by Scott Creighton
The push to create Greater Kurdistan is ramping up and as everyone knows, the next block of property they need to acquire to that end has to come from eastern Syria. Turkey will be next so the demonizing of Erdogan and the requisite color revolution in are well underway.
Perhaps the government has long been pondering seizing the assets of Koza İpek Holding, but the raid on their corporate offices, as well as 23 different companies owned by the group, appears to have been prompted by the fact that the group’s flagship daily Bugün published further evidence of the government’s involvement in aiding and abetting ISIL. On the day Bugün published still shots from Customs’ closed circuit security camera at the border gate with Syria, showing that materials for the manufacturing of bombs and arms were freely transported through the gate without any interference from Customs officials, the police raided Koza İpek. It is very clear that the Islamists in the government do not want the clandestine business in which they were intimately involved getting publicized in the media. Today’s Zaman
(Yes, that is right. All the BS you’ve been reading and repeating recently about Erdogan arming “ISIS™” comes from a neoliberal media publication in Turkey whose parent company, Koza İpek Holdings, also holds interests in mining, energy and other media businesses. In short, they simply made it up looking to help Obama push his regime change operation in their country)
In Britain the “refugee crisis” is being used by Finance Minister George Osborne to justify bombing Syria and more specifically, the legitimate government of Syria, back into the stone ages on behalf of the refugees who are fleeing from our drone strikes and destabilization campaign “moderate” terrorists.
Finance minister George Osborne said Britain and Europe had to find a way to tackle the conflict in Syria as well as provide asylum to those genuinely fleeing persecution.
“You’ve got to deal with the problem at source, which is this evil Assad regime and the ISIL (Islamic State) terrorists, and you need a comprehensive plan for a more stable, peaceful Syria,” Osborne told Reuters in an interview. Reuters
Curiously enough, the same ridiculous language was recently used by US State Department spokesman Mark Toner in early August:
“The Assad regime is, quite frankly, the root of all evil here and frankly has been instrumental in creating the kind of lawless area…”
Identical propaganda coming from two separate countries. Does this remind anyone of Bush and Blair during the lead-up to the Iraq war?
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