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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #35 on: January 12, 2007, 06:50:44 PM »
Chaldean,Honestly  I gree with you and understand evry words of your thoughts about Mosul plain. The question is only the truth about situation, not just dreams and expectation. You talk with your brain and you talk the way it is not only dreams.Guys it will be the way it is, the fate of Mosul plain is on politicians hands and special those who has power there.
 

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #36 on: January 12, 2007, 07:03:43 PM »
I think the biggest concern is not whether we should join the Iraqi side or the Kurdish side. The biggest concern should be, if we're given the province (under any region), are we able to run it properly?

By that I mean, do we have a constitution? Do we have a governmental system (i.e Monarchy, President, Prime Minister, Cabinet Members, etc)? Will we be socialist/democratic? What resources do we have to be able to properly fund a territory? Are those going to be "state" owned or privatly run? Do we have proper taxation laws? Do we have a trusted and armed police force? What capability do we have to minimize any threats made by surrounding factions?

I can go on for days. The point I'm trying to get accross is this.

We've spent the past 5 years bickering over nonsence that we forgot about the more important things. We forgot about establishing a governmental system. We did not figure out our economy. We didn't get any economists and investors to help inspect the regions to see the potential of growth and sustainability.

We spent the past 5 years bickering over name, then political affiliation, the church division, Sarkis Aghajan, and now we're going to be bickering about which region we should join.

Sadly, this is the fate of the Assyrians. We're always far, far behind the game. We want to fix little things because the big ones appear harder. But its the hard ones that once they get cleaned up and fixed, then the little things fall in place.

If we had an established government, we wouldn't need to worry about which area to join. We'd decide on our own.
If we had an established government, we wouldn't need to worry about funding or resources. We'd have control of our own.
If we had an established government, we wouldn't need to worry about losing our language. We'd teach our own.

Sadly, we were always paces behind the rest and we'll always remain behind until the psyche of EVERY single Assyrian (both narrow minded, and "open" minded) changes and we all begin working for the common good.....Assyria.
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #37 on: January 12, 2007, 07:13:43 PM »
riza o shourba as we all aware is that assyrians politicans is demanding autonom region, not a federation, it`s unlike kurdish  federation system, it will be more like region with less power and less undevolped free region. More like US. Like chicago etc....

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« Reply #38 on: January 12, 2007, 07:22:20 PM »
Anki.. nasha..

You are doing too much thinking…
Pick a side and join the fight, you know the “infamous” fight within a nation.

On a more serious note,

I personally have a difficult time trusting Kurds and Arabs; the former slightly more than the latter; nevertheless, I also realize that it is unrealistic to fantasize of an independent powerful autonomous Assyria. But as we have been preached at by a lot of sides that it is UNITY… that beautiful word… which when it is established in the physical world… it actually performs phenomenons..

Amazing points Anki.. as usual…

But like we say in Assyrian.. “drayet meya reshet qara” 
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #39 on: January 12, 2007, 07:43:02 PM »
hey anki i think your right bro but i have heard from the people on the ground that young men are currently setting up checkpoints inside the nineveh plains at an increasing rate. the aim of this is to stop terrorists and kurdish forces. the guards are mostly volunteers and doing it because they believe in it.

i put up my hand right now and say that im prepared to go to the nineveh plains and work on the economics of our land. the potential is amazing...lets form a comittee of ppl and work on a plan to go there and work together on this project.

remember that the Kurds had 13 years of autonomy to get to where they are. if it takes us another 2 years to get organised that means we will do our job in HALF the time it took them. lets not underestimate ourselves. 2007 will be a year of changes, hopefully for the better!

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #40 on: January 13, 2007, 12:08:19 AM »
We dont have to be connected to any of them but if I had to choose one I would go with Iraqis. Kurds are the problem. Think about the Iraqi government is weak right now and if we get a state under them we can what ever we want and they'll be to busy trying to keep the rest of the country under control. While there doing that we build armed forces. Then we will do what we want. We can take control of the oil fields in north and start some corparations. We will have the money and the force to control the middle east.   :clap:

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« Reply #41 on: January 13, 2007, 05:10:21 PM »
"Then we will do what we want. We can take control of the oil fields in north and start some corparations. We will have" AssyrianKing,

It`s not that simple as you think, I wish it was but sorry my friend it will never be like that.

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #42 on: January 13, 2007, 09:14:33 PM »
hey anki i think your right bro but i have heard from the people on the ground that young men are currently setting up checkpoints inside the nineveh plains at an increasing rate. the aim of this is to stop terrorists and kurdish forces. the guards are mostly volunteers and doing it because they believe in it.

i put up my hand right now and say that im prepared to go to the nineveh plains and work on the economics of our land. the potential is amazing...lets form a comittee of ppl and work on a plan to go there and work together on this project.

remember that the Kurds had 13 years of autonomy to get to where they are. if it takes us another 2 years to get organised that means we will do our job in HALF the time it took them. lets not underestimate ourselves. 2007 will be a year of changes, hopefully for the better!

You're right khon. In fact, I've always said I'm going to buid myself up here first in Toronto in order to financially be able to help my people back home.

I was reading an article the other day about Palistinians. They have formed special Coop's where farmers are growing olives and Palistinians are buying them. They then make olive oil out of it and are packaged and shipped to countries (like Canada) and sold here. The revenue made is then sent back to assist the farmers and villiages throughout Palistine.

Its a great concept and idea which I think we should consider at least implementing in Iraq through the Assyrian Aid Society or any other nonprofit organization (yes, most of these coop organizations are nonprofit).

We can even have a FOR profit organization doing this. As long as revenue is reaching the people strongly in need of it.

Again, I hope someday, I'll become financially established here in Toronto. Once this is the case, I plan to heavily invest back in the Middle East. There is HUGE potential espically in Assyria.
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« Reply #43 on: January 14, 2007, 11:35:21 PM »
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #44 on: January 15, 2007, 02:06:50 AM »
"Then we will do what we want. We can take control of the oil fields in north and start some corparations. We will have" AssyrianKing,

It`s not that simple as you think, I wish it was but sorry my friend it will never be like that.
Ya but its not as hard as you think it is. All we need is one opening and if we take we can do all those things. Look the reason why kurds can take control of north iraq is because of there army the Persmaga (or what ever the hell there called). They dont have any look over them. The Iraq government doesnt tell them what to do and the Us is afraid that if they piss the kurds off then they will stop the helping the Us fight terrorists in the north. So right now kurds can do what ever they want to. If got the some-no one watching us, and an army. The north will be ours.Then after years we will be stong enough to take all of Iraq. Then maybe the entire mid east. There wont be anything stoping us.

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« Reply #45 on: January 19, 2007, 10:55:39 AM »
Ya but its not as hard as you think it is. All we need is one opening and if we take we can do all those things. Look the reason why kurds can take control of north iraq is because of there army the Persmaga (or what ever the hell there called). They dont have any look over them. The Iraq government doesnt tell them what to do and the Us is afraid that if they piss the kurds off then they will stop the helping the Us fight terrorists in the north. So right now kurds can do what ever they want to. If got the some-no one watching us, and an army. The north will be ours.Then after years we will be stong enough to take all of Iraq. Then maybe the entire mid east. There wont be anything stoping us.

Yeahhh you so right, it`s not hard as I think, the thing is kurds will stop you doing that, becase they can do what they want! it seems ironic! Even If kurds help the assyrian ppl the other will prevent assyrians ppl doing that, today  in Iraq is not about army, You have to have big diplomacy policy and have good relations with US and other etnic leader in Iraq.On one way assyrians could achieve thier goals and that is If assyrians had army like Jashil mehdi army and kurdish fighters in previers decades, not buidling army now the iraqi goverment won`t lett assyrians have big army like their own and the kurds.....

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #46 on: January 19, 2007, 11:08:36 AM »
Yeahhh you so right, it`s not hard as I think, the thing is kurds will stop you doing that, becase they can do what they want! it seems ironic! Even If kurds help the assyrian ppl the other will prevent assyrians ppl doing that, today  in Iraq is not about army, You have to have big diplomacy policy and have good relations with US and other etnic leader in Iraq.On one way assyrians could achieve thier goals and that is If assyrians had army like Jashil mehdi army and kurdish fighters in previers decades, not buidling army now the iraqi goverment won`t lett assyrians have big army like their own and the kurds.....



Hi Aga,

Since you are not Assyrian I feel I should clarify some things perhaps you don't know  yet:

1) The Iraqi Government has already approved an Assyrian security force for the Nineveh Plains to replace the KDP forces there.  The Kurdish authorities of the Mosul region blocked it:  http://www.aina.org/releases/20060624123753.htm

2) The Assyrian Democratic Movement, regardless of people's personal opinions about them, actually have VERY good relations with ALL ethnic groups in Iraq, Sunni, Shia, Kurd, Yezidi and Turkoman.  Yonadim Kanna is actually quite the Diplomat.  Which is why Barzani asked to meet with him last month.  Which is why Kanna is on the Reconciliation Committee.  Which is why he was asked to hold up the Constitution in 2005 after it was ratified. Not because of him personally, but because the Assyrians of Iraq are smart - they must be friends with ALL or be friends with NONE. The ADM is friends with ALL.  On a side note, this is why Jalal Talabani has a future in Iraqi politics.  Massoud Barzani does not.

3) If you still believe the Kurds can do what they want, perhaps you should pay closer attention to Kurdish news:

http://kurdmedia.com/news.asp?id=13907

http://kurdmedia.com/news.asp?id=13898

http://kurdmedia.com/articles.asp?id=13881

http://kurdmedia.com/news.asp?id=13878

http://kurdmedia.com/news.asp?id=13868

I have followed politics since I was 13, and I can tell you what this rhetoric is moving towards:  1 - Kurds will not secede, and 2 - there WILL be, within the year, military conflict between the Kurds of Iraq and Turkey and the Turks.  I just hope Assyrians are not caught in the middle.

All of this, simply, because of what you stated above: Kurds believe they can do "whatever they want", with no consequence.  I would listen to Ocalan's cries for peace, and to lay down weapons against Turkey.  It is a losing fight.  Even the land Kurds have now was not won through fighting, it was won as compensation by the US for Halabja.  What the US giveth, it can taketh away  :shades:
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #47 on: January 19, 2007, 12:27:43 PM »
dlty01 thanks for info back up.

Aga you dont get it. In the middle east its all about military. War is every year or so. Almost every nation in that region has fought at least one time. Why do you think the kurds dont take crap from baghdad its because baghdad needs them to help secure the north. BECAUSE OF THE KURDISH PARAMILITARY UNITS! Showing you that military is huge in the middle east. Why do you think people care about that Shia dude? Its because of his army. Why would anyone about him other wise? Right now the iraq goverment can really use military help. Plus the law says we can build a defence force to keep us safe. We can rely on the poeple who are friends with terroists. Also i was on the zowaa website and I saw a link that said gaurds. Its show an Assyrian paramilitary units heres the link http://www.zowaa.org/Photos.htm
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #48 on: January 19, 2007, 12:32:10 PM »
First fo all I want you to know that iam not akurd and Iam not from midleast at all, But my parents are from there and I have engough knowladge about Irak and contries around Iraq.  Well I am aware about that army,But do you believe that assyrians army will have power to take  iraqi army way or kurdish fighters. Well in the city of mosul there are just US: forces and kurdish army with mosul police.
With all respect there is no assyrians army who are driving around the villages of Mosul plain. You are right about MR Yonadm, He is good person and I have full faith for what he is doing.

My friend just because one of 1000 kurdish website is spreading bad repetion about their goverment that doesn`t make that they will fall down today. when I wrote that kurds will do what they want, I tried to respond kingassyria, becase he said that kurds can do what they wants. "So right now kurds can do what ever they want to" kingassyria said that.

well I don`t think there is any ceasefire betwen pkk and turkisharmy, they are still fighting in the southeast of Turkey and it will continue as long as there is one kurds left in the southeast of Turkey = Kurdistan Turkey or what ever its called for. My friend well I have`nt followed politicts as long as you have done but what that suppose to me, that you know more than me? well I don`t thinkso and that`s not that major point, becase my father have always followed politicts both in Iraq and even here in Europe.My father wahtch all kinds news, arabic, kurdish, turkish and english.

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #49 on: January 19, 2007, 12:36:34 PM »
First fo all I want you to know that iam not akurd and Iam not from midleast at all, But my parents are from there and I have engough knowladge about Irak and contries around Iraq.  Well I am aware about that army,But do you believe that assyrians army will have power to take  iraqi army way or kurdish fighters. Well in the city of mosul there are just US: forces and kurdish army with mosul police.
With all respect there is no assyrians army who are driving around the villages of Mosul plain. You are right about MR Yonadm, He is good person and I have full faith for what he is doing.

My friend just because one of 1000 kurdish website is spreading bad repetion about their goverment that doesn`t make that they will fall down today. when I wrote that kurds will do what they want, I tried to respond kingassyria, becase he said that kurds can do what they wants. "So right now kurds can do what ever they want to" kingassyria said that.

well I don`t think there is any ceasefire betwen pkk and turkisharmy, they are still fighting in the southeast of Turkey and it will continue as long as there is one kurds left in the southeast of Turkey = Kurdistan Turkey or what ever its called for. My friend well I have`nt followed politicts as long as you have done but what that suppose to me, that you know more than me? well I don`t thinkso and that`s not that major point, becase my father have always followed politicts both in Iraq and even here in Europe.My father wahtch all kinds news, arabic, kurdish, turkish and english.

I never said you were Kurdish.

Also, regarding your above post, who says we want to fight Iraq?  Assyrians are not Kurdsm either - we don't make enemies of every group that surrounds us.
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #50 on: January 19, 2007, 12:41:19 PM »
You didnt get what I was saying I mean that they can build an army, pass laws, or build business(within their own land). I didnt what ever they want they can do. You are wrong because Assyrian and Kurdish mitila are helping to keep control of Ninawa(mosul). I got an email from this Assyrian politiction in Lebonan saying that there is 8,000 Assyrian stition in Ninawa(mosul). If you go on YOUTUBE you can see a video of the Assyrian defence force.
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« Reply #51 on: January 19, 2007, 12:52:16 PM »
Iam still form Irag but iam not kurd neither assyri, Iam Armani of zahko or Talkabar, my father told me that when I was 10 years old..

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #52 on: January 19, 2007, 01:04:47 PM »
Iam still form Irag but iam not kurd neither assyri, Iam Armani of zahko or Talkabar, my father told me that when I was 10 years old..


Thats cool, I uplouded some pics of Armenian churhces around Zakho;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avzrog
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dehi
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #53 on: January 19, 2007, 01:09:47 PM »
Armenians are good people. See an ARG would effect you too. Armenian Iraqs would be able to go an the ARG and be safe from terrorist. But Zakho is Assyrian region. Why didnt your family just go to Armenia? My father wanted to go to Armenia but it was under Commi control at the time.

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« Reply #54 on: January 19, 2007, 01:19:30 PM »
Kingassyrian I know that kurds can encrease their army but not other execpt arabs. Kurds and arabs had always have their own army, I know that, But not assyrians, MR Yonadm had fight with kurds against iraqi goverment on 1987, all assyrians fighters had kurdish passhmrg uniforms,I have seen that on youtube and my father told me that too......Believe me there is noo 8,000, if there is then assyrian can do more than we thinks, beside 8,000 won`t be help today in Iraq but its engought and  good to have..

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« Reply #55 on: January 19, 2007, 01:33:47 PM »
pricaite that but Iam really sorry my father is there and loking for work in krg, there is long story behinds my familye, but what I can tell is that kurds had always been loyal to us and special my family. My grandfather had fight with kurds and so did my father.
We are from southeast Turkey, the Ararat region a holy mountian for all armanien and special for those who left there during masscare at the begniing of 1900 centruy. we left there and come to zakha and my grandfathers grandfather got help from kurds, since that my family had always been there, but not my own family.

well we have good relationships with assyrians too, I have been told by my grandfather that assyrian help armaniens by building up churchs when we most needit than evrythings.

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #56 on: January 19, 2007, 01:54:41 PM »
By the way Aga, a famous Armenian journalist has been shot dead in Istanbul just now.
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« Reply #57 on: January 19, 2007, 01:59:27 PM »
Kingassyrian I know that kurds can encrease their army but not other execpt arabs. Kurds and arabs had always have their own army, I know that, But not assyrians, MR Yonadm had fight with kurds against iraqi goverment on 1987, all assyrians fighters had kurdish passhmrg uniforms,I have seen that on youtube and my father told me that too......Believe me there is noo 8,000, if there is then assyrian can do more than we thinks, beside 8,000 won`t be help today in Iraq but its engought and  good to have..

Assyrians always help everyone and then wait to collect bread crumbs. 
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« Reply #58 on: January 19, 2007, 02:30:50 PM »
Chaldean my mother know where Avarok is, she saying that she had been there once, anyway AVzarok= on kurdish AV=water zarok= yallow, thats my mother telling me that right now. Well my family is from Talkabar outside the city zahko but accorrding my father that zahko and Talkabar is one now, the city has increased now.
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« Reply #59 on: January 19, 2007, 02:36:46 PM »
Chaldean I have never heard his name before! Don`t forget that iam from iraq

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« Reply #60 on: January 20, 2007, 10:57:23 PM »
His name is Hrant Dink. Miskana got shot 3 times in the back of the head.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hrant_Dink. Man turks piss me off.

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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #61 on: January 28, 2007, 10:06:23 PM »
Iraqi Central Government.. We should never sink this low to be under Kurdish Region :ban:

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« Reply #62 on: February 05, 2007, 11:45:10 PM »

Othur.... I like the way you think...

Now, forget the past, and think towards the future.

How do we get an Assyria, given the conditions we are under?

Arm struggle is the only way. At least your guaranteed of not being extinct.
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #63 on: February 06, 2007, 04:42:41 PM »
Kurdistan Region  7 (16.7%)
Iraqi Central Government  35 (83.3%)


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« Reply #64 on: February 06, 2007, 04:45:13 PM »
Kurdistan Region  7 (16.7%)
Iraqi Central Government  35 (83.3%)


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Yeah, I'm surprised it's that high too -- 7 people would actually vote for the KRG  :bangin:
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« Reply #65 on: February 06, 2007, 06:31:42 PM »
Yeah, I'm surprised it's that high too -- 7 people would actually vote for the KRG  :bangin:

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« Reply #66 on: February 06, 2007, 07:02:22 PM »
And the people who would bow down to the arabs, what are they?....  "Patriots"?lol :ban:

Remember iraq is an illegitimate country... Its first act of business as an independent nation was to kill ASSYRIANS...


as i said before kholeh ena kha ekhreh

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Iranian government
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Iraqi government
Kurdish government

we are all dooooommmmmmmmmedddddddd  :blowup:
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Re: Assyria Province under Kurdistan Region or Iraqi Central Government?
« Reply #67 on: February 06, 2007, 09:05:13 PM »
Im with you, the problem is Assyrians would rather go to church and pray to a jewish god and follow "men of the cloth," who only seek to destroy their identity, than to fight for freedom.....

Free Assyria...... I wish....

We are still on, my mar moran is better than your mar moran, or my political party is better than yours, nah nah nah nah.....




I think you like shock value.   :hmmm:

 

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