Although the main stream media MSM tries to convince the world that PizzaGate is a conspiracy theory, and it is debunked the truth is completely the opposite. In this article the Turkic connection is manifested in three strong signs.
- The shop sign of Comet Ping Pong pizzeria;
- Jewish Food Experience review on Comet Liquors by a Jewish writer; and
- An unexpected Turkish response written by senior Turkish writers stating that PizzaGate is a part of the globalist conspiracy against Turkey. This could lead to the assumption that more evidences of PizzaGate might also be found in Turkey, Arab countries, and Israel.
The shop sign of Comet Ping Pong pizzeria
It is well known that the symbols of crescent and star are Turkic and also they were used by Turks to symbolize Islam (for Turkic Islam only, since original Islam has no symbols at all). The symbols of crescent and star are in the four corners of the shop sign of Comet Ping Pong. These signs have nothing to do with pizza and liquors, but are related to the Turkic Jewish ownership of that business. The sign was originally owned by a Jewish Comet Liquors in 1940 and was Jewish-owned for over 60 years until it was purchased by James Alefantis.
Jewish Food Experience review on Comet Liquors
Jewish Food Experience is “A program for local food lovers …… serving DC, Maryland and Virginia.” (The dots are strange insertion from their own writing)
Washington DC’s Jewish Food History
“Comet Liquors, a Neighborhood Spot, by Claire Uziel, the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington (JHSGW), written on December 23, 2013
Do you remember Comet Liquors in Adams Morgan? Located on Columbia Road between 18th and 19th Streets, it had a distinctive neon sign. Most who remember the business don’t realize it was opened by a Jewish immigrant in 1940 and continued to be Jewish-owned throughout its existence.
When Oscar Gildenhorn opened Comet Liquor, the neighborhood was not yet called Adams Morgan, but the name had caught on by the time Gildenhorn’s son-in-law Howard Speisman took over management 25 years later.
Sidney Drazin bought Comet in 1980. Drazin, a native Washingtonian, had served in World War II and then run a few different businesses before buying Comet.
In 1989, as neighborhood demographics changed, Drazin added a deli counter. Earlier in the 20th century, it was common for Jewish grocers in Washington to move into the liquor business, but now, a few decades later, a liquor man was adding food to his business. the deli offerings like white fish salad and lox with a bagel hinted at the Jewish ownership.
Shortly after this change, Drazin brought in a chair so he could sit while at work. He quickly found that customers wanted to sit and chat, so he set up a table and a few chairs by the entrance. These extra pieces of furniture changed the atmosphere of the store. The Washington Post wrote that Comet became a “kind of plastic-chaired neighborhood salon.” Regulars came from all walks of life—from blue-collar workers to investment bankers—to sit around the table, socialize and debate.
Drazin was a popular neighborhood personality. One regular told the Post that “Sid was the surrogate parent to all the lost souls of Adams Morgan, all the single people who needed a confidence boost.”
When Drazin died in 2005, in a show of community affection, Rabbi Ethan Seidel’s eulogy ran in The InTowner newspaper. Drazin’s widow Bernice shut Comet while the family sat shiva, and a shrine of flowers and cards grew outside the door. After running the store for a few months, Bernice decided to close Comet permanently.
Drazin’s niece, Stephanie Silverstein, who worked for the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington at the time, alerted the Society’s archivists to the impending loss of Comet’s historic materials. JHSGW staff embarked on a rescue mission to document the business, Jewish-owned for over 60 years. A professional photographer was hired to take exterior and interior photographs before the store closed. The iconic neon sign was purchased by James Alefantis (openly identifies as gay) a local restaurateur and now hangs at his restaurant, Comet Ping Pong on Connecticut Avenue NW.
Author Bio, Claire Uziel:
Claire Uziel has been the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington’s (JHSGW) Assistant Archivist since 2005. When she’s not taking care of the community’s history, she takes care of the Society’s website. Claire grew up eating from Ashkenazi and Sephardic traditions and is grateful for an extended family that loves to cook.
An unexpected Turkish dimension written by a Turkish writer on PizzaGate. Why Does Turkey Care about Pizzagate? Why and how all the major Turkish pro-government papers were carrying PizzaGate stories in the same exact style?
The Daily Dot
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The BBC highlights another element to the story: an unexpected Turkish dimension, as described by Efe Kerem Sozeri who wrote on the 2016-11-23 at The Daily Dot:
“ In the last week, all Turkish pro-government papers, including mainstream publications like Sabah, A Haber, Yeni Şafak, Akşam and Star, ran similar stories about the PizzaGate, using the very same images and claims from a (now banned) subreddit to convince their readers on how serious and deep-rooted the scandal was. Columnists penned articles that the PizzaGate is a part of the globalist conspiracy against Turkey, and one article even remarked that the “Teenage” in pizza-eating Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles now makes sense as a pedophilia reference after PizzaGate.
…Timing of PizzaGate was significant in that it initially blurred the public debate abound the actual child abuse problem in Turkey. Back in March, when a real child abuse scandal was revealed at the government-linked Ensar Foundation, the perpetrator received a heavy jail sentence, but the government was spared from an investigation by a diluting the issue in the Parliament. This week, Erdogan’s party brought an even more controversial draft bill that would give amnesty to child abusers if they marry their victims.”
Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks covers-up for Pizzagate
Cenk Uygur did a hit piece on PizzaGate. At no time during his petty attempt to debunk this story did he even once mention that there might be some inappropriate things going on at Comet Ping Pong. Cenk never expressed even the slightest concern for the children featured on James Alefantis’s Instagram. Cenk never mentioned the strange cryptic messages that John Podesta and friends were exchanging. Cenk must think the phrase “I’m dreaming about your hotdog stand in Hawaii.” or “Would love to get a pizza for an hour?” is totally normal talk.
The Bottom Line:
It beyond any reasonable doubt that PizzaGate is very real and it has a strong Turkic Connection which implicates the liberal democrats, Obama, and the Clintons. Time will tell.
The important issue here is to understand the panic and confusion that struck Turkey from PizzaGate. Evidences of PizzaGate might also be found in Turkey, Arab countries, and Israel.
Herbert Sandler writes to Podesta:
‘Lo and behold, instead of pasta and wonderful sauces, it was a lovely tempting assortment of cheeses, YUMMY. I am awaiting the return of my children and grandchildren from their holiday travels so that we can demolish them.’
Few other emails disclosed by Wikileaks are HERE.