NATO’s Two Biggest Nations (U.S. and Turkey) Aiding and Abetting ISIS… For OIL – and ERDOGAN’S SON is the Minister

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By Barrack

Do you remember the oft-chanted left-wing phrase during the Iraq war, ‘no blood for oil’? It was a faux attempt by liberals to claim the moral high ground by showing they cared for the lives of American soldiers. It is now coming to light that Turkey is buying ISIS oil and the man running the operation is President Erdogan’s son Bilal Erdogan.

Bilal Erdogan running ISIS Oil Business?

Bilal Erdogan running ISIS Oil Business?

Yet, today, Barack Obama is still largely supported by the left despite indications that he may have collaborated with Turkey – NATO’s second largest member nation – in the shooting down of a Russian jet. At a minimum, the two nations continue to remain partners at the top of NATO’s hierarchy despite Turkey’s bald-faced embrace of not just Muslim Brotherhood leaders and terrorists but also ISIS.

This makes the Obama administration – as well as the McCain / Rubio wing of the Republican Party – all willing accomplices in the support of ISIS. You see, that Republican wing wants to both destroy ISIS but also defend Turkey, which supports ISIS; it’s a delusional position.

If you want to know why the fight against ISIS has been so anemic, it’s largely because Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been crippling forces that would otherwise fight ISIS. He has allegedly put his son in charge of the oil dealings with ISIS and Obama has played right along as is obvious by the fact that Obama would rather attend a Climate Change summit than address his alliance with Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Here is a video of translated conversations between the elder and younger Erdogans, who are no strangers to corruption:

According to the UK Daily Mail, Erdogan is ‘sabotaging’ any effort to fight ISIS:

Erdogan’s regime has on many occasions turned a blind eye to ISIS activity in Turkey, as well as to Turkish businessmen and smugglers doing trade deals with the jihadist butchers…

…Turkey’s planes have aimed their missiles almost exclusively at the one army which poses a real threat to ISIS, and has won countless battlefield victories against them — the Kurdish PKK forces inside Syria.

The trouble is that Erdogan, who has spent years ruthlessly concentrating power into his own hands, considers the Kurds an even greater threat to his nation than ISIS…

…while Turkey may be a member of Nato — and of the alliance taking on the jihadists — Erdogan seems to be doing almost everything he can to cripple the forces actually fighting ISIS.

Yet, despite these cold, hard realities even Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio thinks the U.S. should defend and stand with Turkey. While Rubio expressed some concern over the internal dynamics of Turkey, his logic is convoluted. He admits that one of the reasons he didn’t want Russia involved in Syria is because it could lead to an incident between Russia and Turkey, which is what happened when the Russian jet was shot down.

The elephant in the room that no one seems to consider is that Turkey has become so evil that it should have no place in NATO whatsoever, especially if it’s supporting ISIS. In this exchange, Rubio calls Putin a ‘gangster’ but lets the Hitler-loving Erdogan skate (Erdogan reportedly carried around a copy of Mein Kampf in grade school).

Instead of making the case that not defending Turkey would undermine NATO, Rubio should be advocating that Turkey already has undermined it and that defending said terror state would undermine America:

Of course, these developments should cause ALL to question how they relate to what went on in Benghazi. It is known that weapons were being shipped out of Benghazi to Turkey and then on to Syrian rebels; did those rebels include ISIS?

Back in January of 2013, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) hit Hillary hard about weapons shipments to Turkey:

For years now, Erdogan has been showing preference for ISIS in its fight with Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and one of the reasons may just be oil:

In his obsession with removing Syria’s President Assad, Erdogan has ignored the way ISIS has quietly infiltrated dingy and depressed Turkish towns through which they funnel foreign jihadists to Syria. Turkish smugglers buy ISIS oil by the tanker load.

The website ZeroHedge quotes a retired French General on the subject, who said:

“Turkey is either not fighting ISIL at all or very little, and does not interfere with different types of smuggling that takes place on its border, be it oil, phosphate, cotton or people.”

As it turns out the main culprit appears to be Erdogan’s son Bilal Erdogan (h/t ZH):

The prime source of money feeding ISIS these days is sale of Iraqi oil from the Mosul region oilfields where they maintain a stronghold. The son of Erdoğan it seems is the man who makes the export sales of ISIS-controlled oil possible.

Bilal Erdoğan owns several maritime companies. He has allegedly signed contracts with European operating companies to carry Iraqi stolen oil to different Asian countries. The Turkish government buys Iraqi plundered oil which is being produced from the Iraqi seized oil wells. Bilal Erdoğan’s maritime companies own special wharfs in Beirut and Ceyhan ports that are transporting ISIS’ smuggled crude oil in Japan-bound oil tankers.

Russia is calling out this arrangement and has already begun taking actions in response to the shooting down of its jet. Among those actions is Putin now making it more difficult for Russians to travel to Turkey, which is sure to hurt Turkey’s tourism industry.

As is seemingly always the case with Obama, he’s doing his level best not to have his fingerprints on these developments but make no mistake, he is an active accomplice in supporting Turkey, the Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS.

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