Economic terrorism... Economic martial law... Economic 'counter-coup...' - İBRAHIM KARAGÜL

Economic terrorism... Economic martial law... Economic 'counter-coup...'

Turkey is under serious economic attack. This is not an economic crisis, it is a clear attack and it is continuing before our very eyes. As a matter of fact, it was planned as an external threat and is being carried out as a multinational intervention. An economic attack is a political attack, a security attack, and a plan to destroy our country's future.

It is an effort to form dissatisfied masses and forge a domestic atmosphere for a new foreign intervention. These attacks are the extension of the wave of U.S.-based attacks that were turned into a destruction operation on July 15, 2016. In this regard, it is a project that started with the economy and is aimed at achieving a political result. It is an attempt to "stop Turkey."

The “primary threat” attacked through the economy

If you observe carefully, you will notice that Turkey's regional security concerns have conflicted with the forces that are trying to form a map in the south of our country, Iraq and Syria and experienced geopolitical showdowns, gaps have formed between Turkey and the U.S., the regional dispositions of the far-right neocons of Israel have become primary threat for Turkey, and the deepest break after World War II has started to happen.

The political and geopolitical wave of attacks were largely overcome with our country's extraordinary resistance. Now, the economic leg of these interventions have been launched. The new intervention, new resistance will take place along this axis. Nobody should interpret this as strictly an economic attack, because it is not. They are trying to reach their July 15 goals through the economy.

This is “economic terrorism,” we are going to “fight terrorism”

Those who carefully interpret the regional and global power shifts, axis shifts, and new power maps, will solve the meaning of the "economic terrorism" we are facing. Only those looking through a strictly economic frame will not see what is happening today and in the future.

Those who observed the 2008 global economic crisis from this limited perspective were not able to see anything. Because they could not understand that the crisis hitting the world's bosses was geopolitical, that there was a showdown, and a covert operation was being conducted within the context of major power shifts. Now, the political results and power mobility of the 2008 crisis is hitting the whole world today. This is what lies beneath the U.S. getting into an economic fight with China, Russia, European countries and the overwhelming majority of the world. This is a matter of sharing the global power domain.

Turkey is facing attacks because it has started to make its own independent decisions amid the great power shifts that are occurring centuries later. Similarly to July 15, the present economic terrorism attack is the same. We are right at the center of a global economic war and a global showdown of powers.

It is going to lead to great bursts of anger against the U.S.

Therefore, Turkey is one of the most intense areas of the conflict, because Turkey's preference in these power shifts is leading to global tremors. This is an attempt to "punish" our choice to become independent and our rejection of one-sided Western dependency.

But Turkey is not alone. We are not the ones becoming isolated, the U.S. is. The U.S., which exported terrorism to the whole world after Sept. 11 under the pretext of "fighting terrorism," is now exporting "economic terror" across the globe.

This stance is about to lead to a massive global outburst of anger. It is explicitly clear that a common political and economic rhetoric against the threats of the U.S. is gaining strength from its closest neighbors as well as from Asia to Europe, and from Latin America to Africa. It is not a coincidence that right in this atmosphere, our country's political discourse has become the leader of a powerful objection, a global awakening.

A “State of Emergency” should be implemented against economic terrorism. This is a “national struggle!”

An economic attack is a political and geopolitical attack. It is an effort to stop Turkey. It is a new format of the previous attacks. A type of “state of emergency” should be implemented against this economic attack and an atmosphere of mobilization should be developed, similar to what was done after July 15. Resolute interventions are required against those breeding the attack from the inside.

This is an intervention that cannot be overcome through economic measures. Therefore, it is necessary to be ruthless against the opportunists exploiting this attack, forming its inside leg, and seeking to form an opposition and intervention base from here.

Because Turkey is at the center of a major showdown. The homeland, our country's future is in question, it is a plan to sabotage the rising history that started over again a century later. Therefore, we are obligated with a new national struggle against economic terrorism and this is a "War of Independence."

Three “multinational attacks” were overcome with three “counter coups”

Turkey overcame all previous attacks with "counter coups." The Gezi Park events of 2013 were planned and actualized by the U.S. and European intelligence. The millions that gathered behind President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan prevented the intervention and those groups were weakened enough to prevent them from carrying out a similar feat ever again. The game was ruined with a counter coup.

The Dec. 17-25, 2013 judicial coup attempt was planned and actualized by U.S. intelligence, Israeli intelligence and the Fetullah Terror Organization (FETÖ). The multinational dimension of the intervention was quickly solved with great sensitivity. The extensions of those groups among the judiciary and bureaucracy received heavy blows, with a large number of dismissals. This too was a "counter coup."

July 15, 2016 was the severest attack in the history of our republic. It was not a coup attempt but a civil war and destruction attack. A resistance never before seen in world history was demonstrated and the coup attempt was thwarted with a new "counter coup." Then, all the foreign intervention apparatuses in the police, military, bureaucracy, media and capital were cleared and are continuing to be cleared.

A very serious economic “counter coup” is in store

Now, the same groups are striking through the economy. A new stage of the same attacks. Nobody should have any doubts that a very serious "counter coup" is in store. The biggest cleansing operation is going to take place in the economy, capital and bureaucracy of economy. Turkey emerged from all attacks victoriously and after all these attacks, it knew to nationalize that field.

It is possible to say that in the new situation, there will be radical changes in the economic circle, thoughtful handovers in the capital structure, the capital circles creating an environment for outside intervention may be weakened, and we will be entering a very robust period of nationalization.

Erdoğan: Complete control, mobilization

It is quite clear that President Erdoğan is taking a position of state of emergency regarding the economy, he is almost applying martial law, carrying out a complete mobilization operation and that he sees this as a national struggle. Similarly to the deep-scaled decisions he has taken, we see that his travels and meetings abroad are also within this context and planned accordingly.

There will be a new "counter coup" against this new multinational intervention and Turkey is going to turn this into a victory. There is no need to even say that those investing in this crisis are going to be defeated and will lose their future as well.

Political independence has been achieved, now it is time to achieve independence economically. Some are going to become lost along the way. But Turkey is going to complete the "fourth counter coup" with success.


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