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    Israel Linked To Istanbul Airport Terror Attack


    A security firm from Israel linked to numerous false flag terror attacks handled the security at the Istanbul airport where 42 people were killed on Tuesday.

    ICTS was founded by “former” Israeli intelligence agents, and has a major presence all over the world in airport security. The company came under the public spotlight when it emerged that its staff “missed” several of the 9/11 hijackers who flew out of Boston’s Logan airport on September 11th 2001. The same Israeli security team also handled security for London’s bus network during the 7/7 London bombings.

    Newnationalist.net reports:

    The company offers a system based on a computerized algorithm called APS (Advanced Passenger Screening) that analyzes passenger information procured by airline companies and determines the potential risks posed by a given passenger. APS is used by most of the large airlines in the United States.

    The chairman of the supervisory board at ICTS is Menachem J. Atzmon. Atzmon is a former Likud party member and was indicted and convicted in 1996 in a fraud and embezzlement case relating to the misappropriation of funds raised by charities. Atzmon owns more than 60% of ICTS Intl. through a family trust.

    In addition, the company has experienced more than its share of bad luck and strangeness. ICTS provided security services to Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport and United Airlines and US Airways. Somehow it allowed “underwear bomber” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to “slip through” and board Northwest Airlines Flight 253 to Detroit with explosive materials on Christmas day 2009.

    Curiously, he was allowed to board his flight with no luggage and without a passport. The particulars of this strange event can be examined in this interview with eyewitness Kurt Haskell.

    In December 2001, ICTS somehow managed to let deranged “shoe bomber” Richard Reid onto his Miami-bound flight in Paris. This was after ICTS had cleared Reid through security at Amsterdam airport on a flight to Tel Aviv in July 2001 for what was apparently an all-expenses-paid week-long trip to the Israeli city. What precisely he did there remains a mystery.

    Reid later said that ICTS/El Al had failed to detect that he had explosives in his shoes on the flight to Tel Aviv, an amazing revelation considering the Israeli airline’s supposed extra-tight security.

    ICTS also handled security for London’s bus network during the July 7, 2005, “suicide” bomb attacks. In fact, two of its subsidiaries, ICTS UK and ICTS Europe Systems, are based at Tavistock House, Tavistock Square in London, the scene of the London Stagecoach bus bombing on that day.

    To top it all off ICTS also somehow missed several of the 9/11 hijackers, who allegedly flew out of Boston’s Logan airport.

    And yes, once again, ICTS handles Istanbul as well.

    Nothing to see here, move along?



    Pat: We need more transparency as to why Israeli-linked security firms control security at many international airports, etc. The vicious Israel regime should not be trusted with anyone's security. But it explains many of these highly suspicious terror events.

    Ronny: We need more transparency as to why Israeli-linked security firms control security at many international airports, etc. The vicious Israel regime should not be trusted with anyone's security. But it explains many of these highly suspicious terror events.

    Lloyd: Before you comprehensively write it off as "tin foil hat" theory I suggest you read a book by the journalist Christopher Bollyn called Solving 9 / 11 : The Deception that Changed the World, assuming that you haven't already. It's downloadable as a pdf or you can read it on his site .

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    CIA Agents Arrested In Turkey For Erdogan Assassination Attempt


    President Putin has been notified of the arrest of two CIA agents who Turkey say shot down a Russian plane last November, and attempted to assassinate President Erdogan.

    According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) for the Republic of Turkey, the two captured CIA pilots were not only responsible for shooting down the Russian Sukhoi Su-24m bomber over Syria last year, but also attempted to kill President Erdogan during the failed “coup” attempt a few days ago.

    Whatdoesitmean.com reports:

    The MoD further warned that the Obama regime was planning to kill President Erdogan in a coup and replace him the CIA’s “designated figurehead” Fethullah Gulen—and that Turkey’s MoFA confirmed just hours ago was behind this plot by stating that “the Fethullah Gülen Terrorist Organization is behind this coup attempt”.

    Still not being told the American people about this latest failed Obama regime-CIA “adventure”, and that we reported on in our 17 July report Turkish Leader Praises Putin For Saving His Live—But Vows “Revenge” On Obama, is that the life of President Erdogan was only able to be saved due elite Federation Spetsnaz forces President Putin had ordered to protect him.

    This SC report further states that on 15 July, when President Erdogan was in flight to Istanbul to counter the CIA-led coup forces against him, the same two pilots who had downed Su-24 bomber aircraft,locked on their air-to-air missiles to destroy Erdogan’s plane.

    However, this report continues, upon these CIA pilots locking their missiles onto Erdogan’s plane in order to kill him, they were immediately ordered by their Obama regime controllers to “immediately abort” their mission and return to Incirlik Air Base—which at this very hour Turkish forces are now searching.

    Not just these two pilots were ordered by the CIA to abort their mission, this report notes, but, in fact, all Turkish, NATO and American aircraft were ordered to immediately return to their bases too throughout the entire Levant War Zone.

    Without air cover to protect them, this report says, these CIA coup forces were overwhelmed by both Turkish police forces and ordinary citizens and President Erdogan was able to land safely in Istanbul to guide them to victory.

    Stunningly, this SC report reveals that the reason for the CIA ordering all of their aircraft supporting their coup to be grounded was due to President Putin’s “threat/promise” to immediately activate the MoD’s S-500 Prometey (55R6M Triumfator-M) air defense systems stationed at Khmeimim Air Base that would, within 120 seconds, down every “hostile” aircraft over Turkey, Syria and Iraq—as well as destroy every single US-NATO military satellite in low Earth orbit (LEO) over the Levant.

    Though barely known to average Western peoples, this report explains, the S-500 is the most feared weapon of its type in the world and can simultaneously intercept up to ten ballistic and hypersonic missiles and is capable of engaging targets at an altitude of up to 200 kilometers (more than 120 miles), can intercept aircraft and UAVs, as well as destroy low-earth-orbit satellites, space destruction devices and orbital weaponry too—and by its ability to operate on super inaudible radio channels, makes it impervious to all countermeasures.

    With these two CIA pilots now in custody, along with their commander, and coup leader, General Akin Ozturk, this report continues, it is expected that they will be sentenced to death after President Erdogan’s government reinstates the death penalty later this week, or next.

    This report concludes by noting that once President Putin received official notification from Turkey that these two CIA pilots were in custody, the Security Council authorized Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich to announce that Russia’s joint projects with Turkey, including the TurkStream undersea natural gas pipeline from Russia to Turkey, are still on the agenda and have a future.


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    The False Flag In Turkey And Why It Happened

    Despite the many times it’s been discussed, as well as the undeniable documentation, many Americans continue to have a hard time accepting the concept of a false flag. That lack of acceptance is rooted mostly in the reluctance to believe that one’s political leaders could do such a thing, yet it has been documented throughout US history, and the world’s.

    As the story behind the recent shooting in Turkey continues to unfold, it becomes increasingly clear that this was very likely a false flag with many over-arching connections and implications. Both the Russian and Turkish presidents have given statements that point a clear finger at an outside entity attempting to create divide between the two. With the recent meetings between Russia and Turkey, as well as the peace talks in Syria, it does not take much to ascertain which country has the most to lose with both better Russian-Turkish relations and the end of the ISIS war in Syria. The video below by Truthstream Media explains why this shooting was indeed a false flag, and the many reasons it might have happened.


    Russian ambassador shooting: Assassination organised by 'Nato secret services' claims Kremlin senator


    Several Russian politicians claim West responsible for orchestrating shooting

    A senior Russian MP and Putin ally has said Western countries planned the fatal shooting of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey.

    Andrey Karlov was shot dead at an art gallery in Ankara by a man believed to be Mevlűt Mert Altintaş, 22, an off-duty Turkish police officer.

    Altintaş reportedly shouted: “We die in Aleppo, you die here”, before shooting the ambassador repeatedly in the back.

    The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed shortly after that Mr Karlov had died from his wounds and called the killing “a terrorist act”.

    Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said: "Today in Ankara as a result of an attack, the ambassador of the Russian Federation to Turkey, Andrey Gennadyevich Karlov, received a wound from which he died.

    “We regard this as a terrorist act."

    Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who leads the right-wing nationalist Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, said the killing was “a false flag operation by the West”.

    Mr Zhirinovsky claimed the West orchestrated the shooting to prevent Turkish-Russian rapprochement following a year of tensions, which have gradually eased in recent months.

    Other Russian politicians also rushed to link Western governments to the assasination.

    Alexey Pushkov, the former head of the foreign affairs committee of the Russian State Duma, or lower house of parliament, claimed the killing was a direct result of media "hysteria" concerning Aleppo, purveyed by "enemies" of Moscow.

    Frantz Klintsevich, the deputy chairman of the upper chamber of the Russian Parliament’s defence and security committee, reportedly said the assassination of Mr Karlov was a “true provocation”.

    He said: "It was a planned action. Everyone knew that he was going to attend this photo exhibition.

    "It can be Isis, or the Kurdish army which tries to hurt Erdogan.

    "But may be - and it is highly likely - that representatives of foreign Nato secrets services are behind it.
    "What has happened is a true provocation, a challenge. It is a challenge for Russia", he added.

    Mr Klintsevich has previously promised a “harsh and unambiguous” response from Russia in response to NATO expansion and said Russia would “aim our weapons, including the nuclear ones” at any countries that seek to join the Western military pact.

    The shooting came a day before Russia, Turkey and Iran were due to hold talks over the ongoing conflict in Syria. Russia and Iran have backed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad while Turkey has supported his enemies.

    World leaders and foreign minsters rushed to condemn the assassination. UK Foreign Secretary Boreign Johnson called it "despicable" and "cowardly".


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    2017 First Victim of False Flag Terrorist Attack

    At least 35 killed in New Year gun attack at Istanbul nightclub

    Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin said there was only one attacker but other reports, including on social media, suggested there may have been at least two, dressed in Santa costumes

    January 1, 2017

    At least one gunman shot his way into an Istanbul nightclub packed with hundreds of New Year's revellers on Sunday, killing 35 people and wounding more than 40 in what the provincial governor described as a terrorist attack.

    One assailant shot a police officer and a civilian as he entered the Reina nightclub before opening fire at random inside, Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin said at the scene. Some reports suggested there were multiple attackers. The governor told reporters:

    A terrorist with a long-range weapon ... brutally and savagely carried out this attack by firing bullets on innocent people who were there solely to celebrate the New Year and have fun.

    The club, one of Istanbul's most iconic, popular with locals and foreigners alike, overlooks the Bosphorus Strait separating Europe and Asia in the city's cosmopolitan Ortakoy district.

    Around 500 to 600 people were thought to have been inside when the gunman opened fire at around 1:15 a.m. (2230 GMT), broadcaster CNN Turk said. Some jumped into the waters of the Bosphorus to save themselves and were rescued by police.

    The attack again shook Turkey as it tries to recover from a failed July coup and a series of deadly bombings in cities including Istanbul and the capital Ankara, some blamed on Daesh and others claimed by Kurdish militants. US President Barack Obama, on vacation in Hawaii, expressed condolences and directed his team to offer help to the Turkish authorities, the White House said.

    Governor Sahin said there was only one attacker but other reports, including on social media, suggested there may have been at least two, dressed in Santa Claus costumes which they later ditched.

    The Hurriyet newspaper cited witnesses as saying there were multiple attackers and that they shouted in Arabic.

    "We were having fun. All of a sudden people started to run. My husband said don't be afraid, and he jumped on me. People ran over me. My husband was hit in three places," one club-goer, Sinem Uyanik, told the newspaper.

    "I managed to push through and get out, it was terrible," she said, describing seeing people soaked in blood and adding that there appeared to have been at least two gunmen.

    "Police moved in quickly"

    Dozens of ambulances and police vehicles were dispatched to the club in Ortakoy, a neighbourhood on the city's European side nestled under one of three bridges crossing the Bosphorus and home to nightclubs, restaurants and art galleries.

    Sefa Boydas, a Turkish football player, wrote on Twitter:

    I didn't see who was shooting but heard the gun shots and people fled. Police moved in quickly...My girlfriend was wearing high heels. I lifted her and carried her out on my back.

    Hurriyet quoted Reina's owner, Mehmet Kocarslan, as saying security measures had been taken over the past 10 days after US intelligence reports suggested a possible attack.

    Turkey, a NATO member and part of the US-led coalition against Daesh, faces multiple security threats including spillover from the war in neighbouring Syria. It launched a military incursion into Syria in August against the group and is also fighting a Kurdish militant insurgency in its own southeast.

    The New Year's Eve attack came five months after Turkey was shaken by a failed military coup, in which more than 240 people were killed, many of them in Istanbul, as rogue soldiers commandeered tanks and fighter jets in a bid to seize power.

    Istanbul, Turkey's most populous city, has seen several attacks this year, the latest on December 10, when two bombs claimed by Kurdish militants exploded outside a soccer stadium, killing 44 people and wounding more than 150.

    In June, around 45 people were killed and hundreds wounded as three suspected Islamic State militants carried out a gun and bomb attack on Istanbul's main Ataturk airport.



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