Tuesday, June 04, 2013


Turkey has been becoming like Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

One could use words like 'feudal' and 'fascist' to describe current-day Turkey and its friends.

Turkey's prime minister Erdogan came to power on 14 August 2001, just before 9 11.



In May 2013, the Sunday Times "published some remarks of an unnamed Israeli official who said that Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia were forming a Sunni block in the Middle East and Israel would actually like to be a part of this partnership."

Turkey, Israel

Turkey today.

"Is it now time for the UK's William Hague to send money, and possibly arms...

"No doubt Hague will be running the export licenses for riot control equipment off the copier as we speak."

Is it time to aid Turkey's protestors?

The bad guy.

Defnesuman-blogs writes on:

What is happenning in Istanbul.

"The whole country is being sold to corporations by the government, for the construction of malls, luxury condominiums, freeways, dams and nuclear plants.

"The government is looking for (and creating when necessary) any excuse to attack Syria against its people’s will...

"The state, under its conservative agenda passed many laws and regulations concerning abortion, cesarean birth, sale and use of alcohol and even the color of lipstick worn by the airline stewardesses."


Ece Temelkuran writes about:

The Istanbul Protest

"With the world's highest number of imprisoned journalists, thousands of political prisoners (trade unionists, politicians, activists, students, lawyers) Turkey has been turned into an open-air prison already... 

"You can easily hear your grocery shop man saying 'I think my phone is tapped'...

"Every wall in Taksim Square is full of curses against the Prime Minister... 

"As I write, Istanbul, Ankara - Turkey's capital - Izmir and Adana are burning. 

"Massive police violence is taking place..."


The Gaza Flotilla was a Turkish-Israeli false flag operation, according to reports.

"The agent who co-ordinated the NATO / Mossad Operation was Abdelhakim Belhadj, who is now in charge of NATO´s training of the so called 'Free Syrian Army'."


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The riots look organised?

"Turkey recently cut an energy deal with northern Iraq in defiance of the US:

"Turkey has defied both Washington and Baghdad by agreeing an energy deal with the north of Iraq that the US warns could further fracture the Middle Eastern state, but which Ankara sees as central to its own future...."

Turkey agrees energy deal with Kurdish north Iraq - FT.com - May 13, 2013


Anonymous said...

What is happenning in Istanbul...

"The whole country is being sold to corporations by the government, for the construction of malls, luxury condominiums, freeways and so on.

The Gaza Flotilla was a Turkish-Israeli false flag operation and "The agent who co-ordinated it, is training the'Free Syrian Army'.

OK, NOW THE COMMENT: What are fighting the brave people in turkey for? Are they mislead as the Flotilla was? Do young revolts want more freedom or what? Is the purpose of all of this a simple ENGINEERED CHAOS as most of the Spring actions in near east?

Penny said...

"Massive police violence is taking place..."

But, there were whispers the military was handing out gas masks in Istanbul

Boy, is it ever confusing Aang

I can't make up my mind just what we are looking at hear
Shades of egypt?

I am quite certain there is legit discontent and that is easy enough to exploit..

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

I'm very confused. Do you believe these protests are being engineered or not? On one hand, you say speak about how the government is aligned with the West and NATO powers (clearly), and then on the other you mention how it seems like it may be being engineered protests to destabilize Turkey, and then again you say how the Turkish protestors have legitimate demands. Which is it?

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Anon said...

"I'm very confused. Do you believe these protests are being engineered or not?"

It is confusing. The protests look engineered, but there is genuine discontent.

Perhaps the powers that be are split.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Ah yes, Turkey had most powerful - politically speaking - military generals in the past. Most of them still strongly agree an 'alliance' with russia will be useful. If not pro-russia, many turkish people agree they have to stay neutral.

According to a 2013 BBC World Service poll, 30% of Turks view Russia's influence positively, with 46% expressing a negative view.[BBC 2013 World Service Poll]

THEN WE HAVE those who want Turkey into Europe... But who they really are, I don't know --- and you?

Anonymous said...

Muslim Brotherhood Takes The Side of Criminal Erdoğan Against Peaceful Protesters


The Egyptian-based Muslim Brotherhood, which so far has been the biggest beneficiary of the Arab Spring in Egypt, is against the people protesting in Turkey for their freedoms and their beliefs because they are protesting against a self-proclaimed Islamic leader.
The hypocrisy of the Muslim Brotherhood is not surprising. It has always been a Muslim Trojan Horse backed by the CIA and MI6, and its policies are not reflective of the views of the majority of the Egyptian people. In recent weeks, more than seven million Egyptians have signed a statement that says they do not want Morsi in power.
Muslim Brotherhood leaders and Erdoğan are cooperating with invaders and Zionists...

Read the rest:


The Real News: 240,000 Turkish Workers Join As Mass Protests Reach More Than 67 Cities


Erdoğan is trying to create a lite version of the Islamic Republic on the social and cultural side of things, while still maintaining a pro-Western foreign policy. It's a tricky balance. His government is sacrificing the interests of Turkey to fulfill the goals of Israel and the United States in Syria and the region. Erdoğan is betting on the fact that his people are stupid and won't realize that he is just posing as an Islamic leader, or that they won't say anything and just watch events unfold helplessly. But it looks like that won't happen. Most politically aware people in Turkey are seeing through the fraud of the Erdoğan administration so I don't see how Erdoğan is going to succeed other than by suppressing the population with brute force.

Read the rest:


brian said...

Turkey is further evidence of the failure of the 'representative democracy' model. The politicians in office dont represent the people

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