ISTANBUL suicide bomb GLADIO ERGENEKON
"Some forces do not want Turkey to be in peace," Kaya said. "Maybe they wanted to frighten the government. It may be related to the Ergenekon trials or may be just because they wanted to terrorize people and generate fear. They might think that the government should come to harm."
Talha Kaya, 21, who sells food near the square, said he heard the bomb go off and went with some friends to help the injured
Special Forces Soldiers Planting Bombs in Basra! Caught Red-Handed!
google BOLOGNA GLADIO
google STRATEGY OF TENSION
google DEEP STATE TURKEY
then you can be as perceptive as Kaya, the food seller.