Failed coup in Turkey: A LIHOP conspiracy?

Editor’s Note:

While we appreciate Kevin’s insight and explanation of Turkish internal politics, we feel that he has missed the point on this issue for two main reasons:

Firstly, this ‘coup’ can only be assessed as part of a much wider geopolitical game that encompasses the entire Middle East, the European Union, NATO, the USA, Russia and of course, the Islamic State. Yes, the Erdogan-Gulen split is part of the narrative, but by focusing on it to the degree he does, Kevin has failed to take into account a whole host of other, more significant factors such as the Erdogan-Putin relationship, the Brexit vote, the deal with Merkel to take back the ‘migrants’, the Turkey-EU VISA deal, the progress of the wars in Syria and Iraq against ISIS, the US election and quite a few more. Yes, Erdogan has used this ‘coup’ to round up the remaining opposition in the judiciary and military, but that is not the whole story at all, it is just one small part of a far greater narrative. Maybe the old analogy about wood and trees would be apropos?

Secondly, Perhaps we need to politely remind Kevin that Erdogan, along with his financial backers and allies in Israel, the USA, Qatar and Saudi Arabia is responsible for the creation of IS and the subsequent years of conflict in Syria and Iraq. This alone is enough to justifiably designate him as an evil, inhuman creature with the blood of millions of Kurds, Syrian and Iraqis on his hands, most of them Muslims I might point out; I am no Islamic scholar, but I am pretty sure that Islam, just like Christianity, frowns very severely on such murderous and genocidal activities.

Time and again, VT has documented the crimes of Erdogan such as the thousands upon thousands of tanker trucks carrying stolen oil in an almost endless convoy into Turkey where the Erdogan family makes immense profits from selling it on the open market – this is a mafia family fencing stolen goods on a scale not seen since the looting of Germany in 1945. Gordon Duff helped draft the legal claim against Turkey for the theft of no less than 38 industrial plants from the Aleppo area of Syria, including an entire Renault car factory – all carted away by the Turks to line Erdogan’s pockets. This wholescale looting and war profiteering would be more than enough to secure a very long stay in a very small room with no windows should Erdogan ever find himself in front of an International court, but it is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to evil deeds by this most reprehensible man; he bears responsibility for over 5 years of a brutal, cruel and inhuman war against the Syrian people, a war that has killed untold hundreds of thousands, made millions refugees outside their own nation and traumatised an entire generation of the Syrian people so deeply that it will take several more generations to recover.

It is not just logistic support for ISIS and profiteering from their misdeeds that can be pinned on Erdogan, it is direct command and control of ISIS for the simple reason that the members of ISIS that are doing the fighting and killing are nothing more than the Turkish army dressed up in dish-dash and sporting newly grown beards. It is the Turkish army that invaded northern Syria, seized the city of Aleppo and plunged the Syrian people into years of hell and Erdogan bears full and direct responsibility for all of it, he may have been financed and backed by others, but he is the one at the nexus of events, the driving force, the head of the IS snake that should have been cut off long ago before it could do so much damage. Erdogan may have survived this ‘coup’ and even strengthened his position as a result, but he shouldn’t get too comfortable on his dictator’s throne, one day his backers will turn on him just as they did with their prior puppets Hitler and Saddam and when that happens, we at VT will no shed a single tear, we might even allow ourselves a wry smile.

On final point, and we feel it is an important one; the Caliphate that Kevin talks about reminds us of the Oded Yinon plan to create a Greater Israel, which should be taken as indicating that the same unseen hands are behind both agendas. I have pointed out previously that the desire of Turkey to recreate the Ottoman Empire directly overlaps the desire of Israel to create Eretz (Greater) Israel; we feel this is no coincidence, rather it means that they are the same plan under two different names with the obvious implication that both Turkey and Israel are under the control of the international Zionist crime cabal which is the original author of this plan. – Ian Greenhalgh

Empires

Whether you call it the Ottoman Empire or Greater Israel, it amounts to the same thing – destruction of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon and their replacement by a Zionist-controlled state stretching from the shores of the Mediterranean to the banks of the Euphrates. -I.G.  – Author’s note: I did not choose this graphic to illustrate my article. The Caliphate represented by the Ottoman Empire was the last legitimate government in this region. It was destroyed by hostile invaders, the Rothschild-run British, in cahoots with Wahhabi fanatics led by TE Lawrence. A restored Caliphate, which would restore legitimate government, should be achieved by voluntary federal union of Muslim-majority countries. Obviously “Israel,” consisting of even more hostile, genocidal invaders, has no place in the region. -KB


By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

News of the bombing of the  Turkish capital building in Ankara – part of yesterday’s failed coup attempt – brought back memories.

Five years ago, I had lunch in that same Turkish capital building with a leading parliamentarian (a supporter of Erdogan) and the Turkish equivalent of FBI Deputy Director.

A few years before that, I had been witch-hunted out of the University of Wisconsin by politicians for daring to question the official myth of 9/11. And you can bet I wasn’t being invited to lunch by any American congress-critters, much less the Deputy Director of the FBI.

As a 9/11 truth scholar, I was front page news in Turkey

As a 9/11 truth scholar, I was front page news in Turkey

But in Turkey, I was treated like visiting royalty. My fellow American guests and I were escorted into the magnificent Turkish capital building through a VIP entrance. The security guards were ordered to stand down. Over lunch, I discussed the 9/11 inside job with high Turkish officials including the aforementioned parliamentarian and National Police Director. The latter explained how he had helped defeat Turkey’s 9/11: The Ergenekon/Sledgehammer coup plots dating back to 2003.

Historical background: Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party – representing the majority of Turks who reject the Donmeh Jew pedophile Attaturk’s legacy of brutally authoritarian “forced secularism” and cultural genocide, including the abolition of the Turkish written language – came to power in 2002. The triumph of the moderate democratic-Islamic JDP terrified the kemalist (Attaturk-worshipping fascist) forces, who conspired with the US neocon-Zionist 9/11 plotters to stage a 9/11-style event in Turkey to overthrow Erdogan.

That coup attempt, like the one yesterday, failed. And it may have failed for the same reason.

Over lunch, the head of the Turkish National Police explained to me how he and his colleagues had foiled the Ergenekon/Sledgehammer coup attempts and jailed hundreds of the nation’s top military and intelligence leaders and their assets in business and especially media.  (That’s what should have happened in the US after 9/11…or better yet, BEFORE 9/11.)

The National Police Director explained that his agency had built a better intelligence network than the military’s. It was spy vs. spy – everybody was wiretapping everybody – but the National Police prevailed, partly thanks to spy equipment they obtained from Europe. (They also have a bigger and better “human resources network” because they – unlike the kemalists – represent the majority of the population.)

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Since 2003, and especially during the past five years, some of the National Police who support Islam and democracy have been deceived and co-opted by Fetullah Gulen’s CIA-Mossad-backed organization. So in the latest round of Turkish spy-vs.-spy, the loyalist National Police had to deal not only with the kemalists in the military, but also with traitors within their own ranks.

So here’s my LIHOP (Let It Happen On Purpose) conspiracy theory concerning the latest coup attempt. My guess is that forces loyal to Erdogan, Islam and democracy (not necessarily in that order) were on top of the coup plot long before it came to fruition.

Rather than trying to roll up the plotters in advance, and subsequently being accused of “human rights violations” and “crushing all anti-Erdogan dissent” by the West, the loyalist forces laid low and concealed their advance knowledge. That way, when the coup attempt went public, the anti-coup forces were in a position to prevent it from succeeding — then rally popular support for Erdogan and the larger democratic-Islamic project, and utterly annihilate the pro-coup forces to make sure nothing like this ever happens again.

I hope they succeed.

Unlike some of my VT colleagues, I’m cheering for the anti-coup forces in Turkey…even if they engaged in a little bit of LIHOP conspiring along the way.

Sure, Erdogan is no saint. He has made some terrible mistakes, including joining the Zionist West’s destabilization of Syria, cracking down ham-fistedly on Kurdish separatists, and selling out the people of Gaza by refusing to send the Turkish Navy to end the illegal Israeli blockade, as he promised after the Mavi Marmara incident.

But the alternatives to Erdogan are even worse. The treasonous pro-coup forces in the army are led by donmeh pedophiles and deep state drug lords. And Fetullah Gulen, Erdogan’s pseudo-Islamic opposition, is a creature of that same deep state, and a tool of CIA-Mossad.

You can bet that neither the kemalists nor Gulen, nor the combination of the two that would have governed Turkey had the coup succeeded, would have tried to liberate Gaza, either. On the contrary, both are vastly more pro-Zionist than Erdogan.

The Turkish people were not fooled. Like the Venezuelans who stopped the anti-Hugo-Chavez coup, the Turks laid their bodies on the line to save their country’s democracy.

Gilad Atzmon makes a valid point in his recent pro-Erdogan, anti-coup diatribe:

Military Coup Defeated By The People

Gilad asks:

Is it possible that the masses who yesterday saved Turkey see their government  and their president as a continuation of their true selves?  Maybe  Erdogan personifies their Ottoman heritage and helps liberate the Turks from the pseudo western identity imposed on them by (some insist Jewish) Kamal Ataturk a century ago. Is it possible that Erdogan allowed the Turks to return to their status as a proud nation? Turkey has transformed from a source of cheap labour at the outskirts of Europe into a regional superpower.”

Erdogan is regularly assailed for wanting to be a “caliph” by people who have no real knowledge of modern Turkish and Islamic history. The people of today’s Turkey, and the rest of the world’s 1.8 billion Muslims, were not consulted when the Zionist West crushed the Ottoman Empire and, using their donmeh pedophile tool Attaturk, abolished the Caliphate – an institution absolutely central to Sunni Islam. (Sunni Muslims view the destruction of the Caliphate by the enemies of Islam in about the same way Catholics would view the destruction of the Papacy and the Church of Rome by enemies of Christianity.)

Polls show that about two-thirds of today’s Muslims—meaning more than a billion people — want to restore the caliphate. Turkey’s ruling party is part of a larger Islamic movement that wants to do so gradually, moderately, and democratically, but is timid about saying so openly for fear of antagonizing Islam’s powerful enemies. Most of the global Muslim Brotherhood is also on board with that program. (The MB officially renounced violence in the 1970s, though it – correctly – supports the right of resistance against occupation; the recent catastrophe in Syria is an exceptional case due to the Syrian MB having suffered decades of persecution leading to radicalization. And don’t get me started about the moronic anti-MB conspiracy theories injected into the stupid sector of the alternative media by the usual suspects.)

Machievellian Western/Zionist leaders are worried about Turkey becoming ever-more powerful, prosperous, and Islamic. Their ultimate nightmare is a restored caliphate uniting contiguous Sunni-majority Muslim countries that would control most of the world’s best energy reserves, and use that control to create a new commodity-backed currency, an oil-backed gold dinar and silver dirham that would quickly become the world’s de facto reserve currency. (Look what they did to Qaddafi for taking a baby step in that direction.)

The Zionist-NATO Empire lured Erdogan into Syria for the same reason they lured Russia into Afghanistan in 1980: To “give them their own Vietnam.” The destruction of Syria was engineered not just to crush Israel’s Arab opposition and its Iranian allies, but also to hobble Turkey in order to pre-empt its rise as a democratic-Islamic superpower leading the way toward a restored Caliphate.

In the short term, the NATO-Zionist plot to destroy Syria and destabilize Turkey has been successful. But the long-term historical trend runs in the other direction. As the EU and NATO fall apart, and the West declines precipitously from its present position of global economic-technological-political-military domination, the rise of a unified Islamic world is an historical inevitability.

Why is that?

Muslims are united by a common language, Arabic, which every Muslim MUST learn. (The Qur’an does not exist in any other language; there is no such thing as a translation of the Qur’an, just wildly-inadequate interpretations.)

Muslims are united by a common culture: What Marshall Hodgson called “Islamicate” culture. (It includes many non-Muslims as well.)

Muslims are united by a common currency: The gold dinar and silver dirham, the only acceptable currency for zakaat, one of the five pillars of Islam.

Muslims are united by a common loathing for riba (usury), the basis of today’s economy, and given half a chance will crush the international banking cabal and put it permanently out of business.

Muslims are united by agreement that achieving the political unity of the Islamic world is a religious duty. This is where Sunni and Shia Muslims differ slightly – which is why the Zionist-NATO empire is doing everything it can to take the very slight Sunni-Shia differences that actually exist and drive wedges into them in order to annihilate the House of Islam.

So the anti-Erdogan project in Turkey is actually a small part of a much larger anti-Islam project. The people who have tried to destroy Islamic democracy in Turkey through the Syria trap, and yesterday through the failed coup, are the same people who staged 9/11 to launch the War on Islam (disguised as a “war on terror”), and who created “ISIS” (Israeli Secret Intelligence Service) as a propaganda weapon against Muslims’ legitimate effort to restore their political unity.

And I think we all know who those people are: The banksters who rule the world through their Zionist-NATO empire, and who will be thrown into the proverbial trash can of history as Islam rises to regain its rightful place at the center of global civilization.

 

 

 

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22 Responses to "Failed coup in Turkey: A LIHOP conspiracy?"

  1. El Clandestino  July 20, 2016 at 6:57 am

    Great article. VT is ignoring how Kurds were treated before the democratically elected AKP came to power. VT also ignores that the vast majority of Kurds, like most Turks, support the AKP and Erdogan, except a small minority of Israel backed Bolshevik terrorists.
    VT is blatantly lying, by creating another holocaust myth, that Erdogan is responsible for the genocide of millions of Kurds.
    Erdogan had no choice, but to play his cards in order to ensure that Turkey doesn’t end up like Egypt or Libya.
    It’s not surprising that this coup attempt comes at a time when Turkey is trying to mend their relationship with Russia.

  2. Trakkath  July 17, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    And don´t forget the former Khazarian Empire which fits in most of the region now under war, who had sworn eternal revenge against those who destroyed it.

  3. Zaguero  July 17, 2016 at 9:55 am

    Whoa. Now I’m totally confoozled, with *no* idea what to think. As always, much respect to Kevin, even if I’m not sure I agree with his conclusions.

    It’s been said many, many times before, but the more I learn the more I realise how ignorant I truly am.

  4. methuselah  July 17, 2016 at 3:01 am

    an earlier comment about america civilizing christians
    required pen knives
    kevin, please, some decorum is in order.
    this place should be a respite from nudity

  5. Nine  July 16, 2016 at 10:32 pm

    Dr, Barret,

    I love your work on 9/11 and your demonstrated courage standing up to those Wisconsin fascists in Madison.

    Could you explain to me the concept of the Caliphate and its meaning as an American citizen.

    A Caliphate and a free society that is secular seem to me to be at odds of course I could be wrong about your “moderate” Islam…

    I was born and raised a Catholic and my mum is one hundred and two.

    Mum is a liberal American and always casts her vote for the dems and of course her views from abortion to Gay rights to birth control and unions are modern and moderate and of course the church for her is just a suggestion.

    She is an American and so live and let live for a peaceful society.

    My dad was a fine German Lutheran who loved Thomas Jefferson in fact did you know that Jefferson edited God’s Word?

    He did. He really did do it.

    You see with a pen knife he simply cut out all the old testament fairy tails and new testament miracles and other nonsense and his bible was short and sweet with the teachings of Jesus in the forefront.

    America moderated Christianity and so must it do the same for Islam.

    Of course I could be wrong…

    Ah to blame those Jews…I am listening to the four seasons played by Perelman right now…

    To have peace?

    What is wrong with that…

    much love to you in peace

    Nine

    • Kevin Barrett  July 17, 2016 at 5:43 pm

      I am obviously not calling for the USA, or any non-Muslim-majority country, to be part of a caliphate. I am insisting on the right to self-determination for everyone on earth. That means that the majority of Sunni Muslims in Muslim-majority countries who want a caliphate (preferably a modern and enlightened one) have that right – and any decent person, whatever their religion or worldview, should support and contribute to that project to the extent that they can.

      Islam has a history of protecting diverse religious communities – the exact opposite of the West’s “one size fits all” state, whether the old Christian one, or the new Zio-Satanist NWO.

  6. Preston James, Ph.D  July 16, 2016 at 8:53 pm

    A good article with many excellent points and yes it is a complex mess there. I disagree on Dr. Barrett’s take on Erdogen. Erdogen has classically been a NATO and Israeli patsy, drank the Likudist Koolaide and was completely mind-kontrolled to suffer from the delusion he was to be the new Sultan and restore and expand the Ottoman Empire.

    He is being played like an electronic organ keyboard by the Likudists who want to weaken Turkey and prevent it from being part of a new trading coalition with Russia, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and maybe Pakistan and India too, who are now getting friendlier by the day, despite the prior conflicts over Kasmir.

    Erdogen is a total scumbag, Zio whore and mass-murderer. He was responsible for supporting ISIS, allowing the NATO airbase in Turkey to be used to covertly supply ISIS and was responsible for thousands of dead Syria soldiers and innocent civilians and thousands of Kurds.

    Erdogen got played and dumbed-down too. He destroyed the Turkish economy which was largely based on tourists from Russia and Europe.

    • Kevin Barrett  July 16, 2016 at 9:31 pm

      You’re entitled to your own opinions, but not to your own facts. You say: “He destroyed the Turkish economy which was largely based on tourists from Russia and Europe.” Actually Turkish economic growth since Erdogan came in in 2003 has been by far the strongest in Turkish history and, if I’m not mistaken, the strongest of any country in the world. Turkish GDP growth was double-digit right up through a couple of years ago, when it cooled to “only” six or seven percent, which is still far higher than almost any other country. And far from being tourism-based, Turkish growth has been based on mainly on manufacturing, plus a huge boost from incre1ased agricultural productivity. Much of the southwestern region I traveled through on my month-long speaking tour in 2011 is covered by greenhouses. Tourism, like raw materials export, is for losers. During Erdogan’s tenure, Turkey has been a huge economic winner.

    • kdk  July 16, 2016 at 10:06 pm

      I think I can safely say I’ve had my run-ins with the BIG Banking R’s, with implants and the crazy shit they do (may God spare me from having to endure any more days with the psychopaths/CIA psi-goons in my head). I think we could all agree that Orwell was prescient in his warnings of the world we could find ourselves in. Goldstein was the final boogeyman in those writings.

      The behavior of Erdogan shows exactly where he stands when it comes to humanity and common decency for anybody who has the gumption to look. It is clear where ISIS goes to sell its oil, where ISIS recruiters meet their brainwashed recruits from the west, and from where they get safe haven to go on to Syria to participate in the cold blooded butchering of innocent people. It takes organized complicity to pull that off. He isn’t a sucker in much of anything, but just another psychopath to play whoever he dares to get whatever he wants. Apparently, his support is waning in Europe, and that is something to consider. The world would have been much better served with a temporary tribunal while the above mentioned crimes were iterated and for which evidence was given (as well as many other humanitarian crimes which will always bother me which my own government has helped and enabled across the world), and time for fresh elections.

    • kdk  July 16, 2016 at 10:37 pm

      W/o intervention, Erdogan will continue his media consolidation and ethnic, political, and social cleansing until all of Turkey is his in every way. He has learned a lot from the west, from whom he has enjoyed support, like so many other dictators, to get power in return for cooperation. He is the more narcissistic sort who will challenge what little decency the western powers have, and God save whoever is on the end of the nukes if he commandeers them.

    • Trakkath  July 17, 2016 at 1:58 pm

      Economic growth by looting and stealing other countries (Syria´s, Iraq´s )goods ? What a joke, Mr. Barrett. Ali Baba and his 40 robbers are economic growth…

  7. kdk  July 16, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    So, Kevin, do you think there will be more people tortured and killed now, or fewer?

  8. Alexchubb8  July 16, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    Well this was certainly a healing article for me, and I hope you are 100% correct on this. Without the presence of up to date, close up intelligence I think this is the best take. While I believe that all religions are distorted truth from a hierarchy of negative spiritual entities, this really makes me think, hey the world ain’t so bad after all! I hope the Muslim people do find a way to realize the wedges being placed between them and do come together and get a super awesome Caliph. If Erdogan’s recent apologies to his real allies, true friends, and neighbors to the north and south are sincere then we are looking at the beginning of, or at least another marker for, some great things in the future!

  9. Beydety  July 16, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    So what this criminal did to Syria is Okay just because he’s a Muslim.
    Enough with your pro Islam reporting, it’s become nauseating.

    • Kevin Barrett  July 17, 2016 at 5:45 pm

      ISIS is the creation of the US, not Turkey. Al-Baghdadi and ISIS was created by US military people, or possiblly their Israeli controllers, at Camp Bucca, then trained at CIA bases in Jordan. The whole Syria escapade was forced on Turkey by the Zio-run USA.

      The dominant approach to Islam in Turkey is extremely liberal and pro-democracy. They’re not wahhabis. Erdogan would use any available militia to attack Assad and the Kurdish separatists, he has no religious affinity for ISIS, any more than the Zio-USA, which created ISIS, does.

    • Worker Bee  July 17, 2016 at 9:36 pm

      “So what this criminal did to Syria is Okay just because he’s a Muslim.” – Beydety

      First we need to determine if Erdoğan is Muslim or Dönmeh – being the latter would explain a lot.

  10. Codoh  July 16, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Mr, Barrett, the new ‘Shrimpton’ or shall I say ‘Shrimp’ of VT. What I do support wholeheartedly is u having your oppinion openly stated here, and I hope it stays that way.

    • gogh  July 17, 2016 at 9:02 am

      Mr. Barrett is an intellectual with an opinion based on a certain amount of reasoning. Certainly an opinion I do not share. He has no opinion with a hidden agenda. And knows Erdogan is just an another player. He comes out with it in the open whether you can agree with it or not. But… the interesting thing is that Gordon Duff will dispute K. Barret openly. But will openly and structurally defend Michael Shrimpton. Who can only blurt out banalities about krauts and frogs as a the basis for a nuke in London. Which VT accepts. Now what does that tell you about the agenda of VT?

  11. Pyotr  July 16, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    An earnest article Mr Barrett. Yet the facts are confined to the politics without proper mention of the disgraceful theft of Syria assets undertaken by Turkey on an industrial scale. Too the loss of life inflicted on Turkeys neighbours by its actions is hardly conducive to the creation of a Caliphate. Your arguments certainly have some merit, but President Erdogan led his country along this path and must take responsibility for what he has done. I suspect the Russian leaders will expect a commitment to reverse Turkeys policy vis a vis Syria/Iran/Hezbollah.

  12. Trakkath  July 16, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    And in the meantime what happens in Syria and those ISIS ? Everytime they focus us on a new event even if we come near the truth behind it, even bigger than the event before.

  13. Edward Dodge  July 16, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Well, that certainly is a different take. So, I guess you’re not buying that the “coup” was actually staged by those loyal to Erdogan rather than a genuine LIHOP, as a predetermined consequential way to consolidate absolute power. What about that $3 billion extortion from Germany to Erdogan, concerning the refugees in Turkey, or stealing entire factories out of Syria, as well as Erdogan’s son selling stolen Syrian oil on the black market? And, if he’s as easily duped by the Zio West as you note, is he really the man to restore the “caliphate”?

    • Kevin Barrett  July 16, 2016 at 7:25 pm

      During the past half century there have been a long series of coups by the Kemalists in the Turkish military against democratic/Islamic forces (the same thing, since the majority is pro-Islamic). It is the Kemalists who formerly had absolute power. Now they have had to share more and more of it with the Turkish people, and they don’t like it. As for the “extortion” of Germany, it is the West that created the refugee crisis by destroying the Middle East for Israel, and it should be paying trillions, not billions. Erdogan’s Turkey bravely stood up against the Iraq invasion, and deserves at least 10 trillion for that alone. As for your last points, I agree – the Turkish contribution to the war on Syria has been disastrous and evil, and Erdogan is a “player” not a saint.

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