It is a fact that the pro-PKK - not pro-Kurdish - Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) defended an identity. And it is clearer than everything that the HDP defended the identity of circles that sponsored the PKK terrorist group and its sympathizers. They not only refused to name the PKK as a terrorist organization, but also rejected the "PKK" was taken as a swear word and even as moral injustice. One who is not informed about the 32-year-long terrorism "career" of the PKK, can easily think that the organization is an innocent rights defender.
The HDP does not have any room to determine its own policies, since the control of the party is in the hands of the PKK like Damocles' sword.
And nobody among the HDP is willing to argue that the party is independent of the PKK terror network.
Each member of the party must receive the approval of the "PKK leadership cabinet" based in the Qandil Mountains before filing a candidacy demand for the elections. If a HDP candidate does not have a PKK mention in their "CV," they have to have some reference from the pro-PKK circles. Terrorist activities conducted by the PKK are unquestionable for the HDP factions as the PKK is the "supreme consciousness" of the HDP.
The HDP officials that have strong references from the terrorist network, which is on the terror list of many countries and international bodies, are facing the Turkish authorities.
The questions are very simple so they need to be answered with sincerity alone:
Can a Western parliamentarian express their confidence in a terror network?
Can a Western parliamentarian take part in the funeral of a Daesh terrorist or the militant of any other terrorist organization?
Can the candidates of a political party require approval from a terrorist group?
Police officials of a country who are found guilty of protecting the politicians who commit the abovementioned acts may face rude behavior from some parliamentarians of that party.
You will be welcomed within the HDP to the degree you confirm your attachment to the PKK and show enmity toward the state.
The life and future concerns of Kurds is not a matter of interest for the party as the agenda of the party is run by the PKK.
Currently, the PKK and its affiliate in Syria, the Democratic Union Party (PYD), are considered to be "a conjectural ally" by some Western game-setters - a conjectural alliance, which will mark the dirtiest alliance in the history of our geography.
Will anybody oppose the links between the HDP and the PKK?
"The PKK is about to lose the war," wrote Western media, referring to Kurds pulling their support during the "city war essays" in southeastern towns.
Hence, people in the southeast silently punished the organization, which minimized its problems, concerns and dreams.
Recently, a Turkish call for justice, which was deliberately not answered by HDP members, is being implemented.
As it is all too obvious to see, the people in the cities where these politicians were elected responded to the developments in a mature way.
Instead of playing with the nerves of Turkish society, Turkey's friends should provide sincere support for the stability and welfare of the country.
The Turkish people have the potential to overcome the country's problems. Outside intervention will just end with an exclusion of those who were encouraged by outside whispers. A model suitable to the realities of our country can only be achieved as a result of our own potential.
Let us solve our problems in a national and local framework.
Our dear strategic allies, stop seeing Turkey as one of your chessboards.