Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan refuses to join the US-led air strikes against the takfiri terrorists. At the same time, he has called for a no-fly zone over Syria. This strengthens speculation that the US policy is a backdoor attempt to sneak into Syria to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Asad. Turkey is part of this diabolical plot whose other members include Zionist Israel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Saturday September 27, 2014, 09:03 DST
The newly minted Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan has called for a no-fly zone over Syria. He made the demand on September 26 upon his return from attending the United Nations General Assembly session where leaders from around the world get a chance to strut on the world stage. Erdogan said such a zone should be established over Syria to protect what he called that part of the country from attacks by Syria's air force.
"A no-fly zone must be declared and this no fly-zone must be secured," the American news agency, the Associated Press (AP) reported Erdogan as saying.
The AP story also reported that according to Erdogan, he had discussed the issue with US President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. As if on cue, US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey also echoed the call.
While the Turkish government has publicly claimed it would not allow its military bases to be used by the US to carry out bombing raids against the takfiris, it wants a no-fly zone on the Syrian side of the border. American aircraft have attacked several sites inside Syria that it claims are takfiri bases. With the no-fly zone over Syria call, this is a declaration of war against Syria.
The hostages held since June 11, 2014, were released on September 20 following a deal struck by the Turkish intelligence agency MIT with the takfiris. There are deep suspicions that Turkey is backing and supporting the takfiris in order to overthrow the government of President Bashar al-Asad.
Turkey struck a deal with the takfiris to secure the release of 49 hostages that included 46 Turkish diplomats and their family members and three Iraqi employees at the Turkish consulate in Mosul, northern Iraq. The hostages held since June 11, 2014, were released on September 20 following a deal struck by the Turkish intelligence agency MIT with the takfiris. There are deep suspicions that Turkey is backing and supporting the takfiris in order to overthrow the government of President Bashar al-Asad.
Erdogan’s call for a no-fly zone over Syria gives credence to allegations that the US-Nato bombing raids against the takfiris are a pretext to enter Syria through the backdoor aimed at overthrowing Asad’s government. While Erdogan says his government would not join the US campaign against the takfiris, he wants the no-fly zone to be set up on the Syrian side of the border. His argument is that a large number of Syrians have fled the foreign-backed takfiri terrorists and sought refuge in the border areas.
Turkey has kept its border open for these mercenary terrorists to sneak into Syria and cause havoc. Despite the failure of Turkish policy and his cuddling up to the Americans and Zionists, Erdogan refuses to rectify his disastrous policy. His ambition to revive old Turkish glory of the Ottoman era has earned him the title of Pasha. Inside the country, Erdogan may be entitled to bask in its glory but the regional reality is not amenable to his ambitions or oversized ego.
The Americans and Zionists have a nasty history of using others and then ditching them. Why Erdogan believes he will be treated differently is intriguing. American puppets in the Arab world—Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates have also joined the US air campaign. While most of these regimes have financed and armed the takfiris, they are at the same claiming to be fighting them together with the US.
There is no better definition of hypocrisy.