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Fethullah Gulen

Additional Omitted Points in CIA-Gulen coverage & A Note from The Insider'

Tuesday, 11. January 2011
Crucial Details Missing in the MSM Coverage of the Recent Intel Chief's Exposé[Image: Gulen1.png]Last week I wrote about the Washington Post's incomplete and one-sided coverage of the recently published memoir by former Turkish Intelligence Chief Osman Nuri Gundes exposing CIA Operations via an Islamic Group in Central Asia. Since then I have gone over the same book's review and coverage by the Turkish mainstream media, and I have interviewed reporters and sources in Turkey who have read the book, followed the coverage, and or are intimately familiar with the topic. With that I now have several additional points on this exposé which further illustrate the journalistically mind-boggling piece marketed by the Post. Writing my previous piece cost me an associate whom I like and respect. It shouldn't have. I still believe this was a case of institution-Government-editors vs. the journalist, with the former winning. I am not going to weigh my writing, modify my facts, alter the truth, tweak, and censor based on worries of losing a source, or a friend, or even readership. With that said I'll briefly list my points gathered from documented facts and interviews, and sources familiar with Gundes' recent book and Gulen.

Extensive Coverage in the Turkish Mainstream MediaAs one might expect, the Turkish mainstream media (all major newspapers, magazines, radio & TV channels) extensively (and very intensely) covered the recent publication of Gundes' book. The following are the main points on former Turkish Intel Chief Gundes' CIA-Gulen allegations which were documented and reported by every single media outlet in Turkey (since mid December), including this one written by one of the most prominent journalists at Milliyet:

1- In Central Asia, within Gulen's Islamic schools, the CIA operatives worked under the guise of American Teachers teaching English.'Okay, the Washington Post article, going through the exact same publications/articles forgot to add these crucial details, which would have paved the way for journalistic investigation(s) leading to either confirmation or denial. The following is the only detail the article provided:In the 1990s, Gundes alleges, the movement "sheltered 130 CIA agents" at its schools in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan aloneIn this case, as others had done already, the existence of mysterious American teachers teaching English in Gulen's schools in Central Asia has already been confirmed.2- The American Teachers working at Gulen's Islamic Schools in Central Asia possessed US Diplomatic Passports.I contacted my source, formerly with the State Department, and he confirmed issuing diplomatic status for at least 50 Americans to teach in former Soviet republics. When I asked him whether they were employed by the State Department, he said: Not officially.' I asked him whether they were connected to the CIA, and he responded, I wouldn't know.' I inquired about the direct foreign employer(s) of these American teachers, and this was his response: Private Turkish companies in education fields and several NGOs in Turkey.' This particular source was retired in 2004.Again, the Washington Post article conveniently omitted this particular detail. Publishing this detail would have required seeking comments from the State Department: "Have you issued diplomatic passports to American teachers in XYZ countries." Of course, no such inquiry was ever made by the Post.3- Gundes provided details of a high-level official meeting attended by MIT officials, one of Gulen's education foundation directors, the Minister of Turkish Education Ministry Department and other high-level bureaucrats, an official from the Prime Minister's Office, and several owners of Gulen private schools. The location for this briefing where CIA operative teachers with US Diplomatic passports were discussed was at Ogretmen Evi' and the host was the Director of Foreign Study Program at the Turkish Education Ministry. The meeting was recorded,' and an official report was prepared. The report included the following details:
  1. One of the attending Gulen school owners owned and operated18 schools for Gulen in Uzbekistan. The CIA operation disguised under Teaching English' at these 18 schools in Uzbekistan consisted of 70 CIA operatives, operating under a project named Friendship Bridge' (Operation Code Name). The operatives also submitted reports to a certain arm of the Pentagon.
  2. The same operation (name not mentioned) had 60 American-CIA operatives as English teachers in Kyrgyzstan; again carrying US Diplomatic Passports.
  3. The meeting (briefing) and analyses were later included in an official government report (Turkish Government) on Gulen's operations which was published.'

Again, the Turkish media quotes and covers these detailed allegations. None of these details, and what's alleged as evidence by Gundes, were covered by the Post. After all, how difficult would it be to follow up and check out these American teachers' with Diplomatic Passports in the named countries? Make some use of the Post's foreign correspondents and partners stationed/anchored there? No; the Post would not dare open that can of worms. So what do they do instead: Take out all the details, get lies as quotes from the implicated CIA source, and say, hmmmmm, see, nothing there.'This is consistent with Gulen's own media networks', such as Today's Zaman's, no-denial denial operation mode. Remember, these are the same groups who deny Gulen's 100+ charter school operations in the United States (See here), and this, despite all the documentation and hundreds of witnesses', including former and present Americans teachers who have worked at these charter schools. Today's Zaman, one of Gulen's propaganda machine arms, desperately denies Gunes' exposé, and in doing so in such desperation, it ends up with a jumble of no-denial denial (see here).Another point worth mentioning: You'd think with all the court documents and previous reports on FBI-DOJ and the Homeland Security Department vehemently opposing Gulen's residency request in court(s), the Washington Post would contact their plentiful DOJ-FBI-DHS sources and ask for statements; right? Well, they didn't. In the Gulen court case we had the CIA pushing big time for Gulen's residency request, and DOJ-FBI-DHS opposing it. Why? Why did the FBI-DOJ-DHS oppose Gulen in court? I'd say this much-First Hand information, in this case: Based on FBI-DHS joint investigations of Gulen (White Collar Crime) and the involved files, they had plenty of reasons to oppose.Finally, as a side note, the Post, at least Mr. Stein, was very familiar with my statements regarding Gulen-CIA-Central Asia operations; including the interview I gave to the American Conservative Magazine's Phil Giraldi. Had Mr. Stein bothered to contact me he would have gotten what the Washington Post wished not to get.I am going to end this post with a short piece provided to our BFP readers in the US by one of my sources in Turkey who has gone through Gunes' book, and is a journalist with inside information and unique access to those closely involved in Gulen related investigations-operations:Fethullah Gülen & the Origin of the Turkish Deep StateBy The Insider from Turkey'[Image: Abramowitz.png]Those who think the Turkish/Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen was introduced to the CIA after he had left Turkey and established himself in Pennsylvania are missing the point. Same with those who are under the impression that the Gülen movement is primarily of a religious nature.The first contacts of Gülen with the CIA go back to way before, we learn from the recently published book The witness of takeovers and anarchy by Osman Nuri Gündes, a former operative of the Turkish intelligence outfit MIT. In the eighties Gülen associated himself with fierce anticommunist circles in Turkey supported by the joint CIA and the secretive stay behind network, Gladio. We are talking about the same Gladio which was responsible for a series of far right terrorist attacks in Turkey and who composed the overture of the bloody 1980 takeover.According to Osman Nuri Gündes, Gülen began his own anticommunist organization in the city of Erzurum. He also mentions Gülen with respect to Radio Free Europe, a CIA propaganda project against the Soviet-Union where previous CIA station chief Paul Henze was working as well. Henze has been described as one of the dark forces behind the takeover in 1980. Gülen's main contact in the CIA however, was Morton Abramowitz, who was stationed in Turkey as a CIA employee before he came there as US ambassador. As mentioned previously on this website, Abramowitz later came to defend Gülen when he ended up having trouble with the US immigration service. So, once upon a time Gülen was very close to structures in Turkey of which the remnants can still be recognized in Ergenekon, the network that targeted not only Recep Tayyip Erdogan's AK-party government, but also the Gülen-movement. This is due to the fact that the previous anticommunist network in Turkey turned away from the CIA in post-Cold War days, while Gülen and his supporters in the Turkish government remained loyal to it.
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Magda - excellent.

For some reason this reminds me of the notorious CIA / MK-ULTRA front company known as the Human Ecology Fund, which financed lots of black operations & research whilst masquerading as a legitimate scientific operation:

Quote:Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology

The Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology was a CIA supported operation that was used in covert research on 'brainwashing'. It was disbanded in 1965. According to a 1999 report in Peace Research: 'In 1955, Harold Wolff, from Cornell University's Psychiatry Department created a CIA research front called the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology. This was later shortened to the Human Ecology Fund. The plan was to promote research that would lead to techniques for getting information out of people without their co-operation and without their even knowing that was what you were doing.'[1]

The report also noted[1]:

In 1957, the Human Ecology Fund was legally separated from Cornell. Lt.-Col. James Monroe, former head of the Psychological Warfare Division of the U.S. Air Force, became director, and Carl Rogers joined the board of directors. Rogers is on record as saying that he was well aware that the Human Ecology Fund was a CIA front for covert funding of psychological research, and that he had no problem working for the CIA.[2] In fact, the CIA gave Rogers $30,000, which enabled him to leave academics and settle in sunny La Jolla, California.[3] There he worked for the Western Behavioural Sciences Institute, which had contracts with the Pentagon for cross-cultural research.[4] Rogers has said that he was confident that his research had no espionage applications. However, a January 1960 CIA memo stated that the CIA was interested in adapting Rogers' theories and methods of non-directive therapy for non-directive methods of interrogation.

According to a report in the Washington Post in 1977:

Some of the research was done under the auspices of the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology, a CIA-supported operation that was disbanded in 1965. According to a report in yesterday's editions of The New York Times, other conduits included the Office of Naval Research and the Geeschickter Fund for Medical Research, a still extant foundation that once contributed $370,000 toward construction of a $3 million building at Georgetown Hospital here. Military contracts arranged by the Office of Naval Research reportedly enabled the CIA to test LSD and other drugs on prisoners at the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Lexing, Ky., purportedly as part of a project aimed at finding a substitute for codeine as a mild pain killer.

Much of this research was said to be have been conducted by Dr. Harris Isbell, now retired and living in Eastland, Tex. He refuses to comment. "I have a personal rule: I don't talk to reporters," he said yesterday in a brief telephone conversation that ended with his hanging up. "I'm safely and happily retired." The testing extended to Canada under the aegis of the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology where some experiments were done on psychiatric patients at the Allen Memorial Institutte of Psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal. The research there was carried out by Dr. Ewen Cameron, who died in 1967.

"He was doing some rather interesting work with schizophrenics," the society's one-time executive director and treasurer, James F. Monroe, recalled yesterday. "We provided the funds to keep his work going. He was using drugs and a total pschological bombardment of the individual - trying to break through in communication." this involved "24-hour conversations" with patienst by teams under Cameron's direction who focused on one individual. "They had some rather remarkable successes," Monroe, a former Air Force colonel and expert in brain-washing, said. "They introduced me to one man who had been completely catatonic until he was brought into the program. But the time I saw him he could converse, he was a human being again."[5]

The New York Times, reported:

CIA also provided funding through Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology, which was founded in mid-50's by Dr Harold Wolff and his assistant at Cornell Univ Med Center Dr Lawrence B Hinkle Jr to conduct brainwashing study. Wolff was said to be close friend of Central Intelligence Dir Allen Dulles. In '56 CIA decided to support research by other entities through society. At this point all Cornell staff dropped out save Wolff. CIA installed Air Force Col James L Monroe, brainwashing expert, as society exec dir and treasurer. Hinkle asserts no human experimentation was ever conducted at NY Hosp, Cornell Med Center or by Cornell staff on project. Under Monroe, society funded brainwashing research by Dr Donald Ewen Cameron of McGill Univ's Allan Memorial Inst of Psychiatry.[6]


↑ 1.0 1.1 Rudmin, Floyd Carl Rogers worked for the CIA Peace Research November, 1999 Pg. v.31(4) N'99 pg 77-78 ISSN: 0008-4697
↑ J.D. Marks, The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control (New York: Times Books, 1979).
↑ M. Klare, The University-Military Complex: A Directory and Related Documents (New York: North, 1970). Also, J. R. Raser, 'Cross-cultural Simulation Research,' International Journal of Psychology 2, p. 59-67.
↑ P. Greenfield, 'CIA's Behaviour' Caper,' APA Monitor 8, no. 12, p. 1, 10-11., Marks, op. cit.
↑ George Lardner Jr. and John Jacobs, Washington Post Staff Writers Lengthy Mind-Control Research by CIA Is Detailed; The Washington Post August 3, 1977, Wednesday, Final Edition SECTION: First Section; A1
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Young agents of Kurdish origin expose shocking truth on Kurdish television

by Jiyan Azadi
[Image: 9aqqeg-150x150.jpg]Three Kurdish female activists, Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez, were horribly executed in the heart of Paris on January 9, 2013. This cold-blooded attack was committed by professionals the Turkish "Gladio", which is also known as the Turkish "Deep State".
Extrajudicial killings against Kurdish intellectuals have been perpetrated by the Turkish "Gladio" for decades. This act of violence was a terror attack against the Kurds and this case is still unsolved.
Shortly after the political assassination of these three women, five young infiltrators of Kurdish origin were exposed by Kurdish guerrilla. These youths had been threatened by the Islamic Gülen Movement and Turkey's ruling AKP (Justice and Development Party) and were sent to the Kurdish mountains to join the PKK in order to assassinate PKK executives.
Nûçe TV reporter Erdal Er has interviewed these young agents and they revealed everything in a TV-program called "Örümcek ağı" (Spider-net), which was broadcasted on the Kurdish TV-channel Nûçe TV.
One of these youngsters was student at a Gülen school and lived at a Gülen dormitory. Thirteen-year-old "Serhildan" told Erdal Er that her former school managers Beşir Çalışkan and Fevzi Kılıç forced her to study at a boarding school. They also promised that she would get scholarships if she applied to the boarding school.
"Serhildan" went to the boarding school with her parent's permission. She met the school manager Kadriye, who was responsible for young Kurdish women at the dormitory. "Serhildan" told the reporter:
The first two weeks at the Gülen school were normal. The education was normal. Turkish police were responsible for the school security. They were wearing civil clothes. I met Yusuf Dadal there, who was responsible for the school security. My mother also met him when she visited me at the dormitory.
The fake birthday party
"Serhildan" continued and said:
One day I was told that it was Kadriye's birthday. I didn't want to attend her birthday party and told them that I had to study. Afterwards, the security personnel forced me to come downstairs and I did as I was told. Everything was normal.
After a while someone knocked on the door and men stepped into the salon like the mafia. There were 30 young women in the room. Juice boxes were standing on the table. The men had brought alcohol and put them on the table. We were speechless and shocked. I thought they were friends of Kadriye. I was sitting on a couch. Yusuf came and sat next to me and asked how I was feeling. I didn't knew how I was going to answer him and I told him that I was fine. He gave me a bottle of alcohol. I had never seen something like this before. This didn't exist in my family. My family is religious. I was frightened. I had read the Holy Quran. I didn't want to drink but he told me that it was okay to drink it once.
All of my friends were drinking alcohol. They were sitting next to men. I drank one bottle and got drunk. I woke up in the morning. I didn't know where I was. I saw a man laying next to me. It was Yusuf. Everything ended for me family, school, everything. This was the end. I cried and was shattered. I was only 13-years old and I had never thought of something like this could occur in my life. They said that this [sexual intercourses] was normal. I wanted to run away but they didn't let me go. I was caught in a trap.
Arrested and sexually abused at the police-station
Another Kurdish youth, Devrim, arrested in Diyarbakir, said:
The Turkish police brought me to the police station. They were beating me the first day and questioned me the following day. I was silent. There were three policemen Suat, Murat and Serkan. They brought me to another room. They covered my eyes with a blindfold and sexually assaulted me. Everything was caught on camera.
I was locked up and they questioned me for two days. I told them the names of my friends. They showed me pictures of my friends and asked me if I knew them I said yes. Shortly afterwards, they raped me twice.
"If you don't want to be humiliated you will become an agent!"
Devrim continued:
They released me and my neighbours saw me. I went home and my mother was crying. My neighbours were crying. No one knew that I had been arrested. I didn't tell my family. I was lying in my bed a whole day. My family was at home and the police came to my house. They had a CD and a dossier. My mother and father weren't allowed to be in the same room as us [me and the policemen].
Murat and Serkan were also there. They threatened me and told me that I had to do as they demanded if I didn't want to embarrass myself and my family. They told me that they would make my life miserable if I didn't obey them."
The Gülen movement has opened Gülen schools and mosques in every Kurdish city and almost every village. The Turkish state has established police stations (Karakol) across Kurdistan. These police stations have been established in order to kill and arrest Kurds.
Gülen schools have been established in order to assimilate Kurdish children at a young age and tempt the Kurdish children into abandoning the Kurdish struggle for human rights. The Gülen movement aims to assimilate Kurdish children by emphasizing the Ottoman ideology in school, causing many Kurds to become unaware of their cultural inheritance. Gülen followers (Gülenists) and the Turkish government are using religion to build the unity of the Turkish state and crush the Kurdish identity. The state is running a denial and annihilation policy toward the Kurds.
HPG (Kurdish People's Defence Forces) commander Dr. Bahoz Erdal said that the Turkish state and Gülenists are indoctrinating Kurdish children in order to distance the children from the Kurdish society. Prostitution and drugs have been spread among Kurdish youth through JITEM (Turkish Army Intelligent Service) and MIT (The National Intelligence Organization) in Kurdistan.
Private schools (dershane) are another subject. These Gülen schools have been established in particularly Kurdistan and are very active in Turkish-occupied Kurdistan as well as in southern Kurdistan (Northern Iraq). The first Turkish school was founded in 1993 in Hewlêr (Erbil).
Dr. Bahoz Erdal further said that every single parent must take responsibility of their children and raise their children in a correct way so that they won't forget their Kurdish identity, language and culture.
The Turkish preacher Fethullah Gülen is the founder of the Gülen movement and runs private schools in approximately 140 countries across the world. It is an ultra-conservative society and it teaches students at Gülen schools to become faithful servants. The movement describes itself as a "faith-inspired, non-political, cultural and educational movement whose basic principles stem from Islam's universal values, such as love of the creation, sympathy for the fellow human, compassion, and altruism."
Fethullah Gülen says that he doesn't want to affiliate himself or the movement with politics, but there are many hidden sides of the Gülen movement and many people are not aware of what is going on behind the scenes. He has spoken in favour of Turkey's ruling AKP and they do share many similar goals. Moreover, many of AKP MP's are Gülenists. Gülen and the AKP have an Islamic agenda and share a vision of promoting a greater role for Islam across Turkey as well as abroad.
Gülen is eager to give the Kurds certain rights, for instance Kurdish language schools. The Turkish AKP and Gülen movement want to create their "own" Kurds who are serving the Turkish state, the Gülen Movement and Islam. However, the Turkish state and Gülen want to silence and eliminate Kurds who are resisting Turkish control. Gülen called upon the Turkish army to attack Kurds and to annihilate their resistance. Gülen made this very clear in a video message in 2011 where he said:
Locate them, surround them, break up their units, let fire rain down upon their houses, drown out their lamentations with even more wails, cut off their roots and put an end to their cause.
In a video message from 2011 Gülen uttered disappointment over the Turkish army's failure "to finish off a group of bandits [the PKK] in the mountains over the last 30 years."
The Turkish army cannot silence the Kurdish resistance. Hence Gülen is targeting Kurdish children in order to assimilate them, kill them mentally, but not physically, intimidate them and send them to the Kurdish mountains in order to kill PKK executives.
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Reyhanli-Gate: The Cover Up & Changing Story on the Turkey-Syria Border Town Bombing

Wednesday, 29. May 2013
Did the Rift between the Turkey's AKP Government & Imam Fethullah Gülen's Cult Lead to the Death of 52 Turkish Citizens?By Peter Edel[Image: 0529_reyhanli.png]Reyhanli, a town in the Turkish province of Hatay near the Syrian border, was hit last month by a double bomb attack 52 dead victims, a sad record. Seventeen Turkish Marxists were arrested. Allegedly they committed the crime on command of the Mukhabarat, the secret police of the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.
The criticism of the Turkish government regarding its policy on Syria became almost omnipresent in Turkey after the assault on Reyhanli. In the town itself a massive demonstration against the government resulted in a confrontation with the riot police. Ironically the large majority in Hatay voted for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).
Many in Turkey hold to the opinion that the spilling of violence from Syria into Turkey follows from the decision of the government to grant the Syrian rebels active support. The critics have a point, for the fact that previous wars in neighboring countries did not cause Turkey much harm had everything to do with a passive government policy.
Empty hands
[Image: 0529_reyhanli2.png]The Syrian regime strived to increase the pressure on the Turkish government and therefore ordered some sympathizing Marxists in Turkey to hit Reyhanli with two car bombs. At least, that's the way Ankara makes it appear. It defies logic.
PM Erdogan, who is regularly begging Washington for an American war in Syria, was given a new argument with the tragedy in Reyhanli. Erdogan could use news like this after UN-investigator Carla del Ponte failed to find any evidence of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government.
Shortly before his visit to the US, Erdogan appeared to be empty handed, and It was only because of the double blast in Reyhanli that Erdogan could put something on the table in Washington. It's not very credible that Assad did not take this scenario into consideration beforehand. OK, it was not very likely that Erdogan could persuade Obama to begin an open war in Syria anyway, but the possibility that Obama would compensate with more military support for the Syrian rebels could not be completely ruled out. Hardly imaginable that Assad was eager to achieve that.
Mehmet Ediboglu of the Republican People's Party (CHP), the leading opposition party in the Turkish parliament, claims that the arrested Marxists are innocent of what happened in Reyhanli. Reports suggesting they have confessed apparently do not make much of an impression on Ediboglu. This is understandable- confessions are not very relevant in Turkey considering Turkey's reputation when it comes to special interrogation techniques'.
According to Ediboglu the assault on Reyhanli was done by Jahbat al-Nusra, a Syrian rebel group allied to al-Qaeda, with ambitions to establish a Sunni regime in Syria. So, exactly what is the neo-Ottoman AKP-government in Turkey aiming for? This mutual objective coincides with numerous reports that al-Nusra receives weapons from Turkey.
Al-Nusra would prefer that Turkey deal with Assad once and for all. Erdogan would probably love to, but is reluctant as long as Obama is hesitant to throw the U.S. into a new war because of negative public opinion. Moreover, Erdogan and Obama are both scared of the efficient Syrian air defense system. Since Assad is making some progress in suppressing the rebellion against his regime, al-Nusra is running out of time.
Those are the circumstances under which the blasts in Reyhanli took place. It draws attention to certain developments; like Erdogan's remark after Reyhanli that he won't let himself be pushed into a war in Syria. In so far as he was referring to Assad this does not make any sense. For what can Assad gain with a Turkish offensive against Syria? Al-Nusra on the other hand, could only gain from this. So, it was most likely a slip of the tongue by Erdogan.
Besides, the blast in Reyhanli very clearly carries the signature of Syrian terrorists. It's bizarre that on one of the cars a person was tied with copper wire.
So far only four Syrian's were identified among the victims. Remarkable, if one takes into consideration that the ratio between Turks and Syrians is about fifty-fifty in the multi ethnic town. Not to mention the fact that the police in Reyhanli failed to close off the area after the blasts- Making it easy for evidence to disappear, or…. to appear.
The situation became downright embarrassing for the Turkish government when the computer hacker group Redhack (1) released documents on the Internet of the Jandarma (Turkish rural military police). The information proved that the Turkish authorities were fully informed that al-Qaeda/al-Nusra was planning an assault with car bombs in Turkey against Syria. The Turkish government could not deny the authenticity of the documents, but it stayed with its position that the Assad regime was responsible for Reyhanli. In the framework of crisis management the government simply stated that it was privy to information the security services had no access to! Subsequently a Jandarma officer, who supposedly leaked to Redhack, was arrested. Redhack denied it had been in contact with this officer and campaigned for his release.
Before Redhack entered the narrative, the police and MIT (the national intelligence service of Turkey) were putting the blame on each other for what happened in Reyhanli. MIT said it informed the police three days before the attack. The police argued that they had been at the point of making arrests, but didn't because MIT told them to wait. That something went totally wrong also came to light in the mysterious transfer of the police chief of Reyhanli a few days after the bombing. In a statement by PM Erdogan before his departure to the U.S. he mentioned a communication problem' between security services in Reyhanli and announced an investigation.
The fact that MIT-leader Hakan Fidan is Erdogan's confidant and that followers of the U.S. residing imam Fethullah Gülen have much influence within the police force, are of course very special details in all of this. Especially, since the conflict (2) between Erdogan and Gülen has become more apparent lately the almost undisguised attacks on each other by their mouthpieces in the media leave little doubt about that. Observers (3) in Turkey are quite sure that the communication problem' between MIT and the police could very well be seen as the next chapter in the rift between the PM and the preacher.
Gülen, who mostly keeps in line with Washington positions, is annoyed by Erdogan's intention to visit Gaza and the West bank. Moreover, he has reservations about the talks between MIT and PKK-leader Abdullah Öcalan. At first Gülen endorsed this peace process', although it didn't seem to be with full belief. He may have said so because Washington expected it from him. No doubt he's wary about a decrease in his movement's influence in the Kurdish part of Turkey, following a deal between Erdogan and the PKK. Remarks in the Gülen-media are quite indicative of this.
A Gülen-Party?
[Image: 0529_reyhanli3.png]There are many issues between Erdogan and Gülen. Last week Erdogan's former spokesperson Fehmi Koru was among the observers who asserted that the Gülen-movement is considering its own political party in Turkey, out of discontent with Erdogan's AKP. Remarkable, if one takes into consideration the statements of Gülen that his movement is not of a political nature. On the other hand, political is exactly the word to describe the movement, as it has been that way since its early days. It goes without saying that such a party would be a heavy burden on Erdogan. It could easily make him lose half, or even more, of his votes.
Whether it will come to this is something for crystal gazers. What concerns us right now is whether the conflict between Gülen and Erdogan contributed to the reasons the bomb attack in Reyhanli was not prevented. In any case, after the bloody event it was time for deliberation on the highest level. The first rumor had it that Erdogan would go to Pennsylvania personally to meet Gülen during his stay in the U.S. But that was out of the question, if only because according to Turkish customs he would have put himself under Gülen as his guest.
So, Erdogan send his deputy PM Bülent Arinc instead. In his statement (4) concerning the meeting Arinc denied any conflict between the government and Gülen, merely adding that he wants us to show sensitivity on regional as well as international issues.' At around the same time Gülen's loyal columnist Ekrem Dumanli (5) went in full denial mode of a conflict as well. All this is entirely insignificant, of course. But on neither side was there any sign of leaking to the media, and that's an indication of a certain understanding. That's why it's my bet that we're not going to hear much about the rift between Erdogan and Gülen for some time. However, it's unlikely that the status quo will remain very long. The mutual lust for power of the PM and the preacher will most probably insure that they will find each other in each other's way again soon.
# # # #Peter Edel is an analyst and investigative journalist based in the Netherlands. He is a regular contributor to Boiling Frogs Post.

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"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.
Well, who'd have thunk it.

:flypig: :unclesam:

A false flag psyop to create a false casus belli.

The Nazis knew alll about such tricks: see the Gleiwitz indident.
"It means this War was never political at all, the politics was all theatre, all just to keep the people distracted...."
"Proverbs for Paranoids 4: You hide, They seek."
"They are in Love. Fuck the War."

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"Ccollanan Pachacamac ricuy auccacunac yahuarniy hichascancuta."
The last words of the last Inka, Tupac Amaru, led to the gallows by men of god & dogs of war
I expect the State Department will file it in the waste paper basket. Can't have their boy facing criminal charges. That may lead to others being charged for crimes too. Wonder what Erdogan wants from the US?
Quote:Ankara (AFP) - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said he will seek to extradite an exiled cleric he accuses of orchestrating a "parallel state" and attempts to bring down the government from his base in the United States.

Erdogan told NTV that a legal procedure "will begin" for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, a former ally who he says has masterminded a massive corruption scandal through his powerful network of supporters in the police and judiciary.
The prime minister's comments came a day after he told US broadcaster PBS that he wants President Barack Obama to deport Gulen and send him back to Turkey.
Erdogan said he hoped Washington would deliver on the issue as a "model partner".
"At least they should deport him," he said.
Gulen was once a close ally of the prime minister, helping him to challenge the traditional stranglehold of the military and to install Erdogan's Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP) in power in 2002.
Gulen was forced to flee the country in 1999 after he was accused of plotting against the secular government of the time.
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But their alliance has faltered in recent years, and was decisively shattered in December when police raids saw dozens of the Erdogan's key business and political allies detained on bribery allegations.
The premier has repeatedly accused Gulenists of engineering the investigation as well as a string of damaging leaks in the media. He retaliated by sacking thousands of police and prosecutors.
Gulen has denied any involvement in the corruption probe.
- 'Enter their caves' -
After his party scored a crushing victory in last month's local polls, an emboldened Erdogan hinted he would take steps against Gulen's movement.
"We will enter their caves and ... they will pay the price," he warned in a victory speech from the balcony of his party's Ankara headquarters last month.
"There won't be a state within a state," he said.
The AKP has already pushed through a law to close private preparatory schools, a key part of Gulen's network.
In the PBS interview, Erdogan said his only contact with Gulen since becoming prime minister had been a few phone conversations, and that they had initially maintained "good relations".
"The real problem began after 2011," he said. That was when Erdogan's government accused Gulenists of leaking information from secret talks between the Turkish spy agency and Kurdish rebels.
Erdogan told PBS that the police raids in December were "almost a coup, a civilian coup" by the Gulen movement.
"We were aware they were trying to infiltrate various organisations, but we were not aware of their ultimate bad intentions. We realised this after a while and started to take measures," he said.
Having exhausted his party's limit of three terms as premier, 60-year-old Erdogan is thought to be planning a run for the presidency in August, the first time voters will directly elect the head of state.
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CIA's Favorite Channel, New York Times, Lobbies for Mullah Fethullah Gulen

New York Times Comes out of the Closet Doing the CIA's Bidding[Image: 0505_SEPost.png]Last week Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan announced that Turkey would officially request the extradition of US-based Mullah Fethullah Gulen- a Turkish preacher in Pennsylvania with a $20+ billion network, whose followers have been accused of trying to eliminate PM Erdogan's government.
The New York Times began parading various agenda-driven analysts and experts, showcasing Gulen-connected figures, and attacking Turkey's Erdogan in a one-sided lobbying effort. Before I go any further, allow me to illustrate the New York Times' vehement, bold and one-sided defense of Gulen with verbatim quotes [All Emphasis Mine]:
Mr. Erdogan's Islamist government and the supporters of Gulen, who promotes a moderate, pro-Western brand of Sunni Islam that appeals to many well-educatedand professional Turks.
I know our regular readers and supporters here at Boiling Frogs Post don't need the bold emphases to explain the propaganda with its carefully picked words. For those who are not familiar with our extensive coverage of Mullah Gulen (See here, here, here, here and here), take notice of how Erdogan's government is being characterized with one word, Erdogan's Islamist government- a word often used and highlighted by Western propaganda outlets, aka mainstream media, with negative connotations and in close association with global terrorism. Now, please pay attention to all the false positive adjectives and characterization used by NYT to present Mullah Fethullah Gulen: Moderate, Pro-Western, Well-Educated, Professional. Oh, golly- Who is the Mullah here?!
You see, this is such a classic with the US government-fed propaganda outlets, aka US mainstream media. They first set the tone based on the objectives handed to them by their bosses. In this case: The CIA and the State Department. The readers, the uninformed readers, are pointed towards the intended false direction: An Islamist Government versus a moderate pro-Western man with well-educated and professional followers.
Let's continue [All Emphasis Mine]:
"This extradition request has no legal basis," said Ergun Ozbudun, a professor of law at Istanbul Sehir University, noting the considerable difficulty surrounding extradition requests even when suspects are charged with serious crimes. "The request for Fethullah Gulen's extradition therefore would be a political one, and I don't think would produce any results."
Lawyers for Mr. Gulen, who has permanent resident status in the United States, agreed. "There is neither an investigation nor an arrest warrant issued by court in place to submit to the U.S. authorities," said Nurullah Albayrak, an Istanbul lawyer who represents Mr. Gulen. "This is not something that political will can decide."
A Gulen-affiliated group in New York, the Alliance for Shared Values, on Tuesday denounced Mr. Erdogan's move, saying, "The prime minister's talk about demanding the extradition of Mr. Gulen, when there are no charges or legal case against him, is a clear indication of political persecution and harassment."
NYT picks one pro-Gulen legal expert, one lawyer who represents Mullah Gulen, and Gulen's own organization, and establishes the extradition request as political with no legal basis. Now, let me go over this article for the fifth time, and see whether NYT showcases any so-called legal experts from the other side- one that puts forth the legal basis for this extradition request. I'm looking, looking, looking, and ooops: I have reached the end of the lobby-propaganda piece, and there is not a single legal opinion or analysis from the other side! How amazing is that?!
Finally, after showcasing Mullah Gulen's confident denial of all documented accusations against him, without showcasing a single analyst or legal expert for the other side, the New York Times concludes its propaganda-lobby piece with the following paragraph:
In general, for the United States to approve an extradition request from another country, the person must be accused of a crime recognized in both jurisdictions, and there must be a reasonable belief that the person did commit the crime. It was not clear whether Turkey's request would satisfy either requirement.
Now that we have established this editorial by the New York Times clearly as a one-sided lobby and propaganda piece for Mullah Gulen, ask yourself the following questions: Why did the New York Times jump to defend the Gülen Movement and the controversial Mullah? Whose interests is the New York Times really representing here? Why?
You see, this propaganda-lobby piece follows another equally propaganda-lobby piece that was published by the Washington Post a few months back:
In January this year, The Washington Post dutifully provided a platform for three outspoken Israel Lobbyists who are jointly calling on the Obama Administration to overthrow the current Turkish Administration. You heard it right. Morton Abramowitz, Eric Edelman and Blaise Misztal jointly penned a hysteria-reeked article to declare Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan a despot, and a great threat to democracy and U.S. interests. Let's provide a few excerpts from this propaganda-ridden article :
Whatever his achievements over the past decade, Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is destroying his country's parlous democracy. That is a profound problem for Turks and Turkey's Western allies. Staying silent, out of fear that speaking out would harm some short-term interests, risks Turkey's longer-term stability.
Turkey's democratic decline creates a pressing dilemma for the United States. Erdogan's current course would take Turkey from an imperfect democracy to an autocracy. Such a fate for a close ally and NATO member would have profound implications for our partnership, the United States' beleaguered credibility and the prospects for democracy in the region.
U.S. policymakers should lay aside their reluctance to confront the disastrous impact of Erdogan's dictatorial tendencies and remind the Turkish leader of the importance the United States attaches to Turkey's political stability and democratic vitality. Particularly as their influence is greater than it appears…
Erdogan is doing great harm to Turkey's democracy. The United States should make clear, privately and publicly, that his extreme actions and demagoguery are subverting Turkey's political institutions and values and endangering the U.S.-Turkey relationship.
Mort Abramowitz is a known neocon, Israel lobbyist, CIA and State Department Operative, and PNAC signatory, and has been one of Fethullah Gulen's main handlers and backers. In fact, when the FBI and Homeland Security Department tried to kick the Islamic Mullah out of the United States, Abramowitz was one of the first Gulen CIA-State Department handlers to step in.
As for Eric Edelman? Let's go back nine years and check him out in my State Secrets Gallery: I presented the State Department-CIA's Eric Edelman as one of the top culprits in my State Secrets Privilege Case when the government invoked the State Secrets Privilege and several additional gag orders to cover up the FBI's investigations and files pertaining to CIA-NATO terror operations in Central Asia & the Caucasus since the mid-1990s. Just like Abramowitz, Edelman is known as an avid Israel lobbyist and a neocon.
If you haven't already, please refer to my article and interview where I discuss and emphasize the role of Turkish Mullah Fethullah Gulen, who has been residing in the United States since 1998, as a major operative for CIA-NATO operations, not only in Turkey, but also in Central Asia and the Caucasus. During the past few years I have been a lone voice in the United States when it comes to real coverage of Gulen and his operations under the CIA. Here are a few examples of my coverage since 2009:
Boston Terror, CIA's Graham Fuller & NATO-CIA Operation Gladio B-Caucasus & Central Asia
Turkish Intel Chief Exposes CIA Operations via Islamic Group in Central Asia
Turkish Imam Fethullah Gulen Nabs George Bush PR Queen
The Sanitized Gulen Coverage Continues…
As a persistent lone voice I am asking you to pay close attention to these historical facts, the documented incestuous connections including the CIA, State Department and the Israel Lobby, and then go back and read this same New York Times article again. Then, you will be able to answer very quickly and confidently when you are asked: Whose interests is the New York Times serving? Who rules and controls the propaganda channels called US mainstream media outlets?
This is why I always question, and almost always write off, whistleblower cases that become the darling adopted pet cases for publications like the New York Times and Washington Post. You see, you can't have it both ways. You can't establish the rulers and ownership and agenda setters for these publications, aka US media, and then go back and trust them when they begin to sell you a whistleblower or a leak as the real deal. It just doesn't happen. One thing you can count on when it comes to this puppetry is consistency. If they advocate and report something it has been declared allowable and kosher by their bosses. And as we all know: nothing good or noble exists on the agenda list of the ruling establishment.

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The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is the essential condition for any kind of self-knowledge.
Carl Jung - Aion (1951). CW 9, Part II: P.14

BFP Exclusive- William Engdahl on Operation Gladio, Fethullah Gülen & One World Government

William Engdahl | February 10, 2015 Leave a Comment

"CIA's Graham Fuller: One of the early advocates of using Muslim Brotherhood & Gülen Cemaat to advance US foreign policy."

The following is the translation of an interview with William Engdahl conducted by journalist Deniz Ülkütekin of Turkey's Cumhuriyet:

1.As I read you started to research about Gulen Cemaat when you came to Turkey for a conference. What was the thing that attracted your interest about Gulen and his members?

WE: I am a geopolitical researcher and author now for more than thirty years. My prime theme is geopolitics or how power is organized in our world by whom, to what aim. When I was invited to Turkey on a speaking tour for one of my books, a Turkish journalist who since has become a trusted friend suggested if I wanted to understand what was going on in Turkey, a country I have long considered to have a far more positive role than she has played within NATO, I should look deeply into the Gülen Cemaat. That began a long process as I began to realize the deeper agenda behind the façade of Rumi that Gülen and his people project.
2.Our first knowledge about Gülen is, his struggle against communism via a foundation (which was a NATO agenda indeed). So could we say that Gülen and his CIA relationship started long ago?

WE: Yes, all evidence suggests that NATO Turkish Gladio networks picked up Gülen as a potentially useful asset years ago. As their agenda changed with the collapse of the Soviet Union, their role for Gülen changed as well and doors were opened for him to play that role.

So in a true sense we can say that the Gülen Cemaat is the nothing more than the projection of an idea from Langley Virginia CIA headquarters, an idea from essentially stupid people there who believed they could use him and they could abuse religion as a cover to advance their design for global control, what David Rockefeller calls One World Government.

Unlike the CIA's Mujahideen Jihadists like Hekmatyar in Afghanistan or Naser Oric in Bosnia, the CIA decided to give Fethullah Gülen a radically different image. No blood-curdling, head-severing, human-heart-eating Jihadist. No, Fethullah Gülen was presented to the world as a man of "peace, love and brotherhood," even managing to grab a photo Op with Pope John Paul II, which Gülen featured prominently on his website. The Gülen organization in the US hired one of Washington's highest-paid Public Relations image experts, George W. Bush's former campaign director, Karen Hughes, to massage his "moderate" Islam image.

The ideas and manipulations of the CIA and US State Department are collapsing everywhere today, but they are blinded by their own arrogance. Just look at their absurd mess they created with the neo-nazis in Ukraine.
3.As it's a very conflicted subject, how do you certainly believe that Gülen and CIA work together?

WE: This is not merely my view but that of very knowledgeable Turkish analysts and even the former Turkish MIT senior figure, Osman Nuri Gundes, former FBI Turkish-American translator Sibel Edmonds, and others have documented his deep links to very senior CIA people such as Graham Fuller. When Gülen fled Turkey to avoid prosecution for treason in 1998, he chose not to go to any of perhaps a dozen Islamic countries which could have offered him asylum. He chose instead the United States. He did so with the help of the CIA. The US State Department tried to block a special "preference visa as an alien of extraordinary ability in the field of education" permanent visa status for Gülen, arguing he was basically a fraud with a fifth grade education and no special Islam scholar. Over the objections of the FBI, of the US State Department and of the US Department of Homeland Security, three former CIA operatives intervened and managed to secure a Green Card and permanent US residency for Gülen.

Intervention by three current or "former" CIA people--George Fidas, who was US Ambassador to Turkey and an ex CIA Deputy Director; Morton Abramowitz who was described as at least "informal" CIA, and CIA career man who spent time in Turkey, Graham E. Fuller. They got Gülen asylum in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. That certainly suggests a strong tie at the very least.
4.Was the relationship between Gulen and the CIA depending on both parties' benefits? If so what were their benefits? How did CIA support Gulen to develop and grow his foundation?

WE: Yes, clearly. For the Gülen Cemaat it enabled a vast business empire to be created which gained more and more influence by placing its people inside the police, the courts and education ministry. He could build his recruiting schools across Central Asia with CIA support. In the USA and Europe, CIA-influenced media like CNN gave him beautiful free publicity to overcome opposition to open his schools across America. For the CIA it was one more tool to destroy not only an independent secular Kemalist Turkey, but to advance their Afghan drug trade worldwide and to use Gülen's people to destabilize opponent regimes that CIA network in Washington, the "deep state" wanted to get rid of.

Sibel Edmonds, former FBI Turkish translator and "whistleblower," named Abramowitz, along with Graham E. Fuller, as part of a dark cabal within the US Government that she discovered were using networks out of Turkey to advance a criminal "deep state" agenda across the Turkic world, from Istanbul into China. The network that she documented included significant involvement in heroin trafficking out of Afghanistan.

On retiring from the State Department, Abramowitz served on the board of the US Congress-financed National Endowment for Democracy (NED), and was a co-founder with George Soros of the International Crisis Group. Both the NED and International Crisis Group were implicated in various US Government-backed "color revolutions" since the 1990's collapse of the Soviet Union, from Otpor in Serbia to the 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine, the 2013-14 coup in Ukraine, to the 2009 Green Revolution in Iran, to the 2011 Lotus Revolution in Tahrir Square in Egypt.

Graham E. Fuller had been immersed in the CIA's activities in steering Mujahideen and other political Islamic organizations since the 1980's. He spent 20 years as CIA operations officer in Turkey, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Afghanistan, and was one of the CIA's early advocates of using the Muslim Brotherhood and similar Islamist organizations like Gülen Cemaat to advance US foreign policy.
5.How does CIA work via Gulen schools at Middle-Asia?

WE: First it should be noted that Russia moved swiftly to ban the Gülen schools when the CIA began the Chechyn terror in the 1990's. In the 1980's when the Iran-Contra scandal broke in Washington (a scheme authored by Fuller at CIA), he "retired" to work at the CIA and Pentagon-financed RAND think-tank. There, under RAND cover, Fuller was instrumental in developing the CIA strategy for building the Gülen Movement as a geopolitical force to penetrate former Soviet Central Asia. Among his RAND papers, Fuller wrote studies on Islamic fundamentalism in Turkey, in Sudan, in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Algeria. His books praise Gülen lavishly.

After the fall of the USSR, Fetullah Gülen's cadre were sent to establish Gülen schools and Madrasses across newly-independent former Soviet states in Central Asia. It was a golden chance for the CIA, using the cover of Gülen religious schools, to send hundreds of CIA agents deep inside Central Asia the first time. In 1999 Fuller argued, "The policy of guiding the evolution of Islam and of helping them against our adversaries worked marvelously well in Afghanistan against the Russians. The same doctrines can still be used to destabilize what remains of Russian power, and especially to counter the Chinese influence in Central Asia."

Gülen was named by one former FBI authoritative source as, "one of the main CIA operation figures in Central Asia and the Caucasus." During the 1990's the Gülen schools then growing up across Eurasia were providing a base for hundreds of CIA agents under cover of being "native-speaking English teachers." Osman Nuri Gundes revealed that the Gülen movement "sheltered 130 CIA agents" at its schools in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan alone in the 1990s.
6.Gulen migrated from Turkey to USA at 1999, 3 days after terrorist Kurdish movement leader Abdullah Ocalan was kidnapped and brought to Turkey. What did it mean? Could Gulen co-operate better with CIA when he moved USA?

WE: I think the CIA feared Gülen would end in prison and could be far more useful in US sanctuary where they could feed his image better and pump up his aura. Now clearly Gülen fears to return to Turkey even though he legally could. That says a lot.
7.What does Gulen Foundation do for the benefits of CIA inside Turkey and Middle-East?

WE: That would require a much longer discussion. What I find interesting is how a deep and now bitter split has emerged between Gülen Cemaat in Turkey and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. I believe Erdogan began to pursue his own agenda and that came in collision with that of the CIA and State Department for Turkey in the larger world.
8.Turkish goverment AKP currently running a huge police operation against Gulen members among justice and police organisation, on the other hand, public sceptic about these operations as AKP and Gulen were also allies before november 17th corruption scandal occured. So could we say that AKP, Tayyip Erdogan and CIA were also allies once?

WE: Turkey is a NATO member so no Turkish government is permitted for long if it tries to be independent of NATO, i.e. Washington, for long, as you know. When Erdogan began going his own way, the US networks began to demonize him in media worldwide, and Gülen media attacked him fiercely. I believe the split between Erdogan and Gülen went long before Nov. 17 scandals. Who was behind the leaking of those accusations? What was US Ambassador Francis Ricciardone doing in that regard? Interesting questions for someone.
9.You say that CIA is at Gulen's side in their fight against AKP. What could CIA do to stop Erdogan and AKP?

WE: My opinion is that was what the scandals were for, to try to prevent Erdogan's election as President but they failed. Keep in mind the "scandal" was about how Erdogan allegedly violated US oil sanctions against Iran, so the scandals were intended to break that trade, a Washington goal.
10.Anything to add...

WE: I believe that Turkey today can play a very positive role in a new world that is emerging to replace the world of CIA wars, terror and chaos. Turkey is a geopolitical crossroads which has the possibility to play a very positive role in the emerging Eurasian system of China and Russia, the countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, in building energy and rail infrastructure. By herself, Turkey will be isolated and broken as Ukraine, and by the same people. In a principled economic and political alliance with Russia and China, she can play a pivot role in building a new world free of the debt of the collapsing Dollar System that also included the stagnating Europe. Turkey has a beautiful opportunity to partner with Russia and change the world power balance. It will require a lot of will. But if done in a good open way, Turkey could enjoy prosperity as never before and be a genuine "good neighbor."

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BFP Exclusive- William Engdahl on Operation Gladio, Fethullah Gülen & One World Government

William Engdahl | February 10, 2015 Leave a Comment

"CIA's Graham Fuller: One of the early advocates of using Muslim Brotherhood & Gülen Cemaat to advance US foreign policy."

Graham Fuller also leads to the Boston Bombing Chechen brothers.
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx

"He would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies. When asked in court whether she knew that Lord Astor had denied having sex with her.

“I think it would be a good idea” Ghandi, when asked about Western Civilisation.

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