Su-24: ISIL Stooge Turkey Will Pay Dearly
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The only fact restraining Russia from turning the spot with the cannibal headchopping jihadis on the Syrian-Turkish border into hell was the unclear situation with the second Russian pilot. Now it was confirmed he is safe, and Russia’s hands were freed.
By Alexander Kravtsov
November 24 became a tragic date for the Russian campaign in Syria. Barely anyone could have thought that Russia would have been stabbed in the back by a friendly country – but the bloody Turkish government crossed the line. Citing an airspace breach by a Su-24, a Turkish F-16 shot down the helpless Russian bomber unable to engage in an effective dogfight. If that bastard should have had a go at Su-34, a modern bomber capable of self-defense, – and the media would now be crying wolf over the wreckage of the Turkish attacker.
Italian senator Roberto Calderoli: today Turkey officially started supporting #ISIS . #stabintheback
— Eugene Podolsky (@ItzMotherRussia) November 24, 2015
So Turks have been shaking the air with claims that they allegedly warned the “unknown plane 10 times in 5 minutes” before destroying it – and they have provided no evidence at all! Learn some math to produce a more plausible fake – a simple calculation proves that a Russian Su-24 would have crossed the purported area in a dozen of seconds. In its turn, the Russian Defense Ministry has lodged technical evidence that the plane was shot down one km away from the Turkish border in the Syrian airspace, covered three kms more and fell four kms away in Syria.
Even a CNN map clearly shows it. And even the US, Turkey’s closest NATO ally, has stated that the Russian plane was shot down in Syria.
Then those beardy tormentors published the video of shooting at the two parachuting pilots with yells “Allahu Akbar”. And a video with the riddled and mutilated body of one of the pilots and a long-bearded butcher freaking out that the pilot had died before they could burn him alive. And blood-chilling photos…
Russia sent a Mi-8 chopper for a rescue mission and it fell into an ambush and was caught in a heavy crossfire – the helicopter made an emergency landing and one of the marines aboard was killed.
The way the shootings were filmed proves that the provocation was planned in advance. In fact, NATO attacked Russia. Washington has disowned the accident. But what flashes in my mind is John Kerry’s remark on September 29 that Russian planes would “fall out of the sky in Syria”. Moreover, on October 5 Kerry in fact backed Turkey’s “rights” to shoot down trespassing Russian planes. Hey Washington, your horns are too big to be hidden.
The Turkish Dumb and Dumber, PM Davutoglu and president Erdogan, said their country exerted its right of self-defense. But don’t you two dogs understand that your jets violate Greece’s airspace on a regular basis dozens of times? Don’t try to hide your stooging for the US under your “bla-bla-bla security” jukebox.
Turkish violations of Greek airspace #IStandWithRussia pic.twitter.com/P2GprMUyu7
— Vasily Koledov (@Vasily_BRIC) November 25, 2015
Turkey is disliked by virtually all of its neighbours:Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Armenia, Syria, Kurds and Iran.Think about it. #Russianplane
— Marcus Papadopoulos (@DrMarcusP) November 24, 2015
The global reaction was as predictable as ever. Worries, calls for diplomacy and other stupid usual ritual speeches no one cares about.
As for Turkey… I hope that shooting the plane, it shot dead its long-lasting European dream.
#IStandWithRussia The cowardly actions by Turkey will not stop Russia from fighting ISIS & helping Syria pic.twitter.com/fRjOKHkQ4I
— Andrey (@Andreyp_p) November 24, 2015
As for Russia… Russia must retaliate. The anger and hatred are exponentially growing in the Russian society, they are in the air, almost tangible. People have taken the death of the servicemen personally. Turkey will get a vendetta. It will pay, and it will pay dearly. Putin warned about consequences – and they will be fierce and inevitable. Don’t make Putin angry.
First, Russia will cut a tourist inflow to Turkey – say goodbye to the thickest pillar in your tourist income, as Russians will not tolerate lying on the same beach with recovering ISIL terrorists. Four million Russian tourists left 10 billion dollars in Turkey annually – forget about it!
RT @SeanDavisWTTV: #IStandWithRussia in memory of the #russian #pilot killed by #Turkey pic.twitter.com/dL51OeeB5Z
— Rule 68 (@Hello_Titanium) November 25, 2015
Second, no South Stream any more. At least with Turkey among the shareholders.
Third, Russsia should reconsider whether it’s worthy building Turkey’s first NPP Akkuyu. The Turkish economy relies on Russian gas by 50% and grows by 8% annually – it shouldn’t be fuelled now.
Fourth, Moscow must impose severe sanctions on Turkish clothing and agriculture.
What happened today explained in one picture #Russia #Turkey #IStandWithRussia pic.twitter.com/d0vd0YB2nd
— Beware The Tiger (@Souria4Syrians) November 24, 2015
And the fifth, Russia must punish Turkey militarily – and the punishment must be both merciless and vividly exemplary so that the whole world will grasp – don’t you ever try to slap Russia. Most importantly, Russia must act in cold blood. The first step must be the total annihilation of ISIL oil tankers and routes leading to Turkey – as Ankara has enough bravery and “untarhished conscienece” to buy crude from the terrorists for dumped prices. All the sphere of Turkish influence in Syria must be razed to the ground – including the “Turkomans” Ankara had been so loudly complaining about. You said Russia bombed them? It’s time you see it happen. And why doesn’t Russia support the Kurdish movement for independence from Turkey that includes snatching a piece of its territory? Let’s send some democracy in there.
#УдарВСпину #Эрдоган #Турция #НАТО #ИГИЛ #Су24 #Erdogan #ISIS #Daesh #NATO pic.twitter.com/bgC893KqaX
— Илья Белоус (@iliabelous) November 24, 2015
The death of the Russian warriors will be avenged.
Turkey has awakened the bear. The bear is very angry. And the bear will crush.
Disclaimer: the views and opinions contained in this article are those of the author. They do not necessarily represent the views of Russian Accent.
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