The current situation of the 30 to 40 million Kurds who live in Iraq, Turkey, Syria and Iran, is somewhat analogous to Poland towards the end of the First World War in 1918. Poland was partitioned and governed by Prussia, Austria and Russia for over 150 years, while the Polish people yearned for freedom from foreign oppression. The chaos at the end of the war created an opportunity for the Poles to demand and obtain independence supported by France, UK and USA.
The Versailles Peace Treaty restored a free Poland with the Curzon Line as its eastern frontier. The newly independent state did not accept that decision. They formed an army from previous conscripts who served in the forces of the occupying powers, successfully fought the Soviet Union, and regained the eastern lands with Polish populations.
Kurdish people deserve freedom and independence, and the Western Powers should move quickly to make it possible. Kurdistan already has an excellent army, the Peshmerga, an efficient police, and special forces, well equipped with US and Russian tanks and guns. All it needs now is diplomatic recognition as a sovereign state and international support. It is also well endowed with oil and has all the potential to become a wealthy and influential economy in the area.
Such Kurdistan can become rapidly effective as a major force cooperating with USA, Israel, and Western European nations. Its effectiveness could be enhanced by immediate supply of additional weapons, drones, combat aircraft, and knowhow required to keep Sunni, Shiite and ISIS militants at bay.
A formal alliance with Israel would be particularly productive. The Kurdish forces and Israeli commandoes were reported to have already cooperated in destroying Iranian nuclear facilities in previous years. In the future Kurdistan could become a nuclear partner and together with Israel keep order in the region.
The obvious solution is to create a ring of nuclear states around Iran starting with Israel, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, that already voiced their resolve to go nuclear if Iran acquires the atom bomb.
Whatever happens we must take steps to survive nuclear terror attacks from unknown quarters, or nuclear terror blackmail by means of smuggled nuclear weapons or flown over by private drones across our borders.
The administration has a secret Continuity of Government survival program in Washington. Introduction of martial law follows when a second nuclear explosion takes place, but the common people are not protected in any way. As a result we are developing a "Continuity of Business Under Nuclear Terror Conditions" E-Guide which will be published later on Amazon Kindle for use on a variety of mobile devices, tablets, laptops, and PC's.
Nuclear Terror Geopolitics Research
21st Century Research has been researching nuclear weapons, materials and know-how proliferation around the world for years. As a result we already published several E-Titles dealing with this increasingly important topic. Links below provide additional details about those projects.
HOW THEY STOPPED HITLER’S NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM
A COLD WAR LOVE AFFAIR
A GUIDE TO FOREIGN OBAMA CARTOONS
About 21st Century Research
Bohdan O. Szuprowicz, President of 21st Century Research, arrived in the Unites States soon after the Russians launched the Sputnik satellite in 1957. He was recruited by Boeing in Seattle as an engineer and later he joined General Dynamics and IBM, whence he moved to the Center for Economic and Industrial Research Inc. headquartered in Washington DC. He began writing articles about progress of automation in many industries and became the editor of High Technology West, a subsidiary of the newspaper California Business in Los Angeles. This was followed by a round-the-world trip to evaluate computerization in many countries of Africa, Australasia and Europe and included a special visit to Vietnam to observe use of information technology under wartime conditions.
He founded the 21st Century Research consultancy in 1974 and collaborated with Chase Manhattan Bank in setting up a market research operation to evaluate opportunities in China, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. He traveled frequently to those areas and crossed Checkpoint Charlie to East Berlin on several occasions. He also toured South Africa to observe apartheid environments and met with independence fighters in Namibia. His work on network planning earned him an invitation to present it at the International Symposium on Operations Research for Developing Countries in Paris.
As a result of his experiences and research into global geopolitics, he published “Doing Business with People’s Republic of China” and “How to Avoid Strategic Materials Shortages” with John Wiley & Sons, as well as “How to Invest in Strategic Metals” with St. Martin’s Press. He also published “Multimedia Networking” with McGraw-Hill, which included Japanese and Korean editions and “Multimedia Tools for Managers” developed for AMACOM. Szuprowicz also collaborated for several years with Computer Technology Research, and published 15 corporate reports about search engines, multimedia, Internet marketing, and various networking technologies.
He also published hundreds of articles in many countries in journals such as Les Affaires, Atlanta Constitution, Australian Financial News, Barron’s Weekly, Bull & Bear, Business South Africa, California Business, Canadian Business, China Business Review, Christian Science Monitor, Computerworld, Denver Post, Dun’s Review, Eurofinance, Financial Post, Investment Dealers Digest, IPO Reporter, Japan Economic Journal, National Investment & Finance of India, Newsday, Newsweek International, New Scientist, Oficinas, Polish Daily, Singapore Times, Skrzydlata Polska, Usine Nouvelle, Wall Street Microinvestor, Wall Street Transcript, ZeroUno and many others.
Szuprowicz is an active member of the British Schools and Universities Club, the Schiehallion Club of Kinloch Rannoch, Republican Club of South Sarasota County, National Rifle Association, Sarasota Fiction Writers, Sarasota Authors Connection, Sarasota Writers Forum, Sarasota Camera Club, Sarasota PC Users Group, and was previously a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society.