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Ferhat Mehenni wins the battle of the street.


The Kabyle writer Youcef Zirem wrote after the great march of Paris April 17, 2016:

“This is a founding day, this day will not be forgoten in the collective memory. It is a Parisian march who pushes France-Algeria relations to reports into another stage… from now on, nothing will be as before … “.

Knowing the visionary views of the writer, his affirmation is actually the reality of the situation of the Kabyle sovereignty claim .

Today Kabyle independentists, leaded by Ferhat Mehenni, consolidated an important part of the battle of Kabylia for emancipation. They are at a turning point of history, which in the best case, will spell the end of servitude to a moribund Algerian state.

Today antagonisms are clear and assumed. On one side the Kabyle people and its street peacefully opening to recover his freedom. A Kabyle street definitively acquired to the ideals of democracy and secularism. A Kabyle public opinion rid forever of Islamist obscurantism. A Kabyle people who assume itself as such and practice a political culture imprinted of pacifism and humanism. A people connected solidly with its political class.

On the other side an Algerian junta at end of cycle. A dying president who will eventually take over in his grave the little pride remaining to the “Algerian”. A grossly misguided and Islamized street to defend monetary and mercantile claims. A public opinion playing hands to approach the corrupt Chiefs . A “people” disoriented that expensively pay the damaged product of his school.

Despite the ostracism and boycott by the media of the two Mediterranean shores of this historic march, the future is bright. The support shown by Bernard-Henri Lévy to this popular demonstration seems to sting to the heart the torpor of algerianist scribblers.

Translated from k24.live

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This entry was posted on 18/04/2016 by in Freedom of speech, Historie, Kolonialism, Politikk and tagged , , .
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