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#1 Greg Burnham

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Posted 15 July 2016 - 03:14 PM

Watch closely as this story develops. Recall that Turkey's president has been slow in providing support to US anti-Isis efforts. The Turkish president would not even allow the US military to utilize one of their airfields, one we had built for them, to launch attacks against Isis in Syria.

 

I am not commenting on the morality or even on the advisability of such a coup. Rather, I'm making a political observation.

 

The United States is responsible for training the elite guard for the leaders of many of the countries around the world through various contracts created by the CIA with private security companies. As an example, a private company, the Vinnell Corporation, is responsible for training the elite guard for the Saudi Royal Family. Vinnell is owned by BDM, and was in "partnership" with CIA when they first acquired that contract back in the mid-1970's.

 

So who trains the elite guard for the Turkish president? That is an important question. The elite guard can keep him alive and in power--or not. And what would motivate them to fail to do their job? As soon as he becomes too rigid for our liking a "memo" is passed around, gossip is circulated that the "US might be pulling its support...etc." That's all it takes.

 

The following passage is informative:

 

In 1953 the CIA had a problem, only this time it was in the country of Iran and Mossadegh died of lead poisoning; and the Shah, who was escaping to the Riviera, was brought back to resume the long 2500 year line of Cyrus, King Cyrus, and now he leads the country of Iran at the pleasure of the Agency’s number one man in the world today, Richard Helms, who is called Ambassador. And so as long as the guard in Iran can keep the Shah alive, he’ll be our man there. And as long as the Shah is our man, he’ll probably be alive. In Jordan, where King Hussein jets around and lives by grace of his elite guard—that guard has been trained through various corporate devices by the Central Intelligence Agency for at least twenty years—and King Hussein has about the same chances of surviving that Faisal or Hassen or the Shah have; and that is: "If he plays the game his guard will take care of him." -- Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty USAF

 

Indeed.


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#2 Greg Burnham

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Posted 16 July 2016 - 12:32 PM

Perhaps it was a shot across his bow.


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#3 Greg Burnham

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 05:45 PM

US ambassador to Turkey denies US supported failed coup

 

I didn't hear Russia, China or Britain make such a denial. Kinda makes you wonder why such a denial was necessary.


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#4 Phil Dragoo

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Posted 19 July 2016 - 04:18 PM

Onambla embraced Erdogan as he embraced the Ayatollah

 

He has given a green light to the Ayatollah to build the bomb

 

He turned his back on the Iranian people

 

when they were shot down in the street

 

by Revolutionary Guard snipers

 

Erdogan is such a poet:

 

"The mosques are our helmets

 

the minarets, our bayonets

 

the faithful, our soldiers"

 

Onambla pushed the "Arab Spring"

 

the removal of secular leaders

 

[Hillary cackling over the slaughter of Qaddafi--who was no longer a threat]

 

and replacement with islamists

 

Onambla embraces every opportunity to ignore the picachu snackbar

 

in the chattering Sig Sauer, the barking pistol, the Luciferian lorry on a mission from gawdallmighty

 

He waxes rapturous over the sweetest sound on earth

 

persecuted the US serviceman who got between the Afghan officer and his chained boy

 

Erdogan's logo is stitched to the ISIS uniforms

 

while Onambla now recruits young black men

 

"Come here, Boy, gonna make you a star."

 

Efraim Karsh, Islamic Imperialism, indicates a centuries-old imperative

 

There is a scriptural underpinning.

 

As Christianity underwent a transformation

 

we require those Muslims eschewing the war verses

 

stand and deliver

 

In Germany all illusion of a melting pot

 

has been given the ax

 

As long as the little insects fly into the flame to get their wings

 

profiles in hate will predominate


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