Turkey

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Group.png Turkey   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Turkey (orthographic projection).svg
Flag of Turkey.svg
Capital cityIstanbul
LocationEurope, Middle East
Leaders• Prime Minister of Turkey
• President of Turkey
Typenation state
Interest ofMorton Abramowitz, Sinan Ülgen
Member ofG-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Energy Agency, NATO, OECD
SubpageTurkey/Ambassador to Azerbaijan
Turkey/Ambassador to Greece
Turkey/Ambassador to Iran
Turkey/Ambassador to Iraq
Turkey/Ambassador to Japan
Turkey/Ambassador to Spain
Turkey/Ambassador to Switzerland
Turkey/Ambassador to Yugoslavia
Turkey/Ambassador to the EU
Turkey/Ambassador to the UK
Turkey/Ambassador to the US
Turkey/Central Bank
Turkey/Deep state
Turkey/Deputy Prime Minister
Turkey/Foreign policy
Turkey/Leader of the Opposition
Turkey/Minister of Culture
Turkey/Minister of Culture and Tourism
Turkey/Minister of Economic Affairs
Turkey/Minister of Energy and Natural Resources
Turkey/Minister of Finance
Turkey/Minister of Foreign Affairs
Turkey/Minister of Interior
Turkey/Minister of Labour Social Services and Family
Turkey/Minister of State for the Economy
Turkey/Permanent Representative to NATO
Turkey/Permanent Representative to the UN
Turkey/Prime Minister
Turkey is a nation state at the south east corner of Europe.

Turkey is a nation state with a geographically important position.

Deep state

Full article: Turkish deep state

Sibel Edmonds states that Operation Gladio was more active in Turkey than in any other European nation state.[1] The 1996 Susurluk car crash dramatically exposed the Turkish deep state and can even be through to be the beginning of the exposure of the concept of the deep state.

Drug trafficking

Full article: Rated 4/5 Illegal drug trade

Sibel Edmonds has stated that Turkey is a key transit and refinement point for opium before it is shipped by deep state controlled planes from Afghanistan.[2] In 1996, Hüseyin Baybaşin claimed that the heroin distribution operations are controlled by former police chief and then-minister Turkish of the interior Mehmet Agar. In 1997 he claimed that Turkish president Suleyman Demirel and Turkish Prime minister Tansu Ciller were also involved.[3]

Sibel Edmonds has stated that when she was working for the FBI, Turkey was one of 4 countries which they were not permitted to monitor under FISA (the others being Belgium, UK and Azerbaijan).[4]

ISIS Oil trafficking

Russia's defense ministry claimed in December 2015 to have proof that Turkey was involved in the Islamic State oil trade.[5]

 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan“The wannbe Sultan of a new Ottoman Reich, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, let his people vote in a referendum about new extensive powers for his office. Yesterday's "yes"/"no" vote was allegedly won by the "yes" side with 51.4% of the votes. This even though the "no" vote won in all major cities. In Turkey the vote in the major cities usually reflects the total. The campaign for the vote was very unfair with all state media and offices pushing for a "yes". Opposition politicians were put to jail or threatened with retribution. Media opposing Erdogan were suppressed or completely closed down.

There is significant reasons to believe that the vote count was fraudulently manipulated. On the day of the vote the election commission, stuffed with Erdogan cronies, suddenly allowed ballots without the official stamp to be counted. According to Turkish election laws each ballot, and each envelope of a postal vote, needs to be officially stamped before voting starts. This is supposed to prevent ballot stuffing with ballots printed outside of the official channels. The election commission has given no reason yet why it thought that such a last minute rule change, in opposition to the law, was necessary or even legal. Use of unstamped ballots was reported out of many election localities in rural areas where the "yes" votes now were the majority. Additionally video was recorded of local election workers stamping ballots after they had been used for voting.

The opposition is protesting and will go to court. But it will likely have little success. Erdogan has removed all judges and other legal personal that could go against him. An amateurish coup attempt against him, which he knew about before it happened, was used by him to clean all public offices of people not aligned with his party and program.

The new powers of the presidency will only come into force after the next election for the presidency. But everyone expects that Erdogan will use them right away. With the issue of the referendum put aside Erdogan is now free to escalate interior and exterior conflicts. We can expect new Turkish operations in Syria as well as in Iraq to be launched soon.

In the 1990s I extensively traveled in Turkey - alone, by local buses and mostly in the east. The country was waking up and in an intellectual and commercial growing phase. During the last years a new wave of conservatism has stopped that move. My friends there report of stagnation.

Turkey does not have the economic and intellectual power to become a new Ottoman Reich. It will fail in new expansive endeavors. But the attempt alone will be destructive for Turkey as well as for the countries around it.

Turkey is no longer a democracy. It is now a one man dictatorship with an expansive and distinct Islamist agenda. To change that will require the removal of Erdogan through some act of force.”
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Wayne Madsen“The Turkish Gray Wolves and the pan-Turkic National Action Party (NAP) made common cause with the neo-cons and their Israeli friends. The Wolves and the NAP considered the peoples of Soviet Central Asia to be "captive Turks." The Turkish right-wing nationalists foresaw a nuclear-armed Turkey extending from Thrace to the central Asian steppes.”Wayne Madsen28 May 2007

 

Ambassadors to Turkey

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Turkey
France/Ambassador to Turkey
UK/Ambassador to Turkey1925
US/Ambassador to Turkey1831

 

Events

EventDescription
2016 Istanbul airport attack
Bilderberg/1959
Bilderberg/1975
Bilderberg/2007
Ergenekon trials
Ergenekon/Investigations
Le Cercle/1998 (Istanbul)Other dates uncertain
Operation Cage Action Plan
Susurluk car crashA seminal but still rather poorly understood deep event. It led to the coining of the phrase "deep state", and by extension "deep politics" and "deep politician".

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Academics For Peace
Ergenekon
Global Relations Forum
Kadıköy Maarif College
Robert College
Turkey/Central Bank
Turkey/Deep state'Derin devlet' is a deep state network based in Turkey. Repeated indiscretions resulted in its partial exposure, leading to the English phrase 'deep state' to refer to the phenomenon of a 'state-within-a-state or 'shadow government'.
Turkish Industry and Business Association
Özyeğin University

 

Citizens of Turkey on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Semih Akbil
Gündüz Aktan7 August 194119 November 2008Single Bilderberger Turkish diplomat
Yildirim Akturk1941
Mustafa Akyol1972
Ali Hikmet Alp5 December 1932
Fuat Alpkartal1902April 1978
Ertuğrul Apakan1947
Tekin Ariburun3 October 190313 October 1993
Senem Aydın-DüzgitSingle Bilderberger academic
Aslı Aydıntaşbaş24 February 1973
Mehmet Ağar30 October 1951Turkish politician who escaped the Susurluk car crash after being forewarned. Reportedly in charge of heroin trafficking through Turkey. Arrested and served time in jail. Released in 2013
Mehmet Ali Ağca9 January 1958
Ali Babacan4 April 19678 times Bilderberg visitor, Turkish politician
Egemen Bagiş23 April 1970
Galip Balkar193611 March 1983Assassinated by Armenians while Turkish Ambassador to Yugoslavia
Evren BaltaTurkish Bilderberger academic
Mehmet Bayar
Uğur Bayar
Deniz Baykal20 July 1938
İlker Başbuğ29 April 1943
Erdem Başçı1966
Burhan Belge1 February 189912 January 1967
Enis Berberoğlu1 April 1956
Selahattin Beyazit1931Turkish Bilderberg Steering committee
Dinc Bilgin
Mehmet Ali Birand9 December 194117 January 2013Turkish journalist
Nuri Birgi1907198623 Bilderbergs, Turkish Permanent Representative to NATO
Cem Boyner3 September 1955
Ümit N. Boyner28 September 1963
Ali Bozer28 July 1925
Sedat Bucak31 October 1960Survived the 1996 Susurluk car crash.
Selin Sayek Böke24 August 1972
Ihsan Sabri Caglayangil190830 December 1993
Yavus Canevi
Huseyin Celem28 September 1937
Ismail Cem15 February 194024 January 2007
Hasan Cemal1944
Ahmet Ünal Ceviköz6 November 1952Former Turkish ambassador to the UK. He attended the Bilderberg for the first time in 2019.
Süreyya Ciliv1958
Nuri Colakoglu
Canan Dagdeviren
Selva DemiralpBilderberg economist
Süleyman Demirel1 November 192417 June 2015Turkish PM
Kemal Derviş10 January 1949UNDP administrator, 4 times Bilderberger, Brookings
Vecdi Diker190813 July 1997Little known Turkish engineer. Early Bilderberg guest
Hrant Dink15 September 1954January 2007
Haluk Dinçer1962
Suzan Sabancı Dinçer1965Double Bilderberger Turkish businesswoman
Tayyibe Gülek Domac1968
İhsan Doğramacı3 April 191525 February 2010
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Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Speech by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on 20 August 2017 to the Syrian Diplomatic CorpsSpeech31 August 2017Bashar al AssadThe US President is not the maker of policies, but the executor. Therefore, the “Deep State” in the United States does not govern in partnership with the President, but leaves him a small margin.
Document:The ‘Stolen Province’: Why Turkey Was Given A Corner Of Syria By France 80 Years AgoArticle29 February 2020Under the Treaty of Lausanne, Hatay Province was part of the French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon but just before the Second World War broke out, Paris suddenly decided to hold a referendum and Hatay voted to become part of Turkey.
Document:Turkey ambushed Su24 using information supplied by USreport27 November 2015Ministry of Defence of the Russian FederationCommander-in-Chief of the Russian Aerospace Forces, General Bondarev, presents facts of the attack on the Russian Su-24M aircraft carried out by Turkish F-16 fighters in the sky over Syria on 24 November 2015


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