DTK: The AKP-MHP will lose in Rojava as ISIS lost
The DTK recalled in a statement the 9 October 1998 conspiracy of isolation which deepened chaos in Turkey. The DTK said that AKP-MHP would be defeated in Rojava like was defeated ISIS and called for solidarity.
The Democratic Society Congress (DTK) issued a statement today to mark the anniversary of the International Conspiracy against Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan.
The statement said: "The aim of the international conspiracy was both to end the Kurdish people's hopes of free and democratic life and to put the Kurdish and Turkish people into a war and chaos that would last for years. These dark ambitions were crippled by Mr. Öcalan's predictions, common sense, resistance and leadership."
The statement added: "The insistence of the Turkish sovereign system and governments' policies in denying the Kurdish question and leaving it unsolved have led to the deepening of the problem. The isolation of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan has aggravating chaos."
'We will win again in Rojava'
The statement continued: "Today the international conspiracy is being updated. The AKP-MHP fascism has been preparing for months, forming its political, military, diplomatic and psychological infrastructure, the attacks on South Kurdistan and Rojava. The international conspiracy has evolved to this point. Turkey has been occupying Rojava, causing millions of refugees to be displaced, changing the demographic structure of the region."
The Kurdish people, said the statement, "will continue to struggle against denial, destruction, occupation and conspiracy in every aspect of life. Just as the international conspiracy represented by ISIS has been defeated in Rojava, the AKP-MHP fascism attempts to invade Rojava and change its demographic structure. The peoples of Syria and Turkey, the international community, will frustrate this new attempt. Kurdish, Arab, Turkmen, Assyrian, Armenian peoples have the experience, consciousness, belief and organization of struggle that will frustrate the occupation attempt."
Call to the international community
The statement ended by saying that "while condemning once again the 9 October 1998 conspiracy, we call on peoples from the four parts of Kurdistan, the international community, Turkey and the Syrian people to express solidarity with the people of Rojava and Syria and urge everyone to raise their voices against the occupation war."