Sunday, October 11, 2015

Correction: Putin will NOT visit Turkey on 15 Oct: he is ALREADY leader of the "Turkish Intifada"

 Above image - the 95 Luther's Thesis, Eurasianist remix.

Sorry, due to stress and tiredness I did a mistake and quoted the news of 2012 as an event going to happen the next 15th October:

"Turkey and Russia have achieved enormous progress in bilateral relations in the last few years, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is due to arrive in Turkey for a High Level Cooperation Council meeting on Oct. 15, but the fact remains that Russia has yet to recognize the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) as a terrorist organization."
 Despite big strides in relations, Russia yet to recognize PKK as terrorist organization
October 05, 2012, Friday/ 16:45:00/ AYDIN ALBAYRAK

The excerpt was mistakenly quoted in:
  But it does absolutely NOT affect the picture of Turkey today. Stay sure that the opposition to Erdogan has spiritually already appointed Putin as its spiritual and ideological leader. All those trespassing of Russian military jets over the skies of Turkey were a signal launched to the inner anti-Erdogan anti-Sunni, Kurdish, Communist & "Democratic" opposition, bringing a message to them: "You have the full military support of Mother Russia". At the opposite the retirement of the US missiles Patriot is another kind of signal, this time aimed to Erdogan, whose message is: "Also in the White House the Sentence of Destruction for the Sunni Turkey has been co-signed by Barack Obama":

"....Turkey hit by protests over government response to suicide bombings
Demonstrators in Istanbul accuse Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of slow action after Ankara terror attack on peace rally, and of censoring press and social media

Saturday 10 October 2015 17.05 BST

Protests against the Ankara bombing end in clashes in Istanbul and Diyabakir
11/10 02:44 CET
Not long after the attack social media in Turkey was on fire in indignation, and calls for people to take to the streets in protest were answered in both Istanbul and Diyabakir, with civic groups, organisations, unions and concerned citizens joining HDP supporters and officials.

Everyone vented anger at the government, and in both cities the protests ended in clashes with police.

“If the AKP does not establish a border between terrorism, then these attacks will go on. Let’s say that for example they have nothing to do with this attack, at least they should resign because they haven’t been able to prevent it. But here no-one resigns,” fumed Selahttin Demirtas, the HDP’s co-leader.

Istanbul has one of the largest Kurdish populations in the country, and Diyabakir is the largest city in their south-eastern homeland, where tension has been running high since another HDP rally was bombed in June on the eve of elections......."... etc etc etc

Can you finally understand why this curtain of smoke of the "invasion of EU by Islamic masses" (Sunni masses) has been dramatized with a scientific timing just when the events you are witnessing now over Syria & Turkey were already on the launch pad...???



.......It happens what already happened at the end of WWII, Vlasov and his army after having being fooled by Ledochowsky's Hitler and Himmler, were betrayed by the Western allies, (as well they betrayed and murdered general Patton for the sake of Jesuits' agenda, the Satan's order).
Today the Free Syrian  Army will be betrayed at the same guise by European Union & Obama's USA???..."
Find it in...:

Saturday, September 5, 2015
THE BATTLE OF WIEN [1683 - 2015]


[Edited adding some hour later this excerpt from Daily Beast (sorry I am much busy, I have not the time to finish this post in one shot ):]

"......For Ankara, Russia’s intervention in Syria’s four-year-old war has thrown a wrench into several plans for the conflict across its southern border, especially a proposal to create a “safe zone” in northern Syria, one of the regions where Russian aircraft have started operations.
Officially, Ankara says this safe zone would secure the return of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees who have streamed into Turkey and further on to the European Union. But observers say the real aim of the zone would be to thwart efforts by Syria’s Kurds, allies of the PKK Kurdish rebel group inside Turkey, to set up an independent state in Syria.
It is unlikely that Russia, a world power and one of the UN Security Council’s five permanent members, would agree to the Turkish plan. Moscow has said it will not agree to the creation of a no-fly zone over Syria, a vital part of the Turkish plan to organize a safe zone on the ground."
DOGFIGHT10.05.1511:43 AM ET
Thomas Seibert   - Turkey Threatens to Shoot Down Russian Planes that Stray from Syria

    Does Russia want to create a sanctuary in Northern Syria where her GRU controlled terrorist PKK will plan actions across the near border to further destabilize Turkey and make it implode in a bloody civil/religious war?

----------------------------- end of Editing


See also prophetic  Christo Stiliyanov:

 сряда, 21 януари 2015 г.
The society of Jesus and their SISI poking the islamic beast

  Don't worry the Kurds will be the proxy Crusaders of the Catho-Orthodox Holocaust of Sunnis, with spiritual leader the Moscow Patriarch and the Pope of Rome. Military commander: Vladimir Putin, alias "the Impaler of Sunni".

Today, the rebel layers of the Turkish society, all those protesters hit by an opportune massacre, Kurds, Labor Unions, Marxists organizations, "democratic" forums, youth circles, etc., have already appointed Putin as their "savior".  This is the beginning of the "Turkish Intifada", namely the Catho-Orthodox crusade to restore Constantinople and the Patriarchate (Exarchate?), to end the Schism of 1054 and to put back the calendar to year 313 a.C., when the Roman Catholic empire was a single,  integral, in-divided Satanic unity:

Sunday, October 11, 2015
86 VICTIMS, 86 REPUBLICS: the destruction of Turkey is begun.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011
From Dingle Bay to the Straits of Bering: the true cause of the contemporary events shaking the world



    World | Tue Oct 13, 2015 7:47am EDT
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    Turkey warns U.S., Russia against backing Kurdish militia in Syria
    ANKARA | By Orhan Coskun

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    A frame grab taken from footage released by Russia's Defence Ministry October 9, 2015, shows a Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber dropping a bomb in the air over Syria.
    Reuters/Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation/Handout via Reuters

    Turkey has warned the United States and Russia it will not tolerate Kurdish territorial gains by Kurdish militia close to its frontiers in north-western Syria, two senior officials said.

    "This is clear cut for us and there is no joking about it," one official said of the possibility of Syrian Kurdish militia crossing the Euphrates to extend control along Turkish borders from Iraq's Kurdistan region towards the Mediterranean coast.

    Turkey fears advances by Kurdish YPG militia, backed by its PYD political wing, on the Syrian side of its 900 km (560-mile) border will fuel separatist ambitions among Kurds in its own southeastern territories. But Washington has supported YPG fighters as an effective force in combating Islamic State.

    "The PYD has been getting closer with both the United States and Russia of late. We view the PYD as a terrorist group and we want all countries to consider the consequences of their cooperation," one of the Turkish officials said.

    Turkey suspects Russia, which launched air strikes in Syria two weeks ago, has also been lending support to the YPG and PYD.

    "With support from Russia, the PYD is trying to capture land between Jarablus and Azaz, going west of the Euphrates. We will never accept this," the official said.
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    He said Turkey had raised its concerns at high level meetings with the U.S., European Union and Russia.


    The officials did not say what action, if any, Turkey might take if YPG forces crossed the Euphrates. Ankara has carried out air strikes against Turkish Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) rebels based in the mountains of northern Iraq; but attacks on Kurds in Syria would be far riskier, bringing Ankara into possible conflict both with U.S. and Russian air forces.

    The YPG said on Monday it had joined forces with Arab rebels and that their new alliance has been promised fresh weapon supplies by the United States for an assault on Islamic State forces in what is effectively their capital, Raqqa.

    Turkey has accused the Kurdish militia of pursuing "demographic change" in northern Syria by forcibly displacing Turkmen and Arab communities. Ankara fears ultimately the creation of an independent Kurdish state occupying contiguous territories currently belonging to Iraq, Syria and Turkey.
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    Amnesty International on Tuesday accused the YPG, which has seized swathes of northern Syria from Islamic State this year, of committing war crimes by driving out thousands of non-Kurdish civilians and destroying their homes.

    The Kurds, who have emerged as the U.S.-led coalition's most capable partner in Syria against Islamic State on the ground, deny such accusations. They say those who left areas they seized did so to escape fighting and are welcome to return.

    Over 40,000 people have been killed in a Kurdish insurgency in Turkey since 1984. The collapse of a ceasefire in July has brought a sharp increase in conflict between security forces and Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) fighters.

    (Additional reporting by Akin Aytekin in Istanbul; Writing by Nick Tattersall; editing by Ralph Boulton)