posted on Mar, 3 2003 @ 01:05 PM
It's nice to see clarification. You see, none of this comes new to me. I have read about this kind of network that exists between Al-Quida and Iran.
Although the North Korean connection was new to me. The book "Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America" is a good read for information
regarding this collaboration. Just think about the fact that Al-Ansar Islam, run by Mullah Krekar (AKA) Najmuddin Faraj, a citizen of Noraway who has
diplomatic ties to not only the Iranian Intelligence Agencies, but Iraqi Intelligence as well. This is a stong position for a rebel group based in
Iraq. They basically want to destroy the Kurdish people. That is their goal. So of course they are going to get support. The Kurds are harshly treated
among fellow Muslims in the Arab World. They are like Palestinians in a sense. So excluding North Korea the connections are still strong. Well check
this out, the PUK or the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is a rebel group in Iraq that want to overthrow the Iraqi Regime. The PUK and the Ansar Rebel
Group are at each other's throats. They both are supported by outside networks, the PUK gets strong support from the US, England, and probably Turkey
by now. The Ansar Rebel Group gets support from Iran and Iraq, but it seems reasonable for the Turkish Government to support Ansar's cause because it
serves their cause, the elimination of Kurdish resistance. You see, the Kurds want sovereignty but don't seem to know where and when they want to get
it. They have slowly nagged and dragged along the sides of the various ethnic groups and took what was given to them, ignorance. They were and have
been simply ignored. Until now!! Now is their time. The kurds need to act now to get the land they are looking for. So the question is what have they
done and what have we done? America is not made up of Kurdish nationalists is it? Because it seems to me that the Kurdish revolutionary is today
American politican and war-hawk in Washington. They have more desire to rid the Kurds of at least SOME oppression, much more than most Kurds have done
for themselves. Do they have no heart, or are they just being decieved? Well if you ask me they are being decieved and considering that the United
States has a plan for 12 different tribal states to be constructed after the collapse of the current Iraqi Regime, I would say the Kurdish hopes for a
homeland will be diluted. You see, if the Americans, or the British wanted to dismantle the Al-Ansar Rebel group they would go to Noraway and arrest
Krekar. Do they? No. They let him be a known terrorist leader just like Ahmed Yasin, the leader of Hamas. If the Imperialist nations of Britian and
the United States of America really wanted Kurdish independence than they would destroy all threats to that dream, including terror groups designed to
destroy such a dream from being a part of reality. So I think because of all this confusion, in the long run this part of the Arab World is screwed.
This is like a very complex soap opera sreenplay and only the writers and actors, meaning the executives and operatives will know the truth. You See?