Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Let’s Have Some Fun: Fictions on Gulen Movement and So Called Gulen Charter Schools

You want to have some fun? Here it is: visit those personal blogs and websites that made coming up with ridiculous mendacity towards so-called “Gulen-inspired” charter schools their mission. Let me show you why:




Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.

Court records and the testimony of former government officials show that Fethullah Gulen, who presently resides in Pennsylvania, has amassed more than $25 billion in assets from the heroin route which runs from Afghanistan to Turkey.
Sibel Edmonds, a former FBI translator, testified that the drug money has been channeled into Gulen’s coffers by the C.I.A. “A lot of the drugs were going to Belgium with NATO planes,” Ms. Edmonds said. “After that, they went to the UK, and a lot came to the US via military planes to distribution centers in Chicago, and Paterson, New Jersey.”
Ms. Edmonds further said that Turkish diplomats, who would never be searched by airport officials, have come into the country “with suitcases of heroin.” According to Ms. Edmond and other government witnesses, Gulen began to receive funding from the CIA in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union when federal officials realized that the U.S. could not obtain control of the vast energy resources of the newly created Russian republics because of deep-seated suspicion of American motives.

So CIA is in this? US Army in this conspiracy? Even FBI is part of this? Al of those government agencies support this so called “Islamic movement” They help Gulen movement infiltrate America via "Gulen" charter schools? Anyone would laugh at this with their-your know whats. Who in the world would believe this? What and irony; a religious movement funded by drug money, supported by FBI, CIA, US Military. Why don’t you add George Bush into team…It would be the A Team then.

Here is another one…

Fethullah Gulen, Charter schools, Gulen schools, what a combination!
So, what do you see in the capture: Gulen charter schools in America. Has anybody seen a charter school whose name appears as Gulen School or Gulen Charter on the top of the main entrance? Any person who visited those imaginary Gulen charter schools listed on would laugh out loud if they have even a little bit of sanity left in them. Do the founders of this page really believe that people are naïve enough to believe this non-sense? Apparently not many people…


  1. Once again conspiracy theories fly over the DC and fed to the American public in the form of a red apple. News, truth or lies, are so mangled together that they make no sense at all to the clear and clever mind.

    First of all, as Sibel claims, fighting against communism does not necessarily put fighting groups in support of each other. Gulen's followers fought a non-violant, Gandhi-like, information and education war against the communists in Turkey for years before the military coup in 1980. CIA did that in their own way, openly or secretly, legally or not, whatever.

    Now, Gulen’s been claimed to have worked for CIA by people like Sibel as well as Muslim extremists in Turkey and Muslim world because his messages are so peaceful and tolerant against non-Muslims.

    If Sibelists’ mindset is correct, Sibel and Muslim extremists are working together and help each other financially and every possible way.

    There is this another group of people similarly conflicting each other, or maybe working together. Russians, some Central Asian regimes and Ergenekon group in Turkey blame the group to be Muslim extremists aiming to overthrow their regimes as well as anti-charter-school unions and laid-off teachers.

    So, for Sibel, they should be working together. Russians and Ergenekon feed money to teacher unions to fight against so-called Gulen charter schools.

    And, overall, all these groups, Sibelists, Muslim extremists, Russians, and American teacher unions must have agreed to attack this group and only God knows why. A mind blowing cooperation.

  2. There are four thousand seven hundred charter schools across the country and
    only three hundred thirty of them are in Ohio. They are similar to traditional
    public schools in several regards. They receive government funds to operate and
    are open to all interested students. Charter schools have only two percent of
    all children enrolled in nation’s public schools. Only 0.4 percent of charter
    schools across the country are in the Concept Schools network. It is really hard
    for me to understand why some people are trying to label those schools as "Gulen
    Schools”. I have been with Concept Schools more than six years and did not
    witness any official ties between Mr. Gulen and the board of directors of the
    school, the teachers, or the administrators. There is no religious studies
    department at the schools, no class on Mr. Gulen or his ideas, no pictures or
    statues of him, or any discussions that focus on his teachings. All teachers
    prepare students in a humanistic fashion to respect each other and to be good
    citizens who are respectful of their country.

  3. I am a parent of a child that goes to Horizon and I am more than happy to send
    my kid there. All of this seems to me to be nothing but insult and irrelevance.
    From all of my experiences, I can say that the Turkish teachers do their best to
    work with kids and help them become better individuals. My daughter adores one
    of the female Turkish teachers in her school and as a parent this makes me so
    much more comfortable sending her to school. It’s wrong to blame them for
    actions that have nothing to do with education. They came to the United States
    to educate others and to become better educators themselves. They work hard and
    I admire that. I know many of the teachers on a personal level and I can tell
    you that they are anything but “bad”. I suggest those that do not know them to
    get to know them and stop with the ignorance. The Unites States had a reputation
    of being one of the most welcoming and diverse countries and we should not ruin

  4. If the CIA supports the gulen charter schools, then why many teachers in these schools had to go back to Turkey because of the visa denials?

  5. I am one of the Turks in this Charter Schools and My family came to US with a Green Card (Lottery). We are going to be Citizen of US in a year. I know Mr. Gulen (Every Turks in the world knows him). But I do not like to be labeling as Gulenist because of working in a Charter School.

    By the way, I do not care what the other people says I will work hard to serve US as a better citizen.

  6. I have been proud of existence of this organization.Teachers are fully dedicated to high quality education for our students. These schools have never had more than three or four international teachers and those teachers were highly qualified and dedicated to their craft.


Plese let us know what you think about the issue of the charter schools allegedly linked to Fethullah Gulen and thus labelled as Gulen charter schools.