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Ankara: US spends on maintenance of F.Gülen centers in its territory 0,5 billion

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Official Ankara continues to publish data on the "cleansing" of power from supporters of Fethullah Gulen and his political movement "Hizmet". According to the latest information published by Turkish Anadolu, from the Land Force, Navy and Turkish Air Force fired 149 generals and admirals from 325 and 1099 officers from 32189. In total, 1684 officers, generals and admirals were fired from the ranks of the Turkish armed forces after an attempted coup d'état, most of whom are accused of having links to the organization of Gulen, who now lives in the United States.



The official Turkish authorities say that all the dismissed servicemen are involved in the death of 250 people on the night of the attempted state coup in the country.

At the same time, "Anadolu" publishes a map of the United States of America, on which states with the presence of Fethullah Gulen educational institutions are marked in red.



If you believe the information published, the last such educational institution in the United States was opened on the territory of a military base near Las Vegas. The largest number of educational centers of Gulen, called Ankara terrorist, operate in the states of Texas and Ohio (76 objects). Ankara claims that maintaining Gülen centers costs the United States annually half a billion dollars.
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  1. Holsten
    Holsten 28 July 2016 20: 06
    +2
    Uncle Sam, even kissing the Sultan in the gums, will hold him for the testicles - nothing personal, only business.
    1. Pirogov
      Pirogov 28 July 2016 20: 16
      0
      Quote: Holsten
      Uncle Sam, even kissing the Sultan in the gums, will hold him for the testicles - nothing personal, only business.

      Now let the sultana herself bite herself for ... and she’s biting, otherwise Erdogash imagines a lot about herself.
  2. siberalt
    siberalt 28 July 2016 20: 09
    +2
    Gulen for Erdogan, as Trotsky for Stalin. Who knows the story, he agrees that it is often repeated even in personalities.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 28 July 2016 20: 16
      +2
      Quote: siberalt
      it is often repeated even in personalities.

      It remains to find a new Mercader.
      1. Smog
        Smog 28 July 2016 20: 30
        +6
        Quote: Vladimirets
        Quote: siberalt
        it is often repeated even in personalities.

        It remains to find a new Mercader.

        And urgently, urgently to buy a new ice ax.
        1. BARKAS
          BARKAS 28 July 2016 20: 36
          0
          Quote: Smog
          And urgently, urgently to buy a new ice ax.

          Why let them bite among themselves further.
          1. Smog
            Smog 28 July 2016 20: 40
            +4
            New Mercader with Gulen ????? laughing
          2. Asadullah
            Asadullah 28 July 2016 20: 55
            +3
            Why let them bite among themselves further.


            And if Turkey’s exit from NATO is at stake? And if the creation of a Middle East military alliance is at stake, which might look like this: Russia-Turkey-Iran-Israel-Egypt? And if this is an opportunity for economic expansion, pushing camel lovers into the ass of this noble animal, when royal fortels with oil prices will be impossible? And if this is a joint project of the Caspian-Black Sea-Indian Ocean canal? And if it is a vast territory without the British and Americans?
    2. sandrmur76
      sandrmur76 28 July 2016 20: 52
      +1
      When will the United States merge? They’ve made such crap. How many wars are there because of them?
    3. Lord_Bran
      Lord_Bran 28 July 2016 21: 36
      0
      No matter how he died in a similar way.
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  4. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 28 July 2016 20: 19
    0
    Well, what does the law allow? Allows. Half a yard? Well yes. And what does Ankara not like?
  5. Bramb
    Bramb 28 July 2016 20: 25
    +1
    So much for NATO, for the whole alliance.
    Ukrainians also think that the Americans want to share their welfare with them?))))
    1. the villain
      the villain 28 July 2016 20: 43
      +1
      Quote: Bramb
      So much for NATO, for the whole alliance.

      Ostap suffered, sorry, the Sultan, now he is reaping what he sowed ...
  6. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 28 July 2016 20: 32
    -3
    I wonder how much SGA spend on the content edro? They are mother Russia worse than invaders rob.
    1. 73bor
      73bor 28 July 2016 20: 41
      0
      Spend little, but much more for the maintenance of the Dalai Lama!
    2. Bramb
      Bramb 28 July 2016 20: 41
      -2
      You, comrade, swim finely and think poorly.
      They do not contain edro at all. They tell you directly. how they work, and you cannot even count 2 * 2. Yes (c).
  7. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 28 July 2016 20: 33
    0
    Erdogad famously found a scapegoat - if a natural cataclysm happens in Turkey tomorrow, they will find Gulen’s traces there, or they will directly pronounce him guilty. This reminds me of ukroin, who is to blame for everything in Russia, and the Turks have their own horror story.
  8. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 28 July 2016 20: 50
    +1
    In a two-faced world, this happens and knives are held behind my back. I saw these, my mouth smiles and my eyes burn with anger.
  9. Zubr
    Zubr 28 July 2016 20: 55
    +3
    And it all started against the backdrop of the resumption of economic relations with us and, naturally, of the resumption of discussion of the South Stream project.
  10. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 28 July 2016 21: 08
    -1
    "If the stars are lit, then someone needs it"
  11. sogdianec
    sogdianec 28 July 2016 22: 10
    0
    What is interest to us from the Turkish squabble? The amers have everything under control so far that Erdogan is predictable, and Gulen, all the more so, on a short leash in the United States. Erdogan today apologizes to us and curses the Americans, but comes tomorrow ...
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 28 July 2016 22: 52
      0
      Quote: sogdianec
      What is interest to us from the Turkish squabble? The amers have everything under control so far that Erdogan is predictable, and Gulen, all the more so, on a short leash in the United States. Erdogan today apologizes to us and curses the Americans, but comes tomorrow ...

      This situation with a quarrel with the Russian Federation served as a good lesson for the Sultan. And next time he will think hard and several times whether to quarrel with us again or not. After all, neither his membership in here, nor the "exclusive" ones, nor the favorable situation with refugees for Turkey has helped him. And then Russia has closed the way for vacationers and tomatoes, among other things. Terrorist attacks began in the country and an attempted coup d'etat ... Not to mention the "Turkish stream" and the construction of the nuclear power plant.
      That's it. To be friends with the northern neighbor is the main conclusion of the Sultan, judging by his words and actions.
  12. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 28 July 2016 23: 46
    +1
    That's right, Taiypich, atu them! Everyone is already tired! And call Obama some indecent Turkish letter!
  13. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 29 July 2016 00: 00
    -1
    Quote: Zubr
    And it all started against the backdrop of the resumption of economic relations with us and, naturally, of the resumption of discussion of the South Stream project.


    Yes, who would doubt it. Everything is random, well, it happens.
    "They pulled off a sweater from him, chewed off the clock in an instant
    and pulled the slabs straight from the runway. "
    Now let the gruppenfuhrer feel now, as it is, without a watch and without a sweater ...
  14. boforss
    boforss 29 July 2016 00: 09
    +1
    Erdogan eliminates the former ally, the throne swayed, but I want to sit. At the beginning of his premiership in 2002, he himself entered into an alliance with the Gulenists against secular forces and the army.
    We have an educational organization Sebat in Kyrgyzstan since 1992, reportedly associated with supporters of the opposition leader Fethullah Gülen. There are 16 lyceums, nine of which have primary and secondary classes, two international schools Silk Road and Cambridge and Ataturk-Alatoo International University. It is possible that these establishments are a screen for something. But I talked with parents whose children study in these institutions. Only study, no ideas of pan-Turkism, no beards and scarves. Education is several times higher than in public schools, plus participation in international Olympiads. Interestingly, before the coup, no one in Turkey from the government even stuttered about schools, was not accused of a threat to society, until there was a threat to Erdogan's presidency. And now they insistently "ask" to close these establishments. It's strange how ... Before, where were you?
  15. ghby
    ghby 29 July 2016 07: 41
    0
    Quote: Asadullah
    And if the creation of a Middle East military alliance is at stake, which might look like this: Russia-Turkey-Iran-Israel-Egypt?

    How long have the leaders of these countries been at our reception? Iran, Azerbaijan - scheduled to meet in August, Turkey - August, Israel - in June was, this is a meeting of heads of state. Egypt remained, but after the terrorist attack of 2015 there were a lot of calls, and it seems that cooperation continues. So why not.