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Video: Russian military reveals details of ISIS-Turkey oil smuggling

3900isisTruksOil An image released today by the Russian MoD allegedly showing 3,000 tankers and light trucks parked in Silopi, Turkey, near the borders with Iraq and Syria.

Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov at a press conference in Moscow today:

According to our data, the top political leadership of the country – President Erdogan and his family – is involved in this criminal business.

Russia presents proof of Turkey’s role in ISIS oil trade (RT)


  1. Davide says

    …Guardian publishes an article advocating a no-fly (free smuggling) zone over Syria:

    …and an article calling Russia’s sanctions against Turkey oppressive:

    I’m depressed anew with every article how right-wing the majority of comments on political articles have become. If I say anything that goes against the prevailing conservative view of a situation, I immediately get shouted down. Neoliberals and imperialists ahoy.

  2. Davide says

    The US has funded terrorists for decades, so do its allies… nothing new here. Curious to see how “left wing” outlets like the Guardian report this.

    • John says

      Except The Guardian is no longer left wing, if it ever was. I have always viewed it as a 19th Century Liberal paper.
      It continues in that imperialist tradition to this day.
      It is, was and always will be a capitalist, imperialist, neo-liberal and zionist rag.
      Regrettably, there are no mass circulation left-wing newspapers anymore.
      That element of political opinion has been effectively silenced in the media.
      Even some who appear to be left-orientated are not at all, in reality.

  3. Guest says

    If you are part of the U.S. club / them you can (literally) get away with murder.
    State terrorism is okay if you are Americas vassal, you can steal on a grand scale, fund terrorism, shoot political opponents, jail journalists, with out a peep from the MSM

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