Parallel structure will become U.S.'s internal threat - HASAN ÖZTÜRK

Parallel structure will become U.S.'s internal threat

“The parallel structure is now America's Problem” was the title for Star daily's Editor-in-Chief Nuh Albayrak's article yesterday.

He says in the article, “I do not know whether America is aware of the quiet and deep invasion,” as he comments on the provocations the parallel structure members commit with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Democratic Union Party (PYD) supporters.

Mentioning the information the Amsterdam Law Office provided he says, “The parallel structure will become the U.S.'s internal threat.”

Yeni Şafak daily's Editor-in-Chief İbrahim Karagül, who accompanied President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on his Washington trip, had recently written that the parallel structure would first become “foreign power,” then a “foreign threat” and then an “internal threat” for the countries they inhabited.

For example, he had written the following on the interviews Fethullah Gülen, the leader of the parallel structure, gave to the media organizations of neo-con groups:

“The parallel structure... is overwhelmingly becoming reliant on actors outside of Turkey. Forming alliances with them is turning into an 'if we couldn't topple the government from inside then let's do it from the outside' situation.

Well what will happen if it continues this way?

You will become a coalition element of the front against Turkey... it becomes a 'foreign power' by unifying with its foreign partners.” (Jan. 20, 2014, Yeni Şafak)

In his Feb. 6 article Karagül points out that Germany started to question the parallel structure after the NSA wiretappings as he says, “Europe says that the debates on the structure are now more than Turkey's issue and is becoming an 'internal issue.'





Initially being an 'internal threat' and then a 'foreign threat,' the parallel structure is now in the Red Book under the title 'National Security Threat.'”

It is being questioned by countries outside of Turkey. Thus it is becoming an “internal threat” for those countries too.

WHAT DOES THE PARALLEL STRUCTURE MEAN FOR U.S.

The clues the U.S. received from the Amsterdam Law Office gives us a message at this point. Of course Turkey informs the countries it deals with. If the parallel structure's lawlessness, how it uses legal loopholes and its “legal robberies” are proved then they will become an “internal threat” for America.

Time is passing very fast for the parallel structure. The truth about them is revealed in Turkey and in the countries they live.

The world's doomsday is near!

FETÖ-PKK are sitting closely

Emre Uslu was dreaming of becoming an undersecretary of the National Intelligence Organization (MİT). He was one of the important figures of the parallel structure within the police force. It was said that his relations with MOSSAD were extremely good. Uslu left Turkey for the U.S. because of the allegations about him. He was lying low for a while, until we saw him posing under the People's Protection Units (YPG) flag with a big grin on his face on the streets of Washington.

We knew the answer for “Does the parallel structure have any relation with the PKK terror organization?” Yet, we did not think it would be this explicit.

The guy attempted to protest President Erdoğan amongst a group of YPG terror organization supporters.

Dear sisters and brothers! This image is recorded in the darkest page of your book of deeds.

Shame on you!

Gülenists who repeatedly say 'We aren't one of them'

In 1988 while struggling for a prayer room in Ege University, Muslim Students began quarrelling with Marxists. During that brawl a few Gülenists were yelling “We aren't one of them” while pointing at the Muslim students.

This time the year is 2016, and they are in front of the Washington Brooks Institute. Gülenists are arm-in-arm with the Marxist PKK-PYD protesting President Erdoğan and saying “We aren't one of them” with their body language.

Prophet Muhammad says, “One is with the one he loves!”

I hope you Gülenists end up in hell with the PKK, and we end up with Erdoğan.

Why don't we welcome him saying 'We love you Erdoğan'

What about we all welcome President Erdoğan together?

Turkey sent him off to Washington saying, “We love Erdoğan”

Hopefully he returns today...

I have a suggestion. Why don't we welcome him saying “We love you Erdoğan”

What do you say?

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