Did Erdogan blast Russian plane in revenge for destruction to son’s ISIS oil transport biz?

Yes, says Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoubi

'Qatar most dangerous supporter of terrorists'

InfoWars is reporting that Russia’s attack on the oil smuggling business that belongs to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son, Bilal, was a motivator for the attack according to Syrian Information Minister, Omran al-Zoubi.

“They’re importing not only oil, but wheat and historic artefacts as well,” al-Zoubi told RIA Novosti in an interview.

RT’s Pepe Escobar reports, “At least two major questions are left unanswered. How come the US-led ‘Coalition of Dodgy Opportunists’ (CDO), in over a year, never – and the operative word is never – bombed any of the wheels in the Syrian stolen oil machine?”

That’s what I’ve been asking for months.  Russia did in a couple of days what the US could not do in over a year?  The only logical conclusion is very unpleasant: the US is aiding and abetting ISIS.

ShofarBlast reported on this subject a few days ago.  You can read about the ISIS oil machine that provides the terrorist group with millions of dollars per day and how it’s all connected to Erdogan and Turkey here.

Also, articles worth reading on this subject are ZeroHedge and RT.