Journalist-author Abdurrahman Dilipak in relation to Gezi Park incidents has said, "When you examine indictments of Ergenekon and February 28, it is clear such scenarios were prepared back then and applied on March 12 and September 12."
Dilipak told Anadolu Agency that the incidents at Taksim Gezi Park weren't an environmental movement but rather had the outlook of insurgency against the government.
Stating that the involvement of great holdings, political parties and international connections was evident, Dilipak said, "You cannot get anywhere by destroying commercial banners, bus stops, buses and vehicles. Some people are insulted at unbelievable levels and this doesn't comply with public morale. Protesters controlled life at Gezi Park and both shopkeepers and tourists were miserable. There is a general anxiety, chaos, intimidation, deterrence and supression operation staged in public. Hopefully, incidents will end without growing any further. People accountable of the damage should pay for it."
Mentioning that foreign organizations and countries were acting part of the war against Turkey, Dilipak said, "When you examine indictments of Ergenekon and February 28, it is clear such scenarios were prepared back then and applied on March 12 and September 12. Today we are once again faced with a bloody scenario planned by unrecorded economy and political experts, on an internal and external scale. These incidents should be a lesson for Turkey. Turkey will be more successful in its journey with this experience. It has been a pricy but worthwhile lesson for Turkey."