Kocaeli Ã¼niversitesi Sosyal Bilimler EnstitÃ¼sÃ¼ – YES THE DARK HOLE IS NAMED ODATV, PROF. THIS IS A NARLA NEWS RELEASE .. THE AUCTION THAT FINALLY PROMOTES ONE AIR IS “FINE” WHY CAN’T THEY GET FETHULLAHA FROM PANSILMANIA? IT SHOULD BE KNOWN THAT THE REGISTER OF TURKISH INTELLECTUALS IS NOT COMPLETELY CLEAN OF THEIR MAFIA RELATIONSHIPS. a fig wasted by the vindictiveness of a thoughtless friend.
FETÖ conspiracy to Ergenekon: “Turkey is becoming normal. Abant regularly attended FETO meetings. In the 2010 referendum, FETO completely left the judicial power and went to the side of “Not enough, but such”. A well-known sociologist, Nilufer Narly, threatened FETO and said that “Everything is for the country” was deceived.
Kocaeli Ã¼niversitesi Sosyal Bilimler EnstitÃ¼sÃ¼
A 65-year-old professor of sociology at a private university in Turkey. Dr. Ayshe Nilufer Narly lost half a million money and a lot of jewelry to phone scams. Ayshe Nilufer Narly, who realized that she had been deceived, later reported the situation to the police and filed a complaint.
Doç.dr. Abdurrahman Nazİf Çatik
Abant said that Nilufer Narly, who regularly attends FETO meetings, received a phone call from a person who introduced himself as a police officer. “He was asked many questions and said that these questions helped FETO and other terrorist organizations.”
Nilufer Narly, who took the “not enough, but yes” side in the 2010 referendum, which completely transferred the judiciary to FETO, said that during the fraud, a police certificate was sent to him and said:
“They said that they can control the lines through the electronic government. When I entered the e-government password, there was no queue, they said that the members of the terrorist organization were hiding it professionally. I believed the police officers who said that the operation in question was carried out undercover by the Department of Justice and MIT. They said that they would take my coins and gold and send them to the fingerprints. They even said that my jewelry in the safe had been changed by members of a terrorist organization and left fake gold instead of real gold. They said that this organization, which really serves the country, will disappear with my help.”
Dr. Seyfİ Say
Nilufer Narly, who is known for supporting Ergenekon in the FETÖ conspiracy, noted that he thought he was serving the country when he talked to the crooks with the words “Turkey is becoming normal”, and continued his speech as follows:
“I went to the branch of the college where I work, withdrew money and bought jewelry from the safe. The people on the phone were the first to give me the password to “Peace Source”. When the police came and said “Peace”, I answered “Pynar”. He said the decision had been made. It was reported that the password was chosen in this way because of the “Peaceful Spring” operation. After I moved to my place of residence, when the policeman who came to the door said “peace”, I answered “Pinar”, filled my wallet, handed over half a million in money and jewelry, and started coming to the police. I complain about those who cheated me”
Six months after entering the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, the head of Cankaya District Internal Affairs Department, Önder Yujebash, called me from the landline in the annex room of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey and told me that his number was 654789. He says my ID number, “It’s yours, right?” says. He announces on my behalf that a person who has information about the identity of not only me, but also my wife and child has been stopped from illegal activities, but managed to escape, but they will conduct an operation and arrest me, otherwise I will be guilty. This operation was carried out together with the General Prosecutor’s Office of Ankara. He added that it was a covert operation that MIT advisor Hakan Fidan informed them about. Then he gave me the number of the Prosecutor General: 0312 509 31 80. He also asked me to contact the 11880 unknown number service and make sure that the number is correct. When I tried to call “unknown numbers” from my cell phone, the landline was on, and the lady who answered the phone said that the number belonged to the Ankara court. In the meantime, I was looking for the name Önder Yujebash on the Internet to see if such a curator really exists. Then Önder Yuchebash had to call me from the prosecutor’s office and tell me that he would inform me shortly. Indeed, my cell phone is being called from the above mentioned number. The person who claims to be the head of the Prosecutor General’s Office says that the prosecutor did this operation knowingly. Later, the chief said that he needed my help so that the operation was successful and the criminals were caught. Also, how much money I have in which banks, etc. It was important for them to know that there was a jewelry store and that I had recently been shopping at jewelry stores. It would also be beneficial for me to use a new cell line and contact her for surgery. Besides, I shouldn’t have told anyone about the operation, not trusting those around me.
At first I completely believed the story. But when it comes to trusting no one and problems with “money”, I have doubts. I called a police officer I know and asked, “They call me that,” and they said, “They’re crooks.” Then I said to Chief Inspector Önder Yuchebas: “I will introduce you to real police officers.” Shocked, he made “Ha, ha” noises.
The most sensitive thing is that no one in Jogorku Kenesh knew my landline phone number, I did not give it to my relatives, friends, and relatives. I didn’t even know the number myself, it was written on the phone, that’s it. I also called the Jogorku Kenesh power station from my mobile phone and said, “Connect Seifi Sai consultant.” Answer: We do not have Mushavir Seifi Sai number. In other words, neither I nor the exchange knew my phone number, but the caller did.
The second sensitive point was the phone number of the court in Ankara. The number is real. It was also on the Internet. And they really searched for me there. In other words, one leg of the criminal group was in the building where I worked, and the other was in the courthouse in Ankara.
One of Densiz’s lectures at the Faculty of Theology was given by Khz. He proposed to commit adultery with Maria. Then, when students revealed these words on the faculty’s Twitter account for the video in question; There is no such thing, he explained, “In the report of the independent institution, it is clear that it was done with a combination of cutting, cutting, pasting…” In other words, Maryam or not, they tried to justify themselves. Islamic values. The faculty kept its staff, the rectorate did not say anything about it. YÖK also defended its rector. At least that’s how it seems so far.
Let me tell you two things that occur to me as I write this: First, who and why would it feel necessary to interrupt a teacher’s speech out of nowhere and make him say that if we add it like this? the word? Second, why was the name of the independent organization that said the video was edited not mentioned? Let’s look at these too.
Yes, when we met for the first time in December 2012, G. was the only mutual friend of H. Asking about him, I “guessed” that I knew him. Hamza Chakyr showed me a “sensitivity” about Rasim Ozdenoren. I should not have written an article criticizing Özdeneren, I should not have written it. But I didn’t think he knew why I was criticizing, what views I was discussing.
So, on September 27, 2013, 10 days after the school year started, I emailed him my articles about Özdenören. But I did not receive any written or verbal response.
Actually, I got a very late reply. More than four months later, at the beginning of February 2014, he invited me to his room, brought up the subject of Özdenören again, said unpleasant things, and then sent an official letter as the “dean”, asking me to be aware of such letters and warn him. me.
Five months later, in July 2014, the winners of the TÜBİTAK Science Awards will be announced. One of the winners was the Rector of Keleshtemur University, Erjies Fahret, but the award ceremony was supposed to take place at the end of the year, on Thursday, December 24, 2014, in Ankara. The rector of Erjies University received an award from President Erdoğan. A day after the ceremony, the rector’s secretary called me and told me that the rector wanted to meet with me in his office. Since I’m graduating from college, I wanted to ask if we could reschedule the meeting for Monday. It was possible.
However, on that cold day, when I left the rectory, deep in thought, and slowly walked home, my heart was filled with indescribable sadness, pain, and pain. Erjies snow could not extinguish the volcano inside me.
I was very upset, but I had no resentment or anger towards the rector. His behavior was not as detestable as Dean Hamza’s. It was clear from his speech, tone of voice, and body movements that he was not happy with the way I was being treated, and that he felt uncomfortable. I got the impression that the rector is an honest, humane, characterful person. He was an ineffective cog in the wheel, he was happy, even his future was uncertain.
As he informed me, after some time an investigation will be conducted against me and I will be called upon to defend myself against the allegations in the letter I received. I didn’t want to.
I was a senior assistant in the department and at the time of the investigation my contract was only for three months. There was no telling what the investigation would be like, but the wolves that repeatedly stalked me in the air were patient and knew that their prey was bleeding. At least they couldn’t extend my contract, they couldn’t extend it, they put me at the door under the pretext of an investigation, and even if they did, they didn’t believe that they didn’t see me as a unique opportunity to humiliate me. .
The problems I experienced were not “overt” strikes so much as investigations. I have also had other types of debilitating surgeries. The department’s administration, working with MIT staff, seemed to have the issue under control. One day, the deputy dean came to my room and expressed his hatred even though Hakan Aydin was with another brother-in-law, a scientist. Like Rasim Ozdenoren, he used to call me a bad person.
He spoke. By the way, Hakan Aydin asked if they received an email from me or not.
Hakan asked me if I knew or knew the name that sent the message in the trendy phrase “make a fool of yourself”. His “stupid” question made me think I was the one who wrote and sent that message. It was also clear that he opened the email and not someone else. There was a tragic quality in human psychology that every murderer would eventually return to the scene of the crime.
I told Hakan about the email in question: “Now anyone can go into an internet cafe and send a message like this to all the employees on your behalf and make unthinkable claims about you.” However, I could only imagine how the news affected the staff. They attributed my behavior to the drugs I was taking, not my normal personality. They even interpret my reaction in an angry situation as “Oh, he didn’t take his meds.” Besides, if I were to tell someone about my past, they would think about this email and never believe me. In fact, he can see what I said as proof of the truth of the claim in this email.
However, they were a bit late in sending the email in question. Because four or five assistants understood that they should take what I said seriously. To them in late November or early December 2013, December 17-25.