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Rojava: New public parliament being builed in Derik

Shahin

Member
Full article:Democracy without the state
Jonas Staal builds parliament in northern-Syria


Jonas Staal brings the New World Summit to Rojava to build a new parliament for the new Democratic Self-Administration in this region in northern-Syria, which was reclaimed by Kurdisch revolutionairies from the Assad-regime in 2011.

The reason for being here is a collaboration with the Democratic Self-Administration of Rojava and the artistic and political organization New World Summit, that I founded in 2012. Together we are building a new public parliament in the Rojava region and organizing two international summits.

To give some context to this region: ?Rojava? means ?West? in Kurdish, and refers to the western part of Kurdistan ? many people tend to refer to it as northern-Syria. The Syrian civil war in 2011 forced Assad to concentrate his army to the south of the country and left behind a power vacuum in the north. Kurdish revolutionaries took this momentum to reclaim their land and, in collaboration with peoples from the region such as Arabs and Assyrians, to declare their political autonomy in the form of ?democratic confederalism.? This process is known today as the ?Rojava Revolution.? In the democratic model that came as a result notions such as self-governance, gender equality and communalism take a central role. The revolutionary Abdullah ?calan, who has been imprisoned by Turkey since 1999, describes this model as ?democracy without the state.? Essentially: stateless democracy.

Upon the agora of the parliament, a constructivist globe is placed, divided in six peals, each of which stands on pillars on which a specific word or concept is mentioned that is central to the Rojava Revolution, mainly taken from the ?Social Contract,? which is the constitution of Rojava written by its different peoples. In Arab, Assyrian and Kurdish one can read ?Democratic Confederalism,? ?Gender Equality,? ?Secularism,? ?Self-Defense,? ?Communalism? and ?Social Ecology.?.
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New World summit: Rojava invitation

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As all of you can see, Kurds are on their way to get a country in North Syria, after perpetrating a Genocide (Seyfo), rewriting history, kurdifying everything...
After Arab rule, now it is time to Kurds to rule on us, the same people that killed the Assyrian commander sohdo Shamasha David Gendo...
They are building a parliament in Derik, Syria. You can see the flag of the Syriac Union Party (Red Eagle with a kind of Kurdish sun).
After North Iraq, they now claim that North Syria is a Kurdish land.
Check the invitation, they wrote "Rojava" in Syriac, They don't even bother to write "?????"...
It will be, and it is already known as Rojava internationally, our people will leave in "Rojava..."
At least this show only one thing: Arabs of Syria and Iraq have proven that they can't rule a state properly...
 

Kebabs?s

New member
Shahin said:
Full article:Democracy without the state
Jonas Staal builds parliament in northern-Syria


Jonas Staal brings the New World Summit to Rojava to build a new parliament for the new Democratic Self-Administration in this region in northern-Syria, which was reclaimed by Kurdisch revolutionairies from the Assad-regime in 2011.

The reason for being here is a collaboration with the Democratic Self-Administration of Rojava and the artistic and political organization New World Summit, that I founded in 2012. Together we are building a new public parliament in the Rojava region and organizing two international summits.

To give some context to this region: ?Rojava? means ?West? in Kurdish, and refers to the western part of Kurdistan ? many people tend to refer to it as northern-Syria. The Syrian civil war in 2011 forced Assad to concentrate his army to the south of the country and left behind a power vacuum in the north. Kurdish revolutionaries took this momentum to reclaim their land and, in collaboration with peoples from the region such as Arabs and Assyrians, to declare their political autonomy in the form of ?democratic confederalism.? This process is known today as the ?Rojava Revolution.? In the democratic model that came as a result notions such as self-governance, gender equality and communalism take a central role. The revolutionary Abdullah ?calan, who has been imprisoned by Turkey since 1999, describes this model as ?democracy without the state.? Essentially: stateless democracy.

Upon the agora of the parliament, a constructivist globe is placed, divided in six peals, each of which stands on pillars on which a specific word or concept is mentioned that is central to the Rojava Revolution, mainly taken from the ?Social Contract,? which is the constitution of Rojava written by its different peoples. In Arab, Assyrian and Kurdish one can read ?Democratic Confederalism,? ?Gender Equality,? ?Secularism,? ?Self-Defense,? ?Communalism? and ?Social Ecology.?.
...

New World summit: Rojava invitation

Pictures:




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As all of you can see, Kurds are on their way to get a country in North Syria, after perpetrating a Genocide (Seyfo), rewriting history, kurdifying everything...
After Arab rule, now it is time to Kurds to rule on us, the same people that killed the Assyrian commander sohdo Shamasha David Gendo...
They are building a parliament in Derik, Syria. You can see the flag of the Syriac Union Party (Red Eagle with a kind of Kurdish sun).
After North Iraq, they now claim that North Syria is a Kurdish land.
Check the invitation, they wrote "Rojava" in Syriac, They don't even bother to write "?????"...
It will be, and it is already known as Rojava internationally, our people will leave in "Rojava..."
At least this show only one thing: Arabs of Syria and Iraq have proven that they can't rule a state properly...
Most Assyrians will probably leave
 

mrzurnaci

Active member
I'm not too worried, the PYD cannot keep Assyrian nationalism in a plate forever considering that Nationalism spreads like wild fire. They can't assassinate us all, especially in an age where information travels within a day.
 

Cascade

Active member
mrzurnaci said:
I'm not too worried, the PYD cannot keep Assyrian nationalism in a plate forever considering that Nationalism spreads like wild fire. They can't assassinate us all, especially in an age where information travels within a day.
Make that within minutes.
 

Cascade

Active member
Domanic said:
So true.. and I read the news two hours a day, i'm addicted to reading the news.
of course lol with your constant news posts anyone can tell that you love the news....
 
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