Nowhere, will this be more obvious then in Syria, where it looks as if a NATO attack is being readied.
Lots of news to cover, so let's get straight to it.
It looks to me as if the final moves are taking place. Israel is positioning itself to aid in the intervention, should it become necessary, in Syria. The claim by the Israeli military that Syrian tanks entered Golan seems to be completely false.
However, this claim will give Israel the pretext it needs to send in the Army and be on the ready for the attack on Syria. Explaining briefly:
- Israel's military says three Syrian tanks have entered the demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights.
-A military spokeswoman says Israel complained to the U.N. peacekeeping force in the area after the tanks entered Saturday.
-The spokeswoman, who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with military protocol, did not elaborate.
-Marco Carminjani, an official with the U.N. body supervising the zone, said he could not immediately confirm the entry of the tanks.
Quoting from two sources- It was the Israeli military that reported the tanks allegedly entering the zone. Israel did not go to the UN. The Israeli military complained to the peacekeeping force in the zone. The UN peacekeepers could not confirm the report. What does that tell us?
Turkey has been shelling northern Syria since the false flag attack at the beginning of October.
Last report I had seen was on October 29/12. Unfortunately I did not bookmark the news, if anyone can help out, please do.
That has given Turkey over a month to soften targets and create pockets that can be filled in by the NATO terrorists. A place to install a bogus government in exile. Precisely like the one that is being concocted in Doha, Qatar
In the Qatari capital of Douha, Syria's fractured opposition groups in exile started a five-day meeting backed by the United States in the hope of closing ranks to oust the Syrian leadership
Can they get it together? Does it matter? The NATO nations have continued on with their destabilization despite the infighting amongst their stooges.
Let's look at Turkey's role in creating pockets of FSA controlled territory in Syria, necessary for the placement of the 'opposition' and the launch of a war.
“The right way for Turkey to Intervene in Syria” -The NYT’s. October 11/12
Did you know there was a right way to foment war without declaring war?
Did you know there was a right way to violate another countries sovereignty?
Makes one wonder what is the 'wrong way' if this is the right way?
The shelling along the Turkish-Syrian border is a critical development.( Another step in the plan)
The first response for Ankara would be to continue the current pattern of shelling across the border every time Syria targets Turkey. (Of course we have no way of knowing whether Syria is actually targeting Turkey, not that this fact matters) This would weaken Syrian forces in some areas near the Turkish border, letting the F.S.A. fill the vacuum. This wouldn’t create a contiguous safe haven, but it would lead to pockets of F.S.A.-held territory inside Syria under a de facto Turkish security umbrella.
Finally, if things get worse along the border, causing more Turkish casualties, Turkey may go even further, staging a limited invasion to contain the crisis as it did in Cyprus in the 1970s. At that time, Ankara waited patiently for the United States and the international community to come to its aid in Cyprus. When such help did not materialize, Turkey took matters into its own hands, and landed troops on the island. ????
When international help did not materialize?
NATO has already issued a statement that it will defend Turkey against Syria. Yet if Turkey decides that the international community is not going to actually help stave off the Assad regime’s aggression, it may choose the Cyprus option.
If Hillary is pushing for a reformed government in exile, at this time, it would appear that Turkey’s shelling has paid off. Turkey has been successful in assisting the FSA in seizing and holding enough Syrian territory to plant the NATO stooges in. Will this seized land become a NATO protectorate? As was done in Libya?
Going back to September 28/2012 as a reminder just prior to the false flag shelling in Turkey
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu stressed the need to establish a buffer zone to create a safe haven for refugees inside north Syria while speaking to the BBC's Middle East correspondent Jeremy Bowen on Friday.
Bowen, however, noted that such a move would require the launching of a military operation inside Syrian territory, but Minister Davutoglu simply ignored that question:
"Mr. Davutog(lu would not be drawn on the fact that inserting a military force into Syria to establish a safe zone would be an act of war," Bowen said.
It would be an act of war. But then with NATO firmly behind Turkey, will that matter? Which is why the Minister just ignored the question. What does it matter?
NATO does indeed look to have Turkey's back
Thanks Anonymous for this piece of the puzzle!
AnonymousNovember 2, 2012 10:21 AM
Turkey wants deployment of patriots?
Yes, Turkey wants deployment of Patriot missiles! Anyone?
Turkey plans to officially request NATO deploy a Patriot missile defense system in its territories as a security precaution against a potential large-scale military offensive from Syria as Syrian shelling on the border raises tensions.
“We have been closely working with NATO on contingency plans regarding the developments in Syria and these plans also include the deployment of missile defense systems in Turkey,” a senior Turkish diplomatic source said Oct. 30. “We are planning to make this request in the case of escalation of the scale of attacks against us.”
Turkey has invoked Article 4 of the NATO treaty twice, which provides for consultations, after the downing of its jet and the killing of five Turkish citizens in a Syrian shelling, but took no action in pursuing Article 5, which considers an attack against one member an attack against all. “We have received sufficient support from NATO so far. The last statement NATO issued after the Akçakale incident was very powerful. We continue to be in close dialogue with the alliance,” the source said.
“I would not be surprised if Turkey would soon make such a request,” a diplomat from a NATO country said. “The situation is getting worse in Syria, and it’s the right of Turkey to take necessary security measures.”
Preparations for war definitely advancing
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