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    • Danite
    • 13.08.07 | 18:10 (IDT)

    Keep a low profile and prepare as you have been doing for defacto independence.As we all know Iraq will blow up when the americans leave,it will important for you not to declare dejure independance.The country will be totaly disfunctional so in effect you will be independant.In short play along with the fiction of a united Iraq.This way you will forestall a Turkish invasion that will ruin all your good work.As for the PKK, one must give them a reality check.Turkey will never agree to an independant Kurd state in Turkey ever.Best to give up the armed struggle and work for Kurdish rights within Turkey.Maybe Kurdistan can work a deal with Turkey,PKK gives up its arms, Turkey lays off Kurdistan? If only the Palestinians showed the same wisdom as the Kurds, but the difference is the Kurds know they are a small and isolated minority, therefore they let wisdom be their armour.The palestinains being connected to the Arab world, still think like they are the dominant ones, or try to be.

    from the article: Kurds build an island of calm in the inferno of Iraq
    First published 00:00 13.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.08.07
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