Another victim of the Turks and those that deny the Armenian Genocide
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 27, 2009 at 09:53
More Turkish BS from a victim of the Turks and their imperialism. Our dear Turk al-Turky whose ancestors the Armenians were brutalized by the Turks and whose ancestors had to become followers of deen al-irhab wa rab al-irhab thus detaching them from their Armenian heritage and past and this is a crime in iteself and who is thankful to the Turks for not killing all his Armenian relatives in occupied Constantinople but again like any viticim of a crime there is always that Stockholm syndrome so get some help our dear Turk the fake
>and As far as I know the majority of the historians deny armenian genocide.
"And as far as you know"? You know nothing but Turkish BS that we do not buy
And majority of historians? Really? genocide is a crime and it is not historians that decide if it is real or not and you do not understand that it is the justice system that makes the final decisions about the veracity of such claim as "The Armenian Genocide" and case in point is the legal case presented by Leo Kuper (Genocide, Yale University Press 1981) so what you need is a jurist not a historian paid by the Turks the likes of those so called scholars that you mentioned and i include here Heath Lowry and his likes
For the readers anyone interested in reading about what really happened to the Armenians read "A Crime of Silence, The Armenian Genocide, Permanent Peoples' Tribunal" by Prof Pierre Vidal-Naquet and you can reach your own conclsuion
>Norman Stone and Bernard Lewis are few to mention.
Oh you frogot Heath Lowry and what a joke he is. As for Bernard Lewis: I have no respect for him
>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,
Mr demagogue your grand mother was a victim of the Armenian Genocide too! How come you did not know that?
And this is only part of it and here is what is really a Genocide is all about as per the Untied nations:
"The Convention on Genocide approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 9 December 1948 defines the crime of genocide as follows:
1. Killing members of the group.
2. causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group.
3. Deliberetately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part.
5. Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group.
6. FORCIBLY TRANSFERRING CHILDREN OF THE GROUP TO ANOTHER GROUP"
Now do you get it that you were lucky that some Turk abducted one of your grandmother the Armenian ancestor and made her a Turk! And how come you did not know that this is a crime? shame on you
>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.
So you go out and kill Armenian infants and children and women? what did they do to those Turks? and the lucky ones become Turks like you? what a cruel person you are
>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.
The liar and the fake is you and the demagogue is you
>I feel sorry for people like you.
Feel sorry for me? I pity your likes so who is paying you to post this? Let me guess some cabal in Turkey right?
> 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.
Oh there is a difference we admit that mistakes were made! You? you are clueless. But you know what? the reason you do nto want Turkey to join the EU because throguh the legal syatem of the EU the Armernians will get back what they have lost and you will be sent back with your Turks to Asia right?
>You must get over this hate for your own well-being.
I do not hate you I pity your likes
>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.
More Turkish BS
>Europe versus Armenians: Lie Producing Factory. ...
Oh the Stockholm syndrome is alive and well
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