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That was my point exactly. Nomadic tribes are very difficult to assimilate and at the same time weak and notoriously poorly organized. It is a vicious circle that will plague both Kurds and Roma for the foreseeable future, if not into perpetuity.
This is so sad, you call us gypsies, because we remain strong on our lands. Your such an idiotic fool, you know that? Not to mention your pure racism.
You're a bit thick, aren't you? I called you neither Roma nor Gypsies and you have no land which is typical of nomadic tribes. The Kurds are a nation but not a state, and while I believe they will eventually manage to gain a degree autonomy in some remote sections of Iran, Turkey and Syria as they have in Iraq, an independent Kurdish state is a pipe-dream which championed by the likes of the PKK, is a very dangerous one.
Look, we already have a country, the one we have lived on since the dawn of time, even if it's occupied. The enemy will never make us leave this place.

If we wanted, we could easily turn Turkey into a rotten hell, and that will happen soon, if the Turkish leaders refuse to accept our rights for freedom. Kurdistan is on the list of states that will soon be liberated, so hang on tight buddyGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
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This is so sad, you call us gypsies, because we remain strong on our lands. Your such an idiotic fool, you know that? Not to mention your pure racism.
You're a bit thick, aren't you? I called you neither Roma nor Gypsies and you have no land which is typical of nomadic tribes. The Kurds are a nation but not a state, and while I believe they will eventually manage to gain a degree autonomy in some remote sections of Iran, Turkey and Syria as they have in Iraq, an independent Kurdish state is a pipe-dream which championed by the likes of the PKK, is a very dangerous one.
Look, we already have a country, the one we have lived on since the dawn of time, even if it's occupied. The enemy will never make us leave this place.

If we wanted, we could easily turn Turkey into a rotten hell, and that will happen soon, if the Turkish leaders refuse to accept our rights for freedom. Kurdistan is on the list of states that will soon be liberated, so hang on tight buddyGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
There are only theories of ancient Kurdistan because they were never able to document their own history and have to go to Greek, Armenian, Jewish and Persian historians to try to reconstruct anything of their past.

Kurd means nomad in the language of ancient Persia and nomads do not occupy land.
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You're a bit thick, aren't you? I called you neither Roma nor Gypsies and you have no land which is typical of nomadic tribes. The Kurds are a nation but not a state, and while I believe they will eventually manage to gain a degree autonomy in some remote sections of Iran, Turkey and Syria as they have in Iraq, an independent Kurdish state is a pipe-dream which championed by the likes of the PKK, is a very dangerous one.
Look, we already have a country, the one we have lived on since the dawn of time, even if it's occupied. The enemy will never make us leave this place.

If we wanted, we could easily turn Turkey into a rotten hell, and that will happen soon, if the Turkish leaders refuse to accept our rights for freedom. Kurdistan is on the list of states that will soon be liberated, so hang on tight buddyGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
There are only theories of ancient Kurdistan because they were never able to document their own history and have to go to Greek, Armenian, Jewish and Persian historians to try to reconstruct anything of their past.

Kurd means nomad in the language of ancient Persia and nomads do not occupy land.
Kurd originates from the ancient Summerian word "karda" Which means mountain people.
Now piss off with your retarded nomad claim.
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Kurd means lump, as in CheeseKurd = Cheese lump.

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Look, we already have a country, the one we have lived on since the dawn of time, even if it's occupied. The enemy will never make us leave this place.

If we wanted, we could easily turn Turkey into a rotten hell, and that will happen soon, if the Turkish leaders refuse to accept our rights for freedom. Kurdistan is on the list of states that will soon be liberated, so hang on tight buddyGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
There are only theories of ancient Kurdistan because they were never able to document their own history and have to go to Greek, Armenian, Jewish and Persian historians to try to reconstruct anything of their past.

Kurd means nomad in the language of ancient Persia and nomads do not occupy land.
Kurd originates from the ancient Summerian word "karda" Which means mountain people.
Now piss off with your retarded nomad claim.
Retarded?

Etymology

The term "Kurd" is first encountered in Arabic sources of the 1st century of the Islamic era.[1] The term seems to refer to variety of pastoral nomadism and possibly a set of political units, rather than a linguistic group.[1] Books from the early Islamic era, including those containing legends like the Shahnameh and the Pahlavi Karnamak Ardashir-e-Papkan and other early Islamic sources provide early attestation of the name Kurd.[2] The term Kurd in the Middle Persian documents simply means nomad and tent-dweller and could be attributed to any Iranian ethnic group having similar characteristics.[3] In the early Islamic Persian and Arabic sources, the term Kurd became synonymous with an amalgamation of Iranian and Iranicized nomadic tribes and groups[4][5][6] without reference to any specific Iranian language.[1][7]


History of the Kurdish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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There are only theories of ancient Kurdistan because they were never able to document their own history and have to go to Greek, Armenian, Jewish and Persian historians to try to reconstruct anything of their past.

Kurd means nomad in the language of ancient Persia and nomads do not occupy land.
Kurd originates from the ancient Summerian word "karda" Which means mountain people.
Now piss off with your retarded nomad claim.
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Etymology

The term "Kurd" is first encountered in Arabic sources of the 1st century of the Islamic era.[1] The term seems to refer to variety of pastoral nomadism and possibly a set of political units, rather than a linguistic group.[1] Books from the early Islamic era, including those containing legends like the Shahnameh and the Pahlavi Karnamak Ardashir-e-Papkan and other early Islamic sources provide early attestation of the name Kurd.[2] The term Kurd in the Middle Persian documents simply means nomad and tent-dweller and could be attributed to any Iranian ethnic group having similar characteristics.[3] In the early Islamic Persian and Arabic sources, the term Kurd became synonymous with an amalgamation of Iranian and Iranicized nomadic tribes and groups[4][5][6] without reference to any specific Iranian language.[1][7]


History of the Kurdish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
So? You can have some nomads within your nation and have a country at the same time you idiot, nomad simply means someone that moves around without a permanent home. They can be found in many nations, doesn't mean those nations are stateless.

You don't know, what the hell your talking about. So get your sh*t together and accept kurds as one of the largest ethnic groups in this region, purely ethnic to their own homeland.

Kurd= Karda= Mountain people
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Kurd originates from the ancient Summerian word "karda" Which means mountain people.
Now piss off with your retarded nomad claim.
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Etymology

The term "Kurd" is first encountered in Arabic sources of the 1st century of the Islamic era.[1] The term seems to refer to variety of pastoral nomadism and possibly a set of political units, rather than a linguistic group.[1] Books from the early Islamic era, including those containing legends like the Shahnameh and the Pahlavi Karnamak Ardashir-e-Papkan and other early Islamic sources provide early attestation of the name Kurd.[2] The term Kurd in the Middle Persian documents simply means nomad and tent-dweller and could be attributed to any Iranian ethnic group having similar characteristics.[3] In the early Islamic Persian and Arabic sources, the term Kurd became synonymous with an amalgamation of Iranian and Iranicized nomadic tribes and groups[4][5][6] without reference to any specific Iranian language.[1][7]


History of the Kurdish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
So? You can have some nomads within your nation and have a country at the same time you idiot, nomad simply means someone that moves around without a permanent home. They can be found in many nations, doesn't mean those nations are stateless.

You don't know, what the hell your talking about. So get your sh*t together and accept kurds as one of the largest ethnic groups in this region, purely ethnic to their own homeland.

Kurd= Karda= Mountain people
You do not even know your own history nor do you understand that nomads have no country. They moved freely from one place to another just as the Roma did in Europe and Asia Minor. The Roma no longer travel freely as they once did nor do the Kurds, but they cannot claim sections of Romania, Hungry or Slovakia simply because they have a significant population in those areas. Kurds are weak and have little support, thus the best they can hope for is to be subjects of a country which will allow them a level of autonomy.

You have no business calling others idiots, although you are certainly free to do so. You are out of your league with those that have more than a superficial understanding of the history and realities of the region.

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Etymology

The term "Kurd" is first encountered in Arabic sources of the 1st century of the Islamic era.[1] The term seems to refer to variety of pastoral nomadism and possibly a set of political units, rather than a linguistic group.[1] Books from the early Islamic era, including those containing legends like the Shahnameh and the Pahlavi Karnamak Ardashir-e-Papkan and other early Islamic sources provide early attestation of the name Kurd.[2] The term Kurd in the Middle Persian documents simply means nomad and tent-dweller and could be attributed to any Iranian ethnic group having similar characteristics.[3] In the early Islamic Persian and Arabic sources, the term Kurd became synonymous with an amalgamation of Iranian and Iranicized nomadic tribes and groups[4][5][6] without reference to any specific Iranian language.[1][7]


History of the Kurdish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
So? You can have some nomads within your nation and have a country at the same time you idiot, nomad simply means someone that moves around without a permanent home. They can be found in many nations, doesn't mean those nations are stateless.

You don't know, what the hell your talking about. So get your sh*t together and accept kurds as one of the largest ethnic groups in this region, purely ethnic to their own homeland.

Kurd= Karda= Mountain people
You do not even know your own history nor do you understand that nomads have no country. They moved freely from one place to another just as the Roma did in Europe and Asia Minor. The Roma no longer travel freely as they once did nor do the Kurds, but they cannot claim sections of Romania, Hungry or Slovakia simply because they have a significant population in those areas. Kurds are weak and have little support, thus the best they can hope for is to be subjects of a country which will allow them a level of autonomy.

You have no business calling others idiots, although you are certainly free to do so. You are out of your league with those that have more than a superficial understanding of the history and realities of the region.
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Why don't search for "Nomad" on Wikipedia? Apparently you trust it as a solid source. There are nomads in many nations, that doesn't make the entire nation one big group of nomads, this shouldn't be too hard to understand.

Look mr. Smartass, if we are as weak, as you claim, then how could we survive a century of opression? How are we still proud kurds? How is our population still growing faster than the turkish? Of course you are free to hate, but we get so much hate from our enemies, that your opinion is completely meaningless. Give it 30 more years, and your new neighbour will be usGuests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
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That was my point exactly. Nomadic tribes are very difficult to assimilate and at the same time weak and notoriously poorly organized. It is a vicious circle that will plague both Kurds and Roma for the foreseeable future, if not into perpetuity.
Hundreds of years of opression, yet we still have our language, culture etc. and we are weak? We cannot be assimilated, because we stand strong in our identity.

Kurds are really no longer nomads. If there are any Kurdish nomads left, they are predominately semi-nomadic.

Kurds are finally leaning towards nationalism than Islam/tribalism, thus we get more organized under the Kurdish identity.

You should let your women do the fighting.

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I was talking about the Kurds back in the homeland. Yes, I might not fight for Kurdistan with a gun, but surely I can try to gather international support as a future politician or something else.

an independent Kurdish state is a pipe-dream which championed by the likes of the PKK, is a very dangerous one.
Why is it a pipe-dream? Everyone said that, Kurds will not even get autonomy in any of the four countries, yet we are acting more independent in Iraqi occupied Kurdistan, than any other autonomous area. We have our own army, we are in control of our own oil policy. Does any other autonomous area have that? That was a pipe-dream, that would never happen, according to many people.

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That was my point exactly. Nomadic tribes are very difficult to assimilate and at the same time weak and notoriously poorly organized. It is a vicious circle that will plague both Kurds and Roma for the foreseeable future, if not into perpetuity.
Hundreds of years of opression, yet we still have our language, culture etc. and we are weak? We cannot be assimilated, because we stand strong in our identity.

Kurds are really no longer nomads. If there are any Kurdish nomads left, they are predominately semi-nomadic.

Kurds are finally leaning towards nationalism than Islam/tribalism, thus we get more organized under the Kurdish identity.

You should let your women do the fighting.

I don't watch videos. But keep telling yourself stories about how you're such fierce warriors while you hide behind your computer. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.
I was talking about the Kurds back in the homeland. Yes, I might not fight for Kurdistan with a gun, but surely I can try to gather international support as a future politician or something else.

an independent Kurdish state is a pipe-dream which championed by the likes of the PKK, is a very dangerous one.
Why is it a pipe-dream? Everyone said that, Kurds will not even get autonomy in any of the four countries, yet we are acting more independent in Iraqi occupied Kurdistan, than any other autonomous area. We have our own army, we are in control of our own oil policy. Does any other autonomous area have that? That was a pipe-dream, that would never happen, according to many people.

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Just like the good ***** CheeseKurd that you all are. You want someone else to do the dirty work for you.
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That's all you can say. CheeseKurds, *****, anything else you often say?

It's not about being pussies, you dumb *****. I have had relatives who fought for Kurdistan.
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Just like the good ***** CheeseKurd that you all are. You want someone else to do the dirty work for you.
Apo is the nickname of Abdullah Ícalan.
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Ocalan, whose nom de guerre is "Apo."
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Just like the good ***** CheeseKurd that you all are. You want someone else to do the dirty work for you.
Apo is the nickname of Abdullah Ícalan.
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Ocalan, whose nom de guerre is "Apo."
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Why did you quote ima? Her reply is totally irrelevant to what you wrote. But then again, I checked some of your old replies and they tell me enough about you. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see images.

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Anyway, Apo is one of my Kurdish leaders, as well to many other millions of Kurds.

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That's all you can say. CheeseKurds, *****, anything else you often say?

It's not about being pussies, you dumb *****. I have had relatives who fought for Kurdistan.
I'm just having a good laugh at you ***** warriors who are waiting for others to fight Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Turkey you'll never get because it's a NATO country. Iran will slice you pussies up into small pieces. Iraq and Syria are maybes because someone else has weakened them for you, but I doubt that Syrians, once Assad is gone, will ever give you ****.
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That's all you can say. CheeseKurds, *****, anything else you often say?

It's not about being pussies, you dumb *****. I have had relatives who fought for Kurdistan.
I'm just having a good laugh at you ***** warriors who are waiting for others to fight Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Turkey you'll never get because it's a NATO country. Iran will slice you pussies up into small pieces. Iraq and Syria are maybes because someone else has weakened them for you, but I doubt that Syrians, once Assad is gone, will ever give you ****.
Really a *****warrior?

My uncle died protecting his family and city,
you think you'r cool because you are a internet warrior all you can do is play the tough guy on internet

and what's the difference between Iran and Iraq?

i mean if we look at Iraq-Iran war both sides couldn't beat each other.
so we can do the same thing in Iran as we did in Iraq,
but there are too many kurdish politicians in prison in Iran if komala attacks Iran the prisoners will be immediately executed so all we can do is wait for the right time,


why don't you stop trolling this thread?

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