20 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JULY 14 2016”

  1. Good grief.
    And still it is in moderation mode! Even with the aforesaid three-letter word (actually the whole sentence) removed.
    This is ridiculous.

  2. Here’s the comment again, now with the “offending sentence” removed.

    Yes, coup in Turkey.
    Looks like everything Dr Farrell just said in the N&V has been turned on its head.
    IMO, this is a coup designed to stop it all in its tracks.

    Note how in some reports the military leaders have stressed that “existing international agreements will be honored”. I think that says a lot.
    No way are they going to let Turkey cozy up to the Russians again and abandon the Syria Partition Plan.
    The Syria Partition Plan that is so crucial in their reconfiguration of the Middle East.
    Could say a lot more about it, but for now, lets see what happens next, it’s too early to tell.

  3. Aarghhh, comment is awaiting moderation, July 15th, 11:26pm.
    Made the mistake again of naming that three-letter agency.
    It’s about the coup in Turkey.

  4. Yes, coup in Turkey.
    Looks like everything Dr Farrell just said in the N&V has been turned on its head.
    IMO, this is a coup designed to stop it all in its tracks.
    Which tells me that it is AngloAmerican/NATO/CIA that’s behind it.
    Note how in some reports the military leaders have stressed that “existing international agreements will be honored”. I think that says a lot.
    No way are they going to let Turkey cozy up to the Russians again and abandon the Syria Partition Plan.
    The Syria Partition Plan that is so crucial in their reconfiguration of the Middle East.
    Could say a lot more about it, but for now, lets see what happens next, it’s too early to tell.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Will the winner be televised?
      Perhaps, The Last Coup Standing?
      Or, Will the Real Turkey Please Stand-Up?
      Or, Whose Turkey’s Head Will Be Left Standing As Head of State?

    2. Robert Barricklow

      Chimera,
      Should WW111 start the mainstream news would cut into local/national broadcasting stations for a special news cast about the start of WW111.
      And then immediately cut to…
      a Snickers commercial.

  5. Watching the NWO debacle come unravelled has been a thing of beauty. Everyone has had to shown their cards. Those that refuse to show are showing that they were bluffing.

  6. Good stuff Joseph, but incomplete. Erdogan/Turkey, Bush-Clinton/NeoCon CIA & others still doing stupid stuff. See, e.g., *”CIA Supplies ISIS with an Air Force with Help from Khazarian Mafia, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey & Israel”* at VeteransToday.com/2016/07/14/cia-supplies-isis-with-an-airforce-with-help-from-khazarian-mafia-ukraine-georgia-turkey-and-israel (“We know that ISIS has recently been heavily re-armed, re-equipped and re-inforced, now they are getting their own airforce, courtesy of CIA”).

    Verified in part, given sources in Syria/Russia+. But we don’t know locations of the ‘ISIS’ False-Flag-capable MiG-21s. Where are they? Let me know. Really!

  7. If you haven’t done so already, its time to prepare for the worst. It’s about to be survival of the fittest time if we don’t get some sanity back into the western leadership soon. The backstabbing and last minute re-alignment may force the strongest standing faction to up the ante to WWIII to make sure they stay in control despite the cost to the rest of humanity and the world. This is when things may begin to get a little too interesting for all our comforts. So sad, we are so close to realizing paradise on Earth if it wasn’t for the dominate beast nature among us determined to use our latest inventions for destruction and control instead of for freedom and prosperity for all.

  8. marcos toledo

    Has Erdogan come to his senses now that Assad is staying in power. As for Germany vote on the Armenian genocide given what Erdogan is doing against the Kurds maybe the Europeans were about to throw Turkey under the wheels of a oncoming vehicle he had to think for once and cry uncle.

    1. marcos toledo

      Looks like Erdogan been given a oneway ticket to Dutchland of all places didn’t vote to recognize the Armenian Genocide

  9. Somehow the ersatz Sultan’s fall from grace seems to have the most to do with Angela Merkel and the German government’s decision that Turkey is no longer their ally. The Armenian Genocide declaration was the divorce notice. Turkey has no European future without the Germans. That dream is dead.

    Also, if the Germans (and the Fascist International) have also issued divorce papers to their former allies in the US government and Anglosphere … and if it is true that Merkel is privately resolute to destroy NATO and kick out the US Americans … then the Turks are really and truly expletive deleted.

    The Turks were also highly involved in banking through Deutsche Bank. If, when Merkel went to Washington to protest the NSA spy scandal, if it is true that Washington threatened to expose the German and Deutsche Bank connexions to 9/11 … this also becomes a different shade of nightmare for Turkey as many were furious with the Erdogans making profits off of ISIS oil sales. Also, related to this stewpot from Lucifer’s realm is the notion that elements of the US government forced Merkel to accept the Muslim horde via Turkey into Europe as punishment for daring to demand the end of NATO… not a good day to be a wannabe Turkish sultan once in the back pocket of the USA.

    Although the thought is tangential, I mention that I continue to wonder about correlating the date of Merkel’s visit to Washington to protest the NSA spying scandal with all of the suspicious banker deaths around the world.

  10. Seems obvious that Nutandyahoo, Erdagone, and Saudi Arabia have been changing their tune because one one man, Putin. Without doubt, he has told these doppy countries that the US foreign policy is going to “hurt you” if you keep going the way you are.
    A short time ago, if you read that Turkey would be wimperring to talk to Syria, you’d think the world had gone mad, but there it is. Maybe just maybe this middle east crisis can be solved, and it won’t be with guns, but decisions by political heads of governments, unthinkable last week.

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