Thursday, November 26, 2015

Erdogan's Son Was Behind The Attack On The Russian Su-24?


This should not come as any surprise to anyone who has been following the dirty deeds of Turkey's President Erdogan.  Especially all the shoe boxes in the basements of the houses of his political cronies and friends who had tens of millions of U.S. dollars hidden in shoe boxes.  The question below is a very sound one regarding Erdogan's son.  You know the old saying... 'an apple doesn't fall far from the tree' and ... 'like father, like son'.   Turkey is guilty beyond any doubt in the shooting down of the Russian bomber, in fact it could very strongly be considered an 'Act of War' by Turkey against both Syria and Russia.  I am hoping that President Putin of the Russian Federation steps on all of Erdogan's toes very hard and breaks every damn one of them.
Dr. James P. Wickstrom

Erdogan's son was behind the attack on the Russian Su-24?

Cheap Syrian oil that ISIL terrorists trafficked (Stole from Syria) to Turkeymay be the real reason for the attack on the Russian Su-24 bomber morning, November 24th. Reported LifeNews.
According to the newspaper, the son of Turkish President Bilal Erdoganlinked to ISIL terrorists, and he controls the Syrian oil flows to Turkey.    It is the fact that the Russian aircraft carried out massive strikes on oil fields militantsthe Turkish authorities became the last straw.
Many experts constantly say about the top of the Turkish authorities who cooperate with the ISIL militants  . In the media there were evenphotographs of the son-heir of the Turkish leader posing next to the leaders of the "Islamic state."
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"Turkey is deliberately interfering with the Russian military operation in Syria, since from this its territory ISIL transported to Turkey cheap (stolen) Syrian oiland Russian planes are destroying the columns of fuel trucks," - says military expert, director of the Center for Strategic Market Ivan Konovalov.
Recall that the bombers struck powerful videoconferencing Russian air strike on the oil fields ISIL terrorists. For two days, Russian planes bombed oil storage, refinery and several columns of fuel trucks (some of which The U.S. claimed they destroyed, but did not).

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