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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 24, 2018

(Note: All info that is leaked already occurred unless stated otherwise.)

The Cabal underground outpost/facility near Torc Mountain has been destroyed.

Evidence found of other possible facilities is classified at this time.

Upon the destruction of the facility, many of the facility's personnel have scattered across Kerry County.

Alliance Ghost Operator Teams have went incognito searching for these remaining Cabal escapees.

Local Alliance members in the country's law enforcement and military were contacted and have agreed to help.

One of the incognito Ghost Operators spotted several Cabal escapees disguised as tourists on Carrauntoohil, the largest peak in Ireland.

These Cabal escapees were "covertly" apprehended.

Two other Cabal escapees were also seen in the town of Killarney and were covertly apprehended.

After being interrogated, these two escapees explained that they were to oversee operations at the facility near Torc Mountain.

Before they could arrive, their visit was cut short when they spotted the Alliance surrounding the facility near Torc Mountain.

This is where they decided to go into hiding in Killarney.

It was not long until they were both found intoxicated at a local bar which is where they were covertly apprehended.

No further intel on this matter at this time.

The RV is still set to begin before the collapse, or after the Cabal have been neutralized.




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How Turkey's Instanbul Terror and 'Pivot to Russia' are Linked

This is How Turkey's 'Pivot to Russia' and Istanbul Terror Are Linked

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09:21 01.07.2016

Turkey has long been accused of helping radical groups trying to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, but Ankara appears to have made a U-turn and is now serious about tackling Daesh and resolving the Syrian conflict. This policy change prompted terrorists to carry out an attack at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, Professor Hilmi Demir told Sputnik.

"Turkey has recently made a series of major steps with regard to the Syrian crisis and anti-Daesh fight," he said, citing remarks of the country's new prime minister as an example. In May, Binali Yildirim said that Turkey wanted to have more friends and needed to reduce the number of its enemies.

Turkey's previous prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, has largely been viewed as the architect of Ankara's strategy on Syria that was focused on ousting al-Assad and helping Syrian rebels come to power. This approach seems to have been replaced by something completely different. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has recently made overtures to Moscow and Tel Aviv.

"Pivot" to Russia

Erdogan's decision to mend ties with Russia and Israel is part of Turkey's new foreign policy vision, Professor Demir added. But it appears to have come at a cost. "Daesh has clearly been deeply concerned with these developments. [These worries] played a major part in making a decision to carry out" the latest terrorist attack in Istanbul.

The suicide bombing, the first of its kind at a Turkish airport, took place on June 28, leaving 43 killed and more than 230 wounded. Although Daesh has not claimed responsibility for the assault, authorities and experts agree that indirect indicators suggest that the brutal group is behind it.

Al-Monitor's columnist Metin Gurcan suggested that Turkey's drastic foreign policy change could have been a major factor, echoing Professor Demir's assessment.

"This group's motive could have been to intimidate Ankara because of its Syrian policy choices and sharp U-turns in relations with Russia and Israel, sending Ankara the message: 'Watch out. If you push us, you will pay a high price,'" he said.

A view of the entrance of the Ataturk international airport after two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance, in Istanbul, Turkey June 28, 2016.

Daesh's "multilevel, hybrid, complex structure"

Both experts also pointed out that terrorist attacks in Turkey are increasingly carried out by local Daesh cells that "are not fully under the hierarchical command-control chain of IS," as Gurcan put it. Professor Demir described these individual groups as "more flexible."

In his opinion, Turkey and the rest of the world are not prepared to deal with this type of threat.

In this context, "we need to come up with a new anti-Daesh strategy," Professor Demir noted. The terrorist group "has a multilevel, hybrid structure that is more complex than that of al-Qaeda. It's therefore extremely hard to tackle these groups employing traditional methods that were efficient against al-Qaeda."

"New language, new vision and new approach"

The analyst called for a comprehensive strategy that would include political and cultural components in addition to military and law enforcement efforts.

"We need to understand how Daesh and similar terrorist organizations recruit young people," he said. We also need to find out "what role political and cultural factors, as well as religious education and social networks, play in this process."

Professor Demir maintained that "we need a new language, new vision and new approach" to tackling Daesh.

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