Bombs Dominate Turkey’s Agenda: “Deepthroat” Warns of False-Flag Attacks


fuatavni-insiderTurkey’s agenda has been filled with bombs lately. First there was the grenade attack to Dolmabahçe Palace, and then came the suicide bombing in Istanbul’s touristic center. The government “deepthroat” FuatAvni has tweeted that there would be several bombs going off soon, in crowded places, especially shopping malls. S/he also revealed that the intelligence service is in charge of these bombs and warned citizens to be careful about false flag explosions. Two bombs have been found before any explosion took place throughout the day.

The deepthroat twitter account has been right in many of his predictions so far, and has been giving insider information about President Erdoğan’s close circle. He had previously revealed the plans to rig the elections, raids on newspapers, the arrest of judiciary officers and many other incidents that rocked the country’s agenda. While the account has been active for more than a year, the government made several attempts to get the user information from Twitter, but could only achieve an account suspension, upon which the deepthroat opened a new account and continued his/her tweeting.

In the latest series of tweets, the account was writing about the raids against journalists since the December 14th. FuatAvni also stated that President Erdoğan wanted the strategy to be changed to give the impression that Gulen Movement is a terrorist organization, after the raids on journalists have been globally perceived as a major backlash in terms of press freedom. According to the revealed information, the national intelligence agents would place bombs in shopping malls and governing AKP’s offices. According to the plans, many people would be killed in the violent false-flag attacks, upon which the officials would come forward to explain that it is the Gulenists who had planned and carried out the attacks.

According to the tweets, the chief spy in Turkey has prepared a report on the terrorist attacks in France and plotted similar scenarios to be applied in Turkey to frame Gulen as the one giving orders.

The internal struggle for power in Turkey between the decade-long ruling AKP and their former close allies Gulen Movement had been disrupted at the end of 2013 when the Gulenist prosecutors revealed the biggest corruption case in the history, allegedly committed by AKP ministers, prime minister and their families.

Most recently the news portals, newspapers and news agencies that Gulen Movement had invested in, came under raids and dozens of journalists and editors had been arrested. This was seen as an assault on free press and heavily criticized by international community.


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