February 3, 2015

Davos, Oslo, Cizre, Ergenekon, Sledgehammer, Khomeini and MOSSAD

Faruk Mercan

You are right to ask, “What kind of relationship can there be among these seven words?” Every sane person has the right to ask such a question.

Whenever he opens his mouth, the Interior Minister of this cabinet says “Wiretappings and coup attempts began on the day our President uttered ‘one minute’ at Davos.” And the President [Erdoğan] says at every opportunity, “They [members of the Hizmet movement] work for the country in the south (Israel), for the MOSSAD.”

And then the Justice Minister claims, “Fethullah Gülen would return to Turkey like Khomeini. He would stage a Turkish version of the Iranian Revolution.”

Thank God we are sane and have a right to ask: “What is it to be Khomeini and to work for the MOSSAD at the same time? Has Khomeini staged the Iranian Revolution for the MOSSAD?”

Recall also that the President has said “Iran is our second home” and called the Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei as the “Leader.” They shoot at the Hizmet Community but the bullet ricochets and hits their “second home” Iran. Even the “benevolent businessman” Reza Zarrab must have been taken aback by this situation.

Bülent Yıldırım’s revolt

Well, who maintains relations with the country in the south (Israel)? Humanitarian Aid Foundation (İHH) President Bülent Yıldırım, who has been cooperating with them [AKP members] from the very beginning, brings up an explicit accusation:
“Trade with Israel increases every day. There is visa requirement for Palestinians but not for Israelis. Requests for issuing a Red Notice for high-ranking Israeli military officers over the raid of the Gaza-bound Mavi Marmara are rejected.”
The Deputy Prime Minister says, “They [members of Hizmet movement] plotted against their own country’s national army during the Ergenekon and Sledgehammer trials.” The Interior Minister says, “We have staved off the Ergenekon, Sledgehammer, and the Sarıkız coup attempts.” The Prime Minister’s words are much more bizarre: “They are allying with Ergenekon and Sledgehammer conspirators.”

Every sane person would ask these questions:
“Why are three figures from the same government making such contradictory remarks? If the Hizmet movement plotted against the national army, how could you stave off Ergenekon and the Sledgehammer? What kind of alliance is the same Hizmet movement entering into with Ergenekon and the Sledgehammer conspirators now? What state of mind is this?”
Who are involved in Cizre and Oslo?

Let’s go on. Recall the events on “Oct. 6-7” that occurred after the developments in Kobani. Many people speaking for the government and the AKP have said, “The Oct. 6-7 events are a conspiracy organized by them [members of Hizmet movement]. Now they collaborate with the PKK.”

The President also made similar remarks. However, high-ranking PKK commanders like Murat Karayılan and Cemil Bayık have always said: “The Oct. 6-7 events are one of the most glorious resistances in Kurdish history.” Cemil Bayık told one more thing: “We tried to make contact with the Gülen Movement but they did not want to have contact with us.”

That’s not all. Pro-government media outlets accused the Hizmet Community again after the events in Cizre. Further, the President mentioned policemen throwing bombs at demonstrators. Well then, have you ever heard of any policeman until today, against whom legal action was taken for “Throwing bombs at demonstrators”?

And finally the President said a few days ago, speaking to the state-run Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT), “It would be unjust to lay the blame also for Cizre incident on the Hizmet movement.” One is at a loss whether to cry or laugh after these words.

Let’s continue. Who upturned the table during the Oslo talks with the PKK between 2008-2011 and sabotaged the process?

Lately, the chief advisor to the Prime Minister wrote this: “It was the PKK’s insistence on autonomy that sabotaged the Oslo process. The peace talks have been stalled because of the PKK.”

But in a recent article published on a pro-government newspaper, discussing who leaked the Oslo records, it had been said that: "The name of the account through which the voice recordings of the Oslo talks had been leaked was ‘one minute."

I am sure you immediately smelled the plot here. “If the account’s name is ‘one minute’, just know that the Hizmet Community is behind the leak.”

Orhan Kemal Cengiz says, “Turkey has turned into a madhouse.” Thank God, not everyone has lost their senses in this country yet. You are free to tie together Davos, Oslo, Cizre, Ergenekon, Sledgehammer, Khomeini and MOSSAD.

Published on BGNNews, 02 February 2015, Monday