Western Propagandists Attempt to Trigger Catastrophic Turkish-Syrian War
Bloomberg, Guardian, Ynet, all air unconfirmed report on “agreement” for Turkish-Syrian “buffer zone.”
Tony Cartalucci, Contributor
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Bloomberg, Guardian, Ynet, and others are all posting in their headlines an identical unconfirmed report that Turkey and Syria have “agreed” to establish a 6-mile-wide “buffer zone” running the length of the Turkish-Syrian border.
The report states specifically (emphasis added):
The Syrian government has told its military to keep aircraft at least six miles (10 kilometers) from Turkey’s borders after a deadly shelling incident left five Turks dead, according to the Turkish news website Today’s Zaman.
The news site cited Turkey’s ntvmsnbc.com, which quoted ‘reliable sources’ yesterday as saying that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has ordered its warplanes and helicopters to honor the buffer. Neither Turkey’s government nor Syrian officials confirmed the report.