He runs charter schools all over the world, 125 of which are spread out over 25 states within the USA. America taxpayers are shelling out millions of dollars to his schools (the school in Philadelphia receives $3 million taxpayer dollars annually).
A 2005 report from US Embassy officials in Ankara states, "...that the Gülenists use their school network (including dozens of schools in the U.S.) to cherry pick students they think are susceptible to being molded as proselytizers...". The movement serve(s) to accomplish three intellectual goals: the Islamization of the Turkish nationalist ideology; the Turkification of Islam; and the Islamization of modernity.
These are words secretly recorded from one of his sermons before he left Turkey:
"You must move in the arteries of the system without anyone noticing your existence until you reach all the power centers...You must wait for the time when you are complete and conditions are ripe, until we can shoulder the entire world and carry it..."
According to the article, "...some in the U.S. government and academia support reaching out to Gülen's followers as a way to counter al Qaeda and other jihadist groups. "The idea being, just like people who say that we should have a good relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, that these are 'mainstream Islamists,'...""You must wait until such time as you have gotten all the state power, until you have brought to your side all the power of the constitutional institutions in Turkey … Now, I have expressed my feelings and thoughts to you all in confidence. Know that when you leave here -- as you discard your empty juice boxes, you must discard the thoughts and the feelings that I expressed here."
So folks, we don't have to go to the Middle East to find the beginnings of the New World Islamic Order. And the best part of it all is...we help pay for it.
Video and Article via CBN.com
By Erick Stakelbeck
SAYLORSBURG, Pa. -- Fetullah Gülen has been called the world's top public intellectual and the face of moderate Islam. He has held court with Pope John Paul II and received praise from former President Bill Clinton."You're contributing to the promotion of the ideals of tolerance and interfaith dialogue inspired by Fetullah Gülen and his transnational social movement," Clinton told audience members during a video address at the World Rumi Forum in 2010.Yet others have branded Gülen a wolf in sheep's clothing and a modern day Ayatollah Khomeini. CBN News recently took a closer look at the the life of the reclusive imam who directs a global Islamic movement from the Pennsylvania mountains. Read more...
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