Thank you for the detailed answers Kan-Türk Anda.
Secondly, there was a volunteer force which derived from 500 Grey Wolves(the supporters of MHP-Nationalist Action Party in Turkey) fought in Karabakh War against Armenians
Ah, that's what I wasn't too sure about - I read something about Grey Wolves participation in the war but I didn't know the specifics. 500 men - very impressive for a political party to send an entire armed battalion into battle.
As I mentioned they are the oldest political party in Azerbaijan. The partys founder cadres were strictly Turk Nationalist, Panturkist, Nationalist Conservative Democrat. However, the current party members and policies are liberalist. İsa Gambar, The leader of Musavat was close to Elchibey in the past but he seems far away from Elchibeys politics. For more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musavat
Aha I understand - that answers my question. I will read more about it.
There are also some small patriotic, nationalist parties and groups in Azerbaijan too. However, they aren't known well in the public because of financial problems and pressure of Aliyev Dynasty.
Aha I see - I will read about them too.
You're extremely right, Anda. The major problem is Russia. Russia is still effective in the independent Turk countries. Many of their leaders are ex-commies, Russian Agents. Turkey lost the opportunity to form alliance with these countries because our governments and politicians are mostly stupid, Non-Turk, enemies of Turkish Union. They serve to Zionism, E.U, U.S.A. We have no independent & Turksih Nationalist leader after ATATÜRK in Turkey.
Yes, Russia dominates they are currently the main problem - but the west (zionists) are equally bad (if it wasn't Russia it would be them pulling the strings), plus there is competition with religion-based movements.
There is Kazakhstan which is not a member of the CIS (still under Russian influence but not as much) I have absolutely no idea what the situation is there. Azerbaijan is the closest and most welcoming country for Turanist politics but unfortunately the situation is what it is there. (for now - let's hope for positive change)
What we really need as I wrote to another comrade on the Turania forum is 3 things
1) a World Headquarters a center for the leadership and the smart people to get together
2) a college for Turanians from all over the world (it was in part colleges which spread Turanism far and wide at the end of the 19th century before the first World War)
3) and a unifyed paramilitary force for discipline, forming bonds of comradery, and when necessary the ability to act to protect ourselves. (it was the ghazzi brotherhoods which played a big part in founding the Ottoman empire - if I recall my history correctly)
If we had that, our road would be toward ultimate sucess. (and with intelligence and willpower we can achieve our goals)