As everyone knows by now, Obama and company have been peddling their “Putin hacked the election” fable non stop for a few weeks now. Last week they ratcheted up the rhetoric with Obama threatening that there would be retaliation against Russia for the heinous act of running an un-electable corrupt old seizure granny and causing the Democrats to lose the election. Now we have this. I’m not saying the U.S. had anything to do with it but coming right on the heels of mouthing off about getting back at the Russians, you can see how this could get blown up.
The Russian ambassador to Turkey was tonight shot dead by a Turkish police officer at an art gallery in Ankara.
Ambassador Andrei Karlov, 62, was repeatedly shot in the back at close range by a gunman shouting: ‘Allahu Akbar (God is Great). We die in Aleppo, you die here!’
“We die in Aleppo”? I thought Turkey was a trusted member of NATO fighting the evil forces of ISIS.
Gunman Mevlüt Mert Altintas, 22, an off-duty member of the Ankara special forces police department, fired into the air before taking aim at the ambassador. The killer was shot dead after a 15-minute standoff with police.
One would assume that there are back ground checks for that sort of position. If a guy can be on the Turkish special police force and still be ISIS how the hell is the U.S. government saying that they can vet the refugees?
A video of the horrific attack shows Altintas, dressed in a suit and tie, pacing the gallery while brandishing a gun in one hand.
I’m not going to go there but I saw the video and I can’t lie: it looks fake as hell. However, one has to assume it’s real so we’ll go with that for the purposes of our discussion.
The assassination follows days of protests in Turkey over Russia’s role in Syria.
So Russia is blowing up terrorists in Syria and this causes Turkroaches to protest. Turkey is authoritarian as hell so that raises the question of who orchestrated the protests. Was it another Jew Soros operation or was it set up by the Turks themselves?
Still awaiting word from the Turkish Embassy.
You think these things can’t spiral out of control? Think again.
Russia officially condemned the shooting as a ‘terrorist act’ as a top Putin ally said it was ‘highly likely’ that it had been planned by the ‘secret services of a Nato country’.
On my next show which will be out tomorrow, I mention that one of the possible things at work with the anti-Russia rhetoric was to work toward making things so bad with Russia that Trump would be hobbled in efforts to normalize relations with them. I said that it would be dependent on Putin taking whatever bait they put out there for him in an attempt to get him to take action that would make it impossible for Trump to patch things up. At the time I said we didn’t know what the bait was going to be. I’m not sure if this is it but if it is, it is some very serious bait. It will be very difficult for Russia and Putin not to take some sort of serious action in response to this. From the response above they are already openly saying that “a NATO country” did this. You have to believe that wasn’t thrown out there lightly.
Maria Zakharova said: ‘We characterise what happened as an act of terrorism. We stay in touch with Turkish officials who assured that the most thorough comprehensive investigation. The murderers will be punished.
The fact that they are using the plural sense here tells us they don’t plan to buy the “lone jihadi with mental illness” angle.
The shooting comes just 24 hours before the Turkish foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu is due in Moscow for talks with his Russian and Iranian counterparts.
This fact makes it seem unlikely that the NATO country that Russia was referencing as having done this is Turkey.
Moscow and Ankara are now working closely together to evacuate citizens from Aleppo but the Russian bombing of the city and the civilian casualties have enraged many Turks and also Syrian refugees in the country.
Yet there were no protests when ISIS held Aleppo and was beheading people. Weird, especially when you view it in light of the fact that this mirrors the reaction of the Jew controlled West.
Last weeks protests were held outside the Russian Embassy in Ankara and Russia’s Consulate General in Istanbul over Russian involvement in the crisis.
They were purely spontaneous, I’m sure.
Demonstrators chanted slogans against Russia, Iran and China for deliberately supporting the Assad regime.
They claimed that Russian forces cooperated with Assad to slaughter civilians in war-stricken Aleppo and using chemical weapons.
Wow, so the protesters were protesting the very things that the West has been accusing Russia of. Another pure (((coincidence))) I’m sure.
Allahu akbar Goyim!
Tonight Russian ultranationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky appeared to blame Britain, claiming the assassination was intended to stop an upcoming visit by Turkish president Erdogan to Moscow to seal closer ties with Putin.
This is going downhill fast. The blame game is already escalating and the guy’s corpse isn’t even cold yet.
He said: ‘The West is trying to embroil us. All conflicts were inspired by Britain.
No you stupid Turkroach, all conflicts are inspired by the Jews. Sorry but there are no consolation prizes in the world of Grandpa Lampshade.
Meanwhile Kremlin senator Frantz Klintsevich, deputy chairman of the Russian upper chamber’s defence and security committee, said: ‘It was a planned action.
‘Everyone knew that he was going to attend this photo exhibition. It can be ISIS, or the Kurdish army which tries to hurt Erdogan. But may be – and it is highly likely – that representatives of foreign NATO secrets services are behind it. What has happened is a true provocation, a challenge. It is a challenge for Russia.’
Don’t go thinking GPL is a conspiracy nut or is engaging in the sky is falling histrionics here. Do you know who archduke Ferdinand was? Even if the official story is true and this winds up being just another incident of Moslem vibrancy being gifted to the Ambassador the suspicion is already there. This is why you don’t go around boasting and threatening to get back at another country if you are the President of the United States: what if something like this happens right afterward? Kind of makes it look like you did it, doesn’t it?