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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NEWS BLACKOUT:
STORY BELOW SUPPRESSED
IN WESTERN MEDIA


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US & Saudi Arabia 'Involved in Turkey's
Downing of Russian Su-24' in Syria


Sputnik/ Ramil Sitdikov 18:28 29.07.2016(updated 08:15 30.07.2016)

NATO was involved in last year's downing of Russia's Su-24 bomber in
Syrian airspace, Willy Wimmer, former Vice-President of the Organization
for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), told Sputnik Deutschland
on Friday.


On November 24 2015 Turkish jets downed a Russian Su-24 bomber
carrying out anti-terror operations in Syria. The plane's two co-pilots
parachuted from the plane but one of them, Lieutenant Colonel Oleg
Peshkov, was shot and killed by suspected Turkmen militants operating
in Syria.

The downing had been interpreted as a unilateral decision by Turkey, but
Willy Wimmer contends that in fact, NATO and Saudi forces were involved
in the incident.

"According to my information, Airborne Early Warning and Control System
(AWACS) aircraft from the US and Saudi Arabia were involved," Wimmer
said.

"Aircraft like that Russian Su-24 bomber are not that easy to just shoot out
of the sky. You need to take aim, and you can only do that with AWACS aircraft."


The two AWACS planes involved in the incident took off from a NATO base
on Cyprus, and an airbase in Saudi Arabia respectively, Wimmer said.
...

"What happened there does not comply with international regulations in
any way. They brought the Russian plane down because they wanted to,"
Wimmer said.

Wimmer believes that the motivation for enabling the otherwise
inexplicable attack, was a desire on the part of Turkey's allies to
spoil diplomatic relations between Turkey and Russia.....


And here's some operational details on the coup,
which we haven't yet reported on BFNews:

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On July 25, Yeni Safak claimed that retired US Army General John F. Campbell, the former commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan, was behind the foiled coup attempt. Campbell reportedly sent more than $ 2 billion in transactions to Turkey via Nigeria in order to distribute it among the pro-coup military. He has also been accused of managing the soldiers involved in the rebellion, the daily said, citing sources close to the investigation.

Washington later dismissed the allegations against the general, with White House press secretary Josh Earnest calling them unsubstantiated.


https://www.rt.com/news/353963-cia-fbi-turkey-coup/


Turkish fury after top US general voices
concerns over post-coup relations


Turkish president says US Centcom chief is 'taking side of coup plotters'
after raising concerns about future of US-Turkey military cooperation.

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@fintandunne
7,000 ARMED POLICE SURROUND U.S. NUKE BASE IN TURKEY
http://bit.ly/2a8kg08
#Incirlik


I PUT THIS STORY OUT LAST NIGHT - THERE IS
A WESTERN MEDIA BLACKOUT ON THIS ALSO


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I wonder how US Army Chief, Dunford's
visit to Incirlik Air Base will go......
Laughing

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Incirlik Air Base first destination on
US military chief's Turkey visit


Editor / Internet 14:43 Temmuz 31, 2016 Yeni Şafak

U.S. Army Chief Joseph Dunford is visiting Turkey today, making him the first top U.S. official to visit Turkey after the failed coup attempt on July 15, under the disrupted relations between NATO's two largest military
powers.



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 6:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like it's gonna be worthwhile
BFN broadcasting on YouTube.

Our second video - Hillary's Coup Fail in Turkey
- is now picking up substantial views
due to coming up in
YouTube's Suggested Videos - 'cos folks are clicking "Like" Cool

Well over 4,000 views in the two weeks since it was released.
Views are rising, with most views coming in the last week.
Give it a 'Like' if you didn't already, thanks


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