Urgent! Consequences of Turkey Shooting Down Russian Su-24 Jet in Syria – Complete Coverage, Analysis, Predictions!

Wow, this is literally an explosive situation we have here. Spot on analysis regarding Turkey’s role in Syria, Lada I’m truly impressed how you called the signs in your Syria Game Changer report well in advance. Thanks to you, i’m seeing all the pieces of this geopolitical chess match.
It would be interesting where satellite imagery place the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 fighter plane right before it was shot down. I’m sure there will be plenty of lip service on all sides but the truth will come out. Latest news:

“What may make matters worse is that those Turkmen tribesmen say they shot and killed both Russian pilots as they floated to earth in their parachutes, having apparently ejected safely from their plane, which was brought down by a Turkish F-16 firing air-to-air missiles. And then the tribesmen reportedly destroyed a Russian helicopter with a TOW antitank missile as it tried to rescue the airmen.”

Truly a tragic and volatile situation we have unfolding right before our eyes!

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Putin’s video announcement: Turkey, who is aiding terrorists, has stabbed us in the back Rus/Eng. Link

MAP: Russian Su-24 crash scheme by Russian defense ministry:

Russian Defense Ministry demonstrates map of the Su-24M flight which ended in downing by Turkish F-16 jet. Russian MoD insists the jet didn’t violate Turkish airspace, while Ankara says the plane crossed into its territory for 17 seconds, leaked document indicates.

US-backed states have right to self defence, but not others- State Dept.

During the moment of Turkey shooting down the Russian Su-24, it flew at the 6km altitude, one kilometer away from Turkish border on the Syrian side. The plane was shot down by AMERICAN missiles from American-made F-16 employed by TURKISH army, in retaliation for Russia successfully bombing Syrian terrorists, whom they call ‘Turkmen,’ and who are financed, trained and openly supported by Turkey.

In the area in which the plane was shot…

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My name is Marwa, and I am a Muslim.

I love her beautiful and positive message. Ppl simply want happiness in their lives, creating joy and sharing it with others is the best way to change this world for the better. If one’s faith is strong, then live your religion and represent! ❤

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Dear @realdonaldtrump,

 My name is Marwa, and I am a Muslim.

I heard you wanted us the start wearing ID badges, so I decided to choose one for myself.

I am not easily identifiable as a ‪


just by looking at me, so my new badge will let me display proudly who I am.

I chose the peace sign because it represents my ‪


The one that taught me to oppose ‪injustice and yearn for ‪unity.

The one that taught me that killing one innocent life is equivalent to killing humanity.

I heard you want to track us as well.


You can come with me on my Cancer Awareness walks at the local middle school, or you can follow me to work where it’s my job to create happiness.

You can also see how my local mosque makes PB&J sandwiches for the…

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♪Rhiannon Giddens – La Vie en Rose

Please check out Bear’s Blog:


“This is for Paris, and Beirut, and Kenya, and Charleston, and so many others; for countless innocent people devastated by terrorism- which is just a word for organized hatred and inhumanity. We have to keep seeing the world in shades of rose- we have to keep hoping for peace and working for change and believing that with our art, our love, our knowledge, and most of all, our empathy and understanding for our fellow human beings, we can make a difference.”
— Rhiannon Giddens Published on Nov 18, 2015


Suffocating Town


We’ve grown up in a place where our dreams can’t breathe 
They’re turning blue at the bottom of the pond because our parents told us we weren’t allowed to dig up ugly things
Somehow the ideas of success and failure got blended together and it all started to look the same
We all became athletes and we all became students
We’ve strived for A’s because of the expectation 
We’ve failed to realize the toll aiming for perfection has taken on our souls 
We can get a 97% on calculus tests in under forty five minutes and we can run during P.E like we’re running for our lives but we can’t remember what we wanted to be when we were four years old 

Our math teachers told us to strive for mediocrity 
We wouldn’t stand out and we wouldn’t fail but we would be there
Getting grades and satisfying our parents

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