Obama’s Russian Sanctions Have Nothing to Do With Hacking: It’s About Syria, Not the FBI’s “Grizzly Lie” Report

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Putin refuses to retaliate against Obama’s bullshit instigation attempt.

Obama’s “Grizzly Lie” report is indeed a grizzly step toward total war across the Middle East and perhaps the entire world.

Since Russia and Syria were finally able to oust Obama’s “moderate” terrorists from Aleppo and liberate the city from it’s 5-year-long regime change siege, the Russian ambassador to Turkey has been murdered in cold blood, a Russian plane on route to Syria has mysteriously crashed into the Black Sea and now… President Peace Prize has evicted 35 Russian diplomats from U.S. soil and imposed some meaningless sanctions on a number of other Russian agencies and individuals. The claims are that we had nothing to do with the first two incidents and Obama’s actions against Russia are as “retaliation” against their supposed efforts at influencing our elections here in the states.

Of course, our intelligence agencies can’t very well take credit for killing ambassadors anymore than they can admit downing planes (Flight MH17 comes to mind). Wars have started for less and CIA Directors have been fired for meddling like this in the past (Bay of Pigs?). Not very often, but it has been done.

By the same token, President Obama can’t be seen as punishing Russia for driving al-Qaeda from eastern Aleppo. There’s that whole “providing aid and comfort” law to think about.

But the truth is there if you read a little between the lines… or if you just bother to actually read the lines instead of just listening to the lying talking heads giving their spin jobs on the MSM.

Mr. Obama said, and added that the United States acted after “repeated private and public warnings that we have issued to the Russian government, and are a necessary and appropriate response to efforts to harm U.S. interests in violation of established international norms of behavior.” New York Times

The expulsion of the 35 RussiansIt was unclear if they were involved in the hacking.”

closing of two waterfront estatesofficials declined to say whether they were specifically used in the election-related hacks.” New York Times

If they say it’s “unclear” if those expelled from the U.S. were involved in the hacking, that’s spinspeak for “they were not involved in the hacking

There have been no warnings coming from the United States to Russia about staying out of our election process. The warnings President Obama is speaking of were regarding staying out of Syria and out of the way of our “national interests” over there.

Like the president, the Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, avoided getting his message muddied up in spinspeak as well. He made it quite clear yesterday that the sanctions and expulsions had nothing to do with hacking and everything to do with Russia interfering with our “national interests” abroad.

Russia does not share America’s interests. In fact, it has consistently sought to undermine them, sowing dangerous instability around the world. While today’s action by the administration is overdue, it is an appropriate way to end eight years of failed policy with Russia” Mediaite

Off the top of my head I imagine Ryan was speaking about Syria, Ukraine and BRICS but there could be other examples.

In Syria, Russia helped stop our regime change operation that intended to bring along with it the Qatar-Turkey pipeline and the creation of the western quarter of Greater Kurdistan.

In Ukraine our regime change operation took place immediately after the Ukrainian people decided they wanted no part of the European Union and the new IMF loans that came along with the deal.

And in regards to the BRICS nations… well, that speaks for itself.

And there are the interests of our neoliberal and Likudnik friends in London and Tel Aviv to think about as well.

These are the “national interests” Paul Ryan and President Obama speak of. They wont specify what they are because Americans are not likely to want to charge into global war over oil and banking hegemony since it’s their loved ones who will be fighting it, not Ryan’s or Obama’s. In fact, Sec. Kerry just lamented recently that it’s a “problem” that Americans are getting tired of sending their kids off to fight and die in these wars. You think I’m kidding?

And a lot of Americans don’t believe we should be fighting and sending young Americans over to die in another country. That’s the problem.” Sec. of State John Kerry

That’s the problem. We’re tired of sending our children to fight and die in other countries for the lies of corrupt people and the profits of our “national interests”. That, according to the Secretary of State in the Obama regime, is “the problem”.

Gee. I guess they need more motivation, huh? Lucky Larry been buying anymore buildings recently?

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Another “ISIS™” Video Targets Enemies of the U.S. Once Again – They Appear to Have Burned Two Turkish Soldiers Alive

by Scott Creighton

Just days after Syria celebrated the liberation of Aleppo from U.S.-backed “moderate” terrorists with the help of Russia, Iran and Turkey, “ISIS™” has released yet another propaganda video.

Unlike the previous “ISIS™” efforts that I have thoroughly reviewed and have shown to be fakes, this one appears to be real. They have taken two men and burned them alive.

I will not be posting the video itself but if you wish too see it, go here.

The two men are supposedly Turkish soldiers though that is not confirmed.

They are taken out of a cage where they stand quite dramatically back to back with their heads down, they are forced to crawl like dogs down a path to a location where they are hooked to chains and are burned alive. Neither of them seems to resist at all, even when the fire is lit and approaches them from behind. They are dripping with some form of accelerent. Only one looks back at the flames as they approach the other.

There is a cut scene to statements made by the men which was clearly recorded some time before the burning scene which leads me to believe the men were probably heavily drugged at the time of their deaths.

It could have still been faked but if it was, the CGI was of much higher quality than their previous efforts. I’m guessing it was not.

The video was supposedly shot in Al-Bab where Turkey recently bombed “ISIS™” targets, killing 63 of them according to Reuters. Hurriyet Daily is reporting today that 16 Turkish soldiers have been killed fighting in Al-Bab. There is nothing on their front page about this video.

Turkey has supposedly throttled social media outlets across the country in the wake of the release of this video.

Daily Sabah is reporting today that the Turks have detained 31 “ISIS™” cell members in Istanbul this week in a series of raids. Is it connected?

Since the liberation of Aleppo we have seen a terrorist car-bombing attack in Turkey, the murder of the Russian ambassador and now this.

So let’s see… Russia was paid back for killing and defeating the CIA’s “moderates” in Aleppo and Turkey has also now been paid back… I guess that just leaves Iran.

UPDATE: You should check out this article. The writer makes the argument that the fall of al-Bab to the Syrian government and the Turks will ultimately hurt the Kurds’ ambitions for creating their own Western Kurdistan in Syria and ultimately help keep them from further destabilizing Turkey itself. KurdISIS?

Daily News’ Kuntzman Praises Murder of Andrey Karlov – Lovingly Compares it to Event That Provided Pretext for Kristallnacht and the Holocaust

by Scott Creighton

Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov’s assassination was barely three days ago and yet the rhetoric surrounding it has already become vile here in the land of the big neoliberal PX.

Over at the NY Daily News, a columnist not only excuses the brutal murder of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, he applauds it and even suggests he would like too see more Russian dignitaries murdered in cold blood across the globe. The obligatory reference to Hitler is made of course.

“As Vladimir Putin’s man in Turkey, Karlov was the public face of that murderous dictator’s war crimes around the globe and of oppression at home. Andrei Karlov is the human embodiment of policies that deployed bunker busters to kill babies, sent fighter planes on scorched earth bombing runs that destroyed a whole city, aided Syrian madman Bashar al-Assad in his campaign that has killed hundreds of thousands, and even ordered attacks on UN aid workers…

After watching the death of Karlov, I could not help but remember the case of Ernst vom Rath, the Nazi ambassador to France, who was gunned down inside his consulate by a Jewish student in 1938…

That era’s politicians fiddled while Hitler burned down Europe, so it took a nobody named Herschel Grynszpan to stand up for freedom and make a powerful statement that evil must be fought whether in a conference room or on a battlefield” Gersh Kuntzman

I would be remiss if I failed to point out that Kuntzman is Jewish and his murderous hero from 1938 is also of that same religious order.

Kurt Nimmo over at Another Day in the Empire does a good job reporting on this overtly fascist sounding diatribe from Mr. Kuntzman and he explains the connection between the ownership of the Daily News and the Clinton/CIA regime quite nicely. Of course Russia is only being charged with what we actually do in the Middle East. Russia is simply there to stop our CIA’s “moderate” terrorists from forcing a regime change in Syria, which apparently really pisses off Gersh “The Mockingbird” Kuntzman.

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Iranian Bodyguard Wont Take Eyes Off Turkish Bodyguard At PM Meeting Today in Russia (photos)

by Scott Creighton

And who can blame him? The Turkish bodyguard is standing right behind the Turkish Foreign Minister who just happens to be seated next to the Minister from Iran. And as we all know, Iran has been helping Syria and Russia defend the Syrian people from Obama’s terrorists in Aleppo. So yeah, the guy is absolutely right to watch the man constantly.

Dude is watching him like a hawk and doesn’t mind him knowing it. What could the Turkish guard say? The Iranian is totally right to do it. It’s his job. Funny.

Killing of Andrey Karlov: Anyone Remember John Kirby Threatening Russia with “More Body Bags” If They Messed Up Our Regime Change Plans?

by Scott Creighton

The gunman (left, in the background) was seen standing behind Andrei Karlov, 62, main, moments before he opened fire

A coward waits to take his shot

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?

Thought so.

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

Breaking News: Russian Ambassador to Turkey has Been Shot and Killed in Ankara… on Live Television… by An “Off Duty” Cop Screaming about Aleppo

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: The Russian/Turkish/Iranian negotiations on Syria will go on as planned. This will not drive a wedge between Syria and Russia.

UPDATE: Ah, he was a cop.(see below)

UPDATE: see updates at end of article

Also, see Penny’s blog for more updates.

This morning I wrote:

“Unfortunately their relative calm may be short lived. The animals who run this country from the smoky boardrooms of the Chamber of Commerce and the Federal Reserve never give up. The way they see it, if these terrorists were unsuccessful, they’ll just get worse ones. And if they can’t force a regime change via a color revolution, then they’ll just start planning another 9/11. One way or the other they intend to see their plans come to fruition.”

Goddamn, I hate being right all the time.

An unnamed gunman gestures after shooting the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, at a photo gallery in Ankara, Turkey

Off duty Turkish capitol police officer (Mevlut Mert Altintas?)

On what appears to be live TV, Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov has been shot and killed by some young, military-aged man who was dressed up in his “businessman” costume and screaming in Turkish “Don’t forget about Aleppo, don’t forget about Syria,”

Of course, he finished with a flurry of “Allahu Akbar”s… and was reportedly shot to death by police sometime later, off camera.

Erdogan and Putin have been getting closer in recent weeks. They’ve been working on an evacuation deal which appears to have been torpedoed by U.S. interests when more terrorists attacked and burned a bunch of the buses being used for the evacuation yesterday. Like when the Pentagon got it’s proxy mercs  in Aleppo to target an aid convoy in order to undermine a cease-fire deal a couple months ago, this attack similarly shelved yet another attempt at deescalation in the area.

Now we have this rather staged looking event (notice the cameraman conveniently zooms out before leaving his camera running so the gunman can do his little scene?)

Who would allow someone to walk around freely behind the ambassador while he was giving a speech? How were armed people allowed anywhere near a Russian ambassador? Is he a member of the Turkish security assigned to protect the ambassador?

A lot of questions.

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