ROTHSCHILDS CRIME SYNDICATE ROLE IN ATTEMPTED COUP OF PRESIDENT ERDOGAN IN TURKEY IN 2016 CE
For an immediate concise overview Go to 2016 CE below for a description of the COUP attempt. The following timeline starts with some background on the likely Co-instigator of the COUP, Fethullah Gülen who is a long term resident in America and has setup many of his private schools in America.
1976: Fethullah Gülen The first two Gülen Movement (GM) institutions were established – Turkish Teachers Foundation (Türkiye Öğretmenler Vakfı) and The Akyazılı Foundation for Middle and Higher Education (Akyazılı Orta ve Yüksek Eğitim Vakfı). For a finer timeline on the Gülen Movement (GM) look below.
1979: Fethullah Gülen established and published the first Gülen Movement (GM) periodical, Trickle (Sızıntı).
1976 CE: Gülen Movement (GM) was established by Fethullah Gülen (1941 CE-TODAY CE), a Turkish businessman (Rothschilds Crime MOB agent) has an a global religious and educational movement network buttressed by the Gülen-affiliated business empire worth well over $25 Billion. Gülen movement has attracted 5 to 8 million followers worldwide. The US is home to numerous Gülen-affiliated firms, which work in tandem with his government-funded charter schools to launder taxpayer money through H1-B visa fraud and opaque, often nonexistent bidding processes for contract work. His schools, present in 26 US states, and the schools disproportionately import teachers from Turkey–often with dubious credentials and little command of the English language.
1903 CE-1940 CE: Greek Ashkenazi Traders — With ties to Bolshevik Ashkenazis such as Vladimir Jabotinsky (1880 CE-1940 CE), who was one of the founders of early Zionism, Ataturk and his “young Turks” (mostly Ashkenazis) began an ongoing alliance with global Zionism and its Ashkenazi leaders through Ataturk’s military officer corps. Jabotinsky was an early Zionist leader & journalist who founded the militant Zionist Revisionist movement that played an important role in the establishment of the State of Israel. By 1903 CE Jabotinsky began to expound Zionist views for the restoration and creation of a Zionist national state in Palestine, both in his writings and his masterful speeches full of propaganda. He tried to and succeeded in destroying the Ottoman Empire with WW I so Zionists could takeover Palestine and control oil flows and, oh yes, as a homeland for the Ashkenazis. He with the Rothschilds persuaded the British government to allow military participation by Ashkenazi refugees from the Ottoman Empire.
1921 CE: Greek-Turkic Ashkenazis — MUSTAFA KEMAL ATATURK created a secular Turkish state through the Ashkenazi-Khazar-inspired Young Turks Movement, that ties Turkey with the Zionist cabal and is not a full-blown military relationship. The Turkic-Khazar-dominated Young Turks Movement, (AKA Committee of Union and Progress), was germinated in Paris in the late 1800’s CE and blossomed into the heavily Ashkenazi populated area of Thessaloniki, Greece, the headquarters of Ashkenazi banking interests since the Ottoman in 1700s CE. Thessaloniki at the time housed mostly Spanish Semite Jews who on paper converted to Islam while maintaining their Jewish rituals, often called “Crypto Jews.”
1946 CE: SAME YEAR BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS CRIME MOB CREATED ISRAEL — TURKEY WAS CREATED — Establishment of a multiparty democracy in Turkey in 1946 CE with Turkish Armed Forces (TSK), together with the judiciary viewed themselves as guardians of a secular religion-less Turkish nationalist state. The military and judiciary have regularly intervened in politics to block or ban popular peoples parties. The military has toppled four elected governments: by coups in 1960 CE and 1980 CE, and by military decisions in 1971 CE and 1997 CE. In addition, the military has banned several major political parties. In 1998 CE, Erdoğan, who was the mayor of Istanbul at the time, was banned for life from politics, and jailed, because he had read a certain poem several years before, at a public meeting. In 2007 CE, the military expressed its opposition to the election of Abdullah Gül, of the Justice and Development Party (AKP), as president, by issuing an e-memorandum, but Gül was eventually elected when the AKP won both a referendum on the matter, and also a snap election, and the party returned with a larger majority in the parliament. 1946 CE Kemalism or Atatürkism or the Six Arrows is the founding ideology of the Republic of Turkey as implemented by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk designed to separate the new Turkish state from its Ottoman predecessor and embrace a Westernized Secularized (Religion free) way of living building on the Young Turks Ashkenazis ideas. 1903 CE-1940 CE Greek Ashkenazi Traders with ties to Bolshevik Ashkenazis such as Vladimir Jabotinsky (1880 CE-1940 CE), who was one of the founders of early Zionism, Ataturkism and his “Young Turks” (mostly Ashkenazis) began an ongoing alliance with global Zionism and its Ashkenazi leaders through Ataturk’s military officer corps.
2007 CE-2012 CE: High-profile Kemalists, “Young Turks”, officers of the Turkish Armed Forces, faced a series of trials and purges, under allegations of involvement in a secret society codenamed “Ergenekon” (2003 CE-2004 CE which co-planned attacks on Erdogen) that was supported by Islamist loyal to Gülen and security officials and media purges allowed lower-rank Islamist officers to assume around 275 high-ranking military positions and were seen as a way for Turkey’s civilian leaders under President Erdoğan to establish dominance over the military. By 2013 CE The AKP’s alliance with Gülen started to collapse as Gülenists targeted the AKP using corruption charges. After the split, Erdoğan decided it would be advantageous to rehabilitate the army. The “Ergenekon” convictions were overturned in April 2016 by the Court of Cassation, which ruled that the existence of the network was unproven, as the Rothschilds MOB is great at covering their steps.
2008 CE-2010 CE: ROTHSCHILDS MOB SUPPORTED GULEN MOVEMENT TO CONTROL TURKEY BUSINESS AND MILITARY — James Jeffrey, US ambassador to Turkey said, “The Gülen movement has some infiltration at the least in the military that I am aware of. They of course had extreme infiltration into the police and judiciary earlier….The bureaucracy in Turkey were infiltrated and had their allegiance to a movement. That of course is absolutely unacceptable and extremely dangerous…”
2016 CE: CRIME SYNDICATE ROLE IN ATTEMPTED COUP OF ERDOGAN IN TURKEY — Turkish coup d’état attempt on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan including the government was done by CIA-Mossad who empowered a fringe faction within the Turkish Armed Forces calling themselves the Peace at Home Council, which sounds like a Rothschilds MOB Think Tank slogan to pull on Heart Strings. They attempted but failed to seize control of several key places in Ankara, Istanbul, and elsewhere. Forces loyal to Erdogan and the state defeated them. The coup leaders were extremely likely linked to the terrorist Gülen movement led by Fethullah Gülen (1941 CE-TODAY CE), a Turkish businessman (Rothschilds Crime MOB agent) who lives in Pennsylvania. MOB agent Gülen was behind the coup and the Rothschilds MOB run United States is protecting him. Erdoğan asked US extradite Gülen: “I call on you again, after there was a coup attempt. Extradite this man in Pennsylvania to Turkey! If we are strategic partners or model partners, do what is necessary.” During the coup soldiers entered the buildings of the state broadcaster, the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT), in Ankara and forced anchor Tijen Karaş to read out a statement saying that “the democratic and secular rule of law has been eroded by the current government” and that Turkey was now led by the Peace at Home Council who would “ensure the safety of the population.” The Pro-coup soldiers took military leadership hostage, briefly seizing control over parts of the Turkish Armed Forces. They made a typical Rothschilds MOB Assassination attempt against the President of Turkey that failed. Soon the Turkish Air Force declared a no-fly zone over Ankara downing unauthorized military aircraft presumed to be part of the rogue coup attempt. Then Erdoğan declared a three-month state of emergency that is still in place. After the end of the coup 15,846 were detained including 10,012 soldiers and 1,481 judiciary members of which 8,133 were arrested. 48,222 government officials and workers were suspended. In total 50,000 people were arrested and over 160,000 fired from their jobs for being connected to Rothschilds MOB agent Gülen. Also, 3 news agencies, 16 TV stations, 23 radio stations, 45 newspapers, 15 magazines and 29 publishers were ordered to shut down. 15,000 education staff were also suspended and the licenses of 21,000 teachers working at private institutions were revoked as well after the government alleged they were loyal to Gülen. During the coup, over 300 people were killed and more than 2,100 were injured. Many government buildings, including the Turkish Parliament and the Presidential Palace, were bombed from the air showing this was a Rothschilds MOB think tank planned coup. The main opposition parties in Turkey condemned the attempt. President Erdoğan accused the US Central Command, chief General Joseph Votel, a Rothschilds MOB tool of “siding with coup plotters” after the Turkish government arrested Pentagon’s contacts in Turkey. In March 2017 the British Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee said some Gulenists were involved in coup d’état attempt, but, of course, found no evidence of the UK designating the Gülen movement as a “terrorist organization”, which is no SUPRISE as the UK is a total puppet government of the Rothschilds MOB. ROTHSCHILDS MOB Tanks opened fire near the Turkish Parliament Building which was also hit from the air. A helicopter belonging to the pro-coup forces was shot down by a Turkish military F-16 fighter jet. There were also reports of pro-government jets flying over Ankara to “neutralize” helicopters used by those behind the coup. The coup’s failure was partly due to the inability of the rebels to neutralize Erdoğan and other high-ranking government officials, either by killing or detaining them. Once Erdoğan landed at Atatürk International Airport (which had been recaptured from the rebels), the coup was doomed. Several Rothschilds MOB coup F-16s targeted Erdoğan’s presidential jet en route to Istanbul, but they did not fire because the fighter jet pilots were told by President Erdoğan’s pilot over the radio that the (flight of the) Gulfstream IV was a Turkish Airlines flight. It also failed because the plotters failed to secure control of the media, and thus shape the narrative. They failed to capture Turksat, Turkey’s main cable and satellite communications company, and failed to gain control of the country’s television and mobile phone networks. This allowed Erdoğan to make his Facetime call, and to speak on television. RUSSIANS LIKLEY PREVENTED THE COUP – Reports emerged that Russian Main Intelligence Directorate intercepted signals on an imminent coup which were passed on to loyal Turkish operatives. The intercepted plans revealed several helicopters with commandos were on the way to the coastal resort of Marmaris, where Erdoğan was staying, to capture or kill him. Pre-warned, Erdoğan left quickly to avoid them.
2016 CE: CRIME SYNDICATE ROLE IN ATTEMPTED COUP OF ERDOGAN IN TURKEY — Of course, after the coup failure, Rothschilds MOB agent, Fethullah Gülen, denied any role in it and said “it is especially insulting to be accused of having any link to such an attempt. I categorically deny such accusations.” But Russia’s President Putin was in solidarity with Erdogan and Erdoğan thanked the presidents of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev for their show of solidarity after the coup attempt.
2016 CE: CRIME SYNDICATE ROLE IN ATTEMPTED COUP OF ERDOGAN IN TURKEY — AKP–Gülen Movement alliance and “Ergenekon trials — Coup attempt in Turkey was a well planned Rothschilds MOB political, economic, and religious network including U.S.-based AND protected Rothschilds MOB agent Fethullah Gülen (1941 CE-TODAY CE) living in Pennsylvania USA.
2016 CE: The Coup soldiers forced the Media to read the MOB’s Think Tank prepared statement read in part on the news: “Turkish Armed Forces have completely taken over the administration of the country to reinstate constitutional order, human rights and freedoms, the rule of law and general security that was damaged. […] All international agreements are still valid. We hope that all of our good relationships with all countries will continue.” The plotters said they had “done so to preserve democratic order, and that the rule of law must remain a priority”. The statement also ordered temporary martial rule, and claimed a new constitution would be prepared “as soon as possible”. TRT was then taken off air. Even Rothschilds MOB run Reuters reported (bragged) that EU sources described the coup as “well orchestrated,” and predicted that “given the scale of the operation, it is difficult to imagine they will stop short of prevailing.” There was a reported explosion in the TRT broadcasting headquarters.
2016 CE: PROOF ROTHSCHILDS MOB WAS BEHIND COUP — United Nations Security Council statement denouncing the coup was rejected by MOB owned United States and the UK. Egypt proposing a new statement calling for all sides to “respect the democratic and constitutional principles and the rule of law”, which was also rejected. Iran did not wait for the coup’s failure to speak up with their Foreign Minister voicing support for democracy in a Twitter message in the early hours of the unrest calling for “Stability” and saying, “democracy in Turkey are paramount”. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called and told Erdoğan the coup attempt was “a test to identify your domestic and foreign friends and enemies.” In Belgium anti-coup protesters attempted to attack a building owned by the pro-Gülen movement group ‘Vuslat’. There was unrest in Heusden-Zolder, elsewhere in Belgium, EU Headquarters for ROTHSCHILDS MOB. President Erdoğan accused Western countries of “supporting terrorism” and a military coup. Thousands of anti-coup protesters demanded instituting the death penalty against detainees connected with the coup, chanting “we want the death penalty”.
2016 CE: Confirmed that 40 Turkish military servicemen of mostly high rank stationed at NATO command structures had applied for asylum in Germany and Belgium. Probably part of the Rothschilds MOB planning for the coup. By 2017, Germany had received 136 asylum requests from Turks holding diplomatic passports since the July coup attempt. As of 2017, Norway had granted asylum for four Turkish soldiers and a military attache. Several Turkish citizens with diplomatic passports have sought political asylum in Switzerland. In Greece university professors, and their two children applied for asylum Along with three businessmen. Many others tried to enter Greece illegally. Amazingly, Berlin mayor, Michael Müller (SPD), accused Turkey of waging war on supporters of the Gülen movement in Germany in 2017 CE after the coup. Turkey’s secret service (MIT) had asked Germany’s foreign intelligence agency (BND) for help in rounding up Gülen supporters in Germany. In Germany Rothschilds MOB businesses support the Gülen movement. After the failed coup, there was a massive demonstration in Cologne at Germany in support of Turkish President Erdoğan. German lawmakers have called for an investigation, charging that Turkey is spying on suspected Gulen followers in Germany. “We must expect that the number of Turks who are seeking political asylum in Germany will continue to rise,” said Stephan Mayer, the domestic policy speaker of the union coalition in the Bundestag.
2017 CE: Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s office issued arrest warrants for CIA official(s) + US National Intelligence Council member + A political scientist in Rand Corporation + Academic Henri Barkey was named a suspect a week after the failed coup. There were allegations of a strong CIA and Mossad role in the coup by Turkish authorities.
2017 CE-TODAY CE: Turkish police have carried out simultaneous raids in 18 cities against companies associated with Rothschilds MOB-based Fethullah Gülen. The state-run Anadolu Agency said police searched 204 premises and detained 187 businessmen for “membership in a terror organization” and “providing financial support to a terror organization”. All suspects’ assets were seized.
2017 CE: President Erdoğan, during his visit to Tanzania, asked his Tanzanian counterpart John Magufuli to take action against the network of Fethullah Gülen. Erdoğan plans to establish a museum dedicated to the coup events in the town of Kahramankazan, near Ankara paid for by Turkish Ministry of Culture funds, it is planned to open at the end of 2018.
Timeline of Fethullah Gülen and the stages of the Gülen Movement
1957 CE: Fethullah Gülen’s made his first acquaintance with Turkey’s Nur Movement (Nur Hareketi, i.e., followers of Said Nursi) and with the Risal-i Nur Külliyatı (RNK, Epistles of Light Collection – the collected teachings of Said Nursi) that he later built upon.
1966-1971: Fethullah Gülen’s popularity as a teacher began to grow, and a community of loyal admirers emerged. Some called him “Esteemed Teacher.”
1976 CE: Fethullah Gülen’s setup the first two Gülen Movement (GM) institutions – Turkish Teachers Foundation and The Akyazılı Foundation for Middle and Higher Education and grew from there. Today, the Gülen Movement (GM) or Hizmet or Cemaat refers to thousands of schools and institutions with millions of individuals in Turkey, together with their affiliates in over 120 countries throughout the world. Supposedly anchored upon a foundation of math and science-focused private education, the GM also comprises classes in mass media, international trade, finance, information communication technologies, construction, legal services, accounting, and outreach/public relations. The GM has grown to become Turkey’s largest and most influential non-believer community. The Gülen Movement (GM) grew out of a 1960s CE “Wonder of the Age” movement by Said Nursi (1877 CE-1960 CE) which among its most central teachings was an articulation of the inherent harmony between Islam and modern science, together with an emphatic plea for Muslims to become educated in modern knowledge, albeit with grounding in Islamic morality. By the time of Nursi’s death in 1960 CE, they had millions of followers in a number of major cities. By the late 1990s CE, the Gülen Movement (GM) had become the largest and most influential of all Nursi communities and a distinct sociopolitical entity. Success in secular math/science and exam-based education created opportunities to expand into other sectors. A youth-oriented organizational model blossomed in the 1980s when hundreds of thousands of bright students were recruited into the movement through the mechanism of exam prep schools. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the GM took advantage of the Turkish state’s effort to cultivate relations with post-Soviet republics in Central Asia and the Balkans. GISs were begun with Turkish start-up capital throughout both regions, and affiliated business ventures followed. The GM’s expansion in the 1990s came at a time when a more traditional variation of “political Islam” was on the rise under the leadership of Necmettin Erbakan who led his RP, Welfare Party (Refah Partisi) to a number of municipal electoral victories in 1995 CE and to national victory in 1996 CE. The RP formed a coalition government with the center right True Path Party, and Erbakan became Turkey’s first “Islamist” Prime Minster. The GM was able to navigate RP’s rise and abrupt fall during Turkey’s “post-modern coup” in 1997 CE. The central refrain in Gülen’s articulated worldview is a need for “volunteers,” who are “filled with love for all of humanity,” “ideal humans” who represent what Gülen calls “the generation of hope.” This generation’s task is to cultivate a future “golden generation” (altın nesil) that will usher in a time love, tolerance, and harmony, and by default, that will create the conditions for the Day of Judgment. What we need now is not ordinary people, but rather people devoted to divine reality. Most GM-affiliated individuals and institutions thrive in Turkey’s competitive market economy, and its schools have established a brand for themselves by emphasizing math, science, and business-related education. Although thousands of women identify with the GM, teach at GISs, and participate in various aspects of social and business services at one or another GM-affiliated institution, the top levels of affiliation maintains a strict degree of gender privilege and also maintains a strictly Turkish and Turkic bias. The GM remains second only to the AKP in Turkey in defining conservatism and national identity for pious Turks. Moreover, unlike the AKP the GM continues to expand its influence beyond Turkey where its actors compete for the hearts and minds of non-Turkish observers who look to Turkey as a model for sustainable “East/West,” Muslim/Christian, pious/modern civilization relations.
1979 CE: The first Gülen Movement (GM) periodical Trickle (Sızıntı) was published.
1980 CE-1983 CE: Turkey’s third military-led coup d’état and junta occurred.
1986 CE: GM affiliates purchased Zaman Newspaper.
1995 CE-1998 CE: Gülen was active in Turkish public life and opinion and, more widely, established himself as an influential religious personality in Turkey.
1998 CE-TODAY CE: GM Schools opened throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, Western Europe, and the United States.
1999 CE-TODAY CE: Gülen traveled from Turkey to the United States, supposedly for medical reasons., but Gülen has resided in the United States, most recently in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. He established the Rumi Forum in Washington, D.C. as the first (of many) interfaith and intercultural GM-affiliated outreach and public relations institutions in the United States.
1999 CE-2000 CE: A video broadcast on Turkish television showed Gülen allegedly instructing his followers to “move into the arteries of the system until you reach all the power centers . . .” In 2000 CE Gülen was indicted on conspiracy charges in absentia, and an arrest warrant was issued, but with connected lawyers Gülen was acquitted finally in 2006 CE.
2001 CE: The first academic conference organized by GM-affiliates about Fethullah Gülen and the Gülen Movement was held at Georgetown University.
2002 CE: The “Islamist-roots” AKP, Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi) came to power in Turkey. An unofficial alliance between the AKP and the GM was formed, constituting “new Turkey’s” conservative coalition, lasting to 2011 CE.
2003 CE-TODAY CE: Expansion of Gülen Movement (GM)-affiliated public charter schools in the United States began and has reached 150 publicly chartered schools operating in twenty-six U.S. states and Washington D.C.
2005 CE: Gülen may be the Muslim George Soros — TUSKON, The Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (Türkiye Iş adamları ve Sanayiciler Konfederasyonu) was established under the leadership of the GM-affiliated IȘHAD. It became Turkey’s largest business-related non-governmental organization.
2007 CE: The Gülen Movement (GM)-affiliated Today’s Zaman was first published as Turkey’s third English-language news daily and immediately became its largest in circulation.
2007 CE-2013 CE: A cache of military-issued arms was found in an apartment in Istanbul. This eventually led to the “Ergenekon investigation” into an alleged network of retired and active military personnel and social/business elites who conspired to topple the AKP government. Ergenkon trials took place in Turkey. 275 people, including several retired Turkish generals, were issued sentences. Nineteen people were sentenced to life in prison. Additional alleged plots to overthrow the AKP and to stir up social tension (e.g., Sledgehammer, Glove, and Cage) rolled into the Ergenekon trial.
2007 CE: The Gülen Institute was established at the University of Houston in Houston, TX.
2008 CE: ROTHSCHILDS MOB RUN PRESS AGGRANDIZED GULEN — Fethullah Gülen was named Prospect and Foreign Policy magazine’s “World’s Most Influential Public Intellectual” via the results of an online poll. Editors at the two magazines ran series of articles attempting to explain how and why Gülen won. Gülen won a long legal battle over his immigration status in the United States and was granted permanent residency (“green card”).
2011 CE: A schism between the Gülen Movement (GM) and Turkey’s governing Justice and Development Party (AKP) led by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has governed since 2002 CE, but since 2011 CE has been accused of driving forward an Islamist agenda that undermined secularism of the Turkish Army.
2011 CE: The State Senate of Texas (USA) passes Resolution Number 85 recognizing Fethullah Gülen “for his ongoing and inspirational contributions to the promotion of peace and understanding.”
2013 CE: Popular protest known as the “Gezi Park uprising,” which began in Istanbul, spread to over sixty Turkish cities. Turkish police forces put the protest down with heavy force, which received international condemnation. The Gülen Movement (GM)-affiliated Zaman Newspaper reported on the AKP’s intention to reform Turkey’s education system by closing all standardized examination prep schools like those schools run by Gülen Movement. There were arrests of family members of high-ranking AKP officials on charges of bribery, corruption, and graft. These were framed by Prime Minister Erdoğan and interpreted by Turkish public opinion as retaliation by Gülen Movement (GM) loyalists in Turkey’s police forces against the AKP.