Monday, September 5, 2016

Wales: Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr Solidarity Statement with Kurdish Struggle

Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr calls on the British Government and the European Union to call for Turkey to halt its use of fighter planes and the bombing  the Kurdish people in South Eastern Turkey - Northern Kurdistan.

We also call on The British Government and European Union to condemn the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria and its attack on Kurdish People of Northern Syria - West Kurdistan.

We also demand the Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan being produced by Turkish government to confirm that he is safe and well.

The Kurdish people have distinguished themselves before the world as the best fighters against the Islamic fundamentalism and  patriarchy of the Islamic State (ISIL)

Kurdish people have done the fighting and the dying  fighting the Islamic State to uphold universal secular humanistic values.

They are now being betrayed and sacrificed by Washington and Moscow on the altar of geo politics of imperialism.

Washington and Moscow  are dancing with the despot Erdogan.

We call on the British Government and European Union to lift the terrorism ban on the representatives  of the Kurdish People the PKK the Kurdish Workers Party and to recognise the legitimate national aspirations of the Kurdish People for self determination.

The Aflonyddwch Mawr salutes the historic friendship between Welsh and Kurdish peoples while we appeal to the British Government and European Union to stop the Turkish murderous attacks on the Kurdish people.

Whatever the actions of the British Government and the European Union there is an unbreakable bond of friendship between Kurdish and Welsh People.

Wales salutes the heroic Kurdish people.

Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr's struggle for Welsh independence and socialism is inspired by the Kurdish People's Struggle.

Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr will be handing out his statement to the people of Carmarthen on the 17th September at 12.00 pm and the People of  Merthyr at 12.00 pm on the 24th September and Wrexham at 12.00pm on the 1st October 2016.

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