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ERDOGAN’S FALSE FLAG: “Why They Didn’t Fire Is A Mystery” – Coup Pilots Had Erdogan’s Plane In Their Sights And Did Nothing

from Zero Hedge:

At the height of the attempt to overthrow Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, the rebel pilots of two F-16 fighter jets had Erdogan’s plane in their sights. And yet he was able to fly on. “At least two F-16s harassed Erdogan’s plane while it was in the air and en route to Istanbul. They locked their radars on his plane and on two other F-16s protecting him. Why they didn’t fire is a mystery.”

Looking back at the failed Turkish coup, one question that nobody has been able to answer is why, if the coup was indeed a serious attempt at government overthrow,did the organizers not do the first thing that military coups have done since time immemorial: either capture, or simply eliminate the existing ruler, the vacationing president Erdogan?

The following brief story will only add to the confusion (or maybe not).

As Reuters reports, at the height of the attempt to overthrow Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, the rebel pilots of two F-16 fighter jets had Erdogan’s plane in their sights. And yet he was able to fly on.

The government narrative, completely fabricated as it may be, is the following:

Erdogan said as the coup unfolded that the plotters had tried to attack him in the resort town of Marmaris and had bombed places he had been at shortly after he left. He “evaded death by minutes”, the second official said. Around 25 soldiers in helicopters descended on a hotel in Marmaris on ropes, shooting, just after Erdogan had left in an apparent attempt to seize him, pro-government broadcaster CNN Turk said. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim had also been directly targeted in Istanbul during the coup bid and had narrowly escaped, the official said, without giving details.

Flight tracker websites showed a Gulfstream IV aircraft, a type of business jet owned by the Turkish government, take off from Dalaman airport, which is about an hour and a quarter’s drive from Marmaris, at about 2240 GMT on Friday.  It later circled in what appeared to be a holding pattern just south of Istanbul, around the time when a Reuters witness in the airport was still hearing bursts of gunfire, before finally coming in to land.

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3 comments to ERDOGAN’S FALSE FLAG: “Why They Didn’t Fire Is A Mystery” – Coup Pilots Had Erdogan’s Plane In Their Sights And Did Nothing

  • windrunner56

    They were waiting for orders from the Pentagon/CIA/NATO or maybe even George Soros himself. Those orders did not come….sadly

    • a guy from Ukraine

      there is another possible explanation. Several months ago I read a russian article that a military coup within Turkey was getting ripe. According to the sourse, Many military top officials within Turkey are very dissatisfied with the ruinous policies carried out by Ergodan so a plan was hatched to oust him. Supposing even russian media was aware of the coup in preparation, it’s no wonder Ergodan was well aware of the coup himself. Given his shaky international position (being at odds over the Kurds with the US and with tensions with Russia over downed Russian jet), it’s quite possible Ergogan controlled the coup from the very beginning and used it to consolidate his powers in Turkey.
      I don’t think the US is involved in this particular case. If that was the case, Ergodan would have been ousted (elimenated) by now as was the case with the US-orchestrated and funded Maydan coup in Ukraine taking out the pro-russian president 2 years ago. If there is something the US is perfect at it is the overthrowing of the ruling regimes

  • MarcS

    Another False Flag staged event…

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