Wednesday, December 18, 2013



Turkey is famous for heroin and hairless boys.

Ataturk, the leader of Turkey from 1923-1938, is still the most popular man in Turkey.

According to Patrick Balfour, Lord Kinross, Ataturk had sexual "adventures with young boys, if the opportunity offered and the mood, in this bisexual fin-de-siècle Ottoman age."

According to Irfan and Margaret Orga, in Atatürk, Ataturk "was used to ... the craze for handsome young men, (and) fleeting contacts with prostitutes... His body burned for ... a boy."

According to H.C. Armstrong, in Mustafa Kemal, An Intimate Study, Ataturk "started a number of open affairs ... with men. Male youth attracted him..."

Gay Influence: Atatürk

Attaturk abolished Shari'ah law and closed Islamic religious schools

Ataturk banned the veil, gave women the right to vote, and ordered men to appear in public with their wives.

Before the CIA started using al Qaeda to carry out its acts of terrorism, it used various fascists.

NATO used the fascist Grey Wolves to carry out acts of terrorism in Turkey, reportedly.

The purpose of of the Grey Wolves was to keep the mafia generals in power.


Turkey is now famous for its heroin.

In 2004, Dr Ertan Bese, of the Turkish National Police Academy, wrote that the underworld economy of Turkey is worth $60bn.

This is 25 per cent of Turkeys national income. 

Much of this $60 billion comes from heroin trafficking.

The Susurluk Legacy - Nachrichten Heute

Sibel Edmonds

The former FBI official Sibel Edmonds has said that in Turkey everything is run by the military and that the heroin trafficking cannot take place without the permission of the military and the permission of Turkish intelligence.

The Susurluk Legacy - Nachrichten Heute

Turkey is responsible for between 75 and 90 per cent of all heroin in the UK, according to Mark Galeotti, a former intelligence officer and expert on the Turkish mafia.

The Susurluk Legacy - Nachrichten Heute

Mehmet Erdoğan, the nephew of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Turkey is now run by the Islamists.

On 13 February 2010, Today's Zaman reported  that Mehmet Erdoğan, the nephew of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has been convicted on charges of drug trafficking and sentenced to prison by an İstanbul court.

The police seized 50 kilograms of heroin.

Prime minister's nephew convicted of drug trafficking - Today's Zaman

Gulen 'of the CIA'.

The most powerful figure in relation to Turkey is Fethullah Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania in the USA.

Reportedly, court records, and the testimony of former government officials, show that Fethullah Gulen has made $25 billion from the trafficking of heroin, from Afghanistan to Turkey.

Sibel Edmonds, the former FBI translator, has testified that Fethullah Gulen works with the CIA.


Gulen's home in Pennsylvania

The CIA now prefers the Islamist Fethullah Gulen to the Islamist Recep Erdogan.

The CIA appears to be intensifying its attack on Turkey's Prime Minister, Recep Erdogan.

Erdogan fell out with the USA, when the USA decided not to bomb and invade Syria.

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

The interior minister Muammer Guler's son Baris Guler is arrested

The Turkish police and judicial system is said to have been heavily infiltrated by the supporters of the CIA's Islamist Fethullah Gulen.

On 17 December 2013, Turkish police detained more than 50 people, including the sons of three cabinet ministers, in a corruption investigation. 

The corruption is said to involve gold smuggling, and bribery in the awarding of state contracts and the designation of land for development.

Once-staunch ally turns on Erdogan in Turkish corruptionprobe

Erdogan has hit back against Gulen.

On 18 December 2013, it was reported that the Turkish police chiefs who reportedly oversaw the wave of high-profile arrests for bribery have been removed from their posts.

Turkey 'sacks police chiefs after bribery raids'


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.'



In 1996, a car crashed in the town of Susurluk, in Turkey.

The car contained a top police chief and a top politician.

The car also contained a man called Abdullah Çatli, who was a drug trafficker and contract killer with links to fascism and the CIA's Operation Gladio.

In 1998 the magazine Monde Diplomatique alleged that Abdullah Çatli organized the 1981 attempt to assassinate the Pope, "in exchange for the sum of 3 million German mark"

In 1989, Catli was on Interpol's 'most wanted' list.

In 1989, Catli was able to travel to the USA, be granted residency, settle in Chicago, and continued to conduct his operations.

According to Cengiz Candar, "Susurluk revealed weird connections between state officials and those who operate outside the limits of the law. It happened at a time when we had a lot of extra-judicial killings in Turkey."

"But the investigation stopped just as there was speculation it was reaching very sensitive spots, even the military establishment. That only confirmed the existence of these networks in the public consciousness." 


Spike1138 said...

Ronnie Biggs, MK-ULTRA and the Fourth Reich

In this connection, Piers Paul Read’s The Train Robbers is of interest.

[The Train Robbers, by Piers Paul Read, W.H. Allen, London (1978).]

Read undertook to write the book more than a decade after the robbery, and long after several other books had already been published on the subject.

What made these unpromising circumstances auger well, according to Read, were two things: first, he had the cooperation of most of the men who’d pulled off the robbery.

Previously, only Ronald Biggs had given an account, and Biggs was considered an outsider by those who’d conceived and executed the plan.

Second, and even more importantly, the gang confided important new information to Read.

This was that the train robbery, and several of the subsequent escapes, had been financed and finessed by Gen. Otto Skorzeny.

Among other things, this explained why it had never been possible to account for more than half of the money stolen in the robbery.

An unrepentant Nazi, Skorzeny had been Hitler’s favorite commando. After the war, he’d re-established himself in Madrid as an arms-dealer and, with even greater secrecy, as the mastermind behind Die Spinne—the underground railroad that obtained forged documents and plastic surgery for war criminals and others requiring safe-havens in South America and the Middle East.

As the proprietor of a de facto intelligence agency with connections throughout the world, Skorzeny made millions as a consultant to countries and organizations whose politics were compatible with his own.

John said...


Just wondering what you make of the story of the Doctor that (supposedly) committed suicide in Syria. He was on the verge of being released from captivity as a goodwill gesture from President Assad. Obviously this doesn't fit with the picture that a number of nations are trying to paint of him, by murdering the Doctor and spreading such a ridiculous story that he committed suicide 'they' can still try to convince people that President Assad can't be trusted.

Charles Edward Frith said...

Superb headline.

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