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Default Erdogan smashes the Kemalist army. Entire Turkish army leadership resigns! - 07-30-2011, 05:53 AM





Turkey's resigning army chief explains move


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Turkey's armed forces chief said on Friday he was quitting his post in protest at the jailing of military officers in a variety of court cases which meant he could no longer defend the rights of his staff, the Hurriyet news website reported.

"It has become impossible for me to continue in this high office because I am unable to fulfill my responsibility to protect the rights of my personnel as the Chief of General Staff," General Isik Kosaner was reported as saying. (Reuters)

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Turkish President, Abdullah Gul, has appointed General Necdet Ozel as the new Chief of the Turkish Armed Forces.
The news was announced by BBC Saturday.
The move was triggered by the Friday resignation of the now former Chief of the Turkish Army, Isik Kosaner, and the resignations of the army, navy and air force heads.
Gen Ozel is also becoming Chief of the General Staff replacing General Kosaner, since in Turkey only the head of the army can take over the top job.
Gen Kosaner and his senior commanders quit just hours after a court charged 22 suspects, including several generals and officers, with plotting on the internet a campaign topple the government. A series of meetings between him and Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, failed to resolve their differences.
Investigations into those allegations, known as the "Sledgehammer" conspiracy - appear to be the root cause of today's resignations, says the BBC's correspondent in Istanbul, with the senior military wanting to go ahead with scheduled annual promotions for some of the officers implicated - and the government refusing.
The Supreme Military Council, which will decide on promotions, is scheduled for next week.
The "Sledgehammer" controversy, involving a coup plan, allegedly presented at an army seminar, began in 2003. It reportedly involved plans to bomb mosques and provoke tensions with Greece, in order to spark political chaos and justify a military takeover.
Seventeen generals and admirals currently in line for promotion were among those jailed in the Sledgehammer prosecutions. Altogether nearly 200 officers were charged with conspiracy. The defendants have argued that the plot was a just theoretical scenario to help them plan for potential political unrest.
Gen Kosaner was appointed overall head of the Turkish armed forces just a year ago.
The Turkish government insists the army heads have asked to retire, but Gen Kosaner explains his resignation as a protest at the jailing of military officers in a variety of court cases.
The joint resignation of military chiefs is seen as unprecedented in Turkey, a country that saw a series of military coups between 1960 and 1980.
Turkey is a NATO member, but a spokesperson of the Alliance in Brussels has declined to comment on the resignations.

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"When soldiers make war on women and children, they cease to be soldiers... the terror that was unleashed by them in East Pakistan between March and November 1971 is simply inexcusable."


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1. The entire Turkish army leadership has resigned en masse, basically in protest over colleagues of theirs who are in custody for trying to overthrow Erdogan's government.

2. The Kemalist leadership of the army were thugs and basically terrorists who were involved in the mass expulsion of 3 million Kurds (more than Palestinians in Gaza) in the 1980s and believed in a brutal ideology of extreme anti-Islamic Turkish fascism.

3. Erdogan has given a K.O blow out to these thugs who for years even banned soldiers from praying or expelled officers whose wives hear headscarves.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.

The new army chief knows his place and that Erdogan is the boss.



Erdogan deals a knock out blow to the Kemalist army chiefs.



Former Kemalist army chief, Isik Kosaner on the right who resigned yesterday.



Erdogan and Gul with the new army chief, who is looking nervous, passively listening to Erdogan and Gul who are doing the talking. New army chief, Necdet Ozel, has his hands clasped together in a defensive mode, whilst Erdogan and Gul are free with their hands and relaxed with shoulders at ease. Ozel's shoulders are tense and his head is slouched in to his shoulders.

BODY LANGUAGE: "Erdogan is the boss, I shut up and take orders".

No Ataturk painting in this meeting.


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Default 07-30-2011, 10:22 AM

Ataturk is finished k.o
these kemalists also murdered many Armenian christians and now muslims get the blame.
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President Gul, pointing his figure whilst chatting to new army chief.

New army chief can only stay quiet and listen.

Turks, Muslims in charge. Kemalists kicked out of the military.




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Default 07-30-2011, 05:16 PM

thats great news.
turks must take their destiny in their own hands not some foreign imposed military dictators.
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Default 07-30-2011, 05:48 PM

we should also get rid of this jinah worshiping cuz thats the same tactic as kemal ataturk and the military dictators and in pakistan there is the same situation where the military is the protectors of that mindset.
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Default 07-30-2011, 05:58 PM

Ismet Inonu was the successor of Ataturk who was put in power by the British, and was in some ways, a militant secularist. The Kemalist regime banned Hajj and umrah for around 30 years.

Ismet Inonu and Jinnah were good friends.

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Fuelled by a desire to “modernize Indian Muslims like Ataturk” (“Under Shadow of Swords” by M J Akbar) Jinnah returned to Bombay and took over the leadership of the moribund Muslim League
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Both Kemal Ataturk and Mahomed Ali Jinnah are accused of being authoritarian and autocratic. Kemal Ataturk was a military man and was ushering in a new form of government to an ancient people. Ataturk resorted measured repression and even military action against his dissidents. Meanwhile Jinnah is accused of being autocratic because he removed a provincial government using his constitutional powers as the Governor General
http://www.defence.pk/forums/nationa...ip-models.html

ATATURK & JINNAH = Enemies of Muslims.

ATATURK & JINNAH = British agents.

ATATURK & JINNAH = failures, one created Kemalism which has now been destroyed and rejected in Turkey, another helped to create Pakistan which is hated and despised all over the world and may disintegrate.


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