MHP CIA’nın evladıdır

Ingilizçe Vikipedia’nın « Grey Wolves »’un sayfası (Bozkurtlar).

Vatan hainleri MHP’liler ABD’nin ve MIT’in askerleridir ! Araştırmacılar bu konuyla ingilendiler, MHP Gladio/CIA ile yakın işbirlikçi yaptiği senelerdir ortaya çıkmıştır, özellikle silah aktarım ve askeri eğitim alanında. Gladio MHP ile sistematik olarak çalışmıstır.

« In the late 1970s, former military prosecutor and Turkish Supreme Court Justice Emin Değer documented collaboration between the Grey Wolves » and the Counter-Guerrilla—the Turkish branch of Gladio, a stay-behind NATO anti-communist paramilitary organization which was supposed to prepare networks for guerrilla warfare in case of a Soviet invasion—and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Martin A. Lee writes that the Counter-Guerrilla « handed out weapons to the Grey Wolves and other right-wing terrorist groups. These shadowy operations mainly engaged in the surveillance, persecution and torture of Turkish leftists, according to retired army commander Talat Turhan, the author of three books on counter-guerrilla activities in Turkey. » [1] Lee writes that « the Counter-Guerrilla Organization supplied weapons to the Gray Wolves », [2] while Tom Burghardt of Global Research writes that Operation Gladio networks worked directly with the Grey Wolves. [3] According to Tim Jacoby, the CIA « overtly transferred guns and explosives to Grey Wolf units through its agent, Frank Terpil » in the 1970s. [4]

During the Susurluk scandal of 1996 the Grey Wolves were accused of being members of the Counter-Guerrilla, the Turkish branch of Operation Gladio. [5] Abdullah Çatlı, second in command of the Grey Wolves leadership, [6] was killed during the Susurluk car crash, which sparked the scandal. The report of the Turkish National Assembly’s investigative committee in April 1997 on the Susurluk car crash, which instigated the scandal, « offered considerable evidence of close ties between state authorities and criminal gangs, including the use of the Grey Wolves to carry out illegal activities. » [7]

« A court document in the Ergenekon case revealed in 2008 that the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) had paid regular salaries to ultranationalists to carry out illegal operations [including assassinations and kidnappings]. Some members of a Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) affiliated extremist nationalist group, the Grey Wolves, were armed and funded by the state to carry out political murders. » [8] They mostly targeted members of the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia (ASALA), [8] which attacked Turkish embassies abroad in retaliation of the denial of the Armenian Genocide. The Turkish intelligence services also made use of the Grey Wolves in conflict against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) by offering them amnesty in exchange. [9] [10]

[1] : Lee, Martin A. (1997). « On the Trail of Turkey’s Terrorist Grey Wolves ». Consortium for Independent Journalism.
[2] : Lee, Martin A. (12 April 1998). « Turkish Dirty War Revealed, but Papal Shooting Still Obscured ». Los Angeles Times.
[3] : Burghardt, Tom (19 December 2008). »Unconventional Warfare in the 21st Century: U.S. Surrogates, Terrorists and Narcotraffickers ». Global Research (Centre for Research on Globalization).NATO’s infamous “stay-behind” Operation Gladio networks in Italy and Turkey for example, worked directly with international narcotics syndicates and pro-fascist political parties such as […] the drug-linked terror gang, the Grey Wolves, founded by Alparslan Türkeş, a German sympathizer during World War II.
[4] : Jacoby, Tim. « Political Violence, the ‘War on Terror’ and the Turkish State ». University of St Andrews. p. 7.
[5] : Pacal, Jan (4 April 1997). « The Short and Bloody History of Ulkucus ». Turkish Daily News (222) (Hürriyet). Archived from the original on 19 October 2014.Ulkucus, the ultranationalists, were the lead players of the Turkish Gladio that was revealed with the Susurluk Accident. Abdullah Catli, a convicted criminal whose name was mentioned very often and who was accused of many cases, was mentioned as the head of the Gladio. There were many Ulkucu Special Team officers, ministers, deputies who were accused of being the member of the Gladio.
[6] : Lee, Martin A. (12 April 1998). « Turkish Dirty War Revealed, but Papal Shooting Still Obscured ». Los Angeles Times.
[7] : Park, Bill (October 2008). « Turkey’s Deep State: Ergenekon and the Threat to Democratisation in the Republic » 153 (5). Royal United Services Institute. p. 54.doi:10.1080/03071840802521937.
[8] : « Machete attacks raise fears over widespread violence ». Today’s Zaman. 14 July 2013.
[9] : Lee, Martin A. (2000). The Beast Reawakens: Fascism’s resurgence from Hitler’s Spymasters to Today’s Neo-Nazi Groups and Right Wing Extremists. New York: Routledge. p. 202. The paramilitary wing of the Grey Wolves have been utilized by the Turkish intelligence services to assassinate PKK leaders.
[10] : Combs, Cindy C.; Slann, Martin (2007). « Grey Wolves ». Encyclopedia of terrorism. New York: Facts On File. p. 110. ISBN 9781438110196. The Grey Wolves, the unofficial militant arm of the MHP, has been involved in street killings and gunbattles.

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