The Dangerous Nature of the Poisonous Western Media and Their “Gang-Rape” of the Truth

[Americans are slowly awakening to the truth of the propaganda war raging all around us, same way with the Brits…this link–“Was this murderous attack on a Russian diplomat revenge for Turkey’s dirty deal with Putin?“–is another piece of that garbage and outright rape of the truth by the Brit press.  But it is just another example of the poisonous nature of the entire Western press and Mainstream Media.]

Russian Official Blames “Western Media” for Turkish Ambassador’s Assassination




He says the media’s “hysteria” about Aleppo led to Monday’s fatal attack.

On Monday, Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov was assassinated in an Ankara art gallery by a gunman who shouted, “Don’t forget Aleppo! Don’t forget Syria!”

Alexei Pushkov, a member of the Duma—the Russian legislature—and the former chairman of its foreign affairs committee, was quick to blame the Western media for inciting the attack through its coverage of Syria.

“The hysteria around Aleppo raised by the Western media has consequences,” he told LifeNews, a pro-Putin online news outlet and TV channel. “This murder is precisely a consequence of attempts to blame Russia for all the sins and crimes she did not commit. They are completely ignoring the crimes of fighters in Aleppo, and that forms a distorted and false picture of what is happening in this city, which contributed to this terrorist act…This is a result of anti-Russian hysteria, raised in the West and supported by a certain part of Turkish society.”

Pushkov made a similar point on his Twitter account, writing that “the death of the Russian ambassador in Turkey, a terrorist act, is the result of political and media hysteria around Aleppo from Russia’s enemies.”

Russia, Turkey and Iran To Act As Guarantors In Syrian Peace Deal

Russia, Turkey and Iran agree on joint Syria action



Russia, Turkey and Iran have agreed to jointly act on Syria, one day after the Russian ambassador to Turkey was assassinated in the Turkish capital, as evacuations from the besieged parts of eastern Aleppo continued on Dec. 20.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Dec. 20 that Russia, Iran and Turkey were ready to act as guarantors in a peace deal between the Syrian government and the opposition.

Lavrov told reporters in Moscow after a tripartite meeting that the three ministers had signed a joint statement which states that Russia, Iran and Turkey “express their willingness to help the Syrian government and the opposition draft an agreement and act as its guarantors.”

The meeting came one day after Russian Ambassador to Ankara Andrey Karlov was assassinated at an art exhibition in the capital by a policeman who shouted: “Don’t forget Aleppo! Don’t forget Syria!”

Speaking after Lavrov, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said Turkey would continue its efforts for a political solution in Syria, for the widening of a cease-fire across the country and for the interrupted supply of humanitarian aid.

The three ministers gathered in Moscow to discuss the situation in Syria and the evacuations in Aleppo.

Prior to Lavrov’s announcement, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, said on Dec. 20 that Russian experts had drawn up a “Moscow Declaration” that amounted to a roadmap to end the Syria crisis and that he hoped that Turkey and Iran could support the document.

Shoigu, speaking at meetings in Moscow with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts, said the document was aimed at achieving a cease-fire in Syria.

“All previous attempts by the United States and its partners to agree on coordinated actions were doomed to failure. None of them wielded real influence over the situation on the ground,” said Shoigu.

A total 37,500 people have been evacuated from Aleppo so far and the goal is to complete all evacuations by Dec. 21, Çavuşoğlu wrote on Twitter on Dec. 20, while the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said 25,000 people had been bused out of east Aleppo.

“Yesterday [Dec. 19] only, we evacuated 15,000 people from east Aleppo. If we consider those evacuated on [Dec. 20] too, then the total should be 25,000,” ICRC spokeswoman Ingy Sedky told AFP.

She said “thousands” of others were still waiting to be bussed out, amid a lack of information on the numbers of civilians and fighters remaining in east Aleppo.

The ICRC has been overseeing the complex evacuation deal for Aleppo, brokered by government backer Russia and rebel supporter Turkey.

After a month-long assault by government forces, thousands of civilians and rebels left the last remaining opposition-held districts of east Aleppo on Dec. 15 at the start of the evacuations.

The deal was suspended until early Dec. 19 over government demands for the simultaneous evacuation of two Shiite-majority villages in northwest Syria besieged by rebels.

Sedky confirmed that 750 people had thus far been bussed out of the villages of al-Fuaa and Kafraya, in Syria’s mainly rebel-held Idlib province, as part of the deal.

Meanwhile, the Syrian government authorized the United Nations to send an additional 20 staff to east Aleppo, where they will monitor the ongoing evacuation of thousands of people, a U.N. spokesman said on Dec. 20.

“The task is to monitor and observe the evacuations,” Jens Laerke told a news briefing in Geneva
This came one day after, the U.N.’s Syria envoy, Staffan de Mistura, said Dec. 19 he had planned peace talks for February 2017 in Geneva.

Before the start of the tripartite meeting in Moscow, Lavrov and Çavuşoğlu laid flowers on the portrait of Karlov.

The Russian minister said in televised comments that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan late on Dec. 19 “agreed this tragedy makes us more decisive in fighting terrorism and makes our today’s meeting even more important.”

Lavrov said Moscow was willing to seek agreements that would improve the humanitarian situation in Syria and help political procession but “will not offer any concession to terrorists.”

Official: Berlin suspect was asylum-seeker from Pakistan

Official: Berlin suspect was asylum-seeker from Pakistan




BERLIN (AP) — The suspect in the truck attack that killed 12 people at a busy Berlin Christmas market came from Pakistan and had applied for asylum in Germany, the country’s top security official said Tuesday.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said the suspect, who denies involvement, entered Germany on Dec. 31 last year and arrived in Berlin in February.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel described herself as “shocked, shaken and deeply saddened” after what she said the government must assume was a “terrorist attack.” De Maiziere said that as far as officials know, the Islamic State group has not claimed responsibility.

In addition to those killed, nearly 50 people were injured when the truck plowed into the popular Christmas market filled with tourists and locals outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church near Berlin’s Zoo station late Monday.

“There is still a lot that we don’t know about this act with sufficient certainty,” Merkel told reporters in Berlin, in her first personal statement following the incident. “But we must, as things stand, assume it was a terrorist attack.”

Merkel, who has been criticized for allowing in large numbers of migrants, addressed head-on the possibility that an asylum-seeker was responsible.

“I know that it would be particularly hard for us all to bear if it were confirmed that a person committed this act who asked for protection and asylum in Germany,” Merkel said. “This would be particularly sickening for the many, many Germans who work to help refugees every day and for the many people who really need our help and are making an effort to integrate in our country.”

Authorities arrested a man about 2 kilometers (1½ miles) from the crash site on suspicion of having been at the wheel of the truck. Footage showed the suspect, his head covered in a white sheet, being pushed into a police car shortly after the attack. Berlin’s Tagesspiegel newspaper reported that the man was known to police for minor crimes.

A spokesman for Berlin’s office for refugee affairs said police conducted a large-scale search overnight at a large shelter for asylum-seekers at the city’s now-defunct Tempelhof airport. Four men in their late 20s were questioned but nobody was arrested, Sascha Langenbach told The Associated Press.

Among the dead was a man in the truck, who succumbed as paramedics treated him, Berlin police spokesman Winfried Wenzel said. Police said later that the man was a Polish national, but didn’t give further details of who he was or what happened to him.

The Polish owner of the truck said he feared the vehicle may have been hijacked. Ariel Zurawski said he last spoke with the driver, his cousin, around noon, and the driver told him he was in Berlin and scheduled to unload Tuesday morning. “They must have done something to my driver,” he told TVN24.

Germany has not so far experienced any mass-casualty attacks by Islamic extremists, but has been increasingly wary since two attacks by asylum-seekers in the summer that were claimed by the Islamic State group. Five people were wounded in an ax rampage on a train near Wuerzburg and 15 in a bombing outside a bar in Ansbach, both in the southern state of Bavaria. Both attackers were killed.

Those attacks, and two others unrelated to Islamic extremism in the same weeklong period, contributed to tensions in Germany over the arrival last year of 890,000 migrants.

Far-right groups and a nationalist party seized on Monday’s attack, blaming Merkel for what had happened.

“Under the cloak of helping people Merkel has completely surrendered our domestic security,” Frauke Petry, the co-chairwoman of the Alternative for Germany party, wrote.

Manfred Weber, a member of Merkel’s conservative bloc and leader of the European Parliament’s biggest political grouping, cautioned against sweeping verdicts but said it was important to ensure that extremists didn’t enter the country.

The German government said Merkel spoke Tuesday with President Barack Obama, who expressed his condolences. In Washington, White House National Security Council spokesman Ned Price said the United States was ready to help in the investigation and response.

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said Islamic extremists must be “eradicated from the face of the earth” and pledged to carry out that mission with all “freedom-loving partners.”

The attack came less than a month after the U.S. State Department warned that extremist groups including Islamic State and al-Qaida were focusing “on the upcoming holiday season and associated events” in Europe.

The Islamic State group and al-Qaida have both called on followers to use trucks in particular to attack crowds. On July 14, a truck plowed into Bastille Day revelers in the southern French city of Nice, killing 86 people. Islamic State claimed responsibility for that attack, which was carried out by a Tunisian living in France.

Merkel said Monday’s attack would not cause Germany to live in fear.

“Even if it’s difficult at this hour we will find the strength to live life the way we want to live it in Germany. Free, together and openly,” she said


Associated Press writers David Rising and Geir Moulson in Berlin and Angela Charlton in Paris contributed to this report.

Russian Ambassador To Turkey, Andrey Karlov, Murdered On Camera By Radical Islamist Policeman


Photography: Haşim Kılıç



Ankara ‘the Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov at the
opening of the exhibition was attacked armed attack.
The operation carried out by the aggressive Special Operations police was killed. The attacker is speaking in Arabic and Turkish, shouting slogans about Aleppo, ‘I will not get out of here, do not come near me’. Karlov, who was taken to the hospital, could not be rescued. Police officer Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş in Ankara Agile Force came out. Here for the assassination last minute information …

Last Minute : Attack Ankara Contemporary Arts was held during the opening of an art exhibition at the Centre. Following the opening speech from the podium to make Russia ‘s Ambassador to Ankara Andrey Karlov was attacked armed at this time. Russian Foreign Ambassador explained that Karlov lost their lives. After the attack, he was killed by the operation of an attacking police officer who opened fire on the air. Eyewitnesses said they thought they were protecting the attacker in a suit. The event is also stated that during 3 people slightly injured.


Attackers June 24, 1994 Aydin Soke born, registered Manisa Prince Population, Soke Republic Anatolian High School graduate, Izmir Rustu Unsal Police School graduate police vocational college graduate and is currently serving in the riot and the position holder 2.5 years Mevlut Mert Altintas. After Mert Altındaş finished the course, it was revealed that he entered Rüstü Ünsal Police Vocational High School in Buca in Izmir in 2012 and graduated in 2014 after 2 years of education.

Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlova assassination ... The identity of the attacker has been certain


Manisal Mert Altıntaş’s mother and sister living in the town of Söke Aydin, immediately after the incident learned that the Security Directorate. His father, who lived in Aydın, was also taken into custody. Çeltikçi neighborhood of Söke which sits Family Freedom in their homes while police launched a search operation in the streets.

Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlova assassination ... The identity of the attacker has been certain
Aggressive Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş’s mother and sister were taken into custody.



Police officer in charge of the agile attack of the Russian ambassador to Ankara, Andrey Karlov, was arrested in connection with the aggressive Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş’s roommate, Rapid Force Division Directorate.

Altıntaş, who was in charge of the Ankara Agile Force Branch Directorate, was searched at Yenimahalle’s house as part of an investigation into the murder of Russian Ambassador Karlov after the armed attack.

Altıntaş, who was killed in the operation after the attack, was taken to the police station of the same house by the Police Force Branch Directorate.


Ambassador of Russia Andrey Karlov, today evening hours of Çankaya Municipality Contemporary Arts Center attended the opening of the photo exhibition. Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov was invited to speak at the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition of ‘Visiting traveler Kaliningrad to Kamchatka Russia’ in cooperation with Ankara Embassy and Çankaya Municipality.

Explanation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the assassination
Statement from the Foreign Ministry after the assassination


Meanwhile, according to the statements of witnesses that police entered the exhibition, showing the identity claim it is a person standing on the podium behind the Karlov. Ambassador Karlov began to escape in a panic as the invaders clashed with bullets hitting his back. Meanwhile, 3 people were injured slightly from the bouncing bullets.


After shooting the Russian ambassador, the attacker opened fire several times with his handgun and talked in Arabic and Turkish, saying “You will kill the children in Aleppo and we will get their revenge”. Then the attacker, who asked all the invited people to get out of the way, continued to yell, “Only here comes death”. Art center olds out of the way while inside several times more weapons was heard.

Last minute: the moment of attack on the Russian Ambassador Last minute: the moment of attack by the Russian Ambassador

Upon the attack, the police and the Special Operations team were referred to the health teams. A security strip was created around the arts center. It was stated that the health conditions of the 3 injuries treated were good.


Shortly afterwards gunshots were heard from the art center. It was learned that the undelivered attacker had clashed with special operations officers. After a short period of confusion, the attacker was seized dead. Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov was then removed by the health team who was taken in. Only 30-40 minutes after the attack, doctors were able to intervene in Karlov, which was removed from the Güven Hospital by ambulance. Ambassador Karlov, who was seen by doctors as having a heart massage, could not be rescued despite all the interventions.

Explaining the first attack from Russia
Explanation of the first ‘attack’ from Russia

Police identified the attacker who was involved in the incident and started work to arrest the person with whom the person was connected.


Karlov was armed during the opening speech at the photo exhibition entitled “Russia from Kaliningrad to Kamchatka in Russia” in cooperation with the Russian Embassy in Ankara and Çankaya Municipality. It is stated that the attacker in the suit is waiting at the back of the ambassador while speaking.

Here's the assassin
Here’s the assassin

Hurriyet Ankara representative Deniz Zeyrek said: “We have a photo from our Ankara bureau, and we have a photograph of the event.” The photograph of Kamchatka was on display, while the ambassador spoke to the air while the ambassador spoke, then shot at the ambassador’s back and then emptied the room. The ambassador has been hit again and it has been claimed that the police entered by showing the police in. The suit goes in with a tie and a gun in a suit “



Hürriyet photographed Haşim Kılıç explains: “When the ambassador arrived, there was a photo exhibition organized by the Russian embassy, where a man in black suit, who we thought was our protection, was standing behind the ambassador, firing at the air and then shooting the ambassador.

Russian Ambassador suikaste first explanation from USA
First Ambassador to the United States

The attacker said more about Aleppo. Then he wanted people to go out. As the people went out, they fired a few more hands into the body of the ambassador. I guess one of those invites came to one of the invites. There were about 100 people in the guesthouse and they were completely evacuated. The people fired a few more at the embassy while they were fleeing. “The security officers of the Center for Contemporary Arts shared the knowledge that the attacker was a police officer.


The witness of the Russian ambassador Karlov, who was on the brigade with the armed attack,

“One who knows how to use a weapon from behind and very closely, or else there would be other wounded, and he would be more seriously injured with bouncing bullets … The ambassador is a person who comes in with the protection identity from behind. The ambassador was shot in the first or second minute while he was in the opening speech and there was no movement while he was lying on the ground … I think we lost … He fired at least five hands and fired another hand while lying on the ground said he took Aleppo’s revenge “In Aleppo, we do not squeeze you like civilians like you, we bore our bullets to you, we are throwing you at our bombs’, it is the summary of what remains in your mind.”



After the armed attack, the assailant evacuated the hall and stayed inside with the wounded ambassador. Special Operations and police teams surrounded the building. 15-20 hand guns were heard and there was a conflict.


Russia’s Ankara ambassador Andrey Karlov armed attack on the person was neutralized by the operation. Operation of the Çankaya Municipality Contemporary Arts Center, where Russian Ambassador to Ankara Andrey Karlov was attacked, was organized. After Karlov was wounded, a clash broke out between the attacker who learned that he was on the second floor of the building and the special operations police. After about 15 minutes of cracking, the attacker was neutralized. Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu and Minister of National Defense Fikri Işık also visited the scene and received information from the authorities.

Meanwhile hurriyet .com speaking Russian authorities attack radical that it achieved the Islamist terrorists.