Sibel Edmonds, founder and editor-in-chief of the independent news website NewsBud, says that CIA is about to proceed in false flag operations in the next few months to destabilize China.
Claiming information received from carefully vetted sources, she gives impressive details:
This is an urgent news announcement by Newsbud, based on information received from carefully vetted sources both inside and outside the United States. Radical Cleric Gulen’s Network, CIA’s long-term proxy for Gladio B false flag terror operations, has issued an action order to its top operatives (aka senior lieutenants) in Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Latvia.
The lieutenants have been instructed to report to the US embassies and, or consulates in these countries to receive their pre-approved US visas and to temporarily relocate to the United States.
Once in the United States, they are to marry pre-selected Chinese women obtain spousal visas from the Chinese embassy and all consulates. Then, as quickly as possible, relocate to China and wait further instructions for a coming series of back-to-back terror operations in mainland China.
These operatives are to act as agent provocateurs- to create violence and terror incidents to be blamed on Uyghurs, an ethnic minority in China’s Xinjiang region, and by doing so, incite the Chinese government to respond with force.
During the past several weeks, CIA directed media outlets such as Radio Free Asia, have escalated their broadcast on Xinjiang and China's so-called human rights abuses. Additionally, certain CIA-backed film producers have been asked to create documentaries targeting and amplifying China's abuse of the minority Uyghurs in the region.
According to one Newsbud source, the back-to-back false flag terror operations will begin within the next three to six months in mainland China.
According to journal-neo.org:
During the 1990s Gülen’s global political Islam Cemaat spread across the Caucasus and into the heart of Central Asia all the way to Xinjiang Province in western China, doing precisely what Fuller had called for in his 1999 statement: “destabilize what remains of Russian power, and especially to counter the Chinese influence in Central Asia.”
Gülen’s organization had been active in that destabilizing with help from the CIA almost the moment the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, when the nominally Muslim Central Asian former Soviet republics declared their independence from Moscow. Gülen was named by one former FBI authoritative source as “one of the main CIA operation figures in Central Asia and the Caucasus.”
By the mid-1990s, more than seventy-five Gülen schools had spread to Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and even to Dagestan and Tatarstan in Russia amid the chaos of the post-Soviet Yeltsin era. In 2011, Osman Nuri Gündeş, former head of Foreign Intelligence for the Turkish MIT, the “Turkish CIA,” and chief intelligence adviser in the mid-1990s to Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, published a book that was only released in Turkish. Gündeş, then 85 and retired revealed that, during the 1990s, the Gülen schools then growing up across Eurasia were providing a base for hundreds of CIA agents under cover of being “native-speaking English teachers.” According to Gündeş, the Gülen movement “sheltered 130 CIA agents” at its schools in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan alone. More revealing, all the American “English teachers” had been issued US Diplomatic passports, hardly standard fare for normal English teachers.
Today Gülen’s spider web of control via infiltration of the Turkish national police, military and judiciary as well as education is being challenged by Erdogan as never before. It remains to be seen of the CIA will be successful in a second coup attempt. If the model of Brazil is any clue, it will likely come after a series of financial attacks on the Lira and the fragile Turkish economy, something already begun by the rating agency S&P.
An internal Stratfor paper back in 2010, through WikiLeaks, gives impressive details on how the Gulenist network operates, based on a source that "was a hardcore Gulenist for 10 years and then defected from the movement when he came to the US several years back.":
The Gulenist model is obviously very successful. Even US diplomats are gradually becoming more influenced. They say the Kemalist model has been unsuccessful in bringing Turkey closer to the West, but the Gulen through their business and diplomatic efforts have been successful.
The source described for me how the Gulenist recruitment process works. In Turkey, preparing for your university exam is a huge deal (Emre has explained this to me in a lot of detail). You essentially have to sign away a couple years of your life to study for this. The Gulen schools are known to provide the best preparation, offer the best resources, etc. A lot of students will attend them, regardless of their political/religious affiliation.
Yout start out going a couple times a week, then 3 times a week, then every day of the week by the time you're done. They make it a gradual process and earn your trust. The movement will then take the brightest students from the class and will focus on them. The mentor for each student will change every year. They'll test your loyalty by calling you late in the evening, early on a Saturday morning, etc. and ask you to attend something or perform some task. The task doesn't really matter at the beginning. What they want to see is if you'll obey them and respond to their beck and call. This is all a process to test their loyalty.
Once you are placed in a strategic institution, whether it be the military, police judiciary, media firm, etc., you will be handled by what's the equivalent of a case officer. They are trained on how to communicate with their handlers in secret and receive order. Again, this is run very much like a professional intelligence organization.
As far as funding, for years, the Gulenists were very non-transparent. He described how each city in Turkey is responsible for certain countries. So, the Gulen in Ankara for example, are in charge of Azerbaijan, Turkemnistan, etc. The businessmen in that Turkish city are then responsible for funding initiatives in those countries. There were literally suitcases of cash being transferred to these countries, but later, through organizations like Tuskon, they've legitimized the process a lot more.