Partition of Afghanistan for ending the war

The name of Afghanistan was given by the British – designed to divide the people of Khorasan and weaken them through promoting the idea that the land is a Pashtun land & that its language should be Pashto. Afghanistan means the land of Afghans, Awghan, Pathans or Pashtoons also spelt as Pashtun. These names are variants of one name, Afghan.  However, the modern day Afghanistan is a mosaic of various ethnics and the name Afghanistan is misleading and possessive. It is not representative of all and has destroyed the unity of the people and made them weak.


Despite ethnic quotas and recruiting drives, the Afghan army is still dominated by the northern majority who was oppressed by the Taliban. Nearly all Taliban are ethnic Pashtuns, as long as they exist in Afghanistan there will be no peace ever.

The current chauvinist and ethnic supremacist policies of southern pashtuns continue and  there won’t be any way out other than a partition.  The northern majority of Khorasan don’t want to live and coexist with a violent tribe who support the atrocities of Taliban and their daily life is conducted by tribal laws which are primitive and extremely violent. There are two opposing factors, which is Persian langauge and Pashto ( the minority language), after partition a huge part of the geography will adapt Persian as their only official language and so one of the biggest problems will be automatically solve. Pashtuns can do whatever they desire with their language in the south. Northern, Central and Western regions no longer desired or accept to be ruled by a tribal goon from the south.

Historical KhorasanBefore the invention of the “Afghanistan”, the land used to be known as other names: Ariana and Khorasan, with the most recent being Khorasan. The region was called Khorasan for 1500 years and the name was fairer and represented the state as well as the people better. It clearly doesn’t favor one ethnicity over another. As Khorasan, the region was once an advancing civilization and embodied many ethnics. However, as the Pashtun nomads entered and invaded the regions, they scattered and spread over, imposing their existence as well as a need for a country.

Pashtun Terrorists

Pashtun Taliban from southern Afghanistan

Pashtuns are originally from the South so perhaps and they can rightly go back there and govern rightly over their own people.  And leave the North to themselves. They did not bring any progress in the past—which is fairly obvious considering the condition of the country today—so logically, they won’t bring any progress in the future. And if the country is partitioned finally, there is no way it could get any worse. Most of the problems that are present among non-Pashtuns are due to Pashtuns.  In the past, pre-Afghanistan, the Persians/Tajiks, Uzbeks, Hazaras, Turkmans, etc. lived side by side in Khorasan.  There was no threat of communism or terrorism.  Terror started with the first footsteps of Pashtun Abdalis.  By separating the North and the South that is the first step towards change.  Right now, there is no stability in the country and its people.  Pashtuns and non-Pashtuns do not have anything in common—historically, culturally, etc.


Persian is spoken by 70% of the Afghan population as its mother tongue. While Pashto is just spoken by 30% of the population.

Persians and Hazaras and Uzbeks and other non-Pashtuns were never and will never be Afghan. When the literal term of a word obviously means something you are not and you don’t even speak the language of an Afghan (supposedly Pashto) then why call yourself one? The three decades of civil war in Afghanistan caused state failure, linguistic conflict and the ethnicisation of politics. After the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, Afghanistan experienced new patterns of ethnicisation, discrimination and violence. The brutal rule of the Taliban from 1996 to 2001 scattered the ethnically embroiled mosaic of the country, undermined the ethnic balance and divided the nation into small pieces. There are those non-Pashtuns who don’t wish to go over or remember past events/bad memories—they want to take the easy way out and just start fresh.

A de facto partition for Afghanistan

A de facto partition for Afghanistan

If Khorasan finally becomes independence – The Taliban would presumably keep trying to take over the whole country – but they would be handicapped by having something to lose in the South. North Afghanistan and allied forces could respond to continued Taliban attacks on the north by striking ‘Talibanistan’ in the South to discourage further attacks. Aid could be provided to the South in reward for no attacks occurring. The recent debate on the sanguinary demand of an independent Khorasan state has caused woes for the Karzai regime and its Pashtun partners. Though the demand for an independent Khorasan state has never been considered so strong and sacrosanct before the fall of the Taliban regime, foreign intervention strengthened the resolve of the Persians, Uzbek and Hazara communities to violently pursue their political agendas. Ten years ago, Persian groups re-introduced themselves as the direct descendants of the Aryans and claimed that all Persian-speaking people belong to them. Having associated with this interpretation of history, they want to establish an independent Khorasan state. Afghanistan is the country of the Pashtuns and not the Persian people.

Living with Pashtuns did not work in the past and so it won’t work for the future. 468248_559168507439375_732300303_o After all, one can not and should not try living a normal life with cancer—you have to get rid of the cancer or it will destroy you from the inside out.  Whether it’s slowly and secretly or fast and outwardly there are only two ways out and they are by cutting it off or letting it kill you. Separation of the country shouldn’t be seen as a failure of the country but rather as an improvement and a solid and proper change.  When we factor in all the information—dangerous and ineffective Pashtun rule, misrepresentative country name, forced Pashto assimilation—the only solution can be to separate.

See also:

Pashtuns’ Culture of Taking Other Ethnic Groups’ Women as Their Booty

Pashtun regime of Karzai


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Zende bad Padeshah / Fereydoun Farokhzad Lyrics

Zende bad Padeshah Lyrics:

Padeshah Sambole vahsate jahane ma
Padeshah avalo ba-akhare payame mast
Padeshah padeshah az miyane mardomast
Padeshah pasokhe saadeye salame ma

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…(2x)

Padeshah daste man, daste mehrabane tost
anche dar zehne mast, dardame vayale tost

Vaseto zende bod, bode bekhatere vatan
zendei yogovar, baa koni shoaare man

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…(2x)

Baa maney hamvatan, sokhane mara begu…
Dar Delle har Sokhan, hadave mara begu…
harze(Zaaman) mara bebar, be sarasere jahan
Ma be jan midahim, ze bahaye aberoo

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…(2x)

Rooze khalgh dide maa, nashavad jabi deraz [shabihe deraz]
Dar dela ey vatan, beshavad dobare bad
aan zaman daste ma, ze setare miresat
Shiro Khorshiide maa, harja dar ertehaa

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…(2x)
Padeshah ham gole, vahsate jahane ma
Padeshah avalo ba akhare payame ma
Padeshah padeshah az miyane mardomast
Padeshah pasokhe saadeye salame ma

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…(2x)

Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma reza
Zende baad Padeshah (3x), Padeshahe ma…


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Countries with Aryan languages


Dark Red = Countries where an Aryan (Indo-Iranian) language is the or one official language

Light Red = Regions where Aryan-speakers (Indo-Iranians) make up the majority

Pink = Countries with a seizable Aryan (Indo-Iranian) minority

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Partition Map of Iraq (2019)


Partition Plan for Iraq

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Ethnic Groups in Afghanistan (Map)

Afghanistan is a multiethnic and mostly-tribal society. The population of the country is divided into the following ethnolinguistic groups, the largest being: Persian, Pashtun, Uzbek, Nuristani, Baloch, Pamiri, Turkmen with Arabs, Brahui, Gujjars, Pashai & a few others as small minorities. The Afghanistani National Anthem and the Afghanistani Constitution mentions a total of 14 ethnic groups.



Ethnic map of Afghanistan

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Iran’s Dangerous Political Games

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Alternate History: Irân [1925-1996]

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New balkanized map of Turkey

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The independent states after Balkanization of Turkey:

Eastern Greece (From left to right), The Neo Ottoman Empire, Zazaistan, Northern Kurdistan, Western Armenia.

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