- When the Zabbatean Zionists created the modern state
of Israel they also made plans for the creation of an anti-Israel "force"
in the Middle East that would be used to destroy their experiment of modern
Israel. The Zabbatean Zionists would be both the creators and indirect
destroyers of the state of Israel. Nowadays inner Zabbatean Zionists are
activating the "self-destruction" mechanism of modern Israel;
their plan is to bring a Turkish muslim dictator as a ruler of Turkey,
a Muslim Hitler-like destroyer, a Turkish Bin Laden who will unite the
various factions in Turkey and lead them to the old glory they once knew.
Presently the invisible rulers of Turkey are not real Turks but rather
infiltrated secular "Turks" who are the secret followers of
the anti-Mohammed and anti-Christ prophet Zabbatai Zevi, who was the founder
of the Turkish Donmeh Zabbatean sect and of the Zabbataean movement in
- In Turkey books such as Mein Kampf (of Hitler), The Protocols
of the Elders of Zion, and The International Jew are freely displayed and
sold in kiosk stands all over Turkey. Those books are not found for sale
in the bookstores of USA and Europe and someone has to look for them in
underground outlets, yet in Turkey those anti-Jewish books are best-sellers
and can be obtained from anywhere and at cheap prices. Not only this, but
newspapers in Turkey have the total unrestricted freedom to publish any
kind of anti-Semetic, anti-Jewish, and anti-Israeli articles and commentaries.
A fact that made Schily, the German Interior Minister, say this past May
during a press conference: "If the Turkish government does not have
the necessary [antisemitism] laws, they should creat them." Schily
did not say if this was one of the prerequisite for Turkey's admittance
- All this in a country like Turkey that has very close
military and economic relations with Israel and considers Israel to be
its ally in the Middle East. However, according to Zabbatean Zionist plans,
the "force" that would be able to destroy Israel has to rise
now and made ready to destroy their "house-of-cards" in Palestine,
which is sometime in the next ten or fifteen years when World War III is
ignited in the Middle East. Israel was created just after WW II for the
purpose of another great war, that of WW III; when it starts then Israel,
having accomplished its mission, can be disposed of like an old rag, this
according to their plans--which may come to pass or may not.
- The invisible secular rulers of modern Turkey (most belonging
secretly to the Donmeh Zabbatean sect) know perfectly well that the Genocide
of the Armenians was real, but they are doing everything in their power
to hide, deny and supress that fact. Why? because they are afraid that
their cover would blow up and they are going to be discovered as belonging
to the ones who planned and organized that Genocide. A Turkish nationalist
columnist, Selcuk Duzgun, recently wrote: "Wherever we turn we see
impure, false converts. Whichever stone you turn over [in Turkey], there
is a 'Jew' under it." Needless to say, a second holocaust of the Jews
is on the horizon; those who executed so well the Armenian Genocide are
capable of repeating the same--this time with the Jews as their victims.
The Turks did not disappoint the planners and organizerers of the Armenian
Genocide, neither they will with the second holocaust of the Jews.
- A secular liberal Turkish columnist, Sakir Suter, wrote
in June 24, 2004 concerning the Turkish Jews: "They have an obligation
to show us that they are distanced from the terror [he means the war with
the Kurds] that resulted in the death of thousands in Turkey... and that
the Jews are not 'plotting' against us together with the [Kurdish] elements
in northern Iraq." First it was the false accusation that the Armenians
were collaborating with the Russians during WW 1, and now the same accusation
is being directed to the Jews as collaborators with the Kurds against Turkey.
It is the same old Genocide plan that is being revamped; there is nothing
new under the sun. In the same article, Sakir writes directing his speech
to Jews of Israel: "We, on our part, are offering one last chance
before officially and openly declaring that the Jews are our 'enemy.' ...
we have reached such a juncture that... millions in Turkey are all too
eager to pour out to the streets and cry out: Death to Zionism!"
- This antisemitiam is becoming a serious matter in Turkey;
a mass movement like 1930s Germany. In an interview published in April
4, 2005, in Turkish newspaper Vatan, Rusen Cakie asks Barry Jacobs, the
American Jewish Committee's director of Strategic Studies in the Office
of Government and International Affairs, "Do you think anti-Americanism
and anti-Semitism are at serious levels [in Turkey]?" Jacob's answer
in part: "Yes, it's very grave. In fact, this is due to the recent
rise in nationalism in Turkey. We see this nationalism in the Turkish military
which has a very deeply rooted relationship with the American military,
in the [Turkish] government and all the [Turkish] political parties."
- As to the assessment of the status of the Turkish-American
relations; Jacob's answer: "The relations are going through a difficult
period. It would be exaggerated to say that this is a crisis, but in the
past seven or eight months there have been serious problems. The American
administration is disturbed by the increase in anti-American, anti-Western,
anti-Israel, and anti-Semitic [manifestations] in Turkey, especially in
- The Turkish Prof. Dr. Ihsan Dagi has said in an interview
published on February 28, 2005, in Turkish daily Radikal that "a new
alliance is being created" in Turkey, and there is "a search
for a new national unity in Turkey." The Professor explains: "It
is a new and broad alliance against the Jews and the Donme, who are [said
to] secretly plotting not only in the world but also in Turkey, who control
Turkey and who need to be stopped...In this alliance you have groups from
AKP (the current ruling part), the Left, Kemalists, the Republican People's
Party (the current opposition party), Alevi, a whole world of people."
from nationalistic-conservative and political Islam circles to the leftist
and secular circles. Nationalism and radical Islam in Turkey have found
a common ground in anti-Semitism.
- Abdurrahim Karakoç, a columnist at the Islamic
newspaper Vakit wrote in Aug. 17, 2004: "It was Hitler yesterday,
and it is Osama bin Laden today." And may I add it is a Turkish Ben
Laden tomorrow ruling over Turkey. It is clear now that this coming October
there is not going to be any EU accession talks with Turkey until the present
constitutional crisis is somehow solved. We read in a June 4, 2005 article
in Economist: "There are, indeed, disturbing signs that Mr Erdogan
may be pandering to a recent upsurge in nationalism that is being fanned
both by anti-Turkish sentiment in Europe and by the country's hawkish generals,
whose power may be eroded by EU reforms."
- Turkey eventually will move away from Europe toward nationalism
and aspire to become a great power again with a close solidarity with other
muslim nations. She will choose the path of Anti-Zionism and advocate the
destruction of Israel, this attitude or option alone will guarantee her
a leading role in the Islamic world, specially among the Arab states and
those of Central Asia: Their original homeland.
- This article was written recently by Jack Manuelian and
it is not copy righted.