The US Ambassador to Ankara explains why his country knew nothing about what was going to happen in Turkey
In the mean time Austrian and German politicians compare the coup in Turkey with the Reichstag fire in 1933. But they don’t know who put the fire
A leftist politician in Germany wants sanctions against Turkey
According to our information this is only the first step. German parliamentarians prepare to ask also for sanctions against USA, Britain and France. According to those parliamentarians, by implementing the Chaos Strategy in the Middle East, in order to “promote democracy”, as they kept saying, Washington, London and Paris are directly responsible for the refugee crisis, the terror attacks and the whole instability which landed now in Turkey.
According also to our information, top US and Israeli officials are really angry with what is happening. They have now to cancel all family vacation planning and concentrate on how to handle a new unbelievable situation. Mr. Erdogan, President of one of the most important NATO countries did not meet any of his western counterparts, but he is going to Russia to meet President Putin, while his closest advisors propose him to foment an alliance with Russia, like Kemal, and wage war with the “Crusaders”.
The perspective of a strategic alliance between Ankara and Moscow is the definition of nightmare for US and Israeli planners. They certainly did not make all those wars to see now a bloc of Russia, Turkey, Iran and Syria being formed in the Middle East and also, potentially, a huge crisis in NATO.
We are not still there and nobody knows if we will ever reach this point. Russia and Turkey, as history proves, have serious conflicting interests. As for Erdogan himself he cannot win over Kurds by military means and the Kurds cannot also win what they want by war. The only certainty is that we go straight to very serious conflicts.
Fortunately for them, and probably for us also, European politicians do not consider any altering of their vacation programs. They keep enjoying their holidays, waiting for Washington to take its decisions.