TURKEY DAILIES ACCUSED THE CIA for THE AMBASSADOR'S MURDER... AND RUSSIA WOULD ASK TO EXTRADITATE GÜLEN
Turkish newspapers are openly blaming the CIA and the "Western Alliance" on the front pages of their newspapers for the murder of Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov.This occurs while Turkish President Erdogan (who incidentally chases and imprisons the press contrary to his designs) said: "I think this is an attack on Turkey, the Turkish state and the Turkish people, and also a clear provocation ... In terms of Turkish-Russian relations. I am sure that our Russian friends also see this fact. Both Turkey and Russia are willing not to be deceived by this provocation. "Russian President Vladimir Putin similarly responded by saying: "This murder is clearly a provocation aimed at undermining the improvement and normalization of Russian-Turkish relations ..."Frantz Klintsevich, deputy chairman of the upper chamber of the Russian parliament's defense and security committee, told reporters: "It is very likely that representatives of the NATO secret services will be behind this murder."Well, following the logic inherent in the narrative of the facts, everything would point out that indeed pro-Western forces (whether the CIA, Mossad, or Persian Gulf states) would be behind the assassination.Recall also that immediately after the attack, the Turkish government was already linking the assassin Mevlüt Mert Altintas with the movement FETO, the organization of the Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen which the Turkish authorities blame for the attempted coup.In this respect, new information has spread, which we find in Sputnik ...Turkish investigators uncovered links between Mevlut Mert Altintas, the murderer of the Russian ambassador in Ankara, and several police officers suspended after the failed coup last July, Anadolu news agency reports.According to a police source quoted by the Turkish agency, experts from the Prosecutor's Office of Ankara and the Police Department analyzed data from Altintas mobile and established that it was in contact with eight users of ByLock, an application to send encrypted messages.This program is used by members of the so-called FETO, the organization of the Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen, which the Turkish authorities blame for the attempted coup.
Anadolu needs among the users of the application with whom he was in contact Altintas were five policemen, a commissioner and his assistant and one other person.And apparently the implication of the Gülen movement in the assassination could begin to lead to strong pressure from Turkey and Russia to extradite the CIA-backed opposition cleric and dismantle their entire network.That's how they tell us on Hispan TV ...Russia could demand US The extradition of Turkish dissident leader Fethullah Gülen in connection with the assassination of his ambassador to Turkey.While further research on the killing of Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov on Monday, a senior source in the Turkish presidency told the local daily Daily Sabah on Thursday that Russia will discuss Gülen's extradition request once Completed."The Russians are convinced that FETÖ (terrorist organization Fethulá Gülen, the name with which Ankara designates the gülenista brotherhood) is behind the assassination of the Russian ambassador. The Russian side may also initiate Gülen's extradition process from the United States , "the source said.According to the source, who preferred anonymity, this means a "global war against FETÖ" and that Washington will no longer be able to continue to ignore the request from both Turkey and Russia.Well, following the logic inherent in the narrative of the facts, everything would point out that indeed pro-Western forces (whether the CIA, Mossad, or Persian Gulf states) would be behind the assassination.In fact, a great part of the public opinion is intuited that this belief is quite a majority, at least among those who feel a certain proximity to the Russian side and usually follow their means. And obviously, that is what is believed in the mainstream of alternative Internet media.Therefore, it is easy to get on this car and follow the current without question.But we must have a critical spirit and ask questions about this attack, as we did in the previous attacks in Paris, Belgium and other European countries.To begin with, let's look at the tempo of the narrative.As you can see, all the pieces fit perfectly: they assassinate the Russian ambassador, two hours later the Turkish government accuses Gülen of the murder, Russia joins the accusations and within a few hours it begins to hint that the extradition of the cleric will be requested.Recall that Gülen is a CIA protégé, whose extradition would mean humiliation for the US and a serious blow to his credibility, since the US would not only accept to have given support to an alleged coup and murderer, but would also prove that he is not capable To offer protection or coverage to its allies and collaborators. And that would mean that less and less people would be willing to "work with the US and the CIA" , because at the slightest Russian pressure or a country with a certain weight, would betray their collaborators and abandon them to their fate. This would undermine the CIA's ability to influence and recruit abroad.Therefore, the United States should refuse, as far as possible, to extradite Gülen, so as not to be humiliated and not to impair his ability to influence international politics.And then what will be the Russian-Turkish response, if the US refuses to surrender its protege?You can already intuit: that Turkey will begin to move away from NATO, backed by a Russia "deeply hurt" by the murder of its ambassador and ready to offer full coverage to the government of Erdogan, "the evil criminal interference of America that respects nothing " .To all this, the main maneuvers occur when Obama is still president of the USA, so that Trump can blame the previous administration of all the disaster and be free of all responsibility.Do you see the possible play?Obviously, what we are saying, can be approached from two different points of view:FIRST: Either the attack has been perpetrated by the West (through FETO or whoever), or SECOND: this is a false Turkish-Russian flag operation, in order to justify the geo-strategic maneuver mentioned above.At the moment, both possibilities are plausible.However, we reiterate our doubts about some aspects of the assassination of Ambassador Kárlov.We continue to think that it is strange that they did not detect the links of the assassin Mevlüt Mert Altintas with the FETO movement for months and that, just two hours after the murder, the mayor of Ankara had left the links. It seems the Turkish-Russian version of "finding the passport of the terrorists in the places where they carry out the attacks" , as for example, has happened again in the attack with truck in the Christmas market of Berlin.Taking into account the generalized purges carried out by Erdogan in the country after the coup attempt, it is striking that they did not detect this policeman, who was communicating with other members of FETO.But what remains unexplained is that Ambassador Karlov was unprotected.It is true that Putin has come to the fore and justified Russia's failure to protect its ambassador:"Security to diplomats is provided only in the territory of the Embassy," said Russian President Vladimir Putin, explaining the absence of armed escorts near the Russian ambassador in Turkey, Andrei Kárlov, on the day of the assassination.But let's not fool ourselves: this does not explain why Turkey did not protect such a prominent figure as the Russian ambassador, after two days of demonstrations at the Russian embassy calling for revenge against Russia by Aleppo and after more than 400 bombings in one year and a half. And all this, knowing that Gülen's forces could seek such an attack and that the US and other countries would do anything to break the still fragile Russian-Turkish alliance.Whatever they say, no matter how you look at it, it is VERY SUSPICIOUS that neither Turks nor Russians properly protected Ambassador Kárlov. Turkey is not New Zealand, where peace and tranquility reign, but a state at war, whipped by terrorism and therefore, it is absolutely illogical for Karlov to attend a public act with no protection.And this is the point that makes us suspect all the narrative that is unfolding before us.However, we only have that: suspicions.We do not know what is really happening, nor do we know who is behind this murder.At the moment, it is so rational to support the idea that the US or its allies are behind the assassination to weaken the Turkish-Russian alliance, as to suspect the details surrounding the attack.Perhaps the best option is to wait for events ...
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