How to Win like Flynn. Dissecting @GenFlynn’s Long-Game #QAnon #GreatAwakening #RevolutionQ #NEONREVOLT


from Neon Revolt:

I… realized something today…

Let me set this up:

My readers know, I post a lot of Gab – and I love doing so because the 3000 character-limit is a happy medium between the constrictive length of Twitter posts, and a full-blown article.

This was originally going to be a Gab post but I realized in the middle of trying to explain everything… I needed more space to do so.

And it started with a new court doc announcing that the #Flynn saga was slated to reach a major milestone in about 60 days time:


See that in the second image?

Based on the current trial date in the EDVA (Eastern District of Virginia) case and estimate length of that trial, the government believed 60 days should provide sufficient time for the defendant to complete his cooperation…

In other words, from this filing we learn that Flynn’s cooperation with the government should be coming to an end around mid-August.

Now recall: Flynn plead “guilty” to lying to the FBI in 2017. He was supposed to have been sentenced by now, but Judge Sullivan keeps postponing the sentencing while Flynn works with the government on these cases. So once his cooperation time is up, that’s when Flynn can be sentenced.

That said, this EVDA case is the last case Flynn has to consult on…

And boy, is it the motherload.

Flynn is expected to be the star witness against his former Flynn Intelligence Group partner, Bijan Kian, pictured here, sandwiched between Admiral Rogers and General Flynn:


This is actually pretty huge because Kian was one of the sealed indictments that got unsealed late, late, late last year.

From the DOJ’s own website:

An indictment was unsealed today charging Bijan Rafiekian, aka Bijan Kian, 66, of San Juan Capistrano, California, and Kamil Ekim Alptekin, 41, of Istanbul, and a Turkish national, with conspiracy, acting in the United States as illegal agents of the government of Turkey, and making false statements to the FBI.

According to allegations in the indictment, the two men were involved in a conspiracy to covertly influence U.S. politicians and public opinion against a Turkish citizen living in the United States whose extradition had been requested by the Government of Turkey. The plot included using a company founded by Rafiekian and a person referred to as “Person A” in the indictment. The company, referred to as “Company A” in the indictment, provided services based upon Person A’s national security expertise.

(Emphasis mine).

Person A is Flynn, and Company A is the Flynn Intelligence Group (FIG).

The indictment charges that the purpose of the conspiracy was to use Company A to delegitimize the Turkish citizen in the eyes of the American public and United States politicians, with the goal of obtaining his extradition, which was meeting resistance at the U.S. Department of Justice. At the same time, the conspirators sought to conceal that the Government of Turkey was directing the work. However, not only did Turkish cabinet-level officials approve the budget for the project, but Alptekin provided the Turkish officials updates on the work, and relayed their directions on the work to Rafiekian, Person A, and others at Company A.

So we learn here that FIG was hired by Ekim Alptekin to ostensibly repair Turkey’s image in the eyes of the United States, but the real task was to get a Turkish National extradited back to Turkey, and that this was really an effort by the Turkish Government, with Alptekin playing the front man through his Dutch company, Inovo BV.

Above is a recent photo of Alptekin.

And Alptekin is unusually well-connected. J.E. Dyer over at Liberty Unyielding writes:

How was Alptekin connected to the authors of Spygate? It depends on who you think they are, but he’s a Dutch citizen of Turkish origin with an array of connections that include Stefan Halper, Joseph Mifsud, George Soros, and senior U.S. officials, some of the connections through Soros’s European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), which has appeared as a hub for other Spygate connections in Europe.  Halper is not a member, but shows up for ECFR events.

Oddly enough, Alptekin has the very particular distinction of being the honorary consul of Albania in Istanbul, a position of which he seems very proud – he lists it everywhere – and which virtually guarantees that he would know Joseph Mifsud, sometime trainer of Albanian diplomats. (Mifsud was also listed on the editorial board of the Balkan Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, published from Tirana (Albania) Business University, in 2016.)

For the record, I’m not suggesting that Alptekin is in any way involved with the Papadopoulous set-up, nor do I believe he was involved in any way in the production of the fake Trump-Russia dossier. He just runs in connected circles, as far as I can tell.

The DOJ report then outlines how the whole affair was supposed to work, and the charges leveled at Kian and Alptekin:

According to allegations in the indictment, the scheme included using a Dutch company owned by Alptekin to appear to be the “client” of Company A and to pay the company’s fee of $600,000, which was to be paid in three installments. Alptekin made the payments from an account in Turkey. The indictment alleges that after Alptekin made the payments to Company A, it was to kick back 20 percent of the payments to Alptekin’s company in the Netherlands, and two such kickbacks were made.

Rafiekian is charged with conspiracy and acting in the United States as an illegal agent of the government of Turkey.  If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison for the conspiracy charge, and 10 years in prison for the charge of acting as an agent of a foreign government.

Alptekin is charged with conspiracy, acting in the United States as an illegal agent of the government of Turkey, and four counts of making false statements to the FBI.  If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison for the conspiracy charge, 10 years in prison for the charge of acting as an agent of a foreign government, and 5 years in prison for each of the four false statement charges.

But remember, this was a conspiracy against a very particular person, living in the United States, and one which Turkey wanted to have extradited from the US, back into the country. Who is this Turkish national this conspiracy was targeting?

The radical Islamic cleric Fetulleh Gulen.


Because Gulen tried to take to wage a coup against Erdogan over Turkey in 2016 by embedding terrorist dissidents in the Turkish military.

I remember watching the livestreams of this going down that night; they were all over /pol/, and it was absolutely apocalyptic. Anons watched as people died in the streets, and as Erdogan’s plane circled from one destination to another… The CNN affiliate there was stormed at one point, as the rebelling faction of the Turkish Military took over the station.

No one was sure what was going to happen, but in the end, Erdogan’s forces would emerge victorious, with the short-lived coup attempt proving largely ineffective.

From Arab News:

Those who rushed to analyze and take stances on the coup in Turkey, now have a second chance to reconsider the situation. It was neither the army as an integral institution that attempted a coup against elected President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, nor the secular opposition.

The attempted coup was carried out by Fethullah Gulen’s Islamic movement, or the “parallel structure,” as Erdogan calls it and accuses the group of trying to seize control of the country. This group is similar in its form, message and organizational structure to the Muslim Brotherhood, even though it is not related to it.

There are hundreds of investigators and security officers in Turkey who are now chasing the group, which is considered to be the largest organized Islamic movement in Turkey and Central Asia. The leader of this group, Sheikh Fethullah Gulen, is accused of plotting this first attempt to seize power through a coup. Erdogan’s government has asked the US government to hand over Gulen.

After a series of surprising events over the past few days, I see that members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and those who sympathize with political Islam, have to wisely attempt to understand what has happened in Turkey. Whoever betrayed Erdogan and tried to overthrow the legitimate government, belongs to an Islamic political group that used some of its secret members who serve as officers and employees in the government or even in the prime minister’s office, and relied on a secret organization that includes judges and teachers.

After a series of surprising events over the past few days, I see that members of the Muslim Brotherhood, and those who sympathize with political Islam, have to wisely attempt to understand what has happened in Turkey. Whoever betrayed Erdogan and tried to overthrow the legitimate government, belongs to an Islamic political group that used some of its secret members who serve as officers and employees in the government or even in the prime minister’s office, and relied on a secret organization that includes judges and teachers.

Gulen’s group is a Turkish lobbying Islamist movement that is well organized. It is similar to the Muslim Brotherhood present in Arab states, which also depends on the establishment of a parallel state structure competing through social, educational and banking activities to reach out to the roots of communities and control them. Gulen’s supporters, just like the Muslim Brotherhood, become “pious” when prosecuted and work secretly toward change, however, they deny any conspiratorial plot publicly.

And guess what?

This Gulen guy currently lives in Pennsylvania.

Flynn actually wrote an op-ed in The Hill in late 2016, going into great detail about Gulen… and its here an important thread emerges about the Clinton Foundation:


It is fair to say that most Americans don’t know exactly what to make of our ally Turkey these days, as it endures a prolonged political crisis that challenges its long-term stability. The U.S. media is doing a bang-up job of reporting the Erdoğan government’s crackdown on dissidents, but it’s not putting it into perspective.

We must begin with understanding that Turkey is vital to U.S. interests. Turkey is really our strongest ally against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), as well as a source of stability in the region. It provides badly needed cooperation with U.S. military operations. But the Obama administration is keeping Erdoğan’s government at arm’s length — an unwise policy that threatens our long-standing alliance.

The primary bone of contention between the U.S. and Turkey is Fethullah Gülen, a shady Islamic mullah residing in Pennsylvania whom former President Clinton once called his “friend” in a well circulated video.

Gülen portrays himself as a moderate, but he is in fact a radical Islamist. He has publicly boasted about his “soldiers” waiting for his orders to do whatever he directs them to do. If he were in reality a moderate, he would not be in exile, nor would he excite the animus of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his government.


For those of us who have closely studied the careers of Seyed Qutb and Hasan al Bana, the founders and followers of the Muslim Brotherhood, Gülen’s words and activities are very familiar.

The late Seyed Qutb in particular was very much in the Gülen mold. The author of 24 books on education and the arts, he assembled an inner circle of intellectuals and influential politicians. But contrary to this well-masked façade, Qutb’s writings provided the inspiration for terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda. Qutb was hanged in 1966 in Egypt for instigating rebellion.

Likewise, Hasan al Bana, an Egyptian who died in 1949, defined the first phase of pre-emptive jihad as a long and quiet process that can take as long as a quarter of a century, to prepare the forces for a decisive strike. Al Bana famously declared that the only acceptable form of law is Sharia.

To professionals in the intelligence community, the stamp of terror is all over Mullah Gülen’s statements in the tradition of Qutb and al Bana. Gülen’s vast global network has all the right markings to fit the description of a dangerous sleeper terror network. From Turkey’s point of view, Washington is harboring Turkey’s Osama bin Laden.

We’re going to return to Flynn’s op-ed here in a second, but I want to take a moment to make sure you really understand what Flynn is talking about here. And I’m going do this by including selected excerpts from my upcoming book, #RevolutionQ, to make sure you really “get it,” because I put quite a bit of effort in one particular chapter to trace these terror networks and their ideological underpinnings (as I attempted to outline this particular “wing” of #TheCabal, and how it interacted with the other wings of the Cabal). I include these pages here because I think it will help you understand exactly what Flynn is getting at, here:

(Also, please ignore any typos. We’re in the last stages of proofing this thing, and the occasional misplaced or misspelled word slips through. I also tend to get comma-happy, but believe me, I’m aware of this all and I’m in the process of squashing these bugs as we speak).


And then, skipping a head a bit, after seguing to the topic of Huma Abedin:


I continue on, later:


So now that you understand the context, you can understand the severity of the statement Flynn is making here. And remember, Flynn was head of the DIA before starting the Flynn Intelligence Group. And in 2016, he’s essentially accusing OBAMA of sheltering the equivalent of Osama bin Laden.

(Which shouldn’t surprise anyone, considering Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood connections).

Flynn would continue, in his essay:

To add insult to injury, American taxpayers are helping finance Gülen’s 160 charter schools in the United StatesThese schools have been granted more H1-B visas than Google. It is inconceivable that our visa officers have approved thousands of visas for English teachers whose English is incomprehensible. A CBS “60 Minutes” program documented a conversation with one such imported English teacher from Turkey. Several lawsuits, including some in Ohio and Texas, point to irregularities in the operation of these schools.

(Emphasis mine).

More H1-B visas than GOOGLE.

Can you believe that? And who would have the ability to grant such an extraordinary amount of Visas?

Why, the State Department, of course – headed by none other than Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the time. Quelle Suprise.

I can totally understand why Erdogan would want this guy’s extradition from the US, however. Gulen literally tried to overthrow the whole government and establish a radical Islamic Caliphate in Turkey – which remember, is one of our most strategic allies in the region, and a NATO member state.

Flynn then proceeds to drop a bomb in his op-ed:

However, funding seems to be no problem for Gülen’s network. Hired attorneys work to keep the lucrative government source of income for Gülen and his network going. Influential charities such as Cosmos Foundation continue their support for Gulen’s charter schools.

Incidentally, Cosmos Foundation is a major donor to Clinton Foundation. No wonder Bill Clinton calls Mullah Gülen “his friend.” It is now no secret that Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s close aide and confidante, worked for 12 years as the associate editor for a journal published by the London-based Institute of Minority Muslim Affairs. This institute has promoted the thoughts of radical Muslim thinkers such as Qutb, al Bana and others.

The American public is being lulled into believing that Gülen is a Sufi scholar who promotes the teachings of Rumi, the Persian poet, works to expand interfaith dialogue and does a great job of providing American youth high-quality education in math and science as well as English.

Voices of concern about this shady character are quickly muffled by his vast network of public relations and legal professionals. He has established a false façade that he is a moderate at odds with Turkey’s autocratic leader.

Flynn gives us a direct connection between a Muslim terror organization that not only tried to overthrow the Turkish government, but has a network of 160 taxpayer-funded schools here in the US, and which donates heavily to the Clinton Foundation.

Tell me again that Flynn wasn’t running a sting operation on the Clinton Foundation and these Islamic terror networks.

Anon had this to say about the Cosmos Foundation:



From the article Anon cites:

TDM Contracting was only a month old when it won its first job, an $8.2 million contract to build the Harmony School of Innovation, a publicly financed charter school that opened last fall in San Antonio.

It was one of six big charter school contracts TDM and another upstart company have shared since January 2009, a total of $50 million in construction business. Other companies scrambling for work in a poor economy wondered: How had they qualified for such big jobs so fast?

The secret lay in the meteoric rise and financial clout of the Cosmos Foundation, a charter school operator founded a decade ago by a group of professors and businessmen from Turkey. Operating under the name Harmony Schools, Cosmos has moved quickly to become the largest charter school operator in Texas, with 33 schools receiving more than $100 million a year in taxpayer funds.

Flynn would also reference this video in his article, but notable about is that the whistleblower interviewed within states that the Turkish teachers being imported into the country via the H1-B visa program were required to give 40% of their paychecks back to Gulen as donations.

In other words, taxpayers fund the school system.

The school abuses the H1-B visa program to import “teachers.”

The “teachers” get paid by taxpayers.

The “teachers” then donate 40% of their paychecks BACK to the Gulen Movement.

And Gulen goes and donates a chunk of this change back to the Clinton Foundation… while also trying to subvert and overthrow the Turkish government.

Keep in mind, this is largely a puff-piece on the school system, but there still is some important information contained within:

And we’re not talking about minor sums here. We’re talking about millions of dollars – even coming from those within the Gulen Movement network, such as Recep Ozkan, who donated upwards of 500,000 dollars alone).

Reported the Daily Caller in 2015:

But with an estimated 8 million followers and $50 billion in assets, Gulenists do hope to influence both the U.S. and Turkish political system through a worldwide network of businesses, nonprofit organizations, media companies and charter schools, Yesilada and others familiar with the group have claimed.

Gulenists’ contributions to congressional campaigns have been known for some time, as Buzzfeed reported last year. Texas Reps. Sheila Jackson-Lee, and Henry Cuellar, both Democrats, are among the biggest benefactors of Gulen contributions.

USA Today reported last month that the House ethics committee has investigated more than 200 trips taken by members of Congress since 2008 that were secretly funded by Gulen groups.

Clinton has been the biggest recipient of Gulenist donations of any presidential candidate this cycle, federal election records show.

Besides his massive Clinton Foundation donation, Recep Ozkan, who is listed on various campaign finance disclosures as an executive at JIG Corp., Everglobe Partners, and Baharu Inc., gave $25,000 to the pro-Clinton Ready PAC in 2014. He contributed an additional $5,400 to her campaign this year.


Now Dyer over at Liberty Unyeilding thinks that Alptekin approaching Flynn in August of 2016 smacks of a set-up – especially considering as it was one-month after the start of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation… and when taken in with the context of George Papadopolous, I can see why one might think that. After all, as Dyer notes, George was working for the-

Hudson Institute, which involved framing a proposal for the U.S. to promote an oil and gas consortium in the Eastern Mediterranean uniting Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, and Israel.

The plan was to build a pipeline bypassing Turkey entirely, the reason being that they were fickle and unpredictable. Stefan Halper was talking energy with PapaD the whole time, and you’ll also recall the attempted seduction of George by one “Azra Turk,” Halper’s supposed assistant, who was more-than-likely working for the CIA, a foreign intelligence service – or both!

And while I’m not sure I agree that Flynn was “set up” as much as he was the one doing the setting-up.. at the very least, the targeting of PapaD looks far less random, considering Flynn’s involvement in the region.

So… what to make of all this?

I think we’re beginning to see the anatomy of this sting operation Flynn was running, and how much of a long-term play this has been.

To put it succinctly: I firmly believe that Flynn was running a government-sanctioned sting against the Clinton Foundation and the Obama administration.

By working with the “white hats” (if you can call them that) aligned with Erdogan, Flynn gained intel on the joint operation/dark money kickback scheme perpetrated by the Clinton Foundation and this radical Islamic cleric Fetulleh Gulen.

I believe Flynn was bound by an NDA, and therefore couldn’t defend himself/had to lie when questioned in order to protect the sensitive info obtained by this operation.

And when it comes time to testify “against’ his former partner, Bijan Kian, Flynn’s testimony will actually end up exonerating both Kian, Flynn himself, and end up implicating the Clinton Foundation in this vast terror-related scandal which will help bring the behemoth down once and for all.

At least… barring any other developments, that’s how I read the situation right now. Obviously, it’s hard to say with 100% certainty one way or another, but one thing is clear: following that most recent court doc, the clock is now ticking down.

We’ve got less than 60 days now before we pass this major milestone, and Flynn’s cooperation with the government will be over.

I also expect many other developments to begin dovetailing with this testimony, further bolstering the case against the Clinton Foundation and damning it in the public eye. What those will be specifically, I can’t say, but it’s clear to me that for Spookmaster General Flynn, this has been a long-term play, and a long-time coming.

Keep an eye on this Bijan Kian case, and Flynn’s testimony. It’s sure to bring the #BOOMS!

God bless, General.

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