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Two faces and contradictions of MAD MAN Fethulah Gulen and his cult members.

Reader comment on item: Another Islamist Assault, Another Western Cringe
in response to reader comment: Gulenists to repair the radical Moslem Brotherhood?

Submitted by Goosenetworks (United States), Sep 19, 2012 at 01:09

How is it that Fethullah Gulen states that he loves the children but never speaks up to release the children from Turkish adult prisons. I find it strange that Fethullah Gulen himself condemns the actions and violence in the Middle East of Islamic radicals yet speak of him or write about him or cult movement you risk being tossed in jail or being sued.

So I guess it is alright to offend Mouhamad but not Gulen. I also find it strange that he condones these actions of violence but places a fatwa on the Kurdish people. Telling his cult to cut them off at the roots and topple their homes burning their roots (genocide) I also find it strange that he appears to give the late Pope a birthday present and to get his picture taken that his cult members like to flaunt to non cult members as if it were a seal of approval from the vatican. When later he tells his cult members that the late Pope is snake and cobra and that the Vatican is nothing more than a den a snakes.

Should anyone trust him? Does he have split personality or just a two faced fraud to his members and to the rest of world. I also find it strange that Gulen claims that it is not a political movement but has his own Lobby Groups in Washington Dc and even a gulen inspired school that focuses on political science in Austin Texas called the Harmony School of political science.

People should stop listening to what he and cult says and focus more on what they do. All in all Fethulah Gulen his cult members and the moving is a living contradiction in all and everything say and do. Since Gulen himself feels that he is above Mouhamad and Islamic doctrine he cannot be trusted by either the Islamic world or the Kifar. One cannot make friends or be trusted when playing on both sides of the fence.


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