Turks in Hatay province rally against Syrian refugees

Sep 16, 2012 Full story: News Journal 90

Thousands of demonstrators rallying against Turkey's support for Syrian rebels clashed with riot police Sunday in the southern city of Antakya.

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haydar

UK

#47 Sep 21, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear Mr/Ms "Caught in the Lie"
What is that permanently with you Armenians .... always talking about facts, but once somebody asks you about your source .... ahhh can't find it .... no time now ..... all just BS !!!
You guys never have provable facts on hand .... why????
Always the same stories which you heard from that and this .... perhaps they are true .... but you can't expect that everyone will accept them as true if you can't prove that they are genuine ...
You want to convince me ..... provide some evidence! I provided you evidence and if you would search on the net you will find many other sources confirming the historical fact I quoted.
Yes of course the Syrians are upset .... perhaps understandable .... but that does not make my statements untrue!
Well if you are so upset about France & Britain .... why are you Armenians never expressing it?
If it is about condemning or demonstrating against Turkey you guys are immediately ready .... however when it is about all these other countries which openly fked you ... never kept their promises (not 150 ... not 110 years ago ....not today) you are silent as a mute!!!
All the other crap you are writing .... well I did not say something like that in my post(s).... not now ... not before ...
Yes you fed the Turks .... because that was your job … because the Turks were the Masters ....
Much more you should thank the Turks that you still exist ... that they did not wiped you out as your Armenians did when ever you conquered new lands ....
Your perspective is wrong ... although it is understandable because it is not nice what you see from the Armenian point of view.
Your are indeed “caught in the rain”…..
Cheers,
one answer to above post,, BOLLOCCKSS
jo jo

Australia

#48 Sep 21, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear Mr/Ms "Caught in the Lie"
What is that permanently with you Armenians .... always talking about facts, but once somebody asks you about your source .... ahhh can't find it .... no time now ..... all just BS !!!
You guys never have provable facts on hand .... why????
Always the same stories which you heard from that and this .... perhaps they are true .... but you can't expect that everyone will accept them as true if you can't prove that they are genuine ...
You want to convince me ..... provide some evidence! I provided you evidence and if you would search on the net you will find many other sources confirming the historical fact I quoted.
Yes of course the Syrians are upset .... perhaps understandable .... but that does not make my statements untrue!
Well if you are so upset about France & Britain .... why are you Armenians never expressing it?
If it is about condemning or demonstrating against Turkey you guys are immediately ready .... however when it is about all these other countries which openly fked you ... never kept their promises (not 150 ... not 110 years ago ....not today) you are silent as a mute!!!
All the other crap you are writing .... well I did not say something like that in my post(s).... not now ... not before ...
Yes you fed the Turks .... because that was your job … because the Turks were the Masters ....
Much more you should thank the Turks that you still exist ... that they did not wiped you out as your Armenians did when ever you conquered new lands ....
Your perspective is wrong ... although it is understandable because it is not nice what you see from the Armenian point of view.
Your are indeed “caught in the rain”…..
Cheers,
very amusing, i'm nor Armenian or Turk, but obviously your information comes from one source, i suggest you do more open research.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#49 Sep 21, 2012
Turdlover is an azerbaijani embassy official in Romania in charge of Anti Armenian propaganda.

Since: Sep 12

Abu Dhabi, UAE

#50 Sep 22, 2012
Dander wrote:
Turdlover is an azerbaijani embassy official in Romania in charge of Anti Armenian propaganda.
Clown, still keep spreading lie? Yeah, we all know, you can not be held responsible for the products of your distorted mind, the slandered one has to prove his/her innocence, right?:)))

Since: Sep 12

Abu Dhabi, UAE

#51 Sep 22, 2012
Caught in the Rain wrote:
<quoted text>
Now I know why they call you bozuk.
Since when have you Turks paid attention to sources, that you will now if I provide it? The sources for the Armenian Genocide are a mile long... what good has it done when chimpanzees can't make sense of what they read?
I see... Aside the hateful and offensive content of your post which is certainly a proof of the weakness of your assertions, It is evident from your post that there is no any reliable source supporting your self-appointed truth regarding Hatay province... Never mind, this typical Armenian approach is not surprising, you guys never see yourself responsible for backing up your allegations, the others have to disprove them...:)

As for the Armenian issue, in accordance with your common approach, all what you have in your hand is mile long propaganda material manufactured depending on bed time stories, proven falsifications and distortions financed by the Armenian genocide propaganda industry...

On the other hand, since "genocide" is a well described international crime by the UN, and if you have such strong evidences for your fictional Armenian genocide allegations, the below questions are long time pending you guys' answer;

1- Why don't you guys never appeal an international court and convict Turkey of an Armenian genocide? Why do you guys waste billions of USD annually to feed the Armenian propaganda machine, whereas your homeland Armenia is a miserable isolated country due to poverty?

2- Why does Armenian side continuously escape from establishing an "international judicary joint committee" consisting of historians and other experts to study the developments and events of 1915, not only in the archives of Turkey and Armenia but also in those of relevant third countries such as Russia, Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the United States, and to share their findings with the public despite the the insistent invitations of Turkey, EU and USA since 2005?

What are you affraid of? If your assertations are not only fictional stories, why do you guys fail to cooperate with the call of the international community?

Actually, we all know the reason of your attitude, despite mile long propaganda material poisoning the ordinary people daily, you guys well know that non of your fictions can stand before a fair court, further there is a great risk of finding yourself on the accused chair for the massacre of 518 thousands of, mostly children, women and elder, Turkish civilians in the same time period and area, which is, unlike Armenian fictional genocide, well documented and ready to throw to your faces in a court...

Because despite your efforts to overlook the fact and to hide it from the eyes of ordinary people, your leaders well know that Armenian genocide fiction had been brought to "inter-allied" tribunal formed by the victors of WW1 twice between 1919-1920 and the prisoners were found not guilty due to a lack of evidence...

The below are the sources, to the un-biased eyes;

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inter-allied_tri...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_Courts-M...

Simply, i recommend you guys follow the legal way and convict Turkey accordingly, if you believe that your assertions contains truth... Whining on the internet forums does not help you guys so much...:)
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#52 Sep 22, 2012
Bozuk turk is a hair dresser for men in Dubai specializing in etek trasi.
jo jo

Australia

#53 Sep 22, 2012
There's too much political propaganda on this forum, no different than the WMD fabrication in Iraq, there is no faith in inter -allied tribunals as they are made to satisfy all parties of crime.It happened in WW1 and it happens today....please do not post political fabricated propaganda, this forum should be for personal opinions only,not propaganda...
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#54 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
There's too much political propaganda on this forum, no different than the WMD fabrication in Iraq, there is no faith in inter -allied tribunals as they are made to satisfy all parties of crime.It happened in WW1 and it happens today....please do not post political fabricated propaganda, this forum should be for personal opinions only,not propaganda...
Stop the ignorant nonsense!! Iraq's Saddam Hussein created a far greater humanitarian nightmare than Libya. "The Butcher of Baghdad" slaughtered, at minimum, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis -- far more people than were killed in Bosnia and Kosovo, where President Clinton ordered military force for humanitarian reasons. Yet, when weapons hunters found no stockpiles of WMD in Iraq, the dwindling number of pro-war Democrats turned against the war never mind the sickening sight of thousands of Iraqis found in shallow graves.
That Saddam possessed stockpiles of WMD, having used chemical weapons on the Iranians and his own people, was not in dispute. All 16 U.S. intelligences agencies thought so "with the highest probability." France, the United Kingdom, Russia, Egypt, Jordan, China, Israel and even Saddam's own generals assumed Iraq possessed WMD. Even U.N. weapons inspector and Iraq War critic Hans Blix thought Saddam likely possessed these weapons. As Blix admitted at a 2004 University of Berkeley forum:' I'm not here to have gut feelings. But yes, in December 2002 (three months before the invasion) I thought Saddam had weapons of mass destruction." The non-unilateralist Nobel Peace Prize laureate Obama, unlike Bush, sought no congressional war resolution. Obama, therefore, ordered military action against Libya "unilaterally" -- without the congressional approval that he once argued the Constitution demanded.

As Obama further explained in his December 2007 statement, "In instances of self-defense, the President would be within his constitutional authority to act before advising Congress or seeking its consent." So a president, according to Obama, does not need congressional authority -- provided the action involves "self-defense" or "stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

What is the "actual or imminent threat" to America posed by Libya?
Ritter served from 1991 to 1998 as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq in the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), which was charged with finding and destroying all weapons of mass destruction and WMD-related manufacturing capabilities in Iraq. He was chief inspector in fourteen of the more than thirty inspection missions in which he participated.

In January 1998, his inspection team in Iraq was blocked from some weapons sites by Iraqi officials stating that information obtained from these sites would be used for future planning of attacks. UN Inspectors were ordered out of Iraq by the United States Government, shortly before Operation Desert Fox attacks began in December 1998, using information which had been gathered for the purpose of disarmament to identify targets which would reduce Iraq's ability to wage both conventional and possibly unconventional warfare. UN Weapons Inspectors were thereafter denied access to Iraq. He spoke on the Public Broadcasting Service show. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Ritter
jo jo

Australia

#56 Sep 22, 2012
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Stop the ignorant nonsense!! Iraq's Saddam Hussein created a far greater humanitarian nightmare than Libya. "The Butcher of Baghdad" slaughtered, at minimum, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis -- far more people than were killed in Bosnia and Kosovo, where President Clinton ordered military force for humanitarian reasons. Yet, when weapons hunters found no stockpiles of WMD in Iraq, the dwindling number of pro-war Democrats turned against the war never mind the sickening sight of thousands of Iraqis found in shallow graves.
That Saddam possessed stockpiles of WMD, having used chemical weapons on the Iranians and his own people, was not in dispute. All 16 U.S. intelligences agencies thought so "with the highest probability." France, the United Kingdom, Russia, Egypt, Jordan, China, Israel and even Saddam's own generals assumed Iraq possessed WMD. Even U.N. weapons inspector and Iraq War critic Hans Blix thought Saddam likely possessed these weapons. As Blix admitted at a 2004 University of Berkeley forum:' I'm not here to have gut feelings. But yes, in December 2002 (three months before the invasion) I thought Saddam had weapons of mass destruction." The non-unilateralist Nobel Peace Prize laureate Obama, unlike Bush, sought no congressional war resolution. Obama, therefore, ordered military action against Libya "unilaterally" -- without the congressional approval that he once argued the Constitution demanded.
As Obama further explained in his December 2007 statement, "In instances of self-defense, the President would be within his constitutional authority to act before advising Congress or seeking its consent." So a president, according to Obama, does not need congressional authority -- provided the action involves "self-defense" or "stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."
What is the "actual or imminent threat" to America posed by Libya?
Ritter served from 1991 to 1998 as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq in the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), which was charged with finding and destroying all weapons of mass destruction and WMD-related manufacturing capabilities in Iraq. He was chief inspector in fourteen of the more than thirty inspection missions in which he participated.
In January 1998, his inspection team in Iraq was blocked from some weapons sites by Iraqi officials stating that information obtained from these sites would be used for future planning of attacks. UN Inspectors were ordered out of Iraq by the United States Government, shortly before Operation Desert Fox attacks began in December 1998, using information which had been gathered for the purpose of disarmament to identify targets which would reduce Iraq's ability to wage both conventional and possibly unconventional warfare. UN Weapons Inspectors were thereafter denied access to Iraq. He spoke on the Public Broadcasting Service show. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Ritter
too many copy/paste on these forums posted by bigots, nothing but fabricated propaganda....
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#57 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>too many copy/paste on these forums posted by bigots, nothing but fabricated propaganda....
Do you Arab Muzzies lying propagandists really think that I love to type my great WORKS over and over again just to appease you uneducated assclowns? You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
jo jo

Australia

#58 Sep 22, 2012
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>Do you Arab Muzzies lying propagandists really think that I love to type my great WORKS over and over again just to appease you uneducated assclowns? You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
another copy/paste...LOL
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#59 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>another copy/paste...LOL
No it's not liar!! I wrote this great piece this morning!! Besides, Do you Arab Muzzies lying propagandists really think that I love to type my great WORKS over and over again just to appease you uneducated assclowns? You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
jo jo

Australia

#60 Sep 22, 2012
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>No it's not liar!! I wrote this great piece this morning!! Besides, Do you Arab Muzzies lying propagandists really think that I love to type my great WORKS over and over again just to appease you uneducated assclowns? You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
..LOL...yes your great works of copy/paste, we all use the toilet every morning, it's just you take your crap with you when you leave and the post it.....LOL...
Syrian

New London, CT

#61 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>another copy/paste...LOL
Remember, lying is a ziowipe specialty!! LOL!!!
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#62 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>..LOL...yes your great works of copy/paste, we all use the toilet every morning, it's just you take your crap with you when you leave and the post it.....LOL...
You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#63 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
There's too much political propaganda on this forum, no different than the WMD fabrication in Iraq, there is no faith in inter -allied tribunals as they are made to satisfy all parties of crime.It happened in WW1 and it happens today....please do not post political fabricated propaganda, this forum should be for personal opinions only,not propaganda...
Stop the ignorant nonsense!! Iraq's Saddam Hussein created a far greater humanitarian nightmare than Libya. "The Butcher of Baghdad" slaughtered, at minimum, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis -- far more people than were killed in Bosnia and Kosovo, where President Clinton ordered military force for humanitarian reasons. Yet, when weapons hunters found no stockpiles of WMD in Iraq, the dwindling number of pro-war Democrats turned against the war never mind the sickening sight of thousands of Iraqis found in shallow graves.
That Saddam possessed stockpiles of WMD, having used chemical weapons on the Iranians and his own people, was not in dispute. All 16 U.S. intelligences agencies thought so "with the highest probability." France, the United Kingdom, Russia, Egypt, Jordan, China, Israel and even Saddam's own generals assumed Iraq possessed WMD. Even U.N. weapons inspector and Iraq War critic Hans Blix thought Saddam likely possessed these weapons. As Blix admitted at a 2004 University of Berkeley forum:' I'm not here to have gut feelings. But yes, in December 2002 (three months before the invasion) I thought Saddam had weapons of mass destruction." The non-unilateralist Nobel Peace Prize laureate Obama, unlike Bush, sought no congressional war resolution. Obama, therefore, ordered military action against Libya "unilaterally" -- without the congressional approval that he once argued the Constitution demanded.

As Obama further explained in his December 2007 statement, "In instances of self-defense, the President would be within his constitutional authority to act before advising Congress or seeking its consent." So a president, according to Obama, does not need congressional authority -- provided the action involves "self-defense" or "stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."

What is the "actual or imminent threat" to America posed by Libya?
Ritter served from 1991 to 1998 as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq in the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), which was charged with finding and destroying all weapons of mass destruction and WMD-related manufacturing capabilities in Iraq. He was chief inspector in fourteen of the more than thirty inspection missions in which he participated.

In January 1998, his inspection team in Iraq was blocked from some weapons sites by Iraqi officials stating that information obtained from these sites would be used for future planning of attacks. UN Inspectors were ordered out of Iraq by the United States Government, shortly before Operation Desert Fox attacks began in December 1998, using information which had been gathered for the purpose of disarmament to identify targets which would reduce Iraq's ability to wage both conventional and possibly unconventional warfare. UN Weapons Inspectors were thereafter denied access to Iraq. He spoke on the Public Broadcasting Service show. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Ritter
Syrian

New London, CT

#64 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>..LOL...yes your great works of copy/paste, we all use the toilet every morning, it's just you take your crap with you when you leave and the post it.....LOL...
That moron Ayreshire cannot debate, so all the wipe can do is just repost his same old ziochit again and again!!
jo jo

Australia

#65 Sep 22, 2012
Professor Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>You don't copy and paste because it would be impossible to find information to back up you lies and propaganda! Period.
EVERYONE KNOWS, COPY/PASTE ARE USED BY BIGOTS FOR PROPAGANDA, honest and realistic opinions come from everyday people, now go take your medication your hallucinating again...and tomorrow morning flush your crap down the toilet instead of posting...and that goes to all bigots who post copy/paste...
Professor Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#66 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>EVERYONE KNOWS, COPY/PASTE ARE USED BY BIGOTS FOR PROPAGANDA, honest and realistic opinions come from everyday people, now go take your medication your hallucinating again...and tomorrow morning flush your crap down the toilet instead of posting...and that goes to all bigots who post copy/paste...
THE TWO BOBSEY TWINS TOGETHER AGAIN SIDE BY SIDE!! DOES THE SYRIAN ASSADOMITE CALL YOU IN MUZZIELAND AUSTRALIA AND SAY "HEY I'LL BE ON FORUM SUCH AND SUCH?" FOUR of the biggest nutjobs in Topix today FILTHY ARAB HIDING OUT IN AUSSIELAND JO JO AND GIRLFRIENDS LIAR BEATS HIMSELF SILLY, the SYRAIN Assad Asswiper, FILTHY LYING ARAB CHRISSY HIDING OUT IN CANADA together side by side and agreeing with each other's ignorant nonsense! All Nazi and Hitler Wanna-be's!! Why don't you four nutjobs get together and write just one post. See if the nurses will put you clowns in the same room at that mental institution you're assigned to? Have them increase the dosage on those meds and you clowns write just one post. The gumflappin' won't look so bad and it will save time for the educated in this forum to rummage through all the idiotic ignorant nonsense, lies and propaganda and get to a rational conclusion in hurry. Then we can go on to more educated posts without having to answer so much BS at one sitting.
Syrian

New London, CT

#67 Sep 22, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text> very amusing, i'm nor Armenian or Turk, but obviously your information comes from one source, i suggest you do more open research.
LOL!!

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