Turkish opinion polls show that Erdogan and the AKP might lose the parliamentary and presidential elections scheduled for 2023, despite Erdogan controlling all mass media in the country. This would likely mean that the country would get its first Alevi president in Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the chairperson of the social democratic, post-Kemalist CHP (Republican People’s Party). This in turn would open the way for mass Aliyah (emigration) to Israel of tens of millions of Alawites, Alevis, Alians, Bektashis (including Sabbateans), Yarsanis and Yezidis. Would Turkey become a liberal democracy? Most likely not, but the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet would be firmly back in charge and this time for good. The electoral system is an excellent example of how Erdogan is not in full control of the country but rather shares control of the state with the Derin Devlet. It is indeed paradoxical how Erdogan is the dictator while at the same he does not control the electoral system in a country that holds free and fair elections. Turkey is probably the only dictatorship on earth that holds free and fair elections. It is said in Turkey that Erdogan’s electoral fortunes are connected to the economic growth in the country and that the slowdown in economic growth has indeed lessened his popularity. If Erdogan and the AKP were to lose the elections, this would indeed conclude 20 years of intense power struggle between the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet and the Muslim Brotherhood controlled AKP.