November 24, 2015

Putin tells back-stabbing Turkey there will be "serious consequences" for shooting down Russian jet, killing pilots

Rebel Staff
 

Turkey has claimed responsibility for shooting down a Russian jet and killing its pilots.

A deputy commander in a Syrian Turkmen brigade confirmed to reporters, “Both of the pilots were retrieved dead. Our comrades opened fire into the air and they died in the air.”

The Russian jet was in Syria when it was downed by Turkish warplanes near the border of Turkey.






Putin has called the attack a “stab in the back that will have serious consequences for Russia's relationship with Turkey” and called Turkey “accomplices of terrorists.”

According to CNN, Turkey says it hit the plane after it “violated Turkey's airspace and ignored 10 warnings.”

The NY Daily News reports that a crowd gathered around the pilot’s mutilated corpse chanting Allahu Akbar, as Syrian rebels said they shot at the ejected pilots.


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commented 2015-11-25 17:00:50 -0500
Good news folks.

Apparently the other Russian pilot was found ALIVE and he was just recently rescued. Let’s see what he says about comms traffic in the plane later…
commented 2015-11-25 12:44:26 -0500
Richard Vanderlubbe – I sometimes feel like chicken little, screaming the sky is falling, but all warnings seem to be falling on deaf ears. “A people without sense will not survive!” Hosea.
commented 2015-11-25 02:56:36 -0500
I love how when you see the video footage of the downed pilots on other news channels, and there is the allah chants going on, the news will not even acknowledge it.
commented 2015-11-25 01:51:09 -0500
Richard you have no problem with Russia killing Ukrainians for some reason and democracy is not a failure , it was the USSR that fell , not us. Stick your commie garbage where the sun don’t shine.
commented 2015-11-24 21:33:16 -0500
Ask yourself, do you believe in a Republic?? Where every man and woman is insular, not bound by group-think… Or do you believe in a “democracy”, the corporate mob-rule which has been repeatedly mentioned to justify the unjustifiable in this country.

Must the innocent and pure suffer a similar fate as the wicked because “that’s democracy”????

“Democracy” is a goddamn failure. “Exporting democracy” has killed untold innocent people, and was done without the consent of a large number of people who were forced to fund that death and evil (LIKE MYSELF, forced to pay “Syrian rebels” because that’s “how democracy works”). I don’t believe in mob rule because I’m a conservative libertarian, send a mob to my house… Or to Bravo Zulu’s house… We’ll see what’s up.

We are individually SOVEREIGN, kings and queens of our own destinies, a self-determining promise from God, no one on this Earth is Lawfully bound by “the collective”.
commented 2015-11-24 21:14:20 -0500
I don’t think it’s fair to drop bombs on 51% of civilians because 49% think Sharia is great. Not even if 90% feels that way, there are people among them that HATE Sharia, hitting those people and their familes, that creates independent terrorists (the real kind, not the CIA/MI6 funded variety).

I do think we should sit back and let Russia execute these globalist puppet politicians, and support them in their victories against the New World Order.

If we can’t take out our obvious enemies with precision, we might as well strap some bomb vests on and shout “Allah ou Akbar”… It is a God-fearing, first-world goal to be a precise shot, to know your enemy and leave the innocent unscathed.
commented 2015-11-24 20:36:21 -0500
Richard Vanderlubbe – Turkey Stats : 49% believe Sharia should trump all law world wide and 8% support ISIL
commented 2015-11-24 20:31:08 -0500
My immediate reaction is to wonder how stupid somebody can possibly be for wanting to shoot down a Russian jet. But now I wonder if there is something more devious and malicious here. Is somebody trying to poke the Russians into starting the next world war?
commented 2015-11-24 20:14:55 -0500
It has been reported that the Russia’s military operation in Syria has been elevated to “Defence Ministry Priority”. This means, among other things, more equipment and manpower will be added to the operation, not to mention further orders regarding engagement with the Turks. It’s likely Russian forces had no rules of engagement for the Turks, now they do.

I can see that Islamist Turkish president pissing himself right now. He’s worried Russia’s next move with be air strikes and missile attacks against Turkish installations – and the Russians can do it.
commented 2015-11-24 20:06:06 -0500
Russia has the right to consider this an act of war. Turkey has been out of control for some time from the Islamists in their Gov’t. Shame on our Lieberal Gov’t for choosing not to take on the Islamists!
commented 2015-11-24 19:59:18 -0500
Erdogan is one sick megalomaniac schizo hoping to revive an Ottoman Empire or some such nightmare.
commented 2015-11-24 18:42:34 -0500
It is important to remember… Turkish folks in general are NOT our enemy. Israelis in general are NOT our enemy. Muslims in general are NOT our enemy.

The globalists’ goal is DIVIDE AND CONQUER. I don’t believe that Putin will nuke us (Canada). I do however believe that we are at least two to three years away from an EMP attack… So make sure you get on the side of Liberty TODAY. Stock up on canned goods, ammunition, gasoline. Start calling out what you see to be a globalist fraud no matter whether it manifests itself as Islam, Israel Conservatives, Liberals, NDP

Russia knows there are good Canadians who have not been happy about any of this for years. They know those Canadians are prepared. So when it comes, the ones who have stuck their heads in the sand, pretended our government, the UN, and “moderate rebels” is about “peace-keeping”, while they watch their stupid fucking shows and play on their Fakebook… Those people will likely not pull thru. No skills, no food, no protection, no barter.

I realize a lot of shit I type here looks nuts, but damn, open your eyes, we have a serious problem and it is NOT Russia.
commented 2015-11-24 18:32:51 -0500
FSA – the very people we are backing in Syria – how about that.

Vermin.

If Russia were to punish Turkey – and in my opinion they should – the gay boy pm would simply have us bring in Turk refugees.

More vermin.
commented 2015-11-24 18:11:15 -0500
mmmmbyebye Assad……mmmmmmbyebye
commented 2015-11-24 18:06:45 -0500
I visited Turkey in 1984! When we were getting ready to leave, to return to Canada, we were just about to get in to the taxi, and my husband pulled out a wade of money, and we swarmed by about 100-people in a heart beat. To this day, I don’t know where they all came from, but I can tell you I was ready to throttle my husband! I thought for sure that we weren’t going to make it out alive.
commented 2015-11-24 17:46:14 -0500
Good, now Putin has excuse to Annihilate Turkey, like Turkey did the Armenians. Turkey has always been a two faced liar, pretending to be an ally when they need something, then turning their back when it’s time to repay the help. At least 25% of Muslims require a Jack Boot and Iron Fist to keep them from killing each other and everyone else.
Go git’em Putin!
commented 2015-11-24 16:48:13 -0500
Putin is doing what has to be done. He wants to protect his people from the crazed Islamists .
He is behaving as an adult male should behave,a protector of his people.
Canada has a man- child at the helm .
He is no match for the treacherous seas ahead.
Justin is clueless. We need a warrior, not a wiener . We need men, not metro-sexuals
commented 2015-11-24 16:19:29 -0500
Putin’s next target will be the Turkish War Office. The building with the big golden dome.
commented 2015-11-24 16:06:31 -0500
Having grown up fearing the Russians during the height of the Cold War, it seemed inconceivable the day would come when I would side with them. I’m not 100% behind Putin here. But, I’m not 100% opposed to him either.

It’s too bad most media sites molly coddle us by censoring these videos. People need to see the true brutality being perpetrated. It’s far too easy to put it out of your mind when the actual horror is blurred out. You can find video and stills of the pilot’s face within seconds if you want to. Looks like they may have done a number on him after he hit the ground.

I purposely sought out uncensored videos of beheadings and the burning of the Syrian pilot back when they first happened. It isn’t that I wanted to see anything so horrific. I feel it is necessary. Sanitizing war shield us from the truth. If you think beheadings are carried out with one fell swoop, you are sorley mistaken. Heads are sawed off with a serated military knife. The immolation of that poor pilot will haunt me all the days of my life. We do a disservice to everyone by hiding these things. If all one sees is a guy in red jump suit on his knees in the desert, you could never, ever appreciate the stark reality. I’ll wager none of Justin’s MP’s (other than those with military duty) have any clue what kind of barbarians they are dealing with. They should be forced to watch this stuff with their children until the kids ask why we aren’t helping these people.

Jeff
commented 2015-11-24 16:06:16 -0500
RICHARD VANDERLUBBE : Your point is difficult to argue. The CPC supported our arms deal with Saudi Arabia, and even sold our CWB to Saudi Interests in the form of a company called Global Grain Group, (G3) whom are linked to the BIS. He wasn’t as unblemished as some would make him out to be, but he was FAR better than the junior neo-Marxist we have now…

We cannot afford a leader like Justin Trudeau in these times…
commented 2015-11-24 16:00:19 -0500
No fan of Putin and Russia at all, but at least he has some cajones, that Barry seriously lacks.
commented 2015-11-24 15:59:42 -0500
Turkey no longer belongs in NATO. What they let happen to the pilots is in direct violation of the Geneva Convention, as well as buying ISIS oil.

NATO leaders have no excuse here no matter how it is spun!
commented 2015-11-24 15:23:06 -0500
Putin continues to amaze and impress.

Putin calls out Turkey for providing support to Islamist terrorists.

Who is the real defender of Western Civilization? Certainly not the West’s leadership.

It’s going to be good once Putin orders two Turkish fighters planes shot down.
commented 2015-11-24 15:04:55 -0500
Harper is a treasonous pip-squeak, just like Trudeau and Tom Mulcair. There isn’t a good guy to choose here, this country is a goddamn joke.
commented 2015-11-24 13:59:12 -0500
Peter Netterville – only PM Harper had our backs, and now I’m afraid we have twinkle toes as a seat warmer only! Woe to Canada, we will reap disaster under this air head!
commented 2015-11-24 13:28:18 -0500
If only our PM had the cojones that Putin has.
commented 2015-11-24 13:26:51 -0500
I was just thinking that since Turkey is still in NATO, that we may yet have to face Putin. Turkey needs to be kicked out of NATO, for what they did to the Russian airline. I think they want to poke Putin, because of their unique situation.
commented 2015-11-24 13:24:26 -0500
Merrily we roll along, roll along, roll along,
Merrily we roll along, on the road to ruin…
commented 2015-11-24 13:12:25 -0500
I wonder if the commander in Turkey who gave the order to fire on that Russian jet was even thinking just how far this could get out of hand for them .Even if the Russian plane briefly violated Turkish airspace they should have been considered a neutral or friendly target and bringing it down in Syria a serious act of aggression that could bring a very violent response to their own anti aircraft batteries.
commented 2015-11-24 13:10:04 -0500
Putin is right. Turkey is our enemy since the beginning of all times.