"Oh, they think highly of me," he replied. "I am a household word."
"In what way?"
He laughed as he replied, showing his gold teeth, "Why, in Luristan if a child cries the mother says, 'Hush or Amir Ahmadi will get you'." (2)
There are no records explaining why the Persian people treated the Medes (Kurds, Lurs, Taylish, and others whom are calling themselves Medes) and other Aryan people in such a horrendous and inhumane way. Even if they once existed and were destroyed by either the victims or the perpetrators, no international court will ever deal with the atrocities noted above. Left alone to integrate them into their national consciousness, the Kurdish people continue resisting their enemies who seek to spill more of the Aryan blood that they share.
However the unity of today's Kurdish people under the teachings of their leader, Abdullah Ocalan, heralds rescue from the torment that has dogged them for so long. The ancient Medes had the power to exterminate the Persians in the past but they chose not to. Spanning the age of the Medes till the present, a long-hidden but very timely prophecy in the Jewish Tanakh has predicted that in a relatively short time, today's Medes will return to lead the Aryan people again under the unique banner of Emperor Cyaxares, who upheld the efficacy and dignity of the common man and woman, instead of base, wealth-focused self-interest. Most significantly, their new order, like the old one, will be marked by a refusal to enact an annihilation revenge program as payback for the last 2500 years of abuse by Persians and others.
A long time ago the Medes (Kurds) were a super power like the USA of today. Their return to the world stage under the leadership of Abdullah Ocalan and his liberating doctrines will bring about a unity amongst the Kurdish people that will not suffer the delaying tactics of other figures such as Massoud Barzani and Nawshirwan Mustafa. The Jewish prophet Isaiah accurately predicted the rise of the Medes in his era, but like most prophecies it has other applications. How do we know that it is about today's Kurds? Isaiah used apocalyptic language to describe the predicament of earth's inhabitants now. Around seven hundred years later in his last portent of irreversible and permanent global change, the exiled Christian prophet John described the battle lines drawn between the beastly ways of unrecognisably distorted humanity and those marked by the image of mercy and justice. Under the pressure of occupiers, the Kurdish people are uniting under a restored image in their final struggle for their Median lands, culture, and rights to their ethical integrity.
Isaiah noted the ancient Medes' disdain for silver and gold. In those days they considered the tribute already accorded them sufficient; they saw no need for more, allowing the popular King Cyaxares to use the resources not only to protect his empire, but to benefit and prosper his people. Now, PKK members under the leadership of Abdullah Ocalan have also set aside regard for silver and gold, and refuse to be bribed.
Like John, Isaiah also emphasized the fall of Babylon and its material and political power. Today, weakened by intractable internal strife, the former ancient imperial center of Iraq faces a demise rooted in the original narcissistic perceptions of King Nebuchadnezzar. Unless his Arab successors implement the spirit of Nebuchadnezzar's reforms, they will likely find themselves in an undesirable position on the battle field.
Now, the war in Syria between the YPG forces of the Kurdish people and the Islamic terrorist organizations Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) marks the beginning of the final war between the Aryan Kurds and the African Arab occupiers of Aryan lands. While maintaining proactive presences in Turkey, Iran, and Iraq, the Kurds are prepared for any level of intensity in this war. As the pressure of hunger on the Medes (Kurds, Lurs, Taylish, and others) and other Aryans of the Middle East and Asia increases day by day, Persians, Arabs and Turks continue to kill Kurds and destroy Kurdistan. From Maku to Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari of Iran, people are living in a state of war without jobs and work to do while the Islamic Republic of Iran steps up its abuse of them. When these extremes finally blow the Middle Eastern lid so tightly kept in place by the superpowers and their allies, the prophecy of the Medes' return will be fulfilled as the Aryan people of Iran join the Aryan Kurds' revolutions in Turkey, Syria, and Iraq.