Turkey Accuses CIA-FBI of Coup Involvement as Protestors Demand Closure of NATO Base

Two top U.S. intelligence bodies are being accused in an indictment of providing training to followers of the alleged mastermind behind the failed coup in Turkey: "The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provided training in several subjects to the cadre belonging to the Gulen movement," the indictment was quoted as saying.Also, thousands of protesters marched to US-NATO Incirlik Base in Adana, Turkey, demanding its closure for its role in the failed coup attempt.

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Crowdfunded News Start-Up (Newsbud) Nails NBC for Planting CIA Intel During Turkey Coup

 Newsbud Breaking News: Turkey’s Coup Plotters are Members of NATO’s Rapid Deployable Corps

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42 Helicopters, 12 destroyers of Turkey missing after coup

Turkey scrambles fighter jets after reported sighting of missing vessels

Turkey's prosecutor includes CIA, FBI in coup allegations

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Turkey has intelligence cleric Gulen could flee United States: justice minister

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  1. chuck70 says:

    Thanks Spiro ! Keep up the good work !! Let YOUR light shine !

  2. Mandela says:

    I must confess that I wondered what Sibel was smoking or if she’d moved up to quintuple espressos when she was ranting about how the Turkish people might rise up and demand that NATO bases and personnel be closed down and evacuated from the country. I guess that I’ve been living in the west too long to believe that masses of people could stand so tall against power.

    This in concert with many other observations makes it clear that the forces of opposition are gaining traction in ways that it never has before. Deep understanding of how things really work, which in the past one had to really search for, now pop up in the most unlikely places and in ways that were never even hinted at during the occupy movement. The incredibly expensive and professionally produced 3 day Democratic infomercial, I mean convention, has not registered any measurable bump in the polls for Hillary despite painting her as the perfect mix of General Patton and Mother Theresa, with academy award winning performances by many. They have lost the ability to manufacture consent. They have lost credibility with a rapidly growing segment of the population. A major bomb in their plans would be if enough of Bernie’s supporters went to Jill Stein to reach the 15% threshold in the polls necessary to qualify her to join the debates. While there is much that she doesn’t get, she still can articulate Hillary’s warts with much greater strength than Bernie did.
    Bottom line, such changes could not happen without people such as those on this site fighting to generate widespread understanding of what the deep state is, how it operates, and how we can take part in helping to gradually dismantle it.

  3. VoiceOf Arabi says:

    Nice work NewsBud Team…

    It is clear that the coup in Turkey had fathers (maybe multiple), and you will have to be blind not to see that…

    But it is also clear that Erdogan had an early warning about this (possibly tacit knowledge), if anything, by reading those reports you have highlighted..

    So, the question is…. why did he not stop it before it happens (that’s what happens normally in middle eastern countries).. a crack down… Instead, Erdogan chose to allow the coup to unfold, and then crackdown … I understand the value he gets by doing that, but how come he was so sure that he can stop it in its track?? Why would anyone take such a high risk??

    My reading into the coup…. Turkey, Saudi and Qatar were tasked to change the regime in Syria.. they failed over 5 years period.. so, heads had to roll… Started in Qatar (which is under new management), followed by Saudi (new prince MbinSalman will be the next King), and finally Turkey will have a new head (someone from the Gulen camp.)

    Once that’s done… have a go again at the Greater Middle East plan…..

  4. Olivier says:

    The Reuters article

    “Turkey scrambles fighter jets after reported sighting of missing vessels”
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-turkey-security-boats-idUSKCN1002C4

    contains this sentence:
    “Officials have said no military equipment remains unaccounted for. ”

    So, the way I read this is:
    “We went to see, and they were still there”

  5. Olivier says:

    About the 42 helicopters:

    The sputniknews article “42 Helicopters Missing in Turkey Sparking Concerns of a Second Coup Attempt”
    refers to a CNN anchor, Serdar Tuncer, having tweeted this on the 16th of July:
    https://web.archive.org/web/20160717200844/https:/twitter.com/Yaziyor/status/754464518449795073

    Somebody in Japan (might it be James?) was smart enough to archive it. ’cause the original tweet is gone. I see a pattern!

    • Olivier says:

      On second thought not so sure about the archiver.. it’s just that there are Japanese twitter characters on the archived tweet. Not highly relevant.. 😉

  6. Olivier says:

    So how significant is it that the coup plotters were in NATO?

    Don’t we have an implication
    “Turkish soldier, therefore NATO soldier”?
    so that basically ANY Turkish military plot is in the end a NATO plot?

    Shouldn’t the line of attack somehow be: “Foreign NATO members involved!” ?

    In that sense, the focus on Incerlik is relevant because Incerlik is
    “a facility that hosts most of the 2,500 U.S. military personnel stationed in Turkey ”
    http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-turkey-coup-20160717-snap-story.html

    Maybe a case along those lines can be made for the rapid deployment corps?

  7. Olivier says:

    I assume the Newsbud sources about the Campbell connection were specifically knowledgeable about the media role that Campbell has?

    As in: That the sources would not have been influenced by the earlier reporting that he was the instigator of the whole operation?:
    http://www.yenisafak.com/en/news/us-commander-campbell-the-man-behind-the-failed-coup-in-turkey-2499245

    In which case there’s two independent sources pointing to Campbell. Am I assuming correctly?

  8. Olivier says:

    Does

    “The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) provided training in several subjects to the cadre belonging to the Gulen movement”

    imply

    “Turkey Accuses CIA-FBI of Coup Involvement”?

    Strictly speaking it would depend on the subject and the timing of that training.

    Does anybody know the text surrounding this sentence in the indictment? The sentence as such is what Sibel would call a non-accusation accusation.

  9. Olivier says:

    This looks like the somewhat abstracted summary of the last six years:
    1. Erdogan gets irritated with NATO/Israel, and doesn’t hide it.
    2. NATO starts pondering about a Turkey without Erdogan, and makes that clear.
    3. Erdogan in return starts pondering about a Turkey without the NATO, and makes it clear.
    4. NATO decides to have a Turkey without Erdogan, and fails at the first attempt
    5. Erdogan decides to have a Turkey without NATO, and gets rid of the NATO-Gülen-scientologists surrounding him.
    6 anybody?

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