Neo-fascism is a new threat to the Yazidis in the post-Soviet world

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Read: 587     12:30     26 Июль 2021    

The fact that we Yazidis are facing big problems, unfortunately, has already become something commonplace. Despite this, the Yazidis have always been looking for a safe place to live in peace and develop. For these reasons, Yazidis often migrated to better countries in search of a stable future. In the post-Soviet world, Yazidis most often chose countries such as Georgia, Armenia and Russia for a safe life. Every Yazidi in these countries finds a corner in which he lives and develops, while always holding an apolitical position.

In recent years, ultra-right parties or movements (neo-fascism) have become more active in the post-Soviet countries.

First, I would like to note and explain a little what neo-fascism is:

"The scientific assessment of the concept of "neo-fascism" depends on what meaning is put in the prefix "neo". If we give it a substantial meaning to the content or structure, ideology or political strategy, then serious doubts arise about the validity of such a definition. After all, all the studies of the phenomena designated by this word show that despite the prefix "neo", the essence of fascism has not changed.”

Consequently, the world has not yet eradicated fascism, due to the fact that the mentality of some "people" does not want and cannot accept tolerant and humanitarian ideas. It is easier for such an "individual" (unicellular) to put his nationality above others. Given the increased unemployment, the pandemic has embittered even more of these very far right. In connection with the recent events in Georgia, protests against people with non-traditional orientation are increasingly taking place, these are not just protesting, but violence against humanity. The question will arise from caring people, what can we expect from these unicellular ones next? How quickly can they turn the arrow of hatred towards national minorities, including the Yazidis? Considering that there were cases when neo-fascists beat and killed Yazidis.

What does it mean for us Yazidis, who have always been friendly to all nationalities and have always been neutral to politics, now we will have to look back when returning home?

 

Author-David Babaev





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newayazidi   #neofascism   #yazidiofgeorgia  



Neo-fascism is a new threat to the Yazidis in the post-Soviet world

2021/07/50654-1627282579.jpg
Read: 588     12:30     26 Июль 2021    

The fact that we Yazidis are facing big problems, unfortunately, has already become something commonplace. Despite this, the Yazidis have always been looking for a safe place to live in peace and develop. For these reasons, Yazidis often migrated to better countries in search of a stable future. In the post-Soviet world, Yazidis most often chose countries such as Georgia, Armenia and Russia for a safe life. Every Yazidi in these countries finds a corner in which he lives and develops, while always holding an apolitical position.

In recent years, ultra-right parties or movements (neo-fascism) have become more active in the post-Soviet countries.

First, I would like to note and explain a little what neo-fascism is:

"The scientific assessment of the concept of "neo-fascism" depends on what meaning is put in the prefix "neo". If we give it a substantial meaning to the content or structure, ideology or political strategy, then serious doubts arise about the validity of such a definition. After all, all the studies of the phenomena designated by this word show that despite the prefix "neo", the essence of fascism has not changed.”

Consequently, the world has not yet eradicated fascism, due to the fact that the mentality of some "people" does not want and cannot accept tolerant and humanitarian ideas. It is easier for such an "individual" (unicellular) to put his nationality above others. Given the increased unemployment, the pandemic has embittered even more of these very far right. In connection with the recent events in Georgia, protests against people with non-traditional orientation are increasingly taking place, these are not just protesting, but violence against humanity. The question will arise from caring people, what can we expect from these unicellular ones next? How quickly can they turn the arrow of hatred towards national minorities, including the Yazidis? Considering that there were cases when neo-fascists beat and killed Yazidis.

What does it mean for us Yazidis, who have always been friendly to all nationalities and have always been neutral to politics, now we will have to look back when returning home?

 

Author-David Babaev





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newayazidi   #neofascism   #yazidiofgeorgia