Turkey putschists promised a new military base to the US

Turkey putschists promised a new military base to the US

US would have had a military base near Turkey-Syria border, if coup had succeeded, according to a Junta - US military agreement

News Service Yeni Şafak
The United States Army, one of the architects of the recent Turkey coup plot, would have built a new military base at the zero point of the Turkey-Syria border, if coup plotters were successful in overtaking the power of the military, intelligence, police security, legislative and judiciary institutions in Turkey.

The junta regime would have allowed the U.S. military to establish a military base near the Syrian border, if the coup didn't fail, sources said.

As millions of Turks continue to swarm to the streets after foiling a military coup attempt, shocking information about coup planners and their masterminds continue to be revealed.

The CIA's 'Safari' Team of coup schemers

Sources close to the investigators of the failed coup attempt said the CIA established a special team with the code name of “Safari" to operate the coup plot process.

General John F. Campbell, a former US commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), organized meetings and preparations that lasted over eight-and-half-a-months before the Turkey coup.

Campbell was the head of the Turkey leg of the “Safari" special team established by CIA for commanding junta in Turkey.

Though Campbell formally retired from his post in March this year, he has been running the U.S. military's secret agenda in Turkey.

He was commissioned to lead the Turkey operation for an extra two years, the sources said.

Campbell was working as the middle man / mediator between parties. He held several meetings both with the Junta in Turkey and CIA authorities in the U.S.

According to military sources, the coup plotters agreed to allow the U.S. authority to stablish a U.S. military base at the Turkey-Syria border.

The new military base would have been furnished with more advanced technology, making it more capable of extensive tasks than the İncirlik airbase in the southeastern province of Adana.

Putschist also promised to upset the balances in the area by blocking Russia in a military and economic manner after establishing a coup regime in Turkey in the second half of 2016.

According to the plan, Turkey would have been designed by the U.S. and the country would have been under Washington's full control.

If they had failed to take full control, then the second plan would have been implemented: turning Turkey into a new Syria.

Moreover, the Syrian opposition group would have also been re-structured according to the U.S. directions, and the FETÖ junta would have been handling them, if the coup in Turkey had succeeded.

FETÖ and CIA hand in hand for coup in Turkey

A group of Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) terrorists inside the Turkish military attempted a coup on July 15, as they took control of some strategic points and state buildings by tanks, helicopters and fighter jets.

Turks across the country poured to the streets and ran through the bullets and bombs to protect their country, democracy and future.

The coup attempt failed, but the Turks' voices are still being raised from the streets and squares, where millions continue their “democracy watch", to punish the coup plotters including the coup leader Fetullah Gülen.

Gülen, a so-called cleric based in Pennsylvania, U.S., was the leader of FETÖ terror group. He organized the coup in Turkey by moving his terrorists hiding in Turkish state institutions, mainly judiciary, police and military.

Despite Ankara's repeatedly calling on Washington to extradite Gülen, the U.S. authority continues rejecting it and backing Gülen.

Sources from the Turkish government authority said that it's clear that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) orchestrated the coup attempt with Gülen.


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