Monday, June 03, 2013

MYSTERIOUS TURKEY


Turkey today

It looks like the CIA and its friends have now brought their 'Arab Spring' to Turkey?

Some people might doubt this, on the grounds that:

1. Turkey's 'Islamist' Prime Minister, Recep Erdogan, is keen to topple Syria's President Assad.

This is in line with the policy of many important figures in Israel, the USA and NATO.


Erdogan

However, Turkey's Erdogan and the UK's David Cameron, both strong opponents of Assad, have suddenly found themselves in trouble.

Perhaps Obama and Kerry are still having doubts about the wisdom of having a full scale invasion of Syria?


Turkey today.

2. The CIA reportedly sees a strong, united Turkey, under an Islamist government, as a very useful ally against Russia, especially in view of the fact that there are many Islamists in Southern Russia who can be used to destabilise Russia.


Turkey today

However, Turkey gets a lot of its energy supplies from Russia, and a number of Turkey's generals have been reluctant to fall out with Russia.


Turkey today

3. In the past, the CIA has supported Erdogan and helped his Islamist party, and the Islamist Gulen Movement, to increase in power.

However, the CIA has put a number of leaders into power, and then toppled them.

Think of Suharto, Nasser, Gaddafi, Saddam...

The USA, NATO and Israel are said to have a plan to break up Turkey.

PLOT TO SPLIT UP TURKEY?


NATO has used the fascist Grey Wolves to carry out acts of terrorism in Turkey, reportedly (spitfirelist.com/f059.html) 

This blog is opposed to violent revolutions, especially those organised by the CIA and its friends.

Look at how Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq have all been made 'worse' as a result of CIA revolutions.

We believe that the Israeli plan is to see all Moslem countries (perhaps with the exceptions of Saudia Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Morocco and Turkey) become weak and divided.


Turkey was important on 9 11. A Turk called Louai Sakka (above) was reportedly hired by the CIA in 2000. He helped train the 9 11 'hijackers.' 

A key question is whether, or not, Israel still supports Erdogan.

The jury is out.

Efrat Aviv, a researcher at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, has spoken to The Jerusalem Post.

Aviv says Turkey's Islamist Prime Minister Erdogan has become unpopular because of the jailing of generals and political activists, the limitations on alcohol and smoking, the peace process with the Kurds, police brutality, and "the failure to act in Syria."

Arab uprising spirit comes to Turkey


Turkey's military, whose wiretapping equipment is reportedly used by Israel to spy on Turks. Website for this image 

Aviv fails to tell us two important things:

A. The police and security services in Turkey have strong links to Israel.

According to a report in The Jerusalem Post, intelligence cooperation between the Mossad and the Turkish security service, MIT, "was enshrined in a 12-clause agreement that was signed during a 1993 visit to Israel by then-Turkish foreign minister Hikmat Chetin".

Soon after, according to the London-based newsletter Foreign Report, a large Mossad operation was established in Turkey, with Mossad agents based in both Istanbul and Ankara.



In other words, Israel could use its assets in Turkey to cause destabilisation, or, keep Erdogan in power.

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan (Left) attends 'a CIA-Al-Qaeda meeting' in Libya.

B. The people of Turkey are not angry with Erdogan because of his "failure to act in Syria".

They are angry because Erdogan has acted in Syria against Assad.

Aviv says that what is happening in Turkey is not like the Arab Spring, because Turkey is a democracy.


Burak Bekdil, a columnist for the Turkish daily Hurriyet told the Jerusalem Post: "This is certainly not going to be a Turkish Spring, with Erdogan, by all indications, maintaining his popularity around 50 percent."

Arab uprising spirit comes to Turkey


Michael Rubin, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and a former Pentagon official, told the Jerusalem Post: "We can certainly call this the start of the 'Turkish Spring.'

"Just as in Egypt and Bahrain, the government managed to ignite sparks of discontent into a full-scale uprising because of excessive use of force and general arrogance."

Arab uprising spirit comes to Turkey



Ariel Cohen, a senior research fellow at the US think tank the Heritage Foundation, told the Jerusalem Post:

"This is a serious blow for the Erdogan government. The appearance of social stability in Turkey was shattered."

Cohen says that the split between the secular forces and the Islamists will only grow, and "more violence is likely to reignite in the future."

Arab uprising spirit comes to Turkey

Turkey is complicated!

Transsexual Sisi, allegedly involved in a plot to undermine top people.

In 1996 Müslüm Gündüz, leader of a Moslem sect, was arrested by police in an İstanbul house where he was found in bed with a 22-year-old female student, Fadime Şahin.

Ümit Oğuztan, an author of pornographic books and former editor-in-chief of the Strategy monthly, famous transsexual Seyhan Soylu (known as Sisi) and Police Chief Ümit Bavbek secretly met at the office of the Strategy magazine to write the “script” and talk about its details. 

Şahin, working as a call girl at an entertainment facility, was hired for a large sum of money.

Sisi and Oğuztan coached Şahin in her new role, according to the witness, and introduced her into Muslum Gunduz's sect.

(Witness: Ergenekon involved in Feb. 28)

11 comments:

Charles Frith said...

Erdogan is from the Fethullah Gullen school of destabilization, a front for the CIA/Zionists.

The stay behind op Gladio in Turkey is two factions the hard right secularists Generals who were purged by Erdogan many of whom fled to Russia and the Fethullah Gullen mob including Erdogan. The crowds of Turkey are quite right wing as well as popular uprising. Craig Murray wrote a good post on this.

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2013/06/talking-turkey/#comment-410795

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2335027/Baroness-Williams-I-sexually-assaulted-Labour-ministers.html

Anonymous said...

Turkey Chaos: Here's Why The Protests Are Growing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4RDl5xoniwA

30/5/2013 conferenza stampa sulla mozione degli F35

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0YSJIVzf2E

Aaron Swartz wasn’t depressed before death, fiancée says

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/03/306869/swartz-wasnt-depressed-before-death/

Anonymous said...

Gulen, Frith ?

Charles Frith said...

Erdogan is a Donmeh Turk.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C3%B6nmeh

Anonymous said...

Off Topic

Aangirfan, have you heard Ben Fellows as gone missing?

Anonymous said...

What is Happening in Istanbul?

To my friends who live outside of Turkey:

I am writing to let you know what is going on in Istanbul for the last five days. I personally have to write this because most of the media sources are shut down by the government and the word of mouth and the internet are the only ways left for us to explain ourselves and call for help and support.

Continues:

http://www.fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/what-is-happening-in-istanbul/46190

wiggins said...

Ben fellows has gone missing? That is interesting, I know the Max Farquar blog has given him a lot of space to air his views. A lot of big names involved too.....

Anonymous said...

False flag ‘terrorist’ attacks have been staged in many countries since Gladio embedded within NATO, began its Strategy of Tension, i.e. its nation de-stabilisation operations.
True to Orwell’s vision, every land is having an enemy within created for them by the secret services.

Used to be far leftists and commies, today it’s ‘Islamic’ or ‘Neo-Nazi extremists’.
Interesting to watch one present Germany/Turkey situation:
Germany’s Döner murders are a fair example of the secret services’ hand:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosphorus_serial_murders
It’s necessary to read around on the alternative media for info which Wikipedia does not provide.

Germany’s Verfassungsschutz (the part of the secret services tasked with monitoring the situation within the country) has today a free hand to recruit from the unemployed, and to offer substantial secret and tax exempt payment that does not affect other unemployment benefit claims (to ‘protect the operatives from being found out’).
This profession is called ‘V-Mann’ similar to former East Germany’s ‘Informelle Mitarbeiter’ (Informal collaborator of the Stasi).
Unfortunately in the case of the Döner murders referred to above, (so named because some Turkish owners of fast food shops were killed), even the use of 126 informants directly in contact with the alleged three terrorists, didn’t help the police stop the crimes or apprehend the suspects.

All these interlocking Secret Services are tasked to point to false directions and explanations, when necessary inventing and creating the problem themselves.
The reason for their existence is to distract realization of the real problem in global society, which might otherwise be addressed by the people, namely the overwhelmingly unequal distribution of wealth and power.

The war is one of claimants and owners waged against the disenfranchised. The strategy is to weaken and sicken the world society as a whole, by breaking it up into warring factions that do not recognize the common enemy.
Perception of ethnicity or other bogus lines of division are the method to get various people to hurt each other. The devil of the day they will pull out of the hat as it suits – rebels in Syria today, disgruntled elements in Turkey tomorrow.
People everywhere are obstructed by these secret agencies, which are funded by their taxes, from freeing themselves from (the same) oppressors.

Edelweiss Pirate said...


No, Turkey had their 'Arab Spring' by the ballot box when the largely uneducated and peasant class of conservative Muslims voted Tayyip Erdogan in.

What is happening now is grass roots protests from the professional middle class who see the end of their secular state.

The grey wolves you refer to are indeed a very unpleasant organisation, but operate as part of the military might of Turkey and are dedicated Kemalists opposed to Islam.

So no. Not all protests are the same.

I know people involved in these protests in Turkey. For the most part they are secular professional Turks.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your good observation
and for your beautiful film,
Etre et Avoir - To Be and to Have (France 2002),
Edelweiss Pirate.

 
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