Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through It’ Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Over five hundred people gathered at Turkish embassy in Moscow to protest and throw stones, bottles, paint cans and even eggs into the building to express their opinion on the recent act of the Turkish air force which downed a Russian jet bomber in Syria yesterday. The embassy building was secured by police who arrived promptly but they didn’t arrest anyone. Let’s see how the building looks after the protests.

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

“Turkey – stab in the back” was the main motto of the event.

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through  It'  Windows

What do you think?  Is that a righteous protest?

44 thoughts on “Turkish Consulate in Moscow Was Stoned and Had Bottles Thown Through It’ Windows”

    • 10 warnings in 17 seconds? Yeah, right – sounds like you are an ISIS apologist. The last time Turks played these games with Russians, they lost the northern Black Sea coast and the Balkans. This time, we Kurds itch for a little help redrawing the(soon to be historical) Turkish map. Viva Russia! Viva Kurdistan!

    • Don’t put too much onus on anything Turkey says they are known liars.They are also known supporters of ISIS, so anything coming from them is a bald faced lie to cover for their perfidy and treasonous behaviour.

  1. I seem to remember several civilian flights (not even military flights) shoot down by Russian (Soviet) forces. KAL Flight 007 (I always thought there was Karma in that number) strayed off course and was shot down with all aboard killed. KAL 902 was forced down and the passengers held for several weeks before being released.

    Both were pilot error.

    At least the Turks shot down a military aircraft. No, the protests are not righteous.

    How quickly memories fail….

    • Well seems you forgot the Irianian civil airliner shot down by the Americans. That was the worst air disaster in the History of that country.
      How quickly memories fail…

  2. Putin sent his hooligans in a fit of impotent rage. Russians should however remember that if they do this kind of stuff to other country diplomatic facilities, same or worse can happen to their embassies or embassy staff in the world, or Russian embassies can be asked to pack up and leave!

    • Did you make these eloquent comments when Ukrainian nationalists tried to storm the Russian embassy last year? Probably, not. If Russian embassy staff are asked to pack and leave, there’s no loss. Eventually, as this year’s G20 summit has shown, countries will engage in dialogue with Russia sooner rather than later.

  3. Lol it seems only Russian is serious fighting Isis. Goodbye Europe. Welcome Eurabia. It’s your own fault, You’ve made a terrible mistake.

  4. Do you even know any other information or facts before you post your stupid s…t here. Keep sitting on the coach and watch western propaganda for the rest of your life.

  5. Russia should show these mountain monkeys, who they are dealing with… PUSH the ISIS right in to Turky.. they should get what they support.. let’s see how they will be treated by the shit they created and support.

  6. We know that Turkey is lying for three reasons.

    One reason is that NATO governments lie every time that they open their mouths.

    A second reason is that Turkey’s claim that the SU-24 was in Turkey’s airspace for 17 seconds but only traveled 1.15 miles means that the SU-24 was flying at stall speed! The entire Western media was too incompetent to do the basic math!

    A third reason is that, assuming Turkey’s claim of a 17 second airspace violation is true, 17 seconds is not long enough for a Turkish pilot to get clearance for such a serious and reckless act as shooting down a Russian military aircraft. If the SU-24 was flying at a normal speed rather than one that would be unable to keep the aircraft aloft, the alleged airspace violation would not have been long enough to be noticed. A shootdown had to have been pre-arranged. The Turks, knowing that the Russians were foolishly trusting to the agreement that there be no air to air encounters, told pilots to look for an opportunity. In my recent article, I gave a reason for this reckless act: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/11/24/turkey-has-destroyed-russias-delusion-of-western-cooperation-paul-craig-roberts/

  7. To know a person, is to know how they treat their enemies…But…
    Allowing the enemy to walk on you is to know weakness.
    Sometimes, action speaks louder than words.
    As an Ex-Australian who is armed, respect.

    • As a current Australian thank god you are an ex-Australian.

      Russians are savage peasants; Turks are highly cultured and civilised. The Russians have violated Turkish airspace many times before, they pushed their luck and paid the price.

      No doubt the Russian pilot was drunk anyway. All Russians are always drunk. Scum.

      • Turkish military jets violated Greek airsàce more than 2,000 times last year, and instead of shootiung them down and starting a War, Greek fighters intercepted and escorted them back to the sea, like all civilized countries do… That may help to balance your hardened russophobia

  8. I am going to make cheese sandwich. The bread will, naturally, be whole-grain bread, with the grain originating from the finest, sun soaked fields in the vicinity. The cheese, soft, rich, and filling, is made from the milk of a small herd of happy, contented cows fed on clover and buttercup flowers at a farm owned my a woman a couple of furlongs along the lane from my cottage. After I have eaten the sandwich, I will make some dark, creamy, Italian coffee in my mocca, and then spend an hour or two playing chess on my chess computer while I listen to the birds flocking outside my window, preparing for their long migration to the south.

    • What is “sad and disturbing” about a nice cheese sandwich and a satisfying coffee?

      > Wishing peace for all those affected and involved in these.

      I shall communicate your sentiments to the cows and birds forthwith.

  9. Russia should not have violated Turkish airspace. It’s that simple. This isn’t the first time they have been so stupid and arrogant.

    It seems highly likely that the Russian pilot was drunk. Because all Russians are always drunk.

    I wish a Russian plane would overfly Australia so we too could shoot that sucker down.

    • “Jizz”, it is highly likely that the Turks will attack your Greek allies, after invading Greek airspace countless times with military fighters. It won’t be the first time… and they are not “drunk”.

    • Nice nickname. When I went to Vegas, the cheapest girls were white trash inbreds from Alabama, Oklahoma, etc… You should go out more often.

  10. Just in case anyone is interested, my cheese sandwich was very nice. So nice, in fact, that I made another one during the very next day and I finished the consumption of that dairy-derived delight with another espresso, similar to that which accompanied the first (I say “first”, in a sort of typist’s shorthand, but, of course, I mean “first sandwich”), on the day prior.

    Thank you for your interest, should you have had, or yet have, any.

    • Russians are not interested. They are bombing ISIS terrorists to oblivion. Enjoy your “moderate” sandwich and get fat… It seems that’s all you can do.

  11. Everybody should know & understand.
    Nobody ever wins a war and everybody becomes a loser from it.
    Except for the manufacturers of WMD’s
    “Weapons of Mass Destruction” and their purchasers.

    • Fuck off you fake kyke… You are again trying to turn this into an antisemite conversation…
      but seriously. When the americans are doing things like that… Oh the Russians call them terrorists and call for international sanctions… When Russians do that it’s called patriotism… And I’m french so don’t start calling me an american pig. I’m a french frog!!!!

  12. russia always do that for domination over other countries. we lost one p4 phantom at syria border almost a year ago. after that Turkey declared new engagement rules and whenever any syrian or any other fighter jet try to fly through Turkish AirSpace, will be destroyed.
    And some einsteins talking about airspace violation over Aegean sea. Hey dudes aegean is not greek airspace and both sides already lost almost 10 fighter due to dogfights in that area 😉

    • -“…we lost one p4 phantom at syria border almost a year ago…”. Well, tell your Erdogan to stop financing and aiding Terrorists, and everytghing will be fine. Otherwise, Russian AS-400 missiles will blast whatever aircraft of yours the Russians find menacing. You can’t hide on the American pants next time.

      -“…aegean is not greek airspace…”. Greek airspace is Greek airspace. You should thank that the Greeks, the Russians (and NATO) are far more civilized than your Erdogan warmonger.

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