Thursday, March 31, 2016

Staged Provocation of Turkey's Security Detail- Aided by Amnesty International & Brookings

'Cause this doesn't happen unless it was intentional. By design. To demonize an intended target. For the creation of bad press. Trial by media...

Amnesty International's Protestors, threatened by Turkish Security in Washington
Amnesty International, just another, scummy No Good Organization
Amnesty International giving legitimacy to the illegitimate.

Amnesty Press Release: And no surprise they have an individual who will spin for the media
(WASHINGTON, DC) - Today a delegation of Amnesty International USA staff and volunteers protested human rights abuses in Turkey in front of the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC where Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave a speech. Amnesty protestors were confronted by plainclothes Turkish security who threatened them and grabbed at their protest signs.

"Today’s confrontation in Washington vividly illustrates how little Turkey’s government values human rights such as freedom of the press and freedom of assembly. Those who were present at today’s protest saw firsthand the consequences of governments that violate human rights,” said T. Kumar, Amnesty International USA’s advocacy director for Europe.

Amnesty International USA urged President Obama to address human rights concerns with President Erdogan earlier this week.

Kumar, who was at the scene and was personally threatened by Turkish security, is available for interviews.

Can you say provocation?  

Pay particular attention to the fact there is NO SOUND included with this video

Without the sound I cannot discern for myself what is actually going on! 
Why is the sound off?

Another curious case of a twitter video with no volume?- Scroll down to the 17 second video feed. Amberim Zaman can claim all the baloney, garbage and nonsense she wants to claim
There is nothing to substantiate here claim at her twitter nonsense and Turkish Security walks quite calmly towards her, considering she looks to be making an intentional idiot of herself.
I didn't hear anyone saying a thing to her. Why should I believe her claims?
Hmmmm......

Amberin Zaman, the Economist's former Turkey correspondent and scholar at the Wilson Center, a DC think tank, reported that after being confronted by security she was called a "PKK whore," a reference to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party. She writes often about the Kurds.

Unsubstantiated claims are claims with no substance. And videos, devoid of sound, have no substance, nor do they support the claims made by either party.



10:09 pm est: I originally posted the information above  nearly 3 hours ago, I checked my computer volume, listened to audio in different video footage (You tube) and my computer is okay. Everything is working. YET when I check back to the two videos I linked to, still, nearly 3 hours later there is not a sound to be heard- So, I still cannot verify claims made by two agenda pushing individuals

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  1. Left this update in the post above- I can't verify any of the claims made, still

    10:09 pm est: I originally posted the information above nearly 3 hours ago, I checked my computer volume, listened to audio in different video footage (You tube) and my computer is okay. Everything is working. YET when I check back to the two videos I linked to, still, nearly 3 hours later there is not a sound to be heard- So, I still cannot verify claims made by two agenda pushing individuals

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  2. There was sound at the very beginning but it was immediately cut off.

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    1. "There was sound at the very beginning but it was immediately cut off"

      In the first video, but, none at all in the second.

      Why? That's the only way the two people making the claims can prove their claims - And yet there is no proof anyone asked anything or said anything - no sound- no words- no proof.

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  3. 8:17 am est and still no audio available to discern what was actually happening- why?

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  4. I posted a clip from this article with a link back here. Good work keeping up on this topic Penny. Outstanding. I mentioned in the little comment I made on the article that this looks a lot like the old Pussy Riot provocations back when they were focused on regime changing Russia. I wonder if it's the same production company.

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    1. Hey willy

      thanks :)
      I see disinfohedge is running with this as if what is being claimed is actually what happened???
      I look and look and I can still find nothing to substantiate the claims- I need the audio for myself, until then, this is just another psyop- In a long line of psyops

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    2. Penny, this was shown on RT. The audio consisted of the provacatuers screaming some unitelligable whatever and the so-called Erdogan's security yelling back something to the effect of wahhh, wahhh, or bahhhh, bahhh, sort of like a sheep bleating.

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    3. Hi Charles
      did you look at the two video's in question?
      And can you leave a link for the RT story
      I would love to see and hear this one!
      Because apparently there are a number of videos floating around

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    4. Charles went to look-
      was it the video here?

      https://www.rt.com/usa/337927-turkey-erdogan-security-media/

      and boy talk about the heavy use of ridicule...

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    5. I apologize for not replying sooner, went out on a river check-out, and hike this morning.
      The series of videos available in this article are the ones I saw. The third video as you scroll down is the specific one. The link is:
      www.rt.com/usa/337782-erdogan-security-protest-washington/

      You can also view it on You-Tube, the news segment ar RT America contains the segment where Turkish Security attempts to drown out the protesters by yelling louder and bleating like sheep; comical. That video link is: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=44d_cMILxtw
      Take a look at the YOU-TUBE video.

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  5. simply look at the list of characters involved in that short article
    Wilson Center
    Economist
    Brookings.. and wtf was Erdogan doing there one wonders
    did he make the appointment or did they ask him over?
    Amnesty

    you are right to catch that no audio / shut off audio she is using
    and of course it is provocation
    If Erdogan were a nicer guy we would feel a bit of pity for his being attacked from all sides,
    but alas, he is not

    Periscope- the video involved. I first noticed that being used by the Beacon's UN guy that I follow on twitter.

    About 6 months ago, I noticed RT was using it also.
    Is it easier to manipulate than other vids? and I wonder who owns the new video 'craze'



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    1. Hey karin- I don't think any politicians are nice guys, or they wouldn't be where they are at
      It's not Erdogan I feel for.

      It's the Turkish people and their nation that is being set up for the take down, that I feel for.

      It is us here in the west who are repeatedly psyoped to justify endless war making, that I feel for.

      It is the flood of displaced ethnically cleansed persons that I feel for.

      I don't see this as being about Erdogan, I see this as being about the continuation of war, displacement cultural destruction, ethnic cleansing
      bigger then Erdogan, much bigger

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    2. Erdogan was part of a bunch of politicians talking about nukes:
      The nuclear security summit

      http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/01/world/nuclear-security-summit-obama.html?_r=0

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    3. karin: periscope? What is this a way of making or posting video material? I'm not sure, can you help?
      Thanks

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    4. Periscope is twitter live streaming product

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    5. Erdogan's regime is uber-austere i.e. waging war against its own people, paradoxically just like everywhere else the Turkish people pick its executioner to be the ruler. It has not began with him but with Turgut Ozal and Kamal Dervis who is presently member of the Brookings.

      So even if Erdogan's corporatist and chauvinist are removed from the throne it would not be a great damage. Would the Turkish people suffer because of it, I doubt.

      There is some degree of truth in saying "Every country has the government it deserves". Turks embraced neo-liberalism very early and that is having reflections on its foreign policy. Turkey in effect doesn't have own one it is the NATO's one.

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    6. OK, anonymous, CIeh? Avirgo

      "So even if Erdogan's corporatist and chauvinist are removed from the throne it would not be a great damage. Would the Turkish people suffer because of it, I doubt"


      No one is being hurt by this intentional destabilization- it's all good to have car bombs and suicide bombers, right?
      Alongside all the displaced people flooding into Europe. Right? While the culture of Turkey is destroyed etc.,
      Of course love the use of chauvinist as your buzzword, plays right into identity politics pushed by con artists egging on elite political agendas

      Yah, that's all good!!!

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    7. and of course disinfo con artists never mention the fact of the psyops being played on western audiences- nope it's all good and push for regime change

      Not here!

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