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Playing games in the backyard of USA…

In Afasia's corner... on August 27, 2013 at 9:09 am

Just like a theater.. Even if it´s a real story sometimes hard to believe in what and how. They call their friends and play games in their backyard called middle east. They try new generation weapons. They satisfy their soldiers of hunger. They can play this game over and over and always as joyful as the first time they played. Even the dumbest can smell their sweat from miles.

But when there is no confirmed reality, how can someone take an action. On whom you attack when you don’t even know who has used chemical weapons. I know only one country who uses chemical weapons in history. Why don’t we blame on them providing some to the oppositions. Neither we know about such a thing but we are in a world of fake informations and manipulations by media. To whom can we believe? Even so respectful people, politicians, medics are bought by them. We see each time what happens to you when you say the truth. From who you expect to hear the truth. Really? All I know that you die when you say something real, because truth is hurtful.. But only to the one, who mentions it.

In conclusion I don’t support such an operation again to middle east. Less in an enviorement where all arround politicians mentioning about big middle east project which we “don’t” know the details yet. Iraq is done, Afghanistan is gone, Libia, Lebanon, Egypt etc.. How many Middle East and African country they left and set free after those amazing and “sucesfull” operations? I don’t even know 1 of them…

I know they wont listen people’s opinion, but we rise our word just not to shot our mouths. Even if we cannot change a thing.

I only beg for one important thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I only beg for one thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I only beg for one thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I BEG FOR IT!..

Thanks for reading!..

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IS IT REALLY A DREAM EVEN TO DREAM “UNITED STATES OF AFRICA”?

In Fanny Lulu's diary on February 9, 2013 at 4:06 pm

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I am quite confused to write or not to write about permanent crises in many African countries. You may say that i don’t have to but i feel that i have to emphasise at least some remarkable titles…

The never ending problems in Africa are mostly about political dilemmas of military based regimes as can be seen on television, in the newspapers and through other news sources such as online journalism.

Kindly think that the idea of ‘United States of Africa’… It sounds unrealistic when you visualize all that chaos, doesn’t it? In most of African countries those who have power first visualize what they want and then materialize it .  Actually i must say that “those” who hold the armed forces have also direction to change the socio-politic route to instability, conflict and lost generation without future.

Civil wars seem as a fated destiny for ‘Dark and Beautiful Continent’  by the hands of  Western civilizations and their armed puppets who has nothing to trust but their weapons against civils.

Like or don’t…It’s not the point but Former Libyan leader Muammer Gaddafi who was executed without any judgement by Nato troops was the most well known leader to mention this expression in African Union Summit.in 2009. His dream was to discuss the remained issues of colonialism which divide Africans into hundreds of etnic groups which have been in controversy with each other from the times of  “geographical discoveries.” He knew that the conflicts were the obstructed veins of the undeveloped countries and there wasn’t any possibility to talk about circulation, wealth, peace and stability… I hope that the new chairperson of the African Union Hailemariam Desalegn can make a progress to spread this dream to the members of the Union.

As Turkish poet Onat Kutlar says:

“I asked myself what is made of mud? The Statue.

And made of pains? The love.

Even you can make a revolution with poverties.

But nothing can be made from disunities.”

Instead of struggling with hunger and drought they have been fighting for their seperations.

Instead of keeping their natural sources from the modern colonial interests,

Instead of keeping their children from their own men who work for colonial interests to earn a living from bloody and illegal ways.

Instead of preventing  them to be “child soldiers who are a part of  any kind of regular or irregular armed force or armed group in any capacity.” (for more:

http://www.amnestyusa.org/our-work/issues/children-s-rights/child-soldiers)

Besides general issues relating to many African countries, Mali is a biggest question mark for me to comperehend for a very long time… It is reported that there is radical islamic groups in the north of Mali and people are living under the pressure of these armed groups. On the other side there is a military construction which seized power with the Western support in 2012.

Last year European Union decided to stop financial aids  to the military based government in Mali. However this year when Malian government asked for support from EU to eliminate the armed groups in the north and United Nations have never hesitated to give permission for the military intervention of France. Thus, France started to bomb the villages and towns in the northern Mali. It is very simple to write this in words but quite saddening to think how many innocent civilians were killed and will be killed in bombardments.

Who will be responsible for the civilians from systematic killings? Who will be judged for the children whose lives were taken in the air strikes?

Who will help to the people fled from the northern Mali?

What was the real reason of UN to allow France for the operations in Mali?

(What if it is all about rich underground resources of the country or to protect the interests of French companies in Mali or to deport Muslim population from Mali?)

Why didn’t they show any interest to constant civilian casualities over 2 years in Syria as being very interested in Libya?

Why they still don’t…

Why no action for the conflicts in Middle East and the other places where Muslim population mostly live.

What a grave contradiction!

Unfortunately, UN and NATO are the question itself  in this story that i can not solve easily…

IN OUR WORLD, DEMOCRACY IS WHERE THE WAR IS…?

In Fanny Lulu's diary on August 15, 2012 at 10:21 am

Let’s draw the swords of our minds, time is running out my friends! Our day will come, too!

Let’s be the side of the pure truth and even it’s so far away let’s pry it out of the earth.

Let’s save ourselves from prejudices& superstitions&ultranationalism and intolerant religions.

Let’s not simply rely on what mainstream media says. Democracies benefit from it as a tool of propaganda and servant to its funders.

Once in a lifetime if we haven’t tried to feel like the others we don’t like, we can afford to put ourselves in their places. Yes, we can. Believe in me, we can do it if we indeed want to.

Now, let’s shift the helm and sail to the never ending Spring in the Middle East and North Africa. What does the meaning of the spring season? I suppose that Spring means awakening of the nature and actual process of renewing our mindsthrough the warm, sunny rays of light. Well, what about so-called Arab Spring? Who put the name of these consecutive protests and upheavals in the indicated lands? Please tell me what you see in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya,Yemen, Bahrain, Syria and…

Is there anyone like me who is utterly puzzled by what’s really happening there and here in Turkey?

Let’s indeed speak of facts. Because they are the only way out of this labyrinth of chaos.

Have you ever thought that someone pushed the button of these military coups in North Africa and the heart of the “Greater Middle East Project.”?

I certainly believe that it is because the time has come to spread “the renaissance of the ideal of justice in the Arab world.” As we know their philosophie which is “if you don’t come to democracy, democracy will come to you!.”

Western States, their allies and puppet governments have been working hard on the projects which are related to redrawing the borders of the region with energy resource (oil) rich countries just because it’s essentially important for the world’s leading states to find new markets and provide energy at reasonable prices.

It quite seems that “they” can do everything for making these aims get true as Niccolo Machiavelli’s well-known quotes: The ends justified the means and Politics have no relation to morals. I don’t know how i can express my points of view about the world wide corruption and injustice to you in a better way than this quotes. Either you can have doubts or commence thinking all round. The dictators are already out of date and they must be renewed! Welcome to the New World War Project: “Elephants and Grass.” When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. It is always like that and it is always sunny in L.A. Modern dictators win as their people end up with very high costs.

Let’s have a look at Libya, Tunusia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria! Could you see any signs of something more like spring blossoms? I can see a hundred thousands of people in the battlefields are killed by armed gangs. I can see military governments have already started to oppress their people.

I can see Syrian refugees are fleeing abroad to escape from the civil war since it began .The growing number of the refugees in Turkey are about 50.227 and hence my country will face with refugee crisis as it has much more troubles with PKK. This terrorist organisation is in a cooperation with Syrian Kurdish militants who invaded some cities of the North Syria.. Accordingly it seems that it will lead to PKK cross-border operations inside Turkey. Moreover a month ago Syrian air defences shot down Turkish military aircraft in case of test drive and two pilots burnt to death. I can clearly see that Syria will make the “Perfect Storm” in the Middle East and this storm will change the region as if it would never be in the past. Unfortunately my country Turkey has been paying a price for being a side of the US and its western allies. I am so sorry on behalf of my country for directly supporting opponents (whom i don’t believe that they represent  in Syrian people), being a part of the Greater Middle East Project (including the idea of Great Kurdistan) and dragging into a regional war. Moreover we are almost in a potential war with our neighbors on the borders while carrying out “zero problems” policy…

There are a millions words to be said about Coup D’etat Production in the Middle East but i feel urge to put three dots at this moment “…”

With below info which will assist you to perceive the back ground of  so-called Arab Spring supported by nonviolent struggles of the crowds:

http://canvasopedia.mediaworks.rs/

(Dictatorial regimes are destroyed carefully, but not for bringing democracy instead!)

Thanks and Best Regards.

Which side do you take in this bloody match? Be the side or A”SIDE” but never be like “ASSAD”!..

In Fanny Lulu's diary on February 10, 2012 at 4:31 pm

http://www.npr.org/2012/02/05/146424981/un-ambassador-susan-rice-fumes-at-syria-veto

It seems that it all started on January 26th of 2011 in Syria under the waves of the riots which were so called ‘Arab Spring’…

Recently ongoing  protests have been echoing  on the world public opinion…Let’s listen to the different voices rising up from the spectators:

First One “Direct speech”:

“Ya Butcher Bashar! How come you  go praying after you killed 337 civilians including the activists, opponents, women and children? I wonder if you became blood phobia after you turned the city of Homs (Humus, Damascus, Dara, Hama etc.)  in to bloodshed? Ya Bashar, you must know that even the earth will not take your dead body  in!

I really wonder what you begged the God (or ‘whoever’ you believe in) after the usual mass murder of the opponents, on  February 3rd, on the holy night for the Islamic World which was called Mawlid Night and as known Mevlid Kandili. You are a mass murderer Assad! Hear the never ending screams of the Syrians and get out of the freedom’s way at once! Stop killing your own people! You will see the truth by living that Either we all die, or we get victory at the end.”

Ya Bashar, you have to be aware of this is the Public  Revolution you and Syria’s History could ever see…”

The Second One:

The other aspect is all about The Rehearsals  for The Third World War which does not seem like Spring but the coldest one in all ever. Perhaps we have been already involved in to it, couldn’t we? The followers have been thinking that allies in the West and the East separately played their chess pieces and to me they could have the chance to see the sides transparently during the United Nation Security Council Resolution. Two permanent members of the UN Security Council which are Russia and China chose their sides and vetoed the Syrian Resolution on february 5th as rest of the permanent members accepted the UN action on Syria. At one side The Fair Double Russia (the great weapons supplier) & China and the speechless Iran; on the other side “Democracy and Freedom” bringers US, France, England and the other allies in the region such as Turkey which is in the middle of nowhere. In the meantime The Arab Union has been still taking a stand against  Syrian brutality in a good cooperation with UN. It has just been reported that The Arab Union and UN will send another observers group within these days.

We can better put the pieces together soon after the UN Syria Resolution if we are indeed enthusiactic to puzzle this complex equation out. In particular in a warzone where we are restricted to go in as an ordinary person, journalist, traveller or a neutral observer except smuggling in to the  burning country…We may be mistaken while getting the information and you may be  imposed to the disinformation by the one-sided media tools . Warfare are on three  fronts as far as we figure out the news which we witness indirectly : “the front of fight against terrorism” / “The front of fight against injustice & unilateral determination and lastly “the front of abstainers”. Who the hell are indeed “terrorist”? Who are against the terrorists?…Who are the goods & bads & uglies?

Briefly; US, EU countries and Turkey “which is their ally in the oily regions” are against Russia (which has been still fancying to drive towards to the Warm Seas?), China, Iran and Syria…

The Third one;

The world is being  predicted that it is in grip of the worst economic crisis for 50 years unless the “Monsters” give a brand new shape to the governments’ constructions  in the countries which are in the thin red line but still they will not able to prevent the dicrease of the natural resources in the world even though they seize them all by force.

So, the idea of a global war will become more of an issue in order to manage the pawns in the regional chess and reconstruct macroeconomic balances. As you may know it takes a significant place in the history’s memory .(Check out the reasons and conclusions of 1st & 2nd World War.) The potantial war will take place in the heart of Middle East according to all the happenings…(Long live Arms Trade!)

There is only one truth! Who is the right side then? Who will take the benefit when Bashar al-Assad are brought down?

I am quite suspicious about  whether Syrians will gain the Democracy & Freedom or this Great Dictator’s  bitter end  will only serve on behalf  of “Global Monsters’ aims”…

How many of us are indeed paying attention beyond what we see and hear? Please do not forget to perceive the various aspects of the war reasons in the “New” Middle East’s past and present…

Soldiers of İll-Fortune…

In Fanny Lulu's diary on June 25, 2011 at 1:55 pm

It is indeed getting harder to stop Syrian dictator Bashar Assad and his troops although the diplomatic pressures are increased by the enthusiastic countries that are in need of being heroes but thinking of their ends.

Do you have any idea about Basar’s dictatorship? Have you ever put yourselves on behalf of a great dictator? Have you ever thought that Basar valued his society and worked for their todays and futures?  Would you prefer to be a leader who never wants to stop the tears, blood and  instability at home?

In my opinion The Great Dictator Basar El-Assad is not fond of his millions and unfortunately still in need of arming his troops more and more to find a suitable! solution to this never ending warfare. According to him under the usual conditions, the society loves and respects his regime, there is no hunger, misery, unemployment, violence, compulsion or any other social& economical problems in his country which is cradle of civilisations and also military coups…It seems that he never believes in democracy, freedom of opinions and internal crisis & conflicts. Most probably he just believes that the reason of civil war is based on the provocations of outside powers. The only reason of the civil war is outside powers to him.

His father Hafez al- Assad was the best example for him not to follow his policies but he just changed the windows in stead of changing the scenes in the streets. He was expected to recover the living conditions, decrease the political compulsion, cencorship on media tools and to bring much more freedom in ancient  but beautiful Syria.

The streets have been full of the dead bodies since the demonstrations began in march 15th 2011. There is no life marks which you can go to work to earn your life, go to schools to be educated and have precious times with your  schoolmates, go shopping, cafes, just for a walk…or all the other simple things you can do in the streets..There is no sun in the sky for the people living in ‘beautiful and lonely’ Syria.

Within 3 months, more than 10.000 thousands refugees ( the old Syrian house holders) are compelled to run away from their country, they have been trying their best to survive under the iron wings of my country Turkey in the border camps. The little babies, children, women and men are deprived to live their lives in their own stone houses and have average conditions to make a living.

However, we as Turkish government had made an agreement with Bashar, recovered our diplomatic relationships, opened our border gates to the Syrian people, shook their hands sincerely…During the conflict, Prime Minister Erdoğan had telephone conversations with Bashar but he could not manage to persuade him to make the required reforms in the country.  As we may see clearly he never wanted to revise his policies and did not care about making reforms as expected. I had though that Ruler Bashar would have been the leader whom Syrian people would ever met…But, it was a lack of foresight and dissappointment.

I wonder the end of this story and imagine one day freedom bells of democracy will ring in the Al-Saa (Clock) Square when i remember his saying that ”while the chaos is going on the reforms can not be made.”

A humble call to Bashar—-) leave your artificial Kingdom of Heaven behind you and make your throne in Syrians’ hearts.

Arabic Reforms?

In Afasia's corner... on February 23, 2011 at 12:57 pm

Are those signals of Arabic Reforms at Middle East ? That is really possible or somewhere at secret some one is laughing out loud to this situation? Those dark humor people may really get off their dirty hands from this oily land? Of course it’s not all about some dark powers behind. It’s also my dark humor.

There must be a great change in this lands people. In their head, brain, mentally or whatever. I was just checking out all information about this countries and I found below video. Just take a look. You may find it funny or tragic. The land of hunger. Many people even don’t have food to eat! Just one step far to this Arabic guy’s money rain, African children dying in hunger. His unacceptable way to have fun shows a bit, how unconcerned those people there. So, as a conclusion I may say, if you believe in money as your god, you may enjoy the money rain or thunder or whatever. But there is a world turning day by day, and there are women killed by throwing stones cause of virginity, sex etc. problems. There are soldiers killing, raping etc. their people, neighbors and there are children growing up with hate. If a country, their politicians or it’s people even don’t care about their children, there is no reason to talk about something which even they don’t try to avoid or change! I hope this is going to be a golden mile in all ME region. I hope that they have already waked up from their deep dark sleepy days.

No reform possible without sacrificing something!

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