In 1919; the British famous General; Allenby, describe Orabi revolution in Egypt as: syndicalistic microbes. The Iraqi parties, evaluated the October’s demonstrations, like Mrs. Bell evaluated the Iraqi revolution
in 1920, which becomes after I played with her words: spree of hot air came out from foreigner embassies, as interventions camouflaged herself in humanitarian advertisements.
Iraqi protestors, shocked Iraqi Parties, the regional countries, and the international community. An Iraqi Kurdish writer; Amin Yonis, found a clue of geniality of those protests, in their slogan: we want a homeland. I sure that, Her peaceful nature, will put her finger print on the human history. If you don’t believe, that the protests broken the dearest Taboos of western mentality about Iraq, you just have to play again the interview’s tape of Bloomberg with Mr. Obama, see and hear one more time, his opinion about the conflicts in Arabic region, from Shatt al-Arab to the strait of Bab Al-Mandab, which was as abstract: the people in this region more interesting in their sectarian identities than everything!?
But there is also a great piece of cake’s disappointment, eaten by Iranian regime, when they see, the dice of sectarianism scored zero, after regime rolled it for 16 years. Even the Kurdish racial and tribal system felt suddenly, that Barham Salih with his symbolic authority, is more powerful, because maybe his position, showed him the capacities of being Iraqi Kurdish, without the separation between both!?
Also; the bogeyman of the dissolving Ba’ath party, cannot be revived anymore in the Iranian proxies propaganda, because there is no State to cultivate his cells in its body; there are only fiefdoms of corruption disguised in sectarianism. As I said many times: There is difference between the Nostalgia to Saddam’s state and the Nostalgia for State in Saddam’s era.
The protestors motivating and driving, with no doubt: the religious institutions, the next regime, intellectuals, and etcetera of community’s segments to Iraqification themselves.
I request the regional and international community to help Iraqi people, at least morally... lighting a candle for every Iraqi protestor, whose lost his life to broke the chains of injustice. Please stop examining us by the Geopolitical microscope. We just want an a homeland, which we owned before the B.C of Christ and after the A.D of Mohammed.