Monday, July 15, 2013


According to Syria News:

"Everybody spoke of the explosions in the Qassi military base in Latakia countryside the dawn of Friday the 5th of July 2013.

"But these were mostly speculations based on some Israeli and US fantasies, and even media houses supposed to be on the Syrian state side like Iranian PressTV and Russian RT. 

"But what did really happen that day?

"1) SAA munition warehouses near Latakia were destroyed.
"2) Israel loses an F16-I
"3) Israel loses 2 navy boats
"4) Israel loses advanced US missiles in Eilat."

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Anonomous writes: 

"I just got off the phone with a friend in Latakia. He says no attack on any military base or arsenal took place in rural Latakia.

"He also says that Syria does not store its missiles in warehouses just so the Zionists can simply bomb them. Our missiles, Yakhonts, S-300s and Scuds, are hidden underground or in caves along the coast of Syria. The entire story is bound to be exposed soon. Interestingly, the only sources publishing anything about this are the 'usual suspects' or the 'usual gang of idiots': Reuters, AP and the NYT. Needless to say, all sources quoted are 'anonymous'. What a joke."

According to RT: the recent Israeli strike on Syria was carried out from a Turkish base

"News that Turkey assisted Israel in attacking another Muslim state could result in serious turmoil for Ankara, once the information is confirmed." 

Israeli strike on Syria was carried out from Turkish base

"Reports detail around 160,000 Russian troops were called to ‘combat readiness’ following an Israeli strike on Russian-made missiles in Syria."

Istanbul Street Scene
Istanbul by mandalaybus )

In 1948, Turkey was among the first countries to recognise Israel.

(Bad new vibrations)

Under a military co-operation deal in 1996, Israeli pilots have been training in Turkish skies.

In 2007, Turkish-Israeli bilateral trade rose to $2.7 billion. 

Between 2006 and 2007, the number of Israelis visiting Turkey went up from 362,000 to 511,400—more than 7% of Israel’s population. 

Recep Erdogan, prime minister of Turkey

Allegedly, Erdogan and his wife are crypto-Jews.

According to Ergün Poyraz, in his book The Children of Moses:

1. Erdogan has spoken to the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee.

The American Jewish Congress gave Erdogan a 'profiles of courage award'.

2. The Erdogan family has Jewish roots.

Erdogan and friends.

Necmettin Erbakan, a former Prime Minister of Turkey, claims that Erdogan's tough line on Israel is a façade to deceive the Turkish public.

(Erbakan criticizes Israel, accuses Erdoğan of being part of Jewish plot.)

Erbakan says:

"Why on earth did Erdogan's AK Party give a ‘go ahead' to the membership of Israel in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and not block membership?

"Why did the Turkish government consent to multi-billion dollars worth of defense contracts with Israeli firms?

"Erdogan says ‘one-minute' to Peres during Davos but conducts business as usual with the Jewish state. This is hypocrisy."

Turkey's military, whose wiretapping equipment is reportedly used by Israel to spy on Turks. Website for this image

In 1974 there were rumours of Israeli aid to the Turkish military in its invasion of Cyprus.

(The Ostrovsky Files.)

The Turkish military, said to contain crypto-Jews ('Moslems' of jewish origin), has close ties to Israel.

'Israel uses wiretapping equipment it sold to Turkey on Turkish citizens'

According to Turkey's pro-government newspaper Taraf, the Turkish army's deputy chief of staff, Aslan Guner, bought wiretapping equipment in Israel in 2007.

Reportedly, Israel uses this equipment to listen in to the cell phone conversations of Turkish citizens.

Israel supplies the Turkish military with aerial drones and electronics.


Anonymous said...

Cognitive Dissonance in the White House Imperial Palace

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Prince Charles's tax affairs come under scrutiny by MPs

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Nine Eleven IS the LitmusTest

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Arab monarchs, US on mission to avert Egypt democracy: Analyst

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Peter said...

I awoke this morning to find dozens of "hits" on my humble blog. Further investigation led me here to aangirfan blog.
I should give credit where credit is due. i found that ***WW3 brew*** story at Mike Rivero's Whatreallyhappened yesterday.
But I appreciate all this hulaballoo.

Anon said...

Peter is an essential read.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

“Was 9/11 an Inside Job, or a Mossad Job?”

Anonymous said...

The Death Merchants Of Tel Aviv
By Gilad Atzmon


Apparently some 6,684 Israelis are making a living selling death around the world. They are serving an industry that produces more than 150,000 jobs. However, the most crucial question here is how did the Jewish State become a death factory? Early Zionism promised, indeed, to bring to the world a ‘new Jew’ – a productive, proletarian authentic human being driven by ethics and humanism. But, it didn’t take long for the Jewish State to reveal its real supremacist inclinations and plunderous pragmatism.

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Anonymous said...

Pre-Crisis scenario: Europe was expanding in the east, with new memebers, most of them with little or even crippled economies.

Turkey had a fine runnig economy, so the news started: When will Turkey get into EEC? All of a sudden Germany says that there are some negatives about this possibility.

After 5 years I haven't read a single line about this issue (It's the crisis, baby!) so I think that a turkish leader should ask the backing for such EEC membership to the ones who have the grip on Brussels... Actually they could be located in Berlin or Paris, not in Tel Aviv. Really pointless so far... But the military spending that owes an homage to Tel Aviv makes really raise my eyebrows.

Anonymous said...

The only question is - what are China and Russia going to do?

Neither wants a full scale nuclear war. But neither can allow a chip chip chipping away at their national interests.

A line in the sand must be drawn. Presumably Iran is within that line and an attack on it would be taken as an act of war by China and Russia.

Syria? It should be too. Since once Syria has been occupied the project for Greater Israel will be near unstoppable.

Russia and China need to start applying some serious pressure on the US.

Anonymous said...

Aang: Unrelated but important, as I stood up an entire night on this!

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Charity chief in court on Kenya child sex charges

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Nuclear waste discovered under lake in Switzerland

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'Obama hypocrite of century': Full interview with controversial Irish MP Clare Daly

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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Beat and Kidnap Child?

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Oligarch Valley: How Beverly Hills billionaire farmers Lynda and Stewart Resnick profit from the Iran sanctions they lobbied for


The scale of their farm numbs the mind. It’s a small self-sufficient settlement and includes its own small airport—how else do you expect Oligarch Valley farmers to get around? And this piece of farmland is only one small part of a diversified global agribusiness operation that brings in nearly $3 billion in revenue a year.

But here’s the fun part: the continued economic viability of this piece of Oligarch Valley depends on Iran being kept in a state of a permanent economic blockade.

It depends on it so much that the Resnicks have joined forces with raving neocons and hardcore right-wingers, funding thinktanks and lobbyists that hype the Iranian threat and push all out war.

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Anonymous said...

Israel’s Nuke Arsenal Off-Limits

Exclusive: It was a typical day in the life of the mainstream U.S. news media. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu went on American TV and threatened war on Iran for its alleged pursuit of a nuclear weapon, while being spared any inconvenient questions about Israel’s very real – and rogue – nuclear arsenal, notes Robert Parry.


Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 11:23 PM

A line in the sand must be drawn...
Syria appears as a pre-Iran crisis. Zionism faced how Russia considers them today - maybe a situation regarding the oil roads into the big scenario of ukraine down to turkey, passing thru Georgia. just to mention another recent crisis... Let's face it, cold war isn't really ended, as the West is constantly poking at the russian bear. But Zionists in front of an old alliance as the sons of Stalin and Mao should really consider the relative dimensions prior to getting into their usual 'World Peacekeeping' mode.

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