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Solidarity for Afrin and Rojava against the Turkey State

category mashriq / arabia / iraq | imperialism / war | press release author Dienstag Januar 30, 2018 23:58author by KAF - Kurdish-speaking anarchist forumauthor email anarkistan at riseup dot net Report this post to the editors

No to war, No to dictators and States, No to corporations, No to religions, No to nationalism!

No to war, No to dictators and States, No to corporations, No to religions, No to nationalism!

Dear Anarchist Comrades wherever you are,
We, anarchists stress that we are against war, against military attacks and militias. We are strongly against killing civilians and launching attacks against villages, towns and cities killing innocent people discriminating and destroying their places.
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No to war, No to dictators and States, No to corporations, No to religions, No to nationalism!

Dear Anarchist Comrades wherever you are,

We, anarchists stress that we are against war, against military attacks and militias. We are strongly against killing civilians and launching attacks against villages, towns and cities killing innocent people discriminating and destroying their places.

We believe neither any states nor any groups have the right to attack anybody else on the grounds of religion, nationality, land disputes and others. We believe whatever the justification is for attacking and launching wars are simply against freedom and humanity.

Our attitude and position against the current war that the State of Turkey has launched on Afrin, the rest of Rojava and its citizens is not because we are Kurdish or Kurdish-speaking. We are against all wars as a matter of principle in all corners of the world.

We stand up firm by our anarchism principles against whoever launches this kind of war. We have the same attitude and same position even if Kurds launch war to invade the freedom, cultures and society of any ethnics or groups. Our stand against the State of Turkey in launching the war against Rojava is from this position no more and no less. We are against war, against the State, against any kind of superiority, class division and against the capitalist system.

In view of the above we reject any kind of war whether launched by the State of Turkey against Rojava or another State against some nation or group elsewhere in the world.

We believe that we should be against war and denounce it, we should campaign in any way against glorifying war and war mango. It is our sole duty to encourage and persuade people to stand up against war. It is our duty to make people more aware that war only brings more profit and interest for the corporations especially the military fields. In the meantime it brings us more poverty, more misery, more displacement, losing our beloved ones, soaring prices, homelessness, unemployment, destroying our places & our climate as well as dividing us all.

We also denounce all TV channels and the social media in the region that since the aggressive attacks have started, they have tried to deny the rights of people in Afrin and Rojava and do not recognise their legitimate defence. They are deceiving people and trying to mobilise them in support of the State of Turkey under different reasons and bringing them falls justification.

No to State and nationalism
No to Authority
No to Religion’s power
No to Parliamentary System
No to Militia’s power
No to Political Party and Capitalism
Yes to self-organising and self-administration

Kurdish-speaking anarchist forum (KAF)
22/01/2018





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author by Wayne Pricepublication date Do Feb 01, 2018 09:56author address author phone Report this post to the editors

It is unclear from this statement whether the KAF is for or against the Kurdish people waging a just war of defense against the aggression by the Turkish imperialist state. To do this would require using the militia (the statement denounces all militias) and require warfare (the statement rejects all war). Yet the statement speaks of the Kurds' "legitimate defense." Do they mean a "defense" solely by Ganhdian nonviolence or do they support the armed struggle of the Kurdish peop[e?

author by KAF - Kurdish-speaking Anarchist Forumpublication date Do Okt 17, 2019 02:17author address author phone Report this post to the editors

We do not believe that it is the Libertarian Socialist, because what was built there is a government, a small state, it is a power above people, it is mainly a power of one political party, PYD. It is true that there have been parties involved, but they have no real power and very much dependent of PYD. We know that self-administration in Rojava is very much different from the kind of autonomies that people actually have it and formed through direct democracy. In Rojava’s self- Administration all the decision making done by PYD not by the people in Rojava. PYD leads politics in Rojava , who is making important decision on peace and war and others without going back not just to people even does not consult the administration and the Tev-Dem. We have example: In its pack with US PYD never consulted its people even in its agreement with UNKS that we mentioned in our statement, PYD made important decision alone.

We hope our reply is satisfactory

Warm solidarity
KAF

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author by Wayne Pricepublication date Sa Okt 19, 2019 08:03author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The response by of the KAF is disappointing. They answer the question, Is Rojava a libertarian socialist communal society? They argue that it is not. Whatever its virtues, the Rojavian community is still a state and not a socialist society. Okay, I mainly agree.

But I asked a different question: "whether the KAF is for or against the Kurdish people waging a just war of defense against the aggression by the Turkish imperialist state. ... do they support the armed struggle of the Kurdish peop[e?" They do not answer this.

The Kurdish people should be able to determine their own future. They should be able to decide if they want a non-state communal federation (the anarchist opinion) or a state of their own or autonomous regions within existing states. That should be up to the Kurds. It is not the job of big states to impose their rule on the Kurds. Therefore anarchists and other libertarian socialists should support the armed self-defense of the Kurdish people.

The KAF statement sounds like it would support the Kurdish resistance only if the Kurds were in an anarchist federation. Otherwise, the Kurds are no better than the Turkish invaders. I give full credit to the KAF for upholding anarchism in a difficult situation. But our support to the Kurdish people should not depend on whether they agree with anarchism.

 
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