“The primary mission for Turkey is not guarding Kabul airport, as suggested, but the deployment of the Turkish military in the border between the former Soviet Union and Iran, in the region between the Black Sea and Basra,” writes Ali Aktaş for Yeni Özgür Politika.
It is now clear that the Turkish regime has been assigned new missions in the region during the NATO meeting in 14-15th June by countries like US, Germany, England and France. The fascist-colonialist Turkish regime appears to have yielded and accepted these missions in order to stay in power and try to suppress the Kurdish Freedom Movement.
The primary mission for Turkey is not guarding the Kabul airport, as suggested, but the deployment of the Turkish military in the border between the former Soviet Union and Iran, in the region between the Black Sea and Basra. They intend to prevent the danger that may come from Russia and China to the West, at least to cut off the arm extending towards the region and Africa.
In order to do this they first have to suppress the struggle of the Kurdish people, led by PKK, and occupy and annex with Barzani’s assistance Rojava and Southern Kurdistan, the parts which are former Arab colonies. If the fascist-colonialist war in the Southern Kurdistan and Rojava is based on Turkey’s hostility towards the Kurds on one hand, it is based on the economic, political and military interests of the West on the other. (…)
The current situation shows that the war in the region, especially in Kurdistan, is going to intensify. The recent visit of the British foreign minister to Iraq-Kurdistan, followed by the visit of the US ambassador to Iraq and the Consul General in Hewler to the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) are at least efforts to build strong internal and external networks against PKK. The efforts of the KDP affiliated Gulan-Zebari gangs, trained and equipped by Germany and Turkey, to surround guerrilla forces in the Medya defense areas under the name of the peshmerga have the same aim. The extreme solitary confinement of Öcalan, the pressure on the Peoples’ Democratic Party HDP to anhilate it, the attempts to destroy the status of Southern Kurdistan and to prevent a similar statelet from being established in Rojava, are all preparations for a large-scale war. (…)
Turkey is historically passing through its worst period. It is going through a phase of economic, political, military, social and cultural collapse. It has no domestic or internal legitimacy. The global powers are not able to support it as before, because they do not have the necessary power either. But nonetheless they want to have the helpless Turkish government do their deeds.
Moreover, this governmet does not have the capacity to achieve its 2023 aims, its adventurous Ottoman ambitions, nor the global powers have the political will to support it. In other words, Turkey in its existing condition with its ragtag regime cannot be a horse for the US, Germany, England and France. It cannot even be an old carthorse. (…)
They try to start a civil war between the Kurds with the support of US, England and Germany. The KDP has supposedly fallen for this trick to also stay in power. (…)
In this period of war, the heroic resistance of the Kurds and the peoples of the region under the leadership of the PKK will undoubtedly not only ensure national unity among the Kurds, but it will also strengthen the alliance developed among the peoples of the region, to the extent that it will defeat the fascist-colonialist Turkish regime. The goal is to include everyone who will join on behalf of the revolutionary-democratic forces to this national unity and regional alliance. (…)
The internal and external forces supporting Turkey and the powers behind it and the attacks on PKK and the Kurds in Kurdistan are doomed to fail for many reasons.
They have no legitimacy or justification. The outcome will be determined by the guerrilla resistance based on the leadership of the PKK and the support of the Kurdish people and their friends.
Undoubtedly, it is the legitimate right of the Kurdish people to rise up against the enemy and affiliated forces when it becomes necessary.