The View from Turkey: USA Is Bizarro World

I just spent two weeks driving around Turkey with four of my fellow Muslim cheeseheads--all of us Wisconsin-based Islamic activists for truth, freedom, democracy and human rights in the tradition of the great Turkish Muslim reformer Bediuzzaman Said Nursi. And everywhere we went, we were treated like rock stars.

As a well-known Muslim 9/11 truth activist, I was the lead singer. My face got plastered on the front pages of newspapers. I was mobbed for autographs and handshakes and photo-ops.

Every night, in almost every corner of the western half of Turkey, we found ourselves speaking to overflow crowds. Yes, the rooms were generally small - sometimes an audience of 100 was an overflow crowd - but there were a couple of big events as well, ranging from hundreds in Ankara to five thousand at a convention in Konya.

During the entire trip, I only met one person who did not already know or suspect that 9/11 was an inside job. He was a Turkish-American who had spent the past four years in Alabama.

It's almost as if the earth's orbit changed on 9/11/2001 so that it's always 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Turkey, which is 11 pm to 7 a.m. in America. For the past decade, Turkey has been wide awake while America sleeps.

Compared to Turkey, America is Bizarro World -- a place where reality became completely unhinged, if not utterly annihilated, on September 11th, 2001. The controlled demolition of reality in America was accomplished by those who brag "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality." But the "reality" they created is more like a bad acid trip, a nightmare landscape of paranoia and despair, where the fear of being killed by terrorists -- which is about thirty times less likely than being struck by lightning -- hovers over the whole society like a toxic cloud, justifying the ongoing destruction of social life in general and the Constitution in particular.

Let us consider some ways in which Turkey is reality, while the USA is Bizarro World.

Belief in 9/11 Official Conspiracy Theory (OCT)
Turkey: Virtually nobody believes the OCT.
USA: Despite polls showing that only 16% of Americans believe their government is telling the truth about what happened on 9/11, substantial numbers seem to accept the OCT, or at least pretend to -- including everybody who's allowed to write or broadcast in the mainstream media.

Reaction to 9/11 Truth-Speaking
Turkey: Say "9/11 was an inside job" and you're lionized and feted.
USA: Say "9/11 was an inside job" and as often as not it's like you just farted in the drawing room.

Reaction to Massive Domestic False-Flag Plot

Turkey: When a group of Mossad-backed Turkish military officers, political figures and journalists conspired to launch "terrorist attacks" in Turkey in order to seize extra-Constitutional power, the plot was broken up, and the perps arrested, by Turkish police. (Google "Ergenekon" for details.) A follow-up plot called "Sledgehammer," involving Turkish military forces blowing up some of the country's biggest mosques and blaming it on radicals, then staging a fake "Greek attack" on Turkey, was also broken up by police. Today, fifteen top Turkish generals as well as dozens of politicians and journalists are in jail, many facing life imprisonment, for plotting "the Turkish 9/11."
USA: When a group of Mossad-backed American military and intelligence officers, political figures and journalists conspired to blow up the World Trade Center and bomb the Pentagon in order to seize extra-Constitutional powers, the plot succeeded.

Democracy vs. Dictatorship

Turkey: A former fascist dictatorship is now an emerging democratic republic.
USA: A former democratic republic is now an emerging fascist dictatorship.

Turkey: After a decades-long war on Islam--one of the worst cultural genocides in history--Turkey has largely gotten over its Islamophobia; and Islam and Islamic activism is on the rise, thanks largely to a courageous and uncompromising Muslim leadership.
USA: After a decade-long war on Islam, the US is still mired in Islamophobia; and the US Muslim leadership's corrupt and cowardly kowtowing to the Zionist rulers of America has only worsened the situation.

World Power Status

Turkey: A rapidly rising power and potential superpower, as reflected by the BRIC group (Brazil-Russia-India-China) being revised to BRICT (Brazil-Russia-India-China-Turkey). With a resource-rich land surface area bigger than any European country, an expanding and ever-better-educated population of over 70 million, phenomenal economic growth, a perfect location at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa (as well as the crossroads of declining Christianity and rising Islam), a spacious hinterland of Turkic language speakers stretching across Central Asia, and a historic claim to an Islamic caliphate whose restoration is desired by a strong majority of the world's Muslims, Turkey's geopolitical aspirations are virtually limitless.
USA: A rapidly declining superpower that has squandered the goodwill of the world by staging 9/11 and the 9/11 wars, and has experienced little real economic growth since the 2001 coup d'état and the multi-trillion-dollar wars for Zionism that followed.

Relation to Zionism

Turkey: A former friend of Israel, which props up Turkish military dictators and false-flag plotters; rapidly becoming an avowed enemy of Israel due to the spread of democracy, education, commitment to human rights, and Islamic identity. The Mavi Marmara incident was the flashpoint for this historic change.
USA: A former friend of Israel; rapidly becoming an abject slave of Israel. Since the Mossad-assisted 9/11/2001 coup d'état, the USA has been Israeli-occupied territory. The complete Zionist stranglehold on all mainstream media is the biggest factor here.

Quality of Leadership
Turkey: Fair and getting better. Brutal, fascist, fanatically-atheist military dictators are giving way to a new generation of democracy and human rights advocates with a strong moral grounding in the teachings of Islam.
USA: Bad and getting worse. Every time a decent, charismatic leader pops up -- think JFK, RFK, MLK, Malcolm X, and (more recently) Paul Wellstone -- something unfortunate happens, and the psychopaths behind the scenes maintain and increase their power.

Turkey: There are hardly any security checkpoints. As a Muslim 9/11 truth activist I carry VIP status and am waved through the few checkpoints that exist, including one at the entrance to the private dining area for members of the Turkish parliament.
USA: There are more and more security checkpoints at courthouses, government buildings, transit hubs, roadblocks, and so on; and as a Muslim 9/11 truth activist I am hardly likely to be waved through them as a VIP! If I found myself being waved through the checkpoint, escorted to the private US Senate dining room, and sitting down to a a sumptuous meal and conversation with the Deputy Chief of the FBI and the Senate Majority Leader about the 9/11 inside job, I would suspect that I was dreaming. Yet this is exactly what happened to me at the closest Turkish analogue of the US Senate, the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.

National Spirit

Turkey: An ever-more uncowed and unbowed freedom-loving society; they've tasted some and they want more. Since the Turkish 9/11 was averted, ordinary Turks talk back to, and refuse to cooperate with, military "security officers" and get away with it. (I will describe one such incident later.)
USA: An increasingly cowed, cowardly, unfree society in which the people lick the boots of their Zionist masters and apologize profusely for any specks of dirt they missed.

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Back home in Bizarro World, otherwise known as the former United States of America and current Seventh Administrative District of the State of Israel, I feel like Plato's protagonist who returns to the cave and finds his former fellows still in chains, hypnotized by television shadows on the wall and unable to imagine that reality is different, by several orders of magnitude, from the faint, flickering distortions that they are permitted to perceive.

[Stay tuned to this blog for more reflections on my trip to Turkey]

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