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Christmas 2022: Paris on The Boil | Kurds Make Antichrist Turkey Partly Responsible For Paris Attack

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 24, 2022

🔥 Paris is Burning 🔥

Clashes broke out for a second day in Paris between police and members of the Kurdish community angry at the killing on Friday of three members of their community. Cars were overturned, at least one vehicle was burned and small fires set alight near Republic Square, the traditional venue for demonstrations in the city where Kurds earlier held a peaceful protest. Watch this video for more.

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GRINCH Stealing The CHRISTMAS Lights: Protesters Clash With Police at Scene of Shooting in Paris

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 24, 2022

💭 ግሪንች የገና መብራቶችን መስረቅ፡ በክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ ቱርኮች ብዙ በደል የሚድርስባቸው ኩርዶች በፈረንሳይዋ ፓሪስ ከተማ ዛሬ የተኩስ ትዕይንቶችን ባስተናገዱባቸው ጎዳናዎች ላይ ከፖሊስ ጋር ተጋጭተዋል። ሦስት ኩርዶች በአንድ ግለሰብ ተገድለዋል።

የገና ዋዜማ ምናልባት አጥፊው፣ ከፋፋዩ፣ አታላዩ፣ የተባዛው እና የተሸነፈው የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ መንፈስ የሚጋለጥበት ተገቢ ጊዜ ነው።

❖ Christmas eve is perhaps an appropriate time for the destructive, dividing, deceiving, duplicate and defeated spirit of the Antichrist to be exposed.

❖❖❖ [1 John 4:3] ❖❖❖

“But every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the Antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is already in the world.”

MERRY CHRISTMAS

💭 Three people have been killed after a gunman opened fire at a Kurdish cultural center and nearby cafe in Paris, prompting clashes between police and protesters on nearby streets.

French President Emmanuel Macron described it as a “heinous” attack on France’s Kurds and said his thoughts were with the victims.

Prosecutors said they were investigating whether there was a racist motive behind the attack.

A 69-year-old man has been arrested.

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The US Betrayed Kurds Throughout History, Now it’s Betraying Ethiopia’s Tigrayans

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 24, 2022

አሜሪካ በታሪክ ሁሉ ኩርዶችን ብዙ ጊዜ ከድታለች ፥ አሁን ትግራይን እየከዳቻት ነው።

👉 ምክኒያቱ? The Reason?👈

💭 የፋሺስቱ ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ ሞግዚት ስለሆነችው ስለ ቱርክ አንዳንድ አስደናቂ መረጃዎች ፤

የኩርዲስታን ባንዲራ፤ ቀይ፣ ቢጫ፣ አረንጓዴ (Kurdistan Flag)

የአጼ ዮሐንስ ጽዮናዊው ሰንደቅ፤ ቀይ፣ ቢጫ፣ አርንጓዴ (Emperor Yohans IV Ethiopian Zionist Flag)

የሕወሓት የሉሲፈር ባንዲራ (TPLF Flag)

የኩርዲስታን የሉሲፈር ባንዲራ (Kurdish YPG Flag)

💭 ዛሬ ቱርክ በተባለችውና ግን የአርመኖች፣ ግሪኮችና ኩርዶች ሃገር በሆነው ግዛት ውስጥ ፴/30 ሚሊዮን ኩርዶች ይኖራሉ። ሆኖም ግን፣ ኩርዶች በቱርክ ውስጥ የራሳቸውን እናት የኩርድ ቋንቋ እንዳይጠቀሙ ተከልክለዋል። ትምህርት ቤት መማር በጭራሽ አይፈቀድላቸውም። እ..አ ከ1937 ጀምሮ የኩርድ ቋንቋ፣ አልባሳት፣ አፈ ታሪክ እና ስሞች ታግደዋል። “ኩርዶች” “ኩርዲስታን” እና “ኩርዲሽ” የሚሉት ቃላት በይፋ ከተከለከሉት መካከል ይጠቀሳሉ። እ... 1980 ከወታደራዊ መፈንቅለ መንግስት በኋላ ኩርድኛ መናገር በግል ሕይወት ውስጥም ቢሆን በይፋ የተከለከለ ነበር።

🤯 በጣም አስገራሚ፤ አይደል?! ታዲያ ወራሪዎቹና ከሃዲዎቹ ኦሮሞዎች ዛሬም ሲያማርሩ ስንሰማ ምን ያህል ምስጋናቢሶችና ኢትዮጵያጠሎች መሆናቸውን እንረዳለን።

በቱርክ የኩርድ ቋንቋ አጠቃቀም ላይ ገደቦች

ቱርክ በኢስታንቡል የኩርድ ቋንቋ የቴዓትር ጨዋታን አገደች

💭 There are 30 million Kurds living in the current Turkey which original is motherland of the Armenians, Greeks and Kurds – yet, the Kurds are prohibited from using their own mother Kurdish tongue in Turkey. Kurdish language, clothing, folklore and names had been banned since 1937. The words “Kurds,” “Kurdistan” and “Kurdish” were among those officially prohibited. After a military coup in 1980, speaking Kurdish was officially forbidden even in private life.

🤯 Mind boggling, isn’t it?!

Restrictions on The Use of The Kurdish Language in Turkey

Turkey Bans Kurdish-language Play in Istanbul

💭 By removing US troops from Northern Syria, President Donald Trump apparently gave Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan the go-ahead to proceed with his long-planned move against Kurdish fighters who make up part of the Syrian Defense Forces and who lost thousands of men fighting with the US against ISIS.

💭 We are noticing a similar pattern with President Joe Biden who seems to give Turkey, UAE, Eritrea and probably Sudan the go-ahead to proceed with their never-ending genocidal acts against ancient Christians of Tigray, Ethiopia. In 2018 The US ‘advised Tigrayans to end their reign by quitting power in Addis Ababa – and in November 2021US warned Tigray Fighters against moving on Addis Ababa – the Tigrayans abandoned their march towards Addis Ababa and went back to Tigray which is under siege for the past four years – to this very day.

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New Video Shows Erdogan Watching His Armed Thugs Beat Protesters, Journalists in Washington DC

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 19, 2017

Erdoğan’s security detail were allegedly involved in the fights. The police did their best to stop the skirmish.

The video shows Turkish President Erdogan watching as his armed thugs beat protesters and journalists in Washington DC.

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SHOKING VIDEO: Turkey Erdogan’s Bodyguards Brutally Attack Armenian Christian Protesters in Washington DC

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 17, 2017

Let the world see and learn how savage and barbaric the Turks are. If they do this, as guests, in a free country, imagine how they treat Christians and Kurds in their savage country.

A demonstration outside the Turkish Embassy in northwest Washington led to nine people being injured, and two arrested. UNBELIEVABLE!

This is MINGBOGGLING, INSANE! Turkish Bodyguards with guns attacking people in Washington DC! Just SHOKING! And the police is watching how they beat unarmed people. OUTRAGEOUS!

The Antichrist beast believes the world belongs to it. The inbreed Turks are attacking Armenians and Kurds, kicking and hitting women and innocent protesters – as if they are still in Turkey. Only cowards attack older men and women, only cowards attack in a number 50 vs 10.

COWARD Turks

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Spengler: In The FutureTurkey Might Eventually be Majority Kurdish

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 16, 2016

When I saw that Spengler, aka David P. Goldman, had written about Turkey this morning, I knew I was in for important but rarely discussed aspects of that country’s situation. In his piece for Asia Times, Goldman calls Turkey “the sick man of Europe, once again.”

Two of the drivers of the modern world are demography and finance, and Goldman is expert in both. He notes that Turkey built up a debt bubble, financing consumption with debt, and is now reaping the consequences.

According to the Turkish central bank, consumer debt is now almost equal to total personal income in Turkey, vs. a bit over 20% in the United States. The average interest rate on consumer debt, the central bank reports, is just under 17%.

Turks are getting squeezed.

They are also failing to reproduce, like so many nations in the modern world. But for Turkey, this situation is even worse than for Italy, Japan, and many others:

The Kurds of Southeast Turkey want to link with the Kurds in Syria and in Iraq and finally have their own country. The fact that in the future Turkey might eventually be majority Kurdish has got to frighten Erdoğan (and many other Turks). Basic social institutions are collapsing:

Even more alarming are Turkey’s marriage statistics as reported by Turkstat. Between 2001 and 2015, the number of marriages in Istanbul, the country’s largest city, fell by more than 30%, and by more than 40% in the capital Ankara. Most of the northern and northwestern provinces report a decline of more than half in the number of marriages. Not only are Turkish women refusing to have children; they are refusing to get married. The plunge in the marriage rate among ethnic Turks makes a further sharp decline in fertility inevitable.

So whatever Erdoğan has won, and whatever he will do to crush his opposition, he faces some tough times ahead. Cartoonist Ronny Gordon is, shall we say, pessimistic about his prospects:

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My Note:  Very curious! In 1923, there were 10 million Greeks and 10 million Turks. Today there are 10 million Greeks and 70 million Turks. What do you think is The God of Abraham, Isaac & Jacob thinking about this? We will know soon!

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Ethiopians and Kurds Have No Friends But Mountains

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 16, 2015

“The Kurds have no friends but the mountains” Old Kurdish expression.

Just like Ethiopians. Some current Kurdish flags match the Ethiopian tricolor – a horizontal tricolor with bands of yellow,KurdishRojavaFlag red, and green. This is the same flag as that of the Movement for a Democratic Society (TEV-DEM), the political coalition governing Rojava. used as the flag of Rojava from c. 2012/3

The Kurds are one of the largest nations that has no state to call their own.

Over the past hundred years, the desire for an independent Kurdish state has created conflicts mainly with the Turkish and Iraqi populations in the areas where most of the Kurds live. This conflict has important geographical implications as well. The history of the Kurdish nation, the causes for these conflicts, and an analysis of the situation will be discussed in this paper.

History of the Kurds The Kurds are a Sunni Muslim people living primarily in Turkey, Iraq, and Iran. Between 25 and 35 million Kurds inhabit a mountainous region straddling the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran and Armenia.

The Kurds who make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East have a distinct culture that is not at all like their Turkish, Persian, and Arab neighbors.

Where do the Kurds come from?

Kurds

The Kurds are one of the indigenous people of the Mesopotamian plains and the highlands in what are now south-eastern Turkey, north-eastern Syria, northern Iraq, north-western Iran and south-western Armenia.

Why don’t they have a state?

In the early 20th Century, many Kurds began to consider the creation of a homeland – generally referred to as “Kurdistan”. After World War One and the defeat of the Ottoman Empire, the victorious Western allies made provision for a Kurdish state in the 1920 Treaty of Sevres.

Such hopes were dashed three years later, however, when the Treaty of Lausanne, which set the boundaries of modern Turkey, made no provision for a Kurdish state and left Kurds with minority status in their respective countries. Over the next 80 years, any move by Kurds to set up an independent state was brutally quashed.

Kurds in Turkey

There is deep-seated hostility between the Turkish state and the country’s Kurds, who constitute 15% to 20% of the population. 11–15 million

Kurds received harsh treatment at the hands of the Turkish authorities for generations. In response to uprisings in the 1920s and 1930s, many Kurds were resettled, Kurdish names and costumes were banned, the use of the Kurdish language was restricted and even the existence of a Kurdish ethnic identity was denied, with people designated “Mountain Turks”.

Syria’s Kurds

Kurds make up between 7% and 10% of Syria’s population, 1.3–3 million, with most living in the cities of Damascus and Aleppo, and in three, non-contiguous areas around Kobane, the north-western town of Afrin, and the north-eastern city of Qamishli.

Syria’s Kurds have long been suppressed and denied basic rights. Some 300,000 have been denied citizenship since the 1960s, and Kurdish land has been confiscated and redistributed to Arabs in an attempt to “Arabize” Kurdish regions. The state has also sought to limit Kurdish demands for greater autonomy by cracking down on protests and arresting political leaders.

Kurds in Iraq

Kurds make up an estimated 15% to 23% of Iraq’s population. 4.6–6.5 million. They have historically enjoyed more national rights than Kurds living in neighboring states, but also faced brutal repression.

Kurds in the north of Iraq revolted against British rule during the mandate era, but were crushed. In 1946, Mustafa Barzani formed the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) to fight for autonomy in Iraq. After the 1958 revolution, a new constitution recognised Kurdish nationality. But Barzani’s plan for self-rule was rejected by the Arab-led central government and the KDP launched an armed struggle in 1961.

In 1970, the government offered a deal to end the fighting that gave the Kurds a de facto autonomous region. But it ultimately collapsed and fighting resumed in 1974. A year later, divisions within the KDP saw Jalal Talabani leave and form the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK).

Kurds in Iran

The Kurdish region of Iran has been a part of the country since ancient times. Nearly all Kurdistan was part of Iranian Empire until its Western part was lost during wars against the Ottoman Empire. Following the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 Tehran had demanded all lost territories including Turkish Kurdistan, Mosul, and even Diyarbakır, but demands were quickly rejected by Western powers. This area has been divided by modern Turkey, Syria and Iraq.Today, the Kurds inhabit mostly northwestern territories known as Iranian Kurdistan but also the northeastern region of Khorasan, and constitute approximately 7-10% of Iran’s overall population (6.5–7.9 million), compared to 10.6% (2 million) in 1956 and 8% (800 thousand) in 1850.

There was the tiny, briefly lived, Soviet-backed Republic of Mahabad, in the Kurdish region of Iran, in the immediate aftermath of World War II, but when the Soviets withdrew from Iran the Kurdish separatists were massacred by Iranian government forces. During the 1979 revolution that overthrew the shah, the Iranian Kurds sided with Ayatollah Khomeini in the hopes of restoring some autonomy for themselves, but the Khomeinists went on to crush the Kurds, executing thousands. Iran’s Kurds remain brutally suppressed, capable of only the most intermittent and small-scale guerrilla resistance.

The greatest Kurdish misfortune at the moment, however, is to be situated at the intersection of an increasingly bloody and dystopian Arab world, the outward-reaching ruthlessness of Khomeinist Iran, and the belligerent Islamist nationalism of Recep Erdogan’s Turkey. As if to compound the Kurds’ burden of bad luck, Sunni-Shia hatreds are sending seismic shocks through fault lines that lie directly beneath their feet. Most Kurds happen to be Sunni Muslims.

The Kurds have always considered the Americans their friends, Durmaz said, but those warm feelings are growing cold. “The Kurds should be brought into the formula of an American strategy. It makes us very sad. You will never hear a bad word from the Kurds to the Americans. No American interests have been hurt by the Kurds, in any of their territories. To consider the Kurds of the south [the Iraqi KRG] to be allies, but call the Kurds of the north [the PKK] terrorists, is not fair. It is not just. And it further divides the Kurds among themselves,” said one Kurdish politician.

When ISIS started killing Kurds, the Turkish state likes this very much. Turkey sees it as being in its strategic interest to displace Kurds and to cause divisions in Kurdish society. But we expected Americans to be more sensitive to these matters.”

Kurds will never be free until they are free from the Arab ideology of Islam

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