It’s 2015. The war in Syria is raging and the planet has been “frozen” by the horrific atrocities of jihadists as ISIS rampages. It is then that Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s “best friend”, Russian President Vladimir Putin, is in Paris, on the sidelines of an international climate summit. All the lights are on him, as Turkey has shot down a Russian fighter jet.
Putin, then, makes a shocking complaint. He says Russian intelligence indicates Islamic State oil is being trafficked through Turkey. And he opens the bag of Aeolus about the dark businesses of Erdogan’s Turkey. Billions of “black” dollars, stained with blood and laden with human suffering will finance the neo-Ottoman, sprinkled with megalomania plans of its neighbor president.