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Lack of credibility

Reader comment on item: Conspiracy Theories Triumphant in Turkey
in response to reader comment: Turkish/Ottoamn responsiblity for the Armenian Genocide

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 6, 2013 at 02:07

Dear Edward ,

Let's note that in this respect like in many others there is absolutely no difference between Erdogan's Islamists and Ataturk's "secularists". They are just two different skins of the same snake.

But don't you think that the same lack of credibility vis–à–vis Turkey applies equally well to all governments that have not recognized the Armenian or Greek genocide including the government of your own country ?

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