Probably everyone remembers the old film series about the undefeated British intelligence agent, James Bond. Sean Connery was perfect in these movies. But I’m not writing about him or about the films, the artistic value of which is debatable. As I started to write this article, I thought the organization “Spectre,” which opposes British intelligence and James Bond himself.
Spectre has its own people in the intelligence services, the governments and among the politicians of different countries. Spectre even has its own armed forces, air force and navy, or uses someone else’s with the help of their agents. It is an organization dedicated to destroying civilization itself by means of various methods, including torturing people until they become zombies. Sometimes it uses brute physical force, and chemical and even nuclear weapons.
Sound familiar? This Spectre is very reminiscent of Islamic groups. Its leader’s face is not often shown in these films, and this is similar to Muhammad.
I wrote all this the vast majority of recent terror attacks have been committed by Muslims. One might say that the security forces of this or that country are not up to par, but we are talking about countries that send people into space and are developing genetic engineering. I will not list all the achievements of the countries in which terrorists continue to kill people.
So what’s going on? Why can’t law enforcement agencies stop Islamic violence? Maybe the jihad groups themselves have representatives in law enforcement agencies?
Some time ago a young man who was only sixteen traveled from Georgia to Turkey. He ultimately joined the Islamic State. His relatives directly, openly told reporters that he was sent to Syria by law enforcement agencies in Georgia. They even said that representatives of state agencies bought tickets for a flight to Istanbul for the young mujahid. Law enforcement agencies can justify their actions by saying that they were sending agents to detect the location of Umar Al Shishani (Tarhan Batirashvili), who hails from Georgia, from the Pankisi Gorge.
But if this is so, too many “agents” were sent. And imagine this action on a global scale. It turns out that all too many government agencies prepare, equip, and send “agents” to the jihadists, and then “Stockholm Syndrome takes place and they really become jihadists.
The operation to find the leaders of the jihad failed, and the money was wasted. To transfer mujahideen from the Middle East to Chechnya costs 10 thousand dollars. In fact, the journey itself costs no more than 1000-1200 dollars. The rest of the money went into the pockets of government officials in Turkey, Azerbaijan, and later in Georgia. I do not think that these prices have bottomed out.
On July 9, 2015, the Second Chamber of the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors of Turkey transferred to other duties 49 out of the 54 people who had been involved in investigating the activities of the group Tawhid Salaam (“Islamic Monotheism and Peace”). In March 2014, the former chief of the intelligence department of the Istanbul Police, Ali Fuat Yilmazer, claimed that Hizballah had infiltrated the highest echelons of power in Turkey, establishing ties “at the highest level.” In particular, Tawhid Salaam has support from Interior Minister Efkan Ala, the head of the National Intelligence, Hakan Fidan, and Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay.
According to the newspaper Cumhuriyet, in the archives of the National Security Agency (NSA), the United States has information on cooperation between Iran and Hakan Fidan, and the publication Today’s Zaman says it has evidence regarding Fidan’s contact with Tawhid Salaam.
The problem is that the agreement with the Islamic Republic of Iran has created an appetite in many countries for Iran’s oil and gas deposits. In Iran, there are serous developments in the use of the atom for military purposes, so why not take advantage of them? Turkey and Iran have a problem in Syria, but there are uniting factors. Now that Iran has become the new ally of the Obama administration, why must Turkey be against Iran? Why not share military technology? Nuclear NATO member Turkey and a nuclear Iran can easily change the balance of power in the Middle East.
If Turkey, Iran, and Saudi Arabia all begin nuclear programs, the international community will not be able to place sanctions upon them all. And if Tawhid Salaam really has a presence in the government of Turkey, the exchange of nuclear technology is possible.
I have written on Jihad Watch about Chechen billionaire Khoj-Akhmed Nukhayev, who back in 1996 wanted to establish Turkish-Iranian relations through the transportation of Iranian oil and gas to Turkey, and then to Europe. He had very good connections in the US and the UK, as well as in Turkey and Iran, Georgia and Azerbaijan. Many of his associates and bought politicians are now representatives of government agencies in these countries.
American journalist Paul Klebnikov, chief editor of the Russian edition of “Forbes” magazine, better explains who Nukhhayev is. In the preface to his book “Conversation with a Barbarian,” he writes, “Nukhayev is really a barbarian. He is an enemy of the state and even the very idea of civilization. His extremist version of Islam is clearly energized by a gangster outlook.”
And in the world there are people who think that such leaders can have modern weapons, not to mention nuclear weapons.
The fact is that the “spectre” of Muhammad works everywhere under different names. The Islamic State, Shiites, Sunni Hamas, Hizballah, Boko Haram, the Taliban, the Muslim Brotherhood and many other organizations – they’re all part of the Islamic Spectre. They are inspired by the same teachings to kill us, using the weapons that we give to them.