Wednesday, October 24, 2007

An Independent Kurdistan

Here on Latino Insurgent, I have at times discussed the movement for the independence of Kurdistan as a possible variable in the Middle East that is often ignored by most other media outlets. For the record, the Latino Insurgent blog supports the independence and self-determination struggle of the people of Kurdistan.

Despite the implications that this may have on other affairs in the region, the freedom of the people of Kurdistan cannot be delayed or abridged simply because it may be inconvenient to other nations and their interests. The right to self-determination is not negotiable. Hopefully, perhaps in a perfect world, this can be accomplished without violence.

The following two videos are interesting to this end. The first is an official video professionally produced by the Kurdish government. The second is an amateur video. In both videos there is an undeniable nationalist sentiment. That sentiment is much more subdued in the first than in the second, but certainly present.



2 comments:

kurd said...

Hi

I was astoshined by your brave statement and would like to send you the following website so you can add it to your link, its a protest and everyone is free to join as it asks the international community to recognise the Kurdish issue in the Middle East, God Bless, Kurdistan and the nations who support Kurdistan.

kurd said...

Hi

I was astoshined by your brave statement and would like to send you the following website so you can add it to your link, its a protest and everyone is free to join as it asks the international community to recognise the Kurdish issue in the Middle East,
www.ezkurdim.com
God Bless, Kurdistan and the nations who support Kurdistan.