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This Christmas, we’re getting stuffed by Turkey!

(Weekend blog) Some readers beat me to today’s story, but I’ll do it anyway. It concerns how this Christmas we are being totally stuffed by Turkey. There are four parts to the story:

1. Turkey’s admission to the EU (partially copied from

Turkey’s minister of European Union affairs Volkan Bozkir revealed on Thursday that Brussels has agreed to open a new chapter in stalled membership talks with his country by mid-December, following pledges made by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and EU ministers in recent weeks.

“The decision to open the Chapter 17 by mid-December has been taken,” Volkan Bozkir said today, adding: “Inshallah (Allah willing), we will open Chapter 17 on December 14 or 15 in Brussels”.
Out of 35 “policy chapters” which all EU candidate countries must successfully negotiate prior to membership only 13 have been opened and only one has been successfully closed so far.

Bozkır added the EU and Turkey would start working together to open five to six more chapters in 2016. Turkey has agreed in principle to an EU refugee action plan, which is expected to be finalised on Sunday.

In return for its help, Turkey has demanded the EU provide three billion euros ($3.3 billion) a year in funding and visa-free travel for Turkish nationals as well as a resumption of negotiations on its long-stalled application to join the bloc.

So, that’s over 70 million more M*sl*ms who will have the right to travel and settle in any EU country of their choosing. Now that Merkel has realised how staggeringly stupid her invitation to Syrians and anyone pretending to be Syrian to come to Europe was, the blundering German witch is trying to bribe Turkey with our money into slowing the migrant flood by allowing Turkey’s tens of millions of Allahu-Akhbar-screaming maniacs to take over Europe.

As for the €3bn a year of our money that Merkel is handing over to Turkey – most of that will be stolen by Turkey’s utterly corrupt ruling elites.

2. Turkey’s double-dealing over ISIL

Being a member of NATO, Turkey has pretended to help in the fight against ISIL. In fact, Turkey has actually been helping ISIL and other *sl*mic fundamentalist groups in its attempts to overthrow the secular Assad and replace him with an *sl*mo-fascist dictatorship of the type Turkey’s slimebag President Erdogan is forcing on once secular (but now increasingly *sl*mo-fascist) Turkey.

Turkey has been buying oil from ISIL. Probably Erdogan’s family (his son) have been earning hundreds of millions from this supposedly ‘illegal’ trade. Turkey has been supplying weapons to the *sl*mic rebels and allowing them free passage over Turkey’s border into Syria. And Turkey has used the excuse of ‘fighting ISIL’ to bomb Kurds – the only group that has effectively taken on ISIL.

We are being totally stuffed by Turkey. Yet our rulers keep lying that Turkey is our ally and that we need to help Turkey against the supposedly nasty Putin. In fact, as I wrote 2 days ago, we need to throw undemocratic, *sl*mo-fascist Turkey out of NATO and start working with the Russians against the *sl*mo-fascists who are taking over Europe

3. Cameron’s WMD lie

With Iraq, Blair conned us into a disastrous, illegal war with his claims that Iraq had WMDs that could be launched in just 45 minutes. Cameron has concocted a similar lie to get Britain bombing ISIL in Syria. This week Cameron claimed in Parliament that our bombing would be effective because there were 70,000 supposedly “moderate” Syrian rebels ready to overthrow Assad. Total rubbish! There aren’t 70,000. There aren’t 7,000. There are probably not even 700. Most of Syria’s men of fighting age seem to be here in Europe causing total havoc and a massive crime wave wherever they go.

But without Cameron’s fictional 70,000 moderate rebels army (an army just as fictional as Blair’s Iraq WMDs) there would be no point bombing ISIL in Syria. So, like Blair, Cameron lies and lies and lies to get his war.

The mainstream media is savaging Corbyn for his reluctance to agree to the bombing. I think Corbyn is a buffoon. But on Syria Corbyn is right. Cameron has lied and has not made the case for British military action.

4. Why it has all gone so wrong?

The reason that our rulers are marching us towards disaster is that they refuse to recognise who our real enemy is. Our enemy is NOT  supposed “sl*mic fundamentalism. Our enemy is *sl*m.

But if our rulers admitted our real enemy is *sl*m, there would be civil war in Europe. So instead, our rulers have invented a false enemy “radical *sl*m” (which, of course, has nothing to do with *sl*m which is a religion of peace). This has led to such stupendously stupid mistakes such as believing Turkey is our friend and Russia our enemy, whereas the opposite is true.

Meanwhile our real enemy – *sl*m – continues its conquest of Europe. A conquest that will accelerate when Turkey’s millions are given free passage to our once democratic, Christian countries.

Truly we are heading to the total destruction of Europe. But Britain could save itself from this catastrophe by getting out of the suicidal EU. In fact, just the entry of Turkey’s 70+  million Allahu-Akhbar-screaming maniacs into the EU should be sufficient reason for us to get out while we can.

30 comments to This Christmas, we’re getting stuffed by Turkey!

  • David Brown

    Most of the people from Turkey and Turkish Cypriots in the UK can vote in the UK . The Muslim vote her will probably be overwhelmingly yes in the UK referendum .
    UK INDEPENDENCE party should stress that both Conservative and Labour support the admission of Turkey into the EU. Turkey which has been giving extensive covert support to ISIS.
    OFF TOPIC in 2013 Cameron using false pretext wanted to use airpower against Assad . Is he now only seeking to bomb ISIS or is it cover to attack Assad . If ISIS manage to hit back say blowing up an Easyjet this will then be used to justify more security really aimed at us.

  • Fred the Shred

    Turkey intends becoming the lead nation in the wreckage of Europistan .

  • Fred the Shred

    Top U.S. Air Defense Commander: Turkey’s Shootdown of Russian Jet “Had to Be PRE-PLANNED”

    Lt. General Tom McInerney is an expert on handling threats from fighter jets.

    McInerney served as:

    Commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) – the military agency responsible for protecting the United States and Canada from foreign jet attacks – for the Alaska region
    Commander of the Alaskan Air Command
    Commander of 11th Air Force in Alaska
    Commander of the 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing, Clark Air Base, Philippines
    Commander of the 313th Air Division, Kadena Air Base, Japan
    Commander of 3rd Air Force, Royal Air Force Station Mildenhall, England
    Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force
    A command pilot with more than 4,100 flying hours, including 407 combat missions
    In his role as Norad commander for Alaska, McInerney dealt with more Russian fighter jet incursions (which he calls “bear penetrations”) than anyone else in the world.

    So McInerney knows how to tell innocent from hostile incursions by foreign fighter jets, standard rules of engagement of foreign fighter jets, how to read radar tracks, and the other things he would need to know to form an informed opinion about the shootdown of a foreign jet.

    Yesterday, McInerney told Fox News – much to the surprise of the reporter interviewing him – that assuming the Turkish version of the flight path of the Russian jet is accurate, Russia wasn’t threatening Turkey, and that Turkey’s shoot down of the Russian jet “had to be pre-planned”, as the jet wasn’t in Turkish air space long enough for anything other than a premeditated attack to have brought it down:

  • Fred the Shred

    US leaked flight path of downed jet to Turkey, says Putin
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the US of “leaking” the flight path of the downed Russian jet Su-24 to Turkish authorities, agencies report.

    Vladimir Putin
    Vladimir Putin
    Putin said, under the cooperation already established with the US-led coalition, Russia’s military had passed on details of the flight plan of the jet that was shot down this week.

    “Why did we pass this information to the Americans? Either they were not controlling what their allies were doing, or they are leaking this information all over the place,” Putin said.

    He said as leaders of the coalition against IS, US had a responsibility to ensure war planes are not targeted by members.

    Independent researcher and writer Timothy Alexander Guzman said he was least surprised by Turkey’s provocation against Russia adding that Washington’s fingerprints were all over Ankara’s recent provocation.

    Syrian government forces backed by Russian air strikes have turned the tide against IS much the chagrin of the US, France, the UK, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar who had been arming, funding, training or provided safe havens for IS at some point in time, Guzman wrote in Silent Crow News.

    According to him, Turks are controlling the situation on the ground under Washington’s direction.

    Citing an unnamed Doha-based source, Guzman said there is a “triangle, with Turkey at the top and Saudi Arabia and Qatar at the bottom.” Turkey is the main coordinator in this clandestine triple alliance.

    Ankara insists that it shot down Russia’s Su-24 bomber because it allegedly violated Turkish airspace.

    Turkey had in place a ‘buffer zone’ created five miles inside Syria since 2012 after a Syrian defense missile shot down a Turkish fighter aircraft that intruded in the Syrian airspace. Turkey redrew its state border and is now claiming that the Su-24 had violated it, Guzman wrote.

    Ankara has not been acting alone. The action was likely planned by Ankara and coordinated with Washington, which wants to disrupt Russia’s success in Syria, the writer said.

    “Turkey has supported IS on behalf of Washington’s strategic goal to oust Assad and has been profiting from Syria’s stolen oil. Turkey follows the dictates of Washington …. It is certain that Turkey got its green light from the Obama administration,” he said.
    Dragging NATO into the conflict

    The logic is simple: downing a Russian bomber would necessarily lead to a retaliation strike from Moscow thus dragging NATO into the Syrian conflict, since Turkey is a member of the alliance.

    The incident “fits perfectly with the way in which the Turkish government has been ratcheting up tensions on the border, using its jihadi allies to seize Syrian territory, and trying to incite a violent reaction that will force greater NATO or US involvement,” he added.

    Whitney doubts Russian President Vladimir Putin will “take the bait and overreact” to what the journalist referred to as Turkey’s “obvious and pathetic provocation.”

    Revenge for ruining shady oil deals with IS

    IS has long financed its activities by smuggling petroleum to black markets in the Middle East, particularly in Turkey.

    “Turkish commodity dealers have funded IS through their purchase of, by one estimate, $50 million a month in black-market oil. Indeed, reports have surfaced alleging that none other than Erdogan’s son Bilal has been a key financial benefactor of this unseemly business,” Carden observed.

    The second phase of Russia’s aerial campaign launched last week has been focused on undermining IS’s economic base, including oil tankers and refineries. The group, according to Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, is now losing some $1.5 million daily as a result of these efforts.

    Against this backdrop, the downing of the Russian bomber could be viewed as an act of retaliation for ruining shady deals or an attempt to keep the illegal business going.

    “Erdogan’s family is directly involved in the incident. … Quite possibly, the Su-24 crash was an act of revenge,” Stanislav Tarasov, an expert on Middle East, said.

  • Mike Roberts

    2 Turkish Parliament Members: Turkey Provided Chemical Weapons for Syrian Terrorist Attack.

    Two members of the Turkish parliament gave a press conference this week saying that they have wiretapped recordings and other evidence showing that Turkey supplied the sarin used in Syria. As reported by Turkey’s largest newspapers, Today’s Zaman:
    As Hersh noted:

    ‘We knew there were some in the Turkish government,’ a former senior US intelligence official, who has access to current intelligence, told me, ‘who believed they could get Assad’s nuts in a vice by dabbling with a sarin attack inside Syria – and forcing Obama to make good on his red line threat.’
    Indeed, it’s long been known that sarin was coming through Turkey.

    And a tape recording of top Turkish officials planning a false flag attack to be blamed on Syria as a causus belli was leaked … and confirmed by Turkey as being authentic.

    Turkey is a member of NATO. There are previous instances where Turkish government officials have admitted to carrying out false flag attacks. For example:

    The Turkish Prime Minister admitted that the Turkish government carried out the 1955 bombing on a Turkish consulate in Greece – also damaging the nearby birthplace of the founder of modern Turkey – and blamed it on Greece, for the purpose of inciting and justifying anti-Greek violence.
    Terror attacks in Turkey (1971)
    Shootings in Istanbul, Turkey (1977)
    Turkey has also been busted massively supporting ISIS. And see this.

    And other NATO members have also admitted to carrying out false flag terror to stir up war.

  • Mike Roberts

    Turkey Arrests Journalists Who Exposed Erdogan’s Weapons Smuggling To Extremist Syrian Rebels.

    One of Turkish president Recep Erdogan’s key contentions in the ongoing diplomatic spat with Russia is that everything that Russia has accused Turkey of doing, from funding the Islamic State’s oil purchases, to providing weapons for Syrian “rebels” intent on eradicating the Assad regime, is unfounded slander without a shred of evidence.

    Here is the problem: evidence does exist, as we showed two days ago, when we presented the role Erdogan’s son Bilal has played in ISIS oil transit, and not only that but also proof that Turkey has been smuggling weapons to Syria as the editor and a reporter from Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper showed some time ago.

    And in order to eradicate the evidence against him, yesterday Erdogan did what every dictator does when feeling threatened: he had the editor and his reported detained, jailed and accused of espionage precisely over the controversial story about an alleged arms shipment from Turkish intelligence to Syrian rebels.

    The two Cumhuriyet journalists were accused of “political or military spying” by reporting “classified information” and “deliberately aiding a terrorist organization.”

    The arrests are part of a renewed crackdown on Turkish media since the political party founded by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regained one-party rule earlier this month. They come on the heels of a warning from the European Union that Turkey’s clampdown on free media is jeopardizing its hopes of joining the organization.

    Freedom of the press has been steadily eroding in Turkey under Mr. Erdogan. Police have closed opposition television stations, prosecutors have accused top journalists of writing tweets or columns insulting the president, and reporters have been beaten by mobs. The government is one of the world’s leading censors of Twitter, which is used widely in Turkey to criticize the government.

    And this is the ideological banana republic ally of Barack Obama.

    In the original Cumhuriyet report from May, the authors wrote a story, with photos and video evidence, suggesting Turkish intelligence was secretly ferrying weapons to extremist Syrian rebels. “The article sparked a major furor in Turkey, which has long been accused by its critics of secretly aiding in the growth of Islamic State militants based in neighboring Syria.”

    Mr. Erdogan personally sued Mr. Dundar, accused Cumhuriyet of spying and releasing false information, warning in a television interview that the journalist who wrote the piece would “pay a heavy price.”

    And that’s why Erdogan can claim there is no “proof” of his cabinet’s illegal dealings with ISIS and extremist jihadists: when proof emerges, anyone who revealed it risks spending the rest of their life (and another 42 year on top) in prison.

  • Mike Roberts

    Of course the Presstitutes of the West will not tell you any of these truths, what do you expect form the BBC. (British Burkha Corporation.)

  • Tony Trent

    NATO-member Turkey defending Islamic State while killing Kurds.

    Since the creation of the Turkish state in 1923, the Kurdish people have suffered egregious human rights abuses from Ankara – from massacres to the denial of their very existence as a race. Today the killing continues under the guise of fighting terrorists in Syria.
    With the battle against Islamic State on the territory of Syria going full throttle, it appears that Turkey is using the opportunity to continue its decimation of the Kurds.

    Since July 24, when Turkey jumped into the Syrian cauldron, the Turkish Air Force has largely ignored Islamic State fighters, saving its smart bombs instead for Kurdish fighters who have been on the front lines battling Islamic State. Ankara has also cracked down on the Kurdish population at home, arresting more than 1,000 Kurds across Turkey.

    Srdja Trifkovic, foreign affairs editor for the magazine Chronicles, said the Turkish Air Force dropped the vast majority of their bombs not on Islamic State positions in Syria, but on those very groups fighting this terrorist scourge, namely the Kurds and the Syrian Army.

    “Over 80 percent of the tonnage of their bombs would drop on the Kurds fighting ISIS in Northern Syria and North Western Iraq,” Trifkovic told RT. “Turkey has been consistent in pursuing its own agenda which is to pretend to be fighting ISIS while settling scores with the two parties that are actually capable of fighting ISIS on the ground.”

    But that is just part of the story. The NATO member is not only opportunistically attacking a political foe instead of a bona fide terrorist threat, but is actually helping to fund them.

    Larry Johnson, retired CIA and State Department officer told RT: “Turkey has been a major instigator, major sponsor of terrorist activity, of the activity of these radical Islamists and for them to pretend otherwise as a joke.”

    Perhaps it was no coincidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin chose the G20 in the Turkish city of Antalya to disclose the shocking information that terrorism is being financed by individual businessmen from 40 countries, including from member states of the G20.

    “I provided examples related to our data on the financing of Islamic State units by natural persons in various countries. The financing comes from 40 countries, as we established, including some G20 members,” Putin told reporters following the summit.

    This earth-shattering news barely registered a blip on the Western mainstream media radar.

    Retired US General Wesley Clark, in a recent interview with CNN, agreed with that assessment: “Someone’s buying that oil that ISIS is selling, it’s going through somewhere, it looks to me like it’s probably going through Turkey.”

  • Tony Trent

    “…Turkey has played a key role in facilitating the life-blood of ISIS’ expansion: black market oil sales. Senior political and intelligence sources in Turkey and Iraq confirm that Turkish authorities have actively facilitated ISIS oil sales through the country. Last summer, Mehmet Ali Ediboglu, an MP from the main opposition, the Republican People’s Party, estimated the quantity of ISIS oil sales in Turkey at about $800 million—that was over a year ago. By now, this implies that Turkey has facilitated over $1 billion worth of black market ISIS oil sales to date…”

    Then, seperately in the article:

    “…Russia cried foul at the perceived ease with which ISIS transported its illegal oil and once it became clear that Moscow was set to hit the group’s oil convoys, the US was left with virtually no choice but to go along for the ride. Washington’s warplanes destroyed another 280 trucks earlier this week. Russia claims to have vaporized more than 1,000 transport vehicles in November…”

    Also some interesting information in the comments section below this article:

    Occident Mortal: “..If you pour through all the RNS’s you will even find the price paid for a smuggled barrel of oil….You will find that crude oil sells domestically inside Kurdistan / Western Iraq / Northern Turkey for around 50-60% discount to Brent…”

    -.- : “…two shipping routes correlate with three 2014 ISIS attacks on oil/gas targets in Syria; the authors mention the statistically strongest example, BDTD 19, but there was another route, BDTD 8, that I noticed also correlated with the specific dates…”

  • Tony Trent

    At the G20, Russian President Vladimir Putin said out loud what has otherwise not been publicly discussed much in public. He announced that he has shared intelligence with the other G20 member states which reveals 40 countries from which ISIS finances the majority of its terrorist activities. The list reportedly included a number of G20 countries.

    Putin’s list of funders has not been made public. The G20, however, include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and the European Union.


    One source of income for ISIS is and has robustly been oil sales. In the early days of the air campaign, American officials made a point to say that the Islamic State’s oil drilling assets were high on the target list. Yet few sites have actually been targeted. A Pentagon spokesperson explained that the coalition has actually been trying to spare some of ISIS’s largest oil producing facilities, “recognizing that they remain the property of the Syrian people,” and to limit collateral damage to civilians nearby.

    The U.S. only this week began a slightly more aggressive approach toward the oil, albeit bombing tanker trucks, not the infrastructure behind them. The trucks were destroyed at the Abu Kamal oil collection point, near the Iraqi border.

    Conservative estimates are that Islamic State takes in one to two million dollars a day from oil sales; some see the number as high as four million a day. As recently as February, however, the Pentagon claimed oil was no longer ISIS’ main way to raise money, having been bypassed by those “donations” from unspecified sources, and smuggling.


    One of the issues with selling oil, by anyone, including ISIS, is bringing the stuff to market. Oil must be taken from the ground using heavy equipment, possibly refined, stored, loaded into trucks or pipelines, moved somewhere and then sold into the worldwide market. Large amounts of money must be exchanged, and one to four million dollars a day is a lot of cash to deal with on a daily basis. It may be that some sort of electronic transactions that have somehow to date eluded the United States are involved.


  • Help

    A bit about DAVID CAMERON’s friends , you know he has the :

    Order of Abdulaziz al Saud.

    The order is awarded to citizens of Saudi Arabia and foreigners for meritorious service to the Kingdom.

    US Ally Saudi Arabia’s New King Likes Beheading People More Than His Predecessor.

    Saudi Arabia is planning to execute dozens of people in a single day, according to Amnesty International who warn that “it is clear that the Saudi Arabian authorities are using the guise of counter-terrorism to settle political scores.” As The BBC reports, 55 people were awaiting execution for “terrorist crimes”, while a now-deleted report by al-Riyadh said 52 would die soon; which is on top of the “at least 151 people” who have been put to death since Saudi Arabia’s current King Salman rose to power after the death of King Abdullah in January 2015, dramatically higher than the total of 90 in 2014.

    As Vice News reports Amnesty International criticized the wave of executions, calling it “a grim new milestone in the Saudi Arabian authorities” use of the death penalty.

    “It is clear that the Saudi Arabian authorities are using the guise of counter-terrorism to settle political scores,” said James Lynch, Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa deputy director.

    “Three of those six activists were sentenced for ‘crimes’ committed while they were children and have said that they were tortured to confess.”

  • Help

    A bit about DAVID CAMERON’s friends , you know he has the :

    Order of Abdulaziz al Saud.

    The order is awarded to citizens of Saudi Arabia and foreigners for meritorious service to the Kingdom.

    US Ally Saudi Arabia’s New King Likes Beheading People More Than His Predecessor.

    Saudi Arabia is planning to execute dozens of people in a single day, according to Amnesty International who warn that “it is clear that the Saudi Arabian authorities are using the guise of counter-terrorism to settle political scores.” As The BBC reports, 55 people were awaiting execution for “terrorist crimes”, while a now-deleted report by al-Riyadh said 52 would die soon; which is on top of the “at least 151 people” who have been put to death since Saudi Arabia’s current King Salman rose to power after the death of King Abdullah in January 2015, dramatically higher than the total of 90 in 2014.

    As Vice News reports Amnesty International criticized the wave of executions, calling it “a grim new milestone in the Saudi Arabian authorities” use of the death penalty.

    “It is clear that the Saudi Arabian authorities are using the guise of counter-terrorism to settle political scores,” said James Lynch, Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa deputy director.

    “Three of those six activists were sentenced for ‘crimes’ committed while they were children and have said that they were tortured to confess.”

    Other Notorious recipients of the Order Of Abdulaziz Al Saud.

    Politicians and officials[edit]
    Shinzō Abe – Prime Minister of Japan, Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud (Special Class)[17]
    Silvio Berlusconi – former prime minister of Italy, Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud (First Class; 22 November 2009)[18]
    David Cameron – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom[19]
    Mohammad Al Jasser – Saudi minister, medal of King Abdulaziz (First Class)[20]
    George W. Bush – Former U.S. President, medal of King Abdulaziz (First Class; 2008)[1]
    Barack Obama – U.S. President, Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud (2009)[21][22]
    Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah – Kuwaiti royal and politician, medal of King Abdulaziz (First Class)[23]
    Abdel Fattah el-Sisi – Egyptian President, medal of King Abdulaziz (First Class; August 2014)[24]
    Joko Widodo – Indonesian President, medal of King Abdulaziz (Third Class, September 2015)[25]
    Tariq Majid – Pakistan’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (2009)[26]
    Pervez Musharraf – Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff
    Raheel Sharif – Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff[27]
    Ali Shamkhani – Former Minister of Defence of Iran[28]
    Sir Alan William John West – Chief of British naval staff, (2004) medal of King Abdulaziz (First Class)[29]
    Katsutoshi Kawano – Chief of Staff of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, (February, 2014)
    Stephane Abrial – former SACT
    Denis Mercier – former Chief of Staff of the French Air Force
    Sir Alan Munro – British diplomat[30]

  • David Brown

    2013 Cameron wanted to bomb Assad.

    20015 Turkey claimed it was going to bomb ISIS but instead only bombed the Kurds in Syria.

    Does Cameron now only want to bomb ISIS . Or is this a lie under cover minor bombing raid on ISIS the real target is still Assad

  • Help

    Wolfowitz doctrine means what it says and is in force against Russia.

    Turkey’s unprovoked shoot-down of a Russian military aircraft over Syria raises interesting questions. It seems unlikely that the Turkish government would commit an act of war against a much more powerful neighbor unless Washington had cleared the attack. Turkey’s government is not very competent, but even the incompetent know better than to put themselves into a position of facing Russia alone.
    If the attack was cleared with Washington, was Obama bypassed by the neocons who control his government, or is Obama himself complicit? Clearly the neoconservatives are disturbed by the French president’s call for unity with Russia against ISIL and easily could have used their connections to Turkey to stage an event that Washington can use to prevent cooperation with Russia.
    Washington’s complicity is certainly indicated, but it is not completely out of the question that the well-placed Turks who are purchasing oil from ISIL took revenge against Russia for destroying their oil tanker investments and profitable business. But if the attack has a private or semi-private origin in connections between gangsters and military, would Turkey’s president have defended the shoot-down on such spurious grounds as “national defense”? No one can believe that one Russian jet is a threat to Turkey’s security.
    Don’t expect the presstitutes to look into any such questions. The presstitutes, such as the BBC’s Moscow correspondent Sarah Rainsford, are spinning the story that the loss of the Russian aircraft, and earlier the airliner, proves that Putin’s policy of air strikes against iSIL has backfired as Russians are not safer.

    The responses to the shoot-down are also interesting. From what I heard of Obama’s press conference, Obama’s definition of “moderate Syrian rebels” includes all the extremist jihadish groups, such as al Nursa and ISIL, that are the focus of the Russian attacks. Only Assad is an extremist. Obama, following the neocon line, says that Assad has too much blood on his hands to be allowed to remain president of Syria.
    Obama is not specific about the “blood on Assad’s hands,” but we can be. The blood is the blood of ISIL forces fighting the Syrian army. Obama doesn’t refer to the blood on ISIL’s hands, but even the presstitutes have told us the horror stories associated with the blood on ISIL’s hands, with whom Obama has allied us.
    And what about the blood on Obama’s hands? Here we are talking about a very large quantity of blood: the blood of entire countries—Libya, Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria, and the blood that Obama’s puppet government in Kiev has spilled of the ethnic Russian inhabitants of Ukraine, not to forget the Palestinian blood spilled by Israel using US supplied weapons.
    If the blood on Assad’s hands disqualifies Assad from office, the much greater quantity on Obama’s hands disqualifies Obama. And Cameron. And Hollande. And Merkel. And Netanyahu.
    Throughout the entire Washington orchestrated conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Ukraine, the Russian government has spoken reasonably and responded in a diplomatic manner to the many provocations. The Russian government relied on European governments realizing that Europe does not benefit from conflicts generated by Washington and separating themselves from a policy that is against their interests. But Europe proved to be a collection of American vassals, not independent countries capable of independent foreign policies.
    In its campaign against ISIL in Syria, the Russian government relied on the agreement made with NATO countries to avoid engaging in the air. Now Turkey has violated this agreement.
    I will be surprised if the Russian government any longer places any trust in the words of the West and any hope in diplomacy with the West. By now the Russian government and the Russian people will have learned that the Wolfowitz doctrine means what it says and is in force against Russia.
    From the Ukrainian attack on Crimea’s power supply and the blackout that is affecting Crimea, the Russian government has also learned that Washington’s puppet government in Kiev intends further conflict with Russia.
    Washington has made it clear from the beginning that Washington’s focus is on overthrowing Assad, not ISIL. Despite the alleged attack on France by ISIL, the US State Department press spokesperson, Admiral John Kirby, said that Russia cannot be a member of the coalition against ISIL until Russia stops propping up Assad.
    To the extent that the shoot-down of the Russian military aircraft has a silver lining, the incident has likely saved the Russian government from a coalition in which Russia would have lost control of its war against ISIL and would have had to accept the defeat of Assad’s removal.
    Each step along the way the Russian government has held strong cards that it did not play, trusting instead to diplomacy. Diplomacy has now proven to be a deadend. If Russia does not join the real game and begin to play its strong cards, Russia will be defeated.

    Dr. Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal.

  • Help

    More from Doctor Paul Craig Roberts..

    Putin And The Russians Crushing The U.S. As The West Destroys Itself.

    Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: “It could well be that this is going to work out so much in Russia’s favor that Putin will send a letter of thanks to the Turkish President and say, ‘Thank you very much. You’ve done us a huge favor. (Laughter). We lost a pilot and a naval marine but we sure have gained a lot. That was only two deaths for winning a war.”
    Paul Craig Roberts continues: “So that looks to me like the most likely outcome. The unintended consequence of this are so positive for Russia that it’s got Washington quaking and Europe wondering about the idiocy of being in NATO.”

    Eric King: “What I’m hearing from you Russia is dominating in Syria. The Russians have completely taken over and there’s really nothing Washington can do.”

    Paul Craig Roberts: “No, except make a fool of itself by supporting ISIS. We brought ISIS in there (to Syria) — everybody knows that. Just the other day the former head the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency said on television that ‘Yes, we created ISIS and we used them as henchmen to overthrow governments.’ (Laughter).

    And the polls in Europe show that the people are on Russia’s side regarding the shooting down of their aircraft. They don’t believe (the West’s) story at all. So I think what you are seeing here is the arrogance, hubris, and stupidity of the United States government. They are just handing every possible advantage over to the Russians.

    This American government is the most incompetent government that has ever walked the earth. Those people don’t have any sense at all. Just look at what they’ve done. In 14 years they’ve destroyed 7 countries, killed millions of people, and displaced millions of people. And where are those displaced people? They are overrunning Europe.

    This is all because those Europeans were stupid enough to enable our wars. Now the political parties in Europe are under tremendous pressure from these refugees and the populations who object to them, and from the rising dissident parties who are saying, ‘Look at what these people who you trusted have done. They’ve changed your country. It’s not Germany anymore — it’s Syria.’ (Laughter).

    This is a disaster. Only the stupid Americans could have produced such a disaster. Does Putin need to do anything? We’re doing it all for him. So he doesn’t need to do anything. He’s not going to attack anybody. What does he need to attack anybody for? The idiot Americans are destroying themselves and their allies. This is an amazing fiasco.”

  • Rootin For Putin

    Do we really want to be associated with theses people ,can we get FASTRACKED out of the EU in the same way Turkey is being Fastracked in.

    Violence Erupts In Turkey After Prominent Lawyer Is Assassinated On Live TV.

    A day after Turkey arrested two journalists for their report exposing Erdogan’s weapons deliveries to “extremist groups” in Syria, confirming that no dissent to the president’s foreign policy would be allowed, today a new riot has erupted in Istanbul following the dramatic murder in broad daylight of Tahir Elci, the president of the Turkish bar association in southeastern Diyarbakir province, who was shot dead by unidentified gunmen while giving a public speech.

    A campaigner for Kurdish rights, Elci had been criticized in Turkey for saying the banned Kurdistan
    Workers Party (PKK) was not a terrorist organization, as the government
    describes it. He had, however, denounced PKK violence. He was facing trial over his comments, which had infuriated state prosecutors. A Turkish prosecutor last month demanded up to seven and a half years of prison tme for Elci on the grounds of “making propaganda of a terror organization” after remarks he made supporting the PKK.

    Just before being gunned down, Elci called for peace and the silencing of all guns.

  • Rootin For Putin

    Fury As Developer Moves To Build 1,000 Man Migrant Camp In Peaceful 100-Inhabitant English Village.

    A developer has caused outrage in a small English village with plans to create an eight acre migrant camp for 1,000 newcomers. He claims to have gotten the idea after visiting The Jungle, a notorious makeshift migrant camp on the outskirts of Calais, France.

    Charlie Tull bought the disused business park in 2003, but the site has lain empty as he struggled to find a use for it. Now, having visited The Jungle in Calais, he wants to see the site converted into a “one stop shop” for migrants fleeing the Middle East, the Express has reported.

    If the plans go ahead, the complex would include accommodation, recreational and educational facilities, a medical centre, and an asylum processing unit.

    But the residents of nearby Littleton-upon-Severn in Gloucestershire are furious. They say the site is too isolated and that the migrants will swamp the village, which boasts just 100 residents, two churches and a pub.

  • Tony Potts

    Dust Off Your Nuclear Shelters this time you really might need it.NATO really does think it can win a Nuclear War.

    Here’s what’s obviously going down over there. Turkey is, and always has been, supporting al-Qaida and ISIS. Both of them are covertly supported by the United States which is why a year-plus-change-you-can-believe-in’s worth of airstrikes haven’t even cost ISIS a magazine subscription.

    ISIS and al-Qaida have been using Turkey as a safe haven and that’s the starting point of the ISIS version of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. How come ISIS keeps getting resupply? Because Turkey is where the supply depot is. So, ok, ISIS ends up nuttier than a fruitcake but we still need them to get rid of Assad, so we just kick the can down the road, hoping an international coalition will get rid of ISIS later. But here came the Russians and no one thought that would happen. And it might not have if NATO and the U.S. had minded their own business in Ukraine. So Putin moved up his pieces on the board. But now here was the chance to get the war we wanted to start in Ukraine started in Syria and kill two birds with one stone. So to speak. Hence, Turkey was not challenged and warned off by the U.S. when they said they were going to shoot down Russian planes. In fact, that’s exactly what the Pentagon needed. And now it’s happened.

    See, the Pentagon thinks it can win a war with Russia. Seriously. They do. Because even if it goes nuclear, as long as we wipe them out and we’ve got a handful of bureaucrats and generals alive in their fuehrerbunkers, we won! Hooray! Aren’t you all excited and proud to be an American right now? Gee, it’s swell to know we didn’t scrap all those nuclear weapons after the Cold War. We scrapped the air raid sirens so, hey, if you’re in the shower you might not even know the world is going to end before you’re done washing your hair. Don’t worry about drying it, the heat flash will do that for you.

    Don’t you just love it? I can’t see any other conclusion that can be arrived at except that we’re about to risk a war with Russia over al-Qaida. Makes you wonder if al-Qaida ever was formally off the CIA payroll.

  • Tony Potts

    Link for above comment : SAVING The Petrodollar more important than avoiding Nuclear War.Oh The American Empire , worst one yet.

  • Tony Potts

    Isis: David Cameron plans to go to war, but has not produced realistic plans for defeating the group.

    Whats he going to do send the RAF all 3 of them , what orders?
    the same ones he issued in the Baltics against Russian aircraft earlier this year, against the Russian aircraft again’Shoot To Kill’ so desperate to start a war the West and support Turkey, to deflect attention from the coming Financial and Economic melt down, must find a scapegoat.

  • Mike Rogers

    Hey Kaffirs ye you and me read this!! See what happened to Turkeys 30% Christian population of 100 years ago to todays 1%. The future of Burkha Britain dont look too good!!

    5000-year-old Assyrian Culture Facing Devastation.

    “After all, killing the ‘kafirs’ [non-believers of Islam] was a ‘good deed’. They were told ‘their place in heaven was guaranteed.’ Just like ISIS gangs… and that they would also take their relatives in hell to heaven.” — Sabri Atman, Assyrian Genocide and Research Center.

    When ISIS invaded Mosul in August 2014, Christian families were told by ISIS: “We offer [Christians] three choices: Islam; the dhimma contract — involving payment… if they refuse this, they will have nothing but the sword.”

    “There is a great parallel between 1915 and what is going on in the Middle East today. … The most effective way to prevent future slaughter is to condemn past slaughter. Denying such a big crime means its continuation. The wish for genocide still exists in the Middle East.” — Sabri Atman.

    “The Turkish authorities let a few Assyrians stay to show Europe and the world how good-hearted and tolerant Turkey and Islam are. … And they say, ‘Assyrians lead their lives so happily thanks to this great tolerance!'” — Sabri Atman

    The recent invasions and massacres committed by the Islamic State (ISIS) and Al-Qaeda terrorists in Iraq and Syria have brought a persecuted but mostly forgotten people to the attention of the world: the Assyrians.
    The Assyrians, a native people of Mesopotamia, have been exposed to massacres before — throughout history, in fact.
    Due to these campaigns of extermination, the demographic character of the region has been changed greatly.
    Before 1915, the population of the territory that is now Turkey was about 15 million, about 4.5 million of which was Christian (nearly a third). Today, one can hardly even talk of a Christian minority. The approximate population of Turkey is 80 million, but there are only around 120,000 Christians, less than 1% of the population.

  • howard tomes

    Soros the Destroyer of the Civilised World:

    George Soros letter reveals globalist plan to destroy the First World by eliminating national borders with global migrant blitzkreig invasions.

  • howard tomes

    Switzerland Bans Burkas: “Those Who Rebuff Our Values Are Not Welcome.”

    Switzerland has long been known for being neutral as it relates to geo-political affairs, especially across Europe.

    As hundreds of thousands of middle east “migrants” flood the continent, the Swiss have made it clear that anyone who wishes to reside in their country must adhere not just to their laws, but also their cultural heritage.

    While European leaders continue to claim that the majority supports multi-cultural diversity and inclusion, the people of Switzerland have spoken.

    Women in many parts of the Middle East are prohibited from being seen without their all-black burqua outfit on. The reverse is true in at least one canton in Switzerland: Muslim women will no longer be allowed to wear their full-body garments in shops, restaurants, public buildings, and other similar places.

    According to the new law, the 40,000 Muslim women in Switzerland will still be allowed to wear masks, balaclavas, or crash helmets. However, their head-to-foot body cover will strictly be prohibited. Even visiting tourists must strictly comply with the new law.

    Giorgio Ghiringhelli, who drew up the proposal, said the referendum vote is a strong message sent to “Islamist fundamentalists” in the country.

    “Those who want to integrate are welcome irrespective of their religion. But those who rebuff our values and aim to build a parallel society based on religious laws, and want to place it over our society, are not welcome,” he said.
    Swiss citizens are allowed to own firearms, including the dastardly “assault rifle.”

    We suggest they prepare for war with the extremist Islamists who are now peppered throughout Europe.

  • No Hope


  • No Hope

    Jim Rogers,Above clip was in 2013 , crunch time is here..

  • Fred the shred

    Stratfor’s Reva Bhalla explains the far-reaching impacts of the recent terrorist attacks, how they are helping to accelerate the ongoing disintegration of the European Union, and some of the key economic and geopolitical issues being faced in Europe and elsewhere. Reva is a leading expert on foreign affairs and plays an integral role in applying a forward-looking, strategic lens to Stratfor’s coverage of global events.

  • Mish trews

    Voters in Britain’s referendum need to understand that the European Union was about building a federal superstate from day one

    As the debate over the forthcoming EU referendum gears up, it would be wise perhaps to remember how Britain was led into membership in the first place. It seems to me that most people have little idea why one of the victors of the Second World War should have become almost desperate to join this “club”. That’s a shame, because answering that question is key to understanding why the EU has gone so wrong.

    Most students seem to think that Britain was in dire economic straits, and that the European Economic Community – as it was then called – provided an economic engine which could revitalise our economy. Others seem to believe that after the Second World War Britain needed to recast her geopolitical position away from empire, and towards a more realistic one at the heart of Europe. Neither of these arguments, however, makes any sense at all.

  • mick Michaels

    God Help Us ….

    “Both sides agree that the EU-Turkey readmission agreement will become fully applicable from June 2016,” the draft conclusions of the meeting said.


  • Help

    To be sure, groups of oil rags are accumulating in the Western financial basement. They await an incident to light them on fire to produce the grandest bonfire in modern history. Many incidents, events, and decisions created the current broken untenable wrecked set of conditions that together comprise the structural breakdown, upon which systemic failure is witnessed each day. The 1990 decade saw the creation of bank derivatives, which compensated for Western bank system insolvency. It was the dirty secret in backfire from a decade of outsourcing US industry to the Pacific Rim. The refusal by Greenspan to permit a recession early in the 2000 decade interrupted a normal housing correction, and initiated another credit stimulus. The result was the 2007 subprime mortgage crisis which will forever bear the Greenspan signature. The Lehman Brothers killjob was important to force the big Western banks to share the load, to tie (lash) themselves together, and to assure the systemic failure in an inexorable march to ruin. The LIBOR rate scandal confirmed that the London hive did not produce honey, but rather scum and dross. The big banks escaped the liability risk, only because it ran into the $trillions. The London Whale incident demonstrated the system as broken, the derivatives as key, and the loss volumes to be an order of magnitude greater than admitted. The Arab Spring began the planed wreckage of the entire Middle East. The Ukraine War began the planned wreckage of Europe. The sanctions against Russia are as much a sham as they are deeply damaging to Europe in every sense. The Syrian War began the final isolation of the United States, from its exposure to creation, supply, and control of ISIS. It is the international terror machine founded by Langley and the Mossad. Almost all wars are to protect the USDollar from abandonment, while at the same time prevent the Russian and Iranian energy sources from dominating the European supply chain.

    The triggers for profound unspeakable sudden crisis are lead by A) a continued decline in the crude oil price, B) bank failures from expired oil contract hedges, and C) the default of between $6 and $11 trillion in Emerging Market debt. One or more of these events is likely to occur in the next few months, probably all three. All three are extensions of the death of the USDollar, which is manifested in its rise. Like a balloon it will pop. The system will not be able to withstand the shock. Systemic breakdown will give way to failure of the entire monetary system upon which the USDollar rests. The Gold Standard will be urged on, first in trade, then in banking, finally in currency. The USDollar will be swept aside, its rubble put in the dustbin of history, the memories likened to Rome during the Nero period. When the next crisis hits, it will be five times worse than the Lehman event within the United States in 2008. When the next crisis hits, it will be five times worse than the Asian Meltdown internationally in 1998.

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