Column: Crusader-Zionist fascism

Tamer KorkmazBY: Tamer Korkmaz*

The U.S. Embassy in Israel announced that Jews who were born in any one of seven Islamic countries included in U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel ban or who are the citizens of those countries will be excluded from the scope of the ban.

The person behind this visa ban on nationals of these seven Islamic countries is White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, who is a true friend of the terror state of Israel.

It has been revealed that Bannon, who has been called “the man whispering in the president’s ear” and “the devil on Trump’s shoulders”, made the following remarks at a 2014 conference in the Vatican:

“[W]e’re at the very beginning stages of a very brutal and bloody conflict, of which if the people in this room, the people in the church, do not bind together and really form what I feel is an aspect of the church militant, to really be able to not just stand with our beliefs, but to fight for our beliefs against this new barbarity that’s starting, that will completely eradicate everything that we’ve been bequeathed over the last 2,000, 2,500 years.

Bannon also displayed his enmity toward Islam and the Ottomans in his June 27, 2014 Skype talk with the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, a Catholic organization based in Rome.

For example, referring to World War I, he said, “Europe was retrieved from a barbarian empire.”

He defined the Daesh threat as “Islamic fascism”.

At this point, let us remember what Trump said during his presidential campaign: “[President Barack] Obama founded Daesh and trickster Hillary [Clinton] helped it.”

While Daesh’s activities were restricted in Trump’s Jan. 28 executive order, why were Daesh terrorist attacks in Turkey not mentioned at all?

Deep boss of Daesh terrorism: CIA-U.S.

A headline in Turkish daily Yeni Şafak yesterday said that two Daesh terrorists who were detained in Bingöl used the ByLock messaging app through which they contacted the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ).

It was Trump who confessed that 13 CIA members helped the July 15 coup attempt.

Pennsylvania’s soldiers or Uncle Sam’s Gülenist children could not succeed. Therefore, we understand from Henri Barkey’s blabber that the CIA headquarters is still depressed.


Within the scope of fascist Trump’s ban on entering the U.S., a 5-year-old U.S. citizen of Iranian descent was handcuffed for five hours at Dulles International Airport in Washington. Is this Christian fascism or Crusader-Zionist fascism?Bannon, the devil on the shoulders of the new president of the U.S., the “great devil”, said this to the Rome-based institute:

“Our ancestors did the right thing in the Jewish-Christian world’s fight against the Islamic world. As in Vienna and in Poitiers.”

Vienna refers to the First Vienna Siege of the Ottomans in 1529, and Poitiers means the Battle of Poitiers between the Umayyad Caliphate and the Franks in 732.

Bannon has now taken the stage as the mouth of the Crusader-Zionist Front at the White House.So, what did former U.S, President George H. W. Bush say in the last months of his term on Aug. 24, 1992?

“We are determined to keep our country alive as the leader of the Jewish-Christian union.”

Bush the elder, Trump’s favorite president, served as U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s vice president for two terms. Later, he served as president for one term. He had earlier headed the CIA from 1976 to 1977.

Sun Myung Moon, leader of the Unification Church, which was founded by the CIA a few years after World War II, was very close to Bush.

Kasım Gülek, the first Unification Church representative in Turkey, made Fetullah Gülen a member of the Freemasons in 1975. He made Gülen meet CIA member and former ambassador Morton Abramowitz in the U.S. in 1972.

His son, U.S. President George W. Bush, also remained close to the Unification Church.Moon supported Bush in his presidential campaign in November 2000.

Moon gave a special meal for Bush one day before his inauguration, taking the office as a result of the election tricks of the deep U.S. state on Jan. 19, 2001!

Bush the younger spoke of the “crusades” shortly after the fictional 9/11 attack.

The rogue U.S. invaded Afghanistan and Iraq.

More than 3.5 million Muslims in Afghanistan and more than 1.2 million Muslims in Iraq were deliberately slaughtered.

Bush’s secretary of defense, Donald Rumsfeld, was the one who ordered the systematic torture in Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

Rumsfeld was one of those who joined the CIA-founded Bilderberg Group’s meeting in Çeşme, İzmir in Turkey in 1975. Margaret Thatcher, the politician who attended that meeting, became the prime minister of the U.K. four years later.

Another participant of the meeting in Çeşme was former Turkish Prime Minister Bülent Ecevit.

Gülen, who joined the Freemasons in 1975, with the help of Kasım Gülek, said many years later, “If God gives me the opportunity to intercede on the day of judgement, I will use it for Ecevit first.”

*Tamer Korkmaz is a Turkish journalist and columnist. He writes for Yeni Safak daily newspaper.

   (Published in Yeni Safak newspaper on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017)