When you do not belong to the people (the Kurdistan Workers Party is as an example)

When you do not belong to the people (the Kurdistan Workers Party is as an example)

May 30 2024

Dr. Abdel Hakim Bachar

ARK News… I do not think that we need a lot of explanation and the provision of evidence and proves. It is clear to everyone that the existing administration in north-eastern Syria is run by PKK cadres with elements called (Cadres), most of whom do not possess the minimum limits for any scientific or cognitive qualifications, nor are they qualified. Administrative grants them the right to manage civil institutions. Most of them spent many years in the Qandil Mountains and were taught the culture of militarization, guerrilla warfare, and isolation from outside of the world. This is a primitive culture that does not keep pace with the times, where diplomatic political work, peaceful struggle, and interaction with others,

With this ideological mentality, the trend of exclusivity and aversion to science and knowledge is perpetuated in Kurdish society. The aforementioned organization has also worked for a long time and continues to deport Kurdish youth from universities, institutes and schools and throw them into the mountains after washing their brains, thus creating a culture of alienation from science, civil society, and the institutions of north-eastern Syria, managed by these political goods?!

In this context, the question arises: Are mismanagement and inefficiency the only reasons for the tragedy of the people of north-eastern Syria, or are there other fundamental reasons? Here it is necessary to know the relationship of the Kurdistan Workers Party with the peoples of the region in general and the Kurdish people in particular, as the behaviour, practices and strategies of the Kurdistan Workers Party, which rejects the principle of partnership with others and does not have any Kurdish specificity in its project and invents terms and slogans outside the scope of history. It blatantly interferes (guardianship) in the rest of the parts of Kurdistan and does not respect their privacy, and fights the Kurdish flag and historical symbols of the Kurds... All of these determinants point to the vast gap between this organization and the Kurdish people, which is an emergency and rogue situation that has no relation to the Kurdish people and their cause, and in fact it strives to distort the justice of the Kurdish cause, create more enemies, and make the people submit to his ideology through policies of gagging mouths, intimidating practices, and imposing a fait accompli that only serves its agendas. Therefore, its relationship with the Kurds is a relationship of use and exploitation, not a relationship of belonging.

According to this logic, the fundamental issue of the Kurdistan Workers Party’s management of the regions east of the Euphrates lies in using their residents for the benefit of its ideological project and not with the aim of providing services to them or working for them. On the contrary, this ideological system acts as a temporary occupying force because it knows that it will not last, and that it is fleeting like the others. Its role will end with the completion of the task assigned to it, and from this standpoint it acts with the mentality of an opportunistic investor and in a temporary job role, where the organization’s behaviour and practices are summarized through:

- Working to exhaust the people of the region and its resources economically in order to withdraw more money from the east of the Euphrates at the expense of the residents of the region without any concern for their interests, and without thinking about the consequences of the impoverishment policy, which will have a “direct” impact not only on the living and services side, but will have an impact even on the side of cultural and moral, because the systematic policy of starving society is to continue to ignorant its children, and when an ignorant generation is created far from science and knowledge and is only concerned with how to secure a living, this will pave the way for a disruption in the moral system, which is a reflection of poverty and its repercussions on social diseases, and thus the marginalization of the cultural situation, where culture is the product of the middle classes that they are working to abolish, and therefore the destitute classes are unreliable since they are only busy searching for livelihoods, in addition to pushing towards the deviation of young people under the pressure of extreme poverty and the spread of prohibited items that the Kurdistan Workers Party already trades in.

-Recruiting more underage young men and women for Qandil, since this organization does not have a stable civil project, and has no future in cities and towns, as long as its concern is the continuation of wars, quarrels, and unrest. This reflects the degree of their isolation and lack of any vision for the Kurdish project, not even the general national one, which it deported them to work as civil organizations in Turkish cities, like any political organization concerned with the interests of the people and working to provide services to them, like all political parties in the world, where the opportunities to practice political work in the cities were provided to them in that country more than once, but they shied away from working among the people in the cities because they knew that they were unable to practice pure political work far from the logic of threats and intimidation, so the stage of guerrilla warfare had passed and diplomacy and peaceful political struggle had come. They are a feature of the times and a means for people to gain their rights.

Based on this, the poor public services, the imposition of high taxes on the population, and the deterioration of the economic situation due to the depletion of the region’s resources are a strategy that will continue for a while, as long as the Kurdistan Workers Party controls the existing administration there. Accordingly, the future administration issued a decision to set the price of wheat, which is practically lower from the cost price, and from this standpoint, the administration works on the principle of the greedy merchant and usurer who exploits the needs of the people, which will harm all residents of the region and increase the rate of migration of its people. However, as a result of popular pressure in the street through sit-ins and protests that may spread across the cities and regions east of the Euphrates, and as a result of the great media pressure, the administration may resort, in order to absorb the street’s resentment, to raise wheat prices to meet people’s demands within their minimum limits, but its main strategy remains based on depleting resources. The region is like a usurious merchant who does not belong to this people. Rather, it is trying hard to collect the transferred funds by all means and prepare for its sudden departure, as the PKK cadres did before in more than one region after the expiration of their contracts as a security company managed by its financiers. Logic and history confirm that there is no future for emergency groups and de facto authorities imposed on their people by force of arms and carrying out the mission assigned to them at the expense of the rights and dignity of its citizens (the Kurdistan Workers Party - an example)




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