Behind the CIA's Failed Coup in Turkey: Was It Only a Dry Run?

from the Corbett Report:

“…As we predicted last year, the deep state coup against Erdogan finally materialized last weekend…but it fizzled out almost as quickly as it arrived. So what are we to make of this would-be putsch? Did Erdogan allow it to happen in order to further cement his control on the rebound? Or was this merely a trial run for the real CIA/NATO/Gulenist coup yet to come? And what role do the Turkish people play in all of this? Joining us today to dissect the mayhem is Sibel Edmonds and Spiro Skouras of Newsbud.com….”


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Jul 21, 2016 5:20 AM

I’m totally floored by what my alternative media has ‘not’ been telling me. Yes, alt media, together with mainstream media, has been for some time reporting on Turkey’s demands to the US to hand Gulan over, but never have those same reports explained to us the details we just heard here on this show about Gulan. Thanks to Sibil, I now have a better look at who the players are. Although we, with right values, should be careful to not applaud Erdogan’s cunning and morally sound maneuver that allowed the coup to start, supposing that he had info from Russian intelligence. Did that not lead to much bloodshed? Although, I have to admit, How would Erdogan show the world that the CIA/Gulan forces were indeed behind this? How would we show the world that all these secular segments of society arrested by Erdogan were actually individuals slipped into Turkish society,… Read more »

Skip Patel
Skip Patel
Jul 20, 2016 10:33 PM

Erdogan is a very dangerous creature who has brought untold misery to the Turkish nation.
However……since you have proposed CIA involvement in the stranger than fiction “attempted coup” (and I agree with you 100%), read this:
“The Tale of Uncle Tsarnaev, CIA Chief Graham Fuller and a Turkish Islamist Who Lives in USA.”

Jul 21, 2016 5:23 AM
Reply to  Skip Patel

I’d be careful about what asset Fuller conveys.
*This site needs some sort of edit feature.

Jul 21, 2016 7:15 AM
Reply to  Arby
Jul 20, 2016 10:24 PM

Reblogged this on The Most Revolutionary Act and commented:
I can’t imagine a military coup anywhere leaving the CIA out. It’s like not inviting your best friend to a party.

Jul 20, 2016 7:51 PM

Whatever anyone else MIGHT have intended or done – I can be certain of what I use the event for. Not in terms of defining a narrative for anyone else – for that is their freedom – but to recognize and use what is meaningful and relevant to me for my purposes. A volatility of shifting ‘alliances’ masking assets in power struggle that operates at expense of whatever Human Life might unfold to become should it be given nurture and succour to so become. Power struggle that stretches back into conditionings that are deeper than our history can recollect – but re-enacted over and over and over without any real ‘evolution’ of the core separation trauma that the power struggle embody in a kind of insane or negatively reinforcing pattern. My willingness for embracing Life on Earth is toward the recognition of a call to evolve beyond hate-fuelled vengeance –… Read more »