Thomas Wictor

Turkish tank miraculously reattaches man’s severed head

Turkish tank miraculously reattaches man’s severed head

The Great Turkish Purge continues. This is what I read during the middle of the “attempted coup.”


Yet here’s what’s happening today.


It appears that about 900 men in tanks and light armored vehicles actively participated. We know that somebody fooled an unknown percentage of them into thinking it was military exercises. Turkish officials are now raving about a “parallel organization,” meaning a shadow group as powerful as the government.


Turkish lies

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has an animal’s instinct for survival. He understood immediately that the “attempted coup” was not real. Like all soulless authoritarians, he could not let this crisis go to waste.

And that’s exactly what the perpetrators of Operation Erdoland wanted. Turkey will remain in a state of chaos and incompetence for the foreseeable future. With each passing day, the Turks reaffirm their commitment to failure. Because Turkey had dual loyalties, its armed forces were detrimental to the fight against terrorism. Therefore it doesn’t matter that Turkish troops will no longer be in a position to help.

They wouldn’t have helped anyway.

Here’s the first Turkish lie I found. This is supposed to be the helicopter gunship that an F-16 shot down.


In reality, it’s an American AH-64 Apache that crashed in Wonju, South Korea, on November 24, 2015.


Now the Turkish authorities are committed to the fiction. They’ve begun staging events. Everything in the video below is fake.

How do I know?

For one thing, all of the alleged aerial bombings took place between 10:50 p.m. and 2:51 a.m. In other words, at night. In the dark. Thus the videos above are phony. End of story.

Also, none of those explosions are the result of aerial munitions. A “general purpose” bomb is high-explosive fragmentation. The steel casing shatters into thousands of razor-sharp pieces that can kill from great distances. Below is the signature of a general-purpose bomb that explodes on the street of a city.


There’s no evidence of fragmentation damage anywhere in Ankara.

Furthermore, the “bombs” in the videos struck nothing. Why were “coup” pilots wasting expensive aerial munitions by attacking nearly empty streets?

In a moment, I’ll show you what caused the explosions.

Turkish presque vu

We all know the sensation of déjà vu, the feeling that we’ve experienced something before. However, there’s also jamais vu, or “never seen.” It’s an eerie hallucination that makes something commonplace seem unfamiliar, as though we’re seeing it for the first time.

Finally, there’s presque vu, or “almost seen,” the maddening “tip of the tongue” phenomenon.

This Turkish writer gives us a presque vu interpretation of the “attempted coup.” He almost sees the reality.



BECAUSE IT WAS A DECEPTION OPERATION. Somebody took over Turkey and caused its security forces to eat each other alive. Below is a summary of what we’ve been told.

Turkish Special Forces both instigated the coup and defeated it. The Turkish Gendarmarie both instigated the coup and suffered deaths at the hands of the coup. The Turkish air force both instigated the coup and defeated it. Armored units killed unarmed civilians and surrendered to unarmed civilians. The police both instigated and defeated the coup.

Even though the “coup plotters” intended to kill Erdoğan, they did this.

“At least two F-16s harassed Erdogan’s plane while it was in the air and en route to Istanbul. They locked their radars on his plane and on two other F-16s protecting him,” a former military officer with knowledge of the events told Reuters. “Why they didn’t fire is a mystery.”

Not a mystery; it’s a fantasy. It didn’t happen.

Turkish non-delight

Reuters unknowingly reveals what we know: This was a deception operation that somebody much more powerful than Turkey carried out.


The goal of Operation Erdoland was not to overthrow Erdoğan. Instead, somebody wanted Turkey to stop arming and supporting terrorists, as well as deliberately mucking up the ongoing attempt to stabilize the Middle East. Now Erdoğan is free to stand on the necks of Turks, who will thank him. Operation Erdoland was not a one-time thing. It was a mild warning. From now on Erdoğan will be on his best behavior when it comes to the world outside the Turkish borders.

Inside Turkey? That’s the Turks’ problem. They can deal with it.

Sad Turkish propaganda

I told you that I’d explain the explosions in the videos above.

The Turks used mine-clearing charges.

Not the rockets. They chopped the explosive line into pieces and laid it in the street.


There’s no doubt. That is without question the signature of an explosive mine-clearing charge.

What about this?




Again, not a high-explosive aerial munition. The windshield of the car is intact.


This is the epicenter of the explosion.




The slab of concrete pavement isn’t sitting level with the others. That’s because an improvised explosive device (IED) is under that slab. The shock wave traveled horizontally along the ground. What we see is blast damage, with no sign of fragmentation.


It wasn’t an aerial munition.

Turkish tank reattaches man’s head

This video is stunning in its amateurishness.

Two tanks ran over the man, decapitating him and then…recapitating him.

One reason the tanks squashed him is that he kept turning transparent. The tank drivers couldn’t see him.


He squats down directly in front of the tank tread.


The tank runs him over and stops right on top of him.


His head falls off and rolls forward.


The tank starts up again. It runs over the head.


But after the tank passes, the head reinflates. And the headless man is now a ghost.


Then the ghost becomes an acetylene cylinder used for welding.


The acetylene cylinder transforms into a headless man who again kneels directly in front of the tank tread.




Being squashed a second time reassembles the man. His head is back in place.


Or a second head was squeezed out of his midsection.

Despite the weight of two main battle tanks flattening him, he manages to unstick his legs from the pavement and kick them.


Is this Death?


Maybe the reassembly didn’t take.

Not Turkish

Turkey is a catastrophe. It’s fully reverted to Midnight Express.

How grotesquely ironic. The brutal guard above is American actor Paul L. Smith, who was from Massachusetts. Smith’s first acting job was in the movie Exodus (1960), filmed in part in Israel. In 1967 Smith returned to Israel to fight in the Six-Day War as a Mahal or “volunteer from outside the land.”

Cast mostly as villains, Smith had bachelor of arts degrees in philosophy and psychology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree in motivational psychology from Harvard. He also attended Florida State University, where he studied acting, and then he went on to do theater in New York. A chance meeting with Otto Preminger set the course of the rest of his life. Smith had a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and was a bouncer and bodyguard before becoming a full-time actor and producer.

In 2006 he moved to Israel and became a citizen, taking the name Adam Eden. He died in Ra’anana on April 25, 2012, at the age of seventy-five.

By all accounts he was a wonderful man. He only pretended to be what Turkey actually is.



While the fake videos above are bad, the one below is mind boggling.

This is the alleged helicopter gunship attack on the National Intelligence Organization (MIT), the guys who arm jihadist terrorists and set off car bombs that kill hundreds of fellow Turks.

All—ALL—of the gunfire is computer-generated imagery (CGI). The 30mm high-explosive incendiary armor piercing (HEIAP) cannon rounds make tiny black dots on the asphalt. And we’re supposed to believe that after a surprise HELICOPTER GUNSHIP ATTACK, these men who were sitting at their desks didn’t hesitate to race outside and fire their carbines and pistols at an armored aircraft that unleashes a storm of massively powerful cannon rounds?

The scene above is based on the one in the film Patton.


We’re being given a real look inside the Turkish psyche. It’s a bloody nightmare. Below is what it’s like to experience an actual helicopter gunship attack.

Nobody would ever go outside after a helicopter gunship attack. Not even Turkish terrorists who bravely murder their own defenseless citizens.

Below are the WORST special effects ever put on video. The guns look like they’re squirting milk and puffs of talcum powder.

We should all be grateful to those who thoroughly crippled Turkey. It’s chilling to think about what Erdoğanites may have done if they hadn’t been stopped.

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