No. The Gülen Movement does not envisage or intend an overall, sudden change in people and/or in the direction of the development of projects. The intention is to educate people with patience and dedication over time in order to enable them, in peace, to manage the complexity and plurality they have to deal with.
Decision-making in service-networks is neither centralized nor invisible. Project development decisions are not taken by specific individuals or private groups. As people are allowed to intervene in the decision-making, the process is participatory, and the existence of concealed intent to make sudden changes is not feasible or credible.