Enough is enough. I do not want to live through the same experience over and over again.
So far I have been witness to several generations who were wasted following their enthusiasm and finally said the goals were stimulating but the game is set up for the interests of foreign forces. I have also experienced that.If you think those games will be over some day, you are wrong, because they have not ended so far.
They change their shape and disguise themselves. They succeed in attracting passers-by every time with new and appealing showcases.
Left-wing, right-wing, liberalism, Islamism - they have all been showcased. This did not constitute any problem to them so long as the boss is a foreigner.
As I wrote in this column several times, those who sneer at what I would like to say, assuming that I am building a conspiracy theory, can stop reading this article now.
As I mentioned any kind of social dynamics, some people are unable to grasp, but still praise insistently. I make it clear in the title of the article.
Let's get straight to the point.
Gülenists do not simply refer to the "parallel state" we are constantly talking about.
I am afraid that despite the shocking experience of the Dec. 17 and Dec. 25 coup attempts, with the influence of mainstream media we have been forced to deal with a bunch of simple-minded Twitter personas, assuming that they comprise the "parallel state". This trend is gradually turning into a serious mistake.
I am not sure if we are attentive enough even when we look at influential media figures, legal experts and financiers.
It seems like we refrain from meddling in the issue or questioning details.
For instance, could there be any difference between fleeing to the U.S., as many do, or fleeing to the U.K. or Germany?
Why did some politicians from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), who previously reacted harshly against Fethullah Gülen in Pennsylvania, now in able to keep their positions of a parallel-affiliate businessman were intervened in?
Undoubtedly, there is a parallel group, and the state is currently battling against it.
However, we have been late to notice the presence of a global parallel state or force that manipulates the group and can transform and sustain the group's power if necessary.
This force made late Prime Minister Bülent Ecevit say: "I could not understand why they submitted [PKK leader Abdullah] Öcalan to us." The same force made the postmodern coup proponents move Gülen to the U.S. after the Feb. 28, 1991 memorandum. This organization also constantly targets President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, trying to create an impression that everything will work out for the best if he leaves office. It also engages in moves to hinder the country's progress and development.
Let us not deceive ourselves. The structure does not care about the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP). It is obsessed with undermining the AK Party and the economy.
I would like to emphasize that point. I will stop writing on such topics soon since I am tired of this extensive alliance that prefers to stay blind on purpose.