Turkologist: On threshold of Armenian Genocide's centennial, Turkey...

Nov 22, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ARMINFO news agency

Turkologist: On threshold of Armenian Genocide's centennial, Turkey may resort to any tricks, even to creation of fictional government of Western Armenia in exile On the threshold of the Armenian Genocide's centennial, Turkey may resort to any tricks to prevent a new wave of international recognition of Armenian Genocide.

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Dander

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THE CANNONBALLER

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Dander wrote:
WTF are you on about..we don`t care whatever you want to do for this fictional centennial..go ahead,make our day!
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THE CANNONBALLER wrote:
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WTF are you on about..we don`t care whatever you want to do for this fictional centennial..go ahead,make our day!
I suppose you are pulling the strings from Northampton.lolzzz Mr. self Important.

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All countries made ethnic cleansings.

Turkey against Christians and minorities, Armenia against Muslims and others, etc etc.

If one country want to have progress, need to recognize the criminals who made at the past, and need to invite to return, the humans who left at the past.

And Turkey to join eu, need to open borders with Armenia.

And Armenia need also to join eu-nato.
Andranik

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Nov 23, 2012
 
european2012 wrote:
All countries made ethnic cleansings.
Turkey against Christians and minorities, Armenia against Muslims and others, etc etc.
If one country want to have progress, need to recognize the criminals who made at the past, and need to invite to return, the humans who left at the past.
And Turkey to join eu, need to open borders with Armenia.
And Armenia need also to join eu-nato.
Ok we get it already, what about Russia, China.....?
Dander

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THE CANNONBALLER wrote:
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WTF are you on about..we don`t care whatever you want to do for this fictional centennial..go ahead,make our day!
Canine baller
did you read the links or just being the usual coward turk in denial?
Mary Joe

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Andranik wrote:
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Ok we get it already, what about Russia, China.....?
We absolutely condemn the idea that great nations , having remarkable history and culture , must be abolished , FOR undesirable nations come and get settled in their places.

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Andranik wrote:
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Ok we get it already, what about Russia, China.....?
Russia and China to have development need to become liberal countries.

If Russia not throw out Putin and not join eu-nato, will dissolve at the future.
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Canine baller
did you read the links or just being the usual coward turk in denial?
Dandy..
I read more than you can ever read.This is why my opinions are not formed after a single newspaper article like you lot.
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Dandy..
I read more than you can ever read.This is why my opinions are not formed after a single newspaper article like you lot.
Canine baller Ali school dropout,
changing your name does not make you look smarter than what you are.
You are scared to read.
as Kemal Tahir described; you are nothing more than a BUYUK MAL!
You are scared to open those links!
BMW

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Andranik wrote:
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Ok we get it already, what about Russia, China.....?
He's a parrot, he couldn't answer your question!!
BMW

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Mary Joe wrote:
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We absolutely condemn the idea that great nations , having remarkable history and culture , must be abolished , FOR undesirable nations come and get settled in their places.
Please name those undesirable nations.
Mary Joe

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Please name those undesirable nations.
The mishmashes, the pishpashes,and the dishdashes.
Ha ha ha ha

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european2012 wrote:
All countries made ethnic cleansings.
Turkey against Christians and minorities, Armenia against Muslims and others, etc etc.
If one country want to have progress, need to recognize the criminals who made at the past, and need to invite to return, the humans who left at the past.
And Turkey to join eu, need to open borders with Armenia.
And Armenia need also to join eu-nato.
It is a documented fact that Christians and Muslims used to live together in Ottoman period without any problems, it is even noted that many Armenians had high ranking positions in the government. Now towards the downfall of the Ottoman Empire ethnic minorities started to revolt against the government which was cunningly instigated by the enemies of the 600 year old Empire. Ottoman Empire as a Muslim empire was a threat to Western civilization. The best way to collapse such an empire was to cause disturbance from within. I would not call The Armenian issue ethnic cleansing but rather a civil war with casualties from both sides. Unfortunately Armenians and Turks are both stubborn people and both sides are defending their own interest without thinking objectively .I think both Turks and Armenians need to start thinking outside the box and try to repair their relationship. For Godís sake both are genetically almost the same people! Isn't it ironic that the closest people are usually the greatest enemies!

I am ethnically Turkish and I am not discriminative towards Armenians and I donít think anyone should be forced to identify to any identity other than what they are. I donít think Itís an insult to be an Armenian, Kurd, Arab etc.. and I think using racial ethnic identity as a racial slur is just plain arrogance and ignorance (such as Arab, Ermeni or Hindi.). Ethnic minorities of Turkey should have citizenship and be treated as any other Turk but they should not be forced to identify as a Turk and they should not feel the psychological pressure of feeling to conceal their identity. Now what I mean by this is such minorities of course would be Turks officially (citizens of Turkey) such as how various ethnic groups of the US identify as Americans yet no one questions their ĎíAmericannessíí regardless of their ethnic background, same would be the case of an Armenian or a Kurd. They can identify for instance as Turkish Armenians/Turkish Kurds. By identifying as such they would be preserving their ethnic background as well as showing allegiance to the host government.
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Armenian what? Grandma grandpa telltales to exploit the Christian nations charitable hearts. While 8 million Armenians are living abroad, the 3 million in the Armenian Republic are facing starvation. Spin, misinformation, lies & terror has become the Armenian diaspora's ethnic identity overseas. I have Armenian & Turkish friends in Sydney & both are equally nice people however when we leave politics & religious bias aside & carefully examine what is presented to us, I think the Armenians are talented liars. Not necessarily bc they are aware that they are lying but it was their parents who lied to them & they did not bother to check the so called facts. http://www.armeniangenocidelies.com/
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Troy wrote:
Armenian what? Grandma grandpa telltales to exploit the Christian nations charitable hearts. While 8 million Armenians are living abroad, the 3 million in the Armenian Republic are facing starvation. Spin, misinformation, lies & terror has become the Armenian diaspora's ethnic identity overseas. I have Armenian & Turkish friends in Sydney & both are equally nice people however when we leave politics & religious bias aside & carefully examine what is presented to us, I think the Armenians are talented liars. Not necessarily bc they are aware that they are lying but it was their parents who lied to them & they did not bother to check the so called facts. http://www.armeniangenocidelies.com/
Turk denying his identity is a turd!!!
Troy

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Andranik you served with General Dro (Drastamat Kanayan) on various fronts alongside the Russian Army didn't you? Read your history pal forget the grandma grandpa stories, it's 21st century. Andranik Ozanian is not a name for a key tag, it's the name of a Russian Army General in ww1 with Armenian heritage.
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Nov 26, 2012
 
Read this too!

"Several Jewish soldiers serving in the Red Army and captured as POWs were saved by some of the Armenians in the Legion. Josef Moisevich Kogan, a Jewish Red Army soldier captured by German forces, noted the help he received by an Armenian doctor in the 812th when he was sneaked into the battalion itself and later escaped with the help of Dutch underground resistance members.[6] Other instances included Jews being sent inside the battalion to evade detection by the Nazis.[11] Hans Houterman reported that a battalion in Holland where the legion was stationed even revolted.[12]"
Andranik

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Troy wrote:
Andranik you served with General Dro (Drastamat Kanayan) on various fronts alongside the Russian Army didn't you? Read your history pal forget the grandma grandpa stories, it's 21st century. Andranik Ozanian is not a name for a key tag, it's the name of a Russian Army General in ww1 with Armenian heritage.
troll they were fighting against the soviets! Back to school!
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I'm not saying all men are bastards, in that case there are similar stories of such humanity by the Turk's saving Armenian lives. You seem to have dug yourself a big deep hole. This does not change the fact that Armenia has instituted a state medal in honor of the name of a Nazi war criminal who was Armenia's 1st Defence Minister & later lived a comfortable life in Boston where he died. Call a spade a spade. This is embarrasing but you seem to have developed a reaction of responding without even thinking the meaning of this. Pal, think with conscience, think slow, don't rush it take your time, go have a coffee or something.

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