When we were younger, there was a cartoon called Voltron. Five independent robots would come together to form the Voltron when they came across a strong enemy.
Do not regard the Republican People's Party (CHP), Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), the PKK and the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ) as separate structures.
Despite them being separate entities, they have an alliance among them that unites them around a common denominator; being against the national will and having a mutual enemy.
They have formed a Voltron against the national will, resorting to all kinds of shams since 2013 with great coordination.
I believe the base of this foundation was initially set in 2009 with the mass Kurdish Communities Union (KCK) arrests and then the video operations conducted on the CHP and MHP in the spring of 2011.
The fields were ploughed by the superior mind and its tongs, the FETÖ...
The aim was to divide the national will that was concentrated on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and to have a reactionary counter-revolution.
You can somehow understand the CHP and MHP. They are structures that have rested their backs against a political tutelage, instead of the people.
But the main point is, the manner the HDP would adopt while going through a revolutionary period with the reconciliation process, ending the Kurdish denial, at a time in which Erdoğan was in so much trouble.
The religious, poor and excluded Turks and Kurds were natural allies in the base.
The AK Party and Erdoğan are a revolutionary party and leader that protect the rights of the masses...
Yes, the HDP's willpower is nearly next to nothing, and that little willpower they have is dated back to the 1940s Stalinist style. (They have a unique vision that would leave Kemalism innocent by declaring democratic autonomy in Diyarbakır on the day of the Silvan attack.)
Then replace all mentions of the “HDP” with “PKK” and read it all again.
Despite the MHP's defeat in the elections, the main result was the amount of votes the HDP received.
The HDP and PKK regarded the reconciliation process as the enemy, despite this process having the potential to end a thousand-year-old colonial paradigm, and instead engaged themselves with the white Turks, FETÖ and its foreign extensions. They tried to break off the emotional tie the poor Kurds and Turkish youth had with the process, which was to give them an honorable future and equality, by lying to them.
That is to say, the HDP became a device of a big negative project and overlooked the base it was effective in. They deceived the Kurds.
The HDP is still trying to market the PKK's nonsense revolts of digging ditches and placing five tons of explosives in the streets of Nusaybin among others, as democracy. It seems that they have devoted their existence in Parliament to the organization's goals, instead of devoting it to the happiness of Kurds.
By standing on the wrong side of history, the biggest losers of these elections were the HDP and the PKK.
It is evident that they deceived the Kurds and Turks who believed in them.
If the elections were repeated today, they would not be able to pass the election threshold at all.
This is a tragic, noteworthy, piteous story that has many lessons to teach...