"GREAT PEACE" - a diabolical parody by Berk Akk
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 12, 2009 at 09:48
berk akk ,
if you had the slightest sense of humour, you would immediately see what a diabolical travesty you have produced.
> Turkey is a country of innocence and freedom.<
The country with excellently documented genocide record, surging anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism ; the country hated by ALL its neighbours , ruled by the erratic idology of Islamokemalism becomes suddenly in your ointed parody 'a country of innocence'...? The despotic police Turkish state which criminalizes free speech and bans free thinking becomes 'a country of [...] freedom"... What a macabre and mad joke!
>There has been great effort to disturb our country inside and outside. One of the effort is based on a genocide claim.<
The prinicipal effort is based on the Turkish anti-genocide claims and simple lies. By attacking and denying the easiest verifiable facts and authentic documents and records coming from all possible sources - including a bulk of pro-Turkish ones - Turks make an empty and counterproductive claim which is up to them and to nobody else to substantiate. As they can't produce any positive evidence to that effect , they move in a vicious circle where one lie supports another lie so as to achieve ultimate consistency which replaces all well-documented reality. But solidarity among criminals who testify each other's 'innocence' creates no evidence at all. It just aggravates the hopeless case of the Turkish ...
Anyway, which criminal -even caught red-handed - doesn't deny his crime ? And Turks have been caught red-handed committing hundreds of thousands of crimes and every time they've invariably denied it. It was the case before the Armenian genocide and it is so after the Armenian genocide , e.g. during the purges of the Kurdish villages in the 80-ies and 90-ies. Crime and lying about it belong together , especially in such a notorious country as Turkey. Let's just think - how many Turks were involved in exterminating or benefiting from exterminating the Armenians, the Greeks, the Assyrians ? I'd guess that practically, all Turks somehow have had their hand in these crimes. That would explain why all Turks persevere in this mafia-like collective denial of their own crime.
> However I believe such efforst will have no result and will not effect Turkeys great peace policy on world.<
Turkey and "peace policy" ? How can a country built upon mountains of millions of massacred and Islamized Christian subjects or expelling the rest of them and expropriating their lands, houses, shops, animals... have a 'great peace policy on world' ? ... It can be true only in the Moslem world of inverted semantics where "War is peace . Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength".
>Peace at home and peace at world a real policy gifted by Atatürk to turkish public and to the world,is beyond the 21th century humanity understanding.<
It's so Turkish, so very Turkish that only a Turk can understand how a notorious mass murderer like Ghazi Kemal can speak of any "peace" , unless in the above inverted sense, as a bad joke.
>Both ermenians and others infact has a great country as their friend.<
You are insulting our intelligence. This 'great country' is a curse and worst existential threat to Armenia. This 'friend' has exterminated the best part of Armenians and now is showing its venomous teeth and rage to anyone - particularly the Armenians themselves- when he is reminded of his heinous past crimes. In 1992-1993 this friend was bent on invading Armenia and only fear of Russia's nuclear weapons twarted a second Armenian genocide the Turks would have carried out had they invaded Armenia.
>I believe when turkey-ermenia border open publics will see how they are infact friends eachother.
Yes, yasemin hanim who is the author of a little essay 'There is no Armenian genocide" and you who are a consistent genocide denier and a perverted Turkish jingoist wearing protective sheep's clothing will be the most welcome guests to every Armenian home and friends to every Armenian family. Perhaps, you will even help your Armenian "friends" unearth the skulls and bones of their massacred family members in what has historically always been just Western Armenia ?
Waiting for more ...
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