The friends demand "honesty"
Zubeyir Altunas seems a bit disgruntled about some of the tenents of Hizmet (Gulen's cult rules), and in particular about the recruitment of Turkish teachers as a means to "confiscate" their salaries (see the Tuzuk blog for that explanation), and other nefarious activities that they boys are engaged in.
But wait, how can that be?
The boys are constantly denying the existence of either Hizmet or the Tuzuk and its association with Gulen, yet one of their very own former Board Members, Altunas is dismayed about the injustice of it all, and actually gives an outline summary of some of the most obvious examples of the scam, that is being publicly funded with United States' tax dollars (funny -- Altunas does not seem to concerned with the overall aspect of the "operation.")
Altunas admits that "education is not our aim." Gosh, Zubeyir, at what point during the mass pillaging of American taxdollar pockets over the past 10 years did you figure that out? And this guy holds a Ph.d. and is a researcher -- guess he needs to refine his researching skills.
And as for his reference to "honesty", maybe the word has a different meaning in Turkish, because here in the United States, the boys use the term "honesty" as antonym -- saying and doing everything in its most opposite state.