By Alison Buckley and Hamma Mirwaisi
It is no longer a secret that the Israeli leadership's animosities towards the Aryan people began when the Aryan Mitanni tribe invaded their national forbearer Abraham's Aryan Hurrian Empire 3800 years ago.
Many people are wondering why the Israeli leadership has fought the Aryan Mitanni (later the Aryan Medes and now the Aryan Kurds) for so long. And why on many occasions in recent history have Israeli advisors influenced leaders like the Soviet Union's Joseph Stalin or President Obama against the interests of the Kurdish people?
It has become apparent that the advisors' real motives are disguised by a fake concern for the interests of the recipients of the advice, namely the US and Russia.
The following article by journalist THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN in his May-17-1995 article typifies this advice.
Foreign Affairs; The Turkish Nightmare
"I see four options: Option One, preferred by most Turks, is to cut a deal with Saddam to restore his authority over northern Iraq and clamp down on the Kurds there. The US, which wants to keep Saddam boxed up in Baghdad, opposes this. Option Two, favored by Washington, is for the US and Turkey to work together with the moderate, but rival, Iraqi Kurdish clans -- the Barzanis and Talabanis -- to set up a power structure that can fill the northern Iraq vacuum. (I have my doubts about this. The Iraqi Kurdish leaders are the Hatfields and McCoys, obsessed with their tribal feuds. They don't not have a state for nothing.)
"Option Three is for Turkish troops to keep going into Iraq, which would mean constant friction with the EU. Option Four is getting someone to offer an exploding cigar to Saddam so he will go "boom' and be replaced by "nice' Iraqi dictators whom the US would let restore Baghdad's authority over Kurdish northern Iraq.
"The bottom line: If Washington believes in Option Two it had better get cracking -- offer the Turks technical help with sealing their Iraqi border. Send a top US official there to persuade the Iraqi Kurds to set aside their differences, control their territory and keep the P.K.K. out. And remind the Turks that the best way to fight Kurdish separatism is to make Turkish Kurds feel at home, with more freedom of expression and human rights." (1)
On the surface it looks like the suggested policies support US interests, but in reality they manifest Israel's age-old, undying hatred toward the Aryan Kurds. Since the Median Empire King of Kings Darius of Medes (Cyaxares II, Kurdish Kayxasraw II) threw the Jewish prophet Daniel in the lions' den, the war by their leadership against the Kurdish people has steadily brewed at varying levels of intensity.
Here is another American opinion by Washington's David A. Korn, detailing questionable policy options advocated by Israel similar to those described above, in the New York Times.
"To the Editor:
"Mr. Friedman describes the Kurdistan Workers Party, or P.K.K., which leads the armed revolt, as a Marxist organization that aspires to carve a separate Kurdish state out of south-eastern Turkey. That is the Turkish (and United States Government) line. On the chance that the P.K.K. itself might have something to say about this, I recently sent a list of questions to its General Secretary, Abdullah Ocalan. Here, in part, is what Mr. Ocalan replied in regard to the allegation of Marxism:
"'We are dedicated to a philosophy that is based on democracy and pluralism, not on the power of the state. We favor a synthesis of capitalism and socialism, an economic structure in which individuals will freely develop to their fullest potential."'
Today Israeli advisers do not have the ears of either the Russians or the Iranians. Most of the European leaders do not trust their advice either; but Israel has the support of the US government and its Congress to use against Kurdish people's interest.
Israel and Facebook are on line to fight Kurdish people's interest directly. They are helping the enemies of the Kurds in the war being waged against Kurdish people everywhere. Israel and the Jewish leadership helped the creation of the governments of Massoud Barzani and Jalal Talabani to oppose and ravage the Kurdish people's interests. They know very well that the Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan is not betraying the Kurdish people for his own interests like the Barzani and Talabani thieves. This is why the majority of Kurds are now following Mr. Ocalan's political philosophy, which offers them more hope than any other regime since the era of King Cyaxares the Great (Cyaxares I) did two and a half thousand years ago. In the face of this solidarity Israel's leaders are now fighting the Kurdish people's interest directly.