Wednesday, September 08, 2010


Istanbul by Kara Sabahat

On 31 May 2010, there was a rocket attack on a naval base, in İskenderun, in Turkey; seven people were killed.

On the same day, 31 May 2010, Israeli soldiers killed a number of Turks on the Gaza aid convoy.

There is a renewed suspicion of Israel's role in the İskenderun attack

Turkey uses Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles (Herons) and ground stations.

Sedat Laçiner, a security analyst, has said that he heard there were no images coming from the Israeli-built Turkish Herons or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) on 31 May 2010.

"There was only one day in which there were no images obtained from the Herons, and that is the day of the attack," he told Today's Zaman.

Many Internet news sites suggest that Israel, or certain people within the Turkish military, prevented images from being transmitted from the Herons that day.

According to some Turkish commentators Israel is using the Kurdish PKK to create instability in Turkey.

Laçiner said that "If Israel is not involved in that attack, it should have denied the claims."

Turkey by Nevit Dilmen

On 19 July 2010, there was an attack "by the Kurdish PKK" in Hantepe in Turkey; a number of soldiers were killed.

It has been alleged that top people in the military did nothing to prevent the attack despite earlier being notified about the approaching terrorists by Heron unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Some of the top people in the Turkish military reportedly do the work of the CIA and its friends.

(Slain soldiers' families frustrated, angry over military statement)

The Bugün daily published the transcript of phone conversations between two Turkish air forces officers who discussed shooting down Heron unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in order to protect terrorists of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

(Dörtyol turns into battlefield.)

In late July 2010, there were attacks in Dortyol, in Turkey. Four policemen died.

There are reports that fascist provocateurs were involved. (Shocking voice recording reveals MHP role in Dörtyol provocations)

A voice recording, posted on various news sites, suggests that the provocateurs are connected to the far right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and its youth organizations the Idealist Clubs.

A voice that allegedly belongs to Hatay Idealist Clubs President L.K. is heard saying "Let's burn everything down while we have the chance."

One person is heard saying, "There is no return, the preparations for the night are complete."

In August, the Taraf daily reported that the MHP's Kılıç had met with three officers from the gendarmerie's intelligence unit, several hours before the attack.

The CIA and its friends in the Turkish military have been accused of being behind the terrorism in Turkey. aangirfan: Istanbul Bombs

There is a battle going on for control of Turkey.

There may be a plot to balkanise (break up) Turkey.

Prof. Dr. Umit Ozdag (Nationalist Prof. Ozdag: The US is Behind the Ergenekon Operation) has stated that "The US aims to establish a federal Turkey instead of unitary Turkish state".

For many years, the generals in Turkey have been friends with Israel and the Pentagon.

Reportedly, the Turkish generals of the 'fascist' group known as Ergenekon have been happy to carry out acts of 'false flag' terrorism.

And reportedly the Turkish generals have been happy to topple Turkish governments that Israel and the Pentagon did not like.



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Nothing new in fact, Israel is behind PKK indeed; they made a pact but the Kurds are too stupid to realize what theyre involved into. The parasitic Israel claims the Turkish land as being theirs and promised a "candy" to the Kurds too, who also claim that a big part of their land belongs to Turkey now. Surprise, the Kurds will get nothing and theyd better wake up...


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