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Gary A. Frisina and Elias Alias: Turkey, Nukes, NATO, and the Clinton-Gulen Tandem

I received an email from Gary A. Frisina recently in which he asked why I had not covered the July 2016 attempted coup in Turkey. Gary had seen a few articles online indicating something might be askew in mainstream reportage of that coup attempt, and wrote to point out that the reporting itself bears investigation. I replied to Gary, saying that in today’s modern welfare-warfare America one cannot possibly keep track of all the messes popping up all over the place every day. I simply said to him that I had not had time to investigate that coup attempt, and I put the ball back in his court by asking him to do some footwork for me in rounding up articles for reference.  But I also recalled, to my credit, that I had indeed posted about Fethullah Gulen back in late July, 2016, using James Corbett’s coverage of the mysterious Imam-in-exhile who has resided in Pennsylvania under U.S. Government protection since, with Bill Clinton’s help, Gulen took up residence here. Gary dug up some links on his own, and soon I got another email from Gary and this time he noted the following:

“In my humble opinion, something we must not let slip under the radar is the “ military coup “ that took place in Turkey on July 15th. Whenever something on the news comes roaring in like a lion, and then there is heavy-duty SCRIPTED B.S. fed to us non-stop, but then it quietly goes out like a lamb, no longer even a blip on the radar-screen, my False-Flag-O-Meter gets to kickin’ in to overdrive…From the get-go, something just didn’t feel right in my gut, about the “ military coup “ against Erdogan.”

I certainly could agree with Gary on that statement. He  then stated:

“My suspicions were confirmed, on a personal level, the very next day by one of my co-workers. A woman that I happen to work with came here to the US many years ago. Her name is [redacted by EA], and we spent the better part of the next day after the “ coup “ talking about what was really going on. She still has family over there, so of course she was in constant communication with them that day and night, worrying about their safety and trying to find out what was truly going on.

“She told me ( and confirmed by her relatives ), that this was certainly not like any military coup seen in her country before. She was still living there during the coups of 1960, 1971, and 1980, and these were true military coups, in which the military took over, and straightened things out, arresting the corrupt presidents and cabinets at the time.”

At that point I decided to make some time to look more deeply into the coup with Gary. We found that some “liberty” websites were accusing Erdogan of staging the “coup” himself as a false-flag event, a “coup” he himself planned for the purpose of purging his administration and military of dissidents.. One such site ran their paranoid prognosis this way –

Is The US Government Setting Up To Murder Thousands Of Its Own Soldiers In A Repeat Of Benghazi, But This Time In Turkey?

Their opening paragraph reads:

“We covered earlier this week how Turkish President Erdogan used a false flag military “coup” to consolidate his own power, eliminate the remaining opposition, and rally support to himself and his perverted aim of rebuilding the Ottoman Menace into its former Empire. This “Ottoman dream” is a threat to the entire world because if Turkey successfully rebuilds itself into what Erdogan desires, and now there is no obstacle to stop him from doing so, the days of the 16th century will return with a great Muslim army, backed by the other Muslim nations, acting with a unified will to subjugate the world and try to destroy the Christian faith. All of the evils which the West fought against the Muslims when it was under Christendom will return with a vengeance.”

According to that report, Erdogan is the “bad guy”.  But they were not quoting the Associated Press or Reuters, so I took that with a grain of salt. Their next sentence, however, pinged my curiosity —

“This brings us to an interesting role, and that is of the US Government in this crisis, and, more importantly, the particular persons in power in the US government right now. I say this with regard to the US-Turkish military partnership at Incirlik Air Force Base in Eastern Turkey.”

Ah, yes! Incirlik is the base in Turkey where the United States and NATO have stashed some number of nukes, (more than fifty of those ballistic babies) and because of ISIS running rampant in the middle east and a coup attempt within the Turkish government, the security of those nukes could be in question. My interest was aroused, so I figured I’d better dig deeper. I went back to that earlier article I had posted from the Corbett Report and re-read it. While doing that, I also reviewed the video. You may wish to read that also, as it turns out now, in looking back, to have been a fortuitous posting. Check that article here:

Here is the feature video from that article, for your convenience.

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From that video we learned this —

“How did a Turkish cleric of humble origins who makes no public appearances and is seen by almost no one amass a global network of schools, TV and print media, a trade association and a bank, all operated from a compound in Pennsylvania despite having been wanted by the Turkish government for decades, and all without having a registered mail address, corporate registration or even a central bank account?

“For the answer, we need to look at the imam’s unlikely list of high-ranking accomplices. Like Bill Clinton, who gushed about Gulen at a “Friendship Dinner” hosted by the Turkish Cultural Center:

“By being here tonight you are contributing to a lasting peace and security at home and abroad. You’re contributing to the promotion of the ideals of tolerance and interfaith dialogue inspired by Fethullah Gulen and his transnational social movement.[…]” (Bill Clinton)

So Bill Clinton had a hand in settling Fethullah Gulen in Pennsylvania, and Gulen  would become a great friend to the Clinton Foundation — a friend who could contribute much, being a billionaire Islamist.

Since we were looking at Turkey, and because I’ve been a fan of an ex-FBI translator named Sibel Edmonds for many years, and also because the Corbett Report is one of the finest alternate news outlets on the WWW, and, finally, since I knew already that James Corbett works closely with Sibel Edmonds, I decided to start searching at the Corbett Report and at Sibel Edmonds’ site, Boiling Frogs Post.

A few hours later I had what Gary and I were seeking, and I’m satisfied that it’s very appropriate for sharing with our readers here. Here are a few things to ponder: What is Gulen’s relationship with the Clinton Foundation, the CIA, NATO, and the Israeli MOSSAD? Question: Is it possible that Fethullah Gulen played a role in the failed coup of July 15, 2016 in Turkey while living comfortably in Pennsylvania? I will now post some videos from James Corbett and Sibel Edmonds, and once the reader views them, I think the answer will be self-evident in anyone’s mind. Remember please, that Sibel Edmonds is an FBI whistleblower who has been placed under two Federal gag orders and still has the courage to speak out. As to why the mainstream media doesn’t want to share this sort of information with the American people, well, go figure, eh? Behold:

WikiLeaks, Hillary-Gulen Intimate Ties & How Clintons Gave Birth to Mullah Gulen’s Terrorist Network

August 12 2016 posted at Boiling Frogs YouTube —

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Next, please watch this one —

Ticking Time Bomb: Media Hypes Nuclear Threat in Turkey to Justify Action

Sibel Edmonds | August 17, 2016

The feature video from that August 17, 2016, article:

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And finally, please view this one —

Turkey’s NATO Exit & the New Turkey-Russia Alliance: A Turning Point in the Global Power Structure

Newsbud Roundtable presents Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett and Spiro Skouras. on August 19 2016

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I will close this by noting that central to the failed coup of July 15 2016 in Turkey are the following “players”: NATO, the U.S. government, the Clinton crime syndicate, several outfits from the world’s Intelligence community such as CIA and MOSSAD, and Fethullah Gulen, the Turkish billionaire Islamic Imam living grandly under official government protected security in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. As Sibel Edmonds has brought out, Turkey’s friendship with Russia is based on Turkey’s soured relationship with the U.S. government and CIA and NATO and the Clinton-Gulen tandem, which now are known to be the sponsors of the coup to overthrow the popular Turkish President Erdogan. Once again, the neo-con war-hawk-driven and repeatedly botched U.S. “secret foreign policy” has totally screwed up, and this time the blowback threatens to cost NATO the powerful nation named Turkey. Sibel says that could lead to a “domino-effect” as other nations left NATO. To me, that would be a darn good thing.

After some emails back and forth, in which we considered what we had learned by looking at the failed coup in Turkey, Gary wrote this to me –

“I refuse to be completely negative, and I firmly believe in Divine Intervention. God’s hand is at work in all of this, of course. But, I’m also a realist. Like our Founding Fathers, and the brave men and women of WW II, they believed in Divine Providence, but they also realized the task at hand. I think, if we are completely honest with ourselves, in our quiet moments, we realize that we have crossed the Rubicon. The Progressives/socialists/communists/Alinskyites/George Soros—again, whatever ya want to call ‘em, have waited over 100 years for these moments, and with all the crazy stuff that we’ve seen, and all the apparatus that has been put into place, I just don’t see them riding quietly off into the sunset.”

That much also sets us up to look into NATO, its infamous terrorist program called “Operation Gladio“, and what Sibel Edmonds is calling “Operation Gladio B”. The invisible, behind-the-scenes powers-that-be use ‘governments’ to structure this world’s geo-political/geo-strategic reality, and their government assets create the terrorism to preserve the power system. Question: Why is the United States still participating in the United Nations? Why is the United States still participating in NATO? Answer: Because the American people are not given the truth, have no understanding of the goings-on behind the scenes. As a people, America has been hypnotized by creature comforts, convenience, and constitutional concessions.

All of that is packaged on Wall Street and distributed via television and the Press, which are controlled by the very globalist socialist bankers who set atop the world’s economic apparatus.  As we learned when Franklin D. Roosevelt sat down with Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in 1945 to create the United Nations, Geo-Politics is a silent but deadly killer, and despite George Washington’s admonition that we steer clear of foreign intrigues, we as a compliant, somnambulistic hive-mind citizenry have invited Geo-Politics into our homes and lives without even seeing what we’ve allowed to own us.

I understand that to our credit there exists a handful of alive, alert, and aware Americans who do see these things, who understand the infrastructure of the hierarchy for the dispersion of power by interpreting it as “authority”. There are some such as Sibel Edmonds and James Corbett, G. Edward Griffin and Edwin Vieira, and many other names readers here at Oath Keepers now know, but for the most part Americans remain totally oblivious to how their lives are dominated and controlled by forces they never realize exist. Here again allow me to trot out a candid passage from Edward Bernays  in his 1928 book titled “Propaganda”:

page 71:

The systemic study of mass psychology revealed to students the potentialities of invisible government of society by manipulation of the motives which actuate man in the group. Trotter and Le Bon, who approached the subject in a scientific manner, and Graham Wallas, Walter Lippmann, and others who continued with searching studies of the group mind, established that the group has mental characteristics distinct from those of the individual, and is motivated by impulses and emotions which cannot be explained on the basis of what we know of individual psychology. So the question naturally arose: If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing about it?”

Presidents are not Kings, and no politician will, or even can, save us. Our only solution is a return to individualism, to personal responsibility. To achieve that once again, we’ll have to become, as our forefathers were, “self-owners; body, mind, and soul“. Self ownership is the opposite of slavery. The degree to which any man-made government can control one’s life, to that degree one is not a self-owner. Self-ownership begins in the mind first, for the mind is the seat of the self-knowing soul, which animates the physical life we know.  We must will freedom for ourselves and our posterity before, in our deeds, we can and shall ensure it.


Elias Alias, editor, with Gary A. Frisina, Lifetime Associate Member, Oath Keepers


Elias Alias

Editor in Chief for Oath Keepers; Unemployed poet; Lover of Nature and Nature's beauty. Slave to all cats. Reading interests include study of hidden history, classical literature. Concerned Constitutional American. Honorably discharged USMC Viet Nam Veteran. Founder, TheMentalMilitia.Net



  1. Elias, I do believe this is the best presentation you have ever done. The only thing missing was the role of Iran. And I’m thinking that TPTB are trying to buy out Iran and its just not working. Sibel is one of the premier intelligence analysts in the world. This is all about the global elites verses nationalism. We are standing on the precipice; overlooking the valley of decision for the eastern NATO nations. While it is impossible to ignore the Islamic threat, we would do ourselves a great favor if we would simplify matters by recognizing opposing forces fall into two camps. Those camps are globalism and nationalism. All entities will fall into one of these camps, either directly or indirectly.
    I worked for the globalists up until the end of 1992. The last Balkan war opened my eyes and I separated myself from my service to TPTB via the US Army. For me, it was like being unplugged from the matrix. It took me a decade to recover enough to be able to step up as a patriot. I was just that psychologically broken. I can say without a doubt, if there is a WWIII ahead and you are in the US military, you will be fighting on the wrong side. I speak for myself and not as a representative of the Oath Keepers organization. I have no intention of giving the SPLC any more ammunition to use against Oath Keepers. I say the message presented in this article speaks for itself. You will either receive it or not.
    It is good to recognize that we are not alone in the struggle against the global elites. Globalism is an assault on all people throughout the world. In the entire history of the world there is no period that comes close in comparison to the times we live in. Perilous times are upon us. My comfort comes from knowing that I’m standing in the righteous camp.
    I really enjoyed Sibel with here activist hat on. She was so right when she pointed out that the government does not necessarily represent the people. This is the fundamental difference between a nationalist government and a globalist government.
    Thanks again Elias for the sterling presentation. Keep them coming.

  2. Great educational tutorial. This answered many of the questions I had about the movement of the nuclear weapons from Incirlik. Thanks.

  3. Elias….The last paragraph of your presentation says it all….I encourage everyone to read it over a few times to let it soak in. It condenses the entire presentation into simple and truthful terms. Well done Sir…..obviously written by a true “Oath Keeper”.

  4. “Our only solution is a return to individualism, to personal responsibility.”

    Since our children have been indoctrinated by communist-infiltrated schools since at least the late sixties, isn’t that going to be almost impossible to do?

    1. Jeanette, I would like to suggest that you redirect your focus — look away for a moment if you will, away from the magnitude of the mass mind-set which has been implanted by the cultural Marxists and the corporate fascists. Tune out the “world at large”, and instead of standing in fearful awe of the mountain we’ll have to climb in turning this nation’s direction back to a moral culture, look instead into yourself and determine what you, as just one person, can do to start the process of undoing all the evils which have been done to the public mind through our “Feducation” system. No one person can save the world. What one person can do, however, is save oneself.
      Personally, I try to live each day as a self-owner. That’s not so easy in today’s “America”, but it is a good goal. Practice produces improvement, yes? As I improve a little bit each day in my effort to reclaim my full self-ownership, I grow closer to that goal. That is all one can do, in my opinion. If I allow myself to register the depressing realization that we’ve permitted in our own country the silent take-over of our children’s minds, I would be overwhelmed by the obvious futility. So I just content myself with living up to my highest standards every day as best I can, and leave the rest to work its way as Nature guides. The “change” we need is not “out there” in the mass mind — it’s inside each of us as individuals. Your part may be to simply live up to the standards you would like to see the nation as a whole exhibit, and in doing that you would simply be removing yourself from being a part of the problem and asserting yourself as being a part of the solution. One mind at a time seems to me to be the way. Everyone’s personal responsibility falls first on being oneself. Being oneself in a responsible way will tend to influence those around one, and that process is the beginning of our improvement. Thank you for sharing your observation here.
      Elias Alias, editor

      1. No worries about being myself.

        That’s why the liberal members of our family are not totally comfortable around me when the family gets together for holidays. I am NOT silent about subjects that they would much prefer to avoid.

      2. Elias and Jeanette if I may: to continue to upset those who tire of the presenting over and over what is wrong with their Collective or with socialistic tennants just makes enemies that, due to lack of critical reasoning or open mindedness a fruitless endeavor. Instead, take a cue from Alinsky and continue to insist they live up to their own rules, once you understand what their life-rules are. Only work on those who show some willingness to change, are open to knowledge of the conspiracy or have some discomfort with the way things are headed. That way we will not waste time and energy on those who most likely will never wake up to the problems that we see so much more clearly. Knowing cause and telling others who do not want to hear it is not the best use of our time. I have relatives of the same ilk. We don’t go there, because it just causes animosity for no good end. Yes we still get together for Christmas and Thanksgiving, but the old saw of not discussing religion or politics is in operation. No good beating a dead mule, as they say.
        On the subject of Turkey and our air base(s), in the early to mid sixties while stationed mostly in Samsun, I witnessed our US airmen and took note that GIs do not make the best ambassadors. US NATO troops have no better actions than bar flys at the local pub. Insults and untoward actions toward natives are quite common. It isn’t the same as the welcome that faced our WWII troops, even in Axis countries. American (US) manners have gotten worse, not better. We need to bring the boys home and let the rest of the world govern themselves according to their particular cultures, not try to impose a sick western standard on others. Spreading democracy to other nations just results in what democracy always creates–anarchy. That’s what we are faced with now that the electorial college is no longer functioning as the Constitution proscribes.
        Don’t mean to ramble, but here, Thanks, Elias, for reposting this article. Excellent.

  5. Elias, Great article! I have been questioning as to the “details and truth” on “the coup”. You definitely put the pieces of the puzzle together!
    I would also like to make a comment for Jeanette. I am a grandmother of raising a 2yo, isolated on a small rural farm. As a political activist (I call myself that for the work I do via the www in educating the masses), and I can say after doing this for 8 years, many, many people (worldwide) have awakened from their decades of slumber. I am just one person, and I mentioned “isolated” because even that does not stop me from doing something, anything, in one small part for my country. I mentioned my 2yo granddaughter to point out, I will homeschool, she already is learning the ways of hunting, boating, loving the “worms, frogs and catapillers”. Soon it will be how to hold her own rifle. We are a nature, spiritual family, the Bible, gardening, canning, hunting to provide for ourselves…..this is our small part in maintaining “oneself”.

    1. Lewanna, I have seven step grandchildren, several of whom are prime examples of the public school indoctrination that I mentioned earlier.

      It seems to me that home schooling is a great thing for parents or guardians who can handle it.

      I have severed ties with all liberals except a few whom I could only avoid at holidays by lying, which I try to avoid on principle and because I view it as a lifestyle choice of liberals.

      I’m glad to hear that you are seeing a serious awakening from decades of slumber; wish I could see the same.

      Still, as Winston Churchill said, “… never, never give up…”

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