By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
The weird behavior of Erdogan has made it obvious that we have an emergence of a tyrant in the most powerful Muslim state in the world: Turkey. Turkey is transforming daily into an Antichrist state wanting to revive its old Ottoman image. To top it all, today leaked documents from Turkey proves beyond doubt that Turkey is sending arms to Muslim terrorists, specifically Al-Qaeda in which was ordered by Erdogan himself. The leaked information caused Erdogan to act vehemently to closing down access to the twitter accounts that leaked the information (more on that later).
When the Turkish palace picture first came out some people thought the version they were seeing was a joke – with the 16 warriors edited in. But the scene was real. The official Anatolia news agency explained the 16 warriors – some carrying spears or swords, a scene of the historical costume drama each represented one of the 16 empires of Turkish history from the Hunnic Empire, founded around 200 BC, to the Ottoman Empire which was dissolved in 1920.
Even the official emblem of Turkey’s presidency is being revived which also has 16 stars, said to represent the same 16 empires.
Even the news does not understand what to make of the grand display of images from the past. One news media (RT) describes Mahmoud Abbas visit of Turkey as: “A grand reception in the likes of the Ottoman Empire has welcomed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to Anakara, as Turkey resurrected images of past warriors to greet the foreign leader.”
There is no doubt that Erdogan is ressurecting the image of the wounded dead man of Europe and it is becoming clearer by the day, that the next four years are crucial which will reveal, Turkey is reviving the image of the wounded beast predicted by John. The wounded Empire of the Ottomans is reviving itself from its deadly wound. From the colors of the attire “fiery red, hyacinth blue, and sulfur yellow” (Revelation 9:17) to reviving the Ottoman emblem, this spells out prophecy is being fulfilled.
He has become Sultan Erdogan and we see the staged ceremony conducted at Ak Saray, the controversial presidential palace on the outskirts of Ankara that was opened at the end of October. Even the architecture is inspired by Seljuk architecture, it has 1,150 rooms and was built at a cost of around €490 million.
Erdogan is transforming into a megalomaniac expecting a war soon and just as Hitler’s Führerbunker near the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, the palace houses state-of-the-art communications systems and has bunkers able to withstand biological, nuclear and chemical weapons attacks, according to local media. The presidential quarters are also defended from spies with additional anti-bug measures and security against wiretapping.
Like it was in the days of Hitler, there were many failed attempts on his life such as Operation Valkyrie, Operation Spark (1940) and Oster Conspiracy. Two weeks ago, a man unleashed a round of gunfire and hurled a grenade at the Istanbul offices of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan which the grenade did not go off. Police said the man was arrested almost immediately at Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul.
Erdogan is honed in and is so focused on Jerusalem and Israel with his anti-Israel rhetoric is also alarming. In his speech after welcoming the Palestinian leader, Erdogan addressed Western states, accusing them of hypocrisy over the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly’s attack last week. He said the West is not doing enough to protect mosques from anti-Muslim attacks.
“The West’s hypocrisy is obvious. As Muslims, we’ve never taken part in terrorist massacres. Behind these lie racism, hate speech and Islamophobia.”
“Please, the administrations in those countries where our mosques are attacked need to take measures,” he said. “Games are being played with the Islamic world, we need to be aware of this.”
Erdogan’s honing on Israel is seen when he strongly criticized the presence of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the rally commemorating the victims of the attacks in Paris.
“How can a man who has killed 25,000 people in Gaza with state terrorism wave his hand in Paris, like people are waiting in excitement for him to do so? How dare he go there?” Erdogan questioned.
All this despite that Over 40 world leaders joined French President Francois Hollande for a unity rally that drew 1.5 million people on Sunday.
Turkey is now associated in the world media with terror suspect Hayat Boumedienne, who was believed to have fled to Syria via Turkey. While Turkey denies any misdoings arguing that Boumedienne entered Turkey prior to the attacks in France, the widespread perception is that Turkey is a transit country for European jihadists, and the UN Security Council’s report names Turkey as a base for arms smuggling to the region.
And today’s Twitter and Facebook as well as many other websites face closure after anonymous accounts published new revelations about a case involving illegal arms shipments by Turkish spy agency to opposition groups in Syria, including al-Qaeda.
Documents were leaked on Twitter on Monday night by an anonymous Twitter user ‘LazepeM’ who claimed that the information came from General Staff and Gendarmerie investigations into the incident in which three Syria-bound trucks operated by the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) were halted in Turkey’s southern province Adana’s Ceyhan district province on Jan.19, 2014.
A Turkish court ordered the closure of all websites which published the proceedings, including social media networks Facebook and Twitter. However, media reports said, since Twitter has already suspended access to the account ‘LazepeM’ from Turkey.
The leaked military documents showed that the arms transport by three trucks was personally authorized by then prime minister and now President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
According to one document, then Adana Governor Hüseyin Avni Coş rushed to the scene when prosecutor Aziz Takçı ordered gendarmerie units to search and seize the three trucks, which were full of arms and ammunitions. The governor was quoted saying, “the trucks were moving under the orders of the Prime Minister [Erdoğan] and he would never allow any interference into these trucks, even if that costs him his life.”
Governor Coş also said Erdoğan told him that the government would push a new law through Parliament that would allow MİT to carry arms legally. Shortly after the raids on the trucks, the government-endorsed bill cleared Parliament, granting MİT staff broader immunities from legal prosecution and allowed clandestine activities to be conducted by the agency.
Another document indicated that Adana police chief Cengiz Zeybekçi, under orders from the governor, also came to the scene with more than 400 riot police and interfered into the work of Gendarmerie units who were conducting the search of the trucks under the order of the local prosecutor who was at the scene.
Prosecutors who ordered the interception of the trucks were later removed from their posts and, on several occasions, appointed to less influential positions — a frequently employed tactic by Ankara to force bureaucrats to resign.
As we have monitored for decades now, Erdogan is transforming into a major threat transforming Turkey into an authoritarian regime with an iron fist. But the question is; is Erdogan the man whom John spoke of in Revelation 13:14: “He ordered them to set up an image in honor of the beast who was wounded by the sword and yet lived”?
After all, Erdogan is not only reviving such images, but he is changing set times and set laws in Turkey. Last month we reported how Erdogan is likely reviving the image of the beast.
Erdogan is reviving the Tughra, the Royal insignia of the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire which usually has the name of the Sultan or the Bismillah “In the Name of Allah” from the Arabic as we stated in our book God’s War on Terror and we explained in detail [ link here].