Ankara Bombing: the False Flag that Failed.

Army service buses burn after an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Feb. 17, 2016. Defne Karadeniz—Getty Images
Army service buses burn after an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Feb. 17, 2016. Defne Karadeniz—Getty Images
Euronews image of bus damaged in the Ankara blast.
Euronews image of bus damaged in the Ankara blast.
Rescuers and bystanders in the immediate aftermath of the Ankara attack.
Rescuers and bystanders in the immediate aftermath of the Ankara attack.

February 20th, 2016.

“After this, we hope our allies will see the YPG as the extension of the terrorist organization PKK. … Those who see an organization that is the enemy of Turkey as friendly will lose Turkey’s friendship.”

Turkish Prime Minster Ahmet Davotoglu. February 18th, 2016. (Source)

the Ankara False Flag Flopped.

In  one of the most amazing investigations in human history the Turkish Government managed to wholesale solve the Ankara bombing attack within 24 hours of the blast.

 

The presumably mangled remnants of the bomber were positively identified, the cell supporting was found and arrested and the evidence was complied in a dossier to be presented to the United Nations as part of an attempt to have the YPG designated as a terrorist organisation. The overall goal was undoubtedly to cause the US to end their alliance with the YPG and rejoin Al Nusra, Isis, Turkey and Saudi Arabia in a war against Russia and Iran over Syria.

 

Erdoğan says no doubt YPG behind Ankara attack, urges allies to label PYD as terrorist group

The US treats the claims of Turkey with contempt.

Statements from the US State Department make it crystal clear that the Ankara attack failed in it’s objective to cause the US to cut ties with the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia and fall in line with Turkey’s interests in Syria.

State Department Spokesman John Kirby indicated in the briefing of February 18th that the US regards the identity of the Ankara perpetrators as “an open question” showing that the US does not accept the”YPG did it” narrative Turkey has manufactured.

“With respect to the claims of responsibility, we’re in no position to confirm or deny the assertions made by the Turkish Government with respect to responsibility. As far as we know, that’s – as far as we’re concerned, that’s still an open question. And we understand that there’s an investigation ongoing, so I’m not in a position one way or another to ascribe responsibility.”

Daily Press Briefing – February 18, 2016

Further to that, Kirby indicated that the status of the YPG has not changed in the eyes of the US, that “they remain an important ally against the Islamic State group.” The understudy followed this on the 19th with:

They have been very effective partners on the ground in northern Syria, as part of a broader group of forces fighting in northern Syria, in pushing back ISIL. And we’ve not seen, in our assessment, any inclination for them to do anything else other than take the fight to Daesh.”

Daily Press Briefing – February 19, 2016

So it is over, they have failed again.

US has not yet assigned blame for Turkey attack, White House says

Turkey-US dispute over Syrian Kurdish PYD widens

Turkish Groups Claim of Responsibility Completely Contradicts Government Narrative.

After a silence that lasted several embarrassing days a claim of responsibility for the Ankara attack was made by a Kurdish splinter group named the Kurdestan Freedom Falcons (Teyrênbazê Azadiya Kurdistan‎) or TAK.

TAK claims responsibility for Ankara bombing

This group were last in the news in December 2015 when they were blamed for a mortar attack on an Istanbul airport that left one civilian worker dead and another injured. That attack was itself somewhat odd as there was a dispute as to whether the casualties were caused by a bomb or mortar attack.

Prosecutor’s office denies reports that mortar attack caused İstanbul airport blast

The previous incidents attributed to the TAK date back to 2011 and 2012, two bomb attacks on security forces targets that left two victims dead and several wounded between them.

So it seems highly unlikely that the TAK went from being able to kill one or two soldiers at best to being able to penetrate the major Government zone in Ankara near the parliament and launch such a devastating attack.

Never having heard of them before today I have not had a chance to investigate the TAK but I have previously come across the fact that the PKK were themselves the beneficiary of historical assistance from Turkish intelligence.

Abdullah Ocalan: Is The Famed Kurdish Leader A Double Agent Working For Turkish Intelligence Against His Own Party, The PKK?

Key Contradictions.

The TAK claim directly contradicts the claims made about the attack by the Turkish leadership in several core areas.

Turkey claimed the bomber was a Syrian Kurd named Salih Necar, the TAK claim the bomber was a Turkish native named Abdülbaki Sönmez a 26 year old from the eastern town named Van. (Source)

The claim also contradicts the Turkish claims that the Syrian YPG were involved and removes all the elements of the story that relate to Syria.

The claim is likely a face saving move concocted by an unknown intelligence agency. It is a compromise.

Either the TAK or the Government of Turkey are lying about the authors of the Ankara attack, that is clear.

Turkey should have understood that ISIS are the only currently acceptable all purpose patsy who can safely be blamed for almost any act of violence anywhere. False flags that do not support the core War on Terror Mk.2  narrative are given short shrift.

The Western media were completely bewildered,unsure what brand of propaganda message they were expected to deliver. Several in Australai  chose to edit the US/YPG relationship from the story entirely and present to their readers the narrative of the YPG as a Russian and Syrian proxy. The local Murdoch rags printed a story(no byline,no agency even) that edited the core story, the dispute between the US and Turkey over the status of the YPG entirely, and framed the story this way: “(Turkish PM) Davotoglu…warned Russia, which Turkey accuses of backing the YPG that Moscow would be held responsible for future attacks.” etc.

They have completely mischaracterised the YPG, edited from the story the far longer and more extensive US/YPG relationship, which is the core issue, accepted at face value the laughable claim of the Turkish Government and then insinuated that the YPG are a Russian proxy, which is utter crap and anyone who pays any attention at all knows it is simply crap.

Syrian Kurds reject involvement in Ankara blast

The War in Syria is almost over and the carve up is underway.

The infantile nature of these people would be amusing were it not so dangerous, but the US has taken a position and it is that they will let Russia, Syria and Iran win in Syria in return for a pro-US Kurdish autonomous zone in North eastern Syria.

The Saudis and Turks can either try and stage another Neoconservative coup in the United States or they can come to terms with the reality of the situation. Hopefully the latter, but the point is a position has been taken. It is over, it is not happening so they should just accept defeat and try and salvage what they can of their own futures.

Legitimate Concerns?

As far as Turkey’s concerns about a Kurdish statelet on their southern border, these are legitimate concerns, however Turkey long ago voided that card when it cynically chose to support the Syrian jihadists in their criminal attempt to overthrow the Syrian state.

If Turkey valued stability they should not have been trying to destroy Syria with their army of mercenaries and brainwashed fools. Their actions created the vacuum into which the militants seized territory and opened the door to the Kurds of the North to fill the void assisted by the US.

By choosing to support the violent overthrow of Syria, Turkey lost the right to whine about the “wrong people” filling the vacuum they helped create.

Conspiracy Theories.

Stories in the pro “Caliph” Erdogan media suggest that the Government is trying to promote the “Russia and Syria did it ” conspiracy theory and it seems some people in Turkey are actually buying that nonsense.

“Some intelligence sources in Ankara believe the bombing could be an act by Syrian military intelligence, perhaps backed by Russia. After all, the explosion took place very close to the air force command, which could be taken as a message of retribution for Turkey’s Nov. 24 downing of a Russian fighter jet”(Source)

Logic and reality show us that Russia is not seeking a war with Turkey, it is doing the opposite.

If Russia wanted to attack Turkey they would have bombed the Turkish Artillery pieces sitting out in the open in the border region shelling Syria.

Raining Shells: Turkish army fires on Kurdish forces in Syria

Car bombs.

There have been apparent PKK car bombs in recent times, a massive attack in Diyarbakir tore the front off the local police station and left civilians and police dead in January.

Turkey: At least 5 dead, 36 injured in blast at Cinar police department in Diyarbakir

This is a regrettable incident but an attack on a security target (civilians died) in a war zone during a war is a completely different kettle of fish to a massive car bomb deep inside the security zone of the capital, within hundreds of feet of the parliament and military headquarters.

The Diyarbakir bombing was not a major news story in the West, on the contrary it was ignored and the Government of Turkey did not try and utilise the attack for political gain. The atmospheric difference between genuine guerrilla attacks and synthetic terror are stark and represent part of a broad repeating pattern.

Conclusion.

We know from a fifty year history of synthetic terror that when a “game changing” event arises at the perfect time and is cynically exploited by people who solve the crime with remarkable speed that it is almost certain that these same people or their cut-outs were responsible for the event that is being exploited to achieve their stated goals.

Russia is not seeking to enter or attack Turkey, merely to defeat the enemies of Syria in Syria. Russia has decided to try and avoid conflict with Turkey. Multiple provocations have been ignored, Turkey’s attempt to end the US/YPG alliance and their repeated requests for the US to choose between they and the Syrian Kurds show how arrogant and deluded the Ankara Government have become.

This was merely another failed provocation and like the steady stream of media lies, can be expected to continue until the war is over.

Russia Defense Report – Feb. 20, 2016: Russian Military Grouping in Syria

10 thoughts on “Ankara Bombing: the False Flag that Failed.

  1. Can we sigh some Syria-relief yet? Seems near.

    The ‘brand of propaganda message’ found wanting, must be a break on some f.f.’s. And with what probably happened here impetus for reverse gears. Next (pob. done); false-flags to discredit the country, in forcing them into a vulnerability and looking complicit/instigators, while leaving them no choice but to blame xyz. When all along… ???

    It does seem crazy that the media… (oh hold on, I’m using a logic called common-sense, not bought-sense) …wont question, the counteraction the accused bring upon themselves? Yet it’s all about how important MSM are and the destruction is all about shaping their ‘reports’? Therefore, the more they do shallow and simplistic, the more the bombs. The media is, the message-ers.

    The window for “believe-us-because” is becoming ever-shorter. “Russia bomb hospital….” gained a war-crimes-cry. Outcome? Result? Not-a-lot and increasingly less. The bursts of purpose, swifter in duration – and louder.

    Now ‘we have’ – ‘Kurdistan Freedom Hawks, once affiliated to outlawed Kurdistan Workers party, say bomb was response to Turkish policies…’ Well, they took their time? Which I thought, wasn’t the ideal tactic, when undertaking this disgusting spectacle of hate? And are they connected to the PKK – and what you note above? Could they be infiltrated by who-knows what? And thereby…

    I assume the attacks on tourism will not, by Govt. rogue or otherwise, be tolerated – without clearly out-weighing the cost of inside opposition among their immediate ranks? But then who knows? Globalists in the Turkish wing/if the hands, could easily care little or less for their homelands than their – tranced-into, or blackmailed – Global-ism.

    Keep us posted. And proclaiming. Please. Thanks. Mark.

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    • Many thanks for that comment Mark. The whole thing is a bloody mess and the sooner it ends the better. You make a great point here “It does seem crazy that the media… (oh hold on, I’m using a logic called common-sense, not bought-sense) …wont question, the counteraction the accused bring upon themselves? Yet it’s all about how important MSM are and the destruction is all about shaping their ‘reports’? Therefore, the more they do shallow and simplistic, the more the bombs. The media is, the message-ers.”
      If the media started to do their job, the bombs would probably all but stop. I do not believe for one second that the Kurdestan freedom Hawks did it, although it cannot be hard proven that they did not, but ultimately,blowing up a bunch of soldiers does not win a war, it simply pisses off and motivates the victims to strike back harder, it makes your enemies look righteous and justifies their cause.People do things that are not in their interest all the time of course but it doesn’t work for me. Thanks for comment.

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  2. Excellent breakdown!!!! But don’t count out the Ziocons in Washington yet, there’s still months to go before election. Last week it came out that they had tried to repeat the hostage deal from Reagan’s win with the sailors Iran had detained (for mere hours) by trying to get them not to release them until after US elections this year. One thing missed or not widely talked about is that Turkey has a sizable lobby in US just like Israel and Saudi – major businesses have a say for Turkey. That’s why US has never publicly recognized the Armenian genocide. So, if the “Sultan” can’t get his way with floppy false flags he might turn to some of his friends in US politics.
    As for those “intelligence sources in Ankara believe the bombing could be an act by Syrian military intelligence, perhaps backed by Russia. After all, the explosion took place very close to the air force command, which could be taken as a message of retribution for Turkey’s Nov. 24 downing of a Russian fighter jet”: And we are to believe that the sneaky Russkies turned to using unreliable car bombs that they have no way of controlling in Turkey??? WOW – yep I’m that dumb NOT. With all the military and intelligence agencies around the world trying to fight DAESH the only one that continually makes arrests before attacks is Russia. Syrian intelligence has their hands full with fighting DAESH , AQ and all of their supporting brigades inside Syria. They have no room or time for dealing with Turkish trouble. This may however explain why Turkey’s intelligence can’t pull off a false flag attack – the level of intelligence seems in need of upgrading.

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    • Thanks for that silver palomino, your point about the Turkey lobby is a good one. This piece may turn out to have been completely incorrect. You make a very good point about arrests in Russia. I think that the Turkish intelligence needs to go to “Mossad school” and learn about deception as they make things so obvious. Thanks for comment.

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