Le jour de gloire est arrivé!
UK Channel 4’s Alex Thompson related the tale of his near bushwhack in the Syrian city of Homs and nobody paid much attention. He still thinks it was the Free Syrian Army rebels that led him and his crew into a free-fire trap but the Theatre of War has a Parisian director. The usual global suspects are close by but this is a Gallic gambit!
The tragic death of French newsman Gilles Jacquier was more than a blip on the radar in the West but did it actually happen? Could it be mere subterfuge? The Damascus regime needs to be continually blackened in every way for changes in the region to take hold as planned. Dead and injured journalists, whether real or concocted pay immense dividends to the news-makers. The ‘late’ journo Marie Colvin’s ‘death’ was used to smear Assad and boost sales of countless copies of fiction-filled newsprint.
You’re supposed to be confused, we’ve always been at war in the Near East and it’s going to stay that way. The small print in Sykes-Picot hands over control of Damascus to France no matter who sits in the Syrian driver’s seat and everything else is up for grabs by the Great Powers. If Assad is to remain in charge, he must dance to Paris’s tune until groundwork is set to hack off an adjacent piece of former Ottoman territory as a UN protectorate on it’s way to new world statehood under a globalist flag.
Right next door to Syria, southeast Turkey mysteriously flooded with Federal Reserve notes, the preferred weapon over bullets, for now. Given to Kurdish separatists in the employ of Paris and London by proxy while seconded to CIA’s Al Qaeda rebel bands, they’re making the Turks rightly nervous. A portion of Turkey for native Kurds is what that’s all about but again, Paris intends to rule over them from behind the Veil of Isis.
“CNN 2012-06-19: June 19, 2012 — Updated 1732 GMT (0132 HKT) - Fighting between Kurdish rebels and government troops in southeastern Turkey left more than two dozen dead Tuesday, according to reports from officials and a news agency. Eight soldiers and 10 fighters from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, were killed when the rebels attacked...>>“
The carrion birds of Western diplomacy have yet to finish pecking at the corpse of the Sick Man of Europe and nearly one hundred years on, the Turkish Republic that arose from that fragmentation is in more trouble than anyone realises. Dead empires can always get deader. What seemed like a good piece of Turk PR in that other disputed ex-Ottoman territory with Erdogan’s Gaza Flotilla also served to reveal the Turkish intrigue in the region in support of actors staging filmed Palestinian struggle hijinks.
While the world pondered Israeli doctored images of their commandos boarding flotilla vessels, an archive of strife was being compiled scene by scene on the Arab Street.
Turkish resurgence on the world stage and their assertion as a regional power will certainly backfire in a major way since they themselves provided an excuse for the Paris Club to take them down whenever they please. Natural gas reserves below the Mediterranean waters are estimated in the gazillions of metric tonnes and somebody’s afraid the Turks mean to tap loads and thereby bring the price down. Bad, bad move!
In Palestinian areas, Turkish ownership of the waves wasn’t going to be tolerated by the Israelis, that’s all that need be said about Mavi Marmara. Added to their financial support for filmmakers of contrived images with France 2’s collusion to broadcast the same, it sheds new light on the tactics at play. As far back as 2006, the true nature of many shocking events in Palestinian zones were known but the extent of the fictional stagecraft boggles the mind. Anyone with a gram of sympathy is revulsed by this wild shadow play, Mossad couldn’t damage Palestinian image more, often as they’ve tried.
Case in Point
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