[ Editor’s note: VT personnel on the ground in Ukraine and Georgia assisted by Press TV in Turkey and our VT Staff in Syria presented evidence of collusion between Ukraine, Georgia, Bechtel Corporation, the CIA and the Erdogan regime in Turkey in the production of Sarin gas and its transportation to Syria and use by terrorist groups under the direct supervision of Turkish, Saudi and Qatari officers.
Additional evidence was submitted to the UN Security Council by the Russian government including medical testimony and direct documentation. Yet we find that this one minor case, in anything something minor and unrelated, has eaten up so much of the media’s time.
The more serious case, over 1000 deaths, wrongful accusations against the Syrian government and a number of irrational statements, made by and also quietly rescinded by Secretary of State John Kerry, is pushed aside for this Ankara circus.
It is time to admit that ISIS is operating full scale inside Ukraine, with the full backing of NATO and the Kiev regime. It is time to admit that the real Islamic State, Turkey and Saudi Arabia acting in concert, is a NATO ally, warring not only on Syria and Iraq but fighting the exact same war on Yemen.
It is time to admit that those nations that are assisting Saudi Arabia in Yemen are, in fact, co-conspirators with ISIS. It is time to admit that were not Kurdistan protecting ISIS from Iran, Mosul would have fallen in March 2013 as President Obama promised.
It’s time to admit that unless a real coalition is assembled, capable of bringing down the puppet governments in Kiev and Ankara first and foremost, the world will never know a moment of safety.
It is time for a full scale investigation of ISIS involvement in Nigeria, not with Boko Harum, but with political parties within the Nigerian senate and among the officer corps of the Nigerian army.
It is time for West Africa to organize to oppose the upcoming hammer ready to descend on them, from both without and within, Saudi cash, homegrown extremism and very “African” corruption.
It is, most of all, time to recognize Islamic extremism as another face of worldwide organized crime, a worldwide partnership that consists of NATO, the European Union, the US Federal Reserve Banking System, the City of London financial center and, in particular, as pointed out so often by Dr. Preston James, the Khazarian Mafia, the thousand year old criminal group bred on the Russian steppes that has been mischaracterized as “semitic” or “Jewish” leading to a long history of wrongful persecution of the Jewish people.
Now for Sputnik News and their report of what is, in actuality, a tempest in a teapot, nothing but poorly informed but good intentioned individuals who know that the real truth would have their families slaughtered by Erdogan goons long ago… Gordon Duff ]
Earlier Eren Erdem was accused of treason after he revealed that Turkey knew about Islamic State-bound shipments of deadly sarin gas passing through its territory. Erdem, addressed the parliament last Tuesday saying the government had failed to probe the shipment, and spoke to RT news channel about a possible cover-up.
During his interview with RT, Erdem revealed that components of the lethal nerve agent sarin were shipped to Daesh labs through Turkey in 2014 and Ankara did nothing to stop them. Sarin is a lethal gas, classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction.
“Chemical weapon materials are being brought to Turkey and being put together in Syria in camps of ISIS [IS or Daesh in Arabic] which was known as Iraqi al-Qaeda during that time,” Erdem said.
After his interview Ankara’s top prosecutor opened a criminal investigation against Erdem accusing him of treason.
Following these accusations Eren Erdem organized a press conference in Parliament commenting on the criminal investigation against him for his statements.
“Today I will comment about these accusations for the last time because there is nothing more to say about it. Everything that has been written and said in my address in the past few days, is the most obvious indicator of what kind of a smear campaign can the ‘lured’ state media start when an order from above comes,” Erdem said in a press conference.
“A few days ago, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused me that in an interview with Russian television I said that Turkey was selling sarin gas to Daesh. This accusation is completely groundless.”
Erdem said that On December 10, 2015, speaking at a session of Parliament, he expressed his opinion on this matter and after that, several international news agencies, two Arab TV channel, Newsweek magazine and TV channel Russia Today interview him, but Newsweek magazine later refused to publish the story because of statements on the links between West and sarin supply to jihadists in Syria West.
“In the interview to RT I said that the Western countries are playing a double game, showing hypocrisy, since the conclusion of the prosecutor’s office, which I studied, claimed that the jihadists are getting materials for creating chemical weapons from Europe. There is information that the western countries are well aware of this.
Moreover, one of the members of the group Khayyam Kasap involved in the supply of chemical material personally discussed this issue with Western representatives.”
“I stressed that through Turkey, transports of chemical materials to Syria took place. The prosecutor’s office pinpointed just this from the interview and based on them, began an investigation against me.”
“I want to remind the prosecutor who brought the case against me, that according to the 83rd article of the Constitution, which provides for the observance of parliamentary immunity and freedom of expression, the judicial investigation against the deputy, who spoke at a meeting of the parliament, and then re-stated his opinion outside the parliamentary walls cannot be initiated without the approval of the Turkish parliament.”
On what basis then the prosecutor’s office has started investigation against me, if there is no sanction for such actions by the Parliament has been obtained?
Erdem stressed that President Erdogan, Prime Minister Davutoglu and the AKP MPs accuse him of treason, and some pro-government media has prepared a series of “incriminating articles” suggesting that he is planning to flee the country.
“Do you think I’m like yourself? I did not get a deputy chair by means of backstage intrigues and conspiracies. Why should I run away somewhere? I do not feel guilty because in the interview I did not say a single word that could be considered as a betrayal to my country.”