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Clinton CIA Director James Woolsey: Mueller’s Agent of Deception in Flynn Case
FBI “whistleblower” Sibel Edmonds exposes Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s conflict of interest in pursuing General Michael Flynn’s case due to his direct involvement as former FBI Director and his role in covering up and protecting Gülen Networks’ criminal operations within the United States, and demands that he steps down.
Breaking: FBI Whistleblower Exposes Special Counsel Mueller’s Conflict of Interest!
Source: Middle East Eye
Ex-Trump aide Flynn probed in alleged plot to abduct Gülen from US: Reports
Mueller is looking into possibility Flynn planned to deliver Gulen to Turkey for $15m
Friday, 10 November 2017
US special counsel Robert Mueller, who is looking into possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, is also investigating an alleged plan by former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to kidnap US-based Turkish dissident Fethullah Gülen, according to reports in US media.
Gülen, who lives in Pennsylvania, is blamed by the Turkish government for orchestrating a failed coup last year. He denies the accusations, but President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeatedly called for his extradition.
Flynn was fired in February for failing to disclose that he had discussed US sanctions on Russia with Moscow’s ambassador in Washington before Trump took office.
The alleged plot to abduct Gulen surfaced in March when ex-CIA James Woolsey revealed that at a meeting in September 2016, Flynn talked about “a covert step in the dead of night to whisk this guy away”.
Allegedly, Flynn and his son would have received $15m for returning Gulen to Turkey, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing anonymous sources.
Now Mueller, whose investigation resulted in three indictments for Trump aides last month, is looking into the ostensible plan to kidnap Gülen.
Last week, several US media outlets reported that Mueller may have enough evidence to bring charges against Flynn in the collusion investigation.
US Justice Department documents revealed earlier this year that Flynn was paid $530,000 for lobbying work that “benefited the Republic of Turkey”. The retired general’s firm was hired by a pro-government Turkish businessman.
In an article published in the Hill newspaper last year, Flynn painted Gulen as a “radical Islamist”.
“From Turkey’s point of view, Washington is harbouring Turkey’s Osama bin Laden,” Flynn wrote.
Flynn, a retired general, campaigned vigorously for Trump before the real estate mogul was elected president. He has a history of making anti-Muslim statements.
“Fear of Muslims is RATIONAL,” he tweeted in February 2016.
Flynn’s lawyer Robert Kelner denied the Gülen plot reports on Friday.
“Out of respect for the process of the various investigations regarding the 2016 campaign, we have intentionally avoided responding to every rumor or allegation raised in the media,” Kelner told Reuters emailed statement.
“But today’s news cycle has brought allegations about General Flynn, ranging from kidnapping to bribery, that are so outrageous and prejudicial that we are making an exception to our usual rule: they are false.”
Source: Turkish Invitations
Elected/public state and local officials who went on Gulenist Turkey trips
April 25, 2012; last updated Dec 9, 2014
“To date, more than 6000 Americans have traveled to Turkey at the invitation of Hizmet institutes and have returned to support the activities of the Turkish immigrant circles.” – Sophia Pandya & Nancy Gallagher in their 2012 book The Gulen Hizmet Movement and Its Transnational Activities
The standard Gulen Lobby Turkey trip is 9-10 days long. Starting in 2012, some Turkey trips include a stopover in oil-rich Azerbaijan (see this page for details), a country whose government has had close ties with the Gulen Movement, and the first country outside Turkey where Gulen schools were founded. Starting in 2014, some include a stop in the small Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan, where the Gulen Movement also has a chain of schools.
Key points about these trips:
When the value of these trips (as gifts) are disclosed to the public, the amount has ranged from $635 to $12,540. The reason for the variability is unclear, since the itinerary tends to be very similar in nearly all cases. Most commonly a figure around $3500 has been used. To subsidize 6000 people at this level means the Gulen Lobby had invested $21 million in these trips as of 2012.
Most state and local officials are not required to report international trips when they are not paid with government funds. This means that many more public officials went on these trips without leaving a trace, and therefore could not be listed below.
The websites of Gulenist organizations that invite these officials (e.g., the Istanbul Center, Turquoise Council, etc) often mention that a number of public officials went on a trip without listing their names.
State and local officials accepting these invitations are often not well-informed about either the Gulen Movement or current Turkish politics prior to the trip.
The Gulen Lobby is the first foreign lobby to systematically target state and local officials on such a large scale (other foreign lobbies have mainly targeted Congressmen, who are required by law to report all trips).
While in Turkey, public officials may be staying in Gulen Movement-affiliated hotels or dormitories. During such times, their phone or internet communications may be easily accessible to Gulenists.
US-based Gulenist 501(c)3 “dialog” organizations may be the ones inviting the officials, but the actual source of funds is often unknown and may be a Gulenist organization based in Turkey such as BAKIAD.
To date, we have not seen even one IRS Form 990 for any of the organizations sponsoring these trips that checks the “yes” box in answer to the question “Did the organization engage in lobbying activities?”
While another page already lists Congressional trips; this page is for state legislators, governors, mayors, attorney generals, and other state and local officials. Most are elected, but a few appointed officials may be included below, as well as some former officials. (Former officials retain influence and contacts and therefore are of interest too.)
Date: 2011; Sponsor: Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians (also involved:
Turkish American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast U.S., Peace Valley Foundation, Istanbul Center); Source: June 3, 2012
• Sen. Cam Ward, R-Alabaster
• Sen. Gerald Dial, R-Lineville
• Sen. Clay Scofield, R-Arab
• Sen. Jabo Waggoner, R-Vestavia Hills
• Secretary of the Senate Pat Harris
• Jannah Scott, advisor to Governor Janet Napolitano (Date: 2008; Source: Sep 22, 2008)
• State Rep. David Lujan (Date: 2008; Source: Sep 22, 2008)
• State Rep. Theresa Ulmer (Date: 2008; Source: Sep 22, 2008)
• State Senator Linda Grey (Date: 2008; Source: Sep 22, 2008)
• State Rep. Steve Farley (Sponsor/Organizer: Acacia Foundation; source, Acacia Foundation website, accessed Dec 8, 2013)
• State Rep. Ed Ableser (Sponsor/Organizer: Acacia Foundation; source, Acacia Foundation website, accessed Dec 8, 2013)
• State Rep. Jackie Thrasher (Sponsor/Organizer: Acacia Foundation; source, Acacia Foundation website, accessed Dec 8, 2013)
• State Senator Michele Reagan (source)
• State Representative Karen Hopper R-District 81 (Date: July 2010; Sponsor: Raindrop Turkish House; Source: click here)
• Secretary of State Mark Martin (source) (May 2013; Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians)
• State Representative George McGill (source) (summer 2013; Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians)
• State Senator Bob Huff R-District 29 (Date: 2011; Source: Nov 24, 2011)
• Congressman Bob Filner (Sponsor: Pacifica Institute; Dates: Dec 2010, Apr 2011; Source: May 11, 2012)
• Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry (Sponsor: Pacifica Institute; Date: 2009; Source: Apr 3, 2010)
• Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy D. Baca (Sponsor: Pacifica Institute; source)
• Jeffrey Jennings, Malibu Mayor (Sponsor/Organizer: Acacia Foundation; source, Acacia Foundation website, accessed Dec 8, 2013)
• Cruz Reynoso, Former Associate of Justice, California Supreme Court (Sponsor/Organizer: Acacia Foundation; source, Acacia Foundation website, accessed Dec 8, 2013)
• Rep. Mike Honda (Source: Turkic American Alliance Newsletter Vol. 3 Issue 8)
• Secretary of State Debra Bowen (Source: her Twitter account)
Please go to Turkish Invitations to read the entire article.
There has been a lot of deception surrounding the Gülen movement including accusations the Gülen movement has been financed with CIA drug money. In this book, the author attempts making the claim this CIA drug money financing has not been proven and there is little evidence to suggest this is true.
What is going on inside Turkey and who actually controls the country?
Source: Gulen Investigations
Gülen’s Influence in U.S. Congress
September 19, 2016
The vast, wide-ranging infiltration of state institutions by the Fethullah Gülen organization is widely known in Turkey, where events such as the Ergenekon and Sledgehammer trials, as well as the July 15 attempted coup, have shown just how powerful and how deep its influence runs.
However there is much less awareness regarding the scale and scope of Gülen’s influence in Washington DC, where for years his organization has been using highly coordinated political donations, top-shelf lobbyists and PR firms, while funding scores of lavish all-expenses-paid trips to Turkey for U.S. lawmakers (this of course later became a scandal before the House Ethics Committee). Now that Turkey is seeking Gülen’s extradition to stand trial for the attempted coup, this secretive organization has begun calling in its favors to all these lawmakers with whom they hold influence.
This campaign on behalf of the Gülenists culminated on September 14 in a hearing put together by the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee, an event which predictably devolved into a one-sided, absurd farce. This hearing, which appeared to many observers to have been put together with the clear goal of attacking the Turkish government and defending Mr. Gülen, has been the source of significant insult and anger to people in Turkey.
During the proceedings Committee Chairman Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) made a number of highly opinionated and unsubstantiated claims regarding Gülen’s role in the coup. At one point, the Congressman said he didn’t think the Republic of Turkey’s case against Gülen was “credible,” and said that Turkey had “erred” by arresting members of the Gülen organization. The California lawmaker went on to denounce the security measures taking place in the aftermath of the coup, scolding the Turkish authorities over arrests without any mention of the scale of threat facing the country’s national security.
Rep. Randy Weber, a Republican Congressman from Texas (the location of Gülen’s largest charter school operation), led the questioning of witnesses, at one point even said of the accused coup leader, “he’s doin’ some good work,” and then later asked a number of leading questions, such as “Do you agree… that, generally speaking,Gülen is viewed as doing some pretty good things… here and in Turkey?”
The insult here is obvious and profound. It would be similar to holding a hearing to discuss Hezbollah’s charitable activities in Lebanon immediately following a deadly bombing in Tel Aviv, but of course, special rules seem to apply when it comes to Turkey.
One thing that Rohrabacher, Weber, and others did not mention was their long history of contacts – both personal and financial – between Gülen-linked entities and those leading these hearings. There is simply no reasonable basis that these men can consider themselves impartial to the Gülen movement after such a long history of close engagement.
There is no shortage of examples. In 2011, Rohrabacher was wined and dined at Gülen’s Anatolian Cultures and Food Festival, where he happily endorsed his hosts: “Merhaba, [“Hello”] Today I want to thank the Pacifica Institute and those who helped put this program together to create better relations between the two nations. Thank you for doing your part. Let’s reach out and be friends. God bless you.”
Later that year, the Gülenists hand-picked Rohrabacher to speak at their 2nd annual Turkic American Alliance Gala. Rohrabacher was again the celebrity featured guest at the 3rd Turkic American Convention. In 2013, he again attended another Gülen-led food festival, this time accompanied by Ed Royce, Loretta Sanchez, Michael Honda, and Allen Lowenthal, which at the time was boastful of the “strong proof of the lobbying potential of the festival.” There are at least three more public events held by the Gulenists that Rohrabacher is known to have attended, in addition to taking a paid trip to Istanbul on behalf of Tukson in 2011.
But he’s far from the only one on the committee that has been owned and operated by Gülen. There’s Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) who accepted the Rumi Forum’s Congressional Dialogue Service Award in 2008, sent a staffer on a paid trip to Turkey, went on his own $7,000 trip to Baku paid for by the Gülenists, and has given speeches at a number of key Gülen events, such as the 2011 Turkic American Alliance Gala. Rep Meeks was even so grateful to Gülen that he made one of his disciples a congressional staffer for a few months.
TAA 2nd Gala: Congressman Steve Stivers of Ohio (R)
Then there’s Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), who was present at the hearing to lob insults at Turkey and shield Gülen from criticism. Rep. Brooks of course was one of those many lawmakers who accepted not one, but two fully paid trips to Turkey by Gülen’s Istanbul Center, and has been a featured guest at least four key events, including several Turkic American Convention events in 2013.
The list goes on and on. Rep. Gerry Connolly has received gratuitous honors from Rumi Forum, American Turkish Friendship Association, and has sent a staffer on a Gulen-paid trip, while Rep. Paul Cook has his photo up on the Turkic American Alliance website and also was a signatory on the Matt Salmon letter to John Kerry (among most of the other committee members as well). Rep. Weber has given speeches at several events organized by the Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians, and helped to pass a visa waiver law to benefit Gülen’s charter school operation. Amazingly, appeared on stage at the International Festival of Language and Culture in Washington DC in April 2016, where he praised Gülen and called him “our good friend.”
Is it possible that these same lawmakers who are honored and featured guests at so many Gülen events would also be the recipients of coordinated political donations by Hizmet members? Certainly some whistleblowers within the organization have spoken openly about being instructed to donate every year to specific congressional and senate campaign races.
How are U.S. citizens meant to understand the true reality of what happened in Turkey leading up the coup if these are the men who purport to hand down interpretation? At the very least, they should do the honorable gesture of declaring their bias before getting into the work of defending their client.
A hearing like this, consisting of such incredibly biased tone aimed at benefiting a single individual, does very little to educate the public on the real issues facing Turkey and the importance of the U.S.-Turkey alliance. In fact, it causes significant damage to relations between the countries. Looking at the outcome of this hearing, one can finally begin to picture the true size and scale of Gülen’s power and influence, even within the U.S. government.
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Hungry is moving to prevent the construction of mosques knowing what Imams at what mosques are responsible for radicalizing Muslim youth. It should be noted that Saudi Arabia is the biggest financier of terrorism and the radicalization of Islam can be placed squarely on the porch of the front door of Saudi Arabia.
Hungarian Faction leader- “In Hungary there will be no mosques”
If A.I. begins to “rule” systems humans develop what kind of a world will earth become? Can A.I. creators keep this technology safe? A.I. technology seems to be a big part of Saudi Arabia’s plans for their $500 billion tech city of Neom. Where does Islam go now inside Saudi Arabia with the construction of this hyper-tech city Neom which will include control of A.I.?
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Muslim pilgrims pray around the holy Kaaba (the square; the cube) at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia
“Good afternoon, my name is Sophia.” “Sophia” is here to help the public come to grips with organic human robotoids. Sophie helps the public come to terms with this advanced technology of which we only have a small glimpse of, even so much that Sophia is given Saudi Arabian “citizenship.” “Okay, I will kill you.” A.I. using personas?
Robot Sophia speaks at Saudi Arabia’s Future Investment Initiative
The planned $500 billion dollar city of Neom may see robots outnumber humans in this new pioneering city Saudi Arabia is labelling as “a new blueprint for sustainable life”, which according to the Saudis, will be powered by renewable energy reducing their dependence on oil. The planned city of Neom will include being serviced by driverless vehicles and provide food using vertical farms.
The city is planned to cover an area of 26,500 square kilometres. It will stretch across the borders of northwest Saudi Arabia well into Jordan and Egypt. Neom is designed to operate as an independent economic trade zone with its own laws with the huge German conglomerate Siemens taking an interest and the world’s biggest private equity firm the Blackstone Group being involved.
Neom is to become the first private business zone to span three countries. Saudi Arabia will expend $500 billion (£382 billion) out of its sovereign wealth fund, into nine key investment sectors in the city: energy and water, mobility, biotech, food, technological (A.I. technology) and digital sciences, advanced manufacturing, media, and entertainment.
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