Shvan Parvar: Nationalism against the Yazidi people

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Read: 963     12:30     17 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

The greatest Kurdish singer of the twentieth century, who glorified the national liberation struggle of the Kurds, with the change of the political situation in the early 2000s, changed his political beliefs.

In the eyes of many patriotic Kurds, Shvan Parvar has descended from a folk singer-inspirer and fighter for the rights of Kurds to the level of a small-time conformist singer serving the political interests of enemies. And the thing is that when his popularity gradually began to decline in the early 2000s, and creativity began to decline, since the original ideological component was lost. He began to burn out as a creative person. Realizing this, Schwan began to rehabilitate himself in the eyes of his Kurdish people, but he does it with rather destructive methods. Having adopted the formula of nationalism "one country— one nation", sublimating his failures and failures into hatred, he splashes it out on the most vulnerable people surrounded by Kurds — the Yezidis. Increasingly, we are beginning to observe how Schwan, in various interviews and at conferences, speaks out about the Yezidis, their religion, traditions and saints in a humiliating form. He calls on the Yezidis to change their traditions, betray centuries-old religious canons in order to become "true Kurds." His arrogance has no limits. Insulting the Yezidis, he appears, then in the image of a philosopher, then in the image of a historian, then in the image of a great politician.

Parvar is trying to expose the Yezidis as ignorant ignoramuses, and himself and the Kurdish people as progressive. Perhaps close communication with his new friends, led by Masoud Barzani, influenced his current worldview and mental state, or did Yezidophobia sit deep in some Kurds initially and surface under certain circumstances? But the fact remains that Shvan Parvar is trying to raise his rating on Kurdish national chauvinism. Insulting the Yezidis and their traditions, he is likened to the Islamists and terrorists who committed the genocide of the Yezidis in August 2014. Watching him, one gets the impression that this religious intolerance towards the Yezidis, which he skillfully disguises under Kurdish national patriotism, originated in him a long time ago. After the genocide, the Yezidis react quite sharply to anti-Yezidi attacks and, using this, Shvan Parvar tries to provoke them to retaliatory violent actions in order to further expose himself as a victim and thereby discredit the Yezidis even more. And, unfortunately, his Yezidophobia, covered by Kurdish national patriotism, finds approval in the Kurdish society, and what is more surprising, finds approval among the so-called false "Kurdo-Yezidis" who are trying to replace the Yezidi ethno-religious identity with Kurdism. Over the past two or three decades, these so-called "Kurdo-Yezidis" (Yezidis who betrayed their people's religion) have repeatedly publicly spoken in the Kurdish media and on the Internet in a derogatory form about the Yezidi identity and negatively or distort the religion and traditions of their ancestors. All this was systematically done by them for the sake of destroying the Yezidi ethno-religious identity and further transforming the Yezidis into "true Kurds".

Ezidipress

«In Georgia and Armenia, the so-called "Yezidi Kurds" who betrayed the Yezidi people, religion, history, culture and traditions became gentiles and sectarians.
Inspired by the likes of Shvan Parvar, the likes of him agitate the Yezidi youth against their people. Through bribes and promises of employment, they force Yezidis to call themselves Kurds-Yezidis, which is wrong.
Dear Yezidis, be vigilant and do not indulge in temptations and lies





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Shvan Parvar: Nationalism against the Yazidi people

2022/01/7-1642408214.jpg
Read: 964     12:30     17 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

The greatest Kurdish singer of the twentieth century, who glorified the national liberation struggle of the Kurds, with the change of the political situation in the early 2000s, changed his political beliefs.

In the eyes of many patriotic Kurds, Shvan Parvar has descended from a folk singer-inspirer and fighter for the rights of Kurds to the level of a small-time conformist singer serving the political interests of enemies. And the thing is that when his popularity gradually began to decline in the early 2000s, and creativity began to decline, since the original ideological component was lost. He began to burn out as a creative person. Realizing this, Schwan began to rehabilitate himself in the eyes of his Kurdish people, but he does it with rather destructive methods. Having adopted the formula of nationalism "one country— one nation", sublimating his failures and failures into hatred, he splashes it out on the most vulnerable people surrounded by Kurds — the Yezidis. Increasingly, we are beginning to observe how Schwan, in various interviews and at conferences, speaks out about the Yezidis, their religion, traditions and saints in a humiliating form. He calls on the Yezidis to change their traditions, betray centuries-old religious canons in order to become "true Kurds." His arrogance has no limits. Insulting the Yezidis, he appears, then in the image of a philosopher, then in the image of a historian, then in the image of a great politician.

Parvar is trying to expose the Yezidis as ignorant ignoramuses, and himself and the Kurdish people as progressive. Perhaps close communication with his new friends, led by Masoud Barzani, influenced his current worldview and mental state, or did Yezidophobia sit deep in some Kurds initially and surface under certain circumstances? But the fact remains that Shvan Parvar is trying to raise his rating on Kurdish national chauvinism. Insulting the Yezidis and their traditions, he is likened to the Islamists and terrorists who committed the genocide of the Yezidis in August 2014. Watching him, one gets the impression that this religious intolerance towards the Yezidis, which he skillfully disguises under Kurdish national patriotism, originated in him a long time ago. After the genocide, the Yezidis react quite sharply to anti-Yezidi attacks and, using this, Shvan Parvar tries to provoke them to retaliatory violent actions in order to further expose himself as a victim and thereby discredit the Yezidis even more. And, unfortunately, his Yezidophobia, covered by Kurdish national patriotism, finds approval in the Kurdish society, and what is more surprising, finds approval among the so-called false "Kurdo-Yezidis" who are trying to replace the Yezidi ethno-religious identity with Kurdism. Over the past two or three decades, these so-called "Kurdo-Yezidis" (Yezidis who betrayed their people's religion) have repeatedly publicly spoken in the Kurdish media and on the Internet in a derogatory form about the Yezidi identity and negatively or distort the religion and traditions of their ancestors. All this was systematically done by them for the sake of destroying the Yezidi ethno-religious identity and further transforming the Yezidis into "true Kurds".

Ezidipress

«In Georgia and Armenia, the so-called "Yezidi Kurds" who betrayed the Yezidi people, religion, history, culture and traditions became gentiles and sectarians.
Inspired by the likes of Shvan Parvar, the likes of him agitate the Yezidi youth against their people. Through bribes and promises of employment, they force Yezidis to call themselves Kurds-Yezidis, which is wrong.
Dear Yezidis, be vigilant and do not indulge in temptations and lies





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis