Mahmut Çetin wrote: THEY SHOOT THE LAME DOG
Ankara’s last Ankara Cat Mavis ‘s
March 12, 1971 memories
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Ankara’s last Ankara cat Mavis was sleeping soundly … In Balgat, in the Horde of the Gavurs, there was activity and gunfire was heard from METU. METU Rector Erdal İnönü blamed the government for the autonomy of universities. The organizers were constantly digging tunnels. They would soon escape from prison. Their escape from prison had been decided by the Chrysmet Council.
The Krismet Council ordered Turkey to become a darülharp… They received a fatwa from Mele. Mele was saying that Italy was darülislam and Turkey was darülharp. The intelligence chief of the party, Damat Müntehil, was the man of Wahhabi Salih. Wahhabi Salih had his Rabita books translated, had them translated, had them translated.
National Struggle veteran Bican Sergeant died without losing hope.Sunay asked, showing the map of Ankara;
– How far can you defend Ankara?
Lame Dog and Mavis were supporting Durmuş and Kutalmış Teacher without getting involved. Only the graves were moved from the village that was under the dam. Veterinarian Muhsin was taking care of the treatment of Lame Dog whose leg had worms. The Chrysmete Council decided; They shot the Lame Dog.
Ankara’s last Ankara cat Maviş, who lost the Bican Sergeant and the Lame Dog, was not listening to anyone and was walking on the city. The Krismet Council gave a high level of alert after Mavis walked over the cars at night. At this point where the private security guards were helpless, legionnaires stepped in. Despite the fired bullets, Maviş was walking on the bullets…
Maviş was not penned by bullets.
That’s when the spirit of Ankara’s last Ankara cat, Maviş, is roaming the streets of Ankara.
He was born on January 1, 1963 in Ankara. He studied at Reşat Bey Primary School, Sokullu Mehmet Paşa Secondary School, Atatürk High School and Adapazarı Akyazı High School.He graduated from the Faculty of Science and Literature, Department of Turkish Language and Literature (1986). Graduation thesis is the index-dictionary of Yahya Kemal’s work called The Wind of Old Poetry.
He attended TRT Assistant Producer Course. He graduated from Tuzla Infantry School. He did his military service as a reserve officer in Aydın’s Söke district.
He came to Istanbul in 1989. He worked in various newspapers, magazines and television organizations. He made the programs Portraits in TGRT and Books in TV5.
He founded Edille Publishing in 1996. In 2000, he started the publication of the www.internet site. In the same year, the publishing house changed its name to Biography Net. Among the books he wrote, the book Tribe in the Bosphorus stood out. Tribe in the Bosphorus became a sociological term.
He published the journals Beyan in 1995 and Biography Analysis in 2003. Nilüfer has written in the journals of Literature, New Week, Culture World, History and Thought, Platform, Tomorrow, Türk Yurdu and Biography Analysis.
He worked as a consultant at the International Eminönü Symposium, the International Migration Symposium and the 2010 Capital of Culture Agency.He wrote the book Dersaadet Sözlüğü. He won the 2011 Biography Award of İLESAM with his Biography Book.
He conducts a biography-centered publishing on the websites www.biografianaliz.net. She continues to publish books and internet.
He is currently the editor of Biografi Net Publishing. He is married to Gulay Kezban Cetin. Father of Mustafa Çağrı Çetin and Fatmagül Selcen Çetin.
The Tribe in the 1st Bosphorus
2. The Reformation of Islamic Art
3. Alienation of Aydın
4.Hünkar Hacı Bektaş Veli (novel)
5.Baby and Mücahit (epic-poem)
6. Cardigan (novel)
7.For Radio Three Games
8.Perinçek and the Light Movement
10.Card Wolf Sounds
11.Aunt and Princess
14.Chinese Hodja’s grandson Ecevit
17.Pioneers of a Generation
18.Islamic Art’ Features of
19. Registry Book
Tribe in the Bosphorus
Biography Net Publications
The title of “Tribe in the Bosphorus” inevitably brings to mind the questions of “Where is the Bosphorus” and “Who is the tribe?”The word tribe, which is generally a rural concept, was specially chosen to describe the history of a large family that formed a caste on the Bosphorus. The tribe in the Bosphorus, which we can call a dynasty history, depicts certain periods of the history of the Turkish Left and the history of Westernization in places. Families We think that it will be seen better with the help of the clues in the work, how the ties established by marriages between the two countries are reflected in art, commerce, education, bureaucracy and gradually in life as a mentality of alienation. For this reason, there were four sections. By choosing the real names of the elders of the family, the Children of Constantine, Children of Detrois, Children of Sotori, Topal Osman Pasha – Namık Kemal wing sections emerged. The Tribe in the Bosphorus! is a festive book. Ali Fuat Cebesoy to Nazım Hikmet, Oktay Rifat to Refik Erduran, Rasih Nuri İleri to Ali Ekrem Bolayır, Zeki Baştımar to Sabahattin An interesting chain of kinship from Ali, from Numan Menemencioğlu to Abidin Dino.
The roles played by the “Tribe in the Bosphorus”, which consists of the marriages of famous people of Polish, Croatian, German, Hungarian and Greek origin, with locals…And footnotes! They have never been this cute.
WRITTEN ABOUT Mahmut Çetin
Articles Written About Mahmut Çetin
The tribe of the modern city
Eastern and especially Southeastern Anatolia has its own characteristics. Such as the fact that their economy is largely indexed to agriculture, the introversion of their people, the unemployment problem is at an extreme. In fact, it is possible to come across these details in every region of Anatolia. We knew that the tribal structure was a historical habit unique to these regions. It turned out that it was possible to come across this unique feature of the east of Anatolia, which left its mark on the agenda with the recent Susurluk events, in the west of Turkey as well. For example, in the Marmara Region, more specifically in Istanbul, and more specifically in the Bosphorus.. Yes, these two concepts, which seem far from each other, are actually not as far apart as they seem in terms of meaning and social structure.Bosphorus means the Bosphorus. What is meant by the tribe is a family whose origins date back to the last periods of the Ottoman Empire, which has survived from the founding of the Republic of Turkey to the present day, and which has been a constant focus of power. The book tells the history of a large family that formed a “caste” in the Bosphorus. The “Tribe in the Bosphorus”, which we can call a dynasty history, refers to certain periods of the Turkish left and the history of Westernization in some places. It reveals how the ties established through family marriages are reflected in every aspect of life, from art to commerce, from education to bureaucracy. From Ali Fuat Cebesoy to Nazım Hikmet, from Rasih Nuri İleri to Ali Ekrem Bolayır, from Zeki Baştımar to Turgut Sunalp, from Memet Fuat to Sabahattin Ali, from Numan Menemencioğlu to Abidin Dino. The book, in which kinship relations and the effects of these relations until today are researched/examined, is a historical document.
Changes in mentality
The book, which deals with the relations of four big families with each other and was prepared in four chapters together with the real names of the first elders of these families, reveals the extension of kinship relations until today, while revealing the social status of these relations. It also examines the effects of providingStating that he finds tribal relations in the Bosphorus strange, Çetin continues: “We have an exclamation point in our Bosphorus book. Why an exclamation point? There should be no tribal relations on the Bosphorus in Istanbul. On the contrary, a relationship in which the individual and humanitarian activities come to the fore is expected from here. But we do not like this. We observe that the natural kinship relations seen in the southeast come to the fore in the form of group behavior here. Some people go to certain conclusions in this context. And they do this within the framework of a mentality. That’s why I wrote my book instead of naming it like a family on the Bosphorus or a family on the Bosphorus. I felt compelled to call it the Tribe in
Tribal in the Bosphorus is like the history of a dynasty within the Turkish aristocracy. The family has four branches; Konstanty, Deotris, Sotori and Siyavush and their children. These families were related to each other through various marriages. The work deals with the reflections of family members on the fields of art, politics and commerce by using their kinship ties. As their names suggest, they were made up of tribal minorities in the Bosphorus; Polish, German, Greek, Hungarian and Croatian nationalities.Mahmut Çetin, who stated that he did not make any effort to reveal the origins of these people while carrying out his work, states that he aimed to reveal the mental changes caused by such relations: “One of the last things I did not want to say in this work was their relationship. I would definitely like to underline this: I am the last of the skull artists. “The point I object to is not the origins of these people, but their mentality. If he says he has become a Muslim and his children and grandchildren declare war on this nation and its values, I have the right to object.”
An unusual species in our country
Studies on genealogical history are a rare field in Turkey. This field is not without its own difficulties. It must not be easy to mix up so many works, to identify many names and to establish the connection between these names. Çetin stated that he had a hard time preparing the Tribe on the Bosphorus; Stating that such a work also has enjoyable aspects, he continues: “Since Turks are a nation that does not have ancestry, studies in this direction are limited.I gave it about ten years. While using the academic research method, I also tried the popular journalistic style in the text. The conjunctions in the book are kind of tricks. These conjunctions indicate the connections between families.”
Another important point found in the book is that almost all individuals belonging to this family are equipped with a psychology of opposition. Cetin, who describes this situation as a kind of ego satisfaction, says that I do not object to this: “There is nothing more natural than taking advantage of one’s family’s ties and coming to a place. But this; If it is of a nature to block people’s way, then things change. For example, there is a competition for the composition of the National Anthem. Ali Rıfat Çağatay’s composition previously won the competition. Çağatay’s brother is on the competition committee. When this situation is reflected in the press, the competition is canceled and someone else wins. It’s just an example, but a good example.”
It is said that about fifty families in Turkey influence the centers that set the agenda, and that these families always have a say in politics, art, finance and social areas.Mahmut Çetin states that the Tribe in the Bosphorus is among the families in question and that the members of this family still take their positions by benefiting from the influence of their families. But in his book, we can’t see the members of the family living today. Çetin explains that he does not include it as follows: “If I had included the people living today, I would be a kind of paparazzi. This does not mean that it has no effect today. This simple example explains everything. Mehmet Fuat, Nazım Hikmet’ “The stepson of Mehmet Fuat is a critic. The emergence of a new name in the context of literature on the left depends on the approval of three or five people. Mehmet Fuat is one of those who gave permission. Today, dozens of writers have come out with permission from him.”
Polemics of Stolen
Who stole it, who stole it, how did it steal it, why did it steal it, why did it steal it?…
Inspired by previous works in culture and art is a natural condition. Where inspiration begins and ends is an unfinished debate…
“Stolen, in a way, is like murder.
Mahmut Çetin, who has produced works such as Tribe in the Bosphorus, X Relations, Perinçek and the Aydınlık Movement and Card Wolf Voices, presents his latest book, Aunt and Princess, as an entertaining work. In the book, we witness the social fabric of Sultan Vahdettin and Bülent Ecevit, Rahşan Ecevit and Atatürk. Although there is no direct kinship relationship, the indirect connection of these celebrities, whom we think of as opposite personalities, seems to give the reader a pleasant time. The events in the book revolve around Princess Ulviye, daughter of Sultan Vahdettin, and Ferhande Okday, the aunt of Bülent Ecevit.
Aunt and Princess connection knitting
Aunt; Bulent Ecevit’s mother, Nazlı Ecevit’s great aunt, Ferhande Okday.
Princess; Princess Ulviye, daughter of Sultan Vahdettin.
* Princess Ulviye, the first wife of İsmail Hakkı Okday, son of the last grand vizier Tevfik Pasha, and Ferhande Hanım, the aunt of his second wife Nazlı Ecevit’s mother. So Bulent Ecevit; Sultan Vahdettin’s half-cousin.
* Refik Halid Karay, Bülent Ecevit, Engin Noyan… Three famous people from three different generations.Refik Halid’s aunt, İsmet Hanım, Bülent Ecevit’s paternal grandmother.
* Rahşan Ecevit and Aydın Boysan are cousins. Mecdi Boysan from Boysan Family, husband of Atatürk’s sister Makbule Atadan.
* Aylin Okday, grandson of İsmail Hakkı Okday’s brother Şefik Okday, with Ahmet Yalman, nephew of Alp Yalman
* Princess Ulviye, divorced from İsmail Hakkı Okday (daughter of Sultan Vahdettin) marries Ali Haydar Germiyanoğlu for the second time.
* Ali Haydar Germiyanoğlu’s twin His brother is Celalettin Germiyanoğlu. Model Billur Kalkavan is Celalettin Germiyanoğlu’s grandson.
EDİLLE PUBLICATIONS, 302 pages, dough 1
What keeps societies alive is value judgments. A small happy minority that has no cultural ties to the people of this land is playing with the future of our society by destroying our value judgments. The happy minority; it imposes wrong exemplary models on the society with its relations reflected on stage, cinema and night life. This study shows that the current situation does not bring happiness either to the happy minority members or to the whole nation where wrong values are imposed.dough
The artificiality that catches our eye in all art activities today is not seen in the art of the century of bliss. Art activity is a natural state there, it is a part of life. Because art is functional. Just as the basic acceptances of the eastern Islamic society are different from the western Christian society, this difference can be seen between the works of art of the two societies. The basic principle of Western art is simile. The difference of Islamic art is that it interprets things and events with the method of reflection.
(Hacı Bektaş Veli )
Biography Net Publications
At that moment, the dream came to Abdal Musa’s mind when he came to Anatolia from Horasan. For Abdal Musa, Anatolia meant morning. It meant the birth of the sun. And genius meant dew had fallen on the grass. Dew and sun meant Anatolia. Pensive, he continued his dhikr, saying that I don’t know where it comes from. Lailahe illallah, Lailahe illallah, Lailahe illallah..
Perinçek and the Lighting Movement
EDİLLE PUBLICATIONS, 222 pages, 3rd paste
This study, titled Aydınlık Movement and Perinçek, is a research that deals with a political line, which is on the agenda with polemics rather than political activities, in its historical flow.For this reason, we believe that the work will fulfill an important task in terms of informing the public conscience, which will make the final decision about the Enlightenment Movement.
EDİLLE PUBLICATIONS, 64 pages, 3rd dough
Published 1994 64 pages 3rd dough 13.50×19.00 cm cardboard cover
Subject: Literature/Poetry (Domestic)
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Three Games for Radio
EDİLLE PUBLICATIONS, 130 pages, 3rd dough
Radio play is an area neglected by private radios. As TGRT FM, we broadcast radio plays and receive positive feedback from our listeners. I believe that publishing radio plays in book form will also be a separate service. In this book of İlhan Apak TGRT FM General Manager Mahmut Çetin, the exemplary lives of Kab bin Züheyr, Şeyh Ali Semerkandi and Hacı Bektaş-ı Veli, who are the main figures of our national culture, are treated in the style of a radio play. The publication of these works, which were previously voiced and filmed, will also make positive contributions to the newly formed radio literature in our country.dough
Cardigan.. A small novel about the life of Kab bin Züheyr, one of the glorious companions. Cardigan.. Rebellion is a work that makes you feel the mercy of tears that extends to repentance. Cardigan.. The novel of Kaside-i Bürde, Hırka-i Saadet.
Akit November 6, 2000
Here is your hometown; everything, dense, secret, open, underpants, shirt, ancestor, father, mafia, ugly, beautiful, all his shit, swamps, demons, lie in the relationships under this title.
X Relationships is the title of a book. The book is quite interesting. While navigating its pages; You’ll find the X’s of television, radio, newspaper, and nightlife. You will get to know the real identities of the artists who are the pride of our country(!).
You will see who Turkey is proud of. When you follow the back of these relations, your path will lead to bank robberies, privatization frauds, politics, mafia, businessman and media quadrangle, and all the direction signs will lead you in wrong directions.Despite all their scum and nastiness, they are still the best citizens of official ideology.
We forgot to mention the book X Relationships. Sir, the author of the book is Mahmut Çetin, an investigative journalist.
You should definitely get the author’s book X Relations with the Tribe in the Bosphorus and keep it handy.
Why should you keep it handy? for this. For you to see and know who is doing what. Telephones where you can obtain the book: 0542 2357249
Biography Net & Edille Publications
CHINESE TEACHER’S GRANDNESS ECEVİT
Here are the unknowns of Bülent Ecevit
Nazım Hikmet’s grandfather, Ecevit’s grandfather had imprisoned. He was related to Vahdettin. Here is the interesting family tree of the Ecevits…
The book “Chinese Hodja’s Grandson Ecevit” reveals the family tree and the unknowns of the lives of former prime ministers Bülent Ecevit and his wife Rahşan Ecevit, who are still receiving treatment at GATA.
Written by Mahmut Çetin, the book interprets the family tree of Ecevit’s family, from Ecevit’s grandfather, Mustafa Şükrü Efendi, nicknamed “Chinese Hodja”, to the present day.This assembly was established to examine religious issues and functioned almost like a “religious Council of State.”
FATHER OF ECEVIT AND NAZIM HIKMET
Ecevit’s grandfather, Apart from education boards, he also held an important diplomatic mission. This mission was his trip to China during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid. The reason for the trip was to warn the Muslim Chinese about the Boxer Uprising against the Western invaders. Ecevit’s grandfather, Mustafa Şükrü Efendi, and Nazım Hikmet’s grandfather, Hasan Enver Pasha, were included in the delegation, which was sent to prevent the Chinese Muslims from being harmed. The head of the delegation was Hasan Enver Pasha.
NAZIM HIKMET’S GRAND FATHER DID INSTALLED
Interesting events took place during his 109-day trip to China. One day, when Mustafa Şükrü Efendi came to the saloon of the ferry with his bare feet and underpants, Hasan Enver Pasha, grandfather of the delegation’s chairman, Nazım Hikmet, had him locked up in his cabin and had a soldier put on his head.
Mustafa Şükrü Efendi, 500 for this trip. He took the Ottoman gold for a living, and after this journey he began to be called “Chinese Hodja”.
Mustafa Şükrü Efendi passed away on 23 October 1924 in Aksaray.When Fahri Ecevit became a deputy, he did not forget his colleagues in the field of forensic medicine. He made the deputies laugh at the parliamentary rostrum where he talked about their low salaries: We don’t hope it falls.” Ecevit’s mother, Nazlı Hanım, was also a painter. Among the artists who joined the impressionist trend in Turkey were Bülent Ecevit’s mother Nazlı Ecevit and his aunt Afife Ecevit.
“HE WILL BE A GREAT MAN”
Ferhande Hanım, Ecevit’s mother She was the aunt of Mrs. Nazli. The last grand vizier Tevfik Pasha took Ferhande Hanım’s son Bülent in his arms when he was 3-4 years old and said, “This boy will be a great man in the future.” The child sitting on the Grand Vizier’s lap would sit in his chair (prime minister’s seat) half a century later…
Ecevit’s wife, Rahşan Ecevit, was born in December 1923 in Izmir. His mother, Zahide Hanım, named him which means “shining, shining.”The two got engaged in 1945 and since then they have lived like two halves of an apple…
CONNECT WITH VAHDettin
According to the book, there is an interesting subject about Bülent Ecevit. His bond with…
Sultan Vahdettin’s granddaughter, Hümeyra Özbaş, was Bülent Ecevit’s step-cousin. Özbaş’s father, İsmail Hakkı Okday, after leaving Princess Ulviye, the daughter of Sultan Vahdettin, married for the second time with Ferhunde Hanım, the aunt of Bülent Ecevit’s mother, painter Nazlı Ecevit. This marriage lasted until October 10, 1977, when Okday left the world.
CONNECTION WITH ATATÜRK
An interesting kinship link about Rahşan Ecevit is also presented in the book.< br/>
Accordingly, Aydın Boysan and Rahşan Ecevit were cousins, and Mecdi Boysan from the Boysan family was the wife of Makbule Hanım, the sister of the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
“Genetic Betrayal” is out
Who is Kemal Derviş really?
When the 2001 economic crisis broke out, a book about the genealogy of the “savior” Kemal Derviş, who was “imported” from the USA, was published.
Researcher – writer Mahmut Çetin scanned the archives and found In his work, which he prepared with great effort, it is examined how much the visible side of the coin reflects the facts.
“Genetic Betrayal from Ali Pasha and Halil Hamit Pasha to Kemal Derviş, From Grandfather to Grandchild!”
Kemal Derviş is the grandson of two grandfathers, one in his desire to establish an independent state and the other in his desire to overthrow the sultan by collaborating with foreigners. He knows I only as an economist… This newly released book brings to light Kemal Derviş’s roots.
“Genetic Betrayal From Dede to Grandchild” is part of the family history research chain that started with Mahmut Çetin’s book “Tribe in the Bosphorus”… This study tells the history of two related families from the bureaucratic clan dating back to the Ottoman Empire, with the specificity of Kemal Derviş. . Another prediction in the book is that the economic policies put into effect under the command of imperialism under Kemal Derviş lead Turkey into chaos. It also offers the infrastructure of a new compilation program of indigenous thought.
Turkey March 10, 2011
Do you remember, up until 4-5 years ago, there were written and visual news about the resurgence of reactionism in the morning and evening.
Secularism was always under threat. .
All of a sudden, it stopped.
There is no danger of reactionism anymore, nor is secularism under threat.
The mechanism of this work is now understandable by its enthusiasts.
O What the fuss is about is a separate issue.You will notice new things.
I read it again.. I made a summary for myself.
Everything in Turkey revolves around the families described in the book Tribe in the Bosphorus.
X Some of the families in the relations became rank and share holders by serving the tribe in the Bosphorus.
They have always looked after each other.
Until Özal’s rule.
After September 12, they started to lose their positions one by one.
Here is a question like chicken or egg or chicken:
These are the ones that lost their positions. For this reason, this transformation has not started. Since it was decided to transform Turkey, they became commonplace over time. Today, they have no advantage other than the experience of several generations and the fact that they have been bred in the past.
They cannot eat bread with the old methods.
They will probably be replaced by new ones. It will not be from privileged families that use 85 of them like slaves.
It will consist of families representing all segments of the society, such as the parliament without a dam, and are not strangers to their nation.
The country will overlap with the images on the screens.
The screens will change.
Will the tribes in the Bosphorus clash?
New Age August 21, 2008
A question from a Togolese diplomat attending the African Summit in Istanbul, Mahmut Çetin’s “Tribe in the Bosphorus” reminded me of the book.Most of the delegates attending the African summit were surprised by this statement, as they did not know that Istanbul was founded on two continents. While a Togolese diplomat said, “I thought it was a river”, another shocked the Turkish delegation by asking a question:
“Do they get along well with the tribe on the opposite shore? The two sides are very close, isn’t there a conflict, a war or something between them?”
I couldn’t understand the shock of the Turkish delegation. The Togolese diplomat unwittingly told the truth. According to the findings of Mahmut Çetin, aren’t those living on the shores of the Bosphorus, “Children of Constantine, Children of Detrois, Children of Sotori, Topal Osman Pasha – Namık Kemal wing”? Didn’t the Turkish left in particular come out of here?
In the book, “From Ali Fuat Cebesoy to Nâzım Hikmet, from Oktay Rifat to Refik Erduran, from Rasih Nuri İleri to Ali Ekrem Bolayır, from Zeki Baştımar to Sabahattin Ali, Numan An interesting chain of kinship from Menemencioğlu to Abidin Dino. The role played by the “Tribe in the Bosphorus” in the history of Westernization, which consists of the marriages of famous people of Polish, Croatian, German, Hungarian and Greek origin with locals, is told.
If you consider the shores of the Bosphorus together with the hotels on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, our claim that they are “drug rich” would be gone!
It’s been more than 10 years. I was preparing a series of articles about the police. A Deputy Chief of Police, whom I spoke to in his office, said, “Almost all of the tourism investments made during the Özal period were made with black money, that is, with drug money.” Where do you think those who made those tourism investments live?
And since the transition to the multi-party system, aren’t the tribes in the Bosphorus running the political parties? You will say, then why do they fight among themselves from time to time? What a fight, look, when one of them is blocked, the other opens. Don’t be afraid that Tayyip Bey is a child of Kasımpaşa! Didn’t he first get the support of TUSIAD when he founded the AKP? If fights break out from time to time, it is because they cannot share the rent.
Now the tribe in the Bosphorus is handing over Turkey to foreign capital. A fight may break out between them and the newly created capital, which is called Islamist. Hopefully it will. Because the people that the AKP tribe enriched with state tenders have nothing to do with black money.The ‘alienation of the intellectual’ shows that the Turkish Left, which is constantly on the agenda with the emphasis on secularism, is actually a ‘cultist’. Some of the information in the work is as follows…
* The founding chairman of the Communist Party of Turkey, Mustafa Suphi, was a member of the melami sect. Another party chairman was Miralay Sadik Bey, the head of the Melami Freedom and Entente Party.
* Nazım Hikmet’s grandfather was Nazım Pasha Mevlevi. Nazım Hikmet also wrote the poem “I am a disciple, Mevlana” in his twenties. Expressing himself as a Mevlevi Muhibbi, Can Yücel described this situation as follows. “Mevlevism is actually a thinned wing of Islam. The thinning of religion is, in a way, moving towards atheism.. Maybe I don’t have faith in God anymore, but it’s not like I broke away from Mevlevi, actually.”
* Hacı Hafız Mustafa Muhyiddin Efendi, father of Çetin Altan’s mother, is in Unkapanı It was the hide of the Sheikh Abdulhalim Efendi Lodge of the Rufaiyye Sect, on Yeşil Tulumba Street in Salih Paşa Neighborhood. Çetin Altan, who says he is atheist, explains his belief as follows: “We need a separation.Atheism is the philosophical adoption of atheism by one’s own will. We pagans are a different case. Pagans are atheists by their upbringing, as they could not be otherwise. There is no atheism in Turkey, there are pagans.”
* It is known that the poet Oktay Rifat is also a member of a Bektashi family…
Mahmut Çetin, the author of ‘The Alienation of Aydın’ He claims that his traces continue to this day. Today, Çetin claims that one of Mehmet Akif Ersoy’s grandchildren is Aydemir Güler, the leader of the Communist Party of Turkey, and that Elmalılı Hamdi Yazır’s grandson is Okan Bayülgen. also documents it. According to the information in the work, while the sabetay sheikh İshak Dede is the grandfather of former foreign minister Emre Gönensay, another sabbatean Mevlevi sheikh Mehmet Esat Efendi is the maternal uncle of Halil Bezmen.
Researcher-writer Mahmut Çetin’ The research titled AYDIN FOREIGNMENT, written by AYDIN, was published.It is the book that sheds the first light on Turkish recent history with this book. He also described Ecevit’s connection to the Ottoman palace through kinship in his books “Ecevit, Grandson of the Chinese Hodja” and “Aunt and Princess”. His last book, I think this is the book I will talk about: Card Wolf Voices. I don’t know if he published a book after that, I didn’t get it. He explained the purpose of his book as follows:
“…Our aim in this book is to create a poetics of unity, living together and brotherhood in diversity.”
With this book, Mahmut Çetin examines the Bedirhan family. “The separatist tendencies among the Kurds were produced by this family.”
“… Although Bedirhan Bey and his children were involved in political Kurdish activities, most of his family members served our nation in the following years. What we come across as we write about this family and its relatives is an ordinary view of Turkey.”
“The Bedirhan family consists of colorful and famous people. We see ideological and political differences within the family. Kurdish and Turkist, Kemalist, devout, pro-union, separatist lived in the same family, in the same historical period.We are not separate.
excerpt from the memories of Musa Anter:”
“None of these Kurdish elders consider themselves Kurds. Some of them are Seyit descendants of Muhammad, some are Abbasids, some are Khalid bin Walid. There are others, but some Diyarbekir lords who could not find a place among the Arabs proudly say that they are descendants of Akkoyunlu Uzun Hasan.”
Halide Edip, Cenap Şahabettin, Special Organization chief Sencer Kuşçubaşı’s surprising relationship with this family Mahmut Çetin wrote about their relationship and even Nazım Hikmet’s closeness through his foster brotherhood. I learned from his “book”.
Do you think that’s why Musa Anter was killed too? As one sees the frightening hatred on the pulpits and on the streets today, one seeks the colorfulness of the Bedirhans.
Alienation of the Aydın
High Elite Heterodoxy
‘The Alienation of Aydın’ is not a history of westernization in the chronological sense… In ‘Aydın Alienation’, the process, stages and relations of a dissolution in the mentality plan are to be determined on the basis of concepts and individuals. has been requested.In the Alienation of the Intellectual, the stages of change of the anti-traditional front in the form of pleasureism, orientation to heterodox beliefs, freemasonry, positivism, socialism and cosmopolitanism are discussed.
Although the relationship between the stages in our history of alienation is important, it is an issue that has not been overlooked…
In the intermediate chapters of ‘The Alienation of Aydın’, seemingly contradictory understandings can be compared with heterodox beliefs in our country. We will see how they coalesced and how they gradually coalesced on a cosmopolitan common front. Because the logic of social change itself accepts multifactoriality. We discussed the factor of ‘Alienation of the Intellectual’ of dissolution. While examining this, we tried to point out the contribution of heterodox beliefs to this alienation.
For a civilization to be reborn, it is necessary to explain why it was dissolved before. ‘The Alienation of the Intellectual’ intends to answer the question of ‘why’.
Change is an indispensable event…Approaching issues with analytical thinking today is not only an intellectual disposition, but also a historical imperative. The loss of national resistance and the weakening of unity consciousness, which have become ordinary situations, are not events that can be explained by superficial analysis; foundations need to be questioned.”
While we were doing this obligatory historical review, we had to get rid of prejudices in order to come to a conclusion, we tried to do so. The phenomena we live in have brought us to the truth that ‘nothing is just itself’. Yes, everything is something beyond the image.
With the dream of the future Great Turkey…
Attention to the non-national cosmopolitan class!< br/> Afşin Selim
Yeniçağ August 8, 2011
Undoubtedly, the dynamism of life makes change and transformation inevitable. Mahmut Çetin, who follows the pursuit of how and why, in his work titled “Aydın Alienasyon” published by Biography Net Publishing, examines the root of the issue and deciphers the network of relations during the mental dissolution to his reader one by one.As a word, bureaucracy is reinforced with the suffix “-crasi” depending on the idea of ”office” and “power” takes the stage!
Local values are positioned as bigotry, language becomes a means of disagreement. and with the emergence of hedonism mixed with positivism, the “bureaucrats class” is clustered around an ideology that is contrary to the beliefs of the state and society. In this context, the author also reminds us that one of the main problematics of Turkish history, the devshirme ruling group, has become undirected!
The book also touches upon the close relationship of the class in question, or in other words, the “happy minority tribe”, with non-Anatolian non-national capital… As you know, money has no homeland! It should not be a coincidence that this cosmopolitan social fabric, united on a common front, is anti-national cultural… Orhan Türkdoğan says: “The establishment of kinship relations between sabetaiist groups and local elites strengthened both the establishment of new kinships and the transfer of capital among themselves.”
However, the intellectual (!) who attains social isolation is excluded from society and finds its definition in the concept of heterodoxy.During this delay; weakening, meaninglessness, denormalization, isolation and alienation from oneself are experienced.
A “cosmopolitan composition” is formed as a result of the Masonic, heterodox, divisive, ecclesiastical, and westernizing aristocratic mixture.
If there are high elites who perceive the West as the only valid universal phenomenon, it is not possible to explain the class structure of Turkey with classifications such as workers, tradesmen, civil servants and peasants! The borders of the “defeated homeland” are, after all, the same with the so-called housing and influence borders… But they do not know that when the day comes, “stereotyped and hardened statuses” may well be shaken!
The effort of the class to “revive the ancient Anatolian civilizations” should not be ignored. The conflict between the imposed culture and the traditional culture of the people…
This alienation, which permeates the lodges, one of the basic institutions of the Ottoman geography, continues its existence with the Republic…
In short, the wealth of the “upper elite” who do not feel responsible for their people. and the “Alientation of Aydın”, which draws attention to its success in maintaining its influence from generation to generation, falls into place.
Mahmut Çetin spoke at the Turkish Hearths
Researcher- writer Mahmut Çetin talked about his works at the Türk Ocakları Headquarters.
Mahmut Çetin’s first speech at the Turkish Hearths Headquarters was within the framework of the Writers in Bird event. In the conversation held on October 7, 2011, the author talked about the book “Tribe in the Bosphorus”.
Mahmut Çetin spoke on the subject of Alienation of Aydın on October 8, 2011 at the Headquarters of the Turkish Hearths. Speeches were made at the Turkish Hearth’s headquarters in Balgat.
Subject: Alienation of Aydın
Mahmut ÇETİN (Researcher-Author)
The conversation started with Orhan Hodja’s speech. Speaker Mahmut Çetin, who came to the podium afterwards, said in summary:
“The concept of intellectual alienation is a sociological phenomenon. We interpret the work we have done in alienation. We produce an alternative worldview. heterodox; means to go beyond the traditional religion we know. The example of Can Yücel expresses this very well. Bektashism; Mevlevi sects can be described as heterodox.
When there is a problem in one’s health, he goes to the doctor.If a society’s intellectuals are alienated from society, it is a disaster. Our crisis right now is the crisis of intellectuals. The age has new problems and needs. We have to transfer our past knowledge to the new generation correctly.
The final stage of pre-alienation is self-alienation. This happens in stages. The important thing is to feed on resources and improve ourselves.
Those who transform information beat those who do not transform information. Therefore, we have an obligation to produce technology. If we cannot produce technology, we need to acquire the necessary information for production and enter that process. Anti-past, future advocacy, anti-religion, science advocacy by those who want to divide Turkey. What we need to do at every point is to carry out everything together. The intellectual needs to do this in and with the people. It doesn’t do any good at the point where the conflict starts. The biggest support of the alienated intellectual is to support the conflicts. Intellectual alienation is a very difficult concept to explain in a single sentence. If the intellectual stays away from conflict and improves himself, the intellectual will protect himself from alienation”
X RELATIONS and MAHMUT ÇETİN*
This book, which is the first of its kind, attracted a lot of attention as it analyzes the relations of four big families that play important roles in Turkey. The role played by the “Tribe in the Bosphorus”, which consists of the marriages of famous people from families of Polish, Croatian, German, Hungarian and Greek origin who took refuge in the Ottoman Empire, with locals, in our popular culture and history of westernization were revealed. His name is Turkish, but he helped an elite group to be recognized and understood, preserving their real identity as a social colony. continues to shed light on the lives behind it. These studies, which have great contributions to democratic societies, where transparency and information flow are increasingly coming to the fore, make it easier for us to understand some events that are taking place in front of our eyes. Bülent Ecevit’s statement that “In fact, Vahdettin was not a traitor” can only be understood from the traces in Mahmut Çetin’s book Aunt and Princess.Mahmut Çetin continues to analyze different relationships in his book X Relationships. In particular, it reveals how far a group that uses mechanisms to influence society actually is from this society and how much harm they are doing to this society. It shows how much they contribute to cultural erosion by presenting male and female types in the media as models to be admired, even though they do not have affiliation with this society. According to Mahmut Çetin, “A small happy minority that has no cultural ties to the people of this land is playing with the future of our society by destroying our value judgments. The happy minority; it imposes wrong exemplary models on the society with its relations reflected on stage, cinema and night life. This study shows that the current situation does not bring happiness either to the happy minority members or to the whole nation where wrong values are imposed.”
The trilogy of “Prostitution-Communication-Power”, which is the subtitle of X Relationships book, gives important signs in terms of drawing attention to the subject.Moreover, the happy minority imposes its own alienation on society as the only model with the means of communication available.” In the face of the facts that Mahmut Çetin has underlined, every responsible Turkish intellectual has to know and think about them. An intellectual who cannot make correct analyzes against the causes, extent and consequences of the degeneration faced by the society cannot shed light on the correct solutions. Therefore, Turkish intellectuals and readers need information illuminated by meticulous biographers and analytical minds like Mahmut Çetin. It is obvious how much we need secure information, especially at a time when information pollution is at an extreme.
Mahmut Çetin spoke to Milat
Mahmut Çetin Milat’s statement from Hasan Light newspaper He answered his questions.
Who are the personalities you take as an example in your life?
I take Attila İlhan as an example as a working discipline.I read and write.
Which book always excites you?
S.Ahmet Arvasi’s Dialectic and Aesthetics.
An unforgettable movie?
What music do you like to listen to?
Turkish Folk Music and especially lovers … Nuri Çırağı, Çobanoğlu, Yener Yılmazoğlu, Ahmet Poyrazoğlu, Reyhani…
An author you are happy to meet?
Goothe! Because he is both a Muslim and a Turk. Yes, Goothe is a Seljuk prince.
Your favorite writer from the East?
What are you reading right now?
I’ve been reading the Biography Book over and over again, which I just wrote and made the prepress stages. Good thing I wrote this book, I say to myself…
Is there a book you’ve read over and over?
Peace. I have read Tanpınar’s masterpiece three times. Then I started writing something about him. But I haven’t finished my Huzur readings.
Who are your favorite poets?
Dilaver Cebeci, Yahya Kemal, Necip Fazıl, Niyazi Yıldırım, Sefa Kaplan, Ali Akbaş, Bahattin Karakoç.
What is the most important thing in your life?
As a system, the history of civilization, judgments and Islam with all its content.
Which magazines are you looking forward to?
< br/> Unfortunately, there is no magazine that I am looking forward to.
Mahmut Çetin is not content with this, and he documents that until the last ten years, the bureaucracy, not the governments, ruled the state, and who ate the cream of the country.
He tells how the seemingly contradictory understandings actually fused with heterodox beliefs and gradually coalesced into a cosmopolitan common front. One of the chapters shows that the Turkish Left, which is constantly on the agenda with the emphasis on secularism, is a “cultist.” Suphi belonged to the Melami sect. Another party chairman was Miralay Sadık Bey, Chairman of the Melami, Hürriyet and Entente Party.
-Nâzım Hikmet’s grandfather was Nazım Pasha Mevlevi. Nazım Hikmet also wrote the poem “I am a disciple, Mevlana” in his twenties.Studying religion is, in a way, moving towards atheism. Maybe I don’t have faith in God anymore, but it’s not like I broke away from the Mevlevi.”
Of course, these types are those who want a Mevlevi without the Qur’an and the Prophet.
-Cetin Altan’s mother’s father, Hacı Hafız Mustafa Muhyiddin Effendi was the hideout of the Sheikh Abdulhalim Efendi Lodge of the Rufaiyye Sect, in Salih Pasa Mahallesi Yeşil Tulumba Street in Unkapanı.
Saying that he is atheist, Çetin Altan explains his belief status as follows:
“We need a distinction. Atheism is one thing, paganism is another. Atheism is the philosophical adoption of atheism by one’s own will.
We pagans are a different case. It is not possible for pagans to be otherwise. Their upbringing is atheism. > One of Mehmet Akif Ersoy’s grandchildren, Aydemir Güler, the leader of the Communist Party of Turkey, claims that Elmalılı Hamdi Yazır’s grandson is also Okan Bayülgen.Biography takes place in literature on one side and history on the other. Definition of biography, its features, relationship between biography and document, processes of biography writing, biography in history and today, relationship of biography with other fields, relationship between biography and identity, some chapter titles in the work.
www.editor Mahmut Çetin, with this work, shares the experience of biography publishing, which has been going on for years, with his readers.
Title: Biography Book
Author: Mahmut Çetin
Publisher: Biography Net
Binding Information: American Bristol
Paper Information: Enso
Publication Date: January 2012
Publication Information: 1st Edition
Number of Pages: 232
Book Dimensions: 13.5 x 19.5 cm.
ISBN No: 978-605-62521-6-7
Barcode No: 9786056252167
Label Price: 15:00 TL ( VAT included)
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