On 07 February 2017, Ibrahim Melih Gökçeck, mayor of Ankara, Turkey, published a series of tweets with the following content :
" today there was a serious earthquake in Canakkale. I investigated this and there is a ship conducting seismic surveys in the area ".
" What this ship is researching and to which country it belongs should be urgently investigated ".
" I am concerned about a potential earthquake being artificially triggered. This must definitly be investigated and made known to the public."
It is not known whether an investigation took place at the time.
On 12 June 2017, another earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 on the Richter scale occurred in western Turkey, causing damage to homes not only locally but as far away as Istanbul, Izmir province and even the Greek island of Lesbos and causing physical injuries to at least 10 people.
According to the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Agency, the epicentre of the submarine earthquake was at a shallow depth of 7 km. At least 25 aftershocks were recorded after the first quake at 3.28pm (1228 GMT).
The mayor of Ankara immediately responded with a series of tweets.
" This is not the first time Turkey has been targeted by man-made earthquakes. "
"Now I think this might be a man-made earthquake; I'm not saying it's for sure but it's seriously possible " he tweeted on 12 June 2017 at 3:38 pm.
Immediately afterwards, a new tweet followed with the following content :
" "I say it should definitely be investigated. Was there a seismic survey ship near the epicentre? If so, which country is it from?"
On 12 June 2017 at 03:56 pm, he posted another tweet with a video about HAARP installations with an insistent request to watch this video carefully.
All the Ankara mayor's tweets were listed by Arab News newspaper on 12 June 2017 and made into an article.
On 06.02.2022, or less than 2 days after 9 countries closed their embassies and consulates in Turkey, the USA refused to deliver F35s ordered and already paid for to Turkey, and both President Erdogan and his spokesman lashed out heavily at the West, another 68 earthquakes took place in Turkey with magnitudes ranging from 4.3 to 7.9 on the Richter scale, followed on 07.02.2023 by another 20 or so earthquakes with magnitudes between 4.1 and 5.5.
Does Ibrahim Melih Gökçeck have a point or is the man talking out of his neck ?
Watch this old video and then draw your conclusion.