Tuesday, 12 January 2016


On 12 January 2016, a 'terrorist' attack took place in Istanbul's Sultanahmet Square district (above).

Following the attack, the Turkish government imposed a broadcast ban on news about the bombing.


Police officers blocked journalists from entering the square and asked them to refrain from taking photographs and video because of a nationwide broadcast ban.

"Turkish soldier cooperating with ISIS"

The Turkish government is blaming ISIS for the attack, and yet the Turkish government has been helping ISIS.

(Here is a long list of evidence of Turkish support for Isis in Syria.)

Thus, the Turkish government may have arranged the attack in order to:

(1) fool people into thinking that the Erdogan government does not really support ISIS.

(2) justify Turkish intervention in Syria.

An alternative theory is that Israel used its Turkish assets to carry out the attack and thus weaken Turkey.

Israel wants part of Turkey in its Greater Israel.

Most of those killed in the Istanbul attack were German tourists.

The CIA reportedly wants Angela Merkel to be toppled, and, reportedly wants Turkey broken up.

According to Voltairenet:

"Turkey has been slated to be weakened and divided - just as the US, NATO, and Israel have envisaged in their project to create a new 'Middle East'...

"Turkey itself is a major target for destabilization, upheaval, and finally balkanization through its participation in the US-led siege against Syria..."


Prof. Dr. Umit Ozdag has stated that:

"The US aims to establish a federal Turkey instead of unitary Turkish state".

Nationalist Prof. Ozdag: The US is Behind the Ergenekon Operation

It looks like there is a PLOT TO SPLIT UP TURKEY?

Our advice to tourists: AVOID TURKEY!

There is more trouble to come.


  1. "Israel wants part of Turkey in its Greater Israel."

    Exactly and they are using Kurds as tools for that, as Ive said a few times.

  2. As you have previously pointed out, we must not forget Erdogan is a Crypto-Jew.


  3. http://albainternazionale.blogspot.it/2016/01/il-solito-copione-teatrale-ottomano.html