Paul L. Williams, Ph.D./The Last Crusade



Thanks to former CIA operative Graham Fuller and members of the U.S. State Department, Fethullah Gulen, dubbed “the most dangerous Islamist on planet earth,” has obtained permanent residency status and may remain within his mountain fortress in Pennsylvania for the rest of his life.

Mr. Fuller submitted a petition in favor of Gulen’s application for a green card to a federal judge in Philadelphia.

The ex CIA official said that Gulen merits shelter and protection within the United States because he is an individual with “extraordinary ability in the field of education.”

Gulen lacks a high school diploma.

Why would Fuller endorse an émigré who fled Turkey to escape charges of sedition for his attempt to overthrow the government and establish a New Islamic World Order?

The answer comes from the transcripts and investigative reporter Sibil Edmonds.

During the Clinton Administration, the CIA began to fund the Gulen and his movement with millions derived from drug trafficking – – including the revenues amassed by Turkish underworld figures (bubas) from the flow of heroin from Afghanistan through northern Iran to Turkey.

With the money, Gulen established radical madrassahs (Islamic schools) and cemaats (Muslim communities) throughout the Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmernistan and newly newly formed Russian republics in order to gain control of the vast oil and natural gas reserves of these developing countries.

The movement grew to attract more than six million Muslim adherents, who supported Gulen’s attempt to restore the Ottoman Empire and to establish a universal caliphate.

By 1999, the CIA began to support Gulen’s effort to topple the secular government in Turkey so that he could have a firm base to gain control of the newly created countries in central Asia.

When Turkish officials became aware of Gulen’s intent, they moved to arrest him on charges of sedition.

Gulen fled the country for the United States where he received special immigration status as “a religious worker.”

With billions in backing, Gulen established his mountain fortress in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, where he continued to puppeteer events in Turkey through the Justice and Democratic Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma, AKP) – – a political party of his creation.

With the elections of 2002, the AKP gained absolute control of the Turkish government.

Abdullah Gul, Turkey’s first Islamist President, is a Gulen disciple along with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Yusuf Ziya Ozcan, the head of Turkey’s Council of Higher Education.

Under the AKP, Turkey has transformed from a secular state into an Islamic country with 85,000 active mosques – – one for every 350- citizens – – the highest number per capita in the world, 90,000 imams, more imams than teachers and physicians – – and thousands of state-run Islamic schools.

Despite the rhetoric of European Union accession, Turkey has transferred its alliance from Europe and the United States to Russia and Iran. It has moved toward friendship with Hamas, Hezbollah, and Syria and created a pervasive anti-Christian, anti-Jewish, and anti-America animus throughout the populace.

Thanks to Gulen.

In recent years, Gulen, from his Pocono hideaway, has gained support of his movement from Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Good night, Israel.

Several countries have become aware of the danger Gulen represents.

His movement has been outlawed in Russia and Uzbekistan.

Even the Netherlands, a nation that embraces pluralism and tolerance, has moved to cut funding to the Gulen madrassahs because of their imminent threat to the social order.

But Gulen’s dream of a New Islamic World Order continues to gain support and momentum throughout the Muslim world.

The CIA still nutures the belief that the Gulen movement will succeed in uniting the Muslims of Central Asia and, thereby, gain control of the natural resources of these countries for the so-called “good” of the American people.

Osama bin Laden’s notion of a universal caliphate is no longer an idle pipe dream.

That’s why Graham Fuller, former Deputy Director, endorsed Gulen’s application for permanent residency status.

Mr. Fuller presently serves as a consultant for the RAND corporation.

Other RAND consultants include former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and Condoleeza Rice, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfield, and James Scheslinger, former secretary of Defense and Energy.

RAND, a so-called “think tank” that offers analysis to the Defense Department, has been labelled a CIA front.

In the past, Mr. Fuller has offered his ringing approval of other radical Islamic movements.

He characterized Tabligh Jamaat as “peaceful and apolitical preaching-to-the-people movement.”

Sheikh Mubarek Gilani came to the United States in 1969 as a Tabligh Jamaat missionary.

Ten years later, he formed Jamaat ul-Fuqra and established Islamic paramilitary compounds throughout the country.

Jamaat ul-Fuqra, under Gilani’s leadership, has been involved in more terror attacks on American soil (thirty and counting) than all the other terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda and Hezbollah, combined. It has and sponsored assassinations, kidnappings, mass murder, grand theft, and fraud. It was largely responsible for the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center.

But Gulen’s application was not only endorsed by Mr. Fuller but also by former Under Secretary of State Marc Grossman, and former Ambassador to Turkey Morton Abramowitz.

The significance of their endorsement is more revealing and disturbing.

Stay tuned.

The worst is yet to come.


  1. These RAND and CIA people are insane, dangerous lunatics, that should be put down like mad dogs.

  2. This story should be headline news on every major website. Where is Drudge? NewsMax? Townhall? Important stories like this should be receiving widespread attention.

  3. Once again our own country has betrayed us! Why are my tax dollars going to fund these American Charter schools under the Gulen Movement? 1/2 the teachers are not American they are from the Islamic Republic of Turkey, or one of the other Turkish speaking countries. The teachers censor the information taught to the students and have a huge propaganda machine that they are state of the art “science schools”.
    What Gulen doesn’t tell you is the lack of transparency, and lying to parents about their involvement with the Gulen Movement. Then there is the layer of names and foundations in the Gulen Institute. Always sweet sounding names like: Rosegarden School, Beehive, Harmony, Magnolia- some are under the Daisy Education Foundation which checking their 990 IRS tax returns have a revenue of over $6 million. Not to mention the countless American Corporations like Raytheon that have lucrative military contracts with Turkey who are funneling money into these Islamic based schools.
    Most of the schools even have a Turkish American Club—-Why not an American Club? or a Native American Club?
    “Turkification” is alive and well in the USA, and the brainwashing is starting with our children. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkification
    Americans are stupid and weak for allowing our politicians to slip this one by us.
    If Moslems, Hindus, Catholics, etc., want to have a private school they are entitled to it. But NOT a Tax payer supported Charter school.
    Ask Mr. Gulen what would happen if American Christians went to the Islamic Republic of Turkey and opened 90 schools what would happen?
    I guarantee you they would be killed before they opened the schools or the schools burnt down. Just as Turkey has closed down most Christian schools and Theology seminaries…not to mention massacre their Christian population who were in the area 3,000 years before the Ottoman Turk.
    Don’t forget it was a Turk that shot the last Pope, Islamic Turks have an a Jihad in store for all Christians it is called “Brainwashing” and overpopulating with multiple wives and families.

  4. Looks like it’s goodbye, Judeo-Christian Australia as well.

    There were 16 Gulen schools in Australia as of December 2008.


    ” The development in Gülen’s outlook from earlier Ottoman/Turkish nationalism to a pan-Turkic and ultimately more global and even universal perspective may be represented by “the map story”. On the wall in his dormitory room, Hoca Effendi [Gulen] used to have a map of the Ottoman empire with the inscription ‘you are still in my dreams’. Later this was exchanged for a world map and finally a satellite view from space.”

    The author Dr Greg Barton of Monash University concludes : “Members of the hizmet believe that when they take the initiative and reach out in goodwill that their good intentions will be rewarded. And indeed, this does tend to be the case. Hizmet leaders in Australia such as Orhan Cicek have built up good relations with state and federal politicians up to the level of ministers and prime ministers. They enjoyed good relations with senior police officers and civil servants and have access to a wide range of decision-makers and leaders, who for their part tend to be only too glad to find Muslim leaders who desire to engage to take initiatives in dialogue and cooperation. Given the fact that only 3,000-4,000 people – around five percent of the 60,000 Turkish – Australians are thought to be closely affiliated with the movement in Australia the achievements are remarkable by any measure.
    In global terms the movement represents one of the world’s most significant examples of progressive civil society Islamic activism. It displays strong parallels with earlier forms of religious philanthropy in the west over the past four centuries and represents an important counterpoint to Samuel Huntington’s ‘clash of civilizations’ thesis.”

  5. “Excellent article” hahaha 🙂

    Fethullah Gulen is an authoritative mainstream Turkish Muslim scholar, thinker, author, poet, opinion leader and educational activist who supports interfaith and intercultural dialogue, science, democracy and spirituality and opposes violence and turning religion into a political ideology. Fethullah Gulen promotes cooperation of civilizations toward a peaceful world, as opposed to a clash:

    “Be so tolerant that your bosom becomes wide like the ocean. Become inspired with faith and love of human beings. Let there be no troubled souls to whom you do not offer a hand and about whom you remain unconcerned.” (Fethullah Gülen, Criteria or Lights of the Way. London: Truestar.)

    Please visit the following links to get more information about Fethullah Gulen and the Gulen Movement.

    Gulen Movement
    Gulen Movement
    Fethullah Gulen Blog

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