In Turkey, in September 2010, Hanefi Avcı, a former police chief, was arrested due to his links to a 2009 act of terrorism in Istanbul. (Avcı wiretap records raise questions about shadowy links )
Found in Avci's home were audio clips of phone conversations featuring former Turkish intelligence asset Tuncay Güney, mafia boss Sedat Peker, drug lord Drej Ali, famous transsexual Seyhan Soylu (also known as Sisi) and retired General Veli Küçük.
All these people are believed to have close links to Ergenekon, the terror organisation which has been linked to the CIA, NATO and Mossad. (KILLING KIDS ON A FIELD TRIP; ERGENEKON AND 9 11)
Note that the bad guys appear to have links to drugs, the mafia, the media and NATO generals.Transsexual Sisi, allegedly involved in a plot to undermine top people. In 1996 Müslüm Gündüz, leader of a Moslem sect, was arrested by police in an İstanbul house where he was found in bed with a 22-year-old female student, Fadime Şahin. Ümit Oğuztan, an author of pornographic books and former editor-in-chief of the Strategy monthly, famous transsexual Seyhan Soylu (known as Sisi) and Police Chief Ümit Bavbek secretly met at the office of the Strategy magazine to write the “script” and talk about its details. Şahin, working as a call girl at an entertainment facility, was hired for a large sum of money. Sisi and Oğuztan coached Şahin in her new role, according to the witness, and introduced her into Muslum Gunduz's sect. (Witness: Ergenekon involved in Feb. 28)
Things are hotting up in Turkey.
Reportedly the CIA, NATO and Mossad want to break Turkey up.
On 31 October 2010, Istanbul was rocked by a bomb
On 27 October 2010, Police in Turkey arrested 12 people 'suspected of links to al-Qaeda'. (Turkey seizes al-Qaeda suspects)
On 26 October 2010 we learnt that Turkey's intelligence establishment has severed working ties with Israel's Mossad. (Turkey's intel severs ties with Mossad)
Turkey has also "conditioned its consent to stationing a NATO missile-defense system in its territory on a guarantee no information collected by the system be transferred to Israel."
Gaza Convoy attacked on 31 May 2010
On 31 May 2010, there was a rocket attack on a naval base, in İskenderun, in Turkey; seven people were killed.
On the same day, 31 May 2010, Israeli soldiers killed a number of Turks on the Gaza aid convoy.
There is a renewed suspicion of Israel's role in the İskenderun attack
Reportedly, the CIA, Mossad and elements of the Turkish military want to topple Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan, because he is not sufficiently pro-Israel and pro-USA. Erdogan is a moderate, but he has criticised Israel.
Mossad has been active in Turkey.
According to a report in The Jerusalem Post, intelligence cooperation between the Mossad and the Turkish security service, MIT, "was enshrined in a 12-clause agreement that was signed during a 1993 visit to Israel by then-Turkish foreign minister Hikmat Chetin".
Soon after, according to the London-based newsletter Foreign Report, a large Mossad operation was established in Turkey, with Mossad agents based in both Istanbul and Ankara. (http://www.hr-action.org/archive1/990225tjp1.html)
On 15 November 2003, in Istanbul, there were bomb attacks attacks on the HSBC bank in the and on the British Consulate. (http://globalresearch.ca/articles/ANA311A.html)
The British Consul General Roger Short, was killed by the bomb as he was entering the consulate building. Press reports confirmed that he had cancelled an appointment at the last minute and "if he had gone to his appointment, he would have been alive"
"A Turkish daily close to the ruling justice and development party quoted Turkish intelligence sources as saying that the Mossad had established the organization that launched the two attacks on 15th November, 2003." (Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad)
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The CIA and NATO have been active in Turkey.
The CIA-NATO has had a 'stay behind' secret army in Turkey, of the sort associated with Operation Gladio in Italy.
This secret army in Turkey has used members of the fascist National Action Party and its youth wing, the Gray Wolves.
This secret army has gone in for "the type of right-wing terror program and destabilization effort" that was seen in Italy. (http://www.spitfirelist.com/f059.html)
On 19 July 2010, there was an attack "by the Kurdish PKK" in Hantepe in Turkey; a number of soldiers were killed.
It has been alleged that top people in the military did nothing to prevent the attack despite earlier being notified about the approaching terrorists by Heron unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Some of the top people in the Turkish military reportedly do the work of the CIA and its friends.(Slain soldiers' families frustrated, angry over military statement)
Louai Sakka, a Syrian, was interrogated by the authorities in Turkey.
By his own account, Sakka "is a senior Al-Qaeda operative who... helped train the 9/11 bombers.
"He has been jailed in connection with the bombing of the British consulate in Istanbul." - London Times
Louai al Sakka is also known as Sakra and Saqa
Sakka worked for the CIA?
Ercan Gun, on 15 August 2005 at zaman.com (Alleged Trainer Of 9/11 Hijackers a CIA Informant) reported that Sakka was caught by the Turkish authorities and then interrogated.
As a result, according to Ercan Gun, Turkish intelligence specialists now believe:
1. Al-Qaeda is the name of a secret service operation.
2. Al Qaeda is linked to the CIA-NATO's 'strategy of tension'. (Operation Gladio ; Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad)
3. Sakka, the fifth most senior man in al-Qaeda, was offered employment by the CIA.
The CIA gave him a large sum of money.
The CIA claimed it eventually lost contact with him.
The Turkish security service MIT captured Sakka in Turkey.
Turkey's military, whose wiretapping equipment is reportedly used by Israel to spy on Turks. Website for this image
In 1974 there were rumours of Israeli aid to the Turkish military in its invasion of Cyprus. (The Ostrovsky Files.)
Reportedly, the Turkish military has been involved in 9 11 type false flag activities.
A 2003 Turkish military plot, codenamed "Sledgehammer", was to involve bombing two Istanbul mosques and forcing Greek jets to down a Turkish plane over the Aegean Sea.
The idea was to cause chaos and topple the Turkish government, which was not sufficiently friendly towards the USA and Israel. (Turkey coup plot)
Will Israel keep or lose its influence in Turkey?
The Turkish government (the moderate Moslem AKP party) has criticised Israel and has opposed an attack on Iran.
The Turkish military, said to contain crypto-Jews ('Moslems' of jewish origin), has had close ties to Israel.
'Israel uses wiretapping equipment it sold to Turkey on Turkish citizens'
According to Turkey's pro-government newspaper Taraf, the Turkish army's deputy chief of staff, Aslan Guner, bought wiretapping equipment in Israel in 2007.
Reportedly, Israel uses this equipment to listen in to the cell phone conversations of Turkish citizens.
Israel supplies the Turkish military with aerial drones and electronics.
The Turkish (AKP) government has accused Israel of being behind PKK (Kurdish) terrorist attacks. (aangirfan: ISRAEL LINKED TO TERRORIST ATTACKS IN TURKEY)
In 1980 there was a military coup in Turkey.
650,000 people were taken into custody.
Almost everyone was severely tortured.
According to official numbers 171 people died from torture.
A total of 49 people were executed. (coup plotters could and should be sent to jail! by ORHAN KEMAL CENGİZ)
The bad guys are still powerful.
A Turkish court has annulled the arrest warrants in the 'coup plot'
1971 Turkish coup d'état
1980 Turkish coup d'état
1997 military memorandum (Turkey)
KILLING KIDS ON A FIELD TRIP; ERGENEKON AND 9 11
aangirfan: Istanbul Bombs