The Zionist regime and the Jewish lobby groups around the western world have been demonizing president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his so-called “Islamist” ruling AKP party since Erdogan called Israeli president Shimon Peres mass murderer at World Economic Forum in Davos in 2009.
“When it comes to killing, you know well how to kill. And I think that it is very wrong. I remember the children who died on beaches. I remember two former prime ministers who said they felt very happy when they were able to enter Palestine on tanks,” Erdogan told the war criminal Peres.
Since Gen. Mustafa Kemal (a Doenmeh aka Crypto-Jew) abolished the Ottoman Empire in late 1920s, the so-called “modern Turkey” has been ruled by Donmeh and Turkish secularist elites with the help of a Kemalist-controlled army.
Önder Sığırcıkoğlu, a 19-year veteran of Turkey’s Intelligence Agency MIT, who was handed a 20-year sentence for opposing MIT intelligence sharing with CIA and Mossad on Syria. After 32 months incarceration at Osmaniye prison, Sığırcıkoğlu made his escape to Syria while being transferred to another facility. In a recent interview, Sığırcıkoğlu criticized Erdogan’s Syrian policy while claiming that Turkey is still run by the Crypto Jews behind the scene.
As the campaign against Syria expanded, planes brought in thousands of murderers and jihadis to Hatay from where they were dispatched over Yayladağı and Reyhanlı to Syria to commit further massacres, says Sığırcıkoğlu: “It was a daily routine. Thousands were brought to Turkey illegally, without passports, from undisclosed points of origin; and they were helped across the border into Syria. Some of it I witnessed, some I was directly involved in. An agency charged with upholding security was working to undermine security in another country. I had lost all faith in my job. Shiploads of weapons arrived at Iskenderun port, were loaded in containers and transported by trucks to Reyhanlı to be slipped into Syria. I didn’t want to be a part of it. So I took a stance regardless of personal consequences.”
Weapons were primarily brought in by ship. Sığırcıkoğlu remembers seeing a lot of armament that had previously been used in Libya. “There appeared to be a preference for brands from non-EU countries. Weapons of Albanian or former Yugoslavian origin were brought in, for example, and were dealt out to salafi terror gangs.” Indeed, I personally saw reports that mentioned I.K.86 bullets. I.K. is the acronym for Igman-Konyits, former Yugoslavian weapons and munitions factory in present-day Bosnia.
“All transportation and transfers were organized by MIT Adana Regional Directorate, under full knowledge of the then regional director Nihat B. and his deputy Mücahittin K. But there have been occasions when Ankara bypassed the regional directorate and carried out some operations over one-to-one connections with figures on the ground,” Sığırcıkoğlu states.
In 2010, Turkey’s first Islamist prime minister and political mentor of Erdogan, professor Necmettin Erbakan, claimed that the ruling AKP is controlled by the world Zionism.
“Why on earth did the AK Party give a ‘go ahead’ to the membership of Israel in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and not block membership? Why did the government consent to multi-billion dollars worth of defense contracts with Israeli firms? Erdoğan says ‘one-minute’ to Peres during Davos but conducts business as usual with the Zionist state. This is hypocrisy,” Erbakan said.