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Powerful explosion in Ankara leaves more than 100 dead or injured
Erdogan and his allies are inciting the Turkish military to cross the border into Syria to protect their assets, the terrorist groups that are losing the war to Syrian government forces. And what better way to realize their evil plot than by bombing the military’s own!
Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has vowed to retaliate against the perpetrators of a powerful explosion in the capital Ankara that killed about 30 people and injured more than 60 others, most of them soldiers.
“Turkey will not shy away from using its right to self-defense at any time, any place or any occasion,” Erdogan said.
“Our determination to retaliate to these attacks, in Turkey and abroad, which aim at our unity, togetherness and future, is increasing with such actions.”
A key to Turkish president’s state of mind is the phrase “any place,” which indicates the extent of his Machiavellian scheme.
Unsurprisingly, no group has so far claimed responsibility for the explosion. Any future claims of responsibility may well be a part of the false flag operation.
In a separate explosion in the Swedish capital Stockholm, a building housing a Turkish cultural center was damaged on Wednesday, officials said.
Double-suicide bombing at a Kurdish peace rally in Ankara
In October 2015, more than a hundred people were killed in a double-suicide bombing at a Kurdish peace rally in Ankara. That bombing was also sanctioned by Erdogan.
Eyewitnesses said the explosions were carried out by suicide bombers and that there were no police personnel present near the crime scene when the bombing occurred. The riot police arrived at the scene about 15 minutes later, according to HDP Foreign Affairs Commission.
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