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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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BREAKING: 14 US-LED COALITION MILITARY ADVISERS
CAPTURED BY SYRIAN SPECIAL FORCES IN ALEPPO


DECEMBER 16, 2016

Although these initial reports describe the individuals in question
as “NATO” officers, it’s unlikely they would have been carrying
NATO colors on a covert operation – and might be more accurately
labeled as US Coalition officers: actual Coalition military personnel
and field commanders
.

READ ON....>

Fares Shehabi MP, a prominent Syrian Parliamentarian and head of
Aleppo’s Chamber of Commerce published the names of the Coalition
officers on his Facebook page on the 15th December:

Mutaz Kanoğlu – Turkey
David Scott Winer – USA
David Shlomo Aram – Israel
Muhamad Tamimi – Qatar
Muhamad Ahmad Assabian – Saudi
Abd-el-Menham Fahd al Harij – Saudi
Islam Salam Ezzahran Al Hajlan – Saudi
Ahmed Ben Naoufel Al Darij – Saudi
Muhamad Hassan Al Sabihi – Saudi
Hamad Fahad Al Dousri – Saudi
Amjad Qassem Al Tiraoui – Jordan
Qassem Saad Al Shamry – Saudi
Ayman Qassem Al Thahalbi – Saudi
Mohamed Ech-Chafihi El Idrissi – Moroccan

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Gunman kills Russian ambassador to Turkey at photo exhibit
Burhan Ozbilici and Suzan Fraser, Associated Press Updated 2:30 pm, Monday, December 19, 2016

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — An Ankara police officer dressed in a suit and tie shouted slogans about Syria's civil war after he killed Russia's ambassador to Turkey in front of stunned onlookers at a photo exhibition in the Turkish capital on Monday, according to officials and an Associated Press photographer who witnessed the shooting. Police later killed the assailant.

Ambassador Andrei Karlov, 62, was several minutes into a speech at the embassy-sponsored exhibition in Ankara when a man identified by Turkey's interior minister as Mevlut Mert Altintas fired at least eight shots, according to the AP photographer in the audience.

"Don't forget Aleppo, don't forget Syria!" the gunman shouted in Turkish, referring to the Syrian city where Russian bombardments have helped drive rebels from areas they had occupied for years during the war.

http://www.ctpost.com/news/crime/article/Russian-ambassador-to-Turkey-attacked-at-photo-10805978.php

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 5:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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RUSSIA, TURKEY AND IRAN CEMENT
TIES AFTER ANKARA SLAYING


Murder of Russian ambassador will backfire


December 19, 2016 VLADIMIR MIKHEEV, SPECIAL TO RBTH

The consequences of the brutal killing of Andrey Karlov, Russian
Ambassador to Ankara, on Dec. 19, are likely to develop along three
tracks and in three dimensions, at least.


The terrorist act reveals the desperation of Islamist’s groupings that are running out of sponsor’s money, ammunition, and even jihadi zeal, and are coming to realize that the tide of developments in the most turbulent region has turned decisively against them.

No damage to Ankara-Moscow hot line

First and foremost, Moscow showed resolution to bring those who masterminded the murder to justice. Later on the sad day, President Putin summoned for consultations not only his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov but also heads of security and intelligence services.

Apart from rallying diplomatic support (Moscow announced it would seek support in the United Nations), there could be a new level of coordination on this case between security agencies of Russia and Turkey, which in itself amounts to a breakthrough.

It has been widely reposted in the media that Fatih Öke, the press attaché of Turkey’s embassy in Washington DC, has placed a comment on Twitter: “The bullet to Ambassador Karlov is not only aims him. It aims also Turkish-Russian relation.”

This is yet another proof that there is profound understanding on various levels of interaction between the two countries that many ‘third parties’ are interests in alienating Ankara and Moscow. Not this time. The incident will not damage bi-lateral relations.


Bullets consolidate Erdogan’s grip on power

Secondly, the terrorist act will have repercussions for domestic policies in Turkey. The assertion by HaberTurk news channel that 22-year old Mevlüt Mert Altintas was allegedly involved in Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) awaits confirmation.

If found true, and the killer is intimately linked to U.S.-based Fetullah Gulen, former ally turned rival and opponent to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, then it will strengthen the ‘witch hunt’ launched after the aborted coup d’état last summer.

Moreover, it would make the allegedly ‘liberal’ preacher Gulen an accomplice of a first grade homicide.
Would then Moscow join Ankara in its consistent demands for the extradition of the former imam from the United States?

And consequently, given the change of guard due on Jan. 20, could White House sacrifice Gulen for the sake of bettering relations with both Turkey and Russia? It is a provocative question, isn’t it?


Triangular diplomacy to be energized

Thirdly, the timing of the plot is crucial to investigation. It does not look like a coincidence. The shots were fired just days before Turkish foreign minister, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, was scheduled to conduct talks in Moscow with his Russian and Iranian counterparts, Sergey Lavrov and Mohammad Javad Zarif.

The agenda of these negotiations was clearly designed to be dominated by the new realities on the ground in the aftermath of the recapture of Aleppo by Bashar al-Assad forces.

Moscow seemed to pin hopes on these deliberations despite a Turkish foreign ministry official downplaying anticipations, saying, “It is not a miracle meeting, but will give all sides a chance to listen to each other.”

On the contrary, Sergei Lavrov sounded more upbeat: “Hope to speak in detail and concrete terms with those who can really bring about an improvement in the situation on the ground, while our Western partners are busier with rhetoric and propaganda and aren’t influencing those who listen to them.”

Moscow’s resolve to bring regional actors to facilitate the settlement of the civil war in Syria and annihilate the threat of ISIS once and forever remains unchanged. The stakes are high enough.

The final outcome of this prolonged human tragedy in Syria, which is the inevitable and disgusting companion of any civil war, has a direct bearing on the credibility of Russia’s standing in regional geopolitics and on the efficiency of its diplomacy.

Bullets cowardly shot in the back that killed Russian top diplomatic envoy will invariably have an impact on the emerging, albeit still feeble, triangular cooperation between Russia, Turkey and Iran.

Contrary to the most likely expectations of those who have contracted the killing, instead of derailing the rapprochement between the three regional powers, the incident will energize it.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 8:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I was wondering when something like this would happen. I'm sure Moscow and Ankara were too.

I'd say that the last time there was such an unexpected and dramatic change of executive power in Washington was when Nixon lost to Kennedy in 1960. That was regarded by the Deep State as a serious setback to - among other things - the Bay of Pigs invasion schedule which was all ready to be activated as soon as the formality of Nixon's inauguration was completed. Kennedy had to be worked on for more than a year before the Strangeloves could pick up from where they'd left off in November, 1960. In the meantime, the backroom spooks continued to work towards creating tensions over Cuba, planting false flags and generally ratcheting up the pressure on JFK.

Fast forward half a century and it looks like the same script with Trump playing Kennedy and Rodham-Clinton standing in for Auld Nick. I'm assuming that the outgoing president intends to spend his last few weeks hiding kippers under the White House carpets in the hope that Bay of Pigs Revisited will be well under way by the time Trump finds out where the smell is coming from.

This desperate and unimaginative ploy may well be the equivalent of a condemned man spitting at the hangman and it will probably prove to be just as futile a gesture.
I doubt if it will fool Putin, Erdogan or Trump.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ManAtTheWindow wrote:
I was wondering when something like this would happen. I'm sure Moscow and Ankara were too.

I'd say that the last time there was such an unexpected and dramatic change of executive power in Washington was when Nixon lost to Kennedy in 1960. That was regarded by the Deep State as a serious setback to - among other things - the Bay of Pigs invasion schedule which was all ready to be activated as soon as the formality of Nixon's inauguration was completed. Kennedy had to be worked on for more than a year before the Strangeloves could pick up from where they'd left off in November, 1960. In the meantime, the backroom spooks continued to work towards creating tensions over Cuba, planting false flags and generally ratcheting up the pressure on JFK.


Amazing, amazing quote MatW. I couldn't agree more with you. the amazing aspect of your analysis of JFK there is: he never, ever caved in and buckled to these democracy-devouring, humanity-hating assholes under such pressure...
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 5:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed agreement has been
reached on a ceasefire in Syria and the start of peace talks.


“This agreement we’ve reached is very fragile, as we all understand.
They require special attention and patience, professional attitude, and
constant contact with our partners,” Putin said at a meeting with
Russian foreign and defense ministers.

https://www.rt.com/news/372141-putin-syria-ceasefire-agreed/
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/12/29/proposed-syria-peace-deal-could-slash-assads-power-report-claims.html





The New World Order has lost militarily in the Ukraine and now Syria.
That defeat follows their political defeat in the U.S. Presidential race.

The diplomatic moves which follow the Syria regional ceasefire have
not excluded the U.S. - they only exclude the key New World Order
political players - Kerry, Clinton and Obama
.

The flurry of action by Washington is not sour grapes - but a rather
predictable, tactical attempt to smokescreen their accountability.

Fighting and terror will continue, but this end to major
combat operations in the Syrian civil war means that:

After 15 years, 3 months and 18 days of
military, political, economic and psychological warfare,
the World War launched by the
NWO-designed 9/11 attacks
- IS OVER.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 8:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Syria ceasefire begins, but is shaky with early clashes

Thu Dec 29, 2016 | 7:49pm EST By John Davison | BEIRUT

A nationwide ceasefire in Syria, brokered by Russia and Turkey which back opposing sides in the conflict, got off to a shaky start after midnight on Friday (2200 GMT on Thursday) in the latest attempt to end nearly six years of bloodshed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, a key ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, announced the ceasefire on Thursday after forging the agreement with Turkey, a longtime backer of the opposition.

Monitors and a rebel official reported clashes between insurgents and government forces along the provincial boundary between Idlib and Hama, and isolated incidents of gunfire further south less than two hours after the truce began. Warring sides appeared to have stopped firing in many other areas, however.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the United States could join the peace process once President-elect Donald Trump takes office on Jan. 20. He also wanted Egypt to join, together with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, Jordan and the United Nations.

A number of rebel groups have signed the agreement, Russia's Defence Ministry said. Several rebel officials acknowledged the deal, and a spokesman for the Free Syrian Army (FSA), a loose alliance of insurgent groups, said it would abide by the truce.

One FSA commander was optimistic about the truce deal, the third serious attempt this year at a nationwide ceasefire.

"This time I have confidence in its seriousness. There is new international input," Colonel Fares al-Bayoush said without elaborating.

Syria's civil war, which began when a peaceful uprising descended into violence in 2011, has resulted in more than 300,000 deaths and displaced over 11 million people, half its pre-war population.

The ceasefire, in the waning days of President Barack Obama's administration, was the first major international diplomatic initiative in the Middle East in decades not to involve the United States.


http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-ceasefire-idUSKBN14I17I


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 29, 2016 9:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wouldn't it be nice if Trump's first official post-inauguration act was to issue a presidential directive ordering Obama to hand over his Nobel Peace Prize to Putin? Smile




(P.S. To Big Boss - thanks for those kind words which, I fear, are nevertheless far too generous. But I'll gladly take whatever I can get! ) Very Happy

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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So far, so very good indeed.

Even unfair and unbalanced FoxNews admits that Syria's
nationwide cease-fire is "holding despite minor violations"


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ManAtTheWindow:
a presidential directive ordering Obama to hand
over his Nobel Peace Prize to Putin? Smile

Lol - yep the most ironic ever Nobel award.

Posterity will piss itself laughing when it looks back. Wink

Finally, here's the best yet on the expulsion of Russian diplomats:



Sorta' confirms what we know about why these goons lost WW3, don' it?

By now, the rot of corrupt incompetence has eaten the whole system.

Intelligence failures downed them - in every sense of that word.

Military intelligence failures in Ukraine and Turkey.
Missile defense, hi-tech design intelligence failures.

And hired goon intelligence failure when the smart-as-a-bricks crew on
Team Podesta fell for a rather poorly designed phishing troll gambit.

And so, the Endgame concludes.

The NWO aren't about to announce that they just lost WW3, are they?
The overt and covert global resistance are too smart to crow about it.
And the indy media are mostly to dumb or too bought to understand it.

So it's great that us war-scarred decoders of bullshit news and stooge
opinions along with the smart guys and gals in the anti-NWO intel agency
community who lurk on BFN - can speak about who just won and why.
Wink

Tonight, I will raise a glass, in tribute.

Here's to you. Smile

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Obama the magnificunt still trying to sabotage the Putin Trump relationship
with the Department of Homeland Security and FBI release of a report they say proves Russian hacking of the elections.

But all this report lists is 885 IP addresses with no proof of Russian hacking.

https://turningpointnews.org/exposing-political-corruption/dhs-fbi-claim-of-russian-hacking-is-fake-news

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 4:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't think the ceasefire will hold.

What happens when the western backed 'rebels' decide to not play ball?. When was the last time terrorists obeyed, and honored a ceasefire?.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2016 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This hacking story is getting beyond a joke, surely a non starter and devised by fake news outlets. As if having malware on your machine means that russian hackers were after you? wtf, my wife did something silly recently and ended up with Russian Malware all over her PC.. I doubt they are interested in her machine.. or were actually trying to gain access to the US power grid FFS!

'Russia hacking code' found on Vermont utility computer
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-38479179

Happy New Year tho to all Wink
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