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May 31, 2021


The world is curiously waiting to see the results of the June 14 meeting in Brussels between Biden and Erdogan. Also, the June 16 meeting in London between Biden and Putin. Personally, I don’t expect that any fruitful decisions will come out of these meetings.

Why? The Pentagon expects to restore its hegemonic image in the world and wishes to have NATO still be the dominant force as it was in the cold war era with the containment of the USSR. Unfortunately, the 21st century world is already heading towards a multi-power system with China and Russia the threatening powers for the U.S.

The Pentagon also realizes the protection of Eastern Europe is not possible without Turkey.

Why? On its border with Russia, Poland has purchased and stored 24 Turkish-made drones equipped with Turkish armor (MUM-LE and others). The U.S. could tell Poland not to buy the Turkish-made drones, but hasn’t.

The world is also closely watching the success of Turkish drones in Libya, Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Syria. Turkey has also sold drones to Ukraine and Qatar. Now Hungary, another NATO member, is planning to buy Turkish-made drones.

This is an indication of the importance of NATO’s defense with Turkish-made drones.

Russia is a major treat to Eastern Europe. Russia also has a major problem with Ukraine, and has taken over Crimea, as well 25% of Georgian land.

In order to protect NATO’s eastern front, which includes Hungary, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey, the U.S. needs Turkey desperately. But the U.S. and Turkey are still locked down in disagreement on the S-400 missile system.

As stated above, the U.S. hasn’t raised an issue with Poland for buying the Turkish drones, and there is also a softening of U.S. policy towards Turkey. This was evident when the Philippines wanted to buy the Turkish attack helicopter instead of the U.S. made Apache helicopter. The Pentagon did not raise issues for the Philippines either, because the Philippines are in major disagreements with China.

Russia is putting pressure on Turkey not to sell drones to the Ukraine and Poland. Well Mr. Putin, when you sold your S-300 system to Southern Cyprus, Turkey threatened to go to war with Greece. If the Russian-made missiles are put in Southern Cyprus, the Russian made S-300s will finally be diverted to Crete and unused. 

So now a man by the name of Mr. Henry Barkey thinks he has solved the Turkish/US conflict. He is proposing that Turkey sell the S-400 to Qatar. Since Turkey has a base in Qatar, it is Turkish soil, and the thinking is that the Turkish partnership for the F-35 s will be reinstated.

Wow! How stupid Mr. Henry Barkey is. For the past 40 years the Pentagon has supported the PKK/YPG, and Fatiullah Gulen. As a result, over 40,000 of our Kurdish origin Turkish citizens have been killed by the PKK, and 300 Turkish citizens died in the July 15, 2016 coup. The U.S. is finally realizing that supporting the PKK terror organization is a big U.S. failure. Losing Turkey would be an even greater failure in this unstable world.

But, just who is this Henry Barkey? He officially works for the U.S. State Department but his real job is CIA connected as a CIA operative. He was one of the organizers of the July 15, 2016 coup in Turkey.

He was on an island in the Marmara Sea on the night the coup took place. He escaped by a helicopter to Greece when the coup failed. If it had been successful, he would have helped Fatiullah Gulen succeed in forming the puppet government in Turkey. Both Henry Barkey and Graham Fuller will be immediately and officially arrested if they step foot on Turkish soil.

During that coup, Turkish F16 fighter jets, piloted by FETO members of the Turkish Air Force, bombed the Turkish Parliament. They used KC-135 cargo planes from the NATO Incirlik Base in Adana to re-fuel the F-16 fighters in mid-air. Now do you see why Turks do not trust NATO anymore?

That is the reason Turkey bought the Russian-made S-400 air defense systems, because the Pentagon and the Europeans refused to sell Patriot missiles to Turkey. Now, the S-400s are a problem for the Pentagon. The U.S. refused to sell the F-35, despite the fact Turkey was a partner and pre-paid in full 1.4 billion for the F-35s.

As for the protection of NATO’s eastern front, Turkey WILL help defend Eastern Europe. This year Turkey has the NATO command. With more than 4000 Turkish troops in Romania for the NATO drills, Turkey will help defend Eastern Europe because of its historical relations. The Gagauz Turks live in Romania. People of Turkish origin live in Moldova. Besides that, the relationship with Poland goes way back to 1600s. The Ottomans never let Poland be gobbled up by German and Austrian Empires.







May 26, 2021

China Lied & Millions Died

Gary L. Bauer, Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Submitted by Nancy Webster Kaya 


When the coronavirus was ravaging America and the world last year, a debate erupted over its origin. One view was that someone in China ate an infected bat and caught the disease.  A year and a half later, 600,000 Americans and 3.5 million people around the world were dead.

The Trump Administration raised a more likely possibility -- that COVID leaked from a bio-research lab known to be experimenting with these types of viruses in Wuhan, China, the same city where COVID-19 first appeared.

The Chinese Communist Party furiously rejected that idea. The media, Dr. Anthony Fauci and liberal politicians immediately sided with the Chinese Communist Party. They mocked Trump and anyone else who dared to question communist China. When Trump referred to the disease as the "China virus," they accused him of racism.

As time passed, evidence for COVID's natural occurrence remained elusive. And numerous scientists and officials have continued to insist that the preponderance of evidence points to the Wuhan lab.

These aren't kooks and crackpots. I'm referring to statements from former Secretary of State and CIA Director Mike Pompeo, former CDC Director Robert Redfield, former FDA Administrator Scott Gottlieb, former HHS Assistant Secretary Admiral Brett Giroir and former Director National Intelligence John Ratcliffe.

This week, the Wall Street Journal broke the news that three workers at the Wuhan lab were hospitalized in November 2019 with all the symptoms of the coronavirus.

Even Dr. Fauci is changing his tune. Now he says he's not totally convinced that COVID developed naturally, adding, "We should continue to investigate what went on in China." And Politifact has retracted its "fact check" supposedly debunking the lab leak theory.

Once again, it appears that Trump was right. This episode is another sad example of the fake news media's failure to do its job of objective journalism. Our media spent four years reflexively opposing anything Donald Trump said and did. They attacked Donald Trump and gave communist China the benefit of the doubt!

In this case, the implications couldn't be greater. Communist China is not a normal country. It is engaged in genocide. It always lies. Our media repeated China's lies, and 600,000 Americans died. We must have a full American-led investigation into COVID's origins to discover the truth.

But we won't get that from the Biden Administration, which continues to insist that the World Health Organization (WHO) lead any investigation.

That's right – the same WHO that is hopelessly compromised by communist China.


May 3, 2021

Open Letter from Sina Baydur (Demir) to Biden Regarding his Decision to Recognize Armenian Genocide/Posted by Nancy Webster Kaya


Mr. President,

I am the widow of Bahadır Demir, who served as the Deputy Consul General for the Republic of Turkey in Los Angeles. He was murdered by an Armenian American, Gourgen Yanikian, in Santa Barbara on January 27, 1973.

Bahadır was killed in a double assassination alongside Consul General Mehmet Baydar. They were the first of four Turkish diplomats assassinated on American soil, including Consul General to Los Angeles Kemal Arıkan and Honorary Consul General to Boston Orhan Gündüz, in 1982.

Bahadır and I were newlyweds. He was 30 and I was 26. One morning I said goodbye to him and later I found his bullet ridden body on a cold stainless-steel table in the morgue.

The Superior Court of California for the County of Santa Barbara sentenced Yanikian to life. But later in 1984, former Governor of California, George Deukmejian, also an ethnic Armenian, set Yanikian free. Insult to injury followed and Yanikian’s body was sent to Armenia where he was given a hero’s state funeral.

Other indignities for victims of Armenian terrorism on American soil have continued. This year, after a Los Angeles County judge decided to parole Hampig Sassounian, the assassin of Consul General Kemal Arıkan, Governor Gavin Newsom chose not to appeal the ruling.

Moreover, it seems that the United States Government chose not to try him on federal murder charge. Thus, another Armenian terrorist who kills a Turkish diplomat goes free.

And then came your April 24 statement, Mr. President. You broke the hearts of many more people than you think you pleased, by proclaiming the crime of genocide has been committed, utterly ignoring the complexities of history and the Ottoman Muslim lives lost in the same conflicts.

I am a graduate of the American College for Girls in Istanbul and had the pleasure to reside in the United States many years. But your statement contradicted everything I had learned about the American way- the guarantee of justice, fairness, due process, and equality for all. It is important to acknowledge both sides of a story, reserve judgement, and encourage reconciliation without accusation.

It is never too late for your office to advocate reconciliation based on truth. Please encourage full public access to the Archives of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation in the United States and Yerevan. Please reserve judgement in fairness to both communities, Turkish and Armenian. This is the foundation of friendly rapprochement.

If there is one thing Bahadır would have advocated had he not been silenced by Yanikian’s bullets, it would have been the pursuit of truth.


Sina Baydur (Demir)