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There was no Armenian Genocide

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Submitted by I am a Turk and I am against Turkey's EU membership (Turkey), Sep 25, 2009 at 18:09

As far as I know the majority of the historians deny armenian genocide. Norman Stone and Bernard Lewis are few to mention.If genocide means the systematic killings of an ethnic group, I wonder how I am alive (my grandmother was an Armenian from Istanbul). How come nothing happened to Armenians (my relatives) in Istanbul, Izmir and so on but for some reason to the ones in the east. Could it be because of Kurds whom Brits and French also promised land if they could fight against Mustafa Kemal Ataturk? The truth is Armenians (with support of British and French) thought they could grab a piece of land from Ottomans just like Greeks did. Unfortunately, they were not lucky so they came up with this BIG LIE with the support of West. Don't you feel ashamed at all for calling displacement a genocide when there was a real genocide commited against Jews who were systematically killed just because they were JEWS. If anyone says that Armenians were killed just because they were Armenians is a liar.

I feel sorry for people like you. Because you believe what you heard instead of doing research. If you did, you would know that Armenians attacked villages, filled mosques with children and women and burned them alive. If you are a true human who is after truth, you must approach incidents with equal sensitivity. Yes, you have killed Turkish children and women. There are still traces of your murderous acts in the East. Yes, Armenians living in the East were displaced and they died on the way. If they were so considerate about their children, they should not have supported tashnaks. Since tashnaks commited evil crimes, then we can't really call Armenians living in this region innocent because of their help and support of tashnaks. They should have thought about the well-being of their children. Excuse me but there is no country on the face of earth that will allow anybody to take over their land. You might have had a kingdom in the past in Van region but as we say it was in the past. Now it belongs to Turks. If you still insist on that then you should equally insist on Americans to give their land back to Indians.

You must get over this hate for your own well-being. There was no genocide. For your information, we have the second biggest historical archives after British in the world. In these historical documents everything from the price of tomato in 1500's to people's professions are recorded. And there is no GENOCIDE. You can publish millions of books and brainwash people with money. But truth is truth and it can't be otherwise.

Europe versus Armenians: Lie Producing Factory. ...

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