by Scott Creighton
As I have said repeatedly, certain factions in the military are the ones backing the US destabilization teams known as “ISIS” and al Nusra in Syria. What has been blamed on Erdogan has actually been a faction within the military aiding our regime change efforts in Syria. Now what we have is the possibility of Erdogan and Turkey normalizing relationships with Assad and Syria. Holy shit. If that were to happen, Greater Kurdistan would be dead on arrival. That is why this coup took place at this time.
More than five years into Syria’s civil war, Turkey, the country that has most helped the rebellion against the rule of Bashar al-Assad, has hinted it may move to normalise relations with Damascus.
The suggestion made by the Turkish prime minister, Binali Yıldırım, on Wednesday, stunned the Syrian opposition leadership, which Ankara hosts, as well as regional leaders, who had allied with Turkey in their push to oust Assad over a long, unforgiving war.
“I am sure that we will return [our] ties with Syria to normal,” he said, straying far from an official script that has persistently called for immediate regime change. “We need it. We normalised our relations with Israel and Russia. I’m sure we will go back to normal relations with Syria as well.” Guardian July 13, 2016
There are now live feeds from the bridges showing Turkish fascists shooting down civilians protesting their illegal coup attempt.
This is going to get bad folks. Real bad.
The police are siding with the protesters and civilians.