False flag op? Audio Leak Reveals Turkish Intelligence Chief and FM Planning to Attack Own Soil to Start War

27 March 2014 — Good Morning Turkey

[The following is the leaked transcription of secretly recorded conversations of top Turkish government officials contemplating a false flag operation that would implicate Syria in an attack on Turkey. Source? The Russians? WB]

A new audio leak reveals secret conversations which allegedly took place between intelligence chief Hakan Fidan, FM Ahmet Davutoglu, FM undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioglu and General Yasar Güler. In the leaked audio they talk about arming Syrian rebels and attacking Turkish soil for casus belli if necessary.

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Obama’s speech on Ukraine: Propaganda and lies By Patrick Martin

27 March 2014 — WSWS 

The speech delivered by President Barack Obama in Brussels Wednesday was a call to arms for a US-NATO confrontation against Russia. With a series of lies and evasions, Obama presented a world turned upside down in which the US and European imperialists, who backed the coup in Ukraine spearheaded by fascistic forces, are the defenders of democracy and peace.

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Controlling the Lens: The Media War Being Fought Over Ukraine Between the Western Bloc and Russia By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

27 March 2014 — Global Research

The BBC and CNN versus RT

Governments and major corporations control or, at least, try to manipulate public opinion and discursive processes through mass media communication. They also wage information wars through the use of mass media communication. Like other geopolitical events, this is the case concerning the Ukrainian anti-government protests and the proceeding February 2014 coup in Kiev. This information war is a contest where the international news networks and major newspapers act as armies, the weapons being used are the media, and the frontline is the interactive space known as the public sphere. Radio frequencies, air waves, satellite feeds, social media, cellular or mobile phone uploads, communication networks, and the internet are all part of the war.

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Syria: Erdogan’s Invasion Plans Revealed

27 March 2014 — Moon of Alabama

On March 23 AlQaeda affiliated groups crossed the border from Turkey and attacked the western Syrian province of Latakia. They seized the Kasab border crossing and the Armenian town of Kessab. People there fled as the Jihadist removed the crosses from the Armenian churches and replaced them with their black flag. The Jihadist groups were given artillery support and anti-air cover from Turkey. A Syrian jet on a bombing run against the Jihadists was shot down by the Turkish air-force.

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Gaza Friends: Israel Put on Notice Throughout the World

27 March 2014

Internationals from 20 countries came to Istanbul to hear testimony on March 27, 2014 against Israeli officials and to offer their support to the victims on board the Mavi Marmara. Many of these supporters had also been attacked on other flotilla boats; suffering wounds, unlawful detention, torture and theft of money, credit cards and possessions at the hands of the Israeli militants.

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VTJP Occupied Palestine and Israel: News and Articles 26 March 2014: Analysis: Demolishing homes, demolishing peace

26 March 2014 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Woman Injured after Being Rammed by Settler’s Car near Bethlehem
IMEMC – [Wednesday Evening, March 26, 2014] Palestinian medical sources have reported that a 55-year-old woman was moderately injured, after being hit by a settler’s car in Teqoua’ village, east of the West Bank city of Bethlehem. …
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What Really Happened in Ukraine? By Jack A. Smith

26 March 2014 — Dissident Voice

The West must understand that, to Russia, Ukraine can never be just a foreign country. Russian history began in what was called Kievan-Rus. The Russian religion spread from there. Ukraine has been part of Russia for centuries, and their histories were intertwined before then. — Henry Kissinger, Washington Post, March 6, 2014

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