Turkish Professor Unmasks Turkey's Criminal Secrets, Outlines The...

Mar 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: usc.edu

TURKISH PROFESSOR UNMASKS TURKEY'S CRIMINAL SECRETS, OUTLINES THE EIGHT PHASES OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE By Appo Jabarian Executive Publisher / Managing Editor USA Armenian Life Magazine Ankara is fast at work to counter the wave of intra-national and international recognition of the Armenian Genocide.

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We trust the future of humanity to those who choose to remain dignified regardless of their nationality.
Prof. Ugur Ungor is one of them.

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tamam yahu

tell you whats the best advice i can give
take us to a world humanitarian court like the jews have, stop being a terrorist and hand over over the stolen lands back to the Azerbaijanis

goodluck fkhead 2x4

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champion65 wrote:
tamam yahu
tell you whats the best advice i can give
take us to a world humanitarian court like the jews have, stop being a terrorist and hand over over the stolen lands back to the Azerbaijanis
...you still beating that (we Turks are innocent of the blood on our hands) drum, ey Champ?

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Ardanien wrote:
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...you still beating that (we Turks are innocent of the blood on our hands) drum, ey Champ?
I am not saying that armenians didn't die. They attacked us together with Russians, French army and only the Turkish&Kurdish civilians responded to them. Did you know that armenians killed about ~150.000 civilians in eastern Anatolia while whole Turkish army was in the battle in Gallipoli against British in 1915???

like i said elswhere i am in favor of the investigation of these. But armenians never wants that. They want this wound remain open forever and never allow anyone to cure it, just like Bulgarians and Greeks does. They think that their people would be better armenians and better Bulgarians if they keep scratching these wounds and create even more myths about these events.
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champion65 wrote:
tamam yahu
tell you whats the best advice i can give
take us to a world humanitarian court like the jews have, stop being a terrorist and hand over over the stolen lands back to the Azerbaijanis
goodluck fkhead 2x4
Chump
You are a turkish cypriot, your fathers fought against the Genocidal IT turks on the British side.
Therefore you do not need to feel guilty on the coward turks behalf.

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Dander wrote:
<quoted text>Chump
You are a turkish cypriot, your fathers fought against the Genocidal IT turks on the British side.
Therefore you do not need to feel guilty on the coward turks behalf.
fkhead you only are awaer of what i allow you to know .

you on the other hand have Turkish blood relations and connected to the Turkish nation via citizenship you hold a turkish passport and take vacations to turkiye ,when you come back you ramble incessantly against everything turkic .

i know you bear little guilt just your fathers had when they were part and welcomed the enemy

hade siktirgit
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champion65 wrote:
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fkhead you only are awaer of what i allow you to know .
you on the other hand have Turkish blood relations and connected to the Turkish nation via citizenship you hold a turkish passport and take vacations to turkiye ,when you come back you ramble incessantly against everything turkic .
i know you bear little guilt just your fathers had when they were part and welcomed the enemy
hade siktirgit
Fkhead chump
why do you feel guilty on coward turks behalf?
Dignified Turks have no problem handling the reality and they are our brothers.

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Dander wrote:
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Fkhead chump
why do you feel guilty on coward turks behalf?
Dignified Turks have no problem handling the reality and they are our brothers.
whos guilty fkhead 2x4 dandy

why arnt you excepting the crimes committed by your kind in Azerbaijan andf back when you started the betrayals early last century and before !!whats the problem are you to ashamed !!!
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whos guilty fkhead 2x4 dandy
why arnt you excepting the crimes committed by your kind in Azerbaijan andf back when you started the betrayals early last century and before !!whats the problem are you to ashamed !!!
Fkead Cypriot turd
are you in charge of bargaining for IT remnant crimes?
1915 Genocide has nothing to do with your ass saving efforts on turd's behalf.
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Fkead Cypriot turd
are you in charge of bargaining for IT remnant crimes?
1915 Genocide has nothing to do with your ass saving efforts on turd's behalf.
Hi Dander,

I know this subject is important to you.
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filipsamovich wrote:
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Hi Dander,
I know this subject is important to you.
And you think it should be overlooked and forgotten just as the coward turks hoped!!
how brave of you!!!!!!
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And you think it should be overlooked and forgotten just as the coward turks hoped!!
how brave of you!!!!!!
Dander,

Acknowledging the subjects importance is a friendly gesture towards you. I should have said nothing since being neither Armenian, nor Turkish, this is not my fight. I am simply trying to stay neutral.

Of course you could quote Martin Luther King, Jr, and say that "An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." On the other hand, trying to be a good neighbor precludes my supporting either side.

Ideally, Armenians and Turks will eventually resolve this issue without outside interference.
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And you think it should be overlooked and forgotten just as the coward turks hoped!!
how brave of you!!!!!!
P.S. Don't put words in my mouth. I said no such thing. I did read the transcripts and watch the presentation.
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P.S. Don't put words in my mouth. I said no such thing. I did read the transcripts and watch the presentation.
And your point is......?
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Dander wrote:
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And your point is......?
March 3, 2013 2:45 AM
Los Angeles, California

Ah yes, my point. I just finished doing a little research, your response prompted, on Armenian terrorism in the United States. Besides killing two Turkish diplomats in my home state of California, and various terrorist bombings in my country, Armenian terrorists stored and abandoned a large quantity of dynamite in Bedford, Ohio. The storage facility was adjacent to a gas station, a day care facility for small children and a major highway. When the dynamite was found it was so deteriorated that an insect walking on it could have caused an explosion killing up to 750 innocent people.

Considering the crimes committed in the 1980's and 1990's by Armenian terrorists in my country, should I be concerned about events in the Middle East almost 90 years ago, or more recent events, some of which took place where I reside?

If your people choose to take the moral low ground, and you might remember I've mentioned this before, don't expect me to support you against other people. As we say in the US, "that is just the kettle calling the tea pot black."

Interesting that you had gained some sympathy from from me before your latest terrorist attack on Topix.

Now You know my point. I didn't know about Armenian terrorism in my country. I do now.

Doesn't this quote apply to all of us? "A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that he is wiser to-day than he was yesterday." Alexander Pope
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Dander is an interesting example of something the United States often does. By trying to fight something, but, overreacting and picking the wrong targets, people and countries often make the problems they are fighting against worse.

In the extreme example, they may cause the problem.

I have to wonder how much of the current terrorism in the world has been caused by the Armenians terrorist example, and just how many people they have indirectly killed?
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filipsamovich wrote:
Dander is an interesting example of something the United States often does. By trying to fight something, but, overreacting and picking the wrong targets, people and countries often make the problems they are fighting against worse.
In the extreme example, they may cause the problem.
I have to wonder how much of the current terrorism in the world has been caused by the Armenians terrorist example, and just how many people they have indirectly killed?
All this crap does not erase the fact of a Genocide crime still waiting justice.
Yes, ASALA terror was a fact, but the world memory had to be shaken to remind them something they chose to forget,
and it worked.
The unpunished Genocidal turk saw no problem going ahead with yet another genocide in 1937, this time on Kurds of DERSIM, and again not a single eye brow was raised.
If this is the future of handing out justice, then you have no right to complain for the outcome of your complacency.
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Dander wrote:
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Yes, ASALA terror was a fact
One Tin Soldier

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Go ahead and hate your neighbor,
Go ahead and cheat a friend.
Do it in the name of Heaven,
You can justify it in the end.
There won't be any trumpets blowing
Come the judgement day,
On the bloody morning after....
One tin soldier rides away.

Terrorism encouraging more terrorism, cheapening human life and resulting in the death of an unknown number of people. This isn't justice. These are the acts of insane people who can justify anything. I guess that's what happens when you take the moral low ground.

Nothing makes you different that any other killers. They all have a reason! I usually try not to be judgemental, but, just who the hell do you think you are?

P.S. Why didn't the Germans get bombed by terrorists after WW II?
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Sorry about that last question Dander. I just realized that some German's confessed and all the people they killed came back to life.
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Dander, You really should remember that you attacked me. I was trying to be neutral and non judgemental.

I sign dozens of petitions in the US and send letters to governments about injustices. You just picked the wrong person to call complacent.

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