Sykes-Picot and the Lausanne Treaty of 1923 need to be replaced with a revised project for the solution of these problems as well as the correction of wrongdoing against the Kurds and as part of the challenges the civilised world is faced with. Are we slaves? Are we lazy? These countries should apologise to the Kurds…”
“Every dictator has been replaced by a worse dictator than before – none of them brought stability: nowadays we have Al Qaeda, the Taliban, the so-called Islamic State (IS) and four similar entities. This is a very serious challenge – we in the West also face an ongoing economic crisis which has caused a moral crisis as well. The serious crisis requires a viable solution – this I see as possible with the creation of an independent, united states of Kurdistan. The map of Kurdistan runs from the Mediterranean to the Caspian down to the Persian Gulf, and should include the regions of Kirkuk and Mosul. If you examine early maps before the Ottoman Empire (and even during the Ottoman Empire) these areas are shown as part of the Kurdish region.
“The independent, united states of Kurdistan need to be ruled by a real democracy so as to administer and protect all democratic values. NATO member, Kurdistan, will serve peace and stability in the region and around the world. “