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Ukranian Theater Actor Rudolf Dzurinets

By: Azad Karimi

Ever since early childhood, I was fond of theatrical art! When I turned 15, I decided to be an actor! from a young age, I was actively involved in amateur art at school!

 

Interview

Ukranian Theater Actor Rudolf Dzurinets

By Azad Karimi

 

Is it possible to change the world with good behavior and nice morals?

This question has really come to me since my dear friend Rudolf wrote that with good morals we can change the world.

I always thought good morals could change the behavior of a nation or the behavior of a region like the Middle East, or at least the behavior of the four countries between which Kurdistan is divided.

For example, smiling is good moral behavior but on the other hand, we have to ask smiling at a person who steals or commits a crime or goes through a red light is also a good moral and behavior?

Good behavior comes from healthy morality and healthy morality comes from the nature of human goodness but there are some people who do not behave well and there are many reasons for this norm-breaking.

Let me give you another example: Abusing the good behavior and morals of others is bad behavior. For example, a few days ago, President Biden announced that Turkey, as a NATO member, is an ally of the West and that defending it is a sacred goal... A wise human being understands what President Joe Biden means ... but the leaders of the fascist Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwanalmuslemin) in Turkey like to extend it to the annihilation of the Kurds.

 The United States is not the enemy of the Kurds and Kurdistan, it also respects the territorial integrity of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria.

 

And it is precisely the behavior of these four countries that is hostile to the United States and the West. They are constantly creating problems for the interests of the United States and the West. Tell me, where and how did-do the Kurds create problems for America and the West?

The ruling party of Turkey, which leads an intolerant and violent government in Turkey, has been suppressing the cultural and political currents of Turkish Kurdistan since last week and is trying to dissolve the largest political party in Turkish Kurdistan, the  HDP.

I would also like to say from Iran that the presidential election a few days ago was a historic scandal like the Syrian presidential election a few weeks ago or Hashd alsha’bi that was formed with the Sistani fatwa and is now the scourge of Iraq. One question for me is how someone like Sistani, who spoke forcefully in a meeting with Pope Francis, created a parallel army in Iraq that is now like cancer in Iraq and is being used to suppress popular uprisings in Iraq and Khuzestan in Iran?

I read in the media today that King Abdullah Hashemi of Jordan told Nechirvan Barzani, the head of the Kurdistan Federal Region in northern Iraq, that the Kurds are loyal.

I asked myself, are the Kurds loyal to each other?

If so, why could they never have an independent government? Or even why they could not have a position as an observer member in the United Nations? Why did they allow Turkey and Iran to occupy Kurdistan land in this critical period of time?

 Why did they allow Kirkuk, Afrin, Khanaqin, Sarekani, and Shangal to be occupied?

In my opinion, loyalty is absolute and not relative because it comes from honesty. Therefore, the Kurds must be loyal, both to their nation and to the world, and defend democratic and human values and peace. The Kurds, like other nations in the world, have the ability to nurture great leaders and politicians, so both Kurdish political leaders and the leaders of the nations of the world are in control of their people at some point in time, and their decisions are crucial. Therefore, they should not think that their leadership is eternal.

My good friend Rudolph has pointed out an interesting topic that really encouraged me to write this introduction. Unfortunately, his country, Ukraine, has been the scene of political troubles for some time, and I hope that Mr. Putin will think a little about the consequences of his decisions and help promote peace in Europe and the world instead of dirty political work in Ukraine, the Caucasus, Syria, Iran, and Belarus.

I wish happiness, progress, and success to my dear friend Rudolph and his beautiful family.

 

Thank you!

Vestland-Norway

 

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1- Please present yourself ( Name, education, Civil status and...)

.Rudolf Dzurinets, European University of Show Business, married, have two daughters!

 

2-What is your artistic specialize?

.Theater actor

 

3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art ?

. Ever since early childhood, I was fond of theatrical art! When I turned 15, I decided to be an actor! from a young age, I was actively involved in amateur art at school!

 

4- Who was your motivator?

.My motivators: Jim Carrey and Anthony Hopkins.

 

5- What was your parents reaction?

.I have no parents! I am an orphan

 

6- When started you such as a professional artist?

.I came to the theater in October 2016!

 

 

7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as an artist?

. I am mega happy with my profession! I think it is the best!

 

8- How you see the view? How will be the Future of art ,cinema ,and totally?

.There will be no future without culture and art!

 

9- Can you become one part of the artistic movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

.Yes, of course! After all, I am still the head of a theater studio, where I teach children acting!

 

10- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

. I don't know! Maybe by our actions to other people! You have to be good-natured and kind, then the world will change for the better!

 

11- Have you more word to say or a suggest for our readers?

. I want the whole world to be proud of its theaters! After all, being an actor is extremely difficult and at the same time very enjoyable! The theater is a mirror of today!

 

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