Jim W. Dean – A major realignment is taking place in the Mideast, and no one can really know how it will turn out. What we do know is that the US Coalition proxy-terror war has boomeranged.
The US Senate has deliberately put off the hearing on the appointment of former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman as new Ambassador to Russia, some Russian diplomatic sources told Izvestia.
Jim W. Dean – Turkey, which has been backing terrorist groups in Syria and was the major looter of Syrian wealth during the ISIS upheaval, with partners like the Saudis, US, Qatar, Israel and the UAE, now steps forward as the defender of national sovereignty and international law.
I find it hard to believe that Erdogan’s security is so poorly trained that they would just spontaneously leap into a crowd like that in the middle of the US capital.
While Turkish Bodyguards Brutalized Protesters, This DC Think Tank Connected Erdogan with Foreign Policy Insiders
As it whitewashes Erdogan, a top DC think tank rakes in money from Turkey and other authoritarian states
“Those who are willing to turn to chaos in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya, are bound to loose eventually,” said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a joint statement with Trump yesterday.
The article below is from the UK Guardian. It gets nothing right, they simply don’t pay attention. Erdogan and Trump have long worked together as Erdogan is a silent partner in Bayrock Corporation, the Russian/Turkish owned money laundering organization that is a 50% partner in Trump Soho.
Washington is coming apart, perhaps as it should, but more likely only temporarily. It isn’t that Trump represents the “straw that broke the camel’s back,” but rather that the camel died long ago.
Jim W. Dean – This case could turn out to be the “Gone with the Wind” movie of high-level corruption in that Americans will have a front-row seat to watch how politically rotten and corrupt their government and legal system are.
Deputy Spokesperson of the U.S. Department of State, Mark Toner, during a regular briefing on April 25 said that the U.S. expresses serious concern over Turkey’s aggression in Syria and Iraq.
As results are coming in on the Turkish Referendum that would give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan extended constitutional powers, the major cities in Turkey are reporting a lead in the No vote. ” ‘No’ has the lead in Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, three major cities in Turkey in #TurkeyReferendum. ‘Yes’ is ahead countrywide,” according to TRTWorld.com on […]
Jim W. Dean – Henry Kamens gives us an interesting analysis on the ever-changing Mr. Erdogan, who has a lot of irons in the fire. Iran and Russia are on the spot with their errant tripartite partner.
Jim W. Dean – The cat is out of the bag on this story, the mention of Gulen being a major US Intelligence asset, and that being just a bit of a hurdle for turning him over to Turkey.
President Erdogan is the worst villain on the world stage today, eclipsing even his friend Bibi Netanyahu in the bad-guy stakes. He is largely responsible for the creation of ISIS and has the blood of millions of innocent people on his hands.
Jim W. Dean – Putin and Erdogan do their dirty dance in Moscow, trumpeting their cooperation on Syria, despite Erdogan having already violated the Tripartite’s published pledge to respect Syria’s sovereign integrity.
Gordon Duff – Russia issued a secret ultimatum to Turkey today. It is very possible that President Trump will only learn of this through VT, so we will be as exacting as possible. Our sources are direct and “high” or “highest.”
Erdogan failed to secure his domestic front before getting sucked into the Syrian civil war.
The Russian envoy to Turkey was wounded after a gunman stormed into a building where the official was attending a Russian photo exhibition, the Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed. Within an hour or so, we received confirmation that he had sadly died from his wounds.
An Iranian-made drone was involved in the killing of four Turkish soldiers in an air attack on November 24, not a Syrian warplane, said a senior Turkish official on Wednesday.
Erdogan backtracks on Syria goals after call with Putin (and a bit of pushing from VT), says terrorists are only target
Turkey’s military operation in northern Syria does not target any country or individual, and is aimed only at terrorist groups, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said. He had earlier stated that Turkey was in Syria to “end the rule of the cruel Assad.” “The aim of the Euphrates Shield Operation [in northern Syria] is not any […]
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the Turkish Army entered Syria to end the rule of President Bashar Assad, whom he accused of terrorism and causing the deaths of thousands.
German police have carried out a large-scale operation targeting Islamists across ten German federal states, the country’s Interior Ministry (Bundesministeriums des Innern) reported on Tuesday. The raids took place in 60 cities, including capital Berlin. According to the German media, police have searched offices and mosques believed to have links to the Islamist missionary network ‘The […]
The looming Mosul liberation battle has raised the hopes of most that the evil D’aesh may soon be militarily defeated in Iraq, bringing an end to what can only be considered one of the darkest eras of Iraq’s modern history – the formation of a Wahhabi state within Iraq. Iraqis of course would be considered […]
Jim W. Dean – Get your brained focused, as this is a challenging read, not because of his writing style, but for his taking us down into the belly of the Ottoman souk, where anything and everything is for sale.
By Sajjad Shaukat for Veterans Today Despite some dissimilarities, the Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan share several similarities. Having lack of political wisdom, both the leaders are wavering between fact […]
Jim W. Dean – Can Dündar is lucky that the shooter was a poor shot and “one” person in the crowd restrained him when he missed with the first two shots, the classic mistake of a nervous shooter jerking the trigger hard, which pulls the shots off to the side.
“There is a need to allow for the Palestinian people to establish an independent Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital, based on the two-state solution,” he told the UN General Assembly
On the sidelines of the G20 summit in China, Turkish President Erdogan told the press it “would not be a problem” to join the United States in its campaign to eradicate Islamic State terrorists firmly established in Raqqa.
Which brings us to our business which is essentially War, Drone assassinations, Regime change and Weapon sales as part of an out-of-control Military/Industrial/Congressional complex all operating under the cloak of American exceptionalism.