Why should we be stable?

There is a discourse that is constantly said and kept on the agenda: Stability. So why is stability so important for our country? As the world moves rapidly towards the unknown on an open-ended plane, it is almost impossible for us to see the course clearly. Now, domestic and foreign political equations are as slippery and variable as possible. We need to at least take as stable a stance as possible amidst the contradictions and meaninglessness in the world. If we take a look at recent developments, we can understand the issue better.

For example, while US President Trump threatens Russia with its missiles, he can invite Putin to the White House a week later. While the Second World War lasted six years, the Syrian War, which started on March 15, 2011, has continued uninterruptedly for seven years today. While the maps are constantly changing, new embers are constantly being thrown into the fire of war. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un can suddenly sit down with the United States while conducting nuclear missile tests. Türkiye and Russia can move towards a strategic partnership today after the aircraft crisis. The leader of the treacherous gang that attempted a coup in our country still lives comfortably in the USA. Moreover, the same gang members continue to roam around the world. Just think, until a few years ago, the majority of the senior commanders of our army, the apple of our country’s eye, were members of this treacherous gang. China and the USA do not hesitate to impose economic and trade sanctions on each other. Russia currently does not have foreign representatives in many European Union countries. We are witnessing perhaps the greatest rupture and separation between the West and the East in the last century. Moreover, the East has never been stronger in this tough fight.

China, which has been exploited for centuries, wants to have a say in all political issues, from the Middle East to Africa and even South America, with the great awakening it has experienced in the last fifteen years. While it is obvious that a possible big fight in the world will not benefit anyone, on the contrary, it will cause destruction unprecedented in history, huge countries are standing up against each other. So, are all these bluffs or the footsteps of a great war? Will Trump’s incredible policies, which put America first, reinforce the US’s global leadership or isolate it? The conflicting policies of Europe and America on many issues will either disintegrate the EU or tear the USA away from continental Europe. Our southern neighbors, Iraq and Syria, have unfortunately been divided into three religiously and nationally parts in the last fifteen years. While the sister Arab countries of the Middle East are trying to swallow Qatar, Saudi Arabia is trying every way to open up to the world. While the economic crisis in Iran continues, Trump’s cancellation of the nuclear agreement signed by Obama could bring everything to a head.

Undoubtedly, we could list many more pages of such problems. It should not be difficult to predict what will happen to a Turkey that is unstable in all this turmoil and turmoil, drowning in vicious administrative cycles and unable to determine its direction. Coping with the tides and transformations around us is only possible with a strong and stable Turkey at home. Otherwise, we would have to include Turkey among the problems we have just listed, and it is impossible to maintain this situation neither economically nor politically.

We are members of a nation that has been flying our flag for a thousand years in such a fragile region. No matter how difficult and harsh the conditions are, we are here and we will continue to stay here. These lands, which our ancestors gave us with their lives as a gift, will remain our homeland in the future, as it has been in history. As long as we are united as one fist, let’s be friends, let’s be brothers, let’s appreciate each other, let’s love each other wholeheartedly.

On this occasion, I hope that the June 24 elections will be beneficial for our beautiful country, and I offer my respects with the hope that they will turn into a holiday of democracy on behalf of our country.

Gıyasettin Eyyüpkoca

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