Obama Worst US President Seeks War With Russia

Turkey Did Not Act on Its Own. Was Washington Complicit in Downing Russia’s Aircraft?

It’s inconceivable Turkey acted on its own, independent of US-dominated NATO. Its action is a major geopolitical incident – a premeditated act of war against Russia in Syrian airspace.
Ankara claiming the aircraft entered Turkish airspace, ignoring multiple warnings, has the distinct aroma of a bald-faced lied to cover up a hostile act.
Erdogan’s recklessness ruptured Turkish/Russian relations, at least for the time being. Sergey Lavrov cancelled his scheduled Wednesday trip to Istanbul, saying “(a) decision has been made to cancel the meeting at the level of Russian and Turkish foreign ministers…”
He urged Russian citizens avoid visiting Turkey, leaving themselves vulnerable to terrorism, adding:
“It’s necessary to emphasize that the terror threats with their roots in Turkey have been aggravated. And that’s true even if we don’t take into account what happened today. We estimate the threats to be no less than in Egypt.”
Russia’s state tourism agency Rostourism recommended suspending tour package sales to Turkey. Moscow-based Natalie tours already did so.
Putin minced no words blasting Erdogan, saying “(t)his incident stands out against the usual fight against terrorism.”
“Our troops are fighting heroically against terrorists, risking their lives. But the loss we suffered today came from a stab in the back delivered by accomplices of the terrorists.” He warned of grave consequence for Russian/Turkish relations.
A Turkish Lockheed-Martin produced F-16 warplane willfully and without provocation downed Russia’s aircraft posing no threat to Ankara’s national security, Putin explained.
He’s well aware of Erdogan’s complicity with terrorists Russia is combating in Syria – at the request of its government, its actions entirely legal and heroic against a common scourge.

My view:

It is unimaginable, that a secular country like Turkey would shoot down a Russian jet that had spent less than 10 seconds in its airspace without direction from NATO.  To add murder to injury, the Turks shot and killed the pilot as he descended in a parachute.  
Strange that the US was making little if no progress against ISIS until Russia started their campaign. Now that Russia has embarrassed the US with its lack of military advances, a Russian plane has blown up in Sinai, and a military aircraft has been shot down.  One wonders about the coincidence of the events.   It seems that the military command in the United States is determined to provoke Russian into a escalated middle east conflict.  For what purpose one asks?
Perhaps ISIS is doing the US a favor by perpetuating the "war on terror".  After all, what better way to bring about a totalitarian state than to have a lingering, ever present threat to convince citizens to willingly give up their civil liberties in exchange for "protection" by the government.  To this writer, it seems that the government has taken on mafia like tactics to "protect" us.