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New Erdogan Decree Grants Immunity For “Suppressing Terror”, Paves Way For Militia Violence / by Tyler Durden / Dec 25, 2017 President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s latest batch of presidential decrees has transformed Turkey into a nation of government-endorsed militias and “anti-terror vigilantes.” According to Ahval, Erdogan published Turkey’s latest state of emergency government decree – the country has been under a perpetual state of emergency since the summer of 2016 […]

Greece Hit By Sudden Surge In Refugees – Did Erdogan Break EU-Turkey Immigration Deal? / by Tyler Durden / Aug 24, 2017 As tensions soar between Ankara and Berlin, following Germany’s angry response to Erdogan’s call for those of Turkish descent to vote against Merkel, a coincidentally huge wave of refugees has suddenly started appearing on Greek coasts, making some wonder if Erdogan has broken his EU-Immigration deal. *** The last six days have […]

Erdogan Could Face Arrest In Sweden After Officially Being Accused Of Genocide / Via / Jul 13, 2017 Marking the first time Sweden – the country – has ever lodged a complaint against a head-of-state, this week five members of parliament (MPs) from the Scandinavian country officially accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of genocide. *** The MPs’ complaint alleges Erdogan has committed war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity […]

Erdogan Declares Victory In Turkey’s Constitutional Referendum / by Tyler Durden / Apr 16, 2017 With over 97% of ballots counted, Turkey’s president Erdogan and soon, quasi dictator, declared victory in the Turkish referendum and called the leaders of three political parties supporting changes to the constitution to congratulate them on the victory, Anadolu news agency reported, and added rather comically that “many […]

TURKEY: Citizens Vote In Referendum That Could Give Erdogan Extended Powers / BY NEWS ALERT / APRIL 16, 2017 President Tayyip Erdogan could be in office until 2029 if voters in today’s Turkish referendum give him the majority. Poll indications show a narrow lead but their reliability is questionable. Considering Erdogan’s inflammatory rhetoric amidst the backdrop of the Dutch elections, including the ‘Nazi’ remarks and calls for […]

Currency Shows Turkey’s Death Spiral into Dictatorship / by Martin Armstrong / Jan 3, 2017 Turkey has really turned into a dictatorship and the claimed “elected” head of state acts like anyone other than a democratically elected representative. He has acted more like Stalin, and has been gathering anyone who disagrees and demanding other government return people who have fled from him so […]

US Denies It Created ISIS, Accuses Turkey Of Spreading “Fake News”

The truth regarding misinformation in Turkish media concerning U.S. and Coalition operations against ISIL in Syria — US Embassy Turkey (@USEmbassyTurkey) December 28, 2016 / by Tyler Durden / Dec 29, 2016 1:37 PM Two days ago, Turkey’s outspoken president Erdogan, now grudgingly pivoting into the Russian sphere of influence and away from NATO, accused […]

Is Syrian War Over? Putin’s Ceasefire Includes Plan to “Break Up Syria Into Sub-States”

The war could be over in Syria. A peace is being negotiated on Putin’s terms, signaling a drastic shift away from American hegemony and unipolar world order. Assad’s forces, fully backed by Russia, finally secured a decisive defeat in Aleppo, turning the tide for the factions of “moderate rebels” and “ISIS terrorists” that have been […]

Propaganda War Exposed In Aleppo: “About To Die, Saying Goodbye… But Available for Interview”

At some point, we have to question what’s going on. Each new event brings questions about what is real, and what is perception. When did the “media” bring an eye to action of war in Syria, etc. and the attacks of terrorism in Ankara, in Berlin, etc., and when did the “media” create stories and […]

Thwarted Peace? Assassination of Russian Ambassador “A False Flag Operation By the West”

Will there be peace again in our lifetimes? That remains to be seen. As you have probably heard, Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov was shot dead Sunday night at an art gallery right as he was about to give a speech. The shooter, identified as 22-year-old Turkish policeman Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, reportedly fired at […]