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Kurds deserve a leader to unite and liberate them

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Jun 20, 2018 1:22 am

No decent self-respecting Kurds
want to be brothers will barbaric Turks


Kurds deserve a leader they can be proud of

A leader who will promote Kurdish unity

Someone who will protect Kurdish lands from Turkish military

Protect sites such as Hasankeyf and Sur for future generations

Someone who has Kurdish language and culture as a priority

Kurds of North Kurdistan, need a NEW political party that is NOT connected to communism or left-wing groups
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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:09 pm

Kurds need to lose their loony left, Marxist image

The entire world - including Russia - is turning it's back on Communism

Yet some moronic Kurdish groups still follow Marxist ideology :ymdevil:

It is NOT the fault of the Kurdish people, many of whom are poorly educated

Some leaders, for reasons only know to themselves, refuse to change with the times and fail to realise they are leading the Kurds on a downward slope

Kurds need forward thinking leaders - ones who will unify the Kurdish population and lead them to an Independent Kurdistan :ymparty:
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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Nov 01, 2018 11:54 pm

We, at Roj Bash Kurdistan, would welcome suggestions as to who would be a suitable leader for Kurds

Kurds URGENTLY need a leader who they can respect,

Someone who puts the needs of Kurds above their own personal desire for self-aggrandisement

Over the years, Kurds have had a great many highly respected leaders, some of whom have been my friend
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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Kurdistanindepence » Tue Jan 01, 2019 6:11 am

100% agree here in Kurdistan in Iran we have the same groups that are communist no progress being made for 20 to 40 years clear the communist ideology does not work it is time for something new

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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jan 28, 2019 1:34 am

I see no new Kurdish leaders

There is NO Kurdish unity

Even in the UK, Kurds from different parts from Kurdistan have failed to unite

Attempts made in Croydon, South London, over the years have always failed to unite the Kurds

I see no improvement in recent years

I know from personal experience:

My Kurdish students came from South, East and West Kurdistan
(they put learning English as a priority, unlike Northern Kurds)

These students were NOT made welcome in the Northern Kurdish community centre

We opened another community group for Southern Kurds

Another friend ran Kurdish language classes for Southern Kurds

This still happens throughout the UK

Until there is Kurdish unity in small countries such as UK, what hope is there of Kurdish unity worldwide
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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Jan 28, 2019 1:59 am

Kurds also have to realise that they need to become more acceptable

All over the world senseless wars are taking place and the Kurds fight for freedom is lost among all the others

Here in the UK we are more worried about black violence turning many more areas into no-go areas for the white population, than what happens in Kurdistan

The older generations of blacks are now afraid to attend social events for fear of the youths causing problems

It is time Kurds realised that they seriously need to change their image - Marxism is NOT the way forward

Kurds need a more positive image

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    You catch more flies with honey
Stress Kurdish unity (perhaps NOT)

Stress Kurds desire to use their own language and pass Kurdish culture, history and culture to their children
(perhaps NOT)

Shamefully, Northern Kurds in the UK only teach their Turkish slave-masters language to their children X(

Kurds are well known environmentalists (perhaps NOT)

Northern Kurds are allowing the destruction of Hasankeyf

KURDS HAVE GOT TO IMPROVE THEIR IMAGE
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Re: Kurds deserve a Kurdish leader who puts KURDS first

PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Sep 20, 2019 1:04 am

It is now blatantly obvious to everyone:

    Kurds need a new leader to unite them

      Kurds need a

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Re: Kurds deserve a leader to unite and liberate them

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu May 07, 2020 7:35 pm

Kurds should unite with others
who have gained sympathy


It is my valued opinion, that Kurdish people have gone for much of the WRONG support

Many indigenous peoples are claiming their lands back including: Native Americans; Maori in New Zealand; Aborigines in Australia; Some tribes in South America; Many indigenous people whose land was under the USSR and many nations that have been under the control of other countries such as those once ruled by France and England :-o

All over the world indigenous people are getting their traditional homelands back :ymparty:

It is time for Kurds to wake up and see what is happening in the rest of the world - it is time Kurds offered support to and gained support from other indigenous people

NOT FROM TERRORIST GROUPS
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Re: Kurds deserve a leader to unite and liberate them

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu May 07, 2020 7:53 pm

I personally, know of only ONE up and coming Kurdish leader who is expectable to all Kurdish parties, in all countries

His intention is to become even more public as support for his leadership grows

I believe there are others out there who work towards a FREE KURDISTAN

There are secret groups in most parts of Kurdistan, that are working for Kurdish UNITY

I have a well known friend who wishes to make contact with such groups

You will need to convince him you are genuine
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Re: Kurds deserve a leader to unite and liberate them

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue May 12, 2020 3:25 am

I love my homeland Kurdistan

    I have no other home
I put the interest of Kurdistan above the interest of all countries, political parties, laws and principles...

I will not stop fighting for the unity, liberation and sovereignty of the Kurdistan Nation that is being desecrated and raped by Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran whose artificial occupation bodies occupy my holy homeland, Kurdistan...

I say it in public that the one who occupies my Kurdistan is not eligible to live with us, we are not his brothers, but he is a colonial, rapist and racist bastard...

Let us rejoice and be one Great Kurdish Nation

    Long Live Kurdistan State (JM)
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Re: Kurds deserve a leader to unite and liberate them

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun May 24, 2020 1:08 am

Kurdish leaders urge political unity

Kurdish leaders have called for unity in this year’s Eid ul-Fitr messages amid growing political rivalries and a worsening economic crisis gripping the Kurdistan Region

"I hope the return of this Eid will further embolden all of us towards harmony, tolerance, unity and co-existence," said Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani in a statement on Saturday evening, hoping future celebrations will be marked "in a better atmosphere."

This year’s Eid ul-Fitr – to begin tomorrow- is unlike previous years, with a complete lockdown to be imposed from midnight in order to spread the curb of the novel coronavirus amid a new uptick in cases.

In addition to the coronavirus pandemic, the Region has seen recent instability in the form of inter-party tensions, disputes with Baghdad and popular protests over the failure to pay civil servants for several months.

Tensions have been particularly high among political parties in the Kurdistan Region since Soran Omar, a Kurdistan Islamic Group (Komal) MP was controversially stripped of parliamentary immunity earlier this month, allowing Prime Minister Masrour Barzani to sue him for libelous statements submitted to the parliament.

Relations took a turn for the worse after Duhok Governor Farhad Atrushi, a Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) member, accused the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), New Generation and the Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) last week of being behind a demonstration held by teachers, journalists and civil servants against the government's failure to pay public sector salaries on time.

The parties categorically rejected Atrushi's claims, describing his comments as attempts to further strain already cold relations.

The row has created new and deeper schisms between the Kurdistan Region's parties, and could undermine their collective clout in upcoming battles with the Iraqi federal government over oil sales, the budget, and territorial disputes unless the KDP and PUK - the largest two parties in the Region - thaw the ice.

KDP Masoud Barzani, president of the KDP described the existing economic crisis as presenting the Region with “new challenges", and called on all political parties to unite.

"I view the Eid ul-Fitr as an opportunity to call upon all the political parties of the Kurdistan Region to respond and face these challenges. at a national level.. and to take the path of brotherhood, unity and harmony," Barzani said.

Speaker of the Kurdistan Region Parliament Rewaz Fayaq has also called for unity, asking political parties to “cast aside their rivalries" and "draw a new beginning on the bases of forging trust to build national unity.”

Ali Bapir, the leader of Islamist Komal party described Eid as an "opportunity" which should be “seized” by authorities to reconcile with the public.

"Eid is an opportunity to help bring about peace and harmony and put an end to the rivalries among us," Bapir said.

KIU leader Salahadin Bahadin also spoke of a “mistrust” between authorities and the public.

"Unfortunately, Eid comes at a time that the coronavirus's health and social implications are still there and no grassroots solution to the economic crisis and the matter of the civil servants' salaries has been discovered," Bahadin said.

Political parties must decide “to mend ties” to avoid plunging the region into a deeper crisis, he added.

Kosrat Rasul Ali, head of the PUK Supreme Political Council said the burden lies on the shoulders of political parties to end the current crises.

"This is a duty on the shoulders of political parties to help rid of this undesirable situation and the Kurdistan Regional Government should responsibly deal with this situation," he said.

https://www.rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/230520202
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