The Middle East is in turmoil with proxy wars, ISIS and a struggle between ideologies, values, Sunni versus Shia, and civilians versus dysfunctional states. Meanwhile, the stateless Kurds are gaining an international profile from fighting ISIS and having created islands of relative safety and stability in Iraq and Syria. Compare the people of the two independent Boer republics (1900) with the people of Kurdistan.
Interessante kaarte en beeldmateriaal waar die land van die Koerde is – Kurdistan is groot en hierdie volke en stamme leef en bly oral. Hulle is nes ons Boere, wat van ons lande vervreem en eenvoudig afgeneem is. Vergelyk die burgers van die twee onafhanklike Boere republieke met die van die Koerde – daar is heelwat ooreenkomste. Beide is geregtig op hul eie lande en om deur hul eie leiers regeer te word, totaal onafhanklik, soos wat Rusland, Swede, Frankryk of Botswana is.
Volgens internasionale reg het elke volk die reg om oor hulself te regeer en die Koerde is duidelik ‘n volk wat ‘ontwortel’ is deur groter magte met moontlike geheime agendae daarom is en woon hul verspreid oor verskillende lande (eintlik waar hul wel aanvanklik was). Waarom geld die verkryging van vryheid of volle onafhanklikheid dan net vir sekere volke en ander word eenvoudig uitgewis.
Wat maak ander lande meer spesiaal as ander, indien dit gaan oor kultuur, tradisies en ‘n volk en volke se vryheidsregte. Of gaan dit oor minerale, olie, gas, goud en diamante soos met die twee Boere republieke? Dieselfde geld dus vir die twee onafhanklike Boere republieke sowel ander volke in suidelike Afrika wat ontwortel is om volke uit te wis.
Na 1994 het meeste swart gebiede, wat reservate was (1840-1961) asook kroongebiede (1840-1994-tot datum), eie identiteite behou, tradisies en kulture behou, sowel tradisionele khoi san en swart leiers, in die vorm van grondeise, wat trustgebiede en cpa gebiede geword het onder anc wetgewing. Dus, is die gebiede steeds apart van mekaar en is dit nie deur enige blanke geskep nie.
SELF-DETERMINATION OF PEOPLE
Apartheid het na Mfecane oorloë ontstaan op die ‘wetboeke” in London, nie in suidelike Afrika nie, want toe was daar nog geen land soos Suid-Afrika nie. DUS – waarom word die blaam van aparte gebiede, wat na 1994 voortbestaan, voor ons konserwatiewe blankes en Boere se deure geplaas?
Wie is in beheer van swart bemagtiging – die PARLEMENT VAN SUID-AFRIKA – Ramaphosa
The Kurds have their own history, culture and language. They are among the original inhabitants of the region they occupy and number up to 50 million people. Until the nineteenth century they were largely independent of the Ottoman and Persian empires, but in 1923 their territory was divided between four newly formed nation states. Since June 2014, poorly equipped and unpaid Kurdish forces from Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey have been fighting ISIS. Like their ancestors, they fight for survival and freedom from oppression.
The Kurdish regions of Iraq and Syria have become destinations for IDPs and refugees, despite these regions being subject to boycotts and military threats. Given the Kurds’ numbers, history, distinct cultural heritage, their sacrifices in fighting oppression, and the nature of the states in which they live, at the very least Kurds deserve support for some form of self-rule. In addition to being an inherent right, supporting self-rule in Kurdish-majority territories has numerous local, regional and international benefits, including those listed below.
OIL AND GAS?
Kurds are traditionally regarded as Iranians and of Iranian origin, and therefore as Indo-Europeans, mainly, because they speak Iranian. This hypothesis is largely based on linguistic considerations and was predominantly developed by linguists. In contrast to such believes, newest DNA-research of advanced Human Anthropology indicates, that in earliest traceable origins, forefathers of Kurds were obviously de-scendants of indigenous (first) Neolithic Northern Fertile Crescent aborigines, geographically mainly from outside and northwest of what is Iran of today in Near East and Eurasia. Oldest ancestral forefathers of Kurds were millennia later linguistically Iranianized in several waves by militarily organized elites of (R1a1) immigrants from Central Asia.
The toponym “kar-daKI-ka” (“ma-da kar-daKI-ka”) means land of “Karda”, which derives most likely out of Akkadian “qarda” (“qurda”) for heroic, brave, valiant, and warlike (mountain) people. It was geographically located in ancient heartlands of the Guti(ans) in central Zagros east areas in Northwest Iran of today, and was documented in several late Sumerian UrIII sources at the end of the 3rd millennium B.C.E. from Girsu in south Mesopotamia. Origin and ethnic affiliations of the inhabitants of the land of “Karda” are not known. The term “kar-daKI-ka” was one of the oldest cuneiform expressions used by Mesopotamians to denote various indigenous Zagros hilly/mountain nomads of multi-ethnical origin in the North and the (North-)East, whom they regarded as warlike and also as uncivilized because they were at the time mainly not urban organized in contrast to lowland Mesopotamians.
It was mentioned that the names of tribes in large, capitalized, red letters describe major tribes in the area while names in smaller, non capitalized, black letters describe minor tribes. Feyli Kurds, spelled “Fayli,” are found as a major tribe in Iran near the border with Iraq. They are also found as a minor tribe in a curious strip jutting towards Baghdad.
Decrees Number 666 of 7 May 1980 started the Plight of Faylee Kurds
The decision to strip hundreds of thousands of Faylee Kurds of their Iraqi citizenship, confiscate all their documents and property and the deport them keeping thousands of their young women and men in detention camps was taken by the Revolution Command Council (the highest executive and legislative branch of the State of Iraq, at the time) in Decree No. 666 dated 7 May 1980 signed by Saddam Hussein Chairman of the Council, President of the Republic and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces of Iraq. Decree No. 666 is obviously a political decision directed against a whole section of the Kurdish people in Iraq, stigmatizing its members as being of “foreign origin” and accusing them of “disloyalty to the people and fatherland and to the political and social principles of the Revolution”, an accusation tantamount to treason.
As a consequence of this arbitrary and unjust decree hundreds of thousands Faylee Kurds (as well as other Iraqis such as, Kurds from Kurdistan living in Baghdad as well as Turkomans, Arabs and from other ethnic groups) were forcibly and inhumanely deported to Iran starting with Faylee Kurd big merchants from Baghdad on 7 April 1980. The deportees were not allowed to take with them anything apart from the clothes they were wearing when they were picked up from homes, schools, government offices, work places, shops and military units. Thousands of young Faylee Kurds, women and children were detained and then disappeared without a trace. Unconfirmed reports indicate that some of them were use in the chemical and biological experiments and the others were emptied of their blood and vital organs during the war. The plight of Faylee Kurds in Iraq is part of the overall plight of the Kurdish people in Iraq. The mass forcible deportation of Faylee Kurds from Iraq was an integral part of the policy of Saddam Hussein’s regime of ethnic cleansing.
The forcible deportation of Faylee Kurds in 1969-1971, sending returnee Kurds after the collapse of the Kurdish movement in 1975 to the south in small number scattered among Arab communities, the mass forcible deportation of Faylee Kurds starting April 1980, the Anfal campaign at the end of the 1980s (killing 180.000 Kurds, destroying over 2200 villages and communities, forcible displacing Kurds from Kirkuk, Khanaqin, Sinjar among others), and Decree Number 199 issued by the Revolution Command Council on 6 September 2001 – the correction of ethnicity – giving every Iraqi aged 18 years or more “the right” to change his/her ethnicity to Arabic, are all parts of a concerted campaign of ethnic cleansing by the regime of Saddam Hussein.
RELATED – IN SOUTH AFRICA
Politieke partye woon hierdie CPA en trustgebiede vergaderings by in Parlementêre komitees en hul is 100% op hoogte wat aangaan met al hierdie aparte gebiede. Selfs die salarisse van die meer as 8840 tradisionele leiers gaan deur ministers en presidente in huidige parlement. Hierdie mense wat grond eis en op woon, het grond, maar blanke konserwatiewes word vals beskuldig oor gronddiefstalle. Selfs die swart bemagtiging en regstelaksies is diskriminasie teenoor blankes en onderdrukking van ons volksmense.