The Great Controversy in the Turbulence of Future Waves

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by: Massab Mohammadi

 In a time when everything from global tensions and the outbreak of the Third World War has gone out of control, and governments in the world have been subjected to general paralysis and mental retardation, the author believes that the world has been dragged into madness and, in fact, There is a dramatic and promising scheme between the rumors and the apparent incident, which this plan belongs to those who think that the human story has not yet come to an end and has just begun.

Today, a strong wave envelops a huge part of the world and creates a strange world. In this confusing atmosphere, businessmen swim against uneven economic flows. Permanent politicians see fluctuations in their popularity among people, and value systems collapse and collapse. With a superficial view of these violent developments, they can be seen as signs of instability, collapse and disaster. But if we take a little bit of the facts of everyday life and look at these developments with a wider perspective, much truth will come to our attention and we will see other flows going on. I begin my analysis so much that many of the current changes are not independent of each other, and thus their occurrence is not accidental.

The gap in the nuclear family, the energy crisis, the emergence of terrorist groups and fascist movements, etc., all seem to be unconnected events, while the picture is perfectly true.

 These events, and many other events and events, have all come together. In fact, they are part of a wider phenomenon: “The rise of modern civilization.” Until we look at these events individually and ignore the extent of their meaning, we will not be able to find a coherent and effective answer for them. In that case, as individuals, personal decisions will be left without purpose or self-control, and as governments, we will go from crisis to crisis and without plans, without hope and without insight into the future. Without a systematic framework to understand the collision of forces in today’s world, we will be like the ship occupants who are caught in a stormy storm and open up the ridge without compromising or sea-level mapping. This new civilization is so profoundly revolutionary that it invalidates our old presuppositions. The old ways of thinking, the old formulas, the dogmatic sentences, and the ideologies, no matter how much they relied on or used in the past, no longer fit the facts of the day. A world that quickly develops from the confrontation of new values ​​and technologies, new geopolitical relations, new ways of life and communication, requires completely new ideas and analogies and concepts. In this age, unscrupulous people everywhere try to suppress the new civilization that is taking shape. This civilization will bring with itself new forms of economic system, new political conflicts and, above all, transformed consciousness.

This big event, which will be like a modern civilization, is a “new Middle East” in which “Kurds” will be the main actor and international powers and other regional powers can’t thwart the Kurds against each other. But there are two issues here: is the union going on or the civil war continues? Because in case of occurrence of each situation it will be different to Kurdish power. For Kurds as a single nation in several different lands, the creation of several independent sovereignty (federalism) is more likely to be based on different political foundations in the new Middle East.

 There are basically two arguments: firstly, the emergence of the Islamic State as an existential threat to the neighboring Kurdish borders and survival in their historical land can unite the Kurds. As you nationalism, you are supposed to ignore the ideological differences among the Kurdish factional groups. This argument tends to be more likely to lead to a large Kurdistan across the Middle East. The second argument is that various Kurdish groups have a profound historical and ideological difference, so that competition is more likely than unity, even in the face of the Islamic State’s threat. However, this possibility can be misleading. But there is also a third way that is usually overlooked, which is the coexistence of rival Kurdish groups, despite differences and several governments. This makes it possible to build the “Kurdish New World”, like the Arab world in the Arab Middle East. The Middle East structure of the Kurds is not necessarily about the Kurdish ambitions of intolerance, but about common cultural identities, common memories, and similar challenges within their historical homeland.

 Instead of a political unity or domestic union, the Kurdish Middle East could become a region with multiple Kurdish sovereignty with a common cultural identity. Today, there is a possibility of the competitive thinking and conflicting interests of various Kurdish groups, and the general thoughts of the Kurds are that they are heavily involved in making and cutting across the borders with self-awareness of themselves, and not the agents and tools of others. This psychological independence is the result of the creation of a modern Kurdish world throughout the Middle East. This historical imposition of a dispersed and disturbed world of Kurdish tribal lands is a prestigious, self-conscious, and existential cause of diplomatic political geography.

About the author:

Masaab Mohammadi is a freelance journalist and senior international affairs expert, political and international affairs analyst who writes about middle east and especially about Iran and Kurdistan.

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