Harmony Science Academy a Gulen Charter School

Harmony Science Academy in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico are under the Cosmos Foundation. The Cosmos Foundation ran by Turkish Nationals who are known members of the Gulen Movement have abused many state and federal laws. Cosmos is the largest abuser of H1-B Visas for foreign teachers than the largest school district in America. Scratch your head and wonder why the Gulen Movement is getting away with reverse discrimination? Texas money crosses over state lines to support the other Gulen Managed charter schools, this is WRONG!! DISCLAIMER: If you find some videos are disabled this is the work of the Gulen censorship which has filed bogus copyright infringement rights to UTUBE

Friday, October 29, 2010

Gulen Lie and Cry---WHY?

Lie and Cry ----Why?
1)  Gulen CRIES because everyone thinks he is a LIAR
2)  Gulen LIES about why he lives in exile in the USA, unable to leave his 40 acre compound (boo hoo)
3)  Gulen CRIES about all the lawsuits and expose stories about his empire
4)  Gulen LIES about his "scholar" status, he CRIES because he has a 5th grade education
5)  Gulen LIES about his behavior and his male dominated cult (Women not allowed into the inner circle)
6)  Gulen CRIES about all the charges in Turkey against the Gulen Movement -Waaa Waaa Waaaa Waaa
7)  Gulen CRIES to his buddies Graham Fuller (ex-CIA) and now author of "A World Without Islam"
8)  Gulen LIES at his Interfaith Dialog foundations throughout the USA and the world. 
9)  Gulen CRIES when he thinks about returning to Turkey and be a man of character, face your accusers instead of hiding like a baby.
10) Gulen LIES about his "organic connections" with all of the US Gulen Foundations and their paper trail leading to the Gulen Managed Charter Schools.
11) Gulen CRIES about all the money going into bribing American politicians and all those FREE trips to Turkey and Interfaith Dialog Dinners:   (p.s. lets just use the money intented for these dumb American kids)
12) Gulen LIES about his grand ambition which has thus far emassed over $25 billion in wealth for him.
13) Gulen LIES about his "friendship" with reputable world religious leaders, they were all 1 time meetings and these leaders do not endorse the Gulen Movement.  Gulen met them not as an Islamic Imam but as a business man giving them "gifts" and "awards" (surprise surprise) Gulen was wearing a suit NOT his traditional Imam clothing. 
14) Gulen CRIES about more schools, more schools, we MUST open more schools!!! Dominate education
teach the children of the world that Turkish is the language of peace and tolerance.
15) Gulen LIES about the ties of the schools, they all have a paper trail leading to each other.  Why LIE?
Gulen Haiku:
Gülen'in yalan ve ağlamakbebek bezi ve bebek gibihepimiz soru neden

Gulen lie and cry
like baby in diaper
we all question why?


Monday, October 25, 2010

Who is Fethullah (Esek) Gulen? and what is the Gulen Movement?

Who is Fethullah (Esek) Gulen and what is the Gulen Movement?

June 9, 2010;  last updated Oct 21, 2010

Fethullah Gulen is the most powerful religious leader in Turkey today, even though he lives in Pennsylvania.

Since the 1970s, Gulen and his followers have slowly built up a network of educational institutions, non-governmental organizations and businesses that started in Turkey, spread to Central Asia, and now is entrenched in every continent but Antarctica.  This network is called the Gulen Movement.  It
is extremely secretive, and many of its members (the "Gulenists") and organizations will not even openly admit their affiliation.  Publicly, the Gulen Movement advertises itself as a grassroots volunteer civil society movement that is interested only in humanitarian and educational works.  Its members like to stress that it is loosely organized with no central coordination.  Outside observers have noted, however, that it is in fact hierarchical and authoritarian, and has political, religious and economic goals.  Psychological pressure tactics appear to be used in recruiting young people as members (such tactics are described in these statements of ex-members, in Dutch, on the website of NOVA, a TV news program in the Netherlands.)
In the 1970s, Gulen's summer camps, tutoring centers and schools openly taught Islam.  However, in response to repression under Turkey's secular regime, the educational institutions shifted to curricula that did not overtly include any Islamic teachings.  Outside of Turkey, the network of Gulen schools has been rapidly expanding all over the world, and around 1999 the Gulenists began to establish publicly-funded charter schools in the United States, where they already had a small number of private schools.  In many (but not all) countries the Gulen schools appear on the surface to be completely secular, yet some observers have found that they covertly engage in missionary activities either after hours in school dormitories, or during other extracurricular activities.

Gulen is extremely controversial in Turkey.  He has many devoted followers.  At the same time, many Turks completely mistrust him, and in fact see him as ruining their country.  There is even a book entitled "How was Turkey beseiged: behind the curtains of the Fethullah Gulen Movement" by Merdan Yanardag.  Secularists, who controlled Turkey until recently, suspect Gulen of a secret Islamist agenda within Turkey.
  These suspicions led to Gulen leaving Turkey in 1999 to avoid being charged with trying to promote an Islamic state. 

Other Turkish books critical of Gulen's influence on Turkey and its politics include several by Hikmet Cetinkaya, a columnist for the major national newspaper Cumhuriyet.  The late University of Ankara history professor Necip Hablemitoglu, another highly vocal critic of the Gulen Movement, authored "Kostebek" ("The Mole"), detailing the Gulen Movement's infiltration of the Turkish police.  (Hablemitoglu was assassinated in 2002 and the case has never been resolved; his book was published posthumously.)

More recently, a respected former police chief named Hanefi Avci wrote a best-selling book about how the Gulen Movement has infiltrated Turkish institutions and stealthily taken over the state.  In September 2010, not long after this book appeared, Avci was arrested.  It is widely believed that the charges against him are false, and that the underlying reason for the arrest was retaliation for this book.  While opposition to Gulen's influence originally arose mainly within Turkey's staunchly secular community, concerns appear to be spreading even among people who do not particularly identify with the secularists, and Avci's arrest in particular, because of his reputation for integrity, seems to have created a great unease.

The political situation has changed substantially in Turkey since Gulen relocated to the U.S. in 1999; control of the country has slipped from the secularist establishment to the AKP party, which is closely allied with Gulen.  A series of arrests of high-level military officials in early 2010, along with the successful vote on the constitutional referendum in September 2010, are evidence that the AKP has firmly solidified its control of the country.  Despite this fact, and despite Gulen's acquittal of all charges back in 2006, Gulen remains in Pennsylvania, where he leads an extremely reclusive life.  In 2008, the Department of Homeland Security tried to deny Gulen a green card, but a number of his American supporters, including former CIA official Graham Fuller, wrote letters on his behalf, and Gulen prevailed.

Gulen and his schools have been controversial not only in Turkey, but also in Central Asia, Europe, and now the United States as well.

A good introduction to the Gulen Movement can be found in an article by Tim Steller of the Arizona Daily Star, April 25, 2010:
"Gülen movement an enigmatic mix of Turkish nationalism, religion, education"

Steller offers some additional information on the Gulen movement in an article on a chain of Gulen schools that appeared in the same edition of this Arizona newspaper.

Another excellent source of information on the business/economic and political activities of the Gulen Movement is the 2009 PhD thesis of Joshua David Hendrick, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Fethullah Gulen seperated at Birth? You decide.

We will talk about the similitarities later--Hitler's Youth Movement is exactly the same model as Gulen's world wide manipulation of education.  Get em while they are young!!!!  Yes Sir ee!

The Gulen Movement is in DAMAGE CONTROL 24/7

The Gulen Movement aka "Hizmet" are posting overtime on the Internet, acting like satisfied parents and charter school supporters.  There biggest fear is of Ergenekon, which in Turkey is the enemy of  Fethullah Gulen.   Gulen is living in EXILE in the USA - (Poconos, PA) for a reason and it has nothing to do with Gulen's diabetes.  Gulen fled Turkey in 1998 among accusations for overthrowing a secular government.  Currently the Gulen Movement is under investigation in Turkey for over 194 charges of inflitration of (surprise surprise) education, military, politics, media and the local police.    Watch the SAME MODEL being performed before your eyes in the USA. 
Gulen will also hide behind local liberal Christian groups and even invite them to Interfaith Dialog meetings to gain their trust, throw in a free trip to Turkey with a free meal and they have a few supporters (but not for long)  In Colorado, the Gulen School "Lotus School of Excellence" even shares their campus with a Christian Church.  In Missouri the Gulen School purchased a private Catholic School that went out of business.

Isn't this the Islamic way?  Convert the church or tear it down.  This is what the Ottomans did when they invaded the Christian captiol of Constaniople, shamelessly converting the St. Hagia Sofia Church into a Mosque (today it is a Museum) then changing the name of the town to Istanbul.

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Gulen the FRAUD- Arkansas Schools find out about FREE trips to Turkey

Well, well it seems our favorite Baba Gulen has paid for many trips to Turkey for members of Congress and other US politicians.  Gulen's grand ambition of moving into the arteries: Education, Politics, Police, Media and Miltary is the model working all over the world.   Check out the free site LEGISTORM, below to know where your tax dollars are going............and it aint to your child's education. 

Fethullah Gulen Brainwashing Young Americans
He has been called the most dangerous Islamist in the world by one Islamic expert, and the “Turkish Khomeini” by another.  Guy Rodgers, of ACT! for America, has written an excellent article on how Fethullah Gulen may be infiltrating the United States through charter schools. 

The "Turkish Khomeini?"
He notes that here in the U.S. the Fethullah Gulen Community (FGC) runs over 90 charter public schools in at least 20 states. This was brought to the attention of ACT! for America officials by ACT!  members who actually have relatives who teach in one of these schools, an illustration of the growing reach of ACT! for America’s “eyes and ears” across our country.
Members of the movement are currently pushing for a rapid expansion of these schools in the United StatesAccording to USA Today, the schools educate as many as 35,000 students — taken together they’d make up the largest charter school network in the USA — and have imported thousands of Turkish educators over the past decade.  They operate as “charter schools” and thus are funded by American taxpayer money.
 One such school, Tarek ibn Zayed Academy (TiZA), is a publicly funded charter school in Minnesota, that is so Islamic in nature that the Minnesota Department of Education issued two citations against it and the ACLU is suing it.  Yes, you read that correctly – THE ACLU IS SUING THE SCHOOL.   This is the same ACLU that wants to deny children the right to sing Christmas songs and even have a Christmas tree at public school.  Normally, they defend all religions except Christianity.  The point is – it must have been pretty bad for the ACLU to sue an ISLAMIC school.   The Star-Tribune had a revealing story on the Islamic religious activities at the school.
And yes, there are two such schools in Arkansas, according to charterschoolwatchdog.com. the Lisa Academy in Little Rock and Sherwood. 
Gulen is very deceptive and puts up a front of “interfaith dialogue” and peace and lollipops.  He uses taqqyia (deception of the infidel) , and has sucked in many “useful idiots.” The truth lies not in what he says to an American or English speaking audience, but what he says when he is speaking to a Turkish audience as he did in this sermon in 1999 on Turkish television:
“You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers … until the conditions are ripe, they [the followers] must continue like this. If they do something prematurely, the world will crush our heads, and Muslims will suffer everywhere, like in the tragedies in Algeria, like in 1982 [in] Syria … like in the yearly disasters and tragedies in Egypt. The time is not yet right. You must wait for the time when you are complete and conditions are ripe, until we can shoulder the entire world and carry it … You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in Turkey … Until that time, any step taken would be too early—like breaking an egg without waiting the full forty days for it to hatch. It would be like killing the chick inside. The work to be done is [in] confronting the world. Now, I have expressed my feelings and thoughts to you all—in confidence … trusting your loyalty and secrecy. I know that when you leave here—[just] as you discard your empty juice boxes, you must discard the thoughts and the feelings that I expressed here.”
Gulen is very plain about being deceptive, huh?
In my previous post, I shared my research with you on Chad Causey, Democrat candidate for the 1st Congressional District in Arkansas.  According to LegiStorm, a website that makes it super-easy to look up the annual salaries and financial disclosures of congressional staffers, Causey’s trip to Turkey in 2008 was financed by the Rumi Forum for Interfaith Dialogue.  On Rumi Forum’s website, they name Fethullah Gulen as their “Honorary President.” 
My question is this:  Is Mr. Causey a “useful idiot” for Fethullah Gulen?  If elected, will he push these Gulen schools – which are essentially incubators for future jihadists  – down Arkansans’ throats?