Isn’t the judicial coup in Pakistan very familiar? - HASAN ÖZTÜRK

Isn’t the judicial coup in Pakistan very familiar?

Are the incidents we experienced a little more clearer for some of us now?

Remember again how a process that started as a so-called innocent “democratic” demonstration in Ukrainian capital Kiev’s city square resulted in Ukraine’s division.

That is why we did not see the Gezi provocation as an innocent “environmentalist demonstration” from the beginning.

We said it was “provocation” and saw it as a move aimed at collapsing the ruling government through a public revolt.

We saw the Dec. 17 and Dec. 25, 2013 judicial coup attempt as another move to overthrow the legitimate government through a “corruption graft.”

Because some circles had wanted to topple the national power and its leader President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, which have been making great efforts for independence, through the apparatuses spread among us by the international hegemony. We saw it.

There were also those who do not see it. Some were not able to see because they were directly involved in what was happening and some could not see it simply because of their “foolishness.”

The latest incident that currently happened in Pakistan is one that can also open they eyes of the “foolish” among us.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was removed from office through the constitutional court and banned from politics for the rest of his life.

This judicial coup in Pakistan is proof of the appropriateness of the clear stance we took in the face of the incidents in Turkey in recent history.

It is also an indication of how deliberate the “unbalanced intervention” nonsense during the Gezi Park incidents and the “intervention in the judiciary” nonsense during the Dec. 17-25 process were.
Sharif was disqualified from government through the Pakistan judiciary which was taken over by an organization just like the Fetullahist Terror Organization (FETÖ).

The organization named Tahir-ul-Qadri is almost identical to FETÖ in terms of structure. Gang leader Qadri lives abroad in Canada – just like the Pennsylvania charlatan.

Also similar to Turkey, his followers infiltrated important institutes in Pakistan and take action where necessary.

Similar to FETÖ leader Fetullah Gülen, Qadri constantly says he sees Prophet Muhammad in his dream. Also like Gülen, he believes he is “chosen.”

In other words, Pakistan’s FETÖ is Tahir-ul-Qadri and its Gülen is Qadri. They are both advocates of interfaith dialogue.

Pakistan strikes the attention not only with the support it provides Turkey but also as a power in the Muslim world that possesses nuclear weapons.

And interestingly, ever since it was established, Pakistan has had to deal with military coups and political assassinations.
Prime Minister Sharif, who was elected with a judicial coup, was overthrown.

It seems that the “superior mind” is projecting controllable administrations for Muslim countries that have potential for development, that have the potential to make great achievements in the event it is independent. And it establishes those administrations through the groups under its control, which hold “deviant” religious beliefs.

They already put Pakistan in a tight position with the Afghanistan problem. Some regions have physically left the central government. And now they toppled their elected prime minister.

Just think about it for a moment: Did they not want to turn Turkey into Pakistan through the Syria problem? Did they not want to overthrow the legitimate government and its natural leader Erdoğan through FETÖ’s conspiracies and coup attempts?

We saw once again through the latest Nawaz Sharif incident how similar the methods applied by the superior mind on Muslim world countries that have growth potential.
Fortunately Turkey is not like Pakistan, President Erdoğan is not like Sharif and of course, the Turkish people are not like the Pakistanis.


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