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Old 11th October 2015, 11:40   #21 (permalink)
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What is even stranger about this bombing it happened a day after the PKK had said they had called a truce over the election period. Maybe provocation to cancell this truce . So the ruling party could continue it's successful campaign of blame (below )

The ruling party had been putting the blame on the HDP, rightly or wrongly for the PKK attacks, even the ones in retaliation for overhead bombings . To discredit the HDP and advising voters a vote for the HDP was a vote for the terrorists the PKK .
The PKK attacks were being given as a reason to cancell the voting in certain areas or excuse for moving ballot boxes away from Kurdish area's to count them (were they could be tampered with before arrival at counting station "Stuffing " )

This was counterreacted by the PKK anouncement giving them no reason to implement these measures . A day later this bombing maybe new "old tactic" of "deep state "

A example of ruling parties mindset is the governments cabinet ministers utterence right after the bombing blaming the actual organisers of the Peace Rally shame on him .


Minister Eroğlu blames activists killed in bomb attack, calls them ‘
'provocateurs’

In the aftermath of Saturday’s twin bomb blast that killed at least 30 pro-Kurdish and leftwing activists in capital Ankara, Minister of Forestry and Waterworks Veysel Eroğlu scandalously called the activists “provocateurs” and referred to their peace gathering as a “terrorist demonstration.”

Minister Ero?lu blames activists killed in bomb attack, calls them ?provocateurs?
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The Missus says the "alternative" news and social media are full of personal accounts by survivors of the Ankara bombing that there was no police presence before the rally. These accounts were allegedly by people who had participated in previous demonstrations and rallies and the police "robocops" (riot police) previously were always out in force.

Reports also say that police hampered rescue efforts even stopping ambulances trying to get to the scene.

The 4 minute video at the bottom of this page shows NO POLICE anywhere even in the aftermath of the bombing.
Sound like what the authorities got up to in Northern Ireland.
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Sounds like what the authorities got up to in Northern Ireland.
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Thay even stopped ambulances getting through and tear-gassed those who were trying to get help to the wounded.

"Bulent Tekdemir, who was at the rally, told the BBC that police used tear gas shortly after the explosions at 10am and “would not let ambulances through” in the aftermath.

Footage showed lines of riot officers appearing to block a road near the blast site, with ambulances parked in the background."

Ankara terror attack: Protesters clash with police after ambulances 'blocked' following explosions | Europe | News | The Independent

How can you call yourself a human being and allow this?
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Spy agency planning false-flag terror acts in crowded areas, whistleblower claims

the Suruc Massacre and the Turkish Deep State. | Crimes of Empire


Not the most accurate reporting, but it's food for thought and probably a whole lot closer to the truth.

Funny how the HDP passed the 10% threshold, the Suruc happened and the government blamed IS - but instead of taking action against IS, the Turkish army started bombing PKK areas and the declared several strict curfews in Kurdish communities where people had no access to anything for days.

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Thousands of people, many chanting anti-government slogans, gathered in central Ankara on Oct. 11 near the scene of bomb blasts which killed at least 95 people, mourning the victims of the most deadly attack of its kind on Turkish soil.

Protesters gather at scene of Ankara bombings; 95 dead - LOCAL
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Turkey: Two Explosions at Ankara Peace Rally (GRAPHIC)
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