Mr. Erbil Gunasti & Daphne Barak
Erbil Gunasti worked for Erdogan for five years as a press officer and is an insider for the Trump administration as a presidential friend and confidant.
Daphne is an award winning film director and world renowned interviewer of celebrities and world leaders.
Erbil Gunasti worked for the Office of the Prime Minister for five years as a press officer when Erdogan was the prime minister and is slated to work for the Trump administration as a presidential appointee. He is accepted as an insider to both presidents and first ladies, alongside their inner circles.
He is the life partner of Daphne Barak, known for her rating-breaking US network TV prime time news shows. Saving Amy, her book with Amy Winehouse, formed the basis of the documentary that won an Oscar.
Gunasti’s exposure to Hollywood legends, heads of state, royals, and the like is not limited to the Clintons, Bushes, Obamas, dozens of other heads of state in power, or Hollywood bigwigs. Gunasti is deeply involved in wide-ranging global stories, from Princess Diana’s death to Benazir Bhutto’s assassination.
Daphne Barak is the life partner of Erbil Gunasti, known for her rating-breaking US network TV prime time news shows. Saving Amy, her book with Amy Winehouse, formed the basis of the documentary that won an Oscar.
Daphne is an Israeli-American documentary filmmaker, author, journalist and celebrity-interviewer. She has conducted a wide range of sit-down interviews with heads of state, royals, Hollywood stars, musicians, athletes, artist, and newsmakers. Her television specials and print exclusives are distributed in all leading outlets and throughout many countries around the world. She lives in Los Angeles, CA.
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Kicking Turkey out of F-35
Kicking Turkey out of F-35: What were they thinking?
The globalists in America decided to co-produce a wonder aircraft together with the members of the Western Alliance. Then, they decided that one of the leading members must not be in the project anymore. The problem was that they came to this decision after 20 years into development and production.
By then, Turkey was the single most important part of the project. It was one of the biggest buyers of these aircraft. It was also the most important producer of parts and pieces. Turkey was indigenously developing and producing exclusively for these aircraft. There was no way to replace the Turkish production anymore.
F-35 Lightning II: The Joint Strike Fighter
The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is an American family of single-seat, single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole combat aircraft. It is intended to perform both air superiority and strike missions. It is also able to provide electronic warfare and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities.
The Lockheed Martin: Pioneer in Stealth Technology
According to an article in the Washington Post: Stealth is an ancient strategy, dating to humans’ earliest use of vegetation as camouflage in battle and while hunting prey. However, it took until the early 1960s for stealth technology to accelerate, when Lockheed Martin developed design techniques for radar cross-section (RCS) reduction and radar-absorbent materials for military aircraft. Since then, stealth technology has expanded exponentially, culminating in the unprecedented capabilities of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Kicking Turkey out of F-35: What were they thinking when it was one of the biggest buyers and producers?
If nothing else, the air superiority of Turkey should have been a hint. In Syria, Libya, and Nagorno-Karabakh, the world clearly witnessed it. Nowadays, it is no longer a secret, Turkey made great strides in stealth technology in recent years. Yet, it must be noted, it is not the only area where Turkey is excelling.
Irrespective, Turkey should have been the last country to be kicked out of a project. It was a project very important for the US superiority in the world. It was also very expensive, complex, and late in production.
New York Times writes: The F-35 initiative is the Defense Department’s most expensive weapons program ever, expected to cost taxpayers more than $1 trillion over its 60-year lifespan. It’s also the United States military’s most ambitious international partnership, with eight other nations investing in the aircraft’s development.
Turkey and the UK were the only ones committed to buying more than 100 aircrafts each since the start. Italy, Canada, Netherlands, Australia, Norway, Denmark were the remaining six buyers and producers with the US. Turkey was producing half a dozen specific indigenous innovations and over 1000 of the 1600 parts and pieces that go into each aircraft.
Kicking Turkey out of F-35: What were they thinking when Germany, France, China & Russia were in play?
When it comes to F-35: The roles and motives of major powers had to be taken into account.
Germany and France
Germany and France did not want to be part of the F-35 project since the inception. They outright rejected the invite. Did Germany and France find a flaw in the concept, philosophy or technology? No one knows to date but their absence simply showed erosion of leadership in NATO. From then on, it was a weakness waiting to be exploited. Turkey did not miss the opportunity. It moved on a different path when the alliance did not treat the long time ally right.
Republic of Turkey
Since the 1960s, Turkish-American relations were on a never-ending vortex from bad to worse. On one hand, the West was behind regime change attempts, interfering with the domestic affairs of the country. On the other hand, there was a constant embargo on technology transfer. Being a staunch NATO ally did not mean a thing, even though Turkish soldiers saved thousands of American lives in the recent past.
Turkey, in turn, since 1975 had begun its path towards independence from the Western yoke. A quarter-century later, no one in America noticed it for a long time. So much so, as late as only a few years ago, Turkey was still considered as a major buyer of military platforms but also a partner in technology sharing.
First, it is inconceivable that the US Senate will believe that raising the ante on the 11th hour would make a difference. Worse, it is an insult to intelligence and logic that the war of attrition can be won against Turkey in the impending new world order. On one hand, China and Russia are constantly lurking nearby for the spoils.
On the other hand, Turkey, as the domineering economic and military power in the region holds all the cards. It has technology, know-how, capacity and will power. Plus, in the rising East, it has allies and more are coming out of woodwork willing and able to join causes. It is no reason I wrote in the GameChanger that the US must work with Turkey. Period.
China and Russia
In the wake of the new world order, China and Russia would surely be willing to work with Turkey. Each already provided an important transfer of military technology to Turkey. It was naive for the US not to realize that these three will not cooperate even more. It should have been easy to see.
Turkey has been the brightest star, lately, in the Western Alliance. It used to be the second-biggest army in NATO but since the turn of the Millennia, it became a lot more than that. By 2020, it was not expendable anymore with energy pipelines and Belt & Road Initiative for Russia and China.
Independence of Turkey from the Western yoke was a dream for either one. Yanking it from the alliance became a God-sent gift when the US Senate made the fatal mistake by passing CAATSA 231 in December 2020.
Worse yet to come with kicking Turkey out of F-35:
What were they thinking?
It is impossible to discern how the US Senators came to the decision to pass the CATSA 231 against Turkey. In the GameChanger, I emphasized for the US to remain as the sole superpower in the world, it must work with Turkey. Passing this bill was yet another sign that the century-long US superiority is nearing.
The path towards the painful eventuality will go through the demise of F-35. First, Turkey will look for an alternative from Russia or China. Both SU-57 and J-35 are available for purchase, but also for co-production. Two, Turkey will focus on building its own 5th generation aircraft since it has the capacity and know-how.
Russia and China aside, others like the Europeans or the Asians will surely be available with open arms. They will want to team up if Turkey asks of course. It is a win-win for everyone at the expense of F-35. As of January 2021, one major European power already regrets not having joined the project sooner. Turkey, few years into development, is now very selective about what country to include and how much.
Here comes TFX!
A month after the passage of CATSA 231, Turkey announced a change of plans. It simply speeded up the TFX project to maximum gear. A full-scale mock-up was already on display in Paris Air Show in 2019.
- Turkey recently announced that TFX will roll out for ground tests on 18 March 2023 with two GE F110 engines
- TFX is now projected to fly by 2025 and mass-produced by 2030
- The indigenously developed engine is underway and it is expected to be certified but also to go into mass production before 2030
Turkey has a reputation to produce military platforms with German quality and Chinese prices. More importantly, when it comes to speed, no country matches it. R&D in Turkey moves very fast. Turkey has facilities to test almost everything.
As a result, TFX is expected to beat the competition in performance and price. Naturally, it is expected to come with an edge no one knows yet. Turkey will become only the fourth country that can develop and mass-produce a 5th generation aircraft. It will be in the company of the US, Russia, and China.
Drones are good examples
Turkey already achieved a similar feat in drones. It came out of nowhere in the past decade. Now it dominates the air wars and it is even selling to the UK. It replaced the US, the leader in drones, in this leading market.
Turkish drones range in size and performance. Some are very light but fly with very deadly and miniaturized precision missiles. Some others fly at over 40 thousand feet. One has 27 hours, another has 40 hours continuous flight record.
Next-generation drones are expected to fly around the globe without stopping. They may stay in the air much longer than two days like a week, perhaps. Their speed will be a lot over than Mach 1 too. They will be able to carry and deliver everything F-35 and TFX can, like cruise missiles and smaller guided missiles by the dozens.
Considering Turkey has one of a kind, indigenously-developed-technologies it is important to note how mass productions are envisioned for multiple platforms. Ordinances, missiles, radars, optics, and engines are some of them with numerous versions and variations. Together, they make Turkish drones continue to improve in delivery and expectation. Plus, the experience gained is transferred to the likes of TFX.
In view of the steady progress, Turkey today rejects co-production offers coming from countries like the UK on drones and other areas. All the while, mass production opens yet additional doors. Other countries join investments in Turkey. In turn, with more leverage, New Turkey is also able to negotiate from the point of strength. It is a fact that cannot be ignored.
Kicking Turkey out of F-35: What we’re thinking
when mass production was underway!
Some very sophisticated and one of a kind innovations are long in mass production. They were developed in the past decade exclusively with F-35 in mind. TFX will soon have them exclusively. Som-J and Armol are two well-known brands in the company of undisclosed others.
- The SOM-J is a next-generation autonomous, low observable, high precision cruise missile
- The ARMOL is a vehicle-mounted fiber laser system
When it comes to radars and electronic systems, the game takes yet another turn. Turkey puts a lot of emphasis on autonomous and integrated systems. They are bread and butter for drones, missiles, and TFX. Coupled with the stealth technology, they become extraordinarily lethal and powerful.
Will TFX be stealth?
First, Turkey has built a massive and state of art composite plant. Two, reportedly, Turkey has the titanium-based engine in mind for TFX.
Putting stealth technology at risk!
At this stage, it is worth noting that Lockheed Martin announced that the F-35 production will not be back until 2035 or 2040. The decision was announced after CAATSA 231 passed against Turkey.
What could be worse than the coming of “STEALTH” TFX?
No one knows yet but here is food for thought!
One, what made the Turkish drones invincible? Maybe the stealth technology!
Two, what made Lockheed Martin stop the production of F-35? Could it be a problem with the stealth technology!
“Innovations in stealth technology, but also know-how, to unravel stealth technologies?!”
1. Who are these patriotic Americans again in Wash DC?!
2. Kicking Turkey out of F-35: What were they thinking?
GAMECHANGER: TRUMP CARD
Muslim migration will soon change Western civilization as we know it—unless Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan work together.
The US, as the sole Christian and Western power, down to the third slot from the top, is being squeezed out by China and India, the number one and two economies in the world, and challenged by two upcoming Muslim countries, Indonesia and Turkey, from the other end.
All the while, Germany, the UK, and France are struggling to hold on to the bottom of the barrel in the top ten list, being of no help to the US during this onslaught.
No, it is not a horror movie. It is about to become reality. And as early as within a decade!
Unless Erdogan and Trump can eliminate soft bellies in the Middle East and Europe, setting the stage for the US to establish a balance of power against the rapidly rising East.
TO PLEA OR NOT TO PLEA
To Plea or Not to Plea: The Story of Rick Gates and the Mueller Investigation, by
Daphne Barak reveals why Rick Gates pled guilty in the Mueller probe and the lasting repercussions of this ordeal.
Rick Gates joined the Trump campaign with Paul Manafort, with whom he had worked for some time. In fact, Gates’ first career job was as an intern for Manafort’s firm. So, when the Mueller investigation charged Paul Manafort, they also investigated Gates and eventually Gates took a plea deal.
In TO PLEA OR NOT TO PLEA, Daphne Barak tells the story of Gates’ very positive experience as deputy campaign manager for the Trump campaign and deputy Chairman of the Donald Trump inaugural Committee, followed by the ordeal that Gates has been put through by the Mueller investigation — and why he felt he had to plead guilty to protect himself and his family.
Saving Amy by Daphne Barak
Amy Jade Winehouse (14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011) was an English singer and songwriter. She was known for her deep, expressive vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul, rhythm and blues, and jazz.
She became the first British woman to win five Grammys, including three of the “Big Four” Grammy Awards: Best New Artist, Record of the Year and Song of the Year (for “Rehab”), as well as Best Pop Vocal Album.
Winehouse was plagued by drug and alcohol addiction. She died of alcohol poisoning on 23 July 2011, at the age of 27.
Daphne delves into the life of this popular British icon with interviews that will give insight into the life and death of a superstar. Her internationally know style of interviewing and writing pays homage to this artist and brings out details not found in many publications.
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We wanted a site that was totally open without any privacy issues, no data mining, no subscriptions, no distracting popup ads. We wanted people to have easy access to current news from reliable sources (as reliable we can find), As well as various conservative talk shows and our own original articles and interviews; interviews with top people we feel have valid and important information and ideas. We’re not an investigative journalistic effort digging into today’s latest scandals and frauds (unless it’s part of an interview) but real life insight from experienced, patriotic people, like Mr Gunasti and Ms. Barak.
Mission & Values
Latest Articles, Interviews & Updates from Ron
“America First” is the answer to restore our national, economic and immigration security. We need to recognize the political prospering and businesses’ profiteering off illegal aliens for what it is – – a drain on America, a diluting of our freedoms and security, a diminishing destruction of our future.
The most important point to be made is that the current administration must recognize and prepare for the dangerous enemies at hand. We don’t live in a fantasy world where ideological opinions matter – only reality will protect and keep us a free country.
Dr. Pry went on to say, “there is no mutually assured deterrence” when one side is not afraid to kill all and win at all costs – America isn’t on board with that, instead thinking they can deter instead of fight.