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CircleA wrote

You know who else glorifies a socialist state for fighting fascism?

rhymes with hanky

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anarchyfrog OP wrote

btw I'd back up the OP of that post but I got suspended from reddit years ago so I can read but not post.

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RanDomino wrote

Rojava is good. Cope.

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CircleA wrote (edited )

The prisons, the police, the stalin-esque personality cult, the punitive laws, the demolishing of Arab houses, the slumlords, the state capitalism, the one party central government, the sacrificial/martyr mentality, the vanguard, the forced celibacy for women, the executions... What's your favorite part of Rojava's government, democrat?

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anarchyfrog OP wrote

Maybe it's the structural homophobia and sending gays to reeducation camps?

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RanDomino wrote

Minor shit and lies vs Assadist fascism or Turkish imperialist Islamist rape-and-slavery gangs, hmm tough choice

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107a wrote

Assadist fascism

Since the PKK is now openly aligned with Assad, does that mean you're calling Rojava fascist?

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RanDomino wrote

"only aligned with" is an absolutely meaningless statement. SAA forces being nearby has had no effect on DFNS governance.

You know all this, of course, but hate the YPG presumably because you're blaming them for the failure to defeat Assad, rather than the actual culprit, the Islamists who pointlessly attacked the YPG in 2012 under orders from the Turkish fascist/imperialist government. You are probably an Arab supremacist who doesn't consider Kurdish lives to matter.

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RanDomino wrote

An article with no evidence, a picture of an SAA or NDF fighter near a YPG flag, and an article explaining that the DFNS is only being forced to work with the regime because of threats by Turkish fascists. Pathetic.

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CircleA wrote

Will be interesting when the SDF joins Assad's government officially and you start claiming Assad is the lesser evil and the rightful ruler and you have to support him to protect human rights or something. So predictable.

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RanDomino wrote

Begging you to suggest another option for them to not be immediately all murdered.

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CircleA wrote

Oh look, you're getting a head start.

Remember tankies insisting the USSR had no choice but to work with the nazis to protect the revolution? That's you now. Fun!

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RanDomino wrote

I assume you think it would be good if Turkish-backed Islamist looters and rapists conquered the rest of Rojava. You know, the people whose slogan is "Christians to Lebanon and Alawites to the sea". They're obviously way better than the current situation, right?

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CircleA wrote

Becausr that's a choice you have to make in the safety of your gated American home.

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RanDomino wrote

So you're saying the Kurds should just accept being conquered by Turkish imperialist Islamist rape-and-slavery gangs...?

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sagb wrote

Are you a Kurd in Rojava right now?

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RanDomino wrote

Should the Kurds should just accept being conquered by Turkish imperialist Islamist rape-and-slavery gangs, yes or no?

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CircleA wrote

Uniting with a fascist to beat fascism.

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CircleA wrote

No no no comrade, Ba'athists aren't fascists, they're authoritarian national socialists. It's socialist unity.

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RanDomino wrote

Get murdered immediately or possibly get less murdered later. What other option do you suggest?

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CircleA wrote

Fucking off back to Turkey.

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RanDomino wrote (edited )

Mazloum Abdi is literally from Kobani.

Also, pretty fucked up for a supposed Anarchist to think national borders mean anything.

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CircleA wrote

Pretty fucked up for a supposed anarchist to think PKK settlers who are about to get all the Syrians near the border killed in the name of Apoism have any business being there.

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RanDomino wrote

Mazloum Abdi is literally from Kobani.

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CircleA wrote

Too bad none of his masters are.

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RanDomino wrote

Did Abdullah Ocalan run over your dog? Can you explain why you think letting Turkish-backed Islamist rape-gangs overrun the Assyrian and Kurdish regions of Syria is a good thing?

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sagb wrote

False Choices don't get better if they're repeated.

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RanDomino wrote

I fail to see how this is a "false choice".

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sagb wrote

To upkeep the false choice, it was necessary to exclude aforementioned statements about Rojava's character, because otherwise Rojava's not discernible from organisations attacking Rojava.

Rojava's not an idea, Rojava's a spooked territory.

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RanDomino wrote

Can you try that again in English please

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Styx wrote

Can you finally fuck off?

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RanDomino wrote

Tell that to the genocide apologists simping for Islamist rapists.

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Styx wrote (edited )

I'm telling that to an ML apologist simping for statist authoritarians. Same difference, really.

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Fool wrote

Kurdish Ethnic-Nationalism only arose around the fall of the Ottoman Empire... largely in protest of Secularism - ie. In protest of Turkey becoming less Islamic.

(Not defending Turkey, but the Kurds were pretty okay with Islamic Imperialist Turkey).

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RanDomino wrote

"The Kurds" are not a hivemind.

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Fool wrote

More of semi-autonomous mesh, able to operate independently, but following the central command and control node when reconnected with the hive meshed communication apparatus?

🐿️🐿️🐿️🐿️


Sorry, this topic is more serious than that, but my final note is.

Research for this conservation has made me realise that the Kurdish Separatism is largely a product of British Geopolitics starting prior to the fall of the Ottoman Empire, to destabilize the region.

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RanDomino wrote

Whether or not that's true, what does it have to do with anything?

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Fool wrote

You were talking about Kurds, Kurds are the topic. As such comments about Kurds are relevant for conversations about Kurds.

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RanDomino wrote

The Turkish Islamist rape-and-slavery gangs are primarily targeting Kurds, yes.

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veuzi wrote

Well then what's the "minor shit" and what's the lies?

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