Turkish dictator Recep “Gollum” Erdogan
The Guardian article from February 6, 2018, titled “Biggest airstrikes in a year hit Syria after rebels shoot down Russian jet” claims that “Russian and Syrian jets have bombed up to 18 towns across north-west Syria, devastating civilian areas and forcing fresh waves of refugees to flee”. According to the journalists Martin Chulov and Kareem Shahee, a series of devastating airstrikes have been carried out in the northwest of Idlib province. “Nine people were treated for symptoms of chlorine exposure after a bomb was dropped on the town of Saraqeb by a helicopter”, they claim.
Inside Syria Media Center has tried to get to the bottom of the adequacy of this information and determine whether it is credible. […]
Rare and precious as the sight of the winged horse Pegasus in flight, a skittish doe in mid-Manhattan, or Miley Cyrus with her tongue in her mouth, it’s nice to know we still have some real life journalists out there, plus a real life congresswoman and congressman out there… […]
The Republic of Turkey has massed thousands of its military forces around the Syrian city of Manbij in preparation for an imminent attack against this illegally occupied American zone—that, in turn, has led the United States to promise that it will immediately retaliate against—but with none of the people in the US being allowed to know that this coming total war between these two NATO allies has nothing at all to do with Syria, but, instead, is about the most powerful CIA spy ever captured named Andrew Brunson—and whose just begun trial in Turkey has so terrified the American shadow government “Deep State”, fully three-quarters of US Senators (who never agree on anything) have now joined to threaten the Turkish government if Brunson isn’t immediately released. […]