Putin Accuses Turkey Of "Backstabbing", Funding ISIS, Sees "Serious Consequences" To Ties

Tyler Durden's picture

Moments ago Putin delivered a brief statement following the downing of the Russian jet by Turkish forces during a press conference with the King of Jordan. Here are the highlights:

  • PUTIN SAYS LOSS OF RUSSIAN WARPLANE TODAY DUE TO BACKSTABBING
  • PUTIN: DOWNED WARPLANE INCIDENT GOES BEYOND FIGHT VS TERROR
  • RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN SAYS TURKEY BEHAVING AS IF RUSSIA SHOT DOWN ITS OWN PLANE
  • PUTIN SAYS INCIDENT TO HAVE SERIOUS CONSQUENCES FOR TURKEY TIES
  • PUTIN SAYS RUSSIAN WARPLANE IN NO WAY THREATENED TURKEY
  • PUTIN SAYS RUSSIA HAS SIGNED AN ACCORD WITH THE US TO AVOID AIR INCIDENTS

Putin makes it quite clear that Turkey, a NATO state, is responsible for ISIS funding:

  • PUTIN: OIL FROM ISLAMIC STATE IS BEING SHIPPED TO TURKEY
  • PUTIN SAYS ISLAMIC STATE GETS CASH BY SELLING OIL TO TURKEY
  • PUTIN: ISLAMIC STATE GETS MILITARY SUPPORT FROM MANY STATES

And the first official diplomatic escalation:

  • TURKISH DEFENCE ATTACHE IN MOSCOW SUMMONED TO RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY - TASS

Some more from Russia's Gazeta:

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Turkey's appeal to NATO partners to the incident with the Russian Su-24 looks like an attempt to put the alliance at the service of an "Islamic state."

 

"We will analyze everything that happened, the tragedy would have serious consequences, including for the Russian-Turkish relations. I do not know who needed what is done today, but in any case not to us. And instead of immediately establish the necessary contacts with us, the Turkish side asked its NATO partners to discuss the incident, as if it were we shot down a Turkish plane, but they are not us. Do they want to put NATO at the service of ISIS? "- Putin said.

 

Earlier, Putin said that the incident with the Su-24 in Syria - a stab in the back, which caused us accomplices of terrorists.

 

The Su-24 has fallen in the Syrian province of Latakia. Earlier, the Turkish side took out Russian warnings for violating Turkish airspace during a military operation in Syria.

 

"Islamic State" - a terrorist organization banned in several countries, including Russia.

The futures did not like the sharp, accusatory tone to what many "experts" though would be a non-event.

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gmak's picture

THis ain't your grand-daddy's Russia.

clooney_art's picture

The only way we can bury our problems is by making the sheep look elsewhere.

Occident Mortal's picture

S-400's will be en-route to Latakia right now and after today any Turkish pilot who fires on a Russian jet will be comitting suicide. Even from 100 km within Turkey.

 

Russia can fly munitions and heavy equipment into Latakia via Caspian/Iran/Iraq.

knukles's picture

Gog, may I introduce Megog.
Megog, Gog.
We were handed the prophecies but seem to have ignored them.  Don't worry, we're all gonna find out if there is a God, for real.  Sooner than we'd like.

 

PS  Take a close read of the actual comments.  The guys who shot down the Rooskie fighter and their supporters are Vlad's terrorists.  Clear as a bell, he's said we are his problem.  Not "them", but "us"

kralizec's picture

Everyone will be betting over the top and eventually go all-in.  Anybody see anybody backing down here?  I see no realistic possibility of that.  This could be the spark that sends everyone back into the stone age.

#YourOnYourOwn

MSimon's picture

I see this as a setup for Turkish generals to overthrow Erdogan. To prevent WW3. My guess is that a deal has been made so that sunni and shia gas can flow through the upcoming pipeline.Possibly Egyptian and Israeli gas as well.

 

The French are in on it. Israel has made a deal with Russia.

 

ISIS and Turkey have outlived their usefulness. Assad will leave after a "descent" interval.

 

It has all been publicly announced. Only Erdogan and his "dreams" stand in the way.

BLOTTO's picture

This is a battle for our souls.

.

Time to draw the line in the sand.

BaBaBouy's picture

It Will Soon Be Osis ???

BaBaBouy's picture

PUTIN SAYS LOSS OF RUSSIAN WARPLANE TODAY DUE TO BACKSTABBING PUTIN SAYS INCIDENT TO HAVE SERIOUS CONSQUENCES FOR TURKEY TIES PUTIN: OIL FROM ISLAMIC STATE IS BEING SHIPPED TO TURKEY PUTIN SAYS ISLAMIC STATE GETS CASH BY SELLING OIL TO TURKEY...

Our Quassi Nobel Peacenick Is Set To Take US Into WW3 ... Total Fucking Settup, Maybe To Coverup The Financial Fraud...

 

DeadFred's picture

Are any of the presidential candidates openly antiwar? It migght be a viable position to have once the nukes start popping off. Of course that assumes an election can be conducted in a high-rad environment. 

progro's picture

Russia isn't going to do anything. They're having a hard time against ISIS which is a rag tag army.

The Ukranian soldiers think the Russians are a joke.

Occident Mortal's picture

Hezbollah and the Quds are doing the ground ops.

progro's picture

yes and they've had limited effectiveness. there are too many that still want ISIS to win this. this is not what it seems.

Keyser's picture

Vlad has been quite patient, first with the Russian airliner being shot down, now this... At what point will he retaliate and by what means is the question...  

insanelysane's picture

The last thing we need is someone spouting the truth about Turkey.  Was Bin Laden in Afghanistan or Pakistan?  Think ISIS central office is in Istanbul.

Anonymous User's picture

Here's how Turkey's future looks like now:

 

goo.gl/wbvm16

 

This year Russians WILL too celebrate Thanksgiving.

SoilMyselfRotten's picture

It didn't end well for a certain American female journalist who did spout the truth

DeadFred's picture

How many divisions did she have?

ACP's picture

Start shooting down Turkish planes. What's 0bama going to do? Suck Reggie's dick again?

Urban Redneck's picture

I believe the standard MO of the USSA for heads of state accused of supporting terrorism is to bomb their palaces and humiliate them with their own impotence in front of the plebes, and then facilitate one of said plebes raping the former grand poobah with a bayonet. 

DeadFred's picture

Won't likely happen but yo shore tawk purty.

sam i am's picture

Join our

Open thread to discuss shoot down of Russian Su-24 near the Turkish border

 

http://thesaker.is/open-tread-to-discuss-shoot-down-of-russian-su-24-nea...

ThanksChump's picture

No, it is not.

Putin will retain the high moral ground, even if he imposes a 200 mile no-fly zone into Turkey, and the US knows it. Erdogan will balk but submit when the US refuses to back them. I expect a no-fly zone will be Putin's response, plus doubling down on stopping traffic between Syria and Turkey.

That's what I would do, anyway. I play chess like a Westerner though and Putin is not that.

slammin_dude's picture

My grand-daddy fought the Russians in WW1 in the German Army....they weren't slouches back then either

MFL8240's picture

 War seems to be the only export we can consistently deliver.  The elites will laugh as your sons and daughters are sent off to fight a war where the outcome is already decided.  

yogibear's picture

The Obama neocons want war. 

Federal Reserve is in trouble so war is an out.

MFL8240's picture

Happy Thanksgiving compliments of the Banking Cartel

yogibear's picture

And the US and NATO approved the shoot down?

How did $500 miliion in US equipment and TOW missiles get into ISIS hands? Not by magic.

Obama wants to help his ISIS brothers.

See how this puzzle is coming together.

Bring the Gold's picture

Obama, who is a sociopathic power elite puppet and doesn't care about Islam anymore than Christianity or Judaism, wants to carry water for the House of Saud and Israeli regional interests for geopolitical alliance purposes. There, fixed it for you.

aliki's picture

skynews reporting both pilots are dead.  thoughts and prayers to the families - this coming from an american who is hoping cooler heads prevail. unfortunately, our "guy" seems to only want more chaos.

Sisyphus's picture

Dead, yes... but killed by the rebels.

They ejected from the plane and were shot by the rebels while they were parachuting down, thereby killing them. Executed is the word they should have used.

Seer's picture

And a really stupid action to boot.  Pretty clear that Russia has the info on all of this shit.  Turkey fucked up big time (as all true tin-pot dictators manage to steer things when the heat turns up): we can at least laugh at all the heart-attack-inducing anxieties  that are occurring in the US State Department!

Russia is about to out this entire circus that is ISIS.  I really don't think that the West is going to test whether this is a bluff or not, they're (West) are going to be making some really big concessions here to avoid being totally exposed.

Zwelgje's picture

So you reckon that the Turks acted independently? I'm not so sure.

ISEEIT's picture

We supported "some folks".

RawPawg's picture

only chance of markets tanking today is if Putin strikes back before close

otherwise it's probably gonna end green

Philo Beddoe's picture

It will go green either way. 

Seer's picture

I'm NOT thinking that TPTB are going to shrug this off.  We're at a very crucial point in time here with this.  It's either WWIII or it's  the West totally capitulating on this ISIS shit.  Neither outcomes are good for the prevailing PTB.

Crocodile's picture

I hope you are correct.

Crocodile's picture

The PPT will have to be out, but the markets will be down today and an opportunity to BTD.  Then again, this could be the catalyst they have been waiting for, but I believe the US false-flag must come first and I'm betting on Chicago or some other progressive city.  The Liberals do not understand who there enemy is.

FreeShitter's picture

The Tribe needs Agenda 21, economic reset, and to take out vlad once and for all.....nothing else matters to these fucks.

Mike Masr's picture

Putin is correct. ISIS is the child of the CIA and is being used as a tool to foment regime change in Syria. Turkey could never have done this without NATO's (Obama's) approval.  

Seer's picture

I agree with the CIA part.  I do not agree that Turkey's actions were blessed.  I'm thinking that the morons in Turkey took it upon  themselves to retaliate against Russia for blowing up the oil tanker-trucks.  Turkey as a NATO member, as a key "strategic" partner in anything really, is a bad idea; unfortunately the US has to employ many "allies" that are little different than their supposed "enemies."  It was only ever a matter of time before the  fabric was going to start coming apart (Turkey, being the weak link, just happened to do The Big Stupid first).

As others have suggested, I think that Russia will be given undisputed air control over Northern Syria in order to keep up their contributions to the global "fight against terrorism."  Behind the scenes Turkey is going to get raked over the coals: could be the end of Erdogan.

williambanzai7's picture

Erdogan: Honey, have you seen my plutonium resistant Fukushima jockey shorts?

ExploitedCitizen's picture

Thermonuclear war, market rallies 500 points

the not so mighty maximiza's picture

Muslims helping Muslims who would have thought.  Thank god we have an all American president to set things straight.    We are so fucked.  

Brazen Heist's picture

Fuck these Turkish gypsies.....and their American handlers. These bastards support Daesh so they have blood on Paris, Metrojet and this attack, among many other atrocities.

America + Saudi + Turkey + Qatar = The enemies of peace