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NY Times: Russian Ambassador to Turkey Is Assassinated in Ankara


“It’s all $#@^*&%$!!!!”


As usual, Sugar the crazed Conspiracy Cat didn’t waste anytime calling this little skit in Turkey a false-false-flag. And this time, caution be damned. The demented little damsel is right!

Before we get into analyzing this Russo-Turkish play and its true purpose, let’s have a quick look at the “shocking” video and sense the fakery.

That’s some very bad acting, but it will suffice for achieving the geo-political objective. In case you missed the clues, here’s what wrong with the video.

1- Ambassador Karlov was shot multiple times from behind and from close range. Where’s the blood?

2– Who zoomed the camera on the gunman after the shots rang out? Wasn’t the cameraman scared?

3- Why didn’t anyone fire back? Doesn’t the Russian Ambassador have any Russian bodyguards?

4- Note the “instant death” — not one second of squirming, twitching or moaning on the ground.

5- Only in childhood game of “cops and robbers” and in the movies do men die perfectly sprawled out, “spread-eagle” on their backs after having been shot.

6- That whole “Allah Akbar” (God is great) shouting routine —- such cheesiness is a dead giveaway, as are the shouts of “Remember Aleppo! Remember Syria!” (translated)

7- The fake, “spread eagle” sprawled out death position and strange “blood stain” pattern of “the lone gunman.” It all smells of fakery.

“Allah Akbar” — yeah, yeah, yeah. So original! — Where’s the blood? There’s not a single drop!


Russian Ambassador assassin photo

Compare the theatrical positioning of Ambassador Karlov (already posted above) and the dead “assassin” (Image 1) — to the bled-out dead man in Image 2 and the wounded guards from the Reagan assassination attempt of 1981.


So, what’s the motive behind this bit of brazen scammery here? And who’s behind it? To the astute, the article itself gives the game away:

“President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia said on Russian television that Mr. Karlov had been “despicably killed” to sabotage ties with Turkey. Mr. Putin spoke with the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, by phone, and the two leaders agreed to cooperate in investigating the killing, and in combating terrorism broadly.

Mr. Erdogan, in a speech late Monday night, said the assassination was a provocation meant to derail efforts by Turkey and Russia to collaborate more closely on regional issues and economic ties.

“We know that this is a provocation aiming to destroy the normalization process of Turkey-Russia relations,” Mr. Erdogan said. “But the Russian government and the Turkish republic have the will to not fall into that provocation.”

The assassination came after days of protests by Turks angry over Russia’s support for the Syrian government in the conflict and the Russian role in the killings and destruction in Aleppo, the northern Syrian city.”

It’s elementary, boys and girls, elementary. The vicious “assassination” instantly mutes western whining about Russia’s “heavy hand” in fighting ISIS (CIA) terrorists in Syria. Now Putin can really take the gloves off! Said Putin:

A crime has been committed and it was without doubt a provocation aimed at spoiling the normalization of Russo-Turkish relations and spoiling the Syrian peace process which is being actively pushed by Russia, Turkey, Iran and others,”

There can only be one response – stepping up the fight against terrorism. The bandits will feel this happening.”

The bold play also gives Turkish President Erdogan additional protective cover to continue working with Russia while crushing the traitorous CIA element that continues to stir up trouble in Turkey. Well played Mr. President and Mr. President, well played.

1- “Vlad. I’ll stage a fake coup that will allow me to crush my internal CIA-backed traitors, and you do fake assassination of your ambassador to Turkey.”

2-  “I like the way the way this guy thinks!”


Now, the novice “conspiracy theorist” TM might ask, “If this was fake, then why doesn’t the Globalist media call out the Turks and Russians on it?” Good question, grasshopper. You see, the reason why adversarial powers don’t publicly expose each others clandestine scams to the public is similar to the reason why a Mafia boss doesn’t call the cops when a rival boss “whacks” one of his underlings. They all have too much dirt on each other. It’s an “our thing” (tr. cosa nostra) type of thing.

Were the Americans to call B.S. on this obviously fake shooting of Ambassador Karlov, then Russian media can just as easily call B.S. on the fake shooting at the Sandy Hook School in 2012 or B.S. on the fake beheadings of CIA-Mossad-ISIS or, as RT News has already hinted at several times, B.S. on the official story of 9/11. All the western press can do is try to spin the hoax in their own favor — subtly blaming it on Russia’s “oppresive” actions in Syria.

The U.S. plays its games. The Russians plays theirs. The key difference is, Chess-master Putin is doing it to serve the greater good in the war against Globalist evil.





Key ally of Vladimir Putin claims shadowy NATO forces masterminded the assassination of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov

Senator Frantz Klintsevich claimed today that NATO secret services were ‘behind’ the shocking killing


Poetic justice!

Boobus Americanus 1: Did you see what that Islamic lunatic did to the Russian Ambassador to Turkey?

Boobus Americanus 2: What a shocking video! Putin is gonna really give it to them good now, as he should.



Sugar: It worked, Mr. Putin! It worked!

 Editor: Like I said, well played, well played.

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