Killing of Andrey Karlov: Anyone Remember John Kirby Threatening Russia with “More Body Bags” If They Messed Up Our Regime Change Plans?

by Scott Creighton

The gunman (left, in the background) was seen standing behind Andrei Karlov, 62, main, moments before he opened fire

A coward waits to take his shot

So an “off duty” Special Forces cop in Turkey was working security for an event featuring Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov and standing directly behind him when he took out his service pistol and executed the Russian diplomat on the eve of a very important meeting between Russia, Turkey and Iran on the subject of what to do next in Syria.

For all intents and purposes, the occupation of east Aleppo by our proxy regime change terrorists ended this weekend as the UNSC member states agreed to a cease-fire and evacuation plan which would see all of President Obama’s “moderate” terrorists bused out of Aleppo.

(You can see all my latest updates on the situation here)

Apparently the shooter, identified as 22-year-old Mevlut Mert Altintas, said things like “We will not forget Aleppo, we will not forget Syria,”  and “No one can be safe as long as our brothers there are not. Get out of my way.” in Turkish before screaming in Arabic “Allahü Akbar!” (God is great!), and quoted a follower of the Prophet Mohamad, ‘We are the ones who pledged Bai’a (fealty) to Mohammed on the terms of jihad as long as we live.”

Altintas graduated from the Special Forces academy back in 2014.

Why would he be talking about Russia killing “us” in Aleppo? Is the Turkish police department in the habit of hiring merc Takfari terrorists in their Special Forces division? Or does that have something to do with those 14 US coalition forces members being caught with the terrorists over there just recently?

Remember back in late Sept. of this year when John Kerry was upset because it looked like the Russians were going to wipe out all of the CIA’s “moderate” terrorists in Aleppo? State Department Spokesman John Kirby got downright rude when he said Russia was going to be sending people home in “body bags” if they didn’t cooperate with Uncle Sam on Syria and stop killing John Brennan’s contractors.

Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft,John Kirby

So let me get this straight… a Special Forces cop is assigned to protect the Russian ambassador, he kills the Russian ambassador, says it’s because Russia stopped the CIA-backed regime change operation in Syria… and John Kirby predicted Russians would “go home in body bags” if Russia didn’t stop messing up their regime change operation in Aleppo.

Did I hear that right?

Thought so.

Oh yeah, the officer is reportedly one of those fired after the CIA’s failed coup earlier this year.

That’s almost too neatly bundled, now isn’t it? All they need for that one is a nifty little bow for Christmas.

Here’s an interesting side note:

Why do you think it is that so many of America’s oligarchs and their puppet politicians want to regime change Syria so badly? Gee, I don’t know… that blue line doesn’t go STRAIGHT THROUGH ALEPPO does it? Oh yeah, it does

19 Responses

  1. I apologize for what may be an ignorant question:
    Which, what, ‘special forces’? Trained at what special forces site, SOA (sorry, Western Hemisphere blahblahblah for Security Whatever)?
    I don’t do the credit card, I’ve sent you an email b4 about just sending you some cash (don’t get excited, im just a musician, you’re not choking a horse with it), anyway check it out and get back and I’ll be happy to send a meager, but sincere, benefaction!

    • that’s a good question. we are sharing training with police units in other countries all the time. I wonder if some of our “heroic” FBI boys or those Special Operations guys from NYC were over there training him anytime in the recent past.

  2. First Ankara, then Berlin. On the same day. Truck had Polish license plates. My, my…a busy day for black ops. Poland incidentally is swarming with US personnel, as are the Baltic republics and Hungary and Romania.

  3. EXTREMELY interesting that the Ambassador did not have Russian bodyguards to instantly incapacitate the shooter, at a public event in a country rife with terrorism and having several anti-Russian factions, with no rear exit in the art gallery, in a country that just recently shot down a Russian plane and has been facilitating a war against a country where Russia has a major naval base. I guess ‘not believable’ would be more accurate. Did the Russians want him dead? Seems like maybe at very least they didn’t care to provide him security for some reason.

    • from what I understand there was a contingent of Turkish security there with the ambassador. I’m not sure of that yet, but that is what I have heard thus far which begs the question why didn’t they shoot him right then and there?

  4. Hello Scott,
    When I heard that the assassin of the Russian ambassador
    said something to the effect of ‘remember Aleppo ( or was it the Alamo, or the Maine:- I then heard about a truck plowing into people in Berlin (pulling a Nice, Fr). My first thought was that it was planned to divert attention away from the assassination so something else would hog the headlines, and the questions about who was behind it.

    If the US was then it’s an act of war, trying to provoke Russia into retaliating so the US could act the victim.

  5. i just wish to be clear to all gestapo pentagon CIAdevil bankster / stooge bureaucrats/ military punk drone murderers…
    trumf / killary / obamination / DEATH TO EVIL Dollar amerika .

    Let’s get out of here now.

  6. Sorry the rant above wrongly placed!

    Specifically, this seems rather a STAGED shoot.
    The Big Guy just flinches & drops, no flopping around.
    Where’s the blood, should be spurting…?

    i vote for Extinction of the entire Damned ‘human’ species

    • Depends on what your definition of “STAGED” means. Remember Obama did say to Putin “cut it out” Haha. He also said he would retaliate in ways that no one would know. Like maybe kill a friend of his? Yes its staged. There is reason to believe the video of the shooting was done with a green screen.

      If you download the video from youtube and replay on Quicktime you can advance frame by frame and judge for yourself.

      Here is what I saw in just a few minutes. (seconds:frames)
      05:12 – 05:23 Static frames and no sound
      05:24 Whiteout transition
      05:25 – 06:03 Static frames and no sound
      06:04 Jump cut
      06:09 – 06:22 Freeze frame again
      06:23 Jump cut
      19:26 Walks right through a tripod.

      It was definitely edited. It also looks like green screen rendering in a lot of places. I know its stretches most people’s imagination to believe all the players collude to sell us the bullshit. But once you get a pair of those They Live sunglasses its hard not to see.

      You do have to sign to view I think. At least I did.

      • Thank you, Aris Tocles. I wear those sunglasses, but over the last 24 hours I thought I was the only one. 🙂

      • it’s possible the whole thing was staged and that leads us to a couple different scenarios to explain it:

        1. the ambassador is working with CIA/NATO/Turkish authorities to push for tighter terrorism laws in Turkey and trying to drive wedge between Erdogan and Putin
        2. Russia and Turkey staged it to fight CIA’s fire with fire of their own. Strengthens their bond with Turkish/Russian public and alienates West because everyone assumes West did it

        If it was staged, and it may have been (but yes, bodies can drop that way and yes, look at the picture of the ambassador lying on the floor… small amount of what looks like blood beneath his head… could be stage blood… but could be real as well) the only reading that makes sense is it was staged with Russia’s approval and compliance. nothing else works because ambassador’s body had to be returned.

        • The private exhibit at the Ankara Museum of Art was titled “Russia Through Turks’ Eyes”. No wait it was called “From Kaliningrad to Kamchatka, from the eyes of travellers”, Yea that is what it was called. And the AP photographer who caught the iconic photos? He said he was there because it was on his way home from the Ankara office. And to add to the bullshit, the Deney Terrio posing gunman invoked the Usama (no that was the spelling before Obama) Osama saying, “you will not have security, even in your dreams until we live it in reality in our countries.”

          3. Its all bullshit.

          • yes but bullshit from whom? if the CIA/Gulenists in Turkey decided to whack a Russian diplomat, do you think they would have the guy say something about Gulen or something relating to “ISIS”? And yes, the cameraman’s efforts are extremely suspect as I have pointed out.

            But that in and of itself does not mean the man wasn’t shot. It doesn’t prove he was, it doesn’t prove he wasn’t. The prevailing evidence could go either way, but one way or another, the killing of the guy, his background, the fact that no one there shot him immediately, the behavior of the cameraman,the ridiculous statements he made afterward… it was clearly scripted. By whom is the question.

            • …from whom? These guys vs those guys are just part of the script. Who is the protagonist, who is the antagonist? It all depends on the recipient. Is it the West vs East? Is it NATO vs SCO? Is it BRICS vs World Bank? Is it the Harlem Globetrotters vs Washington Generals? Is it Haus Targaryen vs Haus Stark? Jeeze can’t you see its all made up. It always has been. This whole fake news bullshit is just Corparrot News against Fauxlternative News. They both play for the same league. They are just different teams. Sure the Fake News List is pro Russian and anti-US/Anglo Establishment. That is their script. Ever hear of the New Eastern Outlook?

              Sometimes you get some cookies from wikidpedia

              New Eastern Outlook – Online journal published by the Institute
              This outfit basically manages or handles the whole Fauxlternative Media Sphere for the Russian government. Just look who their contributors and partner web sites are. Strategic Culture Org, Veterans Today, Fourth Media, Global Research, Corbett Report, Activist Post, RT, Redice etc. Take a random author or interview guest, search on that person. Do you see the network now? Even the latest heroine of the oppressed Eva Bartlett gets interviewed by Ry Dawson. Before she lived in Gaza independently she worked for one of those Free Tibet agencies.

              But contrast all the West vs East propaganda and ask yourself why do they collude on space bullshit? How does “Snowden” get to and remain in Russia? (And get interviewed by so many journalists) Why is there virtually no disagreement in UNSC votes? Because it is all bullshit. You might as well write about Frank Underwood or what is going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They are just as real as believing ALL the world governments, international corporations, and central banks are not playing us plebes as fools and using us for tax harvesting and usury profits. Its a big club, and you and I are not in it.

  7. This reeks of an inside job. Not only did the alleged shooter gain access with a gun, he was able to spout BS while standing over the dead ambassador. Where in hell was the security detail and why didn’t they wound him, instead of doing the cardinal rule of assassinations, kill the assassin so he/she can’t talk.

    As for the NG pipeline, why not snake it thru Jordan to the Israeli port of Haifa, that would avoid Syria.
    The invasion of Syria by the USA and it’s ‘Coalition of the Killing’ is about Israel more than some NG pipeline.

  8. There was an interesting tidbit today that came from a columnist of the turkish Daily, Hürriyet.

    He asserts that the would be assassin had worked as security detail for Erdogan on 8 occasions since the failed coup back in May.

    If true, this could mean that the assassination of the Russian ambassador, which, by itself, does not really accomplish much in affecting Turkish Russian relations, might have been a very in-your-face warning to Erdogan, displaying how close within his “safe zone” they have their agents, and how quickly he can be gunned down…

    Peculiarly, this assertion is absent from the same columnist’s article, on the same day, in the English version of the paper Hürriyet Daily News

    However, in the English language article, there s a noteworthy comment about the Russian fighter jet that the Turks had shot down:

    While Syria was being designed, our most important ally was Russia. On the day we were to start the Jarablus Operation after agreeing with Russia, on the day of Nov. 24, a Russian plane was shot down. After that date, we could not fly planes over Syria. We have learnt once more how important our relations with Russia are with what we experienced on the evening of July 15. The Euphrates Shield Operation and the evacuation of Aleppo have once more revealed the significance of this friendship. An assassination conducted against the Russian ambassador one day before a meeting with Russia, Turkey and Iran on Syria show that we are face to face with an international operation.

  9. I wonder he didn’t say “tanri buyuk?”

    Oh, I solved the case of who is responsible for the “new Archduke Ferdinand” event. It was definitely ISIS.

    So I guess we can all be afraid, very afraid.

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