Last week Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened Turkish president Recep Erdogan that he will “restore Constantinople (Istanbul) to Christendom and protect Russian maritime security by liberating the Dardanelles and Bosphorus straits”, Pentagon sources say. “This has been the plan all along as borders will be redrawn, with Turkey expelled from Cyprus and balkanized,” they added.
This may be what prompted Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to fly to Iran and seek peace between the Sunni and Shia factions of Islam.
If the two sides agree to a peace deal, this could mean the 1384 year-old split between the two factions of Islam might end. That is what the Turks are hoping for to counter the Russian, Western military alliance that was formalized when the Pope and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch met on February 12th, a first since 962 years ago.
However, the situation may not be that easy to resolve because of deep Turkish involvement in the Nazi coup d’etat that took place in the US on September 11th, 2001. It now seems the choice of that date for the attack on the US was linked to the fact that September 11, 1683 was the date the last Turkish attempt to convert Christian Europe by force of arms failed. This was when the siege of Vienna was lifted by a Christian coalition just hours before a giant Turkish gunpowder mine was set to blow open the walls protecting Vienna.
The Nazi/Turkish link has deep roots in history. It can be traced to