Sunday, January 27, 2008

Neo-Communism In Central Asia Mirror

Two weeks ago I read a column of Ali Kubeli wherein he glorified the developments in Uzbekistan. And were he called his co-observers of the OESO and other countries (more than 200) partial and imperialist. In fact he is so biased, that I could not believe my eyes.
As everybody knows, Turkish 'sister republics' like Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan etc. are important for several reasons; its strategically locations, energy resources, and much more. That he supports the dictatorial regimes of these countries shows that he is still dreaming of a neo-communistic/anti-democratic Central Asia mirror. Including Turkey, and of course as the Big Brother for these countries.
That he, Ali Kubeli, is a notorious reactionair, becomes obvious. And part of Turkish establishment as well: always putting the finger towards others to blame for.
Or is it envy?

1 comment:

Sincerae (means "Morningstar") said...

Probably envy because poor Turkey is in the unfortunate position of not having enough useful natural resources that the western economies can fight or negotiate over.