KCDK-E co-chairs: Everyone should be in Düsseldorf tomorrow!
KCDK-E co-chairs Fatoş Göksungur and Yuksel Koç called for strong participation in the European march to be held in Düsseldorf tomorrow, 12 November.
The KCDK-E co-chairs, Fatoş Göksungur and Yuksel Koç, called for strong participation in the European march to be held in Düsseldorf tomorrow, 12 November.
We declared strike
KCDK-E Co-chair Fatoş Göksungur said: “We are meeting in Düsseldorf tomorrow, 12 November. The KCDK-E declared November 12 as the "European day of strike against chemical weapons". All our people of Kurdistan in Europe, our friends in Europe, women, young, old, Alevi, Yazidi, Muslim are invited to the demonstration tomorrow to protest the silence of Europe, the silence of the OPCW, the silence of the Council of Europe, against the war crimes committed by Turkey, against the chemical weapons attacks carried out against the guerrillas Guerrilla is life. Guerrilla is freedom. Bijî berxwedana guerrilla!”
No one should go to work tomorrow
KCDK-E Co-Chair Yuksel Koç said: “The Turkish state has implemented a policy of genocide aimed at liquidating the Kurdistan freedom struggle and the gains of the Kurdish people. Using all its techniques, it is waging this war with the support of international powers. Faced with the resistance of the guerrillas, it got into a stalemate. Thereupon, it started to use chemical weapons, ignoring international law and human values. This attack on the Kurdish Freedom Guerrillas is actually an attack on all Kurds, on the whole of Kurdistan. Turkey is trying to leave the Kurdish people breathless and to darken their future. Despite the IPPNW file, the OPCW does not take any action. In this dirty war, they cooperate with the Turkish state in policies of massacre, turning a blind eye on those crimes, and opening the airspace to Turkey. This is why the 12 November Düsseldorf march is very important. We declared November 12 as the International Kurdish National Day of Strike. No one should go to work, open a workplace, or lead a normal life that day. Everyone should be in Düsseldorf tomorrow. Because this resistance is a resistance that defends the dignity and future of the entire Kurdish people.”