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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #35 on: July 10, 2017, 10:42:29 AM »
I have better things to do than to needlessly argue with a Canadian Kurd. It's not as if convincing you would do anything for the Assyrian cause anyway

Yet you spend countless hours responding to my post! and off cours it will do good for Assyrian . This is a forum and it is read by thousands of Assyrian and non Assyrian . You running a way is never a good thing .

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #36 on: August 17, 2017, 05:25:58 PM »
Like I said on the other post. I will support an independent Kurdistan but which one? :)

The international community is expecting one and only one Kurdistan to exist, not 2,3,4, or 6.

Islam has already gotten you this far, so don't screw it up

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #37 on: August 17, 2017, 06:59:42 PM »
Like I said on the other post. I will support an independent Kurdistan but which one? :)

The international community is expecting one and only one Kurdistan to exist, not 2,3,4, or 6.

Islam has already gotten you this far, so don't screw it up
Great Kurdistan. It doesn't matter where it will be independent first, even on the MOON. At the end of the day all parts of Kurdistan will join together.

Not sure which part will become independent first, maybe Rojava will be independent first or maybe Ezdixan (Shengal), but eventually all parts will join together. I'm sure that Rojava and Ezdixan will be together, because Rojava Kurds from Qamishli and Ezdi Kurds from Shengal/Shexan (Ezdixan) belong tot the same type Kurmanji Kurds. Related Kurmanji tribes.

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #38 on: August 17, 2017, 08:27:24 PM »
Great Kurdistan. It doesn't matter where it will be independent first, even on the MOON. At the end of the day all parts of Kurdistan will join together.

Not sure which part will become independent first, maybe Rojava will be independent first or maybe Ezdixan (Shengal), but eventually all parts will join together. I'm sure that Rojava and Ezdixan will be together, because Rojava Kurds from Qamishli and Ezdi Kurds from Shengal/Shexan (Ezdixan) belong tot the same type Kurmanji Kurds. Related Kurmanji tribes.


impossible, each independent piece of Kurdistan would take a great and devastating civil war to forcefully unite it as one country. That's not even mentioning if Turkey or Iran even gets involved in stopping it by making sure each civil war ends in stalemate.

Why? Because Turkey will influence and back the Kurds in charge of Turkish Kurdistan, same with Iran, same with Iraq, same with Syria...

Unless Kurds de-Islamize, the tribalistic and corruptive nature of Islam will prevent any fully united Kurdistan from happening.

Then again, what did you expect when your mostly follow a religion made up by a cross-dressing bandit who plagiarized the bible and added his own bad ideas?

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #39 on: August 17, 2017, 09:16:56 PM »
impossible, each independent piece of Kurdistan would take a great and devastating civil war to forcefully unite it as one country. That's not even mentioning if Turkey or Iran even gets involved in stopping it by making sure each civil war ends in stalemate.

Why? Because Turkey will influence and back the Kurds in charge of Turkish Kurdistan, same with Iran, same with Iraq, same with Syria...

Unless Kurds de-Islamize, the tribalistic and corruptive nature of Islam will prevent any fully united Kurdistan from happening.

Then again, what did you expect when your mostly follow a religion made up by a cross-dressing bandit who plagiarized the bible and added his own bad ideas?
Nothing is impossible in this world. And nobody can go against the will of 50 million Aryans. At the end of the day it is what the people want. And Kurdish people want Great Kurdistan. All what matters is the will of the people.

Turkey and Iran are on their knees. Turkey is defeated big time. Turkey is now in coma and it is the USA that keeps Turkey in life.

Believe me, Turkey is nothing. Everybody knows that. And Turks know very well that Kurds know that also very well. Turkey is on it's knees big time. Kurds are doing what they want in Rojava and Turks/Erdogan just watch and bark.
If Turks had some power, Kurds in Rojava would never achieve anything. But nowadays Kurds in Rojava are even more powerful than Kurds in Souhtern Kurdistan. This is your evidence that Turks are nothing and just shiiiiiit

Turkey couldn't even get a small Kurdish town called Kobani. Turkey is even afraid to invae a small isolated Kurdish region called Afrin. Kurds in Northern Kurdistan (Bakur) are waiting for the right time for the revolution. It will happen very soon, the time is almost there.


And Iran, well, Kurds can start a war against Iran anytime they want and they will be supported by the whole Western World including Israel. They point is that Kurds don't want to start a new front against Iran BEFORE we get what belong to us in Northern Kurdistan. With other words, Kurds are going to start a revolution in Iran after we have own independent state in Northern Kurdistan.


I do agree with you that Islam is our enemy and enemy of Kurdistan and Kurdish race.  Islam is a virus and Islam needs to be extermintated.


But tribalism will always stay in Kurdistan. 'Tribalism' is the best way to organize a society. 'Tribalism' is much better that what we have got now in the west. Actually we all are heading toward the NEO-tribalism. Tribalism is much more advanced than liberal 'mass' democracy.



Neotribalism is the future of the humanity.

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What is NEOTRIBALISM? What does NEOTRIBALISM mean? NEOTRIBALISM meaning & explanation





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Tribalism is the FUTURE and Kurds are the BEST at tribalism !!!


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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #40 on: August 17, 2017, 09:31:19 PM »
I studied political science, believe me I know what I'm talking about, it is my job.


NEO tribalism is the next big thing.

As ARYANS, Kurds have always being ahead of the rest of the humankind in organizing a society. 'Mass societies' don't work and we found that out a long time ago, during the era of the Medes. We found a human civilization and we (the chosen) people will evolve/advance our civilization. Civilization is not about the computers, lol. It is all about how you do organize your society.

When Kurds (APO/Ocalan) talk about 'cantons' and 'confederations', we know very well what we are talking about.


Great Kurdistan will be a confederation, a confederation of big modern neo-'tribes' if you want. So Ezdi Kurds can be considered as a neo-tribe and will get their own confederal structure within Great Kurdistan. Same with Zazaki Kurds or Sorani Kurds etc.


Tribalism is natural, liberal 'mass' democracy is artificial. Artificial paradigm doesn't work and always lead toward naturalistic, close to human nature,  concepts/patterns.



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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #41 on: September 01, 2017, 11:46:34 AM »
Like I said on the other post. I will support an independent Kurdistan but which one? :)

The international community is expecting one and only one Kurdistan to exist, not 2,3,4, or 6.

Islam has already gotten you this far, so don't screw it up

I thought the question was specific enough . "for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq" . As for intentional community frankly they do not have a choice but to negotiate with kurds which is a step forward  considering that just 20 years ago kurdish leaders were lucky to have a journalist make an interview with them and now Barzani is meeting the head of states in Erbil  . The total liberation of all parts of Kurdistan will happen in the far future for obvious reason . Kurds have the will are not afraid of anybody including iran , turkey , iraq whom they fought simultaneously for decades . The war against the kurds is unwinnable and they are all beginning to reach this realization .

Frankly at this stage of kurdish struggle no country have the stomach to fight them including iraq , iran and even turkey . Their leaders did a fantastic job shifting the public opinion gaining international public support . The road to complete liberation is still long and as long as they keep the mullas and fanaticism out of kurdistan they will reach their goals .



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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #42 on: September 01, 2017, 01:55:54 PM »
I thought the question was specific enough . "for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq" . As for intentional community frankly they do not have a choice but to negotiate with kurds which is a step forward  considering that just 20 years ago kurdish leaders were lucky to have a journalist make an interview with them and now Barzani is meeting the head of states in Erbil  . The total liberation of all parts of Kurdistan will happen in the far future for obvious reason . Kurds have the will are not afraid of anybody including iran , turkey , iraq whom they fought simultaneously for decades . The war against the kurds is unwinnable and they are all beginning to reach this realization .

Frankly at this stage of kurdish struggle no country have the stomach to fight them including iraq , iran and even turkey . Their leaders did a fantastic job shifting the public opinion gaining international public support . The road to complete liberation is still long and as long as they keep the mullas and fanaticism out of kurdistan they will reach their goals .


at least the kurdistan off iraq would make a great deportation destination for Kurds living in Turkey. Don't think the Turkish government won't do that either...

"Frankly at this stage of kurdish struggle no country have the stomach to fight them including iraq , iran and even turkey".
Kind of an ignorant statement, what would Iraq, Iran, or Turkey gain from fighting Kurds other than to maintain borders?
War is EXPENSIVE, it's a stupid idea to go to war unless you're going to get something out of it. USA goes to war to protect its interests that keep it as the worlds most powerful nation.

Hell, the war against ISIS has already drained alot of the KRGs money itself if you haven't noticed already. you gotta pay for soldiers OR are you telling me young kurdish men completely risked their life for no reward or pay? I doubt that considering Middle Eastern mentality would make them money hungry.

"The road to complete liberation is still long"
There is no road, it'd be impossible for "complete" liberation.

You seriously believe that the Middle East, let alone the rest of the world, would allow for a complete Kurdistan? There's a good reason why the Arab states are broken up and one reason is to keep them weak. Secondly, you can't always keep the mullahs and religious fanatics, they're like cancer. They'll grow as they only need a moment of weakness... This wouldn't be an issue though if you de-Islamized the KRG however... But as soon as you de-Islamize, the Middle East will grow colder to your "kuffar" nation.

My dad always says that all Assyrians (and other Christians) should leave the Middle East so there's nobody in between for Muslims to kill each other.

Assyrians like me can always return back when it's actually safe. It seems like it'd be easier for me to make an autonomous Assyrian state in Europe or even the USA.
Sucks we have to leave the homeland we were born from but the land will always be there.

beige area was Assyrian population in 1000 AD, green is now

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #43 on: September 01, 2017, 08:38:38 PM »


My dad always says that all Assyrians (and other Christians) should leave the Middle East so there's nobody in between for Muslims to kill each other.


with all due respect,
STUPID

Assyrian survived caliphates,the ottoman empire, the persians.But nothing did more damage than US intervention in the middle east.

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #44 on: September 01, 2017, 10:15:42 PM »
with all due respect,
STUPID

Assyrian survived caliphates,the ottoman empire, the persians.But nothing did more damage than US intervention in the middle east.

damage no. Assyrians made up alot of Iraq's middle class, so they had money to simply leave then possibly come back if Iraq becomes more safe but it's more likely that Iraq will not be safe for a long time.

Secondly, it's like I said. even if all Assyrians left, the land will still be there and we Assyrians can always go back. I mean Assyrians outside the Middle East don't have the stupid mentality that endorses selfishness, irrationality, and stubbornness. Some Assyrians may still have it but Assyrians outside the Middle East don't have much of that mentality to the point where it becomes self destructive.

If Kurds want their Kurdistan, go ahead but don't complain if it turns bad and the USA backstabs you for disobeying their orders.

Being a western puppet isn't free and comes at a high cost that I hope Kurds are willing and able to pay.
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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #45 on: September 03, 2017, 12:10:34 PM »
at least the kurdistan off iraq would make a great deportation destination for Kurds living in Turkey. Don't think the Turkish government won't do that either...


As you might notice southern kurdistan is already open to kurds from all part of kurdistan who work and live there , so i failed to see your point . Are you saying that turkey will deport 30 million plus kurd to iraqi kurdistan ?

Kind of an ignorant statement, what would Iraq, Iran, or Turkey gain from fighting Kurds other than to maintain borders?
War is EXPENSIVE, it's a stupid idea to go to war unless you're going to get something out of it. USA goes to war to protect its interests that keep it as the worlds most powerful nation.


Turkey and iran and iraq will not invade southren kurdistan even if it declare independce now . The tragidies the kurds faced in the past emboldened them and they are ready for a war knowing their enemies can never win  . Add to that the international community will never allow it to happen . Even Closing the boarder and starving them is not an option either because it will totally destabilize their countries too and will put their kurds against them . Frankly i do not see any scénario where kurds could lose , because no matter what happen it will be a step forward .

Hell, the war against ISIS has already drained alot of the KRGs money itself if you haven't noticed already. you gotta pay for soldiers OR are you telling me young kurdish men completely risked their life for no reward or pay? I doubt that considering Middle Eastern mentality would make them money hungry.


being a peshmerga in kurdistan is compared to being a holy man  :), Notice in restaurants their bill is always paid for in advance by customers and restaurant owners who refuse to take their money  .
Kurds having been fighting for FREE for decades . If KRG open the door for enlisting in new peshmerga forces they could easily enlist a million young kurds form other parts of kurdistan within weeks , but they do not need that .Money has never been a priority for kurds and if it was they would have put their head down and continue receiving billions that baghdad was sending to them . 

There is no road, it'd be impossible for "complete" liberation
You seriously believe that the Middle East, let alone the rest of the world, would allow for a complete Kurdistan? There's a good reason why the Arab states are broken up and one reason is to keep them weak. Secondly, you can't always keep the mullahs and religious fanatics, they're like cancer. They'll grow as they only need a moment of weakness... This wouldn't be an issue though if you de-Islamized the KRG however... But as soon as you de-Islamize, the Middle East will grow colder to your "kuffar" nation.


I have always maintained that One Kurdistan would not be possible due to deep ideological differences among kurdish entities . 2 or 3 would be more logical  .
agreed about the danger of islam which is like a swing . The harder you push it away the harder is comes back at you and iran is a good example . Maintaining a balance would do the trick and it worked for many nations .

My dad always says that all Assyrians (and other Christians) should leave the Middle East so there's nobody in between for Muslims to kill each other.


Your dad is wrong . They can kill eaCHother just fine with you between them , hell they enlist you now in their fights . Did you hear about NPU VS BB ?

Assyrians like me can always return back when it's actually safe. It seems like it'd be easier for me to make an autonomous Assyrian state in Europe or even the USA.
Sucks we have to leave the homeland we were born from but the land will always be there.

Stay safe and see what will be left when you feel safe going back .


beige area was Assyrian population in 1000 AD, green is now

is this suppose to mean something ?
I do not see what you see , I see that assyrian went on killing everyone who oppose them  until they took control of this land in 1000 ad to call it assyria and call all the population assyrian . The ottoman are proud of their achievements too and they had bigger territories .

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #46 on: September 03, 2017, 04:31:55 PM »
As you might notice southern kurdistan is already open to kurds from all part of kurdistan who work and live there , so i failed to see your point . Are you saying that turkey will deport 30 million plus kurd to iraqi kurdistan ?

No, I'm saying Turkey can start a war against their Kurdish population and then run a propaganda campaign to convince them to migrate to KRG.

Turkey and iran and iraq will not invade southren kurdistan even if it declare independce now . The tragidies the kurds faced in the past emboldened them and they are ready for a war knowing their enemies can never win  . Add to that the international community will never allow it to happen . Even Closing the boarder and starving them is not an option either because it will totally destabilize their countries too and will put their kurds against them . Frankly i do not see any scénario where kurds could lose , because no matter what happen it will be a step forward .

Again, what would any of the countries gain from attacking the KRG? Iraq would probably do it in a bid to regain the oil fields of Kirkuk but other than that, there's no real gain. You're making it seem like Arabs, Iran, and Turkey have some ingrained hate towards Kurds. From experience, no humans naturally hate others unless they were wronged by them.

being a peshmerga in kurdistan is compared to being a holy man  :), Notice in restaurants their bill is always paid for in advance by customers and restaurant owners who refuse to take their money  .
Kurds having been fighting for FREE for decades . If KRG open the door for enlisting in new peshmerga forces they could easily enlist a million young kurds form other parts of kurdistan within weeks , but they do not need that .Money has never been a priority for kurds and if it was they would have put their head down and continue receiving billions that baghdad was sending to them . 

I don't believe your propaganda considering KRG's Peshmerga are divided between the KDP and the PUK. Then there's the PKK and PJAK. PJAK, PKK, and the PUK all serve under the Kurdistan Communities Union.

Also, most of the Kurdish population lives in Turkey so those million younglings would most likely be from Turkey.


I have always maintained that One Kurdistan would not be possible due to deep ideological differences among kurdish entities . 2 or 3 would be more logical  .
agreed about the danger of islam which is like a swing . The harder you push it away the harder is comes back at you and iran is a good example . Maintaining a balance would do the trick and it worked for many nations .

One Kurdistan is not impossible but it'll come at a very high cost which political enemies could take advantage of: Civil War. To have one country, the territory has to be united under one government by that governments loyal forces. This means one Kurdish government would have to fight the others and gain credibility from their populations.

Your dad is wrong . They can kill eaCHother just fine with you between them , hell they enlist you now in their fights . Did you hear about NPU VS BB ?

NPU vs BB is old news and it's been settled, the issue was a few members of BB were trying to loot and the NPU stopped them.


Stay safe and see what will be left when you feel safe going back .
Safety? In Muslim countries? That's hilarious.


is this suppose to mean something ?
I do not see what you see , I see that assyrian went on killing everyone who oppose them  until they took control of this land in 1000 ad to call it assyria and call all the population assyrian.
Well you're blind then because the colors represents Aramaic speakers. The orange was Aramaic spread during Persian empires. the Beige color (1000 CE) in Mesopotamia clearly shows the Assyrian population back 1000 years ago. The Green color in Mesopotamia is now.

Sharaf Khan Bidlisi even acknowledged over 1,000 years ago that Northern Iraq was Assyrian. If Islam didn't exist, Kurdistan would've been entirely inside Iran and Azerbaijan, practicing Zoroastrianism.

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #47 on: September 03, 2017, 05:03:07 PM »
Sharaf Khan Bidlisi even acknowledged over 1,000 years ago that Northern Iraq was Assyrian. If Islam didn't exist, Kurdistan would've been entirely inside Iran and Azerbaijan, practicing Zoroastrianism.
If he said that than he was an idiot. Most of the Northern Iraq was actually part of Aryan Ezdixan.

The Yezidism has closer connections to Mithraism and the Sumerian believes than to Zoroastrianism.

You can draw and paint as much artificial maps as you want but Assyrians were just immigrants / invaders from the Semitic lands. Native lands of Ezdixan were actually never 'Semitized' by the Assyrians.


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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #48 on: September 03, 2017, 05:23:23 PM »
No, I'm saying Turkey can start a war against their Kurdish population and then run a propaganda campaign to convince them to migrate to KRG.
There are 5 million Kurds in Constantinople (Istanbul). They are already ready for a revolution! When a revolution is going to start, no Mongoloid Turk will be save, Kurds will convince Turks to migrate back into Central Asia. Turks are NOTHING, cant fight, just worthless subhuman Mongoloid monkeys.


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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #49 on: September 03, 2017, 06:04:33 PM »
Tause Melek is my witness . After the revoltuon will break out in Northern Kurdistan, no Turk will be save in Constantinople. 5 million Kurds in Constantinople will unleash hell in epic and biblical proportions.



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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #50 on: September 04, 2017, 01:23:22 PM »
No, I'm saying Turkey can start a war against their Kurdish population and then run a propaganda campaign to convince them to migrate to KRG.

You are making very little sense today . So turkey would start a war against their krudish population ? you think turkey is not at war with kurds ? and then use Propaganda ? lol to convince ? lol

Again, what would any of the countries gain from attacking the KRG? Iraq would probably do it in a bid to regain the oil fields of Kirkuk but other than that, there's no real gain. You're making it seem like Arabs, Iran, and Turkey have some ingrained hate towards Kurds. From experience, no humans naturally hate others unless they were wronged by them.

at least we agree that there will not be war .

I don't believe your propaganda considering KRG's Peshmerga are divided between the KDP and the PUK. Then there's the PKK and PJAK. PJAK, PKK, and the PUK all serve under the Kurdistan Communities Union. Also, most of the Kurdish population lives in Turkey so those million younglings would most likely be from Turkey.

You obviously know very little about kurdistan , so i will not force my views .

One Kurdistan is not impossible but it'll come at a very high cost which political enemies could take advantage of: Civil War. To have one country, the territory has to be united under one government by that governments loyal forces. This means one Kurdish government would have to fight the others and gain credibility from their populations.

look at you , you are more optimistic about the future than me  , but it is contradictory to your earlier statement . "There is no road, it'd be impossible for "complete" liberation"


NPU vs BB is old news and it's been settled, the issue was a few members of BB were trying to loot and the NPU stopped them Safety?

The tension is high between the two groups and both are part of Hashd alshabi , so they take their orders from shias . What were they looting ?



Well you're blind then because the colors represents Aramaic speakers. The orange was Aramaic spread during Persian empires. the Beige color (1000 CE) in Mesopotamia clearly shows the Assyrian population back 1000 years ago. The Green color in Mesopotamia is now.
Sharaf Khan Bidlisi even acknowledged over 1,000 years ago that Northern Iraq was Assyrian. If Islam didn't exist, Kurdistan would've been entirely inside Iran and Azerbaijan, practicing Zoroastrianism.
yes i get what you are trying to say , but even if what you say is truth what does it matter . ? what does it exactly give and take or do . If your people occupied all this land , I'm sure came at the expense of other nations and if there were so many of them what happened to them ? did they just vanish ? I'm very skeptical about history , it is empires built on empires on empires and everyone claim to be the first . What matter in my view is who is the last .



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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #51 on: September 04, 2017, 04:11:48 PM »
I'm sure that a referendum is a trap of Americans to get rid of Sunni Muslim Daesh terrorist midget Barzani and his pimp Erdogan. Barzani has no choice, because if there will be no referendum Barzani will loose his power and PKK will take over Bashur (Southern Kuridstan).

After the referendum of independent Barzanistan, Barzanistan will get a fury of the Persians. Persians will start a war against Barzanistan and the REAL Kurds are not going to help Barzani. The REAL Kurds want to see the destruction of Barzani, so REAL Kurds (Ezdi Kurds, PKK, ROjava and Bakur/Zaza Kurds) will NEVER going to help Barzanistan.

Americans are creating a war between Barzanistan and mighty Persia.


No matter what Barzani will do, he is losing. Why? Because he betrayed Kurdish Aryan race to the Turks, he betrayed the people of Bashur (Southern Kurdistan), he committed a GENOCIDE in Ezdixan. Therefore he will go down. Such horrific crimes never got unpunished. He is finished big time very, very soon! Sunni Muslims are f*cked!

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« Reply #52 on: September 04, 2017, 09:53:56 PM »
I'm sure that a referendum is a trap of Americans to get rid of Sunni Muslim Daesh terrorist midget Barzani and his pimp Erdogan. Barzani has no choice, because if there will be no referendum Barzani will loose his power and PKK will take over Bashur (Southern Kuridstan).

After the referendum of independent Barzanistan, Barzanistan will get a fury of the Persians. Persians will start a war against Barzanistan and the REAL Kurds are not going to help Barzani. The REAL Kurds want to see the destruction of Barzani, so REAL Kurds (Ezdi Kurds, PKK, ROjava and Bakur/Zaza Kurds) will NEVER going to help Barzanistan.

Americans are creating a war between Barzanistan and mighty Persia.


No matter what Barzani will do, he is losing. Why? Because he betrayed Kurdish Aryan race to the Turks, he betrayed the people of Bashur (Southern Kurdistan), he committed a GENOCIDE in Ezdixan. Therefore he will go down. Such horrific crimes never got unpunished. He is finished big time very, very soon! Sunni Muslims are f*cked!


The great persia hanging Pjak fighters in the streets .

Yep persians are our brothers . It is Ok if they hang few Pjak/PKK fighters . Brothers do that sometimes right ?


wait , was not persian who hanged him , Qazi mohamad ? and killed Qasimlo ? do i need to go on ?

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Re: Are you as an Assyrian for or against Kurdish referendum in Iraq .
« Reply #53 on: September 04, 2017, 10:20:50 PM »
Rojava Kurds, Zazaki Dersim Kurds, PKK and Ezdi Kurds already stated they are NOT going to protect Barzanistan and fight against the Persians. Barzani is our enemy, let Erdogan help him, hahaha. We are going to enjoy the downfall of the Sunni Muslim Daesh terrorist midget Barzani. He is digging is own grave. My advice to him, dig it deep, because it will be not only for you, but for all you clan members. I hope Barzani will drag erDOGan with him.

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« Reply #54 on: September 04, 2017, 10:46:26 PM »
As a Kurd, I'm not against Kurdistan even if it is on the moon or even it is Barzanistan. The point is that Kurdistan is already there. It is free. Our enemies have lost. But I want to see the bloody end of Barzani. He must die a slowly death.


Barzani is finished at the first place and thank Tause Melek he will be not for a long time among us. He can declare independent South Kurdistan and then die, Kurds can use that midget. I'm sure that after Barzani is gone a good patriotic Kurdish leader will rise and lead our Aryan nation and bring all parts of Kurdistan together and than the GREAT Kurdistan will rise from the ashes, like an Aryan Phoenix and shine like the brightest star/sun in the heaven.


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« Reply #55 on: September 05, 2017, 03:12:50 AM »
The great persia hanging Pjak fighters in the streets .

Yep persians are our brothers . It is Ok if they hang few Pjak/PKK fighters . Brothers do that sometimes right ?


wait , was not persian who hanged him , Qazi mohamad ? and killed Qasimlo ? do i need to go on ?


Thanks for these grotesque images. This is a proof that Iranians are primitive and even more barbaric than Arabs.

Something that Iranian Assyrians stubbornly refuse to fathom, and would instead pick on Arabs all the time for being more inhumane and violent.
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« Reply #56 on: September 08, 2017, 10:15:00 PM »
Thanks for these grotesque images. This is a proof that Iranians are primitive and even more barbaric than Arabs.

Something that Iranian Assyrians stubbornly refuse to fathom, and would instead pick on Arabs all the time for being more inhumane and violent.

Sadly Assyrian abroad are blinded by hatred and they would rather see the complete destruction of whatever left of Assyrian in kurdistan than the establishment of Kurdistan . Iran is called (The Islamic republic of Iran ) lol , might as well call it the Terrorist republic of iran .

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« Reply #57 on: September 09, 2017, 03:40:09 AM »
Sadly Assyrian abroad are blinded by hatred and they would rather see the complete destruction of whatever left of Assyrian in kurdistan than the establishment of Kurdistan . Iran is called (The Islamic republic of Iran ) lol , might as well call it the Terrorist republic of iran .
Sometimes I really disagree with you, but at others I'm like 100% on your side. Really funny.

Assyrians only like Iran because they recognize us. Lol. Pretty lame reason to like a country. I'm pretty sure ISIS recognizes Assyrians as peoples. Doesn't mean we should bow to them. Iran is a horrible country ruled by a holocaust-denying, Islamic barbarian. And that's that. Whether it recognizes us or not, I really don't care. They're still pernicious and inhumane.
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« Reply #58 on: September 09, 2017, 11:47:45 AM »
Sometimes I really disagree with you, but at others I'm like 100% on your side. Really funny.

Assyrians only like Iran because they recognize us. Lol. Pretty lame reason to like a country. I'm pretty sure ISIS recognizes Assyrians as peoples. Doesn't mean we should bow to them. Iran is a horrible country ruled by a holocaust-denying, Islamic barbarian. And that's that. Whether it recognizes us or not, I really don't care. They're still pernicious and inhumane.

I'm a true believer that what we do makes us who we are , not our religion or nationality . Assyrian abroad are doing a terrible job . Instead of focusing on the Assyrian future back home  they are busy on a crusade against the kurd which will get them nothing . I'm from Dohuk and if you go to down town and tell everyone you meet that you are Assyrian , people will look at you like you have a mental issue , because no one cares about these things . Hold the Assyrian flag and walk in the market and I promise no one will touch you . Go built an assyrian school and you will get funding from the government . Go make a political party or establish humanitarian organization for Assyrian and you will not hear a beep from Anyone .   Majority of Kurds are beyond this non sense and they want to go forward , now off course you will find ultra nationalist kurds here and there , but they are rejected by the society and have no power .

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« Reply #59 on: September 09, 2017, 10:59:51 PM »
I'm a true believer that what we do makes us who we are , not our religion or nationality . Assyrian abroad are doing a terrible job . Instead of focusing on the Assyrian future back home  they are busy on a crusade against the kurd which will get them nothing . I'm from Dohuk and if you go to down town and tell everyone you meet that you are Assyrian , people will look at you like you have a mental issue , because no one cares about these things . Hold the Assyrian flag and walk in the market and I promise no one will touch you . Go built an assyrian school and you will get funding from the government . Go make a political party or establish humanitarian organization for Assyrian and you will not hear a beep from Anyone .   Majority of Kurds are beyond this non sense and they want to go forward , now off course you will find ultra nationalist kurds here and there , but they are rejected by the society and have no power.
You know what? I agree with you again. Assyrians have taken their Kurdish hatred too far. Let the Kurds have a country. The Romans took our lands before, as did the Mongols, Persians and now Arabs. So it's left for Kurds? We're still living anyway. And also, we are living in the west. It won't affect us. Maybe if we all stayed in the homeland we could have gotten recognition? But no, we cowered and ran way from Assyria. So these protesters are not being useful at all. They should go to the homeland and do that.

Plus, there are Assyrians living in Iraqi Kurdistan who are for the Kurdish referendum. They know that being independent from Iraq will make their lives there more prosperous and richer. Let's fact it, Iraq has gone down the drain. Most people in Baghdad desperately want to move it (and some of them did a decade ago after the way, when they moved to Duhok).

With that being said, there are anti-Assyrian Kurdish dogs who need an ass beating. Lol. But let's not be too vehement and belligerent towards Kurds. It won't get us anywhere.
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