Friday, October 05, 2012


Turkey not in the best of health.

A mortar shell 'fired from Syria' killed five people in Akçakale, in Turkey.

"It was by no means clear which side was responsible for the shelling, however, and some commentators in Turkey suggested that it could have been deliberately staged with the aim of provoking a Turkish intervention."

Moscow’s Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov has said that the Western-backed 'rebels' might deliberately provoke fighting on the border with the aim of drawing Turkey into the conflict."

Turkey attacks Syria after stray shelling

The anti-Assad forces fired the mortar shells, according to German state TV reports.

The mortar shells (grenades) that hit Turkey are NATO Ammunition

Source: Die Granaten auf die Türkei sind NATO-Munition

Syria: The Grenades on Turkey are NATO Ammunition - SyriaNews

On 3 October 2012, Turkey began attacking targets inside Syria.

Turkey's parliament has now authorized 'military offensives into foreign countries'.

Turkey Strikes Syria, Adds War Powers

Syria's Foreign Ministry, in a letter to the U.N., has blamed Turkey, along with Qatar and Saudi Arabia, for sponsoring the terrorists who are attacking Assad. 

Syria blames Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Erdogan, allegedly an agent of the CIA, for the series of powerful blasts in Aleppo, on 3 October 2012, that killed 34 people.

The U.N. Security Council, with Russia's assent, "condemned in the strongest terms the shelling by the Syrian armed forces" of Akcakale.

If Turkey invades Syria, it might have a problem with Russia and Iran, its top two providers of natural gas.

In Turkey there is a lack of domestic support for an intervention in Syria.

Turkey Strikes Syria, Adds War Powers

Turks opposed to their 'CIA-run' government.

Meanwhile, the CIA's Moslem Brotherhood' is trying to wreck Jordan.

"Jordanian police set up checkpoints on all roads leading to the capital's downtown area, the Ammon news website reports.

"During 'random' searches they found handguns, batons, and sticks in three separate vehicles, Ammon says citing a security source.

Turkey issues new warnings to Syria - live updates

Video clip of the CIA-organised mad-Moslem protest outside Jordan's al-Hussein mosque.

The Mad Moslems call for Jordan to become poor and violent, like the new Egypt.


j said...

1. It is not at all a fact, that those shells (it's not even proven there were any!) were fired by the Syrian Army. Those Nato-rabbles also(!) were in possession of mortars and fitting ammunition conquered from the Syrian forces: .

So we have to dispute that the Syrian defence forces fired shells on Turkish territory!
Instead everything speaks for a "false flag" operation.

The murderous Turkish attack against Syrian territory, however, was clearly a "war of aggression".
a. An emergency situation - such as by a massed Syrian attack on aims on Turkish territory (military places, local defence facilities, industrial plants, etc.) - never existed.
Thus first of all a clarification of the facts had to be made. After all it seems likely that Al Qaeda terrorists were authors of a grenade attack, in order to persuade the Turkish government to attack Syria or deliver to her a pretext for this.
As there has been no investigation at all of the shelling of Turkish territory the murderous Turkish attack on Syrian territory and Syrian defence forces was totally unjustified!

b) Also: The first "act of aggression" (not "was of aggression") was committed by the Turkish government itself(!) when a few months ago two military fighter jets penetrated Syrian airspace!.

2) Even more crucial, however is, that it is exactly Turkey, which for many months now committed an "aggression" from its own territory against Syria by handyman (Al Qaeda and so on) which are armed and supported by the Turkish government.

This is an "aggression" in accordance with the UN resolution 'No. 3314 (XXIX) of 14 1974 December, .
Because reads "Article 3 g" of this resolution:
"The sending by or on behalf of a State of armed HANDS, GROUPS, Irregulars or MERCENARIES, Which carry out acts of armed force against another State of seeking gravity as to amount to the acts listed above, or its substantial involvement therein." (Emphasis added by me)
See Resolution 3314:

This resolution was also adopted by the UN:

Imho the attack of Turkey against Syria is definitely a "war of aggression" and not just an "act of aggression". This because Syrian territory is and was occupied by the "HANDS, GROUPS, Irregulars or MERCENARIES" (to the difference of "war of aggression" and "act of aggression" see Wikipedia).

Russia, has a military alliance with Israel ( Thus it is not surprising that Moscow parties with Turkey - not Syria: Lavrov immediately, blamed the Syrian government for a shelling, that was most probably fired by the rabbles (Al Qaeda) and not by the Syria forces.
Lavrov criticises Syria - but not at all the murderous and totally unjustified attack of the Turkish government: .
The fact that Lavrov also avoids to mention that Turkey - for years now! - bombes the northern Iraq and even invades there with ground troops, tells us a lot about the Russian position.
In a lawsuit Turkey's complains against Syria would be dismissed anyway according to the legal rule of "volenti non fit iniuria" ('you can't complain/sue if others do to you what you do to others')!

Anonymous said...

Syria FSA Terrorists Behind “False Flag” Attack against Turkey

German State television channel ZDF

j said...

@Anonymous 9:02 PM

.. thanks for that very interesting information!

Anonymous said...

Syria: The Grenades on Turkey are NATO Ammunition

Source: Die Granaten auf die Türkei sind NATO-Munition

Anonymous said...

This is utterly shameful.

Turkey Plays Lee Harvey for NATO Plotters

This may have been the cause of Obama's distraction at the debates. He had an "ah ha" moment around the "underwear" bomber very briefly, but it was public. Then he relented. Obama can't afford major chaos and collapse in the ME, which this insanity would bring.

Who is bribing Erdogan?

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All the best, Aang, thanks for your great work

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