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Was Turkey Just Ordered By NATO To Start World War III?

TMR Editor’s Report:
It now appears that the terrorist attacks during the peace protest in Ankara on October 10 delivered a harsh message to the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and current Administration.

False Flag: Ankara Bomb Blasts Point To A Notorious State Sponsor Of Mideast Terrorism

As always, the question remains: “Cui bono?”  And, especially, why was that terror attack perpetrated at a peace rally?

On 10 October 2015 at 10:04 local time (EEST) in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, two bombs were detonated outside Ankara Central railway station. As of October 16, the death toll stands at 102[1] and more than 400 people were injured.
(Source: 2015 Ankara bombings)

NATO demands strict compliance from all member nations and Turkey is a critical member on the extremely volatile southeastern flank of the military alliance.  Not only will Turkey not be allowed to make common cause with Russia, they are being used to provoke and antagonize President Vladimir Putin.

The bottom line here is that it appears that Turkey has been chosen by the Zio-Anglo-American Axis to start Wold Ware III.

The Millennium Report

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Turkey ‘shoots down Russian warplane on Syria border’

BBC

The Turkish military has reportedly shot down a Russian military aircraft on the border with Syria.

Russia’s defence ministry said an Su-24 had crashed on Syrian territory after being hit by fire from the ground.

But Turkish military officials said Turkish F-16s had shot down the plane after repeatedly warning its two crew they were violating Turkish airspace.

The crew ejected before the jet crashed in Latakia province, but Syrian rebels said at least one was dead.

It is the first time a Russian aircraft has crashed in Syria since Moscow launched air strikes against opponents of President Bashar al-Assad in late September.

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Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the incident as “very serious”, but cautioned that it was too early to draw conclusions.

The Nato military alliance, to which Turkey belongs, said it was following the situation “closely” and was in contact with the Turkish authorities. There will be an “informational meeting” of ambassadors in Brussels at 16:00 GMT.

‘Exclusively above Syria’

The Russian defence ministry confirmed on Tuesday morning that a Russian Su-24 had “crashed on Syrian territory, having been hit from the ground” while it was flying at an altitude of 6,000m (19,685ft).

A Russian warplane crashes in northern Syria, after reportedly being shot down by Turkish jets (24 November 2015)Image copyright Reuters
Image caption Turkey’s military said the Russian warplane was warned that it was violating Turkish airspace 
A still from video footage shown by the HaberTurk TV Channel shows a plane coming down near the Turkish-Syrian border on 24 November 2015Image copyright HABERTURK TV CHANNEL VIA EPA
Image caption But Russia’s defence ministry said it could prove the aircraft never left Syrian airspace 

“Efforts are being made to ascertain what happened to the pilots. According to preliminary reports, the pilots have managed to self-eject,” the ministry was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.

The ministry stressed that “throughout its flight, the aircraft remained exclusively above Syrian territory”, adding: “Objective monitoring data shows it.”


A feared incident – Jonathan Marcus, BBC defence correspondent

This is exactly the kind of incident that many have feared since Russia launched its air operations in Syria. The dangers of operating near to the Turkish border have been all too apparent. Turkish planes have already shot down at least one Syrian air force jet and possibly a helicopter as well.

Russia insists that its warplane did not violate Turkish air space. So, was the Russian pilot’s navigation wrong? Questions will also be asked about the readiness of the Turks to open fire.

It suggests that the much discussed arrangements to avoid incidents between warplanes over Syria are inadequate. The Turkish authorities will no doubt claim that such arrangements do not cover the approaches to their own airspace where tried and tested procedures should apply.

There are conflicting reports as to whether it was ground fire or Turkish jets that brought down the Russian plane. Air operations in the crowded skies over Syria just got a good deal more complicated. The only mitigating factor is that initial reports suggest that two parachutes were seen so the Russian crew at least got out of their stricken aircraft. Expect diplomatic fireworks.


However, the Turkish military said two F-16s on patrol had fired on an unidentified aircraft at 09:24 (07:24 GMT) after warning it 10 times over five minutes about violating Turkish airspace over the town of Yayladagi, in Hatay province.

It noted that the F-16s had intervened “in accordance with the rules of engagement”, which were changed after Syria shot down a Turkish plane in 2012.

Map of Syria showing approximate location of Russian Su-24 crash site

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the jet had crashed in the mountainous Jabal Turkmen area of Latakia, where air strikes and fighting between rebels and Syrian government forces had been reported earlier on Tuesday.

Russian military helicopters searched for the pilot and navigator near the crash site in the predominantly Turkmen Bayir Bucak area, Turkey’s Dogan news agency reported.

A spokesman for a rebel group operating in the area, the 10th Brigade of the Coast, told the Associated Press that the jet’s crew had tried to parachute into government-held territory, but that they came under fire from members of the group.

One of them was dead when he landed on the ground, he added. The fate of the second was not immediately known.

A Sukhoi Su-24 fighter jet taxis on the tarmac at the Humaymim air base near Latakia, Syria (11 November 2015)Image copyright Reuters
Image caption Russian Su-24 aircraft based in Latakia province have flown hundreds of sorties over Syria 

A video was posted online showing gunmen standing around a man in a flight suit who was immobile on the ground, either badly wounded or dead.

Russian aircraft have flown hundreds of sorties over northern Syria since September. Moscow says they have targeted only “terrorists”, but activists say its strikes have mainly hit Western-backed rebel groups.

Turkey, a vehement opponent of Syria’s president, has warned against violations of its airspace by Russian and Syrian aircraft.

Last month, Ankara said Turkish F-16s had intercepted a Russian jet that crossed its border and two Turkish jets had been harassed by an unidentified Mig-29.

Syrian army personnel fire artillery in Latakia province, close to the border with Turkey (10 October 2015)Image copyright AP
Image caption Turkey had warned Russia not to support a Syrian government offensive on Turkmen villages 

The Turkish foreign ministry also summoned the Russian ambassador last week to warn him that there would be “serious consequences” if the Russian air force did not immediately stop bombing “civilian Turkmen villages” in Bayir Bucak.

In a separate development on Tuesday, three Russian journalists were lightly wounded on Monday while driving in a convoy towards the Syrian government army frontline near Dagmashliya, in north-western Syria. Their vehicles came under fire, apparently from TOW anti-tank missiles.

Russian media named them as Tass correspondent Alexander Yelistratov, Russia Today Arabic Service TV correspondent Sargon Khadaya and RT English correspondent Roman Kosarev.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-34907983

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