Turkey forced a Syrian passenger plane to land in Ankara yesterday, saying that there were “suspicions” that it may have been transporting arms. This is at a time when tensions, tensions most likely caused deliberately by the U.S., between Turkey and Syria are strained to say the least.
Turkey immediately stopped all Turkish civilian air travel over Syrian airspace in case of Syrian reciprocal action. This surprises me, because if U.S. supported Syrian rebels took down a Turkish civilian airliner, NATO would have, politically speaking, clear sailing into its desired aggression against Syria.
It is possible that this incident could lead to more false flag mortar attacks against border areas in Turkey, and that could cause this situation to dramatically escalate. This in my opinion would please the U.S. government, as it is looking for any reason to legitimize an attack on Syria in order to affect regime change.
When this happens, Syria will fall into a much more intense civil war, this as has happened in Egypt and Libya recently due to U.S. interference.
Expect these antagonistic clashes to continue, with pro-Turkish (NATO) news stories following each event. This will eventually, I think sooner rather than later, lead to the U.S. and NATO joining the terroristic Syrian rebels, and “officially” intervening militarily in an effort to oust Assad.
After all, this is the next step in the U.S. plan to attack Iran. If one is willing to look closely, it is evident that this march to control the entire Middle East is being planned by U.S. forces, so don’t be surprised by a barrage of border attacks from both Turkey and Syria. These border attacks will most most likely be orchestrated by the west, or forces controlled by the west.
The blood of many innocents will flow freely before this is done; all for the sake of money, corporate interests, and a barbaric lust for power!
The civilian passenger plane intercepted and forced to land by Turkey, according to Turkey’s prime minister, was supposedly carrying equipment and ammunition from Moscow in route to the Syrian Defense Ministry. Was this contraband really aboard? Was it really being sent by Moscow, or was it purposely planted by outside interests? We will most likely never know for sure, so let the reader be the judge.