Feb 2, 2010
THE MEMORY HOLE HEATS UP
Haiti News Coverage Turns Sublimely Ridiculous
LOS ANGELES--Ah, "1984." As the cartoonist Matt Bors says, it's "the dystopian novel that keeps on giving."
Orwell's main character worked for a government ministry that controlled the future by changing the past. Its most effective tool: the Memory Hole. Pieces of history went in--poof!--never to be heard from again. Afterward, it was as if those particular events had never happened:
"The past was alterable. The past never had been altered. Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia."
American news producers and editors have long been masters of the Memory Hole, purposefully omitting the most relevant information stories that would otherwise make the whatever the current regime is look bad. "President Hugo Chávez," reported The Washington Post in a typical example of spin from 2005, "has recently accused President Bush of plotting to assassinate him." Going on to slam Chávez's supposed "bluster and anti-American showmanship," the Post left something out: Chávez's accusation was true.
Still, no one could have anticipated the soaring brazenness or the cynical linguistic savagery U.S. state-controlled media would deploy while "covering" the invasion of Haiti.
[Given that it took at least four days after the earthquake before the U.S. military permitted relief supplies to land at the Port-au-Prince airport, turned away planes from such NGOs as Doctors Without Borders, and that Defense Secretary Robert Gates refused to release aid until a full week had passed, one can hardly call the deployment of 10,000 troops a relief operation.]
Vanished from news accounts of Operation Haitian Freedom--poof!--was the United States' century-long raping and pillaging of the country, including several CIA-backed coups that installed vicious dictators and a brutal occupation by U.S. Marines that lasted several decades.
There were hundreds of candidates to choose from in awarding this week's Haiti Memory Hole Prize, but the winner is The Oregonian, the daily newspaper in Portland, Oregon. On January 15th the paper published an editorial titled "A muscular paternalism for Haiti" with an incredible thesis:
"If the nations of the world had devoted to Haiti only a fraction of the diplomatic and military energy they have spent over the past five decades on nearby Cuba, the country would be far more advanced and able to aid in its own recovery today."
In other words, Haiti's problem isn't that the U.S. expropriated 40 percent of its GDP from 1915 to 1947. Or that the U.S. installed the father-and-son Duvalier team of "anti-Communist" dictators, who looted the Haitian treasury of more than $1 billion. Or that the CIA deposed Haiti's popular, and only democratically-elected president, not once, but twice--because he had the gall to push through an increase in the minimum wage for Haitians who work in sweatshops owned by U.S. companies.
Those events couldn't be responsible for Haiti's plight. Not even a little bit. Because, if you rely on The Oregonian for your news, you'd never know that that stuff happened.
"Perhaps the scope of the current disaster will at last shock these countries, including the United States, to conduct a muscular intervention into Haitian affairs," editorialized The Oregonian.
"At last"? What do they call a 20-year-long military occupation? Half a dozen military coups?
Like most of the world, Haiti would have been better off if we really had "neglected" them. How much of our "help" can these poor people stand?
At least The New York Times acknowledged "Haiti's long history of foreign intervention, including an American occupation" in its coverage. But like other papers that ran sickening--and treacly cartoons falsely depicting a friendly (white) Uncle Sam patronizingly deigning to assist clueless dark-skinned Haitians in their time of need--the most pertinent details had disappeared into the Memory Hole.
Here's an unexpurgated section of the Times' background coverage:
"President Woodrow Wilson sent American Marines to Haiti in 1915 to restore public order after six different leaders ruled the country in quick succession, each killed or forced into exile. Opposition was intense, but it would be nearly two decades before the Marines would leave, in 1934.
"When President Bill Clinton ordered troops into the country in 1994 to restore Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was ousted as president by a group of former soldiers, Haitian critics raised that earlier intervention.
Wilson said he invaded Haiti to restore public order. The real reason, historians widely acknowledge, was to transform the country into an economic vassal state, a Caribbean colony.
It's true that Clinton brought Aristide back to power. But his predecessor, George Herbert Walker Bush, had ordered a CIA coup that removed him in the first place.
Finally, Aristide wasn't "forced out of office" by some mysterious random power. The Times' editors knew that. After all, their own newspaper ran a page-one story on March 1, 2004 titled: "Aristide Flees After a Shove From the U.S." So when Aristide "accused the United States of orchestrating his ouster," he was "accusing" the U.S. of doing what The New York Times reported that it did.
True, this information is available to anyone who cares to spend a few minutes Googling it. The point is, few people have the time, energy or inclination to second-guess everything they read. Like Winston Smith in "1984," they start to wonder whether they misremembered events as they were originally reported. Maybe we really have always been at war with Eurasia. Maybe we really did invade Haiti in 1915 merely to "restore order." Or maybe, if you live in Portland, this is the first time the U.S. or any other country has ever bothered to pay attention to Haiti. Who knows?
What I want to know is: Why do editors and producers do it? Why do they leave out the basic facts? It's not like they get a call from Big Brother ordering them to spin or delete historical facts from their coverage. They do it voluntarily.
What are they afraid of?
More: Speaking of Haiti memories, here is another bit, from: Protecting Haiti's Interest - by John Maxwell - Sunday, January 31, 2010
IT would be ironic, if you like your irony flavoured with blood and disinfectant, to discover that moored off Port-au-Prince at this moment is the US hospital ship, the USS Comfort, one of two employed in 1994 as floating slave barracoons in Kingston Harbour. Today the Comfort is providing medical care for people injured in the great earthquake of January 12.
In 1994, the Comfort and its consort functioned as temporary 'processing facilities' for Haitian refugees fleeing from a US-supported coup and attendant tyranny. The refugees had been picked up either on the high seas or in Jamaican waters, running for their lives from a US-backed hoodlum-state, whose favourite law and order procedures were murder by dismemberment and disembowelling with bodies left in the streets; and women and children beaten, publicly raped and disfigured and otherwise terrorised to encourage the others. Of those kidnapped either in Jamaican waters or on the high seas, 78.5 per cent were sent back to their murderers while the rest were sent to Guantanamo Bay.
This barbarous triage was a joint venture operated by President William Jefferson Clinton of the United States and Jamaican Prime Minister Percival James Patterson. It was ended by Clinton, who decided that he couldn't afford the death of a prominent black American leader on his record, if not on his conscience. Randall Robinson, president of TransAfrica, in one last desperate initiative, began a fast to the death in protest against his president's callous behaviour.
Clinton had inherited "the Haitian problem" from his predecessor who could tolerate any number of fair-skinned Cubans dropping in on Miami Beach, but was revolted by the idea of Haitians doing the same thing. It didn't matter that the Cubans, like Jamaicans and Mexicans, were economic refugees while the Haitians were literally in fear of their lives. ... Read all
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CIA PROGRAM MAY HAVE TRAINED DOMESTIC “DEATH SQUADS”
By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor
Last week’s breakin at Senator Mary Landrieu’s office in the New Orleans Federal Building was more than it seemed, much more. All of the 4 arrested had been trained by the CIA and, possibly, Israel. One arrested, Stan Dai, is listed as an Operations Officer of the Department of Defense Irregular Warfare Program and a known expert and lecturer on, not only surveillance but explosives training, assassinations and “false flag operations.” If you wanted a plane to crash, an enemy to get sick and die or a building to blow up, Dai would be the man to know how to make it happen. Problem is, his skills were being used as part of a criminal conspiracy inside the United States against members of our own government.
Original reports on the “break-in” were also wrong. One of those arrested was found blocks away with a covert receiver, managing the office bugs. The man in the car is identified as Stan Dai, Operations Officer for the Department of Defense Irregular Warfare Program:
Landrieu phone plot: Men arrested have links to intelligence community
WASHINGTON -- Two of the three men arrested on Monday along with "ACORN pimp" James O'Keefe for "maliciously tampering" with Sen. Mary Landrieu's (D-LA) phones in her New Orleans office have ties to the United States intelligence community.
The three accused by the FBI of "aiding and abetting" O'Keefe are Stan Dai, Robert Flanagan and Joseph Basel. O'Keefe is 25, and the other three are 24.
LAHORE: Afghanistan-based US predators carried out a record number of 12 deadly missile strikes in the tribal areas of Pakistan in January 2010, of which 10 went wrong and failed to hit their targets, killing 123 innocent Pakistanis. The remaining two successful drone strikes killed three al-Qaeda leaders, wanted by the Americans.
An unidentified source in the Russian military says Moscow could be ready to resume strategic bomber flights over the Caribbean. It’s claimed the long-range aircraft could refuel at a Cuban aerodrome. The U.S. military has hinted that such a step would cross its ‘red line’ of defence.
Quoting an anonymous senior air force official, Russia’s Izvestia newspaper reports that top generals were considering sending nuclear-capable strategic bombers within sight of the U.S. borders. Officials are quoted to have said the long-range aircraft could refuel in Cuba and that the communist island could one day permanently host a Russian bomber squadron.
According to Izvestia the reported plan could be part of a response to U.S. intentions to deploy anti-ballistic missile systems in Eastern Europe – in Poland and the Czech Republic.
Former defence ministry official Leonid Ivashov told the newspaper that Cuba was suitable as a brief stopovers destination for Russian bombers rather than a permanent base.
In response to the Izvestia daily report another former Russian top air force commander Pyotr Deinekin said that strategic bombers’ flights over Cuba would be “a worth answer to the NATO bases near Russia’s borders.”
The U.S. has responded with warnings against such a move.
Nominee to the US Air Force's Chief of Staff, General Norton Schwartz said: “We should stand strong and indicate that is something that crosses a threshold, crosses a red line for the United States of America”.
The White House has refrained from commenting because the Kremlin has not officially backed the proposal.
A resumption of the bombing missions would mean a renewal of military co-operation between Cold War allies Moscow and Havana. Those ties ended in 2002 when Russia withdrew its last military base from the island, including a radar station at Lourdes.
The flights would also revive memories of the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, when the U.S. discovered that Russia was secretly deploying mid-range nuclear missiles on Cuba. That led to a terrifying two weeks where the world teetered on the verge of nuclear war.
The crisis was defused when Moscow withdrew its missiles from the island. However, the USSR returned in 1970 with a nuclear submarine base in Cienfuegos.
Another crisis erupted in 1979 when two Russian MiG-23 fighter squadrons were discovered on Cuba. Tensions were defused when it was discovered they were not armed with nuclear weapons.
Russia resumed patrolling the Pacific and North Atlantic with long-range strategic bombers less than a year ago after a 15-year break.
This we know.
It has been speculated upon in open-source intelligence circles for years. So, there is little surprise for the rest of the world when it hears of China’s first major foray in its new role as a Superpower.
Although Americans might be surprised. That is, if they even hear about it before the Juarez, Mexico base goes live.
BEIJING: China has signaled it wants to go the US way and set up military bases in overseas locations that would possibly include Pakistan. The obvious purpose would be to exert pressure on India as well as counter US influence in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Well, why not?
China already pays for our military imperialism by loaning us the money to play soldier. So, why shouldn't the world's new Superpower just cut to the chase and open their own bases?
'It is baseless to say that we will not set up any military bases in future because we have never sent troops abroad,' an article published on Thursday at a Chinese government website said. 'It is our right,' the article said and went on to suggest that it would be done in the neighborhood, possibly Pakistan.
'As for the military aspect, we should be able to conduct the retaliatory attack within the country or at the neighboring area of our potential enemies. We should also be able to put pressure on the potential enemies' overseas interests,' it said.
A military base in Pakistan will also help China keep a check on Muslim Uighur separatists fighting for an independent nation in its western region of Xingjian, which borders the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Beijing recently signed an agreement with the local government of NWFP in order to keep a close watch on the movement of Uighur ultras.
But don't let me put words into China's mouth. The Chinese are quite capable of speaking for themselves:
Setting up overseas military bases is not an idea we have to shun; on the contrary, it is our right. Bases established by other countries appear to be used to protect their overseas rights and interests. As long as the bases are set up in line with international laws and regulations, they are legal ones. But if the bases are established to harm other countries, their existence becomes illegal and they are likely to be opposed by other countries.
China develops its military force with a theme of peace in mind. Therefore, we can either develop military forces domestically to maintain peace, or place the forces abroad as long as we take world peace as the ultimate goal. In the 1950s, the Korean War enflamed the border of China. China had no option but to call up volunteer soldiers to fight against the overseas intervention in its northern neighbor. Many of the volunteer soldiers remained in North Korea for years after the end of the Korean war to safeguard the peace of the two countries. Finally, the troops withdrew from the peninsular where the stability was regained.
After the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, China dispatched troops abroad under the invitation of the foreign countries as long as their requests are in line with our security interests, good to resume regional stability and benefit for the world peace process. So it is baseless to say that we will not set up any military bases in future because we have never sent troops abroad.
We need to know the military bases are not set up in view of the previous practices but are established in accordance with China's interests as well as world peace. We can speak the point clearly even though to set up overseas military bases is not yet on agenda. It is wrong for us to believe we have no rights to set up the bases abroad.
So, how does the rest of the world view it? Generally, it is seen as healthy for the relationships between the world's most powerful nations. While the idea of Chinese troop bases may be sensitive to countries like the US, which have already set up military bases abroad, there's always room for more.
Pakistan, of course, is already triangulating the inherent geopolitical anxiety about the situation. Here's what our nuclear-capable ally in the region has to say:
Islamabad — China has signaled that it wants to establish military bases overseas, following US steps to portray India as a regional super power.
An article posted on a Chinese government website said that China should be capable of counter attacking its enemy countries from the country as well as from neighboring countries. “We should also be able to put pressure on the potential enemies’ overseas interests.”
Defence analysts say China is concerned over the massive arms build up by India with the help of the United States. The Chinese move, which rarely reacts to foreign threats will certainly send a clear message to forces in the region that China will not remain unconcerned over the threats being posed by India.
China which has strategic military and economic partnership with Pakistan has always come to Pakistan’s aid and helped it to maintain a balance of power in the region.
China has helped Pakistan in modernization of its armed forces by supplying latest fighter planes and frigates besides forging close partnership between the armies of the two countries.
Needless to say, The Cato Institute is having a cow over this 'revolting development:'
The lay reader should be clear that the United States does not look favorably on China’s developing the ability to guarantee its own smooth trading; we like having the leverage to determine, ultimately,whether we will allow foreign countries to trade.
The Chinese do not need to do anything to... prevent a foreign invasion of China. So what’s left is protecting Chinese people and money overseas; wresting control of China’s sea lines of communication from the United States; and preventing U.S. intervention in ways that would “harm the unity of the country.”
The piece really goes out of its way to make clear that this is all about countering American military power.
You go, China.
There's a new kid on the block, folks.
The end of Zionist west?
Who would blow up a bunch of kids visiting a museum?
Who would deliberately down one of their own aircraft?
According to newly revealed documents, certain military leaders planned acts of terrorism which were to be blamed on al-Qaeda. (Newly exposed coup planned to turn the clock back to 1923 )
Ergenekon is the secret fascist organisation in Turkey which from time to time commits acts of terrorism and which from time to time carries out fascist coups.
Ergenekon is linked to the Turkish military.
Turkish and other media have reported that Mossad has supported Ergenekon. (Mossad implicated in a coup plot in Turkey.)
There have also been reports that the CIA has supported Ergenekon. (aangirfan: Gladio-style terror in Istanbul, New York, Jakarta ... )
Ergenekon has been linked to heroin smuggling from Afghanistan through Turkey. (Deep State Coup Averted in Turkey - by Christopher Deliso )
On 30 January 2010, we learn that elements of the Turkish military, linked to Ergenekon, devised Operation Cage as part of its plans to topple the Turkish government. (Cage probe deepens with Poyrazköy indictment)
Operation Cage reportedly included the idea of detonating explosives during school field trips to military museums.
The intention was to kill lots of kids.
The prosecutor's office began a probe into Operation Cage after it was exposed in Turkish newspapers in November 2009.
Turkish dailies have reported that the İstanbul Public Prosecutor's Office has summoned for interrogation admirals Kadir Sağdıç and Mehmet Ilgar and retired Admiral Ali Feyyaz Öğütçü, whose names are frequently mentioned in the Cage plan.
Öğütçü has been implicated in the placing of explosives at the bottom of a submarine exhibited at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum.
The explosives were found by police in July 2009.
A letter sent to the prosecutor's office claimed that the explosives placed in the submarine aimed at killing 200-300 young visitors to the museum.
General Firtina was attache in Washington in 1991. The Middle East Report concluded in 1998 that probably the greatest strategic move in the Clinton years was 'The Ankara Pact'- an alliance between the Turkish military and the USA and Israel. (Turkey, Drugs, Faustian Alliances & Sibel Edmonds)
Operation Sledgehammer, which is linked to Ergenekon, (OPERATION SLEDGEHAMMER AIMED TO DOWN AN AIRCRAFT) helps us to understand 9 11 and the London tube bombings.
It is a suitcase of documents which reveals Operation Sledgehammer, the 2003 plan for acts of terrorism and a Turkish coup
In January 2010, Mehmet Baransu, a journalist at Taraf newspaper (Turkey) told The Times (UK) that 'My source brought the originals of all this stuff in a suitcase one night last week.
'He had been in the First Army and was uncomfortable with developments.'
The 'digital imprints' on the files lead back to military computers. Taraf has handed the documents to Istanbul prosecutors.
Reportedly, the CIA, Mossad and the Turkish military want to topple Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan, because he is not sufficiently pro-Israel and pro-USA. Erdogan is a moderate, but he has criticised Israel.
Many top military people are named in the Sledgehammer documents.
The documents reveal that the Turkish military planned to down a Turkish aircraft.
General Ibrahim Firtina, who went on to command the Turkish air force, is linked to this plan for the Turkish aircraft to be downed and the attack blamed on Greece.
The idea was to create the nationalist unity needed for a coup.
The Sledgehammer documents reveal the military's plans to detonate bombs in mosques.
The idea of killing people in mosques was to get the survivors to riot and to create the idea that there were lots of mad Moslems around.
The main Sledgehammer document discusses how to take advantage of the chaos after co-ordinated attacks in large cities, especially Istanbul.
This was written several months before attacks against the British consulate, the HSBC bank and synagogues in Istanbul.
The Sledgehammer documents reveal that Stadiums were to be prepared for mass detentions.
A Turkish court, on 16 February 2007, sentenced seven 'suspected al-Qaida militants' to life in prison for the November 2003 bombings in Istanbul, which hit the British consulate, the HSBC bank and two synagogues.
The defendants included Syrian Loa'i Mohammad Haj Bakr al-Saqa, also known as Luai Sakra . ( Al-Qaida suspects on trial for Istanbul bombings give final ...)
The British Consul General Roger Short was killed by the bomb as he was entering the consulate building. Press reports confirmed that he had cancelled an appointment at the last minute and 'if he had gone to his appointment, he would have been alive.'
According to Michel Chossudovsky, at globalresearch.ca/articles/ANA311A.html, 'The attacks created conditions for Turkey's participation in the war on terrorism.
'The attacks served to strengthen the Anglo-American military axis and the legitimacy of Bush's 'War on terrorism.''
Ercan Gun, at zaman.com (TODAY'S ZAMAN ), 15 Agust 2005, reported on the Syrian 'Al Qaeda Militant' Luai Sakra (Saqa) who was arrested for organizing the double bomb attacks in Istanbul on 15-23 November 2003.
Sakra 'has confessed to Turkish police that he provided the attackers of 9 11 with passports'.
Sakra 'claims that he knew Muhammad Ata'.
Sakra 'claims he drinks alcohol and does not pray'.
Sarka reportedly said: “I was one of the people who knew the perpetrators of September 11, and knew the time and plan before the attacks. I also participated in the preparations for the attacks to WTI and Pentagon. I provided money and passports.”
Reportedly, some of the passports, which Sakra claimed to have provided himself, were found in the ruins of World Trade Centre I.
Ercan Gun wonders if Al-Qaeda is a Secret Service operation.
Sakra was interrogated for 4 days at the Istanbul Anti-Terror Department Headquarters. Reportedly this has provided some important information.
According to Ercan Gun, Turkish intelligence specialists now believe:
1. Al-Qaeda is the name of a secret service operation.
2. Al Qaeda is linked to a strategy of tension.
3. Sakra, the fifth most senior man in al-Qaeda, was offered employment by the CIA. The CIA gave him a large sum of money.
The CIA claimed it eventually lost contact with him.
Reportedly, in 2000, the CIA asked the Turkish security service MIT to capture Sakra. MIT caught Sakra in Turkey and interrogated him.
At a different period of time, Sakra was sought and caught by Syria's al-Mukhabarat. Syria too offered him employment. Sakra eventually became a triple agent for the secret services.
Terrorism: Top al Qaeda operative, Sakra, 'worked for the CIA'.
The 1980 Bologna Bombing was blamed on agents of the CIA and NATO, working for Operation Gladio.
Operation Gladio involved “the strategy of tension”. The strategy involved getting right-wing terrorists to carry out terrorist attacks in Europe and in Turkey. Operation Gladio was reportedly organised by Nato and the CIA.
'The CONTRA-GUERRILLAS, which were the GLADIO organisation in Turkey, were set up from the 1950s onwards and played a significant part in fascist governments during the modern history of Turkey, irrespective of whether these had a veneer of parliamentary democracy or were an overt military junta.'
'Utilizing the fascist and ultra-nationalist National Action Party and its youth wing, the Gray Wolves, the Turkish 'Stay Behind' also resulted in the type of right-wing terror program and destabilization effort that it did in Italy.'
When the Islamist prime minister Necemettin Erbakan took power in 1996, the Turkish military, quickly eased him out of power.
In elections for the Turkish parliament on November 3, 2002, a new party formed out of a banned Islamic movement - the Justice and Development Party (AKP) - won 35 percent of the popular vote and 363 of the 550 seats.This may have worried the Pentagon, Israel, the Turkish military and the Turkish drugs industry.
According to a report in The Jerusalem Post, intelligence cooperation between the Mossad and the Turkish security service, MIT, 'was enshrined in a 12-clause agreement that was signed during a 1993 visit to Israel by then-Turkish foreign minister Hikmat Chetin'.
Soon after, according to the London-based newsletter Foreign Report, a large Mossad operation was established in Turkey, with Mossad agents based in both Istanbul and Ankara.
Turkish Top Military Brass meets Wolfowitz one day before Istanbul Attacks
The two Istanbul attacks respectively on the HSBC in the financial district and on the British Consulate were, according to media reports 'timed to coincide with President George Bush's state visit to London.'
The attacks took place one day following the completion of the annual Turkish-US Joint Defense Group meeting (17-19 November 2003).
The British Consul General Roger Short, was killed by the bomb as he was entering the consulate building. Press reports confirmed that he had cancelled an appointment at the last minute and 'if he had gone to his appointment, he would have been alive.'
The attacks create conditions for Turkey's participation in the war on terrorism.
The attacks serve to strengthen the Anglo-American military axis and the legitimacy of Bush's 'War on terrorism.'
The Istanbul bombings also serve to uphold the shaky legitimacy of Prime Minister Tony Blair in the face of mounting political opposition to Britain's' participation in the US led war.
Michel Chossudovsky, 11/21/03
'A Turkish daily close to the ruling justice and development party quoted Turkish intelligence sources as saying that the Mossad had established the organization that launched the two attacks on 15th November, 2003.'
Turkey is a major refining and transit point for the flow of heroin from Southwest Asia to Western Europe.
Kendal Nezan, writing for Le Monde Diplomatique, has reported that MIT and the Turkish National Police force were actively supporting the trade in illicit drugs not only for fun and profit, but out of desperation...
'According to the daily Hürriyet, Turkey's heroin trafficking brought in $25 billion in 1995 and $37.5 billion in 1996 . . . Only criminal networks working in close cooperation with the police and the army could possibly organize trafficking on such a scale. Drug barons have stated publicly, on Turkish television and in the West, that they have been working under the protection of the Turkish government and to its financial benefit. The traffickers themselves travel on diplomatic passports. The drugs are even transported by military helicopter from the Iranian border.'
The Middle East Report concluded in 1998 that probably the greatest strategic move in the Clinton post-Cold War years is what could be called 'The Ankara Pact'—an alliance between the US, Turkey, and Israel that essentially circumvents and bottles up the Arab countries.
Earlier in 1998, Israeli, Turkish and American military forces engaged in exercises in the Mediterranean, according to Reuters and Agencie France Press. ''[These exercises] signal to the radical states in the region that there is a strong alliance between Israel, Turkey and the United States which they must fear.'
Reports also indicated that the CIA and Pentagon intelligence organizations had regularly chaired meetings of Turkish and Israeli officers in Tel Aviv for years.
aangirfan: Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad
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