To The Anti-Kurdish World
By Axin Arbili
October 23, 2008
A collective civil uprising against fascist
oppression is taking place at this very moment, but
there is no mention of it anywhere in the mainstream
or even alternative media!!! Millions of Kurds are
right now on their feet and marching for liberation
from the terror state of Turkey. For five long days
millions of Kurds are
marching and demonstrating
for the most basic human rights, but the whole world
has turned a blind eye.
Turkey is the open-air concentration camp for the
Kurdish people. The Turkish military occupies our
homelands for decades,www.ekurd.net
tortures and kills
innocent people just because they don't want to call
themselves Turks, terrorizes and murders us because
we want to be free Kurds. And the anti-Kurdish world
supports their fascist terror and genocidal crimes.
The leader of the Kurdish Liberation Movement, Mr.
Ocalan, was captured by those who call themselves
"democrats" and the "civilized world" and was handed
over to our oppressors,www.ekurd.net
the Turkish military and
state. For 109 years he is kept in a Turkish
dungeon, subjected to psychological and physical
torture. Why? His crime was that he wanted to be a
free Kurd, to speak his native language freely, to
live his own native culture in freedom. His crime
was that he wanted the Kurds to have the same rights
as all the other nations have and enjoy fully.
By turning a blind eye the West has become
accomplice of the Turks of never-before witnessed
terror, evil, injustice. Together they are against
the freedom of Kurds and Kurdistan; together they
want us to remain in slavery forever.
We see how they made the terror state of Turkey a
member of the Security Council. This is like
spitting into our faces, beating our heads, cutting
our hands and throats. It is open support of murder
But the Kurds are waking up. We will no longer
accept this global anti-Kurdish hatred. We do not
accept living in slavery any longer. We want to be
free in our own ancient homelands. We want to be
free from the terror regime of the conquerors and
occupiers. We want to be free from this racial
hatred and violence. We want peace and freedom for
our children. We want the freedom of being Kurds,www.ekurd.net
we want the freedom of
Kurdistan, we want to live in dignity and honour!!!
Now the fascists and their anti-Kurdish supporters
have two choices: They either accept the reality and
existence of the Kurdish nation and thus they accept
their natural and god-given rights as a cistinct
people, with their distinct culture and language and
recognize and accept the sanctity of their homelands
by accepting our offer for peaceful negotiations and
settlement or else they must carry out full-scale
genocide against the Kurdish people.
They should know and decide because for us there
will be no alternative than liberation.
I'm Kurdish, and thus I don't have a place to call
my homeland. My ancient country, Kurdistan, has been
under occupation for centuries by barbaric forces.
They are against a free Kurdistan, against free
Kurds, against freedom and democracy. The West
supports them and the brutal status quo. They set up
most of the local regimes as puppets, trained and
equipped their armies to maintain the status quo:
Exploitation and control of the energy resources.
They don't want a change of this status quo of
terror and injustice, they don't want freedom,
democracy, justice for the region. I want to inform
the public about the injustices done to my people
and my country with real and relevant information,
by serving truth - something the elite and corporate
controlled media of the West will never do.
Copyright, respective author or news agency,
Turkey refuses to recognize its Kurdish population
as a distinct minority. It has allowed some cultural
rights such as limited broadcasts in the Kurdish
language and private Kurdish language courses with
the prodding of the European Union, but Kurdish politicians
say the measures fall short of their expectations.
** Kurds are not recognized as an official minority
in Turkey and are denied rights granted to other
minority groups. Under EU pressure, Turkey recently
granted Kurds limited rights for broadcasts and
education in the Kurdish language, but critics say
the measures do not go far enough.
The use of the term "Kurdistan" is vigorously
rejected due to its alleged political implications
by the Republic of Turkey, which does not recognize
the existence of a "Turkish Kurdistan" Southeast
Others estimate over 40 million Kurds live in Big
Kurdistan (Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Armenia),
which covers an area as big as France, about half of
all Kurds which estimate to 20 million live in
Turkey is home to 25 million ethnic Kurds, a large
Turkey's Kurdish community openly sympathise with
the Kurdish PKK for a Kurdish homeland in the
country's mainly Kurdish southeast of Turkey.
Before August 2002, the Turkish government placed
severe restrictions on the use of Kurdish language,
prohibiting the language in education and broadcast
media. The Kurdish alphabet is still not recognized
in Turkey, and use of the Kurdish letters X, W, Q
which do not exist in the Turkish alphabet has led
to judicial persecution in 2000 and 2003
The Kurdish flag flown officially in Iraqi Kurdistan
but unofficially flown by Kurds in Armenia. The flag
is banned in Iran, Syria, and Turkey where flying it
is a criminal offence"
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