CIA+FETÖ

The terrorist leader in Pennsylvania, Fetullah Gülen, in his latest video gave the instructions of a new attack through coded statements. It is clear that “The Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) is planning a staggering assassination in which it aims to create an environment of chaos in Turkey.”

Also, on Aug. 12, fugitive FETÖ member Emre Yaramaz posted an “assassination” message on Twitter saying, “Leaders come and go in the West. Leaders die and go in the East.”

The American state, which CIA’s parallel agent Yaramaz has been “idolizing,” not only targeted the leaders in the East through covert operations all these years, it also eliminated its own president through an assassination in 1963.

CIA hitmen, who were positioned in “three different locations” overlooking Elm Street in Dallas on that date, had assassinated their president who was in an open-top limousine. As for Oswald, who they framed for the murder; he was killed two days later by the Polish Jew Jack Rubenstein.

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Both Agent Yaramaz and the CIA “whose wish is his command” expect something from these assassinations.

Democracy for the U.S., which FETÖ member Yaramaz hides behind, is nothing other than a puppet show. When the elections around the world yielded unwanted results, in other words, in the event that political leaders extraneous to their their control constantly win the elections, they turn to “masked,” dirty and bloody operations. They plan coups, revolts, uprisings, crises in those countries or plan staggering assassinations to trigger chaos.

The fundamental of American democracy, glorified by those positioned in our midst, is based on torture, all kinds of dirty attacks, terrorism, killing, annihilating and destroying.

Let’s bring out from our archives what Caspar Weinberger, who was defense secretary in “Freemason” U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s cabinet between 1981 and 1987, wrote in the 2001 spring edition of the Strategic Review journal:

“The path to eliminating heads of states and governments by killing them is clear.”

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Reagan was Islamophobic Donald Trump’s “favorite president.”

Former actor Reagan went through tough times during the “Secret sales of weapons to Iran” scandal while he was the “White House’s cowboy.” He had responded dozens of times to the questions during his testimony in the Irangate investigation by answering, “I don’t remember.” Despite remembering everything very well, he had “escaped” by consistently giving this response.

Reagan, who had Alzheimer’s after the end of his two terms as president, was almost like the “living dead” in his last decade. Such that he did not even remember that he was “president.”

The book titled “Coup d'État: A Practical Handbook,” written in 1969 by Edward Luttwak, one of Reagan’s advisers during his presidency, and published in the U.S., was published in Turkey by Yaba Yayınları in 1996 under the title, “Bir Uzman’ın Gözüyle Darbe.”

It was the same Luttwak that tied the failure of July 15, 2016 to “the failure to kill [President Recep Tayyip] Erdoğan.”

Mr. Luttwak, who pointed out the “lack of strategy” of the coup plotters, had said, “First the leader should have been taken into custody and then killed.”

On the night of July 15, 2016, the CIA was also involved, and was on the field with FETÖ’s soldiers. Even Trump admitted this fact. In response, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu and his gang still shamelessly continue to say that it was a “controlled coup.”

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James Woolsey, who took place in Trump’s presidential campaign as “top-level adviser,” was the CIA director for two years in Bill Clinton’s first term. He was among the intelligence staff Trump had thanked in his speech after his election victory.

Woolsey had spoken on CNN about the July 15 coup attempt and described the attempt as a “tactical failure.”

Mr. Woolsey, who shared an interesting detail with viewers on that broadcast had said that he had “spent six months of 2015 in Turkey.”

We really wonder what the former CIA director did in Turkey during that period.

For example, did he meet up with CIA agent Andrew Craig Brunson (in 2015), disguised as a priest, who was arrested in İzmir in December 2016 for ties to FETÖ?

Let’s note that Brunson also attended the secret meeting held at the Splendid Hotel on Büyükada on July 15, 2016.

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Woolsey, who was adviser to Trump, is also among the advisers of WINEP, which is directly linked to the Israeli state.

WINEP, an organization that is known for being anti-Islam, was CIA agent Emre Yaramaz’s first employer. FETÖ’s close trustee interned there.

William Casey, who ran the CIA during the Reagan administration, between 1981 and 1987, was also the “Knight of Malta!”

Casey ensured the founding of the Jamestown Foundation in 1984.

Yaramaz, who has long been in the service of terrorist state U.S. and is now carrying out assassinations, had worked for the Jamestown Foundation between 2008 and 2009, which is directly linked to the CIA!

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