Monday, August 27, 2012


Turkish prime minister Recep Erdogan.

Is the Turkish prime minister corrupt?

In a cable written in 2004, former US Ambassador Eric Edelman wrote:

“We have heard from two contacts that Erdogan has eight accounts in Swiss banks.

"His explanations that his wealth comes from the wedding presents guests gave his son and that a Turkish businessman is paying the educational expenses of all four Erdogan children in the U.S. purely altruistically are lame."

Erdogan (left) attends a CIA - al Qaeda gathering in Libya.

Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Çiçek, commenting on the WikiLeaks documents, said they were released with the purpose of creating tension between nations and politicians.

Wikileaks, which reportedly is run by the CIA, exposed the US cables that claim that Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan has eight Swiss bank accounts with hundreds of millions of dollars.

PM Erdoğan vows to pursue legal action against WikiLeaks claims /
US cables claim Turkish PM Erdoğan has eight Swiss bank accounts

Erdogan with his Jewish classmate Rafael Sadi. They studied economics together.

"Views differ as to Erdogan's personal complicity in the various corruption scandals of his administration, but there are few who would deny that 'where there is smoke, there is fire.'

"And while it is certainly possible that the prosecution of the cases against Erdogan may have been politically motivated, the public evidence and what we have heard from Istanbul contacts in a position to know point to an extensive pattern of corruption."

Origin Consulate Istanbul (Turkey)
Cable time Fri, 14 Mar 2003 14:11 UTC
Classification CONFIDENTIAL

Is Erdogan a billionaire?

Rahmi Koc (one of Turkey’s wealthiest man) stated: "Mr Erdogan has one billion dollars." ( 2001, CNN)

Corruption Record of Tayyip Erdogan.

"Erdogan bought a dry cargo ship for his son Ahmet Burak Erdogan for $2,323,000...

"His other son Bilal Erdoan bought an apartment in the US for $216,000.

"In addition, these two brothers own a villa worth of 1 trillion TL ...Erdogan bought a 450 square-foot similar villa in the same area for himself."

Corruption Record of Tayyip Erdogan.

Gulen and friend.

On 6 August 2011, The Economist reported on the friend of Erdogan, who is friendly towards Israel (A hard act to follow).

This friend of Erdogan, Fethullah Gulen, reportedly has links to heroin. (Funded by Heroin Via the CIA ...)

"These days the religious teacher who wields most influence over the Turks is Fethullah Gulen," says The Economist.

In 2010, nine Turks, taking supplies to Gaza, were killed by Israeli commandos.

Gulen said it was partly the Turkish side's fault: the flotilla should not have defied Israel.

Gulen lives in America and has been accused of having links to the CIA.

The Gulen movement "forms the apex of a huge conglomerate that includes NGOs, firms, newspapers and college dormitories in Turkey, plus schools across the world."


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