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Interview

By Azad Karimi

Ro in Kurdish and Luri means Someone or something has fallen on the ground and does not get up. Someone who has been overthrown and buried under the ground. The soil that is poured on the ground. Collectively, it means someone who is buried under the ground.

Interview

French Plastic Artist Painter

Arnaud Bertrand

By Azad Karimi

 

Ro in Kurdish and Luri means Someone or something has fallen on the ground and does not get up. Someone who has been overthrown and buried under the ground. The soil that is poured on the ground. Collectively, it means someone who is buried under the ground.

Rolla in Kurdish and Luri means my child!

This word is pronounced Ridak or Riwak and Ruwak in the Paalluyi language in which the recent Avesta was written. Paalluyi is the father of the Kurdish, Luri, and Persian languages. Ridak or Ruwak It means newly grown... teenager, young.

This word is repeated several times in Yadgar i Zariran's tragedy and it mentions Bastora, Zariwar's son.

This story belongs to the era when the war between the religious reformists led by Zoroaster, the ancient philosopher and prophet, and the followers of the old religion of Khosrawani or Kuzaraani.

In this war, the conservatives lose, and the Zoroastrian reformist win.

 But many princes and elders of the land of reformists are killed under the leadership of Histasep (Taawish King), the son of Lur King, such as Zariwar. He has a son, Bastora, and Bastora's lament over his father's corpse is very impressive.

I wrote these to explain the term "Rolla Ro!" This phrase was used by Jina/Mahsa Amini's aunt after her nephew was buried on her grave. She compares Jina to that flower and says Rolla-Ro!

The following clip, which was produced in collaboration with famous Persian artists: singer Googoosh, songwriter Shahyar Ghanbari, and composer Esfandiar Monfaredzadeh, this clip begins with the view of the grave of Jina and her aunt saying Rolla Ro, and in another part of the clip, Navid Afkari's mother at the grave of her young son and she is sitting and crying and saying, Rolla Ro!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VycAcWEzNNM

This beautiful clip was released three days ago and is dedicated to Jina or Mahsa Amini by Googoosh, Monfaredzadeh, and Ghanbari who was killed a week ago in Tehran.

The tragic death of Mahsa or Jina has caused a nationwide uprising in Iran and has created a very strong wave of international support. Many Iranian athletes, cinematographers, and musicians supported the uprising of the Iranian people. The politicians from major and democratic countries in the world such as President Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Schultz, the President of Chile, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of The UK, French, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, and the Prime Minister of Canada condemned this crime and they supported the national uprising of Iranians.

Among the famous personalities of the world, J. K. Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter stories, was the first character to condemn this state murder.

Then Turkish writer Elif Shafak and British fashion designer Pam Hogg condemned this crime. The scope of international condemnations is very large, and Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, also condemned Mahsa's murder and defended the Iranian protesting women.

These are very complicated days, the regime of Iran's mullahs is killing people mercilessly, but the disaffected people of Iran have no intention of retreating and openly chant that the Islamic Republic must be overthrown.

The essence of this national uprising is a short slogan that men shouted at her grave after the burial of Jina: Jn, Jian, Azadi!

It means woman, life, freedom!

This slogan is repeated everywhere in Kurdish and Farsi... Tehran, Tabriz, Isfahan, Rasht, Ahvaz, Semnan, Karaj, Amal, Sari, Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Qazvin, and Urmia, and its translation into English has also become a trend in the world.

Mahsa Amini's hashtag is also a record holder with Fifty one million tweets until the moment of editing this interview.

It is a massive social revolution that is leaving behind old religious traditions in a part of the Middle East, the land of Muslim mullahs and their traditionalist, extremist and conservative followers.

What upset us all at first was the oppression of a Sunni Kurdish girl, but we all realized that the regime's view is more of a degrading gender view and, later a different view of ethnic or religious category. For example, the killing and suppression of people by the regime in Mazandaran are much more severe than in Kurdistan, and the leaders of the regime say that the foundations of the Islamic government should not be attacked because of the "death of a woman"... 

In the end, I say that a woman is not a commodity, but a human being. 

But what are the mullahs and their dependent forces?... The dirtiest creature in natural history...

I wish success and happiness to my dear friend Arnaud.

Thank you!

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? Please present yourself: Name, education, Civil status, and...

. Art'No. (Arnaud BERTRAND) born on 02/20/1980. 

Scientific baccalaureate option life and earth sciences STAPS license Teacher of Physical Education and Sports Self-taught for painting and Art.

A level specialized in biology and natural science, P.E teacher

 

?What is your artistic specialty

. Painter Acrylic paint, tagger spray any medium 

 

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

. From a very young age and I have always drawn, I have only shown what I have been creating for 2 and a half years. A visit to a museum in Nimes with my school when I was 8 impressed me with an exhibition dedicated to Matisse. 

? Who was your motivator

. I found my motivation I found it by observing artists such as Matisse, Miro, Mondrian, Dali, Picasso… 

 

? What was your parent’s reaction

. My parents have always approved of my interest in art and drawing as well as in sports. 

 

? When did you become such a professional painter Plastic artist

. I became a professional painter 2.5 years ago.

 

?Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as a Painter Plastic artist

. Yes, I am very grateful and happy for what I live by revealing my art, my creations. 

 

  1. ?How do you see the perspective on art, culture, and Painter's Plastic art

. I am very open to culture, art, decoration, and fashion. I am a true enthusiast of all these fields as well as of sport. As I am a true epicurean.

 

 

? Can you become one part of the cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generations in your country and so on

. Too early to tell I hope. 

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

. By giving joy through the paintings during this very difficult time of global crisis and all levels. 

 

? Have you more words to say or suggest for our readers

. Even in the most difficult times, you always have to keep smiling and move forward, and culture, sport, and art are excellent vehicles for sharing good times.

 

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