H/t reader squodgy:
“Now it all makes sense.
With the presstitute main stream media in full disinfo mode these past two weeks, the real story was fogged out, but now, as I suspected, it was all another incompetent CIA plot and it seems Vlad DID save Erdogan’s life & will reap a large international political harvest from doing so.
Looks like bit of a game changer in the middle east, and the USA could be frozen out.
If that manifests, it explains the increase in media coverage of the China issue, sadly yet more disinformation, and another attempt at WWlll.”
I’ve seen on many other websites that the CIA was supposedly behind the coup in Turkey, also that Russia has warned Erdogan.
If that was indeed a coup by the CIA, then it’s preparation and execution has been amateurish, so amateurish that I can only conclude that the coup has been planned to fail, so that Erdogan could come up with all those emergency measures.
Also I do believe that Turkey is destined to experience civil war and real war, being sacrificed like a pawn.
And just before all hell will break loose (= WW3) … “Everything calls peace, Schalom!”
– Behind The CIA Desperate Turkey Coup Attempt:
On the evening of July 15, a group of Turkish army officers announced that they had staged a military coup d’etat and had assumed control of the country. They claimed that Erdogan was in a desperate flight for his life and that they were now in the process of restoring order. The only problem for those army officers and their sponsors far away in Langley, Virginia and Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania– where Turkish political operator, Fetullah Gülen, hides in exile under CIA protection–is that they did not succeed. Behind the coup attempt is a far more dramatic story of the huge geopolitical shift that the often unpredictable political survivor, President (still) Recep Erdogan, was in the midst of making when Gülen’s loyalists made their desperate, now apparently failed coup attempt. What follows is a series of Q&A remarks to the background of the dramatic events unfolding in a pivotal part of the geopolitical order.
Q: How would you comment on the events of Friday to Saturday evening, when the army carried out a coup? Are these events were predictable? WE: The coup was a reaction to the recent dramatic geopolitical shift of Erdogan. It was instigated by networks in Turkey loyal to the CIA. It clearly was a desperate move, ill-prepared. Continue reading »
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