All Too Predictable: NATO’s Plan to Force Turkey Into Their Syrian War
June 26, 2012
Last Friday saw a Turkish combat jet downed in the Mediterranean Sea by Syrian antiaircraft batteries. Syria insists that Turkey’s F-4 Phantom was shot down inside Syrian airspace.
It appears to be a baiting exercise by NATO, and for all intensive purposes, it has worked – so far.
Regardless of the facts surrounding this event, the western media machine and political operators will seek to quickly leverage this event in their efforts to move their inevitable Syrian bombardment project forward.
As was predicted within hours of the initial event last week, Infowars.com – whose analysis was once again days ahead of the mainstream media, accurately predicted that this incident would be used to pull the Turkey further into a central position in NATO’s plan to engage Syria:
If the West and NATO is to enforce a Libya-style ‘no fly-zone’ in Syria, then Turkey would be the tool of choice to run such an operation.
In case you missed it last Friday, here is the report hours after the incident – another example of how this website sit much further ahead of the geopolitical analytical curve than the whole the multi billion dollar-capitalized mainstream media: