Our dear Turk: We are all Armenians and infidels and get used to it
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 9, 2009 at 15:55
Our dear Turk whose ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians were brutalized by the Turks that invaded and destroyed the Byzantine Empire and then those victims of the Turks converted to the religion of the Arabs or Islam and now he lives in Canada or our dear Turk is removed not once or twice but three times from his ancestors
This must be the ultimate case of self hate
>THERE IS NO ARMANIAN GENOCIDE,,,,
Really? you must be kidding me so what happened to the more than 1.3 Armenians that resided in Torkeya prior to WW1? Let me guess: they were killed in cold blood right?
Oh and what is really a genocide Turkish style our dear Turk the torkey? Let me guess: killing 1.3M innocent human beings and then denying it right?
ARMENIANS SAY THERE IS TO GET LAND & MONEY FROM THE WEALTHY TURKS,
Well let me see: as i said before I hope that Turkey will join the EU and in this case it will become a civilized place again and the Armenians can take Turkey to the highest court in the land and get back and in your words land and money
>THEY PLEA TO AMERICA TO RECOGNIZE THE "GENOCIDE"
And it will be recognized insha' al-rab
>.IT WAS BASIACLLY DISPLACEMENT OF ARMENIANS TO STOP THEM FROM KILLING TURKISH CHILDREN...
Really? So why did the Turks "displace" Armenian children and women? you think that they will be able to kill Turks? are you for real and shame on you for uttering this nonsense
>go to turkey and say there is armanian "'genocide""'
Oh the old tactic! It does not work anymore because no one is buying your Turkish BS and the Turkish tiger or is it wolf does not have teeth anymore
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