Was the assassination of the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, a false flag attack? The Ambassador was assassinated by a man on Monday, December 19th, who shouted “Allahu akbar. Do not forget Aleppo! Do not forget Syria! Do not forget Aleppo! Do not forget Syria!”
RT reports some words spoken by President Vladimir Putin, and also Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
“This murder is clearly a provocation aimed at undermining the improvement and normalization of Russian-Turkish relations, as well as undermining the peace process in Syria promoted by Russia, Turkey, Iran and other countries interested in settling the conflict in Syria,” Putin said in a statement released on Monday.
The “only response” to the attack that Moscow “should offer” is “stepping up the fight against terrorism,” the president added. “The killers will feel it,” Putin said.
Saying that ambassador Andrey Karlov “was a brilliant diplomat, widely respected in the country where he was posted,” the president added that Karlov “was in good standing with both the government of Turkey and other political groups in that country.”
“We have to know who organized this killing and gave orders to the assassin,” the Russian leader said.
“He was killed while performing his duties,” Putin said.
Meanwhile, Erdogan also branded the shooting of Russia’s ambassador in Ankara an incitement aimed at destroying bilateral ties. The Turkish leader “strongly” and “vehemently” condemned Karlov’s assassination.
“I believe this is an attack on Turkey, the Turkish state and the Turkish people, and also a clear provocation [in terms of] Turkish-Russian relations. I am sure our Russian friends also see this fact,” Erdogan said. ”Both Turkey and Russia have the will not to be deceived by this false flag attack.” Head to RT.com for the entire article.
A “False Flag Attack”
I wonder how aware leaders of foreign nations are, about how often that particular phrase is thrown around over here in the United States? You can’t listen to anything that goes on in this country without at least considering whether or not something was a false flag.
I’m not suggesting that anyone outside the US should care about the false flags that go on within our borders, but if they wanted to grab our attention, verbiage is one way to perk our interest. That’s why I find it interesting that Erdogan would say that. It certainly got my attention, and got me to thinking…
Is this a Coincidence?
This is a report from December 16th from USA Today…
WASHINGTON — President Obama promised to retaliate against Russia for its attempts to undermine the U.S. elections process, saying that the United States would take action “at a time and place of our own choosing.”
That threat came in an interview with National Public Radio to be broadcast Friday morning. And he said the response may not be obvious. “Some of it may be explicit and publicized; some of it may not be,” he said.
The remarks were the strongest language yet from Obama since the intelligence community concluded in October that the hacking of email accounts belonging to the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign officials was authorized by “Russia’s senior-most officials.”
Now, this report was broken by the MSM all over the place Friday the 16th, and was a major story throughout the weekend. Then comes the following Monday.
What else happened Monday the 19th? Oh yeah, the electoral college made the Trump Presidency official. The fruit of the same election that the Obama Administration is accusing Russia of interfering with. Could it be that the United States played a hand at sabotaging relations between Turkey and Russia, as a retaliatory act against Russia’s supposed sabotaging the United States Presidential election?
Could Erdogan have been trying to get the attention of the American people when he used the specific term “False Flag Attack?” Who knows?
Could the United States be either directly or indirectly responsible for this assassination? It is possible. We’re all over the map when it comes to where our allegiances lie in the Middle East, much less Syria. Plus, look at how we’ve treated a majority of our “Allies” of late.
Though our relationship with Turkey is shaky, they are still our ally through NATO. But is it beneath the current administration to attempt to pull off an assassination as an act of revenge on the soils of one of our allies?
It is probable that we’ve got absolutely nothing to do with it. But the fact that we can’t dismiss the idea as garbage, should be telling.
A New Cold War Taking Shape
So here we are, December 22nd of 2016. And this video is released, Courtesy of Dailystar.com
Just a couple of days after the assassination of the Russian Ambassador, here’s a Russian Military Chief with a mouthful to say about the Russian – NATO relationship. This makes, what…. Coincidence number 4?
“The dialog between the Russian Federation and NATO has been frozen, the military contacts have been shut down.”
In comes a new cold war taking shape before our very eyes. The toys this time are more dangerous, the technology more advanced, and the world itself has become much smaller since the late 80’s. It’s difficult to understand how a second cold war wouldn’t transform into a third world war.
If Erdogan was correct that the assassination of Andrey Karlov, was indeed a false flag attack, what would make it false is the appearance of it being a Muslim Terrorist attack. All of the trademarks are there, and even live footage of the shooting. Complete with “Allahu akbar” as a nice touch to make sure we all know who to blame.
At the same time, it is completely probable that this was an ISIS attack against Russia. But that whole false flag concept introduced to us by the Turkish President, gives us an idea that they’re thinking something different, as opposed to what the footage of the event makes completely obvious.
So answer me this…
Who do you think may be behind the scenes, responsible for the assassination of Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov? Is there someone in the shadows that gave the go-ahead?
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