Sunday, December 14, 2008

German-based radical Islamsist Milli Gorus in $60 mln fund dispute


...this is the headline of Turkish newspaper Hurriyet.
The heading must be 'Turkish Mili Gorus' involved in massive fraud. Mili Gorus is active in Germany (HQ Koln) and in the Netherlands. Also some activities are reported in Belgium.

Two months ago I submitted an article at TDN, now Hurriyet Daily News.
The article was all about the activities of Turkish groups in West Europe: Mili Gorus, Lightscheme, Grey Wolves and even the current Turkish government.

Hurriyet rejected my column, for obvious reasons: Turks can not do anything wrong in Europe. And Turks helped to build the European society. Only...they forget that most Turkish immigrants in West Europe fled their country after several bloody coups, something most Turkish people simple ignored.
But finally, Hurriyet woke up and put an article about Mili Gorus in Germany.
Can they also do some investigations about the neo-fascistic Grey Wolves in Europe?

European Internet privacy protection measures

Ever get the feeling you’re being watched? As more of our lives are spent online, our personal data is becoming increasingly accessible to those who want to know everything about what you do and where and how you do it.
This week’s europeans looks at what steps are being taken to keep your private details private and protect your data from being misused.
Here an clip about which measures will be taken.

Kemal Derviş; new vision for Turkey?



Is Kemal Derviş the Man for All Turks? The head of the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP) announced that he will establish a new party in Turkey.

Kemal Derviş is a Turkish economist and politician. He was born on January 10, 1949 in Istanbul to a Turkish father and a Dutch-German mother.
Here his biography.

Day Opening - December 14


Salvador Dali
Composition: Evocation of Lenin
1931. Oil on canvas, 114 x 146 cm.
Musée National d`Art Moderne, Paris.
"The quicksands of automatism and dreams vanish upon awakening. But the rocks of the imagination still remain". Salvador Dali, in the world of Salvador Dali; Macmillan, 1962