Breaking- Part 3- Molavi Assassination: 5 Suspects Detained, Questionable Documents & Motives

This is Sibel Edmonds, reporting from Turkey on the assassination of Iranian Triple-Agent Masoud Molavi in Istanbul, Turkey.

In my two previous breaking episodes I provided you with background on Molavi, the assassination case and the three suspect nation states with motives. In this breaking report I provide you with the latest developments in the case, the arrest of suspects, and much questionable background information on Molavi.

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  1. Robert Diggins says:

    Hi Sibel, thanks for the clarification on the number of times he was hit vs. shots fired. Makes a little more sense. Though I’m still surprised by the release of the CCTV footage, as well as the perfect position in front of the camera.

    With this episode, you’re right about the image of the 14 year old being incorrect, obviously.

    If this points to him being a patsy, for outrage propaganda against Iran, it seems like the shooter and others arrested also could be patsies.

    Definitely, the information doesn’t make sense and the footage released, combined with the false narrative blunders, continue to seem like theater.

    I guess now we wait for multiple iterations of changes to the narrative, to confuse anyone paying attention, per usual. The initial statement by the USA (Pompeo) remains as the accomplished goal, so far.

    This goal is in line with your stated assessment of the strategy of demonizing the Iranian government (“regime”), while creating hardships for the Iranian public, while trying to win over influential Iranian military and government leaders, with the false choice between watching their country being decimated with sanctions and hardships, along with the telegraphed threat of extremely violent military attacks, versus acquiescence and assistance in “regime change”, in order to save the public from extreme pain, hardships, and possible massive military attacks, with lots of collateral damage.

    I can’t remember when you started talking about this strategy, but it seems like about a year ago. Forgive me if I’m not accurately representing what you said about this emerging iteration of topple-Iran plans. I’d be interested in any follow up reports on that possible attempt to turn some of the military in Iran. I think the emphasis was on getting the Iranian Spring going with help from key members of the power structure, using a possible bluff concerning a move towards US/NATO military attacks, to save their country by burning it down.

    I hope you can understand what I’m referring to and clarify. Thank you!

    P.S. Maybe Gladio B is calling this recent whirlwind of events in Turkey Operation Thanksgiving. Getting all the relatives to argue at the dinner table.

    • Definitely theatrical: Even the arrest of alleged suspect and his delivery to the police station all filmed-theatrical.

      Yes- I did that video almost a year ago. Now with US semi pullout from Syria, the focus will shift towards Iran.

      I am still amused: how not a single word in a single Israel media on Molavi’s assassination. Very interesting.

      I am also flabbergasted on how no attention is being paid in the US to all these explosive developments. No one is covering- no one is paying any attention: all focus on distraction called Impeachment & Coming theatrical elections. Part of me is so glad to be out of the US with people so easily fooled-played.

      Happy TGD. I had to do every single thing from scratch being in Turkey for the feast. Even finding celery stalks was an detective work

      • Robert Diggins says:

        I’m sure it was delicious! How about sage? Is that common? I’m guessing rosemary is available. Last year, I cooked the turkey upside down, by accident. So, that should give you an idea about my culinary skills. It actually worked out, believe it or not.

        This year, I watched a video and tried something new. I removed the spine then flipped it over and pushed down on the breastbone to flatten out the whole thing with all skin exposed. Baked at 450 F for 90 min. And it worked! Or my family is really polite, one of the two. Anyway this method is supposed to even out the thicknesses and be faster. My mother said, “You did what?!”, when I talked to her. I miss being there on TGD. Since I was a kid, always fun to help out. We used to use a hand cranked grinder for cranberries. THAT is fun for a kid! Watching the cranberries get squeezed and pop as you turn the handle.

        But, we stayed home away from home bc of the blizzard coming, and were lucky bc all flights canceled over weekend (it was pretty bad there). Hope you had a nice time!

  2. I guess these things are called ‘deceptions’ for a reason.
    Do they sell Turkeys in Turkey 🙂 ?

  3. Steven Hobbs says:

    Yep! Theatricality for those attentive enough to enjoy the spectacle in these culdesacs of information. The formula is tried, tired, true. How many patsies are called, how many drown in the dark.
    Turkey’s in Turkey? Maybe less plentiful than celery.
    Seems formally thoughtful US citizens are now formally thoughtful consumers.
    Would this be another “temporary hangout” vortex of disinformation? It looks like it.

    I give thanks to Sibel and the team; and, the presently *free* internet.

    • John Pilger reported “In the 1970s, I met Leni Reifenstahl, close friend of Adolf Hitler, whose films helped cast the Nazi spell over Germany. She told me that the message in her films, the propaganda, was dependent not on “orders from above” but on what she called the “submissive void” of the public.
      “Did this submissive void include the liberal, educated bourgeoisie?” I asked her.
      “Of course,” she said, “especially the intelligentsia….When people no longer ask serious questions, they are submissive and malleable. Anything can happen.”

      • Robert Diggins says:

        That is insightful and interesting. Free play in The Submissive Void. Mary Shelly would be proud. If she thought it was a novel, warning of a future authoritarian nightmare.

        I’m guessing Leni wasn’t alone, in this wisdom. Oh, look at the time. Gotta put Red Dawn on for the kids, while I watch The Hunt for Red October. Got a whole slew of films for tomorrow. Lord of War, Hurt Black Locker Down, Zero Dark Void, and some special drug trafficking whistleblower killed RFK 9/11 tributes. I’m going to feel something. I just know it.

        • Ben Richards says:

          Zero Dark Thirty was one of the worst films I’ve ever seen. There was a bombing depicted in Indonesia in the film that I believe was completely distorted and warped. The whole film was awful. The movie didn’t make sense to me. Thrillers were never my favorite genre. I’ve seen “Triumph of the Will”. I can recommend you some great foreign films if you’re interested in spiritual themes.

          • Ben Richards says:

            Nevermind, in the movie it depicts the 2008 Islamabad Marriott hotel bombing. I got it confused with the 2003 Marriott Hotel bombing in Jakarta. Interestingly enough, about 4 1/2 hours before the explosion rocked the JW Marriott Hotel in South Jakarta, the US Embassy canceled 10-20 room bookings at the elite hotel. What a coincidence. I thought the film was depicting the bombing by an al-qaeda affiliate in Jakarta which they would have failed to show the US embassy cancelling their bookings about 5 hours ahead of time. Though a wikipedia search on the 2088 Islamabad Marriot hotel bombing shows claims of Americans breaching security there as well, so it’s just so crappy that film. And the main character doesn’t even exist. She’s supposed to be an amalgamation of many different people, and in my view, a complete invention. Here’s the article:

        • Ben Richards says:

          I will give you 3 film recommendations. One is a Turkish film called “Bir Zamanlar Anadolu’da” or “Once Upon a Time in Anatolia”. It’s very slow and may not be to your taste. A good Russian one I liked a lot was “Khrustalyov, my car!” And “Taste of Cherry” from Iran. Here are trailers:

  4. how powerfully the narratives are controlled,….
    Whole nations are captured by a single go-pro dataset
    they are not allowed to see. R
    (There are none so blind…..)
    (The blue pill was XANAX)

  5. Ben Richards says:

    I’m still mostly interested in his past expertise. The drones and the nexus of cyber/hacking and aerospace. It’s the most important part of this in my opinion. But apparently maybe he doesn’t have any real expertise. Just a low-level person.

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