It is not possible to encounter many people in European Parliament at the moment. Parliament members and their assistants are on vacation. In fact, the EU capital Brussels is on vacation altogether.
While European Parliament members, their assistants, EU Commission officers and other diplomats are enjoying the sea and sun at holiday destinations, people living in Turkey are concerned about their lives. They avoid going to crowded places because in Turkey, the PKK terrorist organization can abduct an ambulance carrying a pregnant woman. Or it can attempt to burn people by throwing Molotov cocktails at packed public buses. Civilians might be victimized by the PKK at malls, on trams, buses, in city centers, schools or hospitals. In short, everywhere. Unfortunately, some have already been victimized.
Faysal Sarıyıldız, a newly elected deputy from the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), the party controlled by the PKK and promoted by German Green Party Co-Chair Cem Özdemir before the June 7 general elections, was recently apprehended at a border gate. Various weapons including three rocket launchers, four M-16 rifles, 25 hand grenades were found in Sarıyıldız's vehicle. He was present in the car with his driver and apparently was trying to bring the weapons and bombs from Syria into Turkey by making use of his identity as a deputy.
Fortunately, this terrorist deputy was apprehended and the weapons and bombs he tried to sneak into Turkey will not take innocent lives. Now it is evident whom the German Green Party promoted. They are terrorists, which is shocking. A deputy of the party supported by the Greens, whose four fundamental principles include "being against violence" carries weapons and bombs for terrorists. I wonder what the electorate in Germany thinks about this. A German party that promotes a party supporting terrorism is the fourth party in the Bundestag, which is a shame.
Also, there are doubts over the possibility that the PKK might be behind the bomb attack that claimed the lives of two people at the HDP's Diyarbakır rally on June 5, two days before the elections. Following this bomb attack, the HDP was able to exceed the 10 percent election threshold in the general elections. This possibility would not surprise us since we already know what kind of a terrorist organization the PKK is. The PKK conducted the election propaganda activities of the HDP, which was supported by the German Green Party,
People have been threatened by the PKK not only in southeastern Turkey, but also in big cities such as Istanbul and İzmir. Many Kurdish families cast ballots upon the PKK threats that their villages would be set on fire and their children would be in danger if they did not vote for the HDP. The HDP enjoyed a 100 percent vote share in some villages for the first time in history, which somehow did not catch the attention of the electoral watchdogs from the EU. But if the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) happened to receive 100 percent of the from only a few ballot boxes, who knows what kind of protests the European Parliament or the German Green Party would raise.
Our European friends and politicians based in Brussels who act like terrorist activities are only conducted by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) and who think that they could eradicate ISIS with the help of other terrorist organizations such as the Democratic Union Party (PYD) and the PKK are making a great mistake. Terror cannot be destroyed by terror. In this way, only new and more threatening terrorist organizations emerge and gain strength while another is being destroyed.
This is exactly what is happening in Syria, Iraq and Turkey right now.
The recent bomb attack in Şanlıurfa province's Suruç district in which 32 young people were killed as a result of a suicide bombing by an ISIS militant has not yet been explained. The youth all over Turkey got on buses headed to Suruç with the aim of sending toys to children in Kobani. Some facts are still confusing. No children are left in Kobani. It is currently a war zone and ISIS and the PYD and PKK are fighting there. In other words, there are only armed terrorists in Kobani. Besides, the majority of the youth who were said to be going to Kobani to help children did not have passports. So, they had no way of getting into Kobani. More interestingly, when the bomb attack took place, no HDP member was present at the scene of the incident.
Following this dubious bomb attack for which ISIS is suspected to a great extent and which was confusing, the PKK suddenly started a series of attacks all over the country. Within a few days, three police officers, four military officers and four civilians were murdered by the PKK while 35 civilians were abducted, including a pregnant woman, some health officers and some construction workers. Attacks were organized on public halls. Electricity transformers were destroyed and construction vehicles and trucks were set on fire.
In this way, the fact that was revealed on the eve of June 7 general elections has become more apparent. The reconciliation process, which aimed at ending the war and relieving the pain of both Turks and Kurds and which was progressing with great success between Turkey and the "Kurds favoring peace" was disturbing the PKK war barons who benefited from war and some factors who do not want Turkey to have peace and stability. Particularly, the imprisoned PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan's siding with peace during the process and his call on the PKK to disarm annoyed the PKK war barons who acted as paid legionaries, or better said, subcontractors under the command of foreign forces.
They completely seized control of the HDP. While deceiving the public in western Turkey and Europe by showing HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş as a peace dove, they provided the required vote share for the HDP with terror threats. They also ruled out the leadership role of Öcalan by enabling the HDP to receive a 13 percent of the vote. As you can see, neither the HDP nor the PKK care about Öcalan nowadays.
We call all our good-willed addressees in Brussels and other major EU capitals such as Berlin to ponder the points I have listed above.
Turkey has been with you in the fight against ISIS from the very beginning. However, you have left us alone in our fight against the PKK and the PYD terrorist organizations.
A permanent victory over ISIS is possible only through eradicating all the terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq, including the dictator, Syrian President Bashar Assad, who is in the position of being the president of a state of terror.
While you are on vacation lying under the sun and sipping your drinks on the beach, we are praying for our military and police officers who are fighting against at least three terrorist organizations. We are living on full alert, expecting a terrorist attack at any moment. We are concerned about our children's safety.We only want you to comprehend the fact that there is no such thing as "my terrorist" or "your terrorist" and to side with the fight against all terrorist organizations for the sake of humanity.