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How to Create Lasting Peace

in the Middle East - Kurdistan

1. The many Middle-East problems

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Syria continues to use chemical weapons against its citizens. Turkey’s invasion of Syria - to eliminate America's allies, their Kurdish population - has the Orwellian name of "Olive Branch." Apparently, Erdogan has now promised to slaughter the Kurds if and when America pulls out its troops!

Iran is creating nuclear weapons and seeks regional domination by supplying terrorists weapons throughout the Middle East. The USA need to fulfill their promise that intransigent Iran would suffer significant consequences by continuing their nuclear buildup.

Turkey tried to blackmail America by reneging on their promise to free evangelical pastor Andrew Craig Brunson. Their fanatical Muslim leader Erdogan has sacked hundreds of thousands, eliminated civil rights as well as press freedom and is cozying up to Russia. Turkey is NOT a reliable NATO ally.

Iraq is a mess, despite the long-time and very expensive pursuit of peace they continue to persecute their minorities such as Christians shamefully.
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The USA can resolve all these problems by establishing a totally dependable partner in the Middle East to replace Turkey. Despite helping America defeat ISIS, the Kurds have been shamefully treated in Iran, Iraq, and Syria as well as Turkey.

Therefore America needs to think outside the box, the US peace plan should include establishing independence for the Kurds. This would support all Middle East minorities by encouraging the independence of the oppressed Kurds in Syria and the North of Iran with their own country - Kurdistan.

2. Syria’s attacks on its citizens

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This image is from a bild.de article which explains how President Assad has children raped in front of their imprisoned fathers, how they issued false death certificates for victims of torture, and how he is still poisoning his people with chemical weapons

Yet past president Obama took Assad at his word when Syria entered into an international agreement to eliminate their chemical weapon stockpiles by 30 June 2014.

But Assad still denies using chemical weapons against his own people. He's used them in the past and there's lots of evidence that he is preparing to use them again against his own citizens in Idlib.

Iran has aided and abetted Syria's President Assad since the Islamic revolution in 1979.

3. Iran's focus on nuclear bombs

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Iran's focus on destabilizing world peace and annihilating sovereign country Israel as well as creating nuclear bombs and missiles would be seriously affected.

Iran would put some? much? of their money and energy into resisting its new enemy Kurdistan, which would reduce its spending on Islamic terrorism, nuclear bombs and long-range missiles to attack Israel and, eventually, USA.

When it comes to Iran, Ankara has done everything possible to undermine U.S. policy, whether by negotiating a separate nuclear agreement or opposing and then helping Iran evade US sanctions.

4. America's unreliable ally - Turkey

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"Turkey is the world leader in prosecuting and jailing journalists and media workers," according to a 2018 Human Rights Watch report issued last February.

Life for many Turkish scholars is gloomy. Since the attempted coup in July 2016, nearly 6,000 academics have been dismissed from public universities on bogus charges of terrorism. Universities in Turkey are increasingly becoming seats of Islamic learning, anti-Christian zeal and government bootlickers.

Just like Nazi Germany, Turkey covets its neighbors lands. “Turkey cannot be trapped inside 780,000 kilometers (Turkey's total area)” said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, on November 10, 2016. Turkey is aiming to Head a Global Islamic Union Governed by Sharia, reports the well-respected Gatestone Institute.
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Turkey broke their promise to release imprisoned evangelical pastor, Andrew Brunson, who Erdogan falsely accuses of having headed the 2016 coup attempt. The White House explains that Brunson is the victim of an “unfair and unjust” political smear campaign.

As many as twenty American and European citizens have been prosecuted on false pretenses and imprisoned under Erdogan's state of emergency, apparently in the hope of leverage to persuade America to extradite cleric Fethullah Gulen, his former ally, whom it blames for the army uprising against his increasingly unhinged authoritarianism.

"Turkey has a long tradition of misusing the criminal justice system and overbroad terrorism laws to prosecute journalists, activists, and other government critics," Human Rights Watch added about Erdogan's post-coup crackdown.

"Prosecutors have repeatedly applied articles of the law such as, 'inciting hatred and enmity among the population,' and 'spreading terrorist propaganda' to intimidate and silence peaceful dissent both on- and offline."

5. Iraq is a mess

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Iraq is a mess. Fifteen years after the peace agreement, it's still a long way from establishing peace and a democracy, let alone the promised prosperity for its people.

The enormous efforts the USA has made to create peace have largely been in vain. The infighting between different groups continue unabated, and undermine the political system that was supposed to replace former dictator Saddam Hussein.

Shia militia in Iraq supported by Iran have attacked the American embassy compound with rockets in Baghdad and the United States consulate in Basra.

6. Kurdistan would be a very reliable US ally

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America would gain a totally reliable ally in the peshmerga by creating an independent Kurdistan - just as Israel became the USA's most reliable US ally once they supported its creation seventy years ago.

Kurdistan would be a great replacement for the now very unreliable Turkey with its Dictator Erdogan, his surreptitious support for ISIS and his covert desire to head another Islamic Caliphate. It's become distressingly clear that America's forlorn hope has died, Islamic Turkey is no longer a staunch supporter of Nato and its democratic Western ideals.
The Kurds have already proven themselves as totally reliable American allies. Kurdistan would replace the now very unreliable Turkey with its Dictator Erdogan who is busy cozying up to Russia and wants to buy Russian missile defense systems.

Kurdistan would undoubtedly be very willing to host an American base to replace Incirlik Air Base and put pressure on Turkey who, outrageously, banned German lawmakers from visiting their troops at Incirlik...

7. The Kurdish peoples

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The Kurdish peoples would no longer be oppressed by Islamic religious militants. They deserve their own country for defeating ISIS and for redressing the human rights and cultural freedom abuses of their occupiers.

An independent Kurdistan would not be subject to the extensive human rights and cultural freedom abuses that the Kurds currently suffer under rule by the Iraqi regime.

The Kurds in Iran would also be interested in becoming part of Kurdistan, they too suffer under the draconian rule of the Iranian mullahs. Then there are the Kurds in Syria, who also deserve their independence from the oppression of Bashar Assad, the Syrian dictator.

A win-win for the Kurds, for Israel, for America, and for democracy. What's not to like?

8. Strong Israeli support

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Israel would be very keen to have a strong ally in the troubled region. Israel has shaky relations with Turkey, and would surely appreciate a regime that doesn't have a muslim government which holds to the Islamic religion with its focus on world domination.

An independent Kurdistan would help remove Iran's focus on the destruction of Israel by providing another strong western supporter in the Middle East. Iran has long desired the complete elimination of Israel, and its bellicose statements along with its attempts to build a nuclear bomb alarm the whole world.

9. The alliance with less reliable Qatar

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America has its 3rd largest air base at Al Udeid in Qatar. Saudi Arabia's fight with Qatar led it to align itself with Iran, and has therefore become less reliable as an ally.

Unfortunately, Turkey has become nothing but a fake ally in the Middle East and some say the same about Qatar.

An American air base in Kurdistan would remove some of the need for an air base in Qatar, and therefore go a long way to improving security in the Middle East.

10. Support all Middle East indigenous peoples

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In Iran, the non-Muslim minorities - the main victims of Iran's atrocities and barbarism - would no longer be held hostage by a murderous regime. The mullahs have launched a cut-throat campaign to silence Iran’s persecuted Christians – an ancient people of the land the regime stigmatizes as a gateway to the West.

Iranian Christians are in dire straits which have largely not registered in the media due to the country’s economic free fall and popular uprising by a people fed up with the tyrannical nature of Islamic terrorism's long-term aim.

The Yazidis, an indigenous non-Muslim people in the Middle East, have been exposed to 74 genocidal attacks, and that most of these massacres took place under the Ottoman rule. The Yazidi population in southeast Turkey is now only around 320, says Azad Barış the head of the Yazidi Cultural Foundation.

Assyrians (fewer than 15,000), Armenians (fewer than 60,000) and Greeks (fewer than 2,000) - all indigenous peoples - are now tiny minorities in Turkey.

Syrian Orthodox Christians - Syriacs whose Assyrian language and practices originated in early Christianity. Around 95 per cent of Assyrians in this region have left Turkey because of persecution. Today, their numbers are estimated at approximately 25,000, with the large majority based in Istanbul and around 3,000 based in the south-east.

11. Turkey is now a dictatorship

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Turkey has never accepted the right to self-rule of any non-Turkish people living in Asia Minor and historic Armenia, which is today eastern Turkey.

Creating Kurdistan would also have the enormous benefit of unsettling Turkey who are rapidly becoming a dictatorship desiring the ISIS caliphate title which could be why they surreptitiously support ISIS...

The Incirlik Base is home to a U.S. stockpile of B61 nuclear bombs, a linchpin of nuclear deterrence in Europe. Ankara is also a crucial yet now very unreliable partner in rebuilding Syria as the West, Russia, and Iran jockey for power in the war-torn nation.

A Kurdistan airbase would replace Incirlik and restore some sanity to America's Middle East peace plan.

12. Conclusion

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Supporting the creation of Kurdistan would also disquiet ex President Obama and his unconstitutional Muslim supporters. Indeed it would discombobulate the deep state and the oligarchy who follow Saul Alinsky and have been trying to create a one-world government with themselves as the oligarchy.

Fortunately, despite the Democrats seemingly rabid support for Islam, Democratic Senator Schumer appears to have said he backs the Kurdish people’s bid for independence.

A win-win for everyone in the Middle East: for the Kurds, for Christians, for Israel, the Yazidis, the Assyrian Iranian people, enormous benefits for America AND for world peace...

So call your Senator and your Representative, let them know how much you support this plan to create lasting peace in the Middle East.

How do you see this move affecting peace both in the long-term and the short-term? Any suggestions for improvement? Let me know in the comments below or by email to: peace [at] DiscourageCriminals.net

Food for Thought

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Dr. Wafa Sultan, American medical doctor and psychiatrist

"I came to the absolute conviction that it is impossible - impossible - for any human being to read the biography of Mohammed [the prophet of Islam] and believe in it, and then emerge a psychologically and mentally healthy person."

Dr. Wafa Sultan (b. 1958 in Syria), American medical doctor and psychiatrist, author and critic of Muslim society and Islam

Dr. Nicolai Sennels, Danish medical doctor and psychologist

"Muslim violence and rape, Muslim rage, aggression and irresponsibility are from Muslim beliefs, Islamic beliefs.

"Islam is different from other religions because it brainwashes its youth with violent messages ... this makes Muslim extremists far more violent than extremists of other religious faiths."

Dr. Nicolai Sennels, Danish medical doctor and psychologist Open Page in a new Tab, author, expert in Muslim youth criminal offenders and Islamic violent crime. Open Page in a new Tab Internationally known authority on Muslim integration and criminals.

Michael Musto, image courtesy of c1.staticflickr.com

"In the last few years, the very idea of telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth is dredged up only as a final resort when the alternative options of deception, threat and bribery have all been exhausted."

– Michael Musto, Italian American journalist, former columnist for The Village Voice and theater critic for the Columbia Spectator.


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