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.nejepnerast said: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.
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.