“We established 20 States in 3000 years”
The concept of the state is directly related to contemplation.
States are formed as a result of contemplation.
The longest-lasting states, the Hun Empire and the Ottoman Empire; It shows that the beginning and ending contemplations are solid and permanent.
The distinguishing feature of our Civilization of Contemplation is its ability to form a State and its ability to organize.
The number of States established in 3000 years is 20.
- 1100 BC – 0: 3 States
- AD 0- 500 : 2 States
- 500 – 1000 AD: 6 States
- AD 1000 – 1500: 7 States
- 1500-2000 AD: 2 States
The first state was the State of Zhu, which came to life in the lands of China in 1000 BC.
Turks established 20 states in 3000 years and established sovereignty in 75 countries. Except for 2 of these states, the other 18 are states with a coast to the sea.
Our State, which provides dominance in the most countries; It is the Ottoman Empire, known as Devlet-i Ali.
The longest-lasting states are, in order:
- Ottoman Empire, Osman Gazi, 1299-1922: 623 years
- Great Hun Empire Teoman, 220 BC – 216 AD: 436 years
- Karakhanid State, Bilge Ash Kadir Khan, 840-1212: 372 years
- Khazar Khaganate, Böri Şad, 651-983: 332 years
- Mughal Empire, Mughal, 1526-1858: 332 years
occurred in the form.
Among the 20 established states, the first 2 states with the longest duration are; The first established HUN EMPIRE was the last established OTTOMAN EMPIRE.
In the ranking of the countries where Turkish States have sovereignty;
- 10 States each, Uzbekistan, Russia and Turkmenistan
- 9 States and Afghanistan, China
- 8 States and Kazakhstan, Tajikistan
- 7 States and Georgia, Iran, Pakistan
ranked among the top 10 countries.
Of the 20 established states, 17 were centered in Asia, 2 in Europe (European Huns, Ottoman Imps), and 1 in Africa (Mamluks). The center of gravity is Asia.
The countries with the most sovereignty are listed in the Asian (Front Asia-Eurasia-Turkestan-East Asia) geographies. In the European and African geographies, sovereignty was provided by 1 or 2 States.
While sovereignty was provided on the shores of 11 seas, the most numerous states were established on the shores of the Caspian, Black Sea, Arabian Sea and Basra.
While the roof of our states was in China in the 1600 years of origin (1100 BC – 500 AD), with the Talas War in 750 AD, the descent of China to the Middle East was prevented and the Turks settled in Transoxiana, Khorasan, Iran and then in the Middle East geography (Iraq, Syria) in the region. They established states and conquered dynasties.
After the conquest of Anatolia in 1071, after a period of fermentation of 300 years, this time the Rumelian conquests were started and the 600-year Rumelian Empire was paved.
The Chu State, whose foundations were laid along the Yellow River, continued as the State-i Ali along the Blue Danube.
Today, our historical references to Asia begin with the Orkhon Inscriptions and Bilge Kagan in Mongolia, and do not go back to the state formations of the Gokturks, which date back to 700 AD.
However, the geography where Turkish state formations came to life is the processes that started in the lands of Kansu and Shensi provinces in China, starting from 3000 BC and leading to the establishment of the Zhou State in 1000 BC.
The mission of the Hun State, our first World State, which was founded by Oğuz Kağan in the early 200s BC and became legendary, has been the indispensable mission of all Turkish States that took their place in history:
More sea, more moray (rivers)
Let the sun be a flag, the sky kurikan (tent) !
ATAM Oguz Kagan
The Turks; They eliminated their opponents by allying with the Arabs against China and the Kurds against Iran.
Islam and the Caliphate had brought the Turks to wide geographies.
As a result of the deliberate thought that blamed Islam and the Caliphate for the collapse, first the Arabs were fought and the Empire collapsed.
Then, after the establishment of the Republic, this time the newly established Republic was targeted over the Kurds.
The main goal of our adversaries is to prevent the Turks from re-alliance with the Arabs and Kurds.
The Turks had eliminated their enemies, China, and prevented them from landing in the Middle East.
Likewise, by eliminating Iran, the Turks consolidated their position in the Middle East.
The forces that want to keep the Turks away from the Middle East are applying the strategy of turning these alliances into enmity through Syria, Egypt and Iraq.