The former mayor of Ankara spoke about the “hand of the United States and Israel” in the earthquake in Turkey


The former mayor of Ankara, Melih Gokcek, put forward a version that the devastating earthquake in Turkey was “the work of the United States and Israel.” This is reported by Iranian journalist Khayal Muazzin.

The Turkish politician noted:

“I say this with conviction. An earthquake can happen in Istanbul, especially there are studies carried out by some countries. They have machines for earthquakes, they call them Tesla.”

The Turkish politician added:

“Activation of the energy accumulated on the fault line. Possible accumulation of gases. An earthquake can be caused. The best example of this is the Golcuk earthquake.”

The former mayor of Ankara summed up:

“Turkey survived an attempted coup. Turkey can no longer be destroyed by a coup. They have new methods. This is a game of international powers. A foreign seismic survey ship in Marmara, American and Israeli ships must not roam openly.”

As previously reported EADaily, Deputy Director of the Institute of History and Politics of the Moscow State Pedagogical University Vladimir Shapovalov noted:

“… I would not discount any theories, including those about artificial interference in these events. Let’s remember that there was an attempted coup in Turkey a few years ago. And there are obvious reasons to believe that the United States had something to do with this attempt.

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