Ataturk Airport Bombing ala Gladio 2.0, Steals Headlines from Benghazi/CIA Commission Report

by Scott Creighton

You can always count on “ISIS™” to strike at the most opportune moment for Western interests. This is a pattern that has been well established in recent “ISIS™” history.

When we started loosing control of our puppet regime in war-torn Libya and the people started rising up to kick our corrupt cronies to the curb, “ISIS™” suddenly showed up and thus we had all the justification we needed to start bombing again.

It works something like this:

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When globalist interests wanted Japan to tear-up their peace constitution making way for Obama’s “pivot to Asia”, “ISIS™” decided to make a ridiculous beheading video featuring Hapless Haruna which was so badly Photoshoped, not only did Fox News have to admit it was a fake, but the Japanese people started up a bad Photoshop contest making fun of the “news’ story.

On Dec. 25th, 2014, I entered the contest with this effort. Notice how it pulls “ISIS™” into the all important War on Christmas? Subtle, huh?

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I think I should have won but since I’m not Japanese and since I made it with Autocad and not Photoshop, I was disqualified. Racist bastards.

Truth is, there is a VERY long history of “ISIS™” popping up just where they are needed to justify whatever the CIA or the MIC or NATO or Obama wants at the moment. Unless you are brain-dead or a total shill (or coward), you cannot deny it.

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A Mother’s Story Shows Us “ISIS™” In Syria is Nothing More than a British Regime Change Operation

by Scott Creighton

British citizen Maha Elgizouli and her two “ISIS” sons

A new revelation regarding the “ISIS™” characters in Syria expose the most visible of these guys as being British losers, probably recruited by MI6 to head over to Syria and destabilized the country via terrorism in a regime change operation started by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

In Syria, the “Beatles” gained a reputation as the cruellest of all ISIS guards, using electric shocks, waterboarding, and mock executions – including a staged crucifixion – to terrorise their hostages. They beheaded seven British, American, and Japanese hostages, including the British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning, and 18 members of the Syrian army.” Jane Bradley, Buzz Feed

According to Jane Bradley of Buzz Feed, an accomplice of “Jihadi John”, the British “ISIS™” character who made all those fake beheading videos, has been identified as yet another British citizen. This one is a carney, 27-year-old El Shafee Elsheikh. According to the official story, he went to Syria to join “ISIS™” in 2012… a full two years before “ISIS™” was born.

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Chaos and Depravity: Kerry Demands Syria Surrender to al-Qaeda and the Kurds

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: There is a video from 2013 showing our “moderates” in Syria executing a dozen or so Syrian soldiers in Aleppo who were there protecting a hospital from these monsters. This is a real execution video, not the fake kind they made for ‘ISIS” so it is EXTREMELY graphic. This is what our government supports in Syria.

UPDATE: In an interview, Seymour Hersh (quoted later in this article) says Syria is winning the war against the “moderate” terrorists of the U.S. and there is “no chance” of Assad stepping down. This puts Kerry’s ultimatum into perspective.

UPDATE: Assad explained yesterday how the U.S. has been and is still supporting terrorism in Syria. Iran promised to remain by Syria’s side as they combat our irregular warfare campaign.

“AlNusra Front, or Jabhat alNusra sometimes called al-Qaeda in Syria or al-Qaeda in the Levant, is a Sunni Islamist militia fighting against Syrian Government”

Sec. of State John Kerry recently demanded Basar al-Assad surrender the whole of Syria to the CIA’s “moderate” terrorists by Aug. 1st of this year “or else”. Primary “opposition” in the regime change operation is al-Nusra, an al-Qaeda off-shoot in Syria.

Writing for the AP, Bradley Klapper explained:

Secretary of State John Kerry warned Syria’s government and its backers in Moscow and Tehran on Tuesday that they face an August deadline for starting a political transition to move President Bashar Assad out, or they risk the consequences of a new U.S. approach toward ending the 5-year-old civil war (war of aggression).” Klapper

The Sec. of State made it clear, regime change is the desired outcome of the U.S. and they will settle for nothing less.

“The target date for the transition is 1st of August. So we’re now coming up to May. So either something happens in these next few months, or they are asking for a very different track.”

If Assad does not adhere to this, there will clearly be repercussions. One of them may be the total destruction of the cease-fire and then go back to war. I don’t think Russia wants that. I don’t think Assad is going to benefit from that. There may be even other repercussions being discussed. That is for the future.”

If Assad’s strategy is to somehow think he’s going to just carve out Aleppo and carve out a section of the country, I got news for you and for him: This war doesn’t end,”

As long as Assad is there, the opposition is not going to stop fighting,” John Kerry, Sec. of State for the Obama administration

How can Kerry be so sure the “opposition” wont accept a deal with Assad? How can he be sure al-Qaeda in the Levant wont cut a deal? Well that is quite simple: Kerry commands the opposition. He pays them. He trains them. He practically owns them, or at least, his friends in Saudi Arabia own them.

This new statement by John Kerry didn’t get much press coverage mainly because it proves that our interests in the country have always been about regime change and nothing else. It also infers our connections with al-Nusra or al-Qaeda in Syria.

His threat to expand the war (and with it the civilian casualty body-count) if there is no compliance with his demands, is something straight from the Dick Cheney playbook. Or the Hillary Clinton playbook from Libya.

Kerry then couched his demands by blaming Assad for a series of various terrorist activities, each and every one caused by the “moderate” terrorists he himself sent into Syria.

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#JusticeForKurds – RT Goes All Out as Social Media Propagandists for New “Freedom Fighters” in Turkey, the Kurds

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: The Kurds just admitted they killed Turkish civilians in a destabilization terrorist attack last week, and RT want’s us to investigate Erdogan? Really?

Of course, this has NOTHING to do with the fact that the Turkish government has flat-out refused to allow the US, NATO and Israel to break off a piece of Turkey to give to the Greater Kurdistan project and they, along with the legitimate government of Syria, have refuse to recognize “Syrian Kurdistan”. Yeah, it has NOTHING to do with that, I’m sure.

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I think we have already pretty well established the fact that the new big plan for the empire is the building of a new nation called Greater Kurdistan out of parts of Iraq, Turkey and Syria.

They are holding a “building Greater Kurdistan” conference right now and Syrian Kurds, along with a number of various “moderate” terrorist groups from parts unknown, have decided to announce they are forming Syrian Kurdistan, without anyone’s permission of course, busting themselves off a piece of someone else’s country.

Looks like the Turkey phase of the project is now moving to the front burner complete with all the usual support from the Mockingbird press. This time the manufacturing of consent for the anti-war crowd is coming from RT of all places.

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Syrian Kurds Declare Autonomous Northern Region

(Any more questions?)

from People’s Voice

oh lookie there. could that be Greater Kurdistan taking shape?

Syria’s Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) officials meeting with Arabs and other northern Syria ethnic groups in Rmeilan, in Syria’s northeastern Hasakeh province, agreed on establishing area autonomy, short of declaring independence – acting perhaps with tacit US support.

Turkey remains adamantly opposed, a foreign ministry statement saying acting unilaterally has no validity.

Syrian UN envoy/head of its Geneva III delegation, Bashar al-Jaafari, said his government intends preserving the nation’s sovereign independence and territorial integrity.

“(B)etting on creating any kind of divisions among the Syrians will be a total failure,” he stressed. Separately, he ruled out meeting with chief opposition negotiator Mohammad Alloush – calling him a “terrorist” involved in bombing embassies and killing civilians…

Wednesday’s announcement comes on day three of Geneva III peace talks, Kurds excluded from participating, Lavrov calling them left out a “demonstration of weakness,” an obstacle to conflict resolution

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Cemil Bayık, leader of Ankara car bomb culprit PKK: ‘Our aim is to topple Erdoğan, AK Party gov’t’

from Daily Sabah

Speaking to British daily The Times four days before the deadly car bomb that killed 35 civilians in the Turkish capital Ankara, Cemil Bayık, leader of the attack’s main culprit the PKK, said that now their main aim is to topple President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the Justice and Development (AK) Party government.

Claiming that Turkey would never be a democratic country unless Erdoğan and the AK Party government is toppled, Bayık said that the PKK terror organization is the main obstacle between Erdoğan and his dreams from coming true, despite Turkey’s functioning democratic regime in a region caught up in turmoil and its electoral processes repeatedly have been confirmed free and fair by international monitors.

Bayık described their current activities in Turkey, which have started to show great resemblance to the tactics of extremist groups in Syria and Iraq targeting civilians with suicidal attacks, as a fight of “life and death.”

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(After Russian withdrawal) UN special envoy believes in good outcome of inter-Syrian talks (for regime change opposition)

from Tass News Agency

UN Special Envoy on Syria Staffan de Mistura has said he is optimistic about the outcome of the resumed inter-Syrian talks in Geneva.

The migrant crisis, Russia’s actions and the Islamic State (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) have created an impetus for the talks, de Mistura said after meeting a delegation of the Syrian opposition represented by the Riyadh-formed High Negotiations Committee (HNC)…

He also repeated what he had said earlier on Tuesday regarding President Putin’s decision to withdraw the Russian Aerospace Forces from Syria. The UN special envoy hopes the decision will produce a positive impact on the Geneva talks aimed at reaching a political settlement in Syria and at peaceful political transition in that country.

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