Islamic terrorist executes Russian Ambassador to Turkey - how will it impact world politics?
Russia’s ambassador to Turkey was killed Monday by a Turkish cop wearing a suit and tie who shouted “Allahu Akbar!” during the opening of an art exhibit in the capital of Ankara, according to reports. Andrey Karlov was shot while delivering a speech at the Cagdas Sanatlar Merkezi, an art exhibition hall in the Cankaya district of Ankara.
This is really sad, though its hard to say whether its Turkey, ISIS, CIA or some independent jehadi group involved here. American msm has already kick started its propaganda with tickers and discussions diverting the whole thing to be a fallout of Russian action in Aleppo. On the other hand Turkey dosn't stand in good light either and desperately wants stroger ties with Russia, come what may!!
Letz c how Russia reacts to this, as this is a second provocation coming from Turkey post the fighter jet being shot down.
A year ago I would have said not much, but now that the world apparently makes decisions via stupidity, ignorance, and hate, who knows. Maybe Trump will declare war on Turkey (and yes I fully believe he is that dumb). Nothing would really surprise me anymore.
Russia will whomp Turkey's Islamicist government as soon as Trump is in office and ends the war in Syria.
Ambassadors will now all walk around with a "praetorian guard" detail, like heads of states and other government officials do.
I don't know, but when I saw a friend post the news on FB, with the comment "Please don't be Archduke Franz Ferdinand", I have to admit, it gave me pause.
Sorry. I'm watching The Man in the High Castle on Amazon this week. Too much foreshadowing...
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