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Turkey: A huge lie that never existed!

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“I am coming to get you”

Since: Nov 11

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#359
Dec 7, 2011
 
The Diaspora wrote:
Turkey likes to play the innocent victim of Armenian propaganda and Armenian territorial ambitions.
Poor Turkey so misunderstood...( lol!!)
Its hard not to believe that the Ottoman Turks weren't involved in some sort ethnic "removal".
All we have to do is look at their contemporary track record.
Look at the systematic Pogrom against Christians that's underway in Turkey today.
Look at how badly they treat the Kurds.
If it wasn't for the carrot and stick of possible EU membership the Kurds would be systematically neutered.
Look at Turkey's invasion of independent Cyprus.
That wound should have been healed with Cyprus's entry in the EU but Turkey plays hard ball.
If it wasn't for the possibility of Turkey's admittance into the EU they would be much more aggressive towards any group they don't like.
The US should seriously consider removing it's military presence from Turkey.
If Turks want to become Islamists let them.
USA, Germany, France and other Western nations have come to grips with the truth of their past.
It's time Turkey wakes up and does the same. They are at a cross roads today. Do they want to become another intolerant Islamic Fascist state (Iran Saudi Arabia etc) or do they want to continue on the path to becoming modern democratic country.
The recognition of the Christian Genocides and the return of stollen occupied lands is the path.
Thank you for the support on the Cyprus issue.
I appreciate it.
Serzh

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#360
Dec 8, 2011
 
Renowned singer Flora Martirosyan plans to continue her “Never Again” series of concerts through 2015 – the the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, engaging the help of other notable artists.

At a press conference on Thursday in Yerevan, People’s Artist, Los Angeles-based singer Martirosyan said her concert on November 1 in Los Angeles was a big success.

Martirosyan who is also the founder of Artists for Peace Organization, says that cooperating with world-famous musicians and artists, ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide she plans to once again attract the international community’s attention to the Armenian Genocide, violence committed against humanity, as well as to send a message of hope and peace to the world.

“In the future concerts are planned in Russia, Europe and some countries of the East, and in 2015 – in Armenia,” Martirosyan said.

Stevie Wonder, Arto Tunjboyajian (of Armenian Navy Band), two-time Grammy winner Eric Benet, poet, actor Michael Stone (brother of Sharon Stone; Martirosyan collaborated with Michael Stone earlier), and Greek singer Alexia Vassiliou participated in the concert in Los Angeles.

After the concert Stevie Wonder told journalists that he prays every day asking that no such crimes repeat again.

“I participate in this concert not as an Ambassador of Peace, as I am usually called, but rather as Stevie Wonder the individual. I am delighted and I have heard Flora Martirosyan singing with special pleasure. She has a unique and exceptional voice.

It is more than pleasant for me to say that today I did not only get acquainted with the Armenian community, but I also got new friends.

I have promised to write a new song for this great singer, and most probably it is going to be a duet by the two of us,” Wonder said.
Armenian Diaspora

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#362
Dec 12, 2011
 
An Armenian seismologist spoke today against plans to build the so-called Persian Tower in downtown Yerevan designed as a 50-story hotel.

Vladimir Balasanian, an independent seismologist, speaking at a news conference, said he and his colleagues are categorically against the construction of the hotel in Yerevan, particularly, and in Armenia in general because a strong earthquake would collapse it and destroy all nearby structures.

Balasanian said the hotel is supposed to be built by Iranians who are unaware of Armenia’s seismic risks. Mkrtich Miansian, head of the Union of Armenian Architects, also spoke against this plan urging the government to take action against the plan.

The tower is supposed to be constructed on a land plot between Moskva cinema house and the building of the Union of Artists of Armenia. The land plot formerly belonged to the Union of Artists, but since the 90s has been resold several times and now is owned by an Iranian company Tidas International that resumes form time to time the talk about plans to build the hotel.

Earlier the Union of Architects said it was ready to ask president Serzh Sargsyan and the National Assembly to block the decision, as well as initiate a public debate on this issue. Mkrtich Minasian expressed hope that the municipality of Yerevan will reconsider the previously issued permit and will prohibit the construction of the Persian Tower.
Serzh

Toronto, Canada

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#363
Dec 12, 2011
 
President Serzh Sargsyan told an audience of Diaspora Armenians in France that “sooner or later” Turkey will admit the Armenian Genocide.

At a community meeting in Marseille, Sargsyan, more or less repeated some of the comments made by French President Nicolas Sarcozy in Yerevan in October, when Sarcozy said Turkey has to be able to face its history no matter good or bad.

According to Mediamax new agency, Sargsyan said:

''We are sure Turkey is going to repent. It's neither a precondition nor an aspiration to take revenge. Turkey should face its history. Turkish leadership can find the strength to reconsider its approaches towards the Armenian Genocide.

“Our position hasn't changed and it's quite clear. We are ready to have normal relations with Turkey as it befits neighboring countries. For instance, Poland and Germany were such neighboring countries when the Chancellor Willy Brandt, realizing the crime committed by his country, knelt at Warsaw ghetto.

“Sooner or later Turkey, which considers itself a European country, will have leadership which will bow at Tsitsernakaberd. Better soon but it’s the matter of the Turkish people. We don’t oblige them anything. They should do that for the sake of the Turkish people as Willy Brandt did it for the sake of Germans.''
The Diaspora

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#364
Dec 13, 2011
 
RFE/RL -- U.S. Vice President Joe Biden pressed Turkey to unconditionally ratify its Western-backed normalization agreements with Armenia “in the months ahead” during a visit to Ankara and Istanbul that ended at the weekend.

A senior official from the administration of President Barack Obama said the fate of the two Turkish-Armenian protocols signed in 2009 was on the agenda of Biden’s talks with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and parliament speaker Cemil Cicek.The official said that during a breakfast meeting with Cicek on Friday Biden “applauded the fact that the protocols for normalization with Armenia were back on the agenda of the [Turkish] parliament.”

“And he expressed his hope that the parliament will be able to act those protocols in the months ahead,” the official told U.S. journalists travelling with Biden.

The U.S. vice president met Gul later on Friday before travelling to Istanbul for separate talks with Erdogan held on Sunday.“On Armenia, he said to the prime minister what he had raised with President Gul, as well, the hope that now that the protocols for normalization were back on the agenda of the parliament that Turkey would be able to move on those protocols in the months ahead,” the Obama administration official said.U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton conveyed a similar message to the Turkish government when she visited Istanbul last July.

The Turkish leaders and Erdogan in particular have repeatedly made clear that the protocols will not be ratified by Turkey’s parliament before a breakthrough in international efforts to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.Armenia rejects this precondition. President Serzh Sarkisian threatened earlier this year to withdraw Yerevan’s signature from the accord if the Turks stick to the Karabakh linkage.

According to the Istanbul-based “Hurriyet Daily News” newspaper, Biden told Gul that Ankara should “speed up the normalization process with Armenia” if it wants the Obama administration to block further resolutions in the U.S. Congress recognizing the 1915 mass killings of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire as genocide.This warning attributed to Biden could be seized upon by Armenian critics of the Turkish-Armenian rapprochement who say it has helped Ankara to thwart a broader international recognition of the Armenian genocide.

They were already incensed when Biden claimed last year that Sarkisian himself had asked the White House not to use the word genocide with regard to the slaughter of some 1.5 Ottoman Armenians while Turkish-Armenian negotiations are in progress. Both official Yerevan and the U.S. Embassy in Armenia denied Biden’s claim videotaped by an Armenian-American activist.Biden strongly supported Armenian genocide resolutions debated by Congress when he was a member of the U.S. Senate.
Diaspora of Armenia

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#365
Oct 6, 2012
 
---PanARMENIAN.Net ---
For the presidential campaign to run smoothly, the Prime Minister should dismiss the Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu whose activities did nothing but harm to Turkey..

During the past few years, the Turkish foreign policy has been focusing on confrontation rather than stabilization of relations with its neighbours.

Now, Erdoğan suddenly comes up as an Arab reconciler, which is nonsense. Islamic solidarity is good indeed, yet for the time being. The collapse of the Ottoman Empire has not faded yet, and the Arabs have not forgotten the occupation of their own lands and Turks’ hatred to various Arab tribes.

This is what the Syrian state agency SANA says about Erdogan:“This is a new sultan obsessed with megalomania who uses the moss-grown wording dating back to the Ottoman Empire the Arab nations rose against. In vain he tries to eliminate the memory of the Arab nation that has once shattered the Osmanism. He seems to have forgotten that Damascus, Aleppo, Ar-Raqqah and other Syrian cities have rejected his ancestors.

Today, these very cities reject descendants of those invaders and oppose their mercenaries Erdoğan send to spread death among the Syrian people. Erdoğan who speaks about freedom and independence, is in fact a spear the West targets at the whole region. Also, Erdoğan watches the Israeli slander the Prophet and does nothing to counteract this.”

Turkey’s role in the “fight against dictator Assad” has been much spoken about. Ankara openly funds the militants of Syrian opposition and trains them in the camps allegedly established for the refugees; members of al-Qaeda and other extremist organizations move to Syria through the Turkish territory.

It is worth noting that the Turkish opposition sent a clear message to Erdogan saying his dreams of Ottoman Empire’s revival are not only unfeasible but also pose danger for Turkey and the whole region. However, the Turkish PM seems to have lost the sense of reality; his statements, if not aimed at domestic audience and cheap populism, resemble a reckless scheme. Securing the support of the new Egyptian leader Mohamed Morsi, Erdoğan attempts to launch the revival of Osmanism in Egypt. Actually, Syria is more important for him, but he will hardly succeed here. Morsi does not know either what to do with Syria: either reject the military intervention, or join Assad’s dethronement, in case this does happen. Still, Morsi backs Turkey and Wahhabite monarchies of the Gulf which support the terrorists under the pretext of protecting the human rights and freedoms. There seem to be certain discrepancy here: extremists from the Society of the Muslim Brothers, and human rights along with democracy... But this is what the U.S. wants and provides funding for; hence, Morsi and others will further speak of democracy.

During the past three years, the U.S. Department of State “became known” for its Near East policy which yielded nothing good either for the region or the U.S.. Christopher Stevens’ appointment as the American ambassador in Libya and his assassination in Benghazi showed the unawareness of the Department of State of the situation in Arab countries. And this is just the beginning. Bashar al-Assad will fight until the very end. Meanwhile, Turkey will either have to take a neutral stance with regard to Syria, or collapse; Kurds will “aid” it to do the latter.
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Oct 7, 2012
 
That was ahead of its time when posted...
Diaspora of Armenia

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Oct 7, 2012
 
---------PanARMENIAN.Net------ ---

Erdogan assumes the role of Arab reconciler

Ankara openly funds the militants of Syrian opposition and trains them in camps allegedly established for the refugees.

The recent 4th session of Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) became the final one for the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Being re-elected the leader of the party for the third and last time, the PM is heading for the 2014 presidential campaign now. Since the current president Abdullah Gul cannot participate in the presidential race due to health problems, Erdogan will face almost no real rivals. This is what “entitles” Erdogan to interfere with affairs of other regional countries and seriously dream of reviving the Ottoman Empire.
October 6, 2012

This is what the Syrian state agency SANA says about Erdogan:“This is a new sultan obsessed with megalomania who uses the moss-grown wording dating back to the Ottoman Empire the Arab nations rose against. In vain he tries to eliminate the memory of the Arab nation that has once shattered the Osmanism. He seems to have forgotten that Damascus, Aleppo, Ar-Raqqah and other Syrian cities have rejected his ancestors. Today, these very cities reject descendants of those invaders and oppose their mercenaries Erdogan send to spread death among the Syrian people. Erdogan who speaks about freedom and independence, is in fact a spear the West targets at the whole region. Also, Erdogan watches the Israeli slander the Prophet and does nothing to counteract this.”

Turkey’s role in the “fight against dictator Assad” has been much spoken about. Ankara openly funds the militants of Syrian opposition and trains them in the camps allegedly established for the refugees; members of al-Qaeda and other extremist organizations move to Syria through the Turkish territory.

It is worth noting that the Turkish opposition sent a clear message to Erdogan saying his dreams of Ottoman Empire’s revival are not only unfeasible but also pose danger for Turkey and the whole region. However, the Turkish PM seems to have lost the sense of reality; his statements, if not aimed at domestic audience and cheap populism, resemble a reckless scheme. Securing the support of the new Egyptian leader Mohamed Morsi, Erdogan attempts to launch the revival of Osmanism in Egypt. Actually, Syria is more important for him, but he will hardly succeed here. Morsi does not know either what to do with Syria: either reject the military intervention, or join Assad’s dethronement, in case this does happen. Still, Morsi backs Turkey and Wahhabite monarchies of the Gulf which support the terrorists under the pretext of protecting the human rights and freedoms. There seem to be certain discrepancy here: extremists from the Society of the Muslim Brothers, and human rights along with democracy... But this is what the U.S.A wants and provides funding for; hence, Morsi and others will further speak of democracy,

During the past three years, the U.S. Department of State “became known” for its Near East policy which yielded nothing good either for the region or the U.S.. Christopher Stevens’ appointment as the American ambassador in Libya and his assassination in Benghazi showed the unawareness of the Department of State of the situation in Arab countries. And this is just the beginning. Bashar al-Assad will fight until the very end. Meanwhile, Turkey will either have to take a neutral stance with regard to Syria, or collapse; Kurds will “aid” it to do the latter...
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Bursa, Turkey

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#368
Oct 7, 2012
 
Yea, ok.

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