Adnan Oktar’s vision of a Turkish-led Islamic Union…a closely connected MB operative in Turkey…he is Allah-bent on helping to install Erdogan as Caliph!
THIS blogger has never laid claim to being a “prophet”. Such an assertion would be patently outlandish, especially for someone whose feet are firmly planted in reality. Grounded…regardless of the costs.
YES, there is great value in collaborating with professionals whose expertise is second to none. Therefore, more often than not, this site’s geo-political strategic prognostications are spot on. Besides, hardly a solo operation. In addition, related interviews have proven to be a foreshadowing.
BUT before we dissect said forecasts, the reality is that PM Erodgan is now President Erdogan, moving him one step closer to his goal – Islam’s Caliph. Moreover, below, we shall see how his BFF, Barack HUSSEIN Obama, has stealthily cheered him on, as any committed Islamist is wont to do.
SIGNIFICANTLY, as reported this week, yet foretold by this blogger in an excerpted interview (10/2013) below :
By playing to the country’s rapidly rising Islamist lower and peasant classes, Erdogan has effectively eliminated legal and social restrictions on public Islamic expression. He is widely popular with his Islamist, anti-Western, and viscerally anti-Israeli voter base, who credits him with being able to combine Islamism and economic populism.
Erdogan’s campaign theme was “Allah is Enough for Us, Turkey is Enough for Us.”
Turkey’s foreign policy under Erdogan’s stewardship has veered wildly off its traditional pro-Western course. Turkey, the central NATO member state and longtime strategic ally of the United States, has turned its gaze and attention markedly eastward. Erdogan has tried to showcase his mix of Islamism and populism as a kind of model to the Muslim and Arab worlds. Turkey was an early and aggressive supporter of Egypt’s ousted hardcore Muslim Brotherhood and continues to be the world’s biggest state supporter of the Hamas terrorist movement.
Erdogan’s biggest foreign policy failure appears clearly to have been his decision to back Syrian rebels fighting to oust longtime tyrant President Bashar al-Assad. Many in Istanbul, Ankara, and across the region are blaming Turkey, perhaps even more than the United States itself, for the emergence of the terrorist ISIS army that now controls roughly 70,000 square miles of Middle East real estate.
It was Turkey’s open border policies, these people say, that allowed or even encouraged ISIS to proliferate by using Turkey as a safe haven to move arms, men, and material into and out of Syria.
THUS, as Turkey causes chaos all over the region (Sunni & Shia related), the fact of the matter is that the MAIN winners in this power struggle are the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, of which ISIS and Al Qaeda sprung from. At the end of this Islamic struggle for hegemony (history repeats…ongoing for centuries), they will, one way or another, owe their Brotherhood paymasters, even though ISIS’s terror leader has (prematurely) declared himself Caliph! As is said, the (Turkish) fix is in, and this is one reason why the wanna-be Caliph’s aspiration will be short-lived. An upstart…
Al-Baghdadi speaking during Friday prayers at Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul on July 4, 2014
ALL is not as it seems.
IN essence, as Erdogan celebrates his “win”, many readers may recall this blogger’s related interview (dated Oct. 2013, with a follow up slated for this Fall) with the Chief Editor at Inquisitr.com.
HIGHLIGHTED within are three central players; PM/President Erdogan, Barack HUSSEIN Obama and Adnan Oktar. Well and good. Yet, where is foreshadowing and nexus between the three?
Wolff Bachner: Ever since Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan came to power in 2003, Turkey has slowly evolved from a secular state to a religious theocracy based on Sharia Law and Islam. Erdogan has taken every opportunity to undo decades of good relations with Israel while supporting Hamas and Jihad. What is going on in Turkey and what is Erdogan’s endgame?
Adina Kutnicki: In answer to the all important question of Turkey, its position as a so-called “moderate” Muslim nation and its relationship to Israel, a brief backgrounder is in order. Turkey has enjoyed a “pet” relationship within the west, ever since its membership in NATO began in 1952. And, while the honeymoon lasted a little over 50 years, not too long after Prime Minister Recep Erdogan took over the helm, in March 2003, as Turkey’s 25th PM, the government’s Islamist agenda (from a secular leaning/tolerant nation) reared its head. Their volte face was not done in rapid moves, but akin to the precepts of Stealth Jihad – incrementally, phase by phase.
It is essential to acknowledge that PM Erdogan is a devoted and dedicated leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, as elucidated at Aina.org. He is also President Obama’s BFF, and this is no secret. Indeed, it is more than instructive to view their relationship in global terms, particularly since the rise of Islamism throughout Turkey merges with its entrenchment within Washington’s corridors.
In the words of Commentary Magazine:
“Hamas is a terrorist group in search of a home. Uprooted by the Syrian civil war, and shaken by the Egyptian coup, the Hamas leadership has taken temporary shelter in Qatar, but that tiny emirate is showing every sign that they want the Islamist radicals to move on. So where would a radical Islamist terrorist group dedicated to the eradication of the State of Israel and whose charter endorses the crudest anti-Semitism turn? Perhaps to Turkey, America’s NATO ally and a country whose leader President Obama identified as one of his top personal foreign friends.”
According to Hürriyet Daily News:
“The prime ministry in Ankara was the venue for a meeting between the head of Hamas’ political bureau, Khaled Mashaal, and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan today. The meeting, which started at 7 p.m. and lasted for three hours, was closed to the press. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, National Intelligence Agency (MİT) chief Hakan Fidan, Deputy Undersecretary for the Prime Minister’s Office İbrahim Kalın and advisor Sefer Turan were also present at the meeting, Anadolu Agency reported. The meeting between Mashaal and Erdoğan came around four months after their latest meeting. It came at a time when rumors suggest that Mashaal, currently in exile in Qatar, is searching for another place to live.”
As such, a perfect storm. A union for Allah.
Wolff Bachner: In addition to Erdogan, there is another prominent Turkish Islamic leader who has been quite involved in Stealth Jihad. Who is Adnan Oktar and what is he doing to enable Islamic conquest and undermine the state of Israel?
Adina Kutnicki: Adnan Oktar enters into the Stealth Jihad arena under the protective umbrella of the Muslim Brotherhood. Even so, one can be forgiven for not knowing and asking: who is Adnan Oktar? and why does he matter? Furthermore, aren’t there other well-known Islamic Brotherhood mouthpieces to report on? Yes and no.
As to the “who”…first and foremost, Adnan Oktar is a highly valued, well-connected Turkish Muslim Brotherhood operative, as duly reported within The Global Muslim Brotherhood Report.
As reported recently at Shoebat.com, with 98.75 percent of the ballots counted, Erdogan leads with 52 percent, the Hurriyet Daily reports. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, former Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, has received 38 percent of the votes. Selahattin Demirtas, head of the leftist pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party, is in third place with just 10 percent.
Erdogan, who is currently serving as the country’s prime minister, will become Turkey’s first president elected in a popular vote. Until now, the country’s presidents have been elected by members of the Turkish Parliament. The amendment which changed the way Turkey elects its leaders was first drafted in 2007.
He is eligible to serve two five-year terms, which means he could serve until 2024, seeing in the 100th anniversary of Turkey’s foundation as a modern state in 2023. We predict of the possibility that during his term, he would change it to two term 7 years instead of 5 and he will serve until 2028.
Erdoğan made a short speech at the ruling AKP’s election coordination center in Istanbul. He also made a visit to The Eyüp Sultan mosque which was historically the first stop for Ottoman sultans, as well as caliphs, after they ascended to the throne. This is his “hint-hint” that Erdogan wants to ascend to the throne of Caliph in the future.
Now that the Middle East is aflame. The rapid march of the Islamic State, not only ISIS, but Turkey and the situation from Syria into Iraq will continue to rattle Washington and Brussels. And with the Palestinian-Israeli conflict also heating up, we will have the world powers wrangle not only with Iran over its nuclear-weapons program, but with Turkey’s neo-Ottomanism agenda.
Erdogan will now go on high-gear to continue to meddle with all the affairs in the Middle East including temporarily aiding the Islamic Caliphate in Syria and Iraq and is why Erdoğan who still avoid calling the ISIS “terrorists”.
Ankara now will serve as the future headquarters for the Islamist movement worldwide.
And when it comes to Iran, Turkey is not distancing itself from the terror state, but uniting with it. Erdogan of Turkey operates by deception, while by action is creating an Islamic alliance. He will continue to use empty words of deception imploring NATO for assistance in repelling ISIS and opposing by words only an Iranian nuclear bomb while it condemns Israel’s West Bank manhunt by comparing Israel to Adolf Hitler.
It is becoming obvious that when we look at the violence that is taking place throughout the cities of Europe and the chaos in the Middle East, it is becoming clear that Jihadist Islam is no longer an aberration.
Islam today is not only trying to make extinct ancient Christian presence in Iraq, but in Paris, Berlin, Rome, New York, Los Angeles, and wherever, we are no longer hearing, “Death to all Zionists!” We are now hearing, “Death to the Jews!” which Erdogan will eventually declare.
We predict that Erdogan will begin a campaign to bring Sunni and Shia to the table to establish peace and end the sectarian violence which will hail him as peace-maker since he is perfectly poised as Sufi Muslim who does not have the same sectarian divide as the Wahhabists vs. the Shiite. He will continue uniting Muslims which is a difficult task since due to the linguistic and ethnic differences, they will remain fractured, but nevertheless, Erdogan will accomplish such an alliance under him by calling Muslims to unite over the issue of Jerusalem instead of this sectarian divide. The Muslims worldwide will see him as crushing western hopes whom in their view they blame for such divide. By this, Erdogan will emerge as the greatest Muslim leader globally.
Erdogan continues to present himself as the political leader of ‘the Islamic world.’ As Bashar Assad who once said that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan thinks of himself as a Caliph:
Tayyip Erdogan thinks that if the Muslim Brotherhood takes over in the Middle East region – and especially in Syria – he can guarantee his own political future. Tayyip also personally thinks he is the new Ottoman sultan and that he can control the Middle East as it was controlled during the Ottoman Empire under a new umbrella
This cannot happen unless two of the most powerful states in the Middle East are addressed. The only two, one directly and the other indirectly, have managed to bypass the Arab Spring and keep revolution out of their country are Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Though they are not entirely immune to the violence or the impact of the Arab Spring, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have managed to keep unrest to a minimum.
These two countries at a glance are seemingly different. Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy with a devout Islamic leadership and Erdogan falsely perpetuates its secular Kemalist tradition as a democracy while advancing an Islamic backing. Islam is an obvious factor these two countries share and is what ties them to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) as a whole as Turkey and Saudi Arabia have both developed a regional dominance, but the rift will start in the future between the two over the issue of Iran which Turkey will prefer as an ally against Israel. While Saudi Arabia’s spiritual mechanism is the cause of anti-Semitism, we do not expect this Sheba-and-Dedan to flex its muscle against Israel at any time in the future.
Regardless that the United States and Saudi Arabia have been engaged in a mutual security commitment since the 1940’s, we predict that such relationship, that developed upon mutual economic interests and opposition to communism, but as Communism fell and the U.S. is pursuing its own oil, this relationship will eventually deteriorate.
Saudi Arabia has found itself in a few standoffs with the U.S. The main rifts come from the U.S. attempted negotiations with newly elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani and U.S. inaction in Syria. With destabilization in Iraq, Iran has been able to gain headway in competition for regional dominance which threatens Saudi Arabia. We will see Saudi Arabia beginning to loose its protection from the West which will open the door for more confrontation, not only by Iran, but by the current and more elaborate emerging Caliphate that will soon begin to appear on the horizon in Turkey. So we expect to see Iran competing with Saudi Arabia for regional hegemony with Turkey as the major victor.
As for the relations between the U.S. and Turkey, though they are currently stable, we do not agree with most Middle East analysts; this relationship will deteriorate. Historically such relations had fallen apart when the U.S. in the 1960’s in regards to Turkish relations with Cyprus, but Cyprus and Israel will always rise as an issue again, which in the future will be an issue for Russia’s interest in Cyprus since Russia will begin to focus on what historically was Orthodox regions as Russia continues to turn more Orthodox Christian. Also, the declining relations with Israel have thrown a wrench in the machinery of U.S.- Turkey relations which will eventually cause such relations to deteriorate.
INHERENTLY, Erdogan is Allah-bent on reconstituting the Ottoman Empire, and will “talk Turkey” with Iran’s mullahs to further his goal.
LET there be no doubt: when it comes to “Islam über alles” Sunni and Shia will join forces, even though, in the interim, they kill each other en mass. Westerners must stop looking at this gory, global nightmare through their own narrow prism. It will only leave you confused, dazed and immobilized.
THEY understand the west’s Achilles heel. Concomitantly, know thy (Islamic) enemy well!