It seems Kandil has a deadline for the HDP

It seems Kandil has a deadline for the HDP

How could weapons be drawn so quickly? How could death traps be set so quickly? How could those spiteful attacks be organized against the police and the military so quickly? Could it be any quicker, I wonder, to give out orders to “attack, burn and destroy?” 

If the politicians made a strategic mistake; if we assume this is true, then that means the Kandil Mountain was silent as part of its role. It means it was waiting with fingers on the trigger anyway. 

For this reason, I am saying Kandil has given a deadline to the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP). In other words, when the HDP received so many votes, obviously Kandil was bothered. It was apparently afraid that the power in the mountains would be defeated by the politics of the prairie. 

Yes, now I understand it better. Kandil has given a deadline to the HDP. They were afraid that if a government is formed, then the resolution process would progress and move forward. 

For this reason, they started their murders at the first opportunity. People should die so that hatred increases.

With this attitude, it has also eliminated the HDP. This is because democracy would have removed their reason for existence. Parliamentary struggle would have made those in the mountains dysfunctional. 

Look at where we have arrived. The resolution process, projects to encourage the militants to come down from mountains, wise people, the Oslo process, disarmament and peace calls from outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Öcalan and the Dolmabahçe declaration… 

What has happened now? We are back to days of war and days of terror. Those words such as “sortie, alarm, martyr, operation, raid, troops moved, in the early hours of the morning” – those words that were erased from our daily vocabulary have come back… 

Arms dealers, drug dealers, democracy haters, racism; they have come back. Turkey is once again steering its direction toward the one-way “dead end” street.  

Now, everybody will start the debate “Whose fault was this?”

Yes, they might say it is the fault of the government, or it could be that foreigners framed us; it could be a trick of the PKK. Well, what about Öcalan; what is he doing? 

Well, what will happen now? 

It is not the time to ponder whose fault it is.

The addressee is parliament. This parliament which has been formed with the will of the nation should not lose time with arm-wrestling for a coalition while the pains of lost sons are coming again from every corner of the country. 

Instead of debating and calculating who is what and which party gets which ministries, a government that will work devotedly for the love of the country should be formed. If they cannot form a government, there will be new elections. Right, that is also possible. But this is like telling the people, “You have not made a good decision.” 

If the deputies in the parliament feel the responsibility of the people, then the responsibility of this beautiful country of mine, my flag, my peace and the responsibility of my children also belong to them. 

Silent names

In the resolution process I have been monitoring from the beginning, in addition to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, there are well-intentioned efforts from Abdullah Gül and Dengir Mir Mehmet Fırat as well. There are also intense efforts from Hüseyin Çelik and Beşir Atalay.

There are also indeed Selahattin Demirtaş, Sırrı Süreyya Önder and Ahmet Türk, as well as Sırrı Sakık. Most importantly and no matter who says what, there is Abdullah Öcalan, the person with whom the state is sharing the resolution process. 

What do these people think now, I wonder.

You already know that the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) wants to be the main opposition. If the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and Republican People’s Party (CHP) agree and if the HDP announces that it does not support this coalition, then who will become the main opposition? Both the MHP and the HDP have 80 deputies each… One of my readers has written to ask, what if one deputy transfers to the HDP.
What will Bahçeli do then? 

This question may sound funny, but it is possible…