Saturday, September 20, 2014

FAKE JEW Beheading Videos Exposed in 2006 Turkish Movie

Same Director for ISIS BEHEADING videos and a Turkish drama TV series


The 'beheading' action starts at the 33 second mark. Notice anything familiar?

This is from a movie and its sequels in Turkey called "Valley of the Wolves" that were filmed from 2003 to 2009. The 'beheading' shown is most likely from the 2006 "Valley of the Wolves: Iraq," which purports "to show through fiction real-life events like the occupation of Iraq, the execution of Daniel Pearl and the Abu Ghraib torture scandal."

From Wikipedia:
Valley of the Wolves (Turkish: Kurtlar Vadisi) is a popular Turkish media franchise created by Osman Sınav, which has been very popular obtaining high ratings for the television series and one of the highest box office returns in the history of the Turkish cinema for the first movie.

The franchise has also been very controversial from time to time because of its non-Western ideological underpinnings. The title, according to Bünyamın Köselı, writing in Today's Zaman, "evokes mythological images from a story beloved by nationalists of a lone wolf that guided Turks out of a Central Asian valley where they had been trapped by enemies."
Naturally, one of the Jew's Mob enforcer, the ADL, has declared the "Valley of the Wolves" to be anti-Semitic.

I'm guessing the JEW Mob didn't like this movie sequel either, "Valley of the Wolves: Palestine"
(Turkish: Kurtlar Vadisi: Filistin) is a 2010 spin-off film directed by Zübeyr Şaşmaz, which follows Polat Alemdar (Necati Şaşmaz) and his team as they go to Israel to track and bring down the Israeli military commander who planned and put into force an attack on a Gaza aid flotilla.
These movies have been some of the highest grossing movies ever in Turkey.
Opinions of the film greatly varied. While the Wall Street Journal characterized it as "a cross between 'American Psycho' in uniform and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion", Turkey's parliamentary speaker Bulent Arinc described it as "absolutely magnificent".
In Germany, still suffering from alleged war crimes resulting from another FAKE, the holoHOAX, the JEW Mob went ballistic:
"The Central Council of Jews", a Jewish-German organization, have expressed its opinion that Valley of the Wolves – Iraq (Kurtlar Vadisi – Irak) holds antisemitic views, and is racist. It requested German cinemas stop showing the film.
And more complaints from the German JEW Mob about a sequel, "Valley of the Wolves: Palestine" which a Turkish commando team which go to Israel to track down the Israeli military commander responsible for the Gaza flotilla raid and administer on the spot justice. Considering the violence inflicted upon the Gaza bound aid ship, the Mavi Marmara, the ship the JEW boarded in international waters and murdered in cold-blood nine aid workers, eight of whom were Turks and one a Turkish-American, executing on the spot someone responsible for the aid workers murder seems fitting.

"Kids, you can try this at home. All you need is a video camera, some outfits from your local synagogue and a knife. A couple of 'hams' and a 'secret' location and you'll be ready to make fictional movies just like the Jewess, Rita Katz, who specializes in framing Muslims for the actions of the JEW."


H/T to the blog, "Jim Stone Freelance Journalist"

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