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Who Benefits From Turkey’s Coup?

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new-logo25By Cassandra Anderson
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“And, as always, peace is long overdue and it is time to for people to wake up and demand an end to the Middle Eastern wars.”
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     There are a several intertwining theories about the failed coup in Turkey. President Erdogan and his rival Gulen blame each other, while the US is deeply enmeshed in the plot, and the US mainstream media is implicated in perpetuating propaganda.
     There are some strange anomalies surrounding coup- it seems odd that unarmed citizens would confront heavily armed military rebel forces and were able to stop them. And, rebel pilots flying F-16s did not shoot when they had the chance to fire upon Erdogan’s plane.
     David Knight, an investigative reporter for Infowars, and Mark Hall, producer of the film Killing Ed, present a case against Muhammed Fethullah Gulen. Gulen a Turkish imam, was brought into the US by the CIA.  He receives upwards of half a billion dollars a year in taxpayer funds to support his private charter school system that is used to promote Islam and indoctrinate children and young students in the US. Hall says that some of the money is sent back to Turkey to fund the Gulen movement in what he calls an “education jihad.”
   The $500 million per year in US pubic funds is raised from property taxes. Gulen has over 130 schools in 26 states. Texas has 45 Gulen schools that will get more than $200 million in taxpayer funds out of the $500 million, and, in addition, the Gulen movement in Texas has raised $300 million more in bond funds over the past 5 years.

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Dr. Manouchehr Ganji to PM Erdogan: Come Clean on the $18.5 Billion U. S. transferred to Turkey from Iran

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August 1, 2009, 10:51

shirinneshatsarbazan01In the Name of My Father:

Dr. Manouchehr Ganji’s letter of July 31st to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, chronicles a most interesting event on the Iran/Turkish border, involving the Turkish customs authorities.

It seems that on October 7th, 2008, trucks containing $18.5 billion dollars/U. S., in one hundred dollar bills and 20 tons of gold, were delivered to the Ankara Customs Office.  The largesse was in transit from Iran through Turkey to a destination yet publicly unknown. 

Turkish independent television station Kanal D quotes Turkish lawyer Senol Ozel as stating that the $18.5 billion is legally owned by an Iranian named Esmael Saffarian-Nessab. Ozel describes his client as a “respected Iranian businessman [who] has transferred the money to Turkey through legal means.” 

Obvious questions abound.  Who really is Esmael Saffarian-Nessab?  Who is he working for?  Whose money is really being transited out of Iran?  For what final destination?  And what do Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and Turkish attorney Senol Ozel really know about all of this?  How many players are there, really, in the transfer of $18 billion U. S. across the Iranian-Turkish border?

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