HBDH Sakine Cansiz Revenge Militia: A Factory Owned by AKP Set on Fire

Published January 12, 2021

HBDH Sakine Cansiz Revenge Militia: A Factory Owned by AKP Set on Fire

On January 10, 2021, around 10:00 in the morning, the production factory of Gülcihan Koltuk AŞ, which has sales stores of various names in Bursa Kestel district, was set on fire. The owners of the factory that we target as the HBDH Sakine Cansiz Revenge Militia are ideologically and economically one of the fascist cells of the AKP.

The people are getting poorer, the AKP gangs are getting richer. They provide this wealth not by hard work but by exploitation and colonization, by stealing what is ours. These classes, which employ the workers as slaves and hold the means of production, are the true owners of power and the state, plundering the country, nature and labor, and continue their pleasure. They are plundering the labor inside and the Kurdistan geography outside. They want to continue colonialism by adding the regions of Eyn-Isa and Til-Temir to the lands they occupy in Rojava.

HBDH is fighting against the fascist colonial power that the people of Kurdistan and Turkey are also fighting. Workers and laborers in Turkey will not be able to overthrow capitalism liberated from the domination of money. HBDH fights for a country without classes and exploitation, for a world ruled by workers.

Kurdish people were colonized, regulated by the occupation of each geography, language, identity. We want to interrupt and dispose of this fascist power that causes the collapse of the Kurdish people. The fascist power maintains its power by turning the peoples against each other and dividing the workers.

HBDH is fighting for a country where peoples can live equally and freely. We will demolish fascism, Turkey and the exploitation of the working class to destroy the colonialists. Revolutionary mobilization is united towards the mobilization of the oppressed Kurdish people. Today there is increased anger about fascism in Turkey and it is our wish to get rid of it altogether. Our action is a sign of Sakine Cansiz, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez’s commitment to the will of freedom and will to fight.