Turkey bolstered security on its border with Syria on Tuesday, sending hundreds of soldiers and tanks (nothing to do with the flow of refugees)
The Turkish troops join other forces, including paramilitary units, along the border.Including paramilitary units along the border- As I mentioned yesterday...
I suspect that the tanks will support all the fighters that are entering from the hill tops of Turkey, overlooking Syria. Ya know the ones the mainstream media lies about? The "spectators" baloney
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu would hold a Cabinet meeting to discuss potential military options in Iraq and Syria including possible cross-border operations by Turkey’s powerful and well-equipped military
Yup, Turkey’s military, not so much a state military as an institution of it’s own, more allied with NATO then Turkey.. A subject discussed previously at the blog.
Any day now for the no fly/buffer zone, I would suspect. And how about a false flag attack to kick that off?!- Hopefully, I am wrong.
The narrative has certainly been prepped:
British special forces in Iraq 'ordered to carry chemical suits as ISIS are feared to be planning gas attacks'
|Britain's elite troops operating in Iraq are carrying chemical protection suits because IS fighters are feared to have chemical weapons.|
"Britain's elite troops operating in Iraq are carrying gas protection suits because Islamic State fighters are feared to have taken control of Syrian chemical weapons.
Despite international efforts to destroy President Assad's chemical weapon stockpile, it is thought that some may have fallen into the hands of ISIS after the militants seized vast swathes of Iraq and Syria
Relinked in last weeks post
Scroll down to this flashback-
"And while I am reveling in flashbacks, recall this?
ISIS seizes Saddam era chemical facility - US reassures . Just in case something happens..................."
The OPCW report raises serious questions about the Syrian regime’s compliance with its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and UN Security Council Resolution 2118 as well as its willingness to continue using chemical weapons to kill or injure the people of Syria.
|Earlier this month the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations spoke of her fear that IS and other terrorists could get hold of chemical weapons if Syria is hiding any stockpiles.|
"This month, Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, told reporters there were "discrepancies and omissions" in Syria's claims about the status of its chemical weapons materials. The concerns were heightened by the possibility that Islamic terrorists could find such materials"