Civilization vs. Purification
Dr. Artin - Dec 6th 2006
Dr. Artin is a member of Kurdish American Education Society and Kurdish National congress of North America; however, his views are not reflecting the views of all members.
Civilization and purification have a long history and are not limited to an empire, culture, race, and social class. Purification here might be substituted with a less permissible word that describes gratification of sexual urges of others for monetary gain. While civilization tends to promote long term strengthening of a society’s foundation, purification might serve the immediate gratification of individuals with unusual urges. Some of the thinkers of an old school in the East, such as the proponents of ‘Hilmism’ – ideas of Dr Fereydun Hilmi, tend to put Western Civilization (WC) and its counterpart, Western Purification (WP), in the same boat. Although they have W in common, it is unjust to consider WP and WC as the same. Reviewing pros and cons of these two phenomena is beyond the scope of this satire. Instead I try to highlight some of the aspects of WP and WC that are relevant to the people of my origin.
Despite their shallow pockets, most of the people of my origin have been fighting for progressive universal values such as liberty, justice, and equality for all. Some of these people allied themselves with the W forces for a mutual immediate gratification; some did the same for adding to the dept of our contemporary global civilization. While WC tends to be more democratic and serve the humankind, WP has some gender biases and usually is at the service of mankind, as evidenced by a lack of a significant political power by the womankind. Interestingly like the womankind, the people of my origin have been repeatedly looked upon as the second class human beings by many leaders in the Middle East and few senior politicians from the Wild West. The latest confirmation of such an attitude is evident in the “Risk Intelligence” strategy suggested by David Apgar and a plan by retired politicians such as Hamilton and Baker. The plan of these boisterous seniors (BS), known as the BS plan, ignores the sacrifices and hopes of the people of my origin in Kirkuk and other part of their divided land to four infamous Middle Eastern countries.
The short version of the recommendation of these “experts” is that the sociopath leaders of dominant ethnic groups in the Middle East, who have been able to deepen their own pockets very successfully, are entitled to keep the people of my origin as the second class citizens. These “experts” who suffer from selective blindness, refuse to see that stability can not exist without equality for all including for the people of my origin. They refuse to see that these people have no intention to give up in their fight for equality and independence until they have their own representative in the United Nations.
My recommendation to Mr. Apgar is to make sure he had an Apgar score above 7 out of ten 10 at birth, since his recommended additional two Arab states without one for the people of my origin is an insult to any free thinker with an IQ score of more than 70%. To the seniors in the Ham-Baker group, who know only the culture of hamburger and domination, I suggest they learn form their peer, the retired boxer George Forman, who has experienced domination and failure. Forman at this age is aware that he will be more successful in the business of grilling ham instead of unifying the artificial Iraq to remain a purified Arab state!
If Ham-Baker group and other W forces do not support the people of my origin in fulfilling their dream of democratization and independence, soon these people classify the Western civilizations as a purifying force that sells itself to gratify the urges of Arab, Turk, and Persian purifiers. Such classification would be an insult to all of those who voluntarily have left their darkened home in the East for the enlightened hope of the West. In the upcoming season of victory of light over darkness, I hope every civilized activist and humanist joins the people of my origin in supporting their rights of self determination!