Why do they want war?

Why do they want war?
This is the main question. There is no doubt that the interim government is making war propaganda. Why do they now want to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) given that they have not up until recently staged any opposition to this group? Why did they abandon the settlement process they referred to as a national unity and brotherhood project? Could it be because the Peoplesand’ Democratic Party (HDP) did not let them introduce a presidential system? Did the negotiations suggesting that they would recognize the Kurdsand’ autonomy in return for their support for their agenda over a presidential system break down? How reasonable and rational is it to make the fundamental rights and freedoms of the Kurds part of a negotiation for individual and personal ambitions? Does the statement and”Give us 400 deputies so that we can resolve this peacefullyand” mean and”If the people fail to comply with what we want, they will face chaosand”?
The interim Justice and Development Party (AKP) government and the mentality that dominates them want war inside and outside the country. In such circumstances, the holding of an early election would most likely see the abortion of the HDPand’s project of becoming a nationally popular party. The AKP particularly want HDP Co-chair Selahattin Demirtai off the political stage because of his strong opposition to a presidential system. The goal of the bombings, assassinations and threats of dissolution is to lay the groundwork for a war or to undermine the image of the HDP before the election so the AKP would reignite the support of the hawkish supporters of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP). We do not know which problems a war would resolve for the AKP. But they are making the mistake the members of the Committee of Union and Progress (CUP) once did. They are sacrificing their reason and prudence on the altar of ambition and self-interest. They are taking this whole country to the edge of collapse just because of a stupid dream suggesting they would become the main ruler in the region by 2023.
You, the AKP, are trying to ignite a war between Kurds and Turks before solving an attack in Suruandc that was allegedly staged by the direct involvement of some hidden actors in Ankara because a war presents a good environment in which to destroy the opposition. You may arrest or eliminate many opponents without having to answer for your actions. You may silence the media by doing so. In a country experiencing martial law, laws and decisions of the interim AKP government and a bigger power behind it would reign. The AKP wants war to gain absolute power. They want war to cover up the Dec. 17 and 25, 2013 corruption files forever. They want war to make sure that nepotistic appointments of public servants are forgotten. They want war to make sure that the secret talks in Oslo are forgotten. They want war to cover up the attacks in Uludere, Reyhanli and Suruandc. They want war to ensure that the Soma and Ermenek mine disasters are forgotten. They want to ensure that their corruption and irregularities are forgotten.
Philosopher Bertrand Russell, in an essay on how to tame a government that exceeds its authorities and powers, explained the motivation of a government that seeks war. He says that war is the greatest facilitator of despotism for this reason, he believes the prevention of war is an inherent concern for us all. Once people overcome the fear of war, he believes they will find ways to address the violations of the rulers. On the other hand, he further argues, a war will help a dictator establish his rule more firmly because it drives people to look for a leader and turns brave members of the society into hawkish figures.
The AKP and the shadow administration seek to take common sense hostage by relying on the mass psychology associated with the war. Those who would like to take Turkey back to the 1990s should remember that they will be held accountable in the future.