Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Operation Gladio CIA-Pentagon-NATO TERROR

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Gladio style terror in Istanbul, New York, Jakarta, Mumbai and
London, linked to Moslem militants and Israel? Sultanvahideddin
Events in Turkey reveal a lot about false flag operations, where
fascists of various religions work in harmony.

Hizb ut-Tahrir is an extremist Moslem group which is supposed to
be trying to bring about an Islamic caliphate.

Reportedly, Hizb ut-Tahrir has links to the Pentagon, Israel and
Gladio-style terrorism.

Operation Gladio was a CIA-Pentagon-NATO operation which
reportedly carried out acts of terrorism in Italy in order to
keep the right-wing folks in power.

And it's not just in Jakarta and New York and Mumbai and London
that we now find Gladio-style terror.

Gladio style terror in Istanbul, New York, Jakarta, Mumbai and
London, linked to Moslem militants and Israel? Bologna The
Bologna Bombing was blamed on the CIA-NATO's Operation Gladio.

In Turkey, there is evidence that right-wing elements within the
military, known as Ergenekon, worked with Islamic militants to
destabilise the country and promote a fascist agenda.

Turkish police have recently detained nearly 200 suspected
members of Hizb ut-Tahrir. (Close relation between Hizb
ut-Tahrir, Ergenekon exposed)
An investigation has revealed that Ugur K. and Ismail G., two of
those detained, had, in the past, had several telephone
conversations with Ergenekon suspects, including Maj. Fikret

Gladio style terror in Istanbul, New York, Jakarta, Mumbai and
London, linked to Moslem militants and Israel?
terror+on+the+tube Gladio-style terrorism seems to be being used
in London, Jakarta, Mumbai...

The Turkish media tells us, on 28 July 2009, that the Close
relationship between Hizb ut-Tahrir and Ergenekon has been

"According to the Ergenekon indictment, Ergenekon leaders used
terrorist organizations in Turkey ... to create chaos in the
country, which they hoped would make it easier to realize their
ultimate goal of triggering a military intervention.

"The evidence suggests that the group had links to ... the
fundamentalist organization Hizbullah ... and Hizb ut-Tahrir...

"A past raid at the house of Kemal Aydin and Neriman Aydin, two
Ergenekon suspects, had revealed the terrorist organization's
close ties with Hizb ut-Tahrir...

"Istanbul police also said the leader of Hizb ut-Tahrir's Turkish
branch, Cemalettin B., started to lead his group from Israel,
where he settled after being released from prison in Turkey.
Cemalettin B. was sending e-mails to his followers from his
Israeli home and preparing his group for attacks in Turkey.

"Turkish police are now focusing on the relations between the
group's leader and Israel. Cemalettin B. has not been subjected
to police follow-up or legal action in Israel since he settled

Monday, October 22, 2007

Turkey, the PKK and Israel

PKK Fighters (Subtitled Version) - Turkey
Assad: If Iraq Splits Up, The Region Will Explode
NATO, U.S. Aiding PKK Terrorists In Turkey
The strategy of fragmentation suggested by Yinon in 1982 is not
strategic thinking... Israel wants all other countries in the
region to be restructured along sectarian, ethnic, doctrinal or
racist lines." - Manifest colonial domination
Armenian genocide resolution - "State Department diplomacy is the
only thing calming the Turks down enough to keep them from a
full-fledged attack on Kurdistan. The resolution has so enraged
the Turks that it is the Zionist hope that the State Department
will no longer be able to stop the Turks from attacking. Putting
Kurdistan into play is intended to cause Iraq to fall apart. The
Israelis have decided to instruct their American operatives that
breaking Iraq up is so important to Zionist colonialism that
Israel is prepared to sell out both its supposed allies, the
Turks and the Kurds (not to mention the Americans!)." - permanent

Ian Bremmer wrote in The Guardian, 22 October 2007, Comment is
free: Why Turkey's army will stay home :

"First, the Turkish military has no interest in embracing the
risks that come with involvement in Iraq's sectarian strife. A
full-scale invasion might well provoke Iraq's own Kurdish
guerrillas into a prolonged and bloody battle with Turkish forces
that can only undermine support for Erdogan's government at home
and abroad.

"Second, Turkey's government hopes to keep the country's bid to
join the European Union moving forward. An invasion of Iraq would
bring that process to a grinding halt. EU foreign policy chief
Javier Solana has made plain that Europe strongly opposes any
large-scale Turkish military operation in Iraq.

"Third, Turkey is well aware that an all-out attack inside Iraq
is exactly what Turkey's Kurdish separatists want. What better
way to damage Turkey than to pull its military into conflict with
Iraq, the US and the EU? Erdogan has no intention of being drawn
into that trap. Comment is free: Why Turkey's army will stay home


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