As Turkey and Saudi Arabia put the world on the brink of War, can both nation’s respective weapons systems be traced back to the CSKT?
James White NorthWest Liberty News
As I have attempted to clarify in my two previous articles on this subject (Parts I and II can be seen here-1 and here-2), the CSKT has developed a cozy relationship with Turkey, Saudi Arabia and other nations in the region; some of which are known supporters of radical terrorist organizations who would like nothing better than to kill Americans. As troubling as that seems, it pales in comparison to the real possibility that the very weapons of war which may precipitate WW III were created, under contract, by a subsidiary of the CSKT on American soil.
In similar fashion to my first two articles, I am utilizing information which was compiled by attorney, Lawrence Kogan in his ongoing effort to protect the water rights in Montana and other parts of the Western United States. In relation to the CSKT and their contracts with Turkey, Saudi Arabia et al. I have included an excerpt from Mr. Kogan’s working paper on the subject.
During the course of preparing our lawsuit and addressing the Department of Justice’s responsive pleadings, the adverse media reports, and our clients’ concerns for their public reputations, we had unfortunately been unaware of three pieces of critical evidence that would have further supported our allegations. The first piece of critical evidence is a pair of March 17, 2012 articles appearing in the Ravalli Republic and the Missoulian, two local press mediums, reporting, in part, how the CSKT’s S&K Aerospace subsidiary had secured a $1 billion military replacement parts contract with the U.S. Air Force to supply foreign air forces, including those from Saudi Arabia, Libya and Turkey. For obvious reasons, only scant information about the CSKT’s relationship with the Saudi Arabian Air Force (but none about its relationship with the Turkish or Libyan Air Forces) had previously appeared in the Tribes’ 2011-2014 annual reports and corresponding quarterly newsletters. While a third article released on April 18, 2012 and appearing in the Valley Journal, a third local press medium, had mentioned the Tribes’ blossoming relationship with the Government of Turkey, it refrained from discussing anything about a CSKT/S&K military contract with Turkey or Libya.
The second piece of critical evidence is the U.S. Department of Energy’s September 4, 2015 press release announcing that a $12.8 million, fixed-price, contract had been awarded to S&K Logistics LLC, a CSKT subsidiary, “for project scheduling and cost estimating support services at the Savannah River Site.” According to the press release, “[t]he Savannah River Site (SRS) is a key DOE industrial complex dedicated to environmental cleanup, nuclear weapons stockpile stewardship, and nuclear materials disposition, in support of the U.S. nuclear non-proliferation efforts.” In addition, the press release stated that the Savannah Site “also develops and deploys technologies to support radiological and chemical cleanup activities following approximately 50 years of producing materials used for nuclear weapons, primarily plutonium and tritium.” In October 2015, S&K Logistics issued its own press release announcing the contract award, as well as, a quarterly newsletter issue describing the contract in more detail. In particular, it stated that S&K “will support existing projects, initiatives, operation activities, and future Site missions,” and “be establishing a new and proprietary software system for DOE use in forecasting, tracking, analysis, and reporting of ongoing DOE projects at the Site.” Clearly, S&K Logistics would be handling national security-sensitive information which the Government of Turkey and other Middle Eastern entities, including terrorist groups which Turkey is known to harbor, such as Muslim Brotherhood, would potentially be interested in learning more about.
The third piece of critical evidence is an article authored by a former German Defense Ministry official that had been published in the National Interest journal, entitled, Is Turkey Secretly Working on Nuclear Weapons? which argued that “[for] quite some time, evidence is mounting that Ankara is trying to acquire nuclear weapons.” In particular, the article asserted that, “the likelihood of a Turkish nuclear weapons program had increased dramatically. Simply put: the Western intelligence community now largely agrees that Turkey is working both on nuclear weapon systems and on […] means of delivery. Iran is the model to emulate.”
To support these claims, the article’s author found, based on “thorough analysis” of civilian nuclear power plant procurement contracts Turkey has executed with the Russian Federation, and a French-Japanese consortium, that Turkey had rejected, without explanation, the typical contract provisions for constructing a light-water reactor” which “require[s] the use of low enriched uranium” and the plant builder-operator “take back [of] the spent fuel rods.” “Turkey insisted that the deal would neither include the provision of uranium nor the return of the spent fuel rods. Ankara wanted to deal with this matter separately at a later stage.”
According to the article’s author, this could only mean one thing: “Turkey wants to maintain the option to run the reactors with its own low enriched uranium and to reprocess the spent fuel rods itself. This, in turn, means that Turkey intends to enrich uranium, at least to a low level.” In addition, the article’s author emphasized how Turkey’s pursuit of “twenty-three projects in total—indicates the scope of Turkey’s envisioned enrichment effort. The path that Turkey wants to take is clear: to follow in Iran’s footsteps.” The Rühle article, furthermore, argues that, “rejection to return the spent fuel rods to the supplying countries […] allows for only one conclusion: Turkey is bent on producing plutonium for making weapons. […] With its rejection to return the spent fuel rods, Turkey is embarking on the pathway to the bomb.” This article also relates that other foreign intelligence sources had concluded, as early as 2010, that “Turkey could become a nuclear power any time it wanted to.”
As you can clearly surmise, Turkey seems hell-bent on becoming a nuclear power; and with the current events unfolding in Syria, they may also become a spark for WW III.
To get a better idea of how the Federal Government uses the Native Americans as a hammer against the American people, along with threats and intimidation to complete their Agenda 21 plan, please take time to view the brief video below of Larry Kogan. As I have stated previously, Larry is fighting tirelessly to end the tyrannical control of water out West, and he is also the author of the working paper which I have used as a reference for this article series.