Terrorist leader made numerous contributions to Clinton's campaign
In the 1970s, the influential Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen made a name for himself in his native Turkey, thanks to the constant support of the CIA, as later confirmed by retired Turkish intelligence official Osman Nuri Gundes.
Gülen built a network of educational institutions, non-governmental organizations and businesses that began in Turkey and spread quickly to Central Asia.
They were initially used to influence the culture and religion in those areas of the ex-Soviet Union at the end of the Cold War.
Who Were The Terrorists Funding Clinton?
The Washington Post’s Jeff Stein wrote a 2011 article entitled Islamic Group is a CIA Front where he stated:
“A memoir by a top former Turkish intelligence official claims that a worldwide moderate Islamic movement based in Pennsylvania has been providing cover for the CIA since the mid-1990s.”
The movement has grown enormously in the last few years and is present in every continent excluding Antarctica.
Stein also points out that, according to Intelligence Online, “Gülen obtained a residence permit only in 2008 with the help of Fuller and George Fidas, described as head of the agency’s outreach to universities” and “he favors toleration of all religions, putting his movement in direct competition with al-Qaeda and other radical groups for the affection of Muslims across Central Asia, the Middle East and even Europe and Africa, where it has also expanded its reach.”
The CIA relocated the “moderate” Fethullah Gülen to Saylorsburg, Penn., in 1999.
In his 2006 book Toward a Global Civilization of Love & Tolerance whose preface is written by the Jesuit Father Thomas Michel (also a close friend of Pope Francis), in the chapter unequivocally entitled New World Order, Gülen makes the remarkable statement which foresees the possible opposition to this project of world domination:
“There are some countries in which it is difficult to tell whether they are comfortable with the New World Order or not. It is quite difficult to understand the situation of these countries just as there are some diseases that are hard to diagnose.”
In 2011, U.S. federal agencies began investigating whether Gülen’s movement was involved in visa fraud to bring teachers from Turkey to the United States.
This claim was made by the Philadelphia Enquirer, which also specified, however, that:
“Religious scholars consider the Gülen strain of Islam moderate, and the investigation has no link to terrorism.”
Such information turns out to be of course untrue after the latest investigations made by Turkish authorities proves Gülen to be a terrorist threat.
The same newspaper also added that Gülen schools were among the nation’s largest users of the H1B visas.
In December 2014, a Turkish court ordered the first international arrest warrant for Gülen, accusing him of leading an armed terrorist group and plotting to overthrow the Turkish government.
The latest news this past week by the Italian news agency ANSA, reporting what was written in the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, which stated that a court in Istanbul just sentenced Gülen to 34 years in prison for “conspiration, falsification of official documents, and defamation.”
The Clinton Connection
After learning who Fetullah Gülen is, we can now introduce the infamous Clinton’s to this corrupt scenario.
Bill Clinton made a speech praising Gülen on the Sept. 25, 2008 at the Waldorf Astoria, at the Third Annual Friendship Dinner organized by the Turkish Cultural Center of New York (a Gulenist organization).
A clip from this event was later used as propaganda by the Gülen Movement, as one of their “favorite defense weapons.”
The website Citizens Against Special Interest Lobbying in Public Schools (CASILIPS), later confirm Hillary Clinton’s involvement:
“However, the most probable reason for Bill Clinton’s attendance was the Gulenists’ numerous contributions to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. A sampling is given in the Table below. All these contributions came from individuals identified as Gulenist based on their affiliations with Gulenist organizations or schools. This list is far from complete, and only represents the contributions that we have identified to date.”
Now that Gülen has been indentified as a terrorist by Turkey, why is the U.S. media silent about this?
For the answer you only need to visit the CASILIPS website and you can read for yourself how Hillary Clinton has been financed by what is now considered an Islamic terrorist group that wanted to orchestrate a coup in Turkey, a NATO member since 1952.
Leo Lyon Zagami is an Italian-based geopolitical researcher and the author of nine books, including his latest book Pope Francis: The Last Pope? which reveals the money, Masonry and occultism behind the decline of the Catholic Church.