Recent coverage by RT of the gunned-down Russian Su-24 warplane over Turkey is painting quite a different picture in contrast to American media, helping to further shed light on the NATO-funded Islamic terrorism that has been birthed by the imperialism of the Military Industrial Complex. Three separately sourced articles from the website, all citing different interviews with different political analysts, suggest that Turkey’s attack against the Russian warplane was a proxy effort that came directly from the Obama Administration, and that this has been a carefully strategized move between NATO and the Turkish government in order to assert a sense of Turkish dominance in geopolicy. While this is simply conjecture on public record, it does seem to be a sentiment that Putin is holding in close consideration, if he has not already decided this to be the case. Whatever the case proves to be, the plausibility is already overwhelmingly obvious merely from the current geopolitical positions in the Syrian conflict.
Joseph Kishore, National Secretary of the Socialist Equality Party, told RT in a cited interview,
“Turkey has its particular interest in Syria and has a de facto alliance with ISIS. Turkey has been a central force in backing the anti-Assad forces in Syria, many of which, of course, are Islamic fundamentalist organizations.”
In another cited interview, Senior Policy Consultant from British American Security Information Council, Ted Seay, told RT,
“Turkey is in the unfortunate position of being a frontline state with the Syrian civil war, on the one hand, and a NATO ally, on the other. It looks to me, as someone who has worked in NATO for several years – that there was ineffective coordination beforehand with NATO authorities and with the allies about how Turkey ought to be ready to respond if, for example, future incidents along the lines of early October again with, again, these alleged airspace incursions happened again.”
While Seay seems to be helping NATO save face, he illustrates the point perfectly that Turkey is on the Obama Administration’s leash through NATO.
Political analyst Gearoid O’Colmain, said this on the matter:
“I don’t think the Turkish government would have undertaken such an action against a military superpower like Russia without the consent of the US. It’s simply ridiculous to suggest the Turkish military would have acted alone… So they were carrying out this attack certainly with the backing of the US.”
Sergey Lavrov, current Foreign Minister of Russia said on the matter:
“We [the Russian government] have serious doubts that this act was unintentional. It looks very much like a preplanned provocation.”
At this point, the only thing that is certain is that the scene of postmodern geopolitics has been reduced to a massive he-said/she-said argument, and it’s going to take nothing short of the global citizens themselves verifying their own information, and formulating their own decisions based on empirical observation. Since it is simply a matter of paperwork that NATO played an instrumental role in funding and training Islamic terrorism—and since Putin has decided to help put a definitive end to Islamic terrorism—this postulation doesn’t seem to be very far from the truth.
Sources: https://www.rt.com/op-edge/323430-russian-plane-down-turkey-us-nato/, https://www.rt.com/news/323404-lavrov-syria-s24-turkey/, https://www.rt.com/op-edge/323542-turkey-NATO-russian-plane-down/