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  • ross1948 13:51 on April 25, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ’repatriation centres’, , , kurdistan, , ozedomir pkk, , , sweden’s alien rapists   

    Sweden Deports Enemy Of Erdolf, Frees Fake ‘Asylumers’ 

    A very strange story out of sicko-ruled Sweden, a country whose authorities don’t give a damn about the women and girls sexually brutalised by the alien savages they import on ‘asylum’ pretexts.



    Not only do degenerate judges there allow gang-rape primitives to walk free…

    Swedish police warn Stockholm’s maintrain station is overrun

    Crimmigrant Rape Gangs Get  Green Light

    …but also refuse to send them back in case they come to grief in their cess-pool homelands!

    But when it comes to a sworn enemy of Erdogan, Europe’s common enemy…


    • Hasil gambar untuk erdolf
    • ……

    …a Kurdish man who will definitely suffer in Turkey, it seems the yellow-bellies are quite content to deliver him into the hands of Evil Erdolf.

    Make of it what you will.

    But note well, as you read down the page of the report below, how an act of madness is mentioned merely by-the-way.


    Swedish authorities had told Özdemir’s family last week that the man would be sent to Turkey, as the country released asylum seekers and refugees held in repatriation centres as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continued to spreadhttps://ahvalnews.com/pkk/sweden-repatriates-kurdish-asylum-seeker-turkey

    These ‘repatriation’ centres are of course for aliens due for repatriation!


    Fakers caught out even by the lax Swedes as being without any grounds for ‘asylum.’

    Now they can swarm the streets, in a land with no lock-down?



    How many innocent Swedish women will fall victim to sex-predator savages’ uniquely depraved concept of ‘social distancing?’


  • ross1948 08:37 on September 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , kurdistan, ,   

    Congratulations, Free Kurdistan! 

    No, the official results of the Kurds’ referendum are not out yet, but I will stick my neck out and bet the vote in favour of independence will be overwhelming.


    Gambar terkait


    My return to this subject is prompted by one news broadcast telling us that the ‘US, UK Turkey and Iran’ are united in opposition to the Kurds’ exercise in self-determination.

    We mentioned this earlier this month.

    An Unholy Alliance Against Self-Determination? 

    Similarly hostile is the UN, which, if I’m not wrong, has some theoretical commitment in its Charter to every people’s right to be free.

    Are Trump and May at ease in such company?

    Iraq’s boundaries are an artificial construct, drawn up after World War I. They make no more sense than do many other borders created by imperial powers.

    But the difference in Kurdistan is that circumstances have given the Kurds the opportunity to re-draw those borders, thanks to their heroic soldiers (of both sexes) who have fought the good fight against the ISIS rape-gang.


    Gambar terkait


    Erfdolf is threatening military intervention, no doubt motivated by his caliphate expansionism.

    Our Enemy, Erdogan, Claims Mosul – What Next – Vienna?


    Hasil gambar untuk erdolf

     “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.” 


    Western countries should make it clear that their ‘NATO ally’ will be summarily booted out of NATO if he crosses the line, in either sense, politically and militarily.

    He is an enemy of the West.

    Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan 

    A Free Kurdistan could be a valuable friend, IF we champion their cause.

  • ross1948 10:36 on September 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , kurdistan, ,   

    An Unholy Alliance Against Self-Determination? 

    What have the US State Department, Boris Johnson and Iran’s backward and brutal ayatollahs got in common?

    An obdurate hostility towards self-determination.



     Sure, we don’t expect any better from Tehran’s benighted regime…



    ….but wasn’t it Boris who set himself up as champion of British self-determination last year in the Brexit campaign?

    And has not one American Secretary of State after another made incessant noises about every people having the right to choose its own government – except Tibet, of course.



    So what nation’s aspiration has brought these powerful forces together in hostility to freedom, a hostility shared, it might be added, by Turkey’s Erdolf.




    Hasil gambar untuk kurdistan

    The Kurds!


    US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert -“We support a unified, stable and a federal Iraq.” For the Americans, the referendum, “would distract from urgent priorities and that be the defeat of ISIS.” 

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson remarked, “. Unilateral moves towards independence would not be in the interests of the people of Kurdistan Region, Iraq or of wider regional stability. 

    Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei commented, “Iran opposes holding talks of a referendum to partition Iraq and considers those who fuel the idea as opponents of Iraq’s independence.

    But just look at that map, above.

    The territory inhabited by Kurds is larger than Jordan, Israel, Lebanon and Syria, and at least as large as Iraq.

    Their conduct in the war against ISIS has been exemplary.

    Kobane – How Come No Huge Demos Like We Saw About Gaza? 

    Kasihan Kobane! Erdogan…Echoes of Warsaw 1944? 

    They are not infected with the jihadist virus.


    Gambar terkait

    Erdogan, No Enemy of Evil, No Friend to the Brave! 


    The Kurdish women above, like all Kurd patriots, are, moreover, sworn enemies of our enemies, the sectarian dictators in Iran and Islamist Erdolf, whose view on the Kurds’ referendum was as follows –

    “A step toward the independence of northern Iraq is a threat to the territorial integrity of Iraq, and it is wrong.”

    This from the autocrat who, not that long ago, was openly eyeing a carve-up of Northern Iraq to expand his own borders?


    Our Enemy, Erdogan, Claims Mosul – What Next – Vienna?


    Why should we not applaud their freedom fight?

    Apart from the issue of principle, if all the Kurds came together in one Kurdistan…


    .Gambar terkait


    …it would upset the apple-carts of more than one insalubrious regime!

    The quotes come from a Kurdish news site, which also offers opinions, some of which make sense.

    …as the Kurds eye independence, they will slowly grasp that the international community will never settle on a propitious moment to secede from Iraq.

    Logically, therefore, there should be no hesitation in going ahead with the referendum in the Kurdish area within Iraq’s present frontiers.

    But the commentator, Barak Barli, then goes on to draw precisely the opposite conclusion…

    The key to success may lie in delaying the vote in exchange for ironclad guarantees that independence will be negotiated in the coming year.  


    But what value is there in such guarantees, ironclad or otherwise? Ankara and Tehran will under no circumstance approve independence.

    And even if London and Washington were to shift their position and show sympathy – unlikely – there’s NO way they’d be prepared to back up any guarantee with force of arms, given all they have gone through in the Middle East in recent decades.

    Go for it, Kurds!

    • Goldie 23:43 on October 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I am not disagreeing with you about the Kurds, Ross, but you have not said anything at all about the Catalans!
      Do they not have the same rights to self-determination?


  • ross1948 17:35 on August 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: British YPG volunteer, , , Joe Robinson, kurdistan,   

    ANOTHER Petition? Via The GUARDIAN? What’s Up? 

    The Kurds have earned our praise more than once and they are every bit as deserving of self-determination as any other people around the world.


    Hasil gambar untuk kurdistan

    Kobane – How Come No Huge Demos Like We Saw About Gaza? 

    Kasihan Kobane! Erdogan…Echoes of Warsaw 1944? ….

    But that’s one thing.


    Gambar terkait


    What’s more important in the case of Joe Robinson, a young man from Lancashire, who’s held in a Turk prison on ‘terrorism’ charges, is that his involvement in that region was limited to fighting the ISIS rape-gang’s evil caliphate.

    He served with he YPG, aka the People’s Protection Units of Syrian Kurdistan (YPG) as a combat medic in 2015

    He was no doubt unwise later to take a vacation with his fiancee in Erdogan’s Turkey. Yet his heart seems always to have been in the right place, and I’d say he merits a spot of support..

    Hence I offer you the online petition calling for Robinson’s release  from the Guardian report on the situation, which makes miserable reading.


    I recommend you read it all.

    Then I hope you’ll add your name to the call for his freedom.

    • Wendell 16:18 on August 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      TheTurks have him now and God help him in the prisons of an Islamist dictator.
      It might be that they will try to exchange him for people like the officers who escaped Erdolf’s persecuters. But I will sign that petition.


  • ross1948 12:40 on October 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1944. 2014, , , kobane, kurdistan, , , Stalin, , , , warsaw Uprising   

    Kasihan Kobane! Erdogan…Echoes of Warsaw 1944? 

    Turkey – Or Cuckoo in the NATO Nest? 


    Watching the horrendous news today from the small city of Kobane in Syria, I could not help but think of Warsaw in 1944.


    The Polish Home Army rose up against the German Occupation.The Red Army had advanced to within sight of the Polish capital, so the brave Poles rose up to liberate their city, confident that Allied help would enable them to defeat Hitler’s forces.
    Instead, Stalin ordered his powerful forces to sit back and relax. The West was far away, air support rendered futile by the distance and by Moscow’s refusal to cooperate.
    The Poles were crushed. Churchill, to his credit, pleaded that they get the help they needed. but Roosevelt, as ever, would not confront the Soviets. who soon enslaved Poland, a long night. till Lech Walensa emerged in Gdansk and ultimately restored freedom to his country.


    I last week watched some newsreel from Kurdistan.


    • —————————-
    • The Kurds too, like those long-dead Polish warriors, are courageous. They also struck me as much more civilised than many of the peoples who live around them, their women fighting side-by-side with their menfolk, no squalid sexist nonsense such as afflicts so much of the Middle East.


     Islamist Erdogan


    Perhaps that’s one of the reasons why Erdogan’s sectarian regime is just sitting there, observing as the primitives triumph, Kurds fighting street-to-street, house-to-house, to prevent what sadly seems like an inevitable nightmare, the ISIS evil with its slaughter and slavery and rapine.  And Erdogan’s army is not only observing but has been obstructing Kurds who want to cross the border and take up the fight against evil.

    What rotten game is Ankara playing?  Something very like Stalin’s, methinks, seventy years ago. Ideology different in trappings but essentially one as oppressive and totalitarian as the other.

    Turkey’s ISIS Deal – Truth Will Out! And If One Air-Strike Pilot Is Downed? 


    And Obama’s air-strikes? Too little, too late. 

    All so similar to Warsaw, 1944. 

    • Joanne B 21:46 on October 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Your history is correct and so is your opinion on what is happening now. Just days ago, Turkey said it wouldn’t let Kobane fall. The Kurds agree with you, if this newspaper quote is true.

      Syrian Kurds, however, have scoffed at the rhetoric coming out of Ankara. They say that not only are the Turks not helping, they are actually hindering the defence of Kobani by preventing Kurdish militiamen in Turkey from crossing the border into the town to help in the fight.
      “We are besieged by Turkey, it is not something new,” said Ismet Sheikh Hassan, the Kurdish defence chief for the Kobani region.

      And it is true, because we know what ideology Erdogan follows.


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