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STATEMENT OF OAKKE ON THE PARIS MASSACRE

 

DOWN WITH ISLAMOFASCISTS” MEANS WEAPONS TO THE SYRIAN PEOPLE AND RESISTANCE TO THE PROVOCATIVE INTERVENTIONS

The massive massacre of French citizens by the racist cannibals of the ISIS is the latest of a series of massacres of civilians during the last 10 years in a series of capital cities not only of Europe or of the West but of the whole planet. While genocidal racism – that equates the state policies with the civilian population of the targeted states – is the common ideological line of all those massacres, their political intention is no other than the provocation: that is dragging the country-victim of the attack into becoming the perpetrator of an objectively mistaken or consciously criminal counterattack. The most typical of those provocations has been the Manhattan massacre which caused the devastating for Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as for the U.S., as has been proven, but finally preferable to the Russian diplomacy unjust U.S. invasions in both countries. The second most typical provocation (though earlier in time) has been the massacre of the dwellers of the Moscow blocks-of-flats, which caused, in fact “justified”, Russia’s genocidal counterattack and occupation of Chechnya.  

We have every reason to believe that the Paris massacre is a provocative escalation of the equally provocative massacre of the cartoonists in January, aimed at dragging France and the whole Europe into joining with Putin and Assad in fighting the provocateurs of the ISIS side-by-side. If the ISIS weren’t above all a provocative product they wouldn’t have worsened their position in the endless frontlines of Syria and Iraq by turning the whole Europe against them with the Paris massacre. Nor would they boast of having killed the 200 Russian civilians by shooting down the Russian airplane on the Sinai. On the contrary, Putin’s Russia could triumph diplomatically grace to the Paris massacre, in combination with the Sinai one, if apart from lack of principles Europe demonstrated a total lack of political acumen. This is not only due to the fact that Hollande’s France refused to make an alliance with Assad and the fascist Iran against the ISIS, although she bombarded ISIS, but mostly because a prolonged involvement of the EU on the side of Russia within the framework of a global anti-ISIS alliance would turn Russia from a Hitler invader, splitter and swallower of Ukraine into the saviour of Europe, which would be thus paralyzed.

We should like to believe that the deeply suffering democratic and antifascist French people won’t follow the pro-Russian Hollande in an escalation of his adventurist imperialist intervention on the side of Russia and the U.S. over the body of the bloody long-suffering Syria. The cannibals of the ISIS could be effectively dealt with by the Syrian people alone provided that the European countries and of course the U.S. interventionists stop playing filthy cooperative games with the frontline of the invasion – which is Putin, Assad, and Iran – and do what they have been refusing so far, that is since Assad set out to exterminate civilians of the democratic opposition: give the opposition the appropriate heavy weapons (particularly anti-aircraft weapons) so that they could fight Assad, the ISIS, and the Russian and Iranian airborne and ground interventionists. Besides, hadn’t it been for the calculated initial shouldering with ISIS by Assad and the pro-Iranian Shiites of Iraq, the former would never have expanded in two countries.

In a free democratic Syria, the ISIS would have left not even a few days to live. On the other hand, the defeat of ISIS alone wouldn’t suffice to prevent the people of France and other countries from being slaughtered by the cannibals. For the latter are inside all countries and everywhere antifascist fronts need to be formed that would unite the people against the islamofascists, against white or non-white racists and national-racists, and against classical or pseudo-leftwing fascists. It must also be pointed out that all those international mainstreams, not at all accidentally, love and recognize Russian social-imperialism – the strongest enemy of democratism – as their global centre. In fact, the great bloodshed in the European continent hasn’t yet begun and the handle of the big knife now descending is not in the Middle East but in the Eastern side of Europe, where lays the head of the biggest in size, most diplomatically devious and most well prepared of the two nuclear superpowers.

Athens, November 14, 2015