Abel Danger: The US Ambassador met coup leader the day before the upheaval

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2016

The new evidence of the US participation in the coup attempt in Turkey emerged. Greek press published a photo made a day before the coup. It shows the US ambassador in Turkey John Basse together with the Turkish senior officer, who looks like one of the leaders of the coup Col. Ali Yazıcı (former military adviser to President Erdogan). They had a private meeting in Cengelkoy café the day before the coup.

The image demonstrates the US involvement in the coup and its close ties with a part of Turkish army, before the upheaval. Recall, that physical elimination of Erdogan was one of the goals of the coup attempt.

The next move by the Turkish government will be to ask the expulsion of the American ambassador from the country which will cause further disruption to the US and trigger process of Turkey leaving the NATO.

F. William Engdahl – historian, economic researcher, writer comments this:

F. William Engdahl – Ambassador John Bass – professional CIA agent provocateur

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 John R. Bass

John R. Bass is the Ambassador of the United States to Turkey. He was Ambassador of the United States to Georgia from 2009 to 2012.

Ambassador Bass is from upstate New York, and is a graduate of Syracuse University. He speaks Italian and French. In October 2012 he was appointed Executive Secretary of the United States Department of State and served as the liaison between the State Department’s many bureaus and the leadership offices of the Secretary, the Deputy Secretaries, and the Director of Policy Planning. 

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Col. Ali Yazici

Related reading:

Erdogan’s Chief Military Adviser Detained Over Alleged Involvement in Coup

Erdogan’s Former Chief Military Adviser Arrested Over Failed Military Coup

Source: Abel Danger: The US Ambassador met coup leader the day before the upheaval

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