Anonymous December 10, 2015 at 10:38 AM
"To begin with, it’s worth recalling that Alparslan Celik, the so-called 'Turkmen commander' who boasted that he killed the pilot of the Russian Su-24 downed over Syria by the Turkish Air Force last month, is allegedly a Turkish national, and a member of the Grey Wolves."
Relevent paragraphs from Sputnik:
"When it comes to the Grey Wolves, one should expect anything. This is a very strong organization which has legal branches in Germany and the Netherlands," the analyst noted. "In Turkey, they are formally banned, but as we can see, they can operate quite freely in neighboring Syria. Recently, the Grey Wolves appeared in Ukraine, publically demonstrating their intensions alongside the 'Dzhemilevists'."
"The Grey Wolves," Nadein-Raevsky notes, "have big plans, and they will stop at nothing to try to achieve them. It's necessary to understand that this is a pro-fascist, terrorist organization, dedicated toward the creation of the Great Turan State, as taught by the Grey Wolves' ideological leader, Alparslan Turkes."
Ideological leaders and nation building- Very PKK. Grey Wolves are also connected to the Uighers- Which now helps to clarify some murky information I had gathered up in some previous posts on Uigher terrorism.
The Uighers, like the Grey Wolves, have connections to Germany, the US and Turkey. They also connect to pipeline politics
Grey Wolves seem to have a kinship with Chechens. All this inter-connectedness puts the Grey Wolves firmly in the NATO fold.
These grey wolves sure seemed to be a group that I needed to read up on- Below you will find the information I found.
Starting at pg.153-
The Encyclopedia of Terrorism
Operation Gladio: Grey Wolves
Just a tiny bit of the information available is posted below:
The Idealist Youth (Turkish: Ülkücü Gençlik), commonly known as Grey Wolves (Turkish: Bozkurtlar), is a Turkish ultra-nationalist, neo-fascist youth organization. It is the "unofficial militant arm" of the Nationalist Movement Party. The Grey Wolves have been accused of terrorism. According to Turkish authorities, the organization carried out 694 murders between 1974–1980.
The organization is named after Asena, a female wolf in mythology associated with Turkic ethnic origins. Its formal name in Turkish is ülkücüler (idealists) and Ülkücü Hareket (The Idealist Movement), inspired by the 20th century Turkish writer Ziya Gökalp and later developed by the 20th century writer Nihal Atsız. Ülkü Ocakları (Forges of Ideal), the proper platform of the Grey Wolves, denies "direct" links with the MHP and presents itself as an independent youth organization. Their female supporters are called Asena.
Music plays a key role at political-cultural events organized by the fascist Grey Wolves because they see it as a means to galvanise and strengthen the ultra-nationalist Turkish movement.
Take the time to look through the information contained within that translated text
|Supporters of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) make the gray wolf sign of the party as they wait for the arrival of party leader Devlet Bahceli during a rally in Istanbul, Oct. 5, 2013|
Ogan said Erdogan’s concerns about the MHP are real, noting that nine recent MHP rallies have had high attendance. In Ogan’s words, “The alternative right-wing choice of the Turkish electorate is the 'right' again.” I concur.
Thus, many of the undecided voters from the right-wing ideology may swing toward a MHP that has broken out of its 1970s image of ultranationalism. Last summer, when an 18-year-old Istanbul cab driver told me, “The MHP is the only answer to the AKP, which refers to our martyred conscripts as 'a few bodies.'” I had not taken him seriously. Now, however, there are too many signs to ignore his statement.
Not Erdogan's Grey Wolves.
Further confirmation of my more then year old theory that Turkey is set for a destabilization.
Kurd/ ISIS Symbiosis- The impending destruction of Turkey.
Pt.2- Kurd/ ISIS Symbiosis- The impending destruction of Turkey
And many, many other posts on this topic.
While doing my day's reading I came across many articles linking the Grey Wolves with the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II-
Gunman who tried to assassinate John Paul II is expelled from Italy two days after laying flowers at his grave and saying he wanted to meet Pope Francis
An assassin who tried to kill Pope John Paul II has been expelled from Italy two days after he laid white roses on the tomb of the late pontiff and requested a meeting with Pope Francis.
Mehmet Ali Agca was bundled aboard an airplane at Rome's Fiumicino airport by security last night to be sent home to his native Turkey after an Italian judge approved the expulsion.
On Saturday Agca had made a surprise visit to the Vatican to place flowers on the tomb of John Paul II 31 years to the day that the Pope visited the assassin in prison and forgave him for the attempt on his life.
Agca, once a member of a Turkish far right group known as the Grey Wolves, (once a member is wild speculation. He was very likely still a member which would explain his ease in crossing borders) carried out the attack on John Paul after escaping from a Turkish prison where he was serving a life sentence for killing journalist Abdi Ipekci in 1979.
During the assassination attempt, John Paul was left seriously injured, with one bullet passing through his abdomen and another narrowly missing his heart.
Agca left John Paul critically injured when he fired several shots at close range in St Peter's Square on May 13, 1981
His arrival prompted questions as to how he was able to land in Austria and cross the border into Italy as he is banned from visiting either country until 2016.