Thursday, November 26, 2015

Why Did Turkey Shoot the Russian Warplane Down? Follow the Money!

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Why Did Turkey Shoot the Russian Warplane Down? Follow the
ISIL oil trucks burning on their way to Turkey after an attack by Russian air force
As we all
know, on the 24th November, Turkey – an EU aspirant NATO member – shot down a
Russian warplane on legitimate Syrian duties. As a result, one pilot is dead,
the other rescued by Russian Special Forces, and Russia ended up losing a rescue
helicopter in the process.
Russia and Turkey
were not declared enemies. Turkey knows Russian planes are legitimately in the
region. So the Turks were not acting against any threat.

If we
follow the money, huge quantities of stolen oil are being transported illicitly
by ISIS to Turkey in exchange for large quantities of money. Russia has been
disrupting this supply by bombing the tankers and the production mechanism. That
means someone in Turkey is losing a lot of money due to the effectiveness of
Russia’s air campaign.
Some sources claim that someone is Bilal Erdoğan, son of
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
down a Russian warplane is guaranteed to cause Turkey serious friction with
Russia. The likely 
loss of tourism and
probable sanctions from Russia might well seriously strain the Turkish economy.
This means some people in Turkey are making so much money on a personal level,
that they thought an act of war against Russia, and damaging the Turkish tourism
industry was a reasonable risk to take to stuff their pockets with
political analyst Andrew Wilson 
This was, for
sure, a premeditated attack, it was not a response to an incursion, and it was
a demonstration of intent - an act of war upon Russia. There simply was not
time, or space, for it to have been otherwise.
One wonders if
the plane that shot the missile was one of the new ones delivered by the US to
Turkey a few days ago and whether the pilot was one of the American pilots
delivered a few days ago. Basically, a US plane wearing a Turkish
I am wondering
how long it will not be before NATO and the US come clean and simply state the
obvious, that NATO and the US are in alliance with ISIS and have no intention
of doing as they have told us in respect of this
The attack was
pre-meditated to the extent that even TV crews and others with cameras were
standing by waiting to film the events. We must assume they were tipped off in
The West needs to
take off its rose-coloured glasses in respect of Turkey. Turkey has spent years
allowing terrorism to flourish in the region. Far from trying to usher Turkey
gleefully into the EU, as Brussels is trying to do, Turkey has proved itself to
be dishonest, disingenuous and should be kept at arms

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