Why did Turkey shoot down the Russian Soukhoï 24 ?
- The leader of the Syrian YPG, Salih Muslim, who now lives in Turkey, has betrayed the ideals of Abdullah Öcallan, and has allied himself with France, the United Kingdom and Israël. He hopes to participate in the colonial project for Northern Syria, and implement the expulsion of 10 million Turkish Kurds to this new country.
- The command room of NATO’s Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC) in Torrejón (Spain).
- So far, Russia has only sold its S-400 Triumph to China and Algeria. These anti-aircraft missiles, (with the S-500) are the most efficicent in the world.
Keep in mind :
The destruction of the Soukhoï 24 by Turkey was no accident, but an operation which had been planned well in advance in order to push Russia out of the area destined to be occupied by France, Israël and the United Kingdom. NATO, which had been following in detail both the Russian operation against the Turkmen militias and the Turkish attack, chose not to intervene.
Far from folding under pressure, Russia has found in this skirmish both a motive and an opportunity to extend its military presence in Syria. In particular, it has deployed S-400 anti-aircraft missiles.
The strategies of Turkey, which the international Press has been ignoring for four years, are now publicly discussed (pillage of Syrian factories, installation of training camps for jihadists in Northern Syria, supervision of the jihadists, support for Al-Qaïda, smuggling of petrol to finance Daesh).
The Franco-Israelo-British operation has been interrupted. Coalition planes no longer fly over Syria.