Now that dumb fuck BO is dead, it is time to relive the grand Rojava general

Juan Moore
Juan Moore

Now that dumb fuck BO is dead, it is time to relive the grand Rojava general:

What is the situation now that ISIS are gone?

How will they fit into the new Syria?

Will Erdogan stop throwing his shit around?

What steps do they need to take to ensure against a smooth transition to socialism and communism?

muuuh kurds are imperialist
so why then does Assad ally with them and pay for their healthcare?

Brainlets out of this thread plz.

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freeocalan.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Ocalan-Democratic-Confederalism.pdf
louisproyect.org/2017/06/17/did-the-kaiser-fund-the-bolsheviks/
louisproyect.org/2017/07/22/boris-souvarine-no-the-kaiser-did-not-fund-the-bolsheviks/
libcom.org/library/rojava-reality-rhetoric-gilles-dauvé-tl
trtworld.com/mea/is-assad-really-an-ally-to-kurds-in-syria--15152
nytimes.com/2018/12/28/world/middleeast/syria-kurds-turkey-manbij.html
aljazeera.com/news/2018/07/backed-syrian-kurds-agree-roadmap-assad-government-180728082610203.html
thedefensepost.com/2019/02/18/syria-sdf-assad-alliance-very-far-away-salih-muslim-lacamera/
channelnewsasia.com/news/world/assad-warns-syria-s-kurds-that-us-will-not-protect-them-11251794
socialistparty.ie/2015/08/kurdistan-democratic-autonomy-or-socialism/
youtu.be/8Cm_xcA1Xio
ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4737624,00.html

Asher Jackson
Asher Jackson

sage

Liam Martinez
Liam Martinez

wow good input you have clearly shown you know alot about the subject

Grayson Murphy
Grayson Murphy

first isis, next rojava

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Kayden Martinez
Kayden Martinez

he has the power to do this
he doesn't
it would be politically astute to do this even if he did
it isn't
he has shown any sign of doing this
he hasn't.

That's a big erection for someone you know nothing about though

Jason Jackson
Jason Jackson

Will Erdogan stop throwing his shit around?

Should've linked the writings and websites. The implications of the analysis of the Nation-State and Ideology ring true for anyone politically disaffected from the PDF below.

freeocalan.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Ocalan-Democratic-Confederalism.pdf

Aiden Hughes
Aiden Hughes

sorry it has been two years i'm rusty.

Why does this relate to Erdogan throwing his shit around though?

Isaiah Sanders
Isaiah Sanders

It doesn't. Erdogan will never stop throwing his shit around. He is a shit thrower.

I remember the live-streams of the coup from a couple of years back when he was forced to facetime his supporters from his jet.

Austin Thompson
Austin Thompson

wow, great thread, you clearly shown that you aren't an ex-BO obsessed idiot who is here to prove a point about his past (shat upon by everyone) grievances but someone who is truly interested about them Kurds

Jose Foster
Jose Foster

sage

Christian Morgan
Christian Morgan

When you ally with imperialist forces to fight against the already existing government but your alliance falls through because of Turkey and your funds from daddy dry up so instead you ask for support from Assad who gives it out of necessity due to Turkey fucking around the border and so everyone should forget that you initially allied with the imperialists in the first place and let them build bases in your territory because "haha were on your side now!"
Ebin

Jonathan Garcia
Jonathan Garcia

Yeah long live the anarchist revolution in 150 US military bases in syria

Liam Evans
Liam Evans

Shit thread tbh. Rojava is a US puppet.

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William Powell
William Powell

Your dissenting opinion is appreciated, but denied. Please go read a book

Jose Reed
Jose Reed

When you ally with imperialist forces to fight against the already existing government but your alliance falls through because of France and Britain and your funds from daddy dry up so instead you ask for support from the Soviets who give it out of necessity due to Germany fucking around the border and so everyone should forget that you initially allied with the imperialists in the first place and gave them your territory because "haha were on your side now!"

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Grayson Ramirez
Grayson Ramirez

now wait a minute, when the fuck did the Bolsheviks ally with imperialists

Jack Garcia
Jack Garcia

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Alexander Harris
Alexander Harris

louisproyect.org/2017/06/17/did-the-kaiser-fund-the-bolsheviks/
louisproyect.org/2017/07/22/boris-souvarine-no-the-kaiser-did-not-fund-the-bolsheviks/

Robert Gray
Robert Gray

bolsheviks = bad people
imperialists = bad people
bolsheviks = imperialists

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Elijah Carter
Elijah Carter

In OP's alternate history folder

Hudson Morgan
Hudson Morgan

The decision was natural enough: every government at war tries to encourage domestic difficulties within the enemy country. It is unnecessary to invent an imaginary connivance between Ludendorff and Lenin.
I know Lenin was /ourguy/, I'm just saying that something similar is what happened in Rojava, just that the paper trail is thicker because that's how things are now.

Asher Rogers
Asher Rogers

its not. you are stupid.

Ayden Sullivan
Ayden Sullivan

It's okay to bomb middle-east countries with US planes landing in your territory which also help the fascist state of Israel conduct genocide on Palestinians people the Syrians arm of which without them existing this will also further destroy Russian power drastically increasing the power of the US's ability to basically just murder and kill everything for profit and the noose of death would grow ever larger and move onto Iran but all this is okay because Lenin got some Gold from some Germans. You liberal anarchists should all be taken outside and shot next to the bankers and Jewish atrocity committers you defend and support in their conquests.

Luis Kelly
Luis Kelly

Lenin didn't fucking ally with Germany you faggot, and this is but one the many huge differences between Rojava and the early Bolsheviks. Rojava openly allied with the US to fight against Assad and allowed the US to install bases within it's territories to do so. They also made no attempt to establish socialism within Syria itself and instead decided to break off in order to form their own ethnically based "anarchist" territory. Contrast this to the Bolsheviks who were not in any way allied with Germany and who were not attempting to merely form some ethnically based territory separate from Russia, and in fact opposed groups like the bundists who wishes to do so.

Josiah Ortiz
Josiah Ortiz

Other than Rojava are there any Red International Brigades someone who doesn't value their life can go train and fight for?

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Logan Smith
Logan Smith

When a serious opportunity arises we'll have threads on it, obviously.

Grayson Sanchez
Grayson Sanchez

He also gave them ukraine poland and belarus lmao. In retrospect germany collapsed but Lenin till the end was looking for rapprochement with the german government against the Entente or at least a benevolent neutrality against each other

Brody Bell
Brody Bell

when you abandon Marxism altogether for some derivative of Bookchinism and get your followers to implement decentralized socdem with market co-op characteristics
ebin

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Juan Kelly
Juan Kelly

If it's so terrible and 'un-Marxist' why is it in fact succeeding?

Women's liberation? Check
True democracy? Check
Revolutionary spirit? Check

Let me know when the Democratic Socialists of America, Momentum UK, or the WSWS begin the armed struggle against Fascist dictatorships and the bourgeois foundations of Neoliberal hegemony.

Fuck you, Heval (that means friend in Kurdish)

Isaac Scott
Isaac Scott

Please stop being provocative.

The situation for the DFNS looks grim. But then again its been looking grim for 5 years and they're still standing. Hopes keep getting built up and dashed. The peace deal with the syrian government seemed positive but they dont seem to be getting any direct assistance from the syrian military to drive turkey out. So maybe syria is hoping turkey will solver their problem for them. But the dfns still seems to be getting some heavy weaponry supplied from somewhere and keep giving the turks bloody noses. However they also seem to be resorting to "inflitration" (suicide) attacks now which indicates they are getting more desperate.

Jayden Davis
Jayden Davis

Yeah, no. He didn't "give" it to them, the German army broke the armistice and occupied all Eastern Europe. Soviets had to sign the peace treaty basically being held at gunpoint.

David Ross
David Ross

Syria going to war with Turkey is just asking for US interventionism. Rojava has won out against great threats before, this will be much the same (especially now that this is no longer a civil war, but a war of Turkish imperialism). They will get Syrian volunteers if it means defending from Turkey, along with all the Kurdish volunteers they have been getting since their inception. Not to mention Turkey has a very large Kurdish minority that has been oppressed since Erdogan took power. Turkey is, as ever, a massive racial powder keg with the Turks trying to dominate everyone, and I don't think that they will hold it together for much longer. Turkey will probably rip itself apart in a series of ethnic independence wars, imho.

Anthony Morales
Anthony Morales

I didn't know Ocalan was this much of a brainlet.

Adrian Thomas
Adrian Thomas

now that this is no longer a civil war, but a war of Turkish imperialism
Are you implying that it wasn't a case of US imperialism before?

Xavier Kelly
Xavier Kelly

Rojava isn't a US op lmao. They've opportunistically used US forces to fight IS and other religious extremists just how Venezuela uses Russia's military to ward off US imperialism. In an era where leftism is virtually wiped from any power, you will have to play off the imperialists to your own ends if you want power, until a new revolutionary country of power equal to the USSR arises. And they've played the US well, getting all the military support they needed to consolidate Northern Syria, cutting off their alliance with them when they started to lapse in their support for Rojava, and then allying with Syria (and by extension Russia), thus denying imperialists any of the power and influence they wanted in the region.

Kayden Flores
Kayden Flores

I feel like this kind of analysis is very crude and vulgar. Is every single Kurd in Rojava allied to the US, or did the leadership take a strategic decision?

Also, if you live in a country that has trade deals with the US, then you're also allied to them, but I don't see anyone derailing threads about the British Labour party.

What we're seeing here is a methodological nationalism, where non states are held to higher standards of purity than states

Julian Scott
Julian Scott

You are not answering my question. Are you denying that the "civil war" was backed by the US?

Lincoln Sanchez
Lincoln Sanchez

Your first paragraph contradicts your second. Your third is just pure stupidity.

Ian Ortiz
Ian Ortiz

And you are missing the nuance. Yes, the US did intervene in the civil war. No, they did not achieve their imperialist objectives because that was never the goal of Rojava to give the US the gains they wanted. Now as a result, several reactionary movements are destroyed and a leftist state has consolidated power in the region.

Call it an imperialist war all you like, but the actual facts on the ground won't change, nor will any of the people supporting Rojava change their mind about the usefulness of the tactical decision to opportunistically use the US to empower a leftist state.

Easton Sullivan
Easton Sullivan

No, they did not achieve their imperialist objectives
they achieved several of them
currently, Syria is divided and severely weakened with the Americans occupying the eastern half

Blake Phillips
Blake Phillips

Syria is less divided and weak than they actually wanted though, most of the "moderate rebel forces" they supplied have been wiped out either by the Syrian government or Rojava and the two biggest forces in the region, both Syria and Rojava, are actively allied together with Syria giving the Kurds financial aids. All of this has put all of Syria under the sphere of Russia, the thing that the US wanted to prevent the most, since this now means that Russia has a warm water port in the Mediterranean. The only thing that has really happened in a positive sense for the US was the Golan Heights getting occupied, but that is at best a short-term gain mostly for Israel that cements them as a permanent enemy in the Middle East and a warmonger to anyone who isn't a blatant zionist or weirdo christian. Assad's rule is probably more secure now with Rojava and Russia as allies than it was before the civil war.

Ethan Morris
Ethan Morris

rojava is an Israeli Zionist imperialist project even neo con talk radio show hosts in the usa support it

Hudson Jenkins
Hudson Jenkins

You know that the German troops liberated from the Ostfront almost broke the French lines in Operation Michael, right?
Conditions change, Lenin did questionable things and Rojava does questionable things. A material analysis would lead to supporting them over both hearteating McCainites and fashy not-even-socdems (I mean if Assad is socdem Germany is actually existing socialism).
And Russia isn't as fascist as America, I'd argue not fascist at all due to the absence of a predominant financial sector, but it's not the USSR anymore, not at all. I'm arguing in good faith and I really don't see where all the disdain comes from, I mean I shit on Kropotkin a lot for picking sides on WW1 and so should everyone else, I'm just saying that maybe, just maybe, we should do a more sober analysis than simply Russia good America bad.

Eli Rogers
Eli Rogers

Lenin did questionable things
Name 4.

Connor Smith
Connor Smith

Disbanding the factions
Brest Litovsk
Crushing the anarchists
Trusting Trotsky

You can say they were all pragmatic choices and we agree on most things, I'm just saying they're questionable as fuck from a contemporary perspective, and they actually got him shot.
Really, the luxury of hindsight is blinding most people to how much of a shitshow the Russian Civil War turned out to be. Like I said, not arguing against Lenin, just saying that maybe Rojava should get a more sober view.

Easton Thompson
Easton Thompson

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Connor Hill
Connor Hill

If the truth doesn’t fit my opinion I will just make up another.

The airbases appeared only after Turks kicked out the US. I suppose this makes turkey anti imperialist or something? How do you account for the Russian forces also present in Kurdistan are they also imperialist too?

Imagine thinking you are Leninist and not supporting national liberation from antinmarxist turd positionists.

Kurds
anarchists

So you have absolutely no idea what is actually going on there and you are just a retarded internet sectarian. Probably also thinks zapatistas are anarchist or something.

Lol which book exactly should I be reading on this subject

Leo Miller
Leo Miller

Is that Captain America?

John Foster
John Foster

If you live in an imperialist country you’re better off biding your time and working on base building and organizing comrade

Matthew Harris
Matthew Harris

complaining about something being anti Marxism then assuming shit that apo says necessarily translates exactly to the situation on the ground

But oh gee willikers billy that’s fucking idealism

co op characteristics
Except that is a tiny part of the economy. What they have now is basically early Soviet Democracy, it’s a dual power situation where councils have a large amount of power so do unions, but most major resources like energy and water are nationalised and managed by a national branch. It just so happens that members of the same parties established both branches.

This the most fucking annoying thing about you cunts. You take an anti Kurd position basically because anarchists like it, when you don’t actually have a fucking clue. They are massive tankies. Their cadre take vows not to even have romantic partners. You just have no idea what the fuck you are on about

Lincoln King
Lincoln King

Also missed out, the PKK, the only actually apoist faction also runs on democratic centralism.

Liam Butler
Liam Butler

Rojava openly allied with th US to fight Assad

No they fucking didn’t dont be so god damn dishonest. The enemy was ISIS.

not socialist enough for me
What about it isn’t socialist? Could you actually describe to me how the economy actually functions there? Do you know how it functions?

muh anarchist separatists
You are completely fucking stupid and you don’t know what the fuck you are talking about for the last fucking time, it’s basiclaly a social democracy with strong unions and councils. Yknow like the fucking Soviet Union.

the ussr never allied with imperialists
Yeh what the fuck was the Second World War exactly.

Go fuck yourself you retarded autistic fuck

Samuel Moore
Samuel Moore

Go fuck yourself you retarded autistic fuck
Incisive, clear, bold. A post worthy of any moderator's attention

Nolan Long
Nolan Long

Marxism is liberalism
History is clearly coerced by metaphysical forces
Reductionism
There is no base or superstructure, things happen for no reason.

Mason Price
Mason Price

Oh you don’t like my tone I suppose that definitely makes the Kurds imperial puppets and their leadership should listen to you on matters relating to their struggle

Aiden Stewart
Aiden Stewart

What about it isn’t socialist? Could you actually describe to me how the economy actually functions there? Do you know how it functions?
libcom.org/library/rojava-reality-rhetoric-gilles-dauvé-tl

Brody Foster
Brody Foster

USSR = social democracy with strong unions and councils
Oh, wow.

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Easton Murphy
Easton Murphy

Oh you posted that one article cool great. Now, how is there economy functionally different in terms of abolishing markets etc than any other socialist experiment? Has anywhere ever done this? No, besides in Spain and Maos China with communes that were unsustainable and were therefore reversed.

Also if your argument is actually “muh not real socialism” then how on earth do you justify support of Assad? Am I supposed to believe he more muh true socialism than the Kurds?

It had commodity production with state subsidised public services generated from the revenue on these commodities. What else was it.

It’s pretty telling all any of you can ever say is “lol” or “omg read a book” or post some link but none of you can actually describe in detail why you think what you think from your smug retarded pedestal.

Dylan Torres
Dylan Torres

all these supposed hardcore materialists who are actually larping idealists with absolutely no conception of the conditions in Kurdistan or why they are made
Absolutely smh

Brody Johnson
Brody Johnson

He still wanted German aid and relations of a sort. Thats why the Left SRs went apeshit and killed the German Ambassador because they perceived Lenin as cooperating with the Germans. Also, read about the negotiations of Brest Litovsk the Germans and Bolsheviks had a weird respect and camaraderie during the proceedings as they drank and dined together

Lucas Watson
Lucas Watson

read
But why would you do that if you are just here to larp as muh true rebolutionary who has probably never been part of organising the proletariat ever in their entire life

Brody Walker
Brody Walker

Two posters who used to frequent the board for these threads said the exact same thing before they stopped and left

Joshua Garcia
Joshua Garcia

And?

Brandon Williams
Brandon Williams

all these supposed hardcore materialists who are actually larping idealists with absolutely no conception of the conditions in Kurdistan or why they are made

Oliver Evans
Oliver Evans

donbas

Lucas Perry
Lucas Perry

How about you just say what your are cryptically trying to imply

Aaron Rogers
Aaron Rogers

Got some questions as I haven't been keeping up a lot with Syria lately
now that ISIS are gone?
They are gone? I'm aware somewhere during late 2018 they got completely fucked and lost their capital but I didn't know they were essentially out of the war.
Also any more info on how official/stable the alliance between Rojava and the SAA is?

Adam Cooper
Adam Cooper

trtworld.com/mea/is-assad-really-an-ally-to-kurds-in-syria--15152

"Regime forces, in March 2017, created a buffer zone between the YPG and Turkish-backed FSA in western Manbij, in order to protect the YPG from any possible FSA moves. They did the same in September 2017 in Afrin.

Assad’s stance towards the YPG changed after Daesh was defeated from urban areas of Syria in late 2017. Assad began calling the YPG “the traitors,” and rejected any US-backed forces on Syrian soil.

But it shifted again in January 2018, when Turkey began its operation in YPG-controlled Afrin in Syria. Opposing Turkey’s and the opposition groups' presence in Syria, Assad allowed movement of YPG militias for reinforcement through the regime-controlled areas. Iran-backed Shia militias, who fight along with the regime forces, are also based in those areas.

But it is now unclear how long Assad’s support will continue to the YPG, or if he will support the group’s desire to rule the areas they capture from Daesh in the long term. "

This describes how things look. Sources are mixed as to how the negotiations will go, and Assad has said some pretty strong stuff, but they do have a history of working alongside each other and they are negotiating and it does look like when the choice is between Turks and Kurds Assad choses Kurds, although again, sources are mixed. Putin has suggested that old agreements between Assad and the Turks that the Turks can do cross border operations against the PKK could be re-opened, but has however demanded that the Kurds and Syrians do not attack each other.

Thinking about the hard power in the situation, the Kurds have really quite a lot. They have a large, now battle hardened militia with mass popular support, while Assad is trying to stitch back together a country ravaged by the worst war in the last 10/20 years. At this point it would be incredibly stupid of him to start another civil war and he is not that stupid.

nytimes.com/2018/12/28/world/middleeast/syria-kurds-turkey-manbij.html

aljazeera.com/news/2018/07/backed-syrian-kurds-agree-roadmap-assad-government-180728082610203.html

thedefensepost.com/2019/02/18/syria-sdf-assad-alliance-very-far-away-salih-muslim-lacamera/

channelnewsasia.com/news/world/assad-warns-syria-s-kurds-that-us-will-not-protect-them-11251794

Blake White
Blake White

socialistparty.ie/2015/08/kurdistan-democratic-autonomy-or-socialism/

Jose Davis
Jose Davis

In the end, capitalism in Kurdistan will not be brought down by a Narodnik-like organisation, but rather by a socialist workers’ movement, through a still-to-be-built working class based revolutionary organisation in the region.

this is however idealism. Why has there been no working class revolution in the region? Why has the only workers revolution that has been successful in the region been along the new Ocalan line? What makes the Kurdish revolution specifically not a workers revolution? Because their leader is somewhat of an idealist? Does that mean they are not workers and they are not engaged in strengthening their own power, building their own socialist state and managing their own workplaces?

Nicholas Gray
Nicholas Gray

implying he's wrong

Gabriel Ramirez
Gabriel Ramirez

bump

Cooper Thomas
Cooper Thomas

Women's liberation? Check

True democracy? Check

Revolutionary spirit? Check

Proofs? Also none of those tgibgs are specifically Marxist.

America claims to have all of those things as well, does that make America Marxist?

Juan Baker
Juan Baker

Do you know how it functions?
Do you? What is your unbiased source?

Logan Parker
Logan Parker

this thread looks dead

Noah Sanchez
Noah Sanchez

Kurds Collaborating with Mossad
youtu.be/8Cm_xcA1Xio

Levi Collins
Levi Collins

lol the southfront site is begging for donation

Hunter Perez
Hunter Perez

ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4737624,00.html

So what.. the USSR helped create Israel

Joshua Allen
Joshua Allen

unroo accuses kurds of ethnic cleansing
is he basing this off the debunked amnesty reports?

muh war crimes
war crimes according to who the UN lol

Caleb Gutierrez
Caleb Gutierrez

inb4

when Stalin created israel that was totally different somehow

Joseph Sanders
Joseph Sanders

Implying the USSR and Stalin singlehandedly created Israel
Implying the USSR and Stalin trying to utilize the early Jewish labour movements in the region to prevent the already pre-determined state of Israel from becoming a western expansionist imperialist state is the same as literally working with modern mossad
You're really stretching here

Christian Wood
Christian Wood

so what you are saying is that he collaborated with imperialists, like selling massive amounts of weapons to them so they can create a colonial state, alongside actually existing colonialists, in order to achieve some other aim. Lets call the aim irrelevant. They facts stand, he was willing, under many and various circumstances in fact, to work with the capitalists.

How is selling heaps of weapons, alongside campaigning for and voting for the creation of a colonial state, what would be becoming one of th emost negative influences in the region, not worse than getting some training.

Juan Barnes
Juan Barnes

Israel was going to come into existence whether the USSR wanted it or not. They could either act and gain some degree of influence in the newly emerging state and utilize said influence to reign the Zionists in the movement in, or watch as the west utilized Israel to obtain dominance and obtain a buffer between themselves and the other middle eastern states. The west won in this regard, but hindsight is 20/20. To compare that with working with mossad, a group everyone already has extensive knowledge about in the region, is incredibly dishonest.

Oliver Murphy
Oliver Murphy

To compare that with working with mossad, a group everyone already has extensive knowledge about in the region, is incredibly dishonest.

are you trying to claim that Stalin wasn't aware of how bad the imperialists were or something? No, he knew that, just like the kurds do, and he collaborated anyway, even by your own explanation.

There are other parts to your explanation like that he

created israel to own the zionists..

Xavier Sullivan
Xavier Sullivan

Prussia creating the USSR is a better example though. both it and Rojava are a result of imperialism and actually leftist

Robert Barnes
Robert Barnes

So pragmatism even at the expense of socialist values is okay when the Soviets do it, but not when Rojava does? The double standards here are ridiculous. The Soviets took all kinds of difficult steps to respond to their conditions, as they were right to do, but the second Rojava doesn’t conform to the idealized version of what western armchair commissars think a revolution ought to look like they’re the devil incarnate.

Gabriel Martinez
Gabriel Martinez

its completely bizzare isn't it. Genuinely i think its rooted in thinking the kurds are some post left anarcho-polyamory fest and being so sectarian that you believe this caricature

Matthew Robinson
Matthew Robinson

also I wonder why Unroohoo, funded by the Iranian government, could possibly be anti Kurd, who have lands which are under the control of the Iranians and are creating a robust national liberation movement.

HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

really gets those pistachios pondering don't it

Gavin Rogers
Gavin Rogers

communism is when you create an ethonstate

Bentley Morris
Bentley Morris

Back to school soon kiddo.

Carson Baker
Carson Baker

rojava is an ethnostate and not specifically designed to represent a huge variety of ethnic groups in order to ease tensions between these groups

you evidently really don't have a clue what you are talking about

Jaxson Long
Jaxson Long

also doesn't answer my questions about the roos dubious funding

Jaxon Ward
Jaxon Ward

Rojava isn’t an ethnostate, it has the active participation of Arabs, Turkmen, and Assyrians. They fight alongside Kurds and have special government bodies to protect their interests.

Jason Thompson
Jason Thompson

Even if Rohava was a post left petit bouj cuckfest it's still a revolutionary national liberation movement. Someone needs to post that Stalin quote on the emir of Afghanistan and the Egyptian bourgeois.

Xavier Carter
Xavier Carter

The people who condemn Rojava because they have coops and small private businesses instead of being 100% socialized will in the same breath insist that China is actually socialist.

Gabriel Diaz
Gabriel Diaz

So anyone got any proof?

Noah Sanders
Noah Sanders

Now I can LARP as a QT3.14 Kurdish freedom fighter from the comfort of my own living room! Thank you Activision!

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Andrew Fisher
Andrew Fisher

You can already LARP as a female Kurdish fighter in Insurgency Sandstorm which I guarantee is a much better game than the new CoD will be.

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