Since last fall the blatant attempts to use Iran as an excuse to start WWIII have been widely reported by numerous alternative media sources. That didn’t work out so well, so now we have the latest contenders: Syria and Turkey. Is it any surprise what’s going on here? Iran refused to go along, so it’s time to move on to another flunky government to do the dirty work. Will it work? Not any better than the previous attempt, in my opinion, but only time will tell. The time for major wars is over, the “powers that were” just don’t want to admit it yet. –Dennis
At this point even those who have never heard of the Gulf of Tonkin know where this is headed:
- SYRIAN ACT ‘WON’T GO UNPUNISHED,’ TURKEY’S ARINC SAYS
- SYRIAN ACT ‘HOSTILE,’ ‘COLD-BLOODED,’ ARINC SAYS
- SYRIA SHOT DOWN TURKISH JET WITHOUT WARNING, NULAND SAYS
- TURKEY INVOKED ARTICLES 4 & 5 FOR NATO MEETING, ARINC SAYS
- TURKEY TO PROCEED AGAINST SYRIA USING LEGAL RIGHTS, ARINC SAYS
- TURKISH JET SHOT DOWN IN INTERNATIONAL AIRSPACE, ARINC SAYS
- TURKISH JET ‘MISTAKENLY’ ENTERED SYRIAN AIRSPACE, ARINC SAYS
- TURKISH JET WAS IN SYRIAN AIRSPACE ONLY 5 MINUTES, ARINC SAYS
Just the tip, eh?
And finally this, which makes it all too clear what Hillary Clinton’s endgame here is:
- Turkish deputy PM says Syria has also fired on a Turkish search-and-rescue plane -AP
And from Reuters:
Turkey said on Monday that Syrian forces had fired at a second Turkish plane which was searching for an F-4 reconnaissance jet shot down by Syria last week, but the second plane was not brought down.
Deputy prime minister Bulent Arinc told a news conference that Turkey would protect itself, within the framework of international law, against what it called Syria’s “hostile action” of downing its warplane last week.
He said at the end of a seven-hour cabinet meeting on the incident that Syria’s downing of the reconnaissance jet would not go unpunished.
Was that jet over Syrian airspace for “only 5 minutes” too?