Monday, October 16, 2017
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Attorney, Remzi Kulen has processed over 1,000 H1-B visas for the Gulen Movement
Making over $3 million in fees that in some cases were paid for by American Tax payers via School Districts.
Look at the list here
Arrest in Turkey of US Consulate Visa processor
US Consulate employee arrested as part of Gulen Movement crackdownhttp://www.rudaw.net/english/middleeast/turkey/071020171
UPDATE 10/17/2017 WIKILEAKS CORRESPONDENCE FROM REMZI KULEN'S LAW OFFICES REGARDING BUSINESS IN Azerbaijan
Why was Gulenist Emre Celik of Rumi Forum invited to the Middle East Forum to speak about Turkey? Gulenists don't represent Turkey or the USA.
PHILADELPHIA — Turkish representatives to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)’s Parliamentary Assembly walked out of a Middle East Forum (MEF) event Tuesday when it became clear a dissident would speak there.
According to Daniel Pipes, MEF president, speakers invited to the event held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, included both Cem Utkan of the Turkish Embassy and Emre Çelik, president of the Rumi Forum.
Çelik is a supporter of Turkish Sunni cleric Fethullah Gülen, whom Turkey publicly blames for the failed coup d’etat against President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan that occurred in July 2016.
“When we invited Çelik, Turkey decided no, he’s not welcome,” said Pipes at the conclusion of his remarks in the plenary session of the event. The Turks made clear through its NATO intermediaries that unless Çelik were removed from the program, the event would be cancelled.
“We felt we had no choice but to accede and remove his name from the program. As Americans, that troubled our conscience,” he added.
The Gulen Terrorist Emre Celik 2 weeks after bloody coup August 2016 prancing through the White House.
|Enre Celik & Faruk Taban Gulenists Photo L, and Emre Celik (R)|
Accordingly, Pipes said, “Mr. Çelik has agreed to speak and he will address us here…In the spirit of freedom of speech, I’m bringing him in to speak anyway.”
Two members of the Turkish delegation stood up and began to argue vociferously with event organizers and the head of the NATO delegation, Thomas Michael Jopling, a Conservative Member of the U.K. House of Lords. At the same time, two staff members from the Turkish Parliament stood and joined the other Turks, preparing to leave.
Jopling prevailed upon Pipes to allow him to speak before Çelik, as well as upon the Turks to remain for his remarks. “I don’t mind at all,” a Turkish representative is heard to say in a video taken of the event.
At the outset of Jopling’s remarks, he excoriated MEF for the change in plans. “All I will say on the bombshell that you have tipped into our proceedings,” he began, was that “a verbal agreement was made that the gentlemen here would not speak,” referring to Çelik. “That is unacceptable.”
As Jopling’s remarks drew to an end, Pipes joined him at the podium, contending that the agreement was made under duress.
Jopling then departed along with the Turkish delegation.
During Çelik’s remarks, which followed the walkout, he contended, “The autocratic tendencies of President Erdoğan [do] not encourage democracy in a fragile region. Example: President Erdoğan’s overreaching the rule of law.”
Çelik argued that Erdoğan’s overreaches “include the purge of some 120,000 employees that has left key vacancies in police, intelligence, and military” in the wake of the 2016 coup attempt.
After the event, MEF tweeted, “Ultimately, @NATO must decide if it will live up to its mission or if it will let one member state dictate its discussions worldwide.”
The event also featured conversations on regional realities in the Middle East, dealing with Syria, and both violent and non-violent jihadi activity in the West.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
It seems after Bilali's short stint as the replacement for Kemal Oksus as head of Turoquise Council based in Texas was short lived, less than 18 months. As Kemal Oksuz vanished from the USA The political landscape in Washington DC changed for the Gulenists. No longer are they invited into the white house or sponsor the Ramadan dinner. Most politicians stay clear of the Gulen Movement lobbying after the US House Ethics Committee multiple investigations.
Today Bilal Eksili heads up a new Gulen think-tank lobbying group called Washington Strategy. Instead of a loud Turkish flair its more about trying to gain access into the Republican inner circles. But instead Bilali has to dish out huge money to attend functions. His Gulen "Think Tank" combines other non Turkish people and is about studying human rights abuses. Of course, Erdogan is high on his list as being the person who dismantled the Gulen Movement of power, stripped Gulenists of key positions in: education, judicary system, media, police, banking, TUSKON business and finally incing into high ranks of the Turkish Military.
So naturally the Gulenists hate Erdogan and are trying very hard to demonize Erdogan, yet never mentioning the amount of arrests the Gulen Movement made when they controlled the police or how many people they killed. Here is a walk through Bilial's short lived Gulen Lobbying career: Maybe its a better spin since Bilal is from Dagestan, and speaks Russian as well as Turkish and poor English.
Bilal Eksili, a Good Will Ambassador https://www.bilaleksili.com/
Bilal loves to boast on his Linked in account
as all Gulenists do how important they are or convincing
others of their importance
|Bilal made it to the ex mayor of Houston's home, as President of Turquoise Council|
Rumor has it that their building and compound for Turquoise Council has sold their property and building
Bilal BW (Before Washington) consisted of many key positions in the Midwest for the Gulen Movement. Starting off from Dove Institute in Indiana (VP Pence's State) which he later changed the name to match it's sister lobbying firm based out of Chicago Niagara Foundation. Here are glimpses of Bilal's career.
|Bilal Eksili receiving a FBI award while he|
was in Indiana, where he was instrumental in opening Indiana Charter Schools
|While in Indiana, Bilal Eksili became chummy with the future Vice President Pence|
This blog had a few people contacting us regarding Bilal Eksili's resemblance to
Lon Chaney in PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
What do you think?
Sunday, July 30, 2017
5 facts showing Gulen's involvement in Turkey's failed coup involves the brother of Gulen US political criminal
Adil Oksuz in this video
The ring leader of Turkey's coup was Adil Oksuz
Kemal Oksuz arranged the trip to Azerbaijan in 2013 that we discussed on this blog here http://gulenpoliticians.blogspot.com/2015/11/head-of-us-house-ethics-committee.html
The money paying for these members of congress came from SOCAR but it was filtered into countless Gulen American NGOs (Pacifica Institute, Turquoise Council, et al) Kemal was due to speak to the US House Ethics Committee but instead hired an attorney and plead 5th, Kemal and Adil Oksuz are both missing.
Here is some other references to Kemal Oksuz crimes in the USA https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/10-members-of-congress-took-trip-secretly-funded-by-foreign-government/2015/05/13/76b55332-f720-11e4-9030-b4732caefe81_story.html
utm_term=.f205ee9de810 http://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/business-a-lobbying/283682-lawmakers-turned-over-gifts-after-trip https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2015/05/lawmakers-who-traveled-to-azerbaijan-urged-action-benefiting-state-oil-company-that-funded-trip/