France forbids the ultra-nationalist group, Grey Wolves

French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin reported that France banned the Turkish far-right organization Grey Wolves.

In fact, Colonel Alparslan Türkeş established in the late 1960s the Grey Wolves, which had close agreement in the past with the Counter-Guerrilla that is the Turkish branch of the NATO Operation Gladio.

Despite cooperating with NATO, that did not prevent them from making genocide against minorities, in the same when they killed 100 members of the Alevi religious minority during the massacre of in Maraş in December 1978.

Furthermore, they were the pacificator of Pope John Paul II killing attempt in 1981, and thousands of Grey Wolves battled in the first Artsakh War in the early 1990’s, and in the Azerbaijani military in the current Artsakh War, their flags have been seen and they were also implicated in the First and Second Chechen Wars. Moreover, Greek City Times reported recently that the Grey Wolves graffitied an Armenian Genocide Memorial in Lyon.

Otherwise, members of the Far-Right group attacked Wednesday evening the streets of Vienne to the south of Lyon, shouting offensive slogans against Armenians. The ultra-nationalists walked in the streets and saying threats such as where are the Armenians? Here is Turkey and Fuck Armenia; we are going to fuck you.

It should be noted that the ultra-nationalist group involved in the drug trade, human trafficking, extortion, death teams, targeted killings, and a literal front for the Turkish state.

Besides, for the Grey Wolves the main hand indication is a fist with the little finger and index finger elevated, which is something often seen doing by the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

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