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The Kurdish Problem

Yes, it’s time we talk about a big problem almost as big as the Jewish Problem, it’s the Kurdish Problem! Most Iranians have noticed how big of a problem the Kurds are to us and our dear neighbours, they work together with the Jews to steal land from Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Armenia and from us Iran. Most people have also noticed how much these parasites love Israel and the USA. Are we really just going to sit by and let them take everything for their so-called “Kurdistan” or are we going to do something? We, at the National Socialist Party of Iran, have come up with a solution that will fit us all, maybe even the Kurds.

The Problem Area:

Problem

Map showing Iran, Iraq, Syria, Armenia and Turkey

Problems

Map showing “Kurdistan”

As you can see a big part of these five nations are affected, including ours. Few leaders have dared to step their foot down and really fight the Kurds effectively, Hafez al-Assad and his son Bashar al-Assad (Leader of the Syrian nation) and Saddam Hussein (him also being the most effective one) are the only ones.

Many probably think I forgot to mention Atatürk or other Turkish leaders, no I didn’t. Atajew (please read this) created this Kurdish problem, while he was ruling the new Republic of Turkey, he created the identity of the “Turk” and everyone living in Turkey had to accept this new identity. Greeks, Armenians, Assyrians all of them were now “Turks” and anyone not accepting this new identity was killed. The Greek Genocide and the Armenian Genocide happened because of this reason, they didn’t accept the identity of the “Turk”. Apart from Armenians, Greeks and some Assyrians, there were other people living in the east of Turkey — those people came to be known as Kurds — before that people just thought they were Armenian or Assyrian.

They are a mix of Arab, Iranian and Turkish blood whose history and culture is a mix of all these three cultures and history. They lived mostly in Turkey until Atatürk committed a genocide on them because they were rebelling against his regime for it being anti-Islamic. From then on they fled into the other nations. Atatürk crushed the rebellion and called these people Kurds (it isn’t sure whether it was Atatürk or other Jews working with him who came up with the name) but one thing is for sure, from then on they started fighting for this fake identity and demanded their own country. Nobody accepted that because they don’t have the right to an own nation, they are mixed-race people with no history or culture. Just like gypsies and Jews. Therefore these people aligned themselves with the Jewish-controlled Soviet Union, the USA and Israel to get what they want. Now we can see the consequences of that in the Middle East. That Turkish planes bombed Kurdish targets in Syria (Ayn al-Arab) doesn’t mean anything, the regime in Turkey plays with its people. This is only to make Erdojew (Yes Erdogan is Jewish, he is also a Dönmeh Jew just like Atatürk. Shows that Dönmeh Jews still exist in Turkey) look good so he gets reelected. Both the Turkish regime and the Kurdish terrorists are well aware of what is going on.

The Armenians haven’t done much, mostly because they aren’t affected the same way we are. Our regime hasn’t done much either, except a few occasional battles between the regime and the Kurdish communist/separatist parties trying to create an Iranian “Kurdistan”. But no real deportation has happened ever in our history.

That’s enough information, now let’s talk about the solution we have come up with:

1. Cooperation

For this plan to work we have to work together. That means Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Armenia and Iran have to put their differences behind and work together to make this plan work. Unfortunately as most of you already knew, the possibility of this happening is almost zero because of Syria being at war, Iraq being under Jewish control/civil war, Turkey being the biggest terror state in the Middle East and Armenia having other problems. So one other way would be that every nation does its own part. We take care of the Kurds in Iran, Syria of its own Kurds and so on. It all depends on how the situation looks like in the Middle East when we take over in Iran.

2. Propaganda

For this plan to work we have to spread propaganda! Show the Iranians how many people die every day because of them, how much they love Israel and so on. Use pictures, use your mouth to talk to people on the street, use the internet, I don’t care how you do it, just do it. The more people know — the better!

Some pictures to use:

Terrorism

Which one can you trust…? It’s time we take down the Jews and their puppets!

Crap

“We love you Israel, we will kill everyone you want us to kill!”

3. Relocation

Once we have finished step one and step two, it’s time we move on to the more dangerous third part — the relocation of the Kurds. It’s very important the other parts were done the right way so we don’t get too much resistance. We want to relocate the Kurds, not kill them — so we have to plan very carefully to avoid the Jews and their puppets from interfering into our business. So this plan can go two ways — either we, Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Armenia cooperate and take a piece of Turkey’s land (the reason we took Turkey is because it’s their fault we have this problem to begin with) and give it to the Kurds (just big enough to house all 35 million of the world’s Kurds) demanding that they stay in that piece of land and help us fight the Jews or everybody does their own part meaning we deport our Kurds to neighbouring Iraq as it is easier than sending them directly to Turkey (Turkey most probably won’t accept them, they hate them more than we do) and then let Iraq do their own part sending all their Kurds but also the ones we deported to Iraq, to Turkey — then Syria and Armenia will have to do the same and when they’re all in Turkey, the Turks deport their Kurds to that piece of land they want to give them. After that the Kurds stay in that piece of land and must help us fight the Jews. The second option uses the same method as in the first option, only difference being that there is the possibility that the other nations say no, and don’t get rid of their Kurds — but no matter what we will get rid of our Kurds.

4. Peace

If it all worked out, then we will have peace and can finally breathe out. We solved the Kurdish Problem!

Be proud, be Persian! Javid Iran!