Exposed: Deep State Ties to the Failed Turkish Coup

H/t reader squodgy:

“Now Wikileaks expose US link to attempted coup against Erdogan in Turkey…..with jewish Murderer
Henry Kissinger right in the middle.”

Hmmh.


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Exposed: Deep State Ties to the Failed Turkish Coup:

Emails released by WikiLeaks describe recent activities of the American deep state. Of note is a statement by Henry Kissinger about President Erdogan six months before a failed coup against the Turkish leader:

Kissinger felt it was a “fantasy” to think Erdogan could become pro-Western, since he is very pro-Islamic.

The quote is from a leaked email entitled Turkey and ISIS (Defense Policy Board) sent to Hillary Clinton Advisor, Jake Sullivan, on January 17, 2016. The sixteen-point memo is intended to alert the Clinton campaign of the Defense Policy Board’s conclusion that President Erdogan is persona non grata.

Henry Kissinger is famous for the statement that “power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.” He has proven experience exercising that power while removing uncooperative heads of state.

After serving on the Defense Policy Board (DPB) for decades, 93-year-old Kissinger is the ranking elder of the council. He expressed the consensus of the group when he called the Turkish President anti-Western. For Erdogan it could have been the kiss of death.

When Henry Kissinger was the National Security Advisor, Socialist President Salvador Allende of Chile died in a military coup followed by mass killings and arrests. Later, when Kissinger was the Secretary of State, a similar coup occurred in Argentina followed by a military dictatorship. Clearly, bad things happen when Henry Kissinger thinks a foreign leader is anti-Western.

Kissinger is not the only member of the DPB with experience removing foreign leaders. This leaked memo from the State Department announced the addition of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to the group. Her trophies include the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, and sanctions imposed on Iraq that starved hundreds of thousands of people. She later described those actions as “worth it.”

The author of the email, Stu Eizenstat, is a former Ambassador to the European Union and a former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury under Bill Clinton. He could not have known that his email would inform the public that U.S. decision makers discussed actions against President Erdogan six months before the failed coup.

Attorney Eizenstat’s memo reads like a court room indictment against the Turkish leader:

Turkey is a very difficult ally. Prime Minister Erdogan has taken Turkey in a more Islamic direction,

Erdogan was driving the country to the brink of civil conflict

His top priority and ours are different. Ours is fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq. His is combating the PKK.

He has acted provocatively in recent weeks… these types of actions have the risk of drawing in the U.S.

Erdogan believes the U.S. needs Turkey more than Turkey needs the U.S. There was a division in the Board of how to deal with this problem.

Eizenstat suggests that plans were discussed to use economic warfare and covert actions to “help” the Turkish President to understand that he “needs” America.

Along with most other world leaders, Erdogan has made many attempts to stay on the good side of the power-elite in Washington. The foreign leaders are motivated by videos showing Saddam Hussein hanging from the end of a rope and Ghaddafi being beaten and killed by a mob.

Kissinger is not the only member of the DPB with experience removing foreign leaders. This leaked memo from the State Department announced the addition of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to the group. Her trophies include the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, and sanctions imposed on Iraq that starved hundreds of thousands of people. She later described those actions as “worth it.”

The author of the email, Stu Eizenstat, is a former Ambassador to the European Union and a former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury under Bill Clinton. He could not have known that his email would inform the public that U.S. decision makers discussed actions against President Erdogan six months before the failed coup.

Attorney Eizenstat’s memo reads like a court room indictment against the Turkish leader:

Turkey is a very difficult ally. Prime Minister Erdogan has taken Turkey in a more Islamic direction,

Erdogan was driving the country to the brink of civil conflict

His top priority and ours are different. Ours is fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq. His is combating the PKK.

He has acted provocatively in recent weeks… these types of actions have the risk of drawing in the U.S.

Erdogan believes the U.S. needs Turkey more than Turkey needs the U.S. There was a division in the Board of how to deal with this problem.

Eizenstat suggests that plans were discussed to use economic warfare and covert actions to “help” the Turkish President to understand that he “needs” America.

Along with most other world leaders, Erdogan has made many attempts to stay on the good side of the power-elite in Washington. The foreign leaders are motivated by videos showing Saddam Hussein hanging from the end of a rope and Ghaddafi being beaten and killed by a mob.

Other nations have also decided that they must fight or face destruction. These include Syria, Iran, Russia, and China among others. Ordinary people in those nations have seen the misery of the Libyans and the Iraqi’s and they would rather die than accept a similar fate.

Like the Turks, they are forced to fight because of failed foreign interventions that do not reflect the will of the people of the United States.

The American deep state has created tens of millions of enemies for the United States, and Hillary Clinton is their hand-picked choice for President.

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