Sedat Peker accuses people close to Erdogan of smuggling oil, minerals, and other matters from Syria to Turkey, in coordination with the “Al-Nusra Front”.
In his war series against Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, and through him the Turkish state, Sedat Peker (Sunday) spoke in his eighth tape, which he broadcasts on his YouTube account, about “Ankara’s involvement in Syria and its enthusiastic slogans on Palestine.”
Peker, who is of racist national origins, and is the leader of a mafia gang who had extensive and close relations with all state agencies and various other sectors, admitted his “role in the transfer of weapons and military equipment to the armed groups in Syria.”
“I thought I was sending weapons to the Turkmen, but later it became clear to me that this and other aid, which was transferred by the SADAT company with the National Intelligence, was going to Al-Nusra Front,” he said.
Peker’s recording sparked a wide interaction in social networks and news sites, after the video, which is for about an hour, gained 3.5 million views in just five hours.
Peker accused people close to Erdogan of smuggling oil, minerals, and other things from Syria to Turkey, in coordination with “Al-Nusra”, in order to achieve fantastic profits.
Without neglecting to address the Palestinian issue, Peker accused Erdogan, without naming him, of launching hollow enthusiasm slogans, saying, “You sent drones to Azerbaijan, which is rich in oil, and you sent the army to Qatar, which has billions of dollars, so why didn’t you send ten drones to the Palestinian people, and I ask you: Who owns the ships that transport goods and oil to “Israel”, and who has offices there?
These accusations seem to target Erdogan directly, because the owner of SADAT Defense Services, retired General Adnan Tanri Wardi (review of my article on this site dated December 18, titled “Blackwater.. with an Islamic Turkish flavor”) was a special advisor to President Erdogan Until 2018.
The media had talked about “secret missions carried out by this person and his company to transport weapons and military equipment to Syria, Libya, Somalia, and other places, with his company’s secret missions to train the militants of the various factions with acts of espionage and sabotage in some European countries.”
As for the ships, which Peker talked about in his last recording, everyone knows that they are owned by Burak, the son of President Erdogan, and Arkan, the son of former Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. Peker had previously accused Erkan Yildirim, in a previous tape, of smuggling drugs from Colombia to Turkey, passing through Turkey’s Northern Cyprus, which he said of, “It is a strategic center for money laundering, accusing the Turkish intelligence services of carrying out assassinations targeting opponents of the Turkish presence there.”
Peker’s talk about the transfer of weapons to Syria recalled what the security forces had done by stopping and inspecting trucks loaded with weapons, which were on their way to Syria at the beginning of 2014, which provoked violent reactions from Erdogan, who said, “The trucks belonging to the intelligence were transporting humanitarian and medical aid to the Turkmens in Syria.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu later swore by his honor that it was like that. Subsequently, all the security men, judges, and officers who played a role in stopping and searching the trucks were arrested, and they were all imprisoned on charges of treason and espionage after they were accused of having ties to the preacher Fethullah Gulan.
The editor-in-chief of the Cumhuriyet newspaper, Jan Dundar, was arrested, all his property was confiscated (he escaped after leaving prison to Germany), and the Republican People’s Party MPs, Anis Berberoglu and Eran Erdam were later arrested for their role in revealing the secrets of these trucks and the secrets of the dangerous relations between Ankara and Al-Nusra, including the transfer of sarin gas and materials used in the manufacture of chemical weapons.
“SADAT company was supervising everything so that Turkey would not be subjected to international legal prosecutions later,” Peker said.
Social networks that published a picture of Peker with President Erdogan, and Bulent Yildirim, head of the Humanitarian Relief Agency (which sent the Marmara ship to Gaza at the end of March 2010), which is accused of transporting weapons to armed gangs in Syria in ambulances, also reminded of Yildirim’s statements when on April 14, 2018, the American, British and French warplanes bombed Syrian sites: “These missiles did not cure our anger, they are few because they did not cause severe damage to the sites of the Syrian regime,” he said.
The recordings of the mafia leader, Sedat Peker, who is in the Emirates, are expected by many to create serious problems for President Erdogan, both internally and abroad. Peker, while targeting Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu and former Minister Mehmet Agar (Erdogan’s advisor for security affairs), told and will tell about serious issues, affecting President Erdogan, directly or indirectly, because he knows all the secrets of the state and who is in it because he was part of this combination.
No one knows whether and to what extent Peker’s recordings will affect the political future of President Erdogan, who was forced in April of last year, under pressure from his ally, the leader of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) Devlet Bakhchali, to release another mafia boss named Alaa Al-Din Cakici who when released from prison threatened the leader of the Republican People’s Party, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, by saying, “Respect yourself and stop attacking Erdogan, or else I will let you sit on the stake.”
Before that, Erdogan succeeded in confronting the violent opposition campaign that targeted him when, on December 17-25, 2013, followers of the preacher Fethullah Gülan leaked audio recordings of him with his son Bilal, and other recordings of four of his ministers, all of which proved their involvement in serious corruption cases, it demonstrated by the details the direct Turkish military intervention in Syria. Among those leaks was an audio recording of a session in the office of Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu with military and intelligence leaders, the content of which was a plan to invade Syria.
While waiting for the eighth episode of the series “Hidden and Secrets” related to Turkey, internally and abroad, many are asking about the UAE’s role in this campaign, and the pro-Erdogan media says that “Israel” and America stand with it, as it was behind the preacher Fethullah Gulan, who is accused of carrying out the failed coup attempt in Turkey on July 15, 2016, and is also responsible for leaking the audio recordings of Erdogan and others.
Gulan’s followers in the security were eavesdropping on the communications of all the political, military, and intelligence officials in the country, as President Erdogan himself admitted, who later said, “They were spying even on my bedroom,” while the loyal media was accusing Gulan, who lives in America, and his followers of working, sometimes to America, and sometimes to “Israel”, and sometimes to Germany. And the UAE now knows Erdogan’s secrets, if this accusation is true, everyone will know, from now on, more of these mysteries and secrets about the internal and foreign policies, if Peker’s words are true. At that time, Erdogan may find himself in big trouble, because polls have shown that at least 90% of those who follow Peker believe him.
Which we will see its results soon, if Sedat Peker was serious in his speech, as he threatened Erdogan by telling him, “I will address you personally next week, my big brother!”