Gladio 2.0: Ataturk Airport Suspects are Named as “Russian” as Russia and Turkey Repair Relations

by Scott Creighton

Just a quick note:

Yesterday I wrote about the decidedly Gladio 2.0 feel to the recent attack at Turkey’s Ataturk International Airport. The official story is that the three attackers were “related to ISIS” via Raqqa and that the attackers themselves were from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

“Officials believe the men — identified by another Turkish official and state media as being from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan — entered Turkey about a month ago from Raqqa, bringing along with them the suicide vests and bombs used in the attack, the source said.”…

“One of the toughest battalions in ISIS is called the Uzbek battalion,” he said. “These were the guys who were essentially on the front lines guarding Falluja, the city they just lost in Iraq.”…

CNN national security analyst Peter Bergen said the revelation of the Istanbul attackers’ nationalities will serve to “open people’s eyes to the fact that there’s a very substantial Russian, former Soviet Union, presence within ISIS, both in terms of the foot soldiers and the leaders.” CNN

The Gladio connections are impossible to miss if you understand what Gladio actually was.

Operation Gladio first came to light in Italy in 1990, after over 40 years of clandestine operations. Members of the project revealed that similar projects existed in most if not all countries of Western Europe.[1] These stay-behind networks were, in essence, super secret armies in at least 14 European countries, which were kept secret from the official governmental structures of the host countries – being controlled by other forces such as the CIA and MI6. They remained mostly dormant but were also involved in anti-communist activities including anti-democratic agitation and false flag terrorism. ” Wiki

Today there is some new relevant information coming out of Russia which might just explain why the attackers have been named as being of Soviet Old School or Russian origin.

“Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree lifting Russia’s restrictions against Turkey.

Putin also instructed the Russian government to take steps aimed at lifting the ban of charter flights between the two countries. He canceled restrictions on the sale of tours to Turkey.

The decree comes into effect from the day of the official public notice, the Kremlin said.

The Russian president instructed the goverment to hold talks with Turkish authorities on bilateral economic ties.” Sputnik International

So let me see if I got this straight:

the CIA was concerned about the release of the new Benghazi report that does include some damning new information regarding what that compound was actually being used for, what the CIA’s director’s drone was doing flying overhead an hour before the attack so the director could watch it unfold and Hillary Clinton’s State Department holding up the rescue mission for 3 hours arguing about what clothes the soldiers should wear.

So the Ataturk attack deflected the national media just long enough to bury that report. “ISIS” has to factor in because the President wants an opened ended authorization for the use of military force from congress to go after “ISIS” anywhere and everywhere for the rest of time.

And of course, Brennen himself warned us of attacks from “ISIS” a week before it all happened. Now he says there will an attack just like Ataturk right here in the US. We had better take the director of Gladio CIA at his word, huh?

Toss into that mix a billionaire technocrat shipping and trade mogul who is the new prime minister in Turkey who comes out before any investigation is done saying exactly what NATO, the US, Israel and the CIA want him too say, that it’s “ISIS” that is responsible for the attacks, and what you are left with is a rather suspicious looking Gladio event unfolding as many of them did back in the day.

It was Recep Tayyip Erdogan who started the normalization of relations process with Putin. It would appear it was other actors in Turkish government who did the same with Israel.

Perhaps there is someone who doesn’t wish for relationships between Russia and Turkey to normalize. I mean, after all, the entire point of Gladio was too keep European nations from getting too close to the Soviet Union after WWII.

I have too say, the timing of all of this is remarkably suspect. If I had too guess at who was really behind the attack at Ataturk Airport, I would have too say it was ordered by NATO’s Gladio administration and carried out by YPG Kurds in Syria. “ISIS” Kurds, Kurds “ISIS”? Hard too say which is which anymore. And don’t just take my word for it, over at CNN recently, Syrians were were saying they couldn’t tell the difference and couldn’t decide who was worse if they could.

I think the new “blame Russia” slant on the Ataturk attack is quite telling. And what it tells me is this:

20 Responses

  1. Deja vu. No other way to describe it…

  2. It’s beyond unbelievable how people cannot pick up on the pattern at this point. You need to be in serious ignorance or denial to not see what is going on. Especially for Europeans, considering it was their governments that led the reveal and investigations into Gladio. How do they not see history repeating?! It would be hilarious if it weren’t so awful…

  3. It’s beyond unbelievable how people cannot pick up on the pattern at this point. You need to be in serious ignorance or denial to not see what is going on. Especially for Europeans, considering it was their governments that led the reveal and investigations into Gladio. How do they not see history repeating?! It would be hilarious if it weren’t so awful…

  4. It’s beyond unbelievable how people cannot pick up on the pattern at this point. You need to be in serious ignorance or denial to not see what is going on. Especially for Europeans, considering it was their governments that led the reveal and investigations into Gladio. How do they not see history repeating?! It would be hilarious if it wasn’t so horrifying…

  5. Hey Scott!
    Great post- thanks for the link to….

    Ah yes, Yildrim- the man who blamed ISIS along with John Brennan
    Coincidence? I think not!

    I’m not sure if you are aware? So, on the off chance you are not?
    Did you know that Erdogan as President is merely window dressing?

    The Presidency of Turkey is largely ceremonial- I’ve been beating this fact to death at my place- He has some power- as much as can be expected of a ceremonial Presidency ruled by a constitution written while Turkey was under military rule-

    The fact that Turkey’s constitution was written was the military was in charge should inform of us a great deal.

    Yildrim like Davatoglu look to be the connection to the NATO military complex- spinning the spin as Brennan.
    There are also a group of Ministers that wield plenty of power.

    In this post you will find multiple links to that fact:
    http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2016/06/turkey-israels-illusory-rapprochement.html

    but I’ll bring a couple here:
    http://www.constitutionnet.org/news/turkeys-new-government-prioritize-constitutional-reform-towards-presidential-system-government

    “Davutoglu’s apparently less-than-enthusiastic stance toward an overhaul of the constitution to give the largely ceremonial presidency executive powers.”

    ” Erdoğan wants to change the Turkish constitution to turn the ceremonial role of president into that of a chief executive, a Turkish version of the system in the United States, France or Russia.”

    http://presidential-power.com/?cat=139

    “Constitutionally Turkey is a semi-presidential country with a president whose constitutional powers are more than ceremonial but less than executive”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_Turkey

    “The Presidency is largely a ceremonial office but has some important functions”

    This has been reported in the main stream media also

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-turkey-politics-erdogan-idUSKCN0V613V

    Erdogan, who won Turkey’s first direct presidential election in August 2014, said a head of state elected by the people should have more than a symbolic role

    Yup Erdogan actually won as President, but, has a symbolic, non executive largely ceremonial role as President

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/05/ahmet-davutoglus-future-turkish-prime-minister-balance

    Davutoğlu had been expected to play a backseat role as prime minister as Erdoğan pushed ahead with plans to make the largely ceremonial presidency into an all-powerful executive position

    That’s why it’s easy to blame and frame Erdogan for everything- He’s not the power in Turkey- only our lying media portrays him as such

  6. Hey Scott perhaps my other comment was too long
    Here it is again in two parts
    Part 1

    Hey Scott!
    Great post- thanks for the link to….

    Ah yes, Yildrim- the man who blamed ISIS along with John Brennan
    Coincidence? I think not!

    I’m not sure if you are aware? So, on the off chance you are not?
    Did you know that Erdogan as President is merely window dressing?

    The Presidency of Turkey is largely ceremonial- I’ve been beating this fact to death at my place- He has some power- as much as can be expected of a ceremonial Presidency ruled by a constitution written while Turkey was under military rule-

    The fact that Turkey’s constitution was written was the military was in charge should inform of us a great deal.

    Yildrim like Davatoglu look to be the connection to the NATO military complex- spinning the spin as Brennan.
    There are also a group of Ministers that wield plenty of power.

    In this post you will find multiple links to that fact:
    http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2016/06/turkey-israels-illusory-rapprochement.html

  7. Pt 2

    but I’ll bring a couple here:
    http://www.constitutionnet.org/news/turkeys-new-government-prioritize-constitutional-reform-towards-presidential-system-government

    “Davutoglu’s apparently less-than-enthusiastic stance toward an overhaul of the constitution to give the largely ceremonial presidency executive powers.”

    ” Erdogan wants to change the Turkish constitution to turn the ceremonial role of president into that of a chief executive, a Turkish version of the system in the United States, France or Russia.”

    http://presidential-power.com/?cat=139

    “Constitutionally Turkey is a semi-presidential country with a president whose constitutional powers are more than ceremonial but less than executive”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_Turkey

    “The Presidency is largely a ceremonial office but has some important functions”

    This has been reported in the main stream media also

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-turkey-politics-erdogan-idUSKCN0V613V

    Erdogan, who won Turkey’s first direct presidential election in August 2014, said a head of state elected by the people should have more than a symbolic role

    Yup Erdogan actually won as President, but, has a symbolic, non executive largely ceremonial role as President

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/05/ahmet-davutoglus-future-turkish-prime-minister-balance

    Davutoglu had been expected to play a backseat role as prime minister as Erdogan pushed ahead with plans to make the largely ceremonial presidency into an all-powerful executive position

    That’s why it’s easy to blame and frame Erdogan for everything- He’s not the power in Turkey- only our lying media portrays him as such

    • Yawn. Citing wikipedia, and corporate media fluff on a bunch of stories about internal politics in Turkey is easy. Responding to clear proof time and time again about Erdogan supporting ISIS and doing some of the dirty work for NATO in Syria is something you are simply incapable of doing. Why not just take the day off instead?

      Your lightweight strawman approach to dealing with Erdogans’ support for NATO crimes against Syria is shameful stuff.

      • I hate to get involved in someone else’s argument, but when I read this statement from you mitch, I have too say, I was a little taken aback. Was it not you who wrote this not that long ago?

        “Western corporate media have fully succeeded in getting the mindless right wingers on board with the break up of Syria and are now setting up Erdogan as a new bad guy who will have to go soon.

        Russian state media are demonizing Turkey/Erdogan and turning the Kurds into some kind Russian treasure that needs to be protected and saved from evil Turks………..solution, give the Kurds a nation with bits of Turkey and Syria.” mitch

        wasn’t that you who wrote that on March 25th of this year? I think it was.

        Now don’t get all bent out of shape. I’m just asking what the difference is?

      • Hi Mitch
        My how you love logical fallacies. Your first comment to me was “everyone knows Erdogan supports ISIS”

        That is a logical fallacy- You see everyone DOES NOT KNOW Erdogan supports ISIS- Everyone ASSUMES Erdogan supports ISIS because the msm has repeatedly informed the masses of that meme.
        *”Everyone Knows” is a bandwagon logical fallacy
        *Also known as an Appeal to Popularity
        *Argument by Consensus
        * Argumentum ad Populum

        Simply put because you believe- and the masses believe (perception managemetn) does not make that claim true, factual or correct-
        Since you support this claim it is up to you to provide more then a logical fallacy to make the case- I’ll be waiting for your proof

      • I also notice Mitch moved the posts- from Erdogan supporting ISIS to Erdogan doing the bidding of NATO

        “dealing with Erdogans’ support for NATO crimes”

        That’s two different claims Mitch- If you want to talk strawman’s Mitch?

        Oh and btw Erdogan is still not much more then the holder of a ceremonial position in Turkey- no executive powers.
        That is a clear fact- Facts. I’m waiting for yours

  8. Hi Scott

    My entire first big comment is gone and now my second part is too
    Can you find them and let pt 2 through?
    Must read sort of stuff-
    Thanks

  9. A brilliant observation and excellent investigation, Scott.

  10. What’s with this ‘too’ thing?

    • I’m an architectural draftsman, designer and custom hi-end carpenter. I’m not a writer. to, too, tu, 2.. fuck it… lol… it’s 2 confusing for me tu figure out cus I’m two stupid. OK? is that what you want ptu hear?

      • Some of us think it’s charming. However, Scott, maybe I can help clear this issue up. There was a sign in a restroom behind the toilet that said,
        “We aim to please. You aim too, please.”

        • Thank you man.

          You know… has anyone else in the alternative media figured out why “the shooter” never gave his name as “Omar Mateen”? While everyone if focused repeating the disinfo from “Judge” N., I figured out a potentially damning piece of evidence, real evidence, in the Pulse nightclub shooting, and what do I get in return the same day? I don’t use the word “too” correctly sometimes (it’s like 50/50 I think. maybe worse. tu close 2 tell)

          Really?

          That’s like you’re choking to death in a bar or something and turning blue and falling to the floor and your life is flashing before your eyes and the Grim Reaper is driving his UBER up to the front door waiting for you TU jump in and suddenly some dishwasher from the back of the place rushes up and performs that maneuver on you and you cough up the offending chicken wing and breath the best tasting breath of air you will ever breathe again in life (as Grimmy drives off in his UBER) and what’s the first thing you do… ? …. file a lawsuit against the kid cus he broke one of your ribs.

          You’re welcome jag37777. Seriously. I’m sorry I don’t live up pwtu your high standards. I’m sure you could find a bunch of Fox News “journalists” who know the difference.

          And storyboarder, I appreciate your giving me that example, but honestly, it’s like Greek to me. My reading comprehension is pretty good, when I used to work for various companies as a project manager or lead carpenter or high rigger for TV, film and stage set construction, I could look at complex problems in space and figure out safe solutions to them in minutes.

          Hell, I can tell a Judge where he’s wrong about a legal document released by the FBI… and I’m not bad at video games either…

          But putting “to and too” together? Right over my head. Always has been, always will be. That’s why God created something called an “Editor” and I don’t have one. All your friends at Fox News have one Jag, but I don’t. Just the way it is. I’m flawed. It’s my only flaw.. (OK, maybe not… not even close…)

      • Not really. It detracts from the message.

  11. Scott… This is just happening so I don’t have much detail yet.

    Turkish PM Yildirim says there has been (or it is ongoing) a coup attempt… Putting it on Gulenists.. Istanbul and Ankara in lock down…

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: