New Statements by Mr. Adnan Oktar (10 September 2016)
THE BRITISH DEEP STATE USES VARIOUS SYMBOLS TO COMMUNICATE WITH ITS FOLLOWERS
The members of the British deep state use various animal symbols to communicate among themselves. For example, expressing admiration for an animal is a sign for them. Among them, it implies, "I am one of you." For example, giraffe is very popular among the British. When the giraffe was first introduced to public in Britain, it became a state symbol. In fact, there is a street in Istanbul named Giraffe Street where Istanbul's first brothel was established by the British. The name 'Giraffe Street' was given by the British, who have first introduced brothels to Turkey. The single-horned horse called 'Unicorn' is one of the symbols of the British deep state. They use in their communications among each other. When members of the deep state see that Unicorn symbol, they immediately recognize it. Scorpion, snake, elephant, hedgehog are among the symbols they use.
In the Masnavi Mawlana says; "God called satan the insidious whisperer. Satan is like the head of a hedgehog. When hedgehog is scared of a predator, it contracts hiding its head." Look, do you see how it pops its head when it finds the opportunity? "Using this trick," continues Mawlana, "the hedgehog prevails against its foes." It overcomes them. Look, Mawlana says, "Grimacing sages resemble hedgehogs." By sages, he refers to those who have adopted the Rumi philosophy, the tenets of Masnavi. "Grimacing sages resemble hedgehogs. Beneath the hard quills, they secretly indulge themselves in delights." He says that, on the outside, they have a villainous personality and hostile attitude. Of course, he refers to some of them, not all. "But they lead a life of pleasure," says Mawlana. "O, the hedgehog, you have made yourself a guardian out of your own quill," look he says, "O the hedgehog, you have made yourself a guardian out of your own quill, and tucked in your head like sufis do." Sufi: the followers of the Rumi philosophy. I do not know whether it is actually Mawlana or someone else who says these. I do not say, "Mawlana said them." It might be someone else; but what he means here is quite clear. So are the people he addresses. This might have been written and added there by someone completely unrelated. "Grimacing sages resemble hedgehogs," says Mawlana. "Beneath the hard quills, they secretly indulge themselves in delights." They send each other similar writings; this is a method of communication. Of course, 'sages' does not have to only refer to the followers of the Rumi philosophy. It might refer to all sorts of people who think alike. We cannot say that he is making a generalization. One can see that he is referring to certain people.
HYPOCRITES DISPLAY ERRATIC BEHAVIOR; ONE MINUTE THEY MIGHT SEEM HAPPY, THE NEXT THEY MIGHT BECOME FERAL AND INTROVERTED. THEY ARE IN AN UNSOUND STATE OF MIND
Hypocrites display very erratic behavior. It is astonishing; they are as unpredictable as a weather forecast. For instance, one minute they are placid, the next they are happy, and the next they become feral and introverted and start to behave insanely. In a sense, God creates hypocrites as psychopaths.