Is MBS the Ataturk of Arabia?

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud (MBS) did not initiate the process of liberalization and secularization in Saudi Arabia but he has certainly spearheaded it. MBS has proceeded methodically in promoting a feminist agenda of enfranchising women in Saudi Arabia. He has been much maligned and has been accused of being a psychopath and abusingContinue reading “Is MBS the Ataturk of Arabia?”

The New Agenda of the Derin Devlet

The upcoming visit by Israeli president Isaac Herzog to Ankara is a clear sign that the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet deep state domestic intelligence apparatus  has gained the upper hand in the power struggle with Muslim Brotherhood intelligence within the MIT (National Intelligence Organization) and other state organs. Turkish foreign policy has for long been underContinue reading “The New Agenda of the Derin Devlet”

Erdogan and the Derin Devlet

The Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet deep state domestic intelligence apparatus in Turkey has roots in the Young Turks regime, some of whose members were Sabbateans. The Young Turks originated in the then Ottoman city of Thessaloniki (now in Greece) which was also the center of the Sabbatean subdenomination of the Bektashi order, one of nine denominationsContinue reading “Erdogan and the Derin Devlet”

Understanding the Sabbateans

While the Derin Devlet deep state domestic intelligence apparatus in Turkey is controlled by members of the Sabbatean subdenomination of Bektashism (one of nine denominations of core Median Judaism) is there no question that the Derin Devlet also effectively controls the Sabbatean community. No researchers obviously have access to the Sabbatean community other than ifContinue reading “Understanding the Sabbateans”

Does the Derin Devlet Believe in Kemalism?

The Derin Devlet has its roots in the Young Turks but was founded by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who was Sabbatean as evidenced by the fact that he was educated in a Sabbatean school in Thessaloniki, then the geographic center of the Sabbatean community and part of the Ottoman Empire. All pupils in the Ottoman EmpireContinue reading “Does the Derin Devlet Believe in Kemalism?”

Behind Erdogan’s Paranoia

The Erdogan regime’s arrest of two Israeli bus drivers who are married to each other and who were vacationing in Turkey is an indication of the Erdogan regime’s paranoia about the strategic control the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet deep state domestic intelligence apparatus maintains over the country. The Derin Devlet controls the state, the military andContinue reading “Behind Erdogan’s Paranoia”

Dual Tracks for Alevi Freedom

Israel fears officially recognizing Alevis and other Median Jews as Jewish and eligible for immigration to Israel due the concern that the Muslim Brotherhood-controlled Crypto-Islamist AKP regime will impose severe obstacles to Alevi and other Median Jewish Aliyah (immigration) to Israel. This is a well-founded fear as Erdogan does not want Alevis and other MedianContinue reading “Dual Tracks for Alevi Freedom”

Erdogan Plans a Second Holocaust

Erdogan is notorious for his hatred of Alevis and the revelation less than a decade ago that Alevis are Jews has only exacerbated the hatred the Anti-Semitic Erdogan holds for the Alevi people. Alevis make up the vast majority of Median Jews in Turkey with the rest being Alawites, Alians, Bektashis (including Sabbateans), Yarsanis andContinue reading “Erdogan Plans a Second Holocaust”

What Erdogan Thinks of Ataturk

Pictures of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881-1938), the Sabbatean founder of the Republic of Turkey are still ubiquitous in Turkey and Erdogan (b. 1954) himself frequently appears with a picture of Ataturk in the background. What then are Erdogan’s genuine views on Ataturk?  Erdogan must profoundly hate Ataturk for Ataturk represents secularism, the very antithesis ofContinue reading “What Erdogan Thinks of Ataturk”

The Kemalist Politics of Turkey

Turkey has a complex political system just under the surface. The two main forces are the Crypto-Sabbatean Derin Devlet (Turkish for ‘Deep State’) and the Muslim Brotherhood Crypto-Islamist AKP. Turkey has been characterized by undercover intelligence warfare since 2003, indeed intense power struggle between the two camps which both purport to be so-called “Kemalists”. InContinue reading “The Kemalist Politics of Turkey”

Letting Turkey’s Median Jews Leave for Israel

Turkey’s minority Median Jewish population (Alawites, Alevis, Alians, Bektashis [including Sabbateans], Yarsanis and Yezidis) numbers in the doubles digits percentage of the Turkish population and the AKP regime will no doubt close its borders to Jewish emigration to Israel if Israel officially recognizes Turkey’s Median Jewish population as eligible for Aliyah (immigration) to Israel. ThereContinue reading “Letting Turkey’s Median Jews Leave for Israel”

Liberalization without Suppressing Religion

Secularism in Turkey and Iran during the 20th century was anti-religious in actively trying to limit the extent of religion in society. This led to a backlash in Islamists coming to power. The secularization policies of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi were in this sense clearly counterproductive. However, their respective heritage remains aliveContinue reading “Liberalization without Suppressing Religion”