Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Within context of a most recent blog entry consider this item from the Alexander Boot blog:
"Two words on the murder in Ankara: Franz Ferdinand"
"A Russian commentator has posted this laconic comment on the murder of Ambassador Karlov by yet another exponent of the religion of peace."
"That was the briefest but far from only parallel drawn by various observers between the assassination of Ambassador Karlov and that of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in 1914. Since the earlier event set off the First World War, the implication is sinister: there may be war."
TENSIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY ALREADY STRAINED. THE ASSASSINATION ONLY EXACERBATES A TENSE SITUATION!
One event sets off a chain-reaction the consequences of which can be catastrophic.
The assassin identified as a Uighur [Wee-ghar]? The Russians claim the deed was accomplished by a foreign secret service. As it was for the Archduke so is it too for Ambassador Karlov?
Think also Gladio and specifically so those Turkish elements of Gladio? Could it be that?
Hope and pray this does not escalate. Cooler heads need to prevail.
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