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Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Dec 19, 2020 5:05 am



...a documentary film maker who spent weeks in this conflict.

His comments on his Christian Syrian origins are also remarkable.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Apr 16, 2021 9:16 pm

https://armenianweekly.com/2021/04/14/a ... ar-crimes/
Yet the park surpasses a celebration of military victory to immortalize the brutality of the war, such as through an exhibit of hundreds of helmets supposedly taken from among the thousands of Armenian soldiers killed during the war. The helmets are hung across a corridor that visitors pass through.


...plastic mannequins, posed for the camera, too; where have we seen this kind of opportunism before: such is a dogma like "Turkishness".
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Lordo » Sun Apr 25, 2021 9:15 pm

Two things I will say to this.

1. Who the fuck is America to criticise Ottoman Empire when they themselves killed and starved 36 million Native Americans and over a millions in Vietnam Afghanistan and the Middle East

2. What a fucking time to bring it up while they are at the talks. It is as if America does not want a solution to the Cyprus Problem and were intend annoying the hell out of the Turks to stop them talking.

I wish they shut the fuck up for once.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Maximus » Sun Apr 25, 2021 9:26 pm

Lordo wrote:Two things I will say to this.

1. Who the fuck is America to criticise Ottoman Empire when they themselves killed and starved 36 million Native Americans and over a millions in Vietnam Afghanistan and the Middle East

2. What a fucking time to bring it up while they are at the talks. It is as if America does not want a solution to the Cyprus Problem and were intend annoying the hell out of the Turks to stop them talking.

I wish they shut the fuck up for once.


Stop blaming others for what the Ottomans did to the Armenians. Turkey has to face her history and the crimes committed towards other people in the region.

Connecting the US's recognition of the Armenian genocide to not resolving the illegal occupation and ethnic cleansing of Cyprus by Turkey is disgusting and only demonstrates that Turkey is unable to atone for her crimes against humanity.

You are not defending Turkey's image with your logic, you are making it even worse.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Get Real! » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:37 pm

Lordo wrote:Two things I will say to this.

1. Who the fuck is America to criticise Ottoman Empire when they themselves killed and starved 36 million Native Americans and over a millions in Vietnam Afghanistan and the Middle East

America; the utterly shameless hypocrite and global arch-terrorist, should definitely look at itself in the mirror before pointing their finger at anyone… but if it were not for Turkey’s childish stance on the Armenian debacle, other nations wouldn’t be able to pick on them over it.

Turkey should be mature enough to announce that what happened against the Armenians was a century ago at a time when the Republic of Turkey did not even exist, and that while they are deeply sorry for the sorrow that Armenians had suffered, Turkey cannot be held responsible for it today.

But no… by constantly having a chip on their shoulder, today's Turks incriminate themselves unnecessarily!

Lordo wrote:2. What a fucking time to bring it up while they are at the talks. It is as if America does not want a solution to the Cyprus Problem and were intend annoying the hell out of the Turks to stop them talking.

I wish they shut the fuck up for once.

Nothing can possibly come out of "talks" whereby Turkey thinks they can talk the RoC into handing 37% of Cypriot territory, on a plate to them!

Is there anyone out there who doesn't know that this will never happen... well I mean other than foolish Turkish politicians? :)
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Maximus » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:54 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Turkey should be mature enough to announce that what happened against the Armenians was a century ago at a time when the Republic of Turkey did not even exist, and that while they are deeply sorry for the sorrow that Armenians had suffered, Turkey cannot be held responsible for it today.

But no… by constantly having a chip on their shoulder, today's Turks incriminate themselves unnecessarily!


Justice delayed is justice denied.

Turkey denies the Armenian genocide for two reasons, in my opinion.

1) Arrogance, and cognitive dissonance.
2) Turkey doesn't want to pay compensation to the victims and they are owed it.

Turkey does the same thing in Cyprus and Cyprus also deserves justice and compensation.

Get Real! wrote:Nothing can possibly come out of "talks" whereby Turkey thinks they can talk the RoC into handing 37% of Cypriot territory, on a plate to them!

Is there anyone out there who doesn't know that this will never happen... well I mean other than foolish Turkish politicians? :)


We should start a separate thread already and declare the "talks" a failure.

Turkey is a problematic basket case living in denial. Nothing can be resolved with them. Especially this ruling injustice and islamo facist's party.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Get Real! » Sun Apr 25, 2021 11:33 pm

As a gesture of goodwill, if I were the Turkish leader I would also pay $1,000 to each and every Armenian citizen! Armenia’s population is very small...

3 million citizens x $1,000 = $3,000,000,000 (billion)

Three billion is peanuts for a country the size of Turkey in exchange for peace, friendship and future trade with Armenia.

From new trade opportunities alone, Turkey should get back that 3 billion before the end of the year!

But Turkish politicians are just too dumb to understand this kind of powerful diplomacy where you first GIVE and make friends, so as to benefit later!

Of course, Turkey is not alone in having a dumb government... most countries do because their leaders lack leadership skills and powerful personalities capable of impressing the world.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Maximus » Sun Apr 25, 2021 11:44 pm

Its too little GR, should be much more

But that is between them

The denial of it though just perpetuates anger and hatred.

Everybody knows the truth, they just look pathetic trying to hide it or deflecting to what this that or the other country did somewhere else.

As if that absolves them from recognizing those crimes.

Imagine saying, "you cant accuse me of killing Senanjian, when Tom killed whispers with buffalo over there". When there is enough evidence to convict you of killing Senanjian.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Paphitis » Mon Apr 26, 2021 2:47 am

Lordo wrote:Two things I will say to this.

1. Who the fuck is America to criticise Ottoman Empire when they themselves killed and starved 36 million Native Americans and over a millions in Vietnam Afghanistan and the Middle East

2. What a fucking time to bring it up while they are at the talks. It is as if America does not want a solution to the Cyprus Problem and were intend annoying the hell out of the Turks to stop them talking.

I wish they shut the fuck up for once.


Really? 36 million hun? Evidence?

America has every right to criticize Turkey. They didn’t systematically try and wipe out anyone and didn’t do any death marches in their history,

Plus, they offered the world a lot as a net contributor. Ottomans took the world into a dark age.
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