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OPEN LETTER TO THE

SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

AND

TO THE PRESIDENCE OF THE INDIAN REPUBLIC

From: Sardar PISHDARE,

Kurd Oil and Greater Kurdistan Homeland Movement

Date: February 20, 2006

Gentlemen

As my KURD OIL movement has demonstrated and described, Greater Kurdistan is well endowed with oil and gas resources. This has not escaped your attention.

It has not escaped our attention that the examples of Tibet, Kashmir and Sikkim show that you have acted, on occasions, to the detriment of the independence, liberty and self-determination of sovereign peoples, and to the detriment of their Human Rights. Your image and reputation in the International Community of Nations is necessarily tarnished by this.

Your recent and growing interests in Syrian Kurdistan and Iranian Kurdistan are solely motivated by your desire for oil and gas resources, but unlike Tibet, Kashmir or Sikkim the Kurdish people and nation is strong and united. We number about 50 Million, similar to the population of Spain, 2 times that of Holland, or 6 times that of Switzerland.

We will give no support, aid or cooperation to any foreign power which attempts to exploit the current situation, and the injustice we the Kurds suffer, and ignores our legitimate calls for Nationhood.

GREATER KURDISTAN

When China and India were powerless colonial possessions and subject to divide-and-rule by foreign powers, in 1918-1923, Greater Kurdistan then existed as a recognized national entity with full sovereignty of its natural resources. At that time, if you had been national entities, and were not powerless colonial possessions, all and any attempts by you to gain access to Greater Kurdistan’s oil and gas resources would have required our agreement and approval.

THE EUROPEAN UNION

Greater Kurdistan is the inevitable and inescapable link between the European Union, soon of 27 nations, and the Middle East. The rights and liberties of all autonomous and traditional peoples are recognized, by treaty, in the European Community of Communities.

Greater Kurdistan today includes territories, occupied by Kurdish peoples that since 1923 or later are claimed and dominated by Syria, Turkey and Iran. That part of Iraq which is a de facto part of Greater Kurdistan now enjoys nearly complete autonomy and is under full control of the Kurdish people.

Greater Kurdistan, as an autonomous entity within the enlarged European Union, will include those parts of Syria and Iran which are today of interest to Chinese and Indian oil interests. The present on-the-ground presence of Kurdish communities in these areas and regions of Greater Kurdistan is a fact that you will accept and accede to.

NO COOPERATION WITHOUT RECOGNITION

Your desire to rapidly produce and export Kurdish Oil will require full cooperation by us in those regions where you intend to enter, produce and prospect, and export our national oil resources. At the same time, you refuse all rational, legitimate and seemly debate of the so-called “Kurdish Question”, and our demands for rapid accession to full national status, or at very least full regional autonomy in all those regions of Greater Kurdistan where our presence is dominant and traditional.

We repeat that no aid, support or cooperation will be forthcoming from us if there is no acceptance by you of our legitimate demands for Kurdish Homeland.

APPEAL TO EUROPEAN UNION

We are apprised that the European nations and communities also seek secure and abundant supplies of Oil and Gas at firm and fair prices. Our proximity to Europe and our long history of cultural and historical linkage to the European nations and communities clearly provides Greater Kurdistan with attractive alternatives to the present actions of Chinese and Indian interests. This will be under unequal, unfair and unjust conditions, which ignore our legitimate claims to national identity and autonomy at least equal to that enjoyed, for example by the Catalonians, Welsh, Basques or Scottish.

REQUEST FOR TREATY

We propose that you enter immediately into full and fair discussion of all matters and questions concerning your proposed entry into Kurdish regions and territories, for the development and extraction of Kurd Oil.

We continue by proposing that you work with Greater Kurdistan’s traditional and popular leadership to resolve all questions of peace and security for your operations, with those existing, present and future powers in Syria, Turkey, and Iran.

At that time, on resolution of all these matters, we propose the establishment of just and equal treaties for the rational development of Greater Kurdistan’s national resources, including hydrocarbon resources, to the benefit of all.

Mr Sardar PISHDARE

KURD OIL  LONDON, UK

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