November 24, 2015
The Syrian crisis has just seen a drastic escalation in the potential for what could essentially turn into World War 3 with the NATO bloc engaging in direct military confrontation with the Russian alliance. Only hours ago, Turkey announced that it shot down a Russian jet, a claim confirmed by the Russian government shortly thereafter.
The Turks argue that the Russian jet violated Turkish airspace, a claim which the Russians deny. While some evidence exists suggesting that the plane was indeed within Turkish airspace (only 9 seconds worth of traveling time if the coordinates are accurate), the Russian Defense Ministry has stated that "We are looking into the circumstances of the crash of the Russian jet. The Ministry of Defense would like to stress that the plane was over the Syrian territory throughout the flight."
Russia also claims that the plane was brought down by artillery fire but the Turkish military says that it was shot down by Turkish F-16s after it had ignored numerous warnings.
Video footage shows a burning plane crashing to the ground on a hill while two pilots are seen floating downwards after the crash, indicating that the pilots had ejected.
Unfortunately, it appears that at least one of the Russian pilots has been killed and another is rumored to have been captured by Obama and Erdogan’s “relatively moderate cannibals.”
Reports suggest that death squad fighters on the ground began firing at the soldiers on their way down, suggesting that the dead Russian pilot may have been killed before he ever reached the ground. The status of the other pilot is not yet confirmed.
It should be noted that the plane actually crashed in Syrian territory.
The jet had apparently been shot down from an altitude of 19, 685 ft.
While the question of whether or not the jet had ever actually crossed into Turkish territory is still very much a question, it is important to remember that Turkey has long claimed special privileges over Northern Syria, creating a de facto “no-fly zone” of its own over territory approximately 10 miles into Syria.
Russian President Vladmir Putin has since labeled the downing of the jet as a “stab in the back by accomplices of terrorism.”
An emergency meeting of NATO has now been called by Turkey. "The aim of this extraordinary NAC meeting is for Turkey to inform allies about the downing of a Russian airplane," said Carmen Romero, NATO's deputy spokesperson.
Turkey’s actions come as Russian and Syrian forces continue their march across Northern Syria and Aleppo and as terrorist targets in places like Raqqa are finally being destroyed from the air. If NATO does not respond soon, it will be the end for the geopolitical plans of the Anglo-Americans in Syria and the end for their trained terrorist monkeys who have raped and beheaded their way across the Middle East.
While the attack on the Russian jet shows, to some extent, the lengths to which NATO and particularly Turkey’s Erdogan will go to defend and support ISIS terrorists, we have now entered frightening new territory when NATO is willing to risk nuclear war over geopolitical interests and neo-lithic savages in Syria.