The Assyrian Genocide, Armenia and Tu...

The Assyrian Genocide, Armenia and Turkey

There are 1163 comments on the Groong story from Mar 11, 2012, titled The Assyrian Genocide, Armenia and Turkey. In it, Groong reports that:

Assyrian International News Agency AINA March 10 2012 The Assyrian Genocide, Armenia and Turkey -- On February 29, 2012 Hürriyet Daily News published an article on the erection of an Assyrian Genocide monument in Armenia.

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Dander

Sydney, Australia

#1 Mar 11, 2012
We are all in this fight together against the Shamless Denialist IT remnant mentality.
Mehruhi

Istanbul, Turkey

#2 Mar 12, 2012
Armenia starving to death but our goverment spends our money for stupid monuments.

Dardanelli

Istanbul, Turkey

#3 Mar 12, 2012
With zero evidence, zero mass graves and having many baseless stories, these bastards can only prove that they do lie more than Pinocchio!!

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Qunem-mamt-jmt

Glendale, CA

#4 Mar 12, 2012
Dardanelli wrote:
With zero evidence, zero mass graves and having many baseless stories, these bastards can only prove that they do lie more than Pinocchio!!
Jmt turk yev azeri mamat qunem
Talat TURK

Istanbul, Turkey

#5 Mar 12, 2012
Qunem-mamt-jmt wrote:
<quoted text>
Jmt turk yev azeri mamat qunem
QUNEM senin anani bacini.Qunem all armenians.
Dardanelli

Istanbul, Turkey

#6 Mar 12, 2012
Talat TURK wrote:
<quoted text>
QUNEM senin anani bacini.Qunem all armenians.
hehehe aynen!!! Analarini, bacilarini qunem!!:)

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#7 Mar 12, 2012
Dander wrote:
We are all in this fight together against the Shamless Denialist IT remnant mentality.
heheheheeh
Useless,you can not do anything..

hehehe
you are weak,
Low qulified,
ignorant,
Full of hate.
Starving,
very small population,
Parasites of the world..
helpless
desparate
Noone cares about you..
You are not important for anyone

Even your so-called genocide allegations are many people's toilet paper..

heheheh

You are dead...

Since: Aug 08

Yerevan, Armenia

#8 Mar 12, 2012
Are you scared?
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
heheheheeh
Useless,you can not do anything..
hehehe
you are weak,
Low qulified,
ignorant,
Full of hate.
Starving,
very small population,
Parasites of the world..
helpless
desparate
Noone cares about you..
You are not important for anyone
Even your so-called genocide allegations are many people's toilet paper..
heheheh
You are dead...

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#9 Mar 12, 2012
Shant wrote:
Are you scared?
<quoted text>
Scared of the Liar-menian forces?
yes very much...
That is why we are fcukking 100.000 Liar-menians every night for USD15.-
yes,you are scaring us..
hehehehehee
GrandPa

Morelia, Mexico

#11 Mar 12, 2012
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
Scared of the Liar-menian forces?
yes very much...
That is why we are fcukking 100.000 Liar-menians every night for USD15.-
yes,you are scaring us..
hehehehehee
Okuz educate yourself read some real scholarly works.
In the aftermath of its disastrous defeat in World War I, Ottoman Turkey had to face the wartime crime of the destruction of its Armenian population. An inquiry commissioned by the Ottoman government in 1919 presented enough preliminary evidence to organize a series of trials involving the perpetrators of these crimes. It is the record of these trials, and the unparalleled details they provide on the planning and implementation of the crimes, that brought together the two most renowned scholars of the Armenian Genocide, Professors Vahakn Dadrian and Taner Akcam, in their first joint publication. After years of research and analysis, the authors have compiled the complete documentation of the trial proceedings and have set these findings in their historical and legal context.

http://www.armenianweekly.com/2011/11/22/dadr...

In describing the book, Dadrian said,“This is a most important work, for two reasons. First, it is based on authentic Turkish documentation, which the Ottoman government was forced to release during the trials. Second, unlike most books on the Armenian Genocide, which are historical interpretations, this study, for the first time, is based also on the testimony of high-ranking Ottoman officials, given under oath, on the magnitude of the crimes against the Armenians, and in this sense, serves as a legal case study of the Armenian Genocide.”

During his more than 50 years of research on the subject, Dadrian discovered that the Takvim-i Vekayi, the official Ottoman government’s gazette, was not the only major source of information on the military tribunals. In fact, Renaissance, a French-language Armenian newspaper in Istanbul at the time, reported summaries of many of the trial proceedings taken from the reports of the Ottoman-language newspapers of the day, which were otherwise not accounted for in official government records.

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#12 Mar 12, 2012
GrandPa wrote:
<quoted text>Okuz educate yourself read some real scholarly works.
In the aftermath of its disastrous defeat in World War I, Ottoman Turkey had to face the wartime crime of the destruction of its Armenian population. An inquiry commissioned by the Ottoman government in 1919 presented enough preliminary evidence to organize a series of trials involving the perpetrators of these crimes. It is the record of these trials, and the unparalleled details they provide on the planning and implementation of the crimes, that brought together the two most renowned scholars of the Armenian Genocide, Professors Vahakn Dadrian and Taner Akcam, in their first joint publication. After years of research and analysis, the authors have compiled the complete documentation of the trial proceedings and have set these findings in their historical and legal context.
http://www.armenianweekly.com/2011/11/22/dadr...
In describing the book, Dadrian said,“This is a most important work, for two reasons. First, it is based on authentic Turkish documentation, which the Ottoman government was forced to release during the trials. Second, unlike most books on the Armenian Genocide, which are historical interpretations, this study, for the first time, is based also on the testimony of high-ranking Ottoman officials, given under oath, on the magnitude of the crimes against the Armenians, and in this sense, serves as a legal case study of the Armenian Genocide.”
During his more than 50 years of research on the subject, Dadrian discovered that the Takvim-i Vekayi, the official Ottoman government’s gazette, was not the only major source of information on the military tribunals. In fact, Renaissance, a French-language Armenian newspaper in Istanbul at the time, reported summaries of many of the trial proceedings taken from the reports of the Ottoman-language newspapers of the day, which were otherwise not accounted for in official government records.
Ohhh ,you have a wonderfull source,very neutral and scientific about the Fcukken genocide lie..

hehehehehe
I have given you 100times more proofs from USA newspapers and you can even read them..

hehehehehehe

Liarmenians has no place to go,just HELL,soon...
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#13 Mar 12, 2012
OKUZ
when are you going to PAINT the wall in Holocaust Museum?
Do you have enough paint to cover and hide what is written on it?

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#15 Mar 12, 2012
heres some thing id paint on the walls of the fake armenians memorials

"The Armenians did exterminate the entire Muslim population of Russian Armenia as Muslims were considered inferior to the Armenians by the prominent leaders of the Dashnaks."

Mikael Kaprilian, Armenian revolutionary leader, in Yerevan, 1919.

"The Armenians did exterminate the entire Muslim population of Russian Armenia as Muslims were considered inferior to the Armenians by the prominent leaders of the Dashnaks."

Mikael Kaprilian, Armenian revolutionary leader, in Yerevan, 1919.

"In Soviet Armenia today there no longer exists a single Turkish soul."

Sahak Melkonian, Preserving the Armenian Purity, 1920

"There are 400.000 Armenians in the Caucasus, who escaped from the Ottoman State."

Hatisov, a later Armenian President, who had joined the Trabzon Conference (14 March-14 April 1918), in a message to Hüseyin Rauf.(Richard Hovannisian later updated this figure to 500,000.) In addition to other non-Ottoman lands many thousands of Armenians had found refuge in (e.g., Iran, Greece), it becomes plain to see all the Armenian men could not have been murdered in one magical stroke, as Armenian propaganda tells us.(Akdes, Nimel Kurat, Turkey and Russia, Ankara, 1990, p.471)

"... It's better that I be a dog or a cat, than a Turkish barbarian..."

Edna Petrosyan, a SIX YEAR OLD Californian girl who recites hateful poems on the insistence of her mother. It is easy to see how this cycle of hate-perpetuation feeds the "Armenian Genocide" obsession for most Armenians. The Los Angeles Times, February 1, 1990

"In life, questions outnumber answers. Case in point: If they are bloodthirsty savages, why did they wait for 600 years to slaughter us?"

Ara Baliozian, from a Yahoo group. The above is an addendum to the QUOTES page, on August 2007

[One of the main aspects of Armenian] "national psychology...[is] to seek external causes for [Armenian ] misfortune."..."One might think we found a spiritual consolation in the conviction that the Russians behaved villainously towards us."

Hovhannes Katchaznouni, First Prime Minister of the Independent Armenian Republic, The Manifesto of Hovhannes Katchaznouni,1923, Page 8.

"The centuries rarely produce a genius. Look at this bad luck of ours, that great genius of our era was granted to the Turkish nation."

David Lloyd George, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, after his nation's plans to wipe Turkey off the face of the earth ran into a snag.

"When the Russians and the Turks became enemies at war in 1914, the Armenians sided with the Russians. As soon as word spread that the Armenians were massacring Moslem Turks and Kurds and were setting up an Armenian government in Van, the Young Turks passed a law to disarm and deport them. This turned into the 1915-1916 migrations and massacres of Armenians, and was followed by counter-massacres of Muslims by Russo-Armenian forces occupying eastern Turkey n 1917-18."

Eleanor Bisbee, "The New Turks," University of Pennsylvania, 1951, p. 49

want more!! just say please
GrandPa

Morelia, Mexico

#16 Mar 13, 2012
http://asbarez.com/98857/human-rights-court-r...

STRASBOURG—The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday unanimously ruled that the recognition of the Armenian Genocide cannot be criminalized in Turkey. The verdict stemmed from a case brought to the court by noted scholar Taner Akcam.

In the case Taner Akcam vs. Turkey, the court ruled that Turkey’s ongoing criminal prosecution of scholarship on the Armenian Genocide issue constituted a violation of Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
TRUTHlover

Romania

#17 Mar 13, 2012
GrandPa wrote:
<quoted text>Okuz educate yourself read some real scholarly works.
In the aftermath of its disastrous defeat in World War I, Ottoman Turkey had to face the wartime crime of the destruction of its Armenian population..........In fact, Renaissance, a French-language Armenian newspaper in Istanbul at the time, reported summaries of many of the trial proceedings taken from the reports of the Ottoman-language newspapers of the day, which were otherwise not accounted for in official government records.
Quote from your post:

"..........the Takvim-i Vekayi, the official Ottoman government’s gazette, was not the only major source of information on the military tribunals. In fact, Renaissance, a French-language Armenian newspaper in Istanbul at the time..."

In other words, they researched for "50 years" the publications by an ARMENIAN newspaper .....

What can you expect?

But very interesting, that the Armenian Owners and the Armenian employees (and their families) of this publishing house were not killed, deported or otherwise harmed during the "genocide"?????

Furthermore, it was published in French ..... What was the target group (readers) of this newspaper?????

Common sense says, the newspaper is published in French ... well the main readers were the French people (enemy - occupying forces) in the Ottoman Empire and NOT the Ottoman population !!

Under these circumstances, even for an idiot should light up warning signs....

Cheers,
TRUTHlover

Romania

#18 Mar 13, 2012
GrandPa wrote:
http://asbarez.com/98857/human -rights-court-rules-turkey-can not-criminalize-genocide-recog nition/
STRASBOURG—The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday unanimously ruled that the recognition of the Armenian Genocide cannot be criminalized in Turkey. The verdict stemmed from a case brought to the court by noted scholar Taner Akcam.
In the case Taner Akcam vs. Turkey, the court ruled that Turkey’s ongoing criminal prosecution of scholarship on the Armenian Genocide issue constituted a violation of Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Interesting ruling .....A sword with two edges .....

Because then in the same time no country in the EU can prohibit anyone to deny the genocide, too.

Cheers,
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#19 Mar 13, 2012
Turd Lover
Ottoman muslims could not even read Takvim-i vekayi
let alone Renaissance in French!
But the civilised world could.
And you are a stupid NOBODY having turan dreams.

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#20 Mar 13, 2012
GrandPa wrote:
http://asbarez.com/98857/human -rights-court-rules-turkey-can not-criminalize-genocide-recog nition/
STRASBOURG—The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday unanimously ruled that the recognition of the Armenian Genocide cannot be criminalized in Turkey. The verdict stemmed from a case brought to the court by noted scholar Taner Akcam.
In the case Taner Akcam vs. Turkey, the court ruled that Turkey’s ongoing criminal prosecution of scholarship on the Armenian Genocide issue constituted a violation of Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
taner akjam is a paid by the cafesian and arf diasporas he is owned by you lot and told what to do to increase any support

if you want a link outlineing specifics just say the word

thannnnnnkkkkkssss

“FREE OCCUPIED ASSYRIA!!!”

Since: Feb 12

Blaasveld, Belgium

#21 Mar 13, 2012
ASSYRIA, ARMENIA, RUSSIA, GREECE, BULGARIA, ROMANIA, MOLDOVIA, UKRANIA, GEORGIA, SERBIA, POLAND AND BELARUS UNITED!!!!!!!!!!

“FREE OCCUPIED ASSYRIA!!!”

Since: Feb 12

Blaasveld, Belgium

#22 Mar 13, 2012
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
heheheheeh
Useless,you can not do anything..
hehehe
you are weak,
Low qulified,
ignorant,
Full of hate.
Starving,
very small population,
Parasites of the world..
helpless
desparate
Noone cares about you..
You are not important for anyone
Even your so-called genocide allegations are many people's toilet paper..
heheheh
You are dead...
look at yourself! germany admitted the genocide on the jews and is now the strongest and richest nation of europe, it will not harm you to admit a couple of deads, on the countrary, it will buy you respect in the world for admitting

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