Some words represent the founding principles of the ancient European civilization and they are still being used in ruling and administering peoples in modern times. Since their usage in real-life affects all people, it would be useful to better understand some of these terms. Some of the most prominent of these terms are POLITICA, RHETORIC, ORATORY and SOPHISTRY which are all related to each other conceptually. Most of us do not even know well the real meanings of these words which have been laundered over and over again so that they are readily accepted concepts. I would like to show in this essay the makeup of these words which are said to be etymologically from ancient Greek and/or Latin.

The term POLITIC is defined by The Random House Dictionary as [1]: 

"POLITIC: adj. 1. sagacious; prudent. 2. shrewd; artful. 3. expedient; judicious. 4. political. [late ME politik < MF politique< Latin politicus < Greek politikos civic, equivalent to polites citizen (see POLITY) + -ikos –ic].  Syn. 1. discreet, judicioous, astute, wary. See diplomatic. 2. sly, cunning, clever, subtle, intriguing, crafty. Ant. 1. tactless. 2. open."

It seems that the term "POLITIC" has more to do with the second group of synonyms than the first group in the above definition. This is what we see when we analyze the source of the word. Let us start with the Latin form of the word. 

For decipherment purposes the Latin word POLITICUS can be rearranged as "POL-UTICIS" where the letter "C" is normally a double-agent letter which sometimes is the letter "C" or "S" and other times is pronounced mostly as "K". When the restructured word is read phonetically as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression"BOL ATICIIS" (bol aticiyiz) meaning "we lie plenty", "we deceive plenty", or in the form "POL-UTICI" it is the Turkish saying "BOL ATICI" meaning "he who lies a lot". 

The Italian form of the word is POLITICA ( when rearranged as "POL-ATICI") which is also from Turkish "POL ATICI"(BOL ATICI) meaning "he who lies plenty". The Greek form of the word also means the same except that the letter "C" has been replaced with letter "K" thus camouflaging the word further.  

It should be noted that these meanings in Turkish are among the second group of synonyms of this "Greek" or "Latin" word given in the definition above. It describes well the profession of politics.



One of the things that politicians do most of the time is to make public speeches, that is, they use "ORATORY" or"RHETORIC".  Oratory is defined as "art of speaking in public eloquently or effectively". [2] 

When the term ORATORY is rearranged as "O-R-ATYOR", and read as in Turkish, we find that it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "O ER ATIYOR" meaning "that man is just talking without meaning any of what he says", "he is just yapping", "he is lying".

Additionally, when the word ORATORY is rearranged as "RYATOR-O" and read phonetically as in Turkish, it is the Turkish expression "RIYATOR O" (RIYADUR O) meaning "it is dishonesty", "it is lying", "it is all lies", "it is hypocrisy" which again describes in Turkish those people who make a lot of public speaking, particularly during political campaigns. The Turkish word "RIYA" means "dishonesty", that is, "hypocrisy" meaning "extreme insincerity" and "pretending".

One of the synonymes of the word "ORATORY" is the word "ELOCUTION" in which the letter "T" is voiced as "SH".  When the word ELOCUTION is rearranged letter-by-letter as "CONUSHELI-O", it is found to be the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "KONUShULU O" meaning "it is what is being spoken", that is, "it is speech".  Thus this is the cleansed front presentation of the term "ORATORY" meaning "speech". 

The term HYPOCRISY is said to be from Greek "HYPOKRITES" (UPOKRITES)  meaning "stage actor", "player", "pretender". But when the term HYPOKRITES is rearranged letter-by-letter as "RIYOKEPSTH" where letter P=R and H=I, it readily shows its true source as being made up from the Turkish expression "RIYAKARCITI" (ikiyüzlüdü) meaning "he is hypocrite". This then makes  the Greek word "HYPOKRITES" a restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "RIYAKARCITI" meaning "he is a double-faced person". 

Even the word HYPOCRITE, when rearranged as "RIYOCEPTH" where P=R and H=I, is the Turkish word "RIYAKARDI"meaning "he is a hypocrite", that is, "he/she/it is deceiver", "he/she/it is pretender", "he/she/it is dishonest". 

Similarly the word HYPOCRISY, when rearranged as "RIYOCHPSI", is from Turkish word "RIYAKARCI" meaning "he is a hypocrite".  

In the ancient and also in the present Greek alphabet, the Greek symbol P (Latin letter P) is also a symbol for the capital form of the Greek letter R. [3] Hence the letters P and R are deceptively interchangeable in camouflaging the altered words and expressions of Turkish. Other Indo-European languages also use the same confusion tricks in coming up with words from Turkish. 



One of the synonyms of the word "ORATORY" is the word "RHETORIC" which is defined by the Random House Dictionary as follows [4]:

"Rhetoric: 1. The study of the effective use of language. 2. The ability to use language effectively. 3. The art or science of all speciaalized literary uses of language in prose or verse, including the figures of speech. 4. the art of prose in general as opposed to verse. 5. (in prose or verse) the undue use of exaggretion or display; bombast. 6. (formerly) the study of the composition and delivery of persuasive  speeches;  the art of oratory. 7. (in classical oratory) the art of influencieng the thought and conduct of one’s hearers.  8. A work on rhetoric. [ > Latin rhetoric(a) < from Greek rhetorike (techne) rhetorical (art); ME. rethorik < Latin rethorica].  

When the Greek word RHETORIKE is rearranged as "RHEKERTI-O" where the bogus letter H=I, and read phonetically as in Turkish, it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "RIAKARDI O" ("riyakardi o", "riyekerdi o", "o sahtekardi", "o yalancidi, "güvenilmez birisidi o") meaning "He is liar, he is a cheater, he is a hypocrite".  Thus again we have a complete correspondence in meanings. Clearly it is seen that this Turkish expression has been plagiarized and used as the source for construction of this so-called "Greek" term RHETORIKE.

Similarly when the Latin word "RHETORICA" is rearranged letter-by-letter as  "RHECARTI-O", where H=I, and C=K, we find that it is also a restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "RIAKARDI O" (riyakardi o) meaning "he is liar", "he is deceitful", "he is cheater", "he is hypocrite". 

Of course the English term RHETORIC also has the same meaning since it is supposedly derived from these Greek or Latin words without mentioning the real source.  When the term RHETORIC is rearranged as "RHECORTI", it is seen to be from Turkish word  "RIAKARTI" (RIYAKARDI) as explained above.  However if the rearrangemant was done in the form of "RHECITOR" where bogus letter H=I and C is a C in this case rather than K, then it is the Turkish expression "RIACIDUR" again meaning "he is liar", "he is a cheater", "he is untrustable deceit", "he is hypocrite".

Clearly, all of these Greek, Latin and English words have their origin in the Turkish language rather than their claimed Indo-European sources..  



Along the line of professional "hypocrisy", we have another ancient but interesting school. It is said that one of the famed Roman rhetoricians was by the name Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, (c. AD 35-95), who seems to have taken his "profession" as his last name. He became Rome’s first professional salaried teacher of RHETORIC.  [5]

When the name QUINTILIANUS is rearranged letter-by-letter as "ILIN-UQUTANSI" and read phonetically as in Turkish, we find that it is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "YALAN OKUTANCI" meaning "he who teaches liying", that is, "one who teaches the techniques of effective liying and getting away with it" or alternatively, "one who teaches the techniques of hypocrisy". Thus, it seems that teaching how to lie effectively was very fashionable in the ancient Greek and Latin world. The ancient Greek and Roman world had many such schools which taught effective ways of conning people by ways of sophistry and rhetoric. Evidently those who got their education in such expensive schools usually became lawyers who turned into politicians, administrators and rulers. This ancient Greek and Roman "oratory" traditions have come to present day civilization as the "rhetoric" wielding law institutions. These ancient "effective lie teaching" institutions must have been the proto-law schools of the modern law and justice "giving-and-defending" institutions. 



In the ancient Greek and Latin world, one way of spreading the techniques of sophistication was teaching "sophistry" in special schools by able teachers in the subject. The Turkish words for ‘sophistry’ are "safsata, yaniltmaca, riyakarlik, kandirma".  

A good definition of the word "SOPHISTRY" is given at the URL:


"1.  sophistication - uplifting enlightenment    Synonyms: edification.   
2. sophistication - a deliberately invalid argument displaying ingenuity in reasoning in the hope of deceiving someone.    Synonyms: sophism, sophistry.   
3. sophistication - being expert or having knowledge of some technical subject; "understanding affine transformations requires considerable mathematical sophistication". 
4. sophistication - the quality or character of being intellectually sophisticated through cultivation or experience or disillusionment    Antonyms: naivete, naivety, naiveness - lack of sophistication or worldliness  Synonyms: worldliness.  
5.  sophistication - falsification by the use of sophistry; misleading by means of specious fallacies; "he practiced the art of sophistication upon reason."

Sophism was originally a term for the techniques taught by a highly respected group of philosophy and rhetoric teachers in ancient Greece. The common modern usage is not necessarily representative of the beliefs of the original Sophists, except that they generally taught Rhetoric. The Sophists are known today only through the writings of their opponents (specifically Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle), which makes it difficult to formulate a complete view of the Sophists' beliefs.

The meaning of the word sophist (Gr. sophistès) has changed greatly over time. Initially, a sophist was someone who gave sophia to his disciples, i.e. wisdom made from knowledge. It was a highly complimentary term, applied to early philosophers such as the Seven Wise Men of Greece.

In the second half of the 5th century B.C., and especially at Athens, "sophist" came to be applied to a group of thinkers who employed debate and rhetoric to teach and disseminate their ideas and offered to teach these skills to others. Due to the importance of such skills in the litigious social life of Athens, acclaimed teachers of such skills often commanded very high fees. The practice of taking fees, coupled with the willingness of many practitioners to use their rhetorical skills to pursue unjust lawsuits, eventually led to a decline in respect for practitioners of this form of teaching and the ideas and writings associated with it.

Protagoras is generally regarded as the first sophist. Other leading 5th-century sophists included Gorgias and Prodicus. Socrates was perhaps the first philosopher to significantly challenge the Sophists."

This very enlightening citing from the above given URL explains well the importance of SOPHISTRY not only in ancient Greece but also in the modern world.  It means that whoever does the better "lying" wins.  It is seen that SOPHISTRY is another name for HYPOCRISY. 

The Greek word for "sophistry" is given as "SOPHISTIKOS" [6].

The Greek term SOPHISTIKOS, when rearranged as "SOPIK-SOTISH", is the restructured and disguised form of Turkish expression "SAPIK SATIS" (egri satis, sahte satis) meaning "dishonest sale". We also find this meaning in the Latin wordSOPHISTICATUS meaning "sophistication".  SOPHISTICATUS, when rearranged letter-by-letter as "SOPIK-SATISHTU", is the restructured and disguised form of the Turkish expression "SAPIK SATISTI" (EGRI SATISTI, SAHTE SATISTI) meaning "it is dishonest sale". These Greek and Latin words are different from each other only by the addition of the Turkish suffix "-TI", a form of -TIR, -TUR suffix, meaning "it is" to the so-called "Latin" word.  This trick has been used in all Indo-European and Semitic languages in coming up with languages for themselves from the original language of Turkish. 

The term "SOPHISTIC" has the synonyms of "illogical, irrational, invalid, fallacious, unreasonable", yet the term"SOPHISTICATION" has the synonyms of "lack of simplicity, finesse, refinement, social grace, elegance" which makes a contradiction with the meanings of "sophistic".  A culture that knows that something is wrong with a certain behavior, but at the same time, accepts that "wrong" as "social grace" has a contradiction with itself. With this mentality, it is no wonder that "lying, cheating, dishonesty, hypocrisy, etc." are regarded acceptable.  Thus it is clear that western civilization has been based on sophistry and hypocrisy. Here one remembers the ancient Spartan principle of behaviour: "do anything that pleases you, but do not get caught" which itself justifies "lying, stealing, dishonesty, sophistication and many evil acts as long as one is not caught".  It is no wonder that ancient Greeks saw nothing wrong with stealing the Turkish language, religion, culture, and civilization, thus making themselves a "nation" rather than staying as a "wandering" group.  

The same URL also gives the following regarding "SOPHISTRY in ancient Greece: 

"By the time of Plato and Aristotle, "sophist" had taken on negative connotations, usually referring to someone who used rhetorical sleight-of-hand and ambiguities of language in order to deceive, or to support fallacious reasoning. Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle all challenged the philosophical foundations of sophism. Eventually, the school was accused of immorality by the state."

From all of these analyses the emerging picture is that:

a)    Turkish was the universal world language, and that ancient Greek and Latin linguists knew well and spoke well.  In fact their linguists knew all the intricacies of the Turkish language far better than most Turks do presently as owners of the Turkish language. 

b)     Because of that deep understanding and knowledge of Turkish by the Greeks, Latins (Aryans/Arayans) and Semites, they were all able to create the Indo-European and Semitic languages by using the Turkish language not only as the foundation model language, so-called "proto" language which is from Turkish word "birata" meaning "one father" language for manufacturing new languages, but also as linguistic gold-mine providing new words for these new languages. 

c)    An act of "HYPOCRISY" has been played since ancient times up to the present times by the Greek, Latin and all of the other European secret language manufacturers in presenting a deceptive front to the world that their languages are authentic and independently developed languages while they are totally false and manufactured languages. By usurping the Turkish language they also usurped instantly the ancient and present Turanian civilization.  

d)    In the same way, by changing the names and language of some Turkish groups into a format different than the original Turkic format, they deceptively claimed these peoples as Indo-European origin. With such sophistry, they stole many historical Turkic groups and presented them to the world as "Aryan" (from Turkish "Arayan") or as "unknown". Such very sneaky and "sophisticated" acts have been going on since ancient times and still going on without the Tur/Turk peoples ever being aware of it. For example, presently the desire of the Turkish Republic to join as a member of the so-called "European Union" has met the brick wall of collective hypocrisy of  the European politicians.  This is a living example of the old games used against the Turks by way of effective speech making. 

e)    Knowing language well and using it "sophisticatedly" is much more effective in changing and obliterating nations than the most powerfull military killing machines. Only most secretive cults and manipulators use this invisible "weapon of language" very effectively in controlling ordinary people who spent their daily efforts to earn only a simple living. The result is that such groups end up ruling and hence sucking the blood of the rest of the world public.  Hypocrisy works and works well for the hypocrite!

f)    The words and expressions of the ancient Turkish language, and with them the ancient Turkish civilization, have all been completely stolen by way of sophistry and hypocrisy wielded by the secretive religious and linguistic groups of the so-called "civilized" Western and Semitic world for the last 3-4 thousand years. The whole world has been conned by these cabalists who have conditioned the people of the world by rhetoric and oratory to accept "black" as "white". 


[1]    The Random House Dictionary, 1967, p. 1113.
[2]    Webster's Collogiate Dictionary, 1947, p. 697.
[3]    Dyvry’s English - Greek and Greek - English Desk Dictionary, New York, 1988, p. 10.
[4]    The Random House Dictionary, 1967, p. 1229.
[5]    Graham Speake, "A Dictionary of Ancient History, Blackwell References, 1994, p. 540.
[6]    Dyvry’s English - Greek and Greek - English Desk Dictionary, New York, 1988, p. 680.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya