WikiLeaks Confirms Erdogan’s Son Link to ISIS
Thousands of emails have been released by WikiLeaks that came from Turkish minister Berat Albayrak, the son-in-law of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which proves links between Albayrak and deals he has with ISIS-Trafficked oil fields.
Berat Albayrak is a Turkish businessman and politician. He is the former CEO of Calik Holding; an MP since June 2015, and Minister of Energy and Natural Resources since November 2015. Many believe that Erdogan is grooming Albayrak to be his successor.
The cache of emails were released on Monday and demonstrates his insider knowledge of Powertrans.
Powertrans has a complete monopoly of Iraqi Kurdistan's roads and rail system into Turkey, and Albayrak has denied in the past that he has any connections to Powertrans.
Powertrans have consistently been accused of facilitating ISIS bloody oil from reaching the fields in Iraq to Turkey, AMN reports.
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, justified the email release because of Erdogan's crackdown on free media.
The people of Turkey need a free media and a free internet, Mr Assange said.
'The government's counter-coup efforts have gone well beyond their stated purpose of protecting the state... and are now primarily used to steal assets and eliminate critics.
This consolidation around the power vertical of Recep Tayyip Erdogan ultimately weakens Turkish institutionalism, leaving Turkey more susceptible to future coups by those in Erdogan's chain of command.
Source: Al Alam