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States at War with Peoples will Lose

category mashriq / arabia / iraq | imperialism / war | press release author Mittwoch Januar 24, 2018 09:23author by Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet - DAF Report this post to the editors

Afrin belongs to the peoples of Afrin. Peoples living in Afrin were born in these lands and died in these lands. Living there is not related to any plans or programs. They are not in Afrin as part of a strategy. Afrin, for them is water, bread, food, play, stories, friends, mates, lovers, streets, homes, neighborhoods. But for the state, it is only a strategy. A strategy that does not care about Afrin or the peoples of Afrin. [Türkçe] [Castellano] [Ελληνικά] [Français] [Italiano]
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The attack on Afrin is a strategy of the Energy War that has resulted in the breakdown of Syria and that will break down many states in the region. States create the illusion that they are waging these wars "for their citizens". They make nationalist conservative propaganda to convince their citizens of this misconception. This is an inescapable need both internally and externally. While it is required for elections internally, it is valid on the tables externally. Rulers who go through a completely commercial process such as the extraction, transportation and sale of energy resources use all their materials to increase their gains. In these discussions where the numbers of rifles, tanks, airplanes are important, the number of soldiers is the most important. A soldier is no different than a material. This is why the nationalist conservative fallacy is created

Who would join a war so that some gain more? Who would fight for gasoline which is always sold by states or companies everywhere? A drop of it costs more than bread. We, the ones who live with the fact that all prices go up when the price of a liter of gasoline goes up, we who always loose. Why should we always fight for the ones who always win? Actually nobody would fight for them. They know this fact and this is why they need nationalism, conservatism.

Now they are are shouting from newspapers and televisions, the false slogans of "national, national, national!", "National will, national unity". They can never say clearly, "We are pinching pennies," "Fight or tfight, we will sell the gasoline and everything to you. We will make you produce it, we will make you consume it, and we will exploit you." This is the plan, program, strategy and war of the states. We peoples – those who are compulsory citizens of states – can change everything. Today, the people of Afrin live freely because they changed it. As in Kobanê, Cizére, Chiapas. And this is the critical difference between the peoples’ war and the war of states. In its war, the state attacks and attacks without rules so that its system gains more. The state bombs with tanks and airplanes. It wounds, kills, murders and wants all life captivated. As for the peoples' war, there is freedom.

For the last two days, each bomb dropped on Afrin, each bullet is a bullet to freedom. The Turkish state, which wants to increase its share on the table, has started the Afrin attack. It is a strategy created by nationalism and conservatism which is based on this fallacy. It's all an election strategy. It is a commercial strategy completely. The war of the state is a strategy. But the peoples’ war is freedom. And no state can defeat peoples fighting for freedom.

THE PEOPLES OF AFRIN WILL WIN

Revolutionary Anarchist Action-DAF

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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,
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imageSolidarity for Afrin and Rojava against the Turkey State Jan 30 Kurdish-speaking anarchist forum 1 comments

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.

imageVictory to the Rojava Revolution! Okt 25 Anarkismo 0 comments

Leaflet distributed today at a rally and march in Melbourne in solidarity to the Kurdish struggle.

imageInternational Libertarian-Socialist Statement in Solidarity with the Kurdish Resistance Okt 19 2 comments

For some years now the Kurdish movement has been moving in the direction of libertarian ideas. While not an anarchist movement, this move is a sign that anarchist ideas of freedom and equality through solidarity, our ideas of horizontality and radical direct democracy and our radical critique against the State are not only valid and strong, but are also necessary for movements in order to break away from the authoritarian legacy within the left. It is our duty to express our solidarity with Rojava and the Kurdish movement, because they represent hope in this region and because they are the oppressed fighting the oppressors. Real struggles are never perfect but they carry diverse degrees of potential to being about a free society. Expressing our solidarity with the revolutionary movement in Rojava means we understand our role is to continue developing the core tenets of our ideas in order to inspire revolutions and revolutionaries all over the world. - Anarkismo.net Editorial Group [Italiano] [Ελληνικά] [Castellano] [Français]

imageIn Shingal, Kobane and all Rojava, ISIS is Dehak and the people are Kawa Sep 26 DAF - Revolutionary Anarchist Action 0 comments

In Kurdistan, people are fighting against ISIS, “the procreated violence” given birth by capitalism and the states that start wars for their own benefits. ISIS, subcontractor of the states that pursue income strategies on the region, is attacking people while yelling “islamic state!” and “holy war, jihad!”. People are suffering from hunger and thirst, getting ill, getting injured; migrating ad dying. They are still fighting in that struggle for existence. People are fighting not for the schemes and strategies around meeting tables, not for income, but for their freedom.

imageWhat do we think about the current crisis of Iraq? Jun 24 KAF 0 comments

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