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عجب طوفانی و عجیبتر غوغایی

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عجب طوفانی

آشوب زده دریایی،

فلک سیاست را،

جاذبه مرکزی و رأس الخطابها را،

خمار سنگین پسا قدرتِ نشئگی،

در آهنین طسمِ خویش،

به زوال رانده است.

و ما در این کشتی درهم شکسته از خرفتی ایام!

امید نجات،

به ناخداییِ جاروکشان آن یا که رمال بسته ائیم،

تا با هنرِناخدایانه که آن پیشین ناخدا نداشت،

بر امواج تند  این بحر خشمگین،

خدایی!

و این سکان شکسته،  گیج گشته  را،

که قطبنمای هوسناک گشته اش،

اقلیم مرگ را نشانه گرفته است،

به آغوش ساحل و گرمِ زندگی،

برانند!

آن ناخدا که فرا رفته،

همواره خود را خدا خوانده بود،

لاشعور تر از هرزمان،

نشئه و مستانه حال، از برای نجات،

به جادو و جنبل نشسته بود.

و آن سکانِ شفت شکسته را،

چون چرخ هرزه ایی،

نه با دست بلکه با اشاره انگشت،

به چپ و راست لیک، بی هدف،

میگردانده بود.

اما چه سود که او،

ترس زده، پاسخی از این سفینه بدبخت،

دریافت نکرده بود.

تو گویی که امواج تند  و خشمگین بحر،

با پیام  مرگ،

ناخدایی، از ناخدا که هیچ، از خدا هم گرفته بود.

و بستر ژرفناک آن،

سفینه و کشتی و سر نشینان را،

عجول و خطابناک،

به بی بازگشت قعرِ سرد و منجمد خویش،

همانک فرخوانده  بود..

جاشوان که هیچ،  حتی که جاروکشان این سفینه تلخ سرنوشت و گیج،

بر سریر ناخدایی نشسته.

هریک خود را ماژالان*خوانده بود!

“تاریک دمِ”  حکمرانی این چاقوکش سالاری، بر امُت بزرگ گرامی باد!

ح ت

* دریانورد معروف پرتقالی قرن ۱۵

 

 

 

 

ثروتمند سابق روسیه از احتمال انقلابی دیگر درآن کشورسخن میگوید

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Mikhail-Khodorkovskij

 هگنار نروژ

شنبه ۰۴ اکتبر

Oligark advarer om russiske revolusjon: – Det kan bli et nytt 1917

Tidligere mangemilliardær og motstander av Vladimir Putin ser nye russisk revolusjon.

Artikkel av: Eline Hvamstad (Hegnar.no – 4.10.14 08:01)

Den tidligere oligarken Mikhail Khodorkovskij, som satt ti år i fengsel i Russland, advarer om ny revolusjon i landet, ifølge Bloomberg News.

Michail Khodorkovskij var en av landets rikeste menn, med en formue på nærmere 100 milliarder kroner. Han finansierte opposisjonspartier i Russland og var en tydelig motstander av Vladimir Putin. Han mistet imdilertid mye av sin innflytelse da han ble dømt til fengsel for skattebrudd og pengevask.

Oligarken hevdet hele tiden at han var uskyldig, men ble likevel dømt til ti år i fengsel.

Han advarer nå om den økonomiske krisen i Russland som kan føre landet inn på en voldsom vei, ikke ulikt det som hendte i 1917, da tsarens enevelde gikk til grunne, Lenin kom til makten og Sovjetunionen ble grunnlagt.

– Alle autoritære regimer, særlig de som ikke er basert på ideologi, men et enkelt individ, er svært ustabile. Det er slik Putin fungerer, sier Khodorkovskij i et intervju med TV-journalist Charlie Rose, skriver Bloomberg.

 

Mixed Reaction to Kurdish Fight against Iran

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Haji Jundi, a prominent KDPI commander currently based in Germany, said the time is right for armed struggle but the parties don’t have enough experienced fighters. He said he expects the fighters could suffer losses in the early stages but will gradually gain experience

By FUAD HAQIQI ۲ hours ago

Other Iranian Kurdish opposition groups are split on the KDPI’s new armed campaign against Iran.
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—A Kurdish rebel group’s battles with Iran is drawing a mixed response from other opposition groups that have pledged to lay down their arms against the Islamic Republic.The Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI’s) fights with the Iranian military in Iran last month marked the first clashes between the two in years. Several Iranian Kurdish rebel groups including KDPI are based in Iraqi Kurdistan, but most agreed to respect the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) demand that they not carry out armed operations against the Islamic Republic.KDPI, however, has claimed responsibility for the recent battles just over the border in Iran and announced that they are deploying their fighters to Iran for “political activities,” apparently in defiance of the KRG’s stance.

The fighting, which began in mid-September, has mostly occurred outside of the Kurdish Iranian cities of Sardasht and Piranshahr and has killed at least five Iranian soldiers and several Kurdish rebels. An Iranian army commander and a KDPI fighter were killed and several others wounded last week in a clash in Shino.

Despite the concerns of the KRG, which has allowed KDPI and other Iranian Kurdish opposition groups to use the region as a base for decades, KDPI senior official Omer Balaki announced the group will not retreat from the Iranian Kurdistan.

He said KDPI’s fighters “have been inside Iranian Kurdistan and they are conducting political activities. It is very normal that the Iranian government won’t stand for this. We will continue our path,” Balaki added.

In a sign of increased tensions with the KRG, KDPI officials have recently refused to meet with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) which runs security along the Iraqi side of the border in the north.

Officials from Iraq’s Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), which has strained relations with Iran but brokered a major peace deal between the Islamic Republic and Kurdish rebels in 2011, have refused to comment the uptick in fighting.

Other Iranian Kurdish opposition groups are split on the KDPI’s new armed campaign against Iran.

Karim Karimi, a senior official with the Kurdistan Tailors’ Movement, said his group is ready to fight.

“We will support any Kurdish political parties that fight the Islamic Republic,” he said.
ALast year, KDPI fighters called for attacking Iran but the party’s leadership rejected the proposal.

The Kurdistan Revolutionary Tailors’ Movement, another Iranian Kurdish opposition group, supports civil resiAstance against the Islamic Republic but is not speaking out against KDPI.

Senior leader Anwar Mohammadi said, “Each party will decide for itself on its form of struggle.”

The Kurdistan Freedom Party, which has fought along with Peshmerga against Islamic State militants in the Kurdistan Region, believes that the current environment is “not appropriate” for armed activities and such activities would damage the interests of the Kurdistan Region, said Rizgar Abaszade, a member of the party’s leadership.

Haji Jundi, a prominent KDPI commander currently based in Germany, said the time is right for armed struggle but the parties don’t have enough experienced fighters. He said he expects the fighters could suffer losses in the early stages but will gradually gain experience.

Kamil Nuranifard, a member of the Kurdistan Struggle Agency leadership committee, told Rudaw, “We support any armed activities against the Islamic Republic.”

As to whether the Kurdistan Struggle Agency is willing to fight Iran, Nuranifard said, “Why not? If we have a good opportunity we will resume armed struggle.”