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Plenty of evidence to be found. These include video footage of oil trucks stretching out to the horizon at the border between Turkey, and “Moderate rebel controlled areas.”
Documents left behind by defeated ISIS militants, detailing numerous transactions of oil sales to Turk middlemen.
Spikes in oil export numbers at a Turkish port whenever ISIS occupies oil assets.
In their words, “it seems that whenever the Islamic State is fighting in the vicinity of an area hosting oil assets, the 13 exports from Ceyhan promptly spike. This may be attributed to an extra boost given to crude oil smuggling with the aim of immediately generating additional funds, badly needed for the supply of ammunition and military equipment…
Erdogan’s son is implicated.
…Bilal Erdogan owns a Maltese shipping company. “The BMZ Group, a company owned by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son Bilal alongside other family members, has purchased two tankers in the last two months at a total cost of $36 million,” Today’s Zaman reported in September. “The tankers, which will be registered to the Oil Transportation & Shipping company in October — an affiliate of the BMZ Group set up in Malta — were previously rented to the Palmali Denizcilik company for 10 years…”
All of these have been confirmed not just by Russian news media, but also by American news media, by British professors, and by independent investigators.
According to one of the graphics in the Zerohedge article, the first documented spike in oil exports happened in July 2014. Coincidentally, on August of 2014, this happened:
Turkey has been among the most outspoken critics of Israel for its military operations in Gaza. Erdogan has accused the Jewish state of “barbarism surpassing Hitler.”
“Remarks you have made recently have been widely viewed as anti-Semitic and are most definitely anti-Israel,” the House letter to Erdogan states, adding that they’ve made it harder to “communicate in a positive way about Turkey.”
This is one of those little clues that they leave behind.
“Communicate in a positive way about Turkey.”
This tells us that the US had been juggling the value of keeping the sale of oil to Israel a secret.
A distant whistling can be heard
They asked themselves, was it worth it to spin such thick webs knowing that the ISIS oil trade would eventually get out? With so many “middle-men” and “moderate rebels” involved, it was not to stay secret forever.
Turkey and Saudi Arabia provide money and logistical support for Daesh, but they’re both the allies of the UK and the US. I’m assuming the ISIS oil trade in Turkey is the reason why Chancellor Merkel is under tremendous pressure to keep the migrant deal glued together.
I’m fairly sure Erdogan made threats to spill the beans on the entire operation. If recent events tell us anything, (the crackdown on Turkish journalists, the stripping of Turkish lawmaker immunities, and Davutoglu’s resignation,) Erdogan is a very hotheaded person, but also very, very predictable.
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