How the mosaic of Ergenekon terror gang was created

[The following article documents the inner workings of the Deep State/Gladio CIA mindset.  Diverse groups are brought together in common purpose, to save the homeland, where they come under direct manipulation by the secret government agencies.  Key leaders, the most active and “well-heeled” leaders, advance the secret plans, which have little to do with “saving the homeland.”  Usually, the different groups, who have nothing else in common, submerge their interests within the group whole.  This pattern of manipulation holds true for every country, within every resistance movement are the seeds of its own destruction.  If aware leaders do not keep these subversive elements in check they mislead the movements in support of US goals.]

How the mosaic of Ergenekon terror gang was



Suspects motivated to save country

Attorney Yusuf Alataş, who has taken on many cases involving political figures, has said the founders of Ergenekon probably had a common motivation — “to save the country.”

“For them, the country is about to be occupied or has already been occupied, and it has to be saved,” he explained, adding that right-wing people in the organization were convinced that communists would seize the country, left-wingers were convinced that imperialists would seize the country and secular-minded people were convinced that Shariah would replace the current regime.

“So even people who would never be able to get along came together in the same organization, probably without even knowing each other. Only the upper-rank coordinators who used them knew who was who.”

Indicating that the Ergenekon organization is not new, Alataş said it is based on Gladio, a code name denoting the clandestine NATO stay-behind operation in Italy after World War II. In Italy in the 1970s, it was discovered that explosives used in an attack that killed three gendarmes in Pateano came from an arms depot belonging to a secret organization. As the investigation developed, the existence of an organization named Gladio was discovered. In the course of the ensuing investigation, more than 600 Gladio members, including two people who had served as prime minister and president, were exposed.

According to journalist and writer Nazlı Ilıcak, Ergenekon was involved in creating a suitable atmosphere to curb the rise of the religiously minded Welfare Party (RP), which has since been shut down by the Constitutional Court.

“A campaign led by the military used the media, civil society groups and academics as tools to spread propaganda,”

“It’s hard to understand the links that brought unrelated people together in the Ergenekon case. These will be understood with the release of the prosecutor’s indictment. If a prosecutor feels the need to search the home of Kanadoğlu, that means he has serious reasons for it. There seem to be mutual ideals to unite these people,” he said.

Journalist Celal Kazdağlı, who investigated the “deep state,” reiterated the idea that the detentions show that those people came together because they shared the same purpose.

“They do not necessarily have to know each other. There are ideologues who plan the big picture, and there are pawns to be used. Everyone does his or her own thing in the operation.”