by Scott Creighton (H/T Joseph Davis)
It’s good to see someone taking notice of the Erdogan demonization campaign taking place in both the MSM as well as the so-called “alternative independent media”. As I have stated, US and NATO interests control Turkish military. They tried to take him out in a coup a couple times. Now they’ve shot down a Russian plane in order to try to undermine the AKP and Erdogan’s close ties to Putin. Erdogan is aware of the plans for Greater Kurdistan and clearly opposes them and therefore he must be removed from office. So prior to this, in order to avoid a repeat of the propaganda failures regarding both Gaddafi and Assad, the media and even our beloved independent journalists are spending a great deal of energy making ready the notion that he must be removed from power. He’s been accused of everything from Sarin gas attacks (which we know was actually John McCain’s “moderate” terrorists), buying stolen oil (which we know is going to Israel and Europe), jailing journalists (he’s detaining lying propagandists working for Gulenist media outlets) and of course, running ISIS™ (which as we know, is actually run by the CIA, MI6 and Mossad)
You have to remember, Erdogan and the AKP refused to sign a new IMF loan deal when they paid off the loans taken out by all our puppet leaders in the past.
They also greatly reduced the power of the military in Turkey after the Sledgehammer coup plot was exposed. They used the money to improve the education system in Turkey.
The AKP and Erdogan also recently filed an extradition request to have the US send them back the criminal Gulen who is living like a god here since he’s worth a reported 21 billion dollars. Gulen is a neoliberal, has some kind of charter school deal which is one of the largest in America. The CIA and the private central bankers want Erdogan out and Gulen installed in his place.
And that is too say nothing of how much the Likudniks in Israel hate Erdogan.
Of course, how people like Steven Lendman miss all this is beyond me.
Joseph shared a link to James Corbett and Sibel Edmunds talking about this issue and so far, the interview seems pretty good. Thanks Joseph.
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