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Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kulka » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:07 am

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kulka » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:16 am

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 1:48 pm

thanks Kulka great work indeed .
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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sun Nov 06, 2011 2:28 pm

I'll do mine today, definatly by tommorrow.
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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sun Nov 06, 2011 7:40 pm

Dear Mr McCain,
I am writing to remind you that freedom, democracy and self-determination is needed amongst every peoples of the world. Specifically the Kurds, as they have endured un-imaginable pain throughout their modern history. From the creation of the Republic of Turkey, when there were laws in place to Turkify the minorities living within Turkey. To the brutal destruction of the Republic of Mahabad in Eastern Kurdistan, which followed onto the Iranian monarchy and Islamic republic oppressing Kurds. To the Iraqi Baath government using gas against the Kurds, resorting the creation of the Al- Anfal campaign. This lead to thousands of Kurds dying and hundreds of Kurdish villages being destroyed. How would you feel if this happened to your fellow Americans? It would rip you apart as a nation and as an individual of a nation.
Every nation’s peoples have a right to democracy, just as every nation has a right to self-determination. The Kurds do not deserve it because I wrote it, but because time and time again they have tried to gain an independent nation of their own. It’s not like the Kurds haven’t governed a state of their own. Even now in the Kurdish semi-autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan the Kurds are prospering economically and socially. There are massive building projects on building up the infrastructure and the oil industry in the Kurdish region is very strong. However this was not like the 80 or even 30 years ago. When no one seemed to care about the Kurds or even when they heard of the crimes committed against them, didn’t seem to want to listen. However even now there is a lack of media coverage on the Kurdish issue, not just in the state they live in but also in the western nations. Kurdish self-determination and rights have been overshadowed by the Arab spring and Palestinian conflict.
You have to see how it started when the ‘Treaty of Lausanne’ was signed and divided a people and nation apart without remorse. However did it really divide the Kurds? On paper yes, but in reality it made them stronger and ever more determined for an independent state. My point is the so called Turkish “democratic” state, isn’t democratic at all. The Turkish government has forced a policy of brutality against the Kurdish minority in Turkey. Thousands of BDP members arrested. Let’s also not forget how they have outlawed the PKK, if they were so eager on peace you’d think they’d at least try and create peace talks. It’s this day to day hypocrisy which Kurds are living under, with the expectation of Kurdish regional government. Moving onto Iran which as openly declared war on the Kurds, unlike Turkey they make no effort in hiding their brutality and suppressive actions towards the Kurds.
Sadly the Syrian, Turkish and Iranian government do not care how they do it, but they are aiming to destroy Kurdish aspirations for self-determination. In Iran PJAK on numerous occasions has attempted to carry out its process for an independent state, yet the Islamic republic of Iran would rather just shoot at them. In Turkey the PKK are forced to fight and their leader Abdullah Öcalan is isolated. This isn’t the ironic part; the ironic part is BDP members being arrested.
All I am saying is the Kurds should have a right to a free and independent state. Beginning by allowing the KRG to have a seat in the UN. The KRG is democratic, modern and economically prospering. Not just through the oil industry which is developing rapidly in the region, but other forms of economic boom. In western Kurdistan or Syrian Kurdish region, the KRG should be allowed to absorb it and allow its fighters to enter the region or at the very least have a semi-autonomous region like Iraqi Kurdistan. The people of Kurdistan, yes all of occupied Kurdish regions should be allowed to a minimum have cultural rights. The Kurds racially and culturally are a different people from the Turks and Arabs. Not only that they are a very humble and friendly people. Not one single American soldier died in the KRG. Kurds want nothing but peace and a nation of their own. The Kurds in the middle-east haven’t started a single war; it has always been imposed on them. They have aimed for a peaceful solution for their rights and freedom, but as you see the nations in which are in control of the Kurds do not wish for this. All I ask is a seat in the UN for the KRG and international pressure on Syria, Turkey and the Islamic Republic of Iran, who have embarked on a campaign against the Kurds and united to a certain extent to eliminate the Kurdish people and their struggle for independence.

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sun Nov 06, 2011 7:44 pm

It won't let me send it if I'm outside America.
I also want to send it to DR.Ron Paul, his a great politican in America and will probably win.
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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Sun Nov 06, 2011 7:49 pm

I put a fake amerian post code anyways. :D
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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kulka » Mon Nov 07, 2011 5:22 am

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PostAuthor: alan131210 » Mon Nov 07, 2011 8:29 am

good work guys , keep up the good work .
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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kurdistano » Mon Nov 07, 2011 9:56 pm

jjmuneer wrote:The Kurds racially and culturally are a different people from the Turks and Arabs.


Is this really of need? You are not sending a letter to a racialist website. And try to minimize emotional talk. And what about Iranians ? Still you fail to see the difference between Kurds and Iranians not only "racially but also culturally. Try to not see everything in Eastern Kurdish perspective, for Kurds without contact to Iran there is a huge difference. I have respect for you and Kulka making yourself work and writing overall good letters but I have to say Alan knows best how to write one. I would have written one too but its impossible with one broken shoulder.

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kulka » Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:01 pm

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PostAuthor: Kulka » Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:09 pm

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: Kurdistano » Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:27 am

I understand what you mean kulka and its ok to show emotions but you also have to give arguments why they should help us. politics are different. But we shouldnt really write something like racially as if we are racist.

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: KurdishSoccer92 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 9:06 am

Kurdistano wrote:
jjmuneer wrote:The Kurds racially and culturally are a different people from the Turks and Arabs.


Is this really of need? You are not sending a letter to a racialist website. And try to minimize emotional talk. And what about Iranians ? Still you fail to see the difference between Kurds and Iranians not only "racially but also culturally. Try to not see everything in Eastern Kurdish perspective, for Kurds without contact to Iran there is a huge difference. I have respect for you and Kulka making yourself work and writing overall good letters but I have to say Alan knows best how to write one. I would have written one too but its impossible with one broken shoulder.

YEAH ITS TRUE WHAT KURDISTANO SAID. AND JMUNER THANKS FOR YOUR LETTER BUT THIS POINT
are a different people from the Turks and Arabs.
I SAY ONLY OMG .
WE ARE NOT IRANIAN,NOT MONGOL TURK ,NOT ARAB!

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Re: Our letters to the world

PostAuthor: jjmuneer » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:03 am

KurdishSoccer92 wrote:
Kurdistano wrote:
jjmuneer wrote:The Kurds racially and culturally are a different people from the Turks and Arabs.


Is this really of need? You are not sending a letter to a racialist website. And try to minimize emotional talk. And what about Iranians ? Still you fail to see the difference between Kurds and Iranians not only "racially but also culturally. Try to not see everything in Eastern Kurdish perspective, for Kurds without contact to Iran there is a huge difference. I have respect for you and Kulka making yourself work and writing overall good letters but I have to say Alan knows best how to write one. I would have written one too but its impossible with one broken shoulder.

YEAH ITS TRUE WHAT KURDISTANO SAID. AND JMUNER THANKS FOR YOUR LETTER BUT THIS POINT
are a different people from the Turks and Arabs.
I SAY ONLY OMG .


Trust me if you've ever been to america they think were all the same. I don't see whats wrong with pointing that out. Anyways I know my letter isn't perfect, but oh well. :D I didn't mention difference bewteen Iranian and kurds because most of it was about south, west and northern kurdistan. I only talked about Mahabad. I wasn't trying to write at a eastern Kurd perpestive, and to be fair most of my family live in south kurdistan, I probably go to south kurdistan/baghdad more than Kermanshah. I was just trying to get the point of self-determination across. Thanks anyways.
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