by Scott Creighton
So an “off duty” Special Forces cop in Turkey was working security for an event featuring Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov and standing directly behind him when he took out his service pistol and executed the Russian diplomat on the eve of a very important meeting between Russia, Turkey and Iran on the subject of what to do next in Syria.
For all intents and purposes, the occupation of east Aleppo by our proxy regime change terrorists ended this weekend as the UNSC member states agreed to a cease-fire and evacuation plan which would see all of President Obama’s “moderate” terrorists bused out of Aleppo.
(You can see all my latest updates on the situation here)
Apparently the shooter, identified as 22-year-old Mevlut Mert Altintas, said things like “We will not forget Aleppo, we will not forget Syria,” and “No one can be safe as long as our brothers there are not. Get out of my way.” in Turkish before screaming in Arabic “Allahü Akbar!” (God is great!), and quoted a follower of the Prophet Mohamad, ‘We are the ones who pledged Bai’a (fealty) to Mohammed on the terms of jihad as long as we live.”
Altintas graduated from the Special Forces academy back in 2014.
Why would he be talking about Russia killing “us” in Aleppo? Is the Turkish police department in the habit of hiring merc Takfari terrorists in their Special Forces division? Or does that have something to do with those 14 US coalition forces members being caught with the terrorists over there just recently?
Remember back in late Sept. of this year when John Kerry was upset because it looked like the Russians were going to wipe out all of the CIA’s “moderate” terrorists in Aleppo? State Department Spokesman John Kirby got downright rude when he said Russia was going to be sending people home in “body bags” if they didn’t cooperate with Uncle Sam on Syria and stop killing John Brennan’s contractors.
“Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft,” John Kirby
So let me get this straight… a Special Forces cop is assigned to protect the Russian ambassador, he kills the Russian ambassador, says it’s because Russia stopped the CIA-backed regime change operation in Syria… and John Kirby predicted Russians would “go home in body bags” if Russia didn’t stop messing up their regime change operation in Aleppo.
Did I hear that right?
Oh yeah, the officer is reportedly one of those fired after the CIA’s failed coup earlier this year.
That’s almost too neatly bundled, now isn’t it? All they need for that one is a nifty little bow for Christmas.
Here’s an interesting side note:
Why do you think it is that so many of America’s oligarchs and their puppet politicians want to regime change Syria so badly? Gee, I don’t know… that blue line doesn’t go STRAIGHT THROUGH ALEPPO does it? Oh yeah, it does…
by Scott Creighton
President Obama’s 6-year regime change operation in Syria is grinding to a halt as Aleppo is finally almost completely free of his mercenary terrorists from places like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan. They are being allowed to get on buses and head over to Ilib where they can continue to terrorize Syrians in hopes of earning themselves a place of honor in Barack’s new Syria but we all know that’s not going to happen.
Pundits are arguing on Feux News about how Obama failed to “win” this “humanitarian” intervention. Fake Dems say it’s all Putin’s fault while folks like Carl Rove say he waited too long to start bombing the legitimate government of Syria for no apparent reason.
Rove said Barack should have been bombing Assad’s air-force bases back in 2009 so Russia couldn’t have gotten involved. Of course, Mr. Rove seems to have forgotten in his zeal for blood-lust that the so-called “protests” didn’t start until March of 2011, exactly three months after Obama sent a regime change specialist, Robert Ford, to the country to serve as our ambassador. The US had no Ambassador in Syria since 2005. Obama pulled him out after he got the color revolution started. Ford wasn’t even there a full year.
I wonder why Rove had 2009 stuck in his mind as the year he thinks we should have started a full-on war of aggression against Syria. Oh yeah. That was the year Assad said no to the Qatar-Turkey pipeline.
The battle for Aleppo 2016 seems to have run it’s course. Life is returning to normal in the government controlled areas and some folks are looking to get back to their homes in eastern Aleppo that Barack’s terrorists chased they from over the past year. Yes there are still regime change propagandists out there still trying desperately to angle for some new pro-war PR scheme, but for the most part everyone has given up on trying to get President Peace Prize to bomb the shit out of whole of Syria for the time being.
That little propaganda campaign known as Project Bana™ has slipped back into Aleppo (as if she and her family were ever even from Aleppo) and staged themselves alongside some refugees so they could do a photo shoot. Notice in the background there are an awful lot of military-aged young terrorist-looking men standing around. I guess they are there to make sure no one figures out who this woman and girl are and what they are doing there seeing as how I bet most real Syrians see them as traitors and terrorist sympathizers.
from 21st Century Wire (H/T Greg Bacon)
According to two reports coming out of Aleppo today, at least 14 US Coalition military officers were captured this morning in an East Aleppo bunker by Syrian Special Forces.
This story was quietly leaked by Voltaire.net, who announced, “The Security Council is sitting in private on Friday, December 16, 2016, at 17:00 GMT, while NATO officers were arrested this morning by the Syrian Special Forces in a bunker in East Aleppo.”
Fares Shehabi MP, a prominent Syrian Parliamentarian and head of Aleppo’s Chamber of Commerce published the names of the Coalition officers on his Facebook page on the 15th December (emphasis added):
Mutaz Kanoğlu – Turkey
David Scott Winer – USA
David Shlomo Aram – Israel
Muhamad Tamimi – Qatar
Muhamad Ahmad Assabian – Saudi
Abd-el-Menham Fahd al Harij – Saudi
Islam Salam Ezzahran Al Hajlan – Saudi
Ahmed Ben Naoufel Al Darij – Saudi
Muhamad Hassan Al Sabihi – Saudi
Hamad Fahad Al Dousri – Saudi
Amjad Qassem Al Tiraoui – Jordan
Qassem Saad Al Shamry – Saudi
Ayman Qassem Al Thahalbi – Saudi
Mohamed Ech-Chafihi El Idrissi – Moroccan
Listen to Fares Shehabi’s interview on the Sunday Wire radio show: ‘Liberation Aleppo‘
In addition to Voltaire.net, the other original report was provided by Damascus-based Syrian journalist Said Hilal Alcharifi. According to Alcharifi, captured “NATO” officers were from a number of member states including the US, France, Germany and Turkey, as well as Israel. Here is his statement (translated from French):
“Thanks to information received, Syrian authorities discovered the headquarters of high ranking western/NATO officers in the basement of an area in East Aleppo and have captured them alive. Some names have already been given to Syrian journalists, myself included. The nationalities are US, French, British, German, Israeli, Turkish, Saudi, Moroccan, Qatari etc. In light of their nationalities and their rank, I assure you that the Syrian government have a very important catch, which should enable them to direct negotiations with the countries that have tried to destroy them.”
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