It’s becoming clear that the failed coup attempt in Turkey was a false flag. What exactly does that mean? A false flag is “a horrific, staged event – blamed on a political enemy and used as a pretext to start a war or enact draconian laws in the name of national security.” The term comes from naval warfare, where one ship would attempt to deceive another by raising a flag other than its own, or hiding its own flag in order to get close enough to inflict a blow or capture an enemy ship.
With the success of Erdogan’s false flag, the entire situation in the Middle East will be changed as he moves toward total Islamization of Turkey and works toward creation of the caliphate he long has envisioned. This will mean trouble for Europe, as the first video below clearly reveals. But it also will mean trouble for Israel, who until recently has had a decent relationship with Turkey. After the Gaza flotilla incident, tensions mounted, but recently the two countries had reached a working agreement. This now appears to be in jeopardy.
This whole situation bears watching closely since it could be the game-changer for the Middle East which eventually ignites the war we know is coming. Some of the reasons for that are discussed in the videos, which we’d urge you to watch.