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More Throwing Turkey Under the Bus: Video Emerges of Turkish Border Guards Fraternizing with ISIS Jihadis; Neocon Fanatics, Kiev Trolls and Soros Paid Losers Fantasize About a Turkish Blockade of the Bosphorus and Overt Invasion of Syria

This week the mainstream media narrative that the Islamic State super terrorist group simply materialized out of thin air with thousands of Toyota Hilux pick up trucks and massive quantities of arms captured from fleeing Sunni Iraqi soldiers in 2014 took a big hit.  After Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Turkey of trading ISIS oil  was forced to deny it, and Reuters/AP dutifully reported Erdoğan’s denials. As we predicted back in August 2015 here at RogueMoney, and the Guerrilla Economist confirmed on his Friday night radio program, Turkey would be and is being thrown under the bus and blamed for the spectacular rise of ISIS.
As we reported in our previous post here at RM, no fewer than four respected retired generals — Wesley Clark, Charles Dunlap Jr., Thomas McInerney and Paul Vallely have either blamed the Turks for the shoot down or accused Ankara of arming and supporting ISIS. In retired Maj. Gen. Vallely’s case, he not only called for the Turks to be kicked out of NATO before they drag the U.S. and the whole 28 nation alliance into war with Russia, but he did it on Russia Today (RT) TV. Regardless of the motives for Maj. Gen. Vallely’s words to RT’s Oksana Boyko, the medium combined with the message represents a double slap in the face to the neoconservatives and the ‘Assad must go’ combined Turkey/Qatar/Saudi lobbies in D.C.

A small group of Polish nationalists chant anti-Turkish slogans outside Ankara’s consulate in Warsaw, with banners saying “Turkey = ISIS”

Despite the best efforts of NATO propagandists, fanatical Ukrainian nationalists and neocons like Sen. Marco Rubio or the hacks at National Review, the vast majority of comments online from Europeans (who remember numerous wars with the Turks over the centuries from Lepanto to the Gates of Vienna) and Americans alike are either indifferent to Turkey’s claims that it acted in self defense when it shot down a Russian jet on Tuesday, or blame the neo-Ottoman Muslim Brother in chief in Ankara.

The Turkish War Porn Fantasies of the Empire’s Pathetic Social Media Warriors and Hipster Loser Propagandists

Soros funded hipster expat loser Jim Kovpak and some Latvians fantasize about Turkey showing Russia who’s boss with an invasion of Syria. A TV channel owned by Ukrainian dual/triple passport holding oligarch gangster Ihor Kholomoisky also released a video praising the Turkish military. ‘Former’ Army psyops turned adviser to Kiev’s SBU thugs Joel Harding also pushed Turkey’s laughable ‘guard frequency’ fakes as authentic. Meanwhile, some of the Azov Battalion’s Nazi punks claimed they would go to Syria to fight the Russians — we won’t hold our breath that they’ll show up

Really Turkish Army, you want some of this? Make my day — Russian supplied Smerch MLRS fries some Allah snackbar screamers outside Hama

USAF veteran and Illinois neocon idiot Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger — the Russians ‘aren’t as good as us’ — no Congressman, but they’re good enough to massacre the Turkish Army and have a Turkey shoot of F-16s should Erdoğan foolishly and overtly invade northern Syria

With images of Erdogan’s son Bilal paling around with alleged ISIS clerics at an Istanbul restaurant circulating online as well, Turkey’s sponsorship of ISIS is now out in the open. As is the Ankara government and Erdogan’s closest associates if not family members profiting from the illegal sale of cut rate ISIS oil looted from Syria. It now remains to be seen if any anchors on Fox News or mainline ‘conservative’ talk show hosts will have the stones to bring it up with their guests Sen. John McCain or Ms. McCain ‘Queenie’ Lindsey Graham on their programs.

Raqqa's Rockefellers -- a map/graph published at Zerohedge this weekend


The perception that the country which maintains the largest non-U.S. army in NATO is sponsoring the Islamic State is proving so damaging to Washington’s Narrative, that the White House has pushed for Turkey to deploy more troops along its border to Syria, ostensibly to cut off the flow of fighters and arms to ISIS. Of course, The Wall Street Journal in dutifully press-tituting itself to the U.S. government is not going to ask the Captain Obvious question of why, if Turkey was truly committed to the anti-ISIL coalition, the borders weren’t closed months if not weeks ago, before Russia got involved in Syria. During this debate on Iranian-state funded Press TV, Washington D.C. based journalist brings up the same point with his Establishment opponent, The Hill columnist Brent Budowsky. Naturally as an Establishment Democrat Party hack with a press pass, Budowsky denies the overwhelming evidence that Turkey has been openly aiding ISIS:

Unfortunately for Budwosky, the morons at National (neocon) Review who want NATO to double down in support of neo-Ottoman ISIS sponsoring Turkey, and anti-Russian trolls masturbating on Twitter about a Turkish blitzkrieg into northern Syria and a Bosporus closure to humiliate Putin, the Turks’ economy and respect in the world are plummeting to earth like a Turkish F-16 after getting hit by an S400 missile at Mach 8. As is respect among their audiences for the presstitutes and neocon Congressmen like Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger desperately trying to defend the Turks (no wonder both comments sections and open mike town hall meetings with Congress critters are becoming endangered species — it’s all the Kremlin Trolls fault!).

Turkey’s reputation is collapsing so fast that the gangland-style broad daylight murder of a pro-peace, pro-Kurdish lawyer was caught on video and immediately went viral around the world Saturday, magnifying the impression that Erdoğan and his security services are exactly the kind of gangster thugs that Sen. Rubio and the likes of National Review insist Putin and the Russians are!

To top off the evidence that both the neocon Republican Establishment and Obama White House’ claims that Turkey is an ally in the struggle against ISIS are a joke, here’s a viral video of ISIS scumbags cheerfully chatting away with Turkish border guards.

ISIS jihadist scumbags fraternizing with armed Turkish border guards — footage released by pro-Kurdish and SAA social media

Meanwhile, the Russian government announced a raft of sanctions against Turkish businesses and assets inside Russia this weekend. Visa free travel between the two countries is being revoked as of January 1, 2016 and numerous Turkish business owners particularly in the construction trades will have to sell their assets at fire sale prices to their Russian partners and leave the country. Moscow’s air force continues to pound targets along the Turkish border, demonstrating that although Turkey may’ve ambushed one of its older Su-24 Fencer strike fighters last week, the Turks are no match for the combination of hypersonic S-400 surface to air missile batteries and Su-30 combat air patrols the Russians have fielded to lock down Syria’s air space.

A Turkish ‘aid’ convoy that was likely carrying weapons burns on the Syrian border after a Russian air strike this past week

Russia and the Syrian Arab Army using Russia’s armaments have mercilessly pummeled Ankara’s Turkomen and Arab proxies in far northern Latakia province over the last few days. In response, Turkey has moved tanks and thousands of soldiers to its border with Syria. However, for all the Turkish bluster and neocon BS logged above, the Turks noticeably halted their F-16 and other fighter aircraft flights along the Syrian frontier when the Russians deployed their S-400s at the Khmeimim air base near the city of Latakia. Rep. Kinzinger’s former colleagues in the US Air Force according to RT seems to want no part of the 225-250 mile combat radius S-400 system, at least temporarily suspending air strikes inside Syrian air space within the last 48 hours.

The strongest response to the stepped up Russian military measures so far has come from the Qatar-backed Ahrar al-Sham jihadist terrorists, who fired a single howitzer at the air base from 17 miles away and then likely fled with their precious footage before Russian counterbattery radars conveyed their coordinates to Hind gunships or Su-25 ground attack jets. There are no reports that the shells accurately hit anything, though we’ll have to wait and see over the next 24 to 48 hours.

In the meantime, you can ‘enjoy’ the latest high quality video production from the Islamic State, boasting that the super terrorist gang still holds a territory larger than Great Britain and unites all races (including some Africans and Chinese-citizen Uighurs/East Turkistanis) and colors (red bearded Caucasians or white Europeans) under the banner of Allah (how multi-culti of them):

One of the super-jihadi warrior members of the invincible Caliphate sobs like a little girl after being captured by Kurdish peshmerga fighters

Speaking only for ourselves, we told the other members of Team Rogue Money we preferred the original Hollywood version of this trailer…

Somebody in the Islamic State’s audio visual department forgot to Photoshop out the U.S. labels from ISIS tents:


Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi shouts, “Coooooooooobra!”

15 thoughts on “More Throwing Turkey Under the Bus: Video Emerges of Turkish Border Guards Fraternizing with ISIS Jihadis; Neocon Fanatics, Kiev Trolls and Soros Paid Losers Fantasize About a Turkish Blockade of the Bosphorus and Overt Invasion of Syria Leave a comment

  1. My Monday morning just got a whole lot better:

    “Syrian Arab Army fired a Mortar shell that direct hit on a ISIS position’s! After hit you hear lot of terrorist screaming, most of them died in hospital!”


    • SOF: gruesome vid, but I understand why they post such stuff — to debunk the ludicrous propaganda about ISIS super duper military prowess, as opposed to the U.S. running a half-assed fraudulent campaign against them while the Saudis, Qataris and Turks do everything possible to prop them up, including providing Turkish ‘vacationers’ aka volunteer servicemen to fight alongside ISIS.


      • I was surprised that for a brief second before impact the sound was heard given these things usually impact higher than the speed of sound. Despite the video claims of mortar strike the noise sounded more like rocket motor noise of Air-to-Ground missile.


  2. My Monday morning just got a whole lot better Part 2:

    “ISIS terrorist try to fly!”
    Some argue if it was Kurds, not Iraqis, who pwned this Takfiri dog, but it matters very little.
    Merry Christmas to the brave soldiers of SAA, Iraqi Army and the Christians in these countries.


  3. Paul Vallely’s such a strange bird. Don’t know if he’s just playing both sides of the dialectic, or has just gotten religion since the shoot down of the Russian fighter-bomber, but here he was about a yeat ago doing the same work as john McCain in Syria, stirring up and feeding the ‘moderate’ rebels…

    There have been more than one of these videos of Vallely leaked to youtube..easy to find…


  4. My Monday morning just got a whole lot better Part 3:

    ‘Daesh Space Program.’
    ‘I guess the rumors are true, Daesh does have an air force.’
    Peshmerga – ‘one who confronts death’


      • One minor correction to Ken’s article — the April 2014 USS Donald Cook incident, whatever exactly happened, occurred in the Black Sea rather than Persian Gulf. Great article and insights! – JWS


      • Regarding Turkey closing the Dardanelles to Russian shipping and supplies to their base at Latakia, we think Zerohedge slightly overstates it as a ‘trump card’. Not only is their the risk Russia would retaliate by shutting off the gas — something they don’t want do as it would still cost Gazprom billions even as Turkey experienced rolling blackouts — but also Russia has many other options short of that drastic step. My Russia Insider acquaintance Alexander Mercouris explains all of this here:
        Yes, in the immediate term the pace of operations against Turkey’s Syrian jihadist proxies would have to be slowed, and the Syrian Arab Army in particular would experience ammo if not fuel shortages. However, we have to remember that the Bosphorus is not the only route for Russia to resupply its forces, and that’s not counting the Caspian Sea to Iran and then Iraqi Kurdistan overland route since that would be a very inefficient and vulnerable to railway sabotage method of shipping fuel or ammunition.
        Egypt has stockpiles of Russian-made bombs and some spare parts for attack helicopters and jets, while Iraq has fewer (spare parts can be flown into Latakia at great expense on Antonov 124 transport planes flying over Iranian and Iraqi air space). What the Egyptian military probably does not lack is jet fuel or diesel for tanks. Neither do the Greeks, provided Russia makes it worth the while of Athens and Cypriot middlemen. Hell, with Greeks as intermediaries even the French would be tempted to get in on the tankers to Latakia action.
        All of these are simply short term stopgaps while Russia would scramble to start shipping fuel, food and bombs via Murmansk/Archangelsk — or the even longer way of a combined supply flotilla with the Chinese Navy out of Vladivostok. With nuclear powered icebreakers Russia could use the northern route around the UK or through the Channel and Gibraltar if they had to, but again their military would likely have to severely restrict if not suspend offensive operations in the interim.
        So in the short term Erdogan would look like he was winning, unless of course he were stupid enough to believe in his own military’s invincibility and try to close the Straits to Russian shipping simultaneous to an armored attack into northern Syria. In which case the Kiev/NATO trolls would all be exhuberant for maybe 36 to 48 hours thinking at last Putin is facing military defeat, only then to watch in horror as the Russians, Iranians and Syrians all counterattack and annihilate the Turkish invasion with massed firepower despite the blockade of the Bosporus. Russian long range aviation has already demonstrated the ability to drop dozens of cruise missiles on Syrian targets (if they included Turkish tanks and command posts) from over the Caspian or Iranian/Iraqi air space.
        Remember Iran has barely committed a fraction of its available troop strength to the fight in Syria, reserving combat there for elite IRGC units alongside the Hezbollah. If the Turks invade Syria in the open with no bones about carving out their ‘safe zone’ in northern Syria expect the Iraqis (paid off likely by China) to help the Iranian army march right across Iraq. The Iranians would then hit the overextended Turks’ flanks just as the YPG are harassing their rear all the way back to the border. And this war between Turkey on one side and Russia/Syria/Iran on the other scenario assumes the Greeks don’t pounce on the Turkish garrison in northern Cyprus, taking advantage of chaos in Ankara if Erdogan is overthrown in a coup after the Turkish forces inside Syria get crushed/experience horrific casualties. There’d be more than a few Greek colonels if not generals ready to avenge Hellenic honor and the defeat of 1974 under Kissinger’s orders to both sides.
        I rather suspect before long China and Iran will send at least symbolic supply ships and naval vessels through the Suez to the Russian port at Latakia, which neither the Turks nor their ISIS in Sinai punk proxies can block. Only the U.S. Navy can, but Washington won’t risk war with Russia to blockade Russian ships at the Suez, Gibraltar or on the high seas.
        Ending this comment on a more peaceful note, there are signs that Ankara is slowly realizing not only the economic carnage in store for their agribusiness and tourism industries from the newly announced Russian measures, but also that plenty of people in D.C., London and Paris are ready to throw them under the bus on the Kurdistan question. Fear of which drove Turkey into the arms of the Saudi/Qatari coalition of Sunnistan jihad against Assad in the first place, with hopes that a takfiri state in northern Syria or ISIS would block the Kurds from linking up with their brothers in Iraq and establishing a magnet for Turkish Kurds. That may slowly back Erdogan off, as his cabinet and some senior Turkish officers with relatives in the tourism and food export to Russia business are no doubt receiving an earful of complaints mixed in with whispers of a military coup NOW.


  5. If any ordinary mortal claimed publicly that he would lead a coup against the U.S. Government, particularly a person with a strong military background, he would most likely be whisked away to some dark site and disappeared. But Vallely did just that, not too long ago.
    He’s some kind of plant, I believe.
    Retired Army General To Tea Party Group: I Would Lead A Coup Against The U.S. Government
    He tried to incite one of these, it was to be called the ‘American Spring’.
    So what gives with this guy?


    • Mlytle0 – I agree with this 100%. The only question is exactly for whom is Vallely a plant? I suspect the ‘eastern globalists’ or pro-China ‘realist’ and go slow faction of the NWO, as opposed to the hardline neocon/neolib faction that wants a militarized NWO right away and whose plan Joel Skousen believes is to provoke a nuclear war.

      If any ordinary mortal claimed publicly that he would lead a coup against the U.S. Government, particularly a person with a strong military background, he would most likely be whisked away to some dark site and disappeared. But Vallely did just that, not too long ago.
      He’s some kind of plant, I believe.

      I can’t believe no matter how dedicated some may be to Luciferianism or population reduction many globalists particularly the executive types wish to live out their days trying to avoid radiation poisoning with their families/select servants in bunkers somewhere in the Swiss or Slovenian Alps or the Canadian Rockies. Ditto for the overhyped Galt’s gulch option at sea or in Chile in the southern hemisphere. The Eastern globalists including perhaps the China-connected Rockefellers have very good intel, probably better than the Pentagon’s, on how well the Russian and Chinese nukes and missiles work.


  6. I’m thinking he’s been recently ‘flipped’ to support the eastern globalists as he was a very stident Neocon. He’s seems to be transitioning, as in this situation:
    Vallely Meets With Russian Officials, Syrian Refugees in Europe
    “In late September MG Paul E. Vallely (US Army-Ret.) and his Middle East Advisor, Mr. Naji N. Najjar were invited to Europe to meet with senior as well as younger Syrian Opposition members to discuss the refugee crisis creeping across Europe.”
    “Many thousands of Syrian refugees are now seeking asylum as they transit from Turkey and Syria, through Serbia, Hungary, and Austria; destined for Germany.”
    “The trip was both a fact-finding mission and a liaison activity to represent the views of the Free Syrian Army in the Syrian war zone to European and Russian leaders representing the non-government organization (NGO) Stand Up America US (SUA), the Legacy National Security Advisory Group, and the Syrian Opposition Liaison Group (SOLG, an SUA Project).”
    So, it’s like this guy had contacts among the groups opposing Assad, including some bad actors, but now he’s a ‘liason’ between them and the Russians. Sounds like his ‘duties’ have been changed…


  7. Translate Ban Ki Moon’s remarks to mean it will not be beneficial to pass some sweeping international law toenslave the rest of humanity with draconian regulations and worldwide control of the financial system.
    Isn’t it interesting that the Yuan is being pushed into the SDR at this time? I am paranoid and don’t believe in coincidences. In theory, the US could object to the Yuan coming into the basket of currencies, but they seem to be quiet on this subject.


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