Wednesday, June 05, 2013


The BBC appears to reveal the thinking of MI6, the CIA and the Zionists on Turkey:

"Turkey was suggested as a model for a Muslim democracy. 

"Some Arabs, who took to the streets against their own leaders, are having second thoughts about that as they watch pictures of Turkish riot police attacking demonstrators."

Could protests be Erdogan's undoing?

This might be translated as:

The Zionist model for Moslem countries may not be Turkey.

It is more likely to be Afghanistan.

Behind you!

MICHAEL RUBIN, in the Wall Street Journal, tells us more about (what would seem to be the Zionist attitude to) the Turkish Uprising

"Erdoğan has accumulated more foreign debt in his rule than all of Turkey's previous prime ministers combined... 

"Many Turks are enraged by signs that Mr. Erdoğan and his aides have enriched themselves while in power.

"Few believe the prime minister's explanation that his newfound wealth - millions of dollars in property and a reputed eight Swiss bank accounts, according to U.S. diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks - is the result of wedding gifts received by his son.

"Turks remember that 13 corruption cases pending from his Istanbul mayoral tenure remain suspended only because he enjoys parliamentary immunity."

This might be translated as:

You are going to be toppled, just like Suharto and a host of other former friends.

In April 2013, John Kerry said that the United States asked Erdogan to delay a Gaza Strip visit so as not to upset U.S. efforts to revive Ankara's ties with Israel and Middle East peace talks.

United States asked Turkey PM

April 2013 - Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate met up with Turkish President Abdullah Gül during their official visit to Turkey.

Erdogan is still popular with half of the Turkish population.

If 'the powers-that-be' have decided to topple Erdogan, they will need to have assets within the Turkish military.

It was CIA assets within the Egyptian and Tunisian militaries that toppled Mubarak and Ben Ali.

The chief of the Turkish general staff, Necdet Ozel, is said to be fiercely loyal to Prime Minister Erdogan.

Turkey and its army: Erdogan and his generals | The Economist

April 2013. What are they plotting? Kerry’s visit to Turkey was clouded by Erdogan’s plans for a trip to Gaza.

"The silence of the Turkish army has been deafening...

"The backbone of the Turkish military remains fundamentally secular and Ataturkian.

"Many of them voted for Erdogan's AKP in the last elections, not because of religious faith but because, as one high-ranking officer explained, Erdogan ''put the economy back on track, tripled per capita income, made Turkey the 17th world economy, a regional power''.

"But the army's secular soul remains. 'If he tries to institute an Islamic republic, we will stop him', the officer promised."

Turkey: the strange silence of Ataturk's military - Politics -

Ergenekon was the name given to to the CIA's terrorist activity in Turkey.

"The investigation into the illegal network known as Ergenekon, which was plotting to overthrow the Erdogan Government and replace it by a pro-U.S. military dictatorship, revealed that this terrorist organisation was a remodeled version of the Turkish Gladio.

"However, Ergenekon didn’t receive orders only from NATO; it allegedly also maintained close ties with the Mossad through Rabbi Tuncay Guney."

The Israeli Lobby

On 3 June 2013, Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan was visiting Morocco.

"Moroccan King Mohammad VI did not receive Erdoğan during the official visit to Morocco, the country's media reported June 4."

Turkish PM Erdoğan did not meet King Mohammad VI during Morocco visit

Mohammad VI is a close friend of the USA and Israel, reportedly.

Erdogan in Algeria

Erdogan left for Algeria on 4 June 2013, and traveled to Tunisia on 5 June, to "take part in the first meeting of the Turko-Tunisian strategic cooperation council."

"He is due to return to Turkey on Thursday."

Turkish PM Erdogan arrives in Morocco

Gladio A made use of Nazis.

Gladio B made use of fascist 'Islamists'.

Gladio C may make use of fascist mercenaries.


eric144 said...

Iran is the Zionist model for the Arab world. MI6 / BBC put Khomeini in power.

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Anonymous said...

To Aangirfan: As a Muslim I am a bit hurt that you have used the phrase 'fascist Islamist' in reference to Gladio. This is a phrase that the racist EDL sometimes uses. Muslims have nothing in common with the racist nature of fascists. Btw, What is your gender, nationality and age?

Anonymous said...

so what are you saying?

Anonymous said...

Racism is only peripheral to fascism. It is not its sine qua non.

Cue Mussolini: "Fascism should more properly be called corporatism, since it is the merger of state and corporate power." See any racism in there?

Of course, this 'merging of state corporate power' is merely a euphemistic way of describing an oligarchy. And 'oligarchy' of course is a euphemism for tyranny.

And racism? Sure, of course, why not? It's a useful technique, right up there with false flags, states of emergency, gun confiscation, blah blah blah to infinity. Which is to say it's a means to an end but in no way the end as such.

best etc. etc.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 9:52. Really??? Perhaps if you took off the blinkers and did a little research you'd see that some 'Muslims' have everything in common with the racist or otherwise nature of fascists.

Charles Frith said...

Sibel Edmonds says that if the US says jump, the Turkish military jumps. I'm not sure who tells the US military to jump but likely AIPAC is a big influence.

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