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Greek student arrested in Turkey protests

Real History does not allow you to pick and chose as you please Agreed! So stick with your own advice.  (Jun 10, 2013 | post #117)

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Greek student arrested in Turkey protests

If what you say is true than it's you who should show some dignity and stop shaming the memory of your grandfather  (Jun 10, 2013 | post #112)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Thank you very much, very thoughtful of you:) I am sure people in Western Turkey are celebrating good news:))  (Jun 10, 2013 | post #135730)

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Michael Jackson attracted more people than Turkish protest

Yes, unlike you, they are paying for my time in Canada. Did your mother dropped you on your head as a baby or is your current condition rather a side effect of excessive drug use:)?  (Jun 9, 2013 | post #83)

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Michael Jackson attracted more people than Turkish protest

Is this your only outlet to communicate with others?  (Jun 9, 2013 | post #76)

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Michael Jackson attracted more people than Turkish protest

You should check with a shrink to see if there is some sort of medication they can put you on, so they don't have to commit you either to mad house or jail. This much hate and single mindedness are rather ominous signs for your future  (Jun 9, 2013 | post #66)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Turkey has $400 billion debt vs. $800 billion GDP, in other words Turkey's debt is only 50% of its GDP, which is considered very healthy by any measure and much lower than EU average of 85%  (Mar 29, 2013 | post #131357)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

What's worse, it seems even Kurds don't want to play with you any more:) Kurdish terrorist leader in an indirect way invited all Kurds living in Iran, Iraq and Syria to join with Kurds in Turkey under Turkish state with his with reference to Musul, Kerkuk and pre-world war I borders.  (Mar 24, 2013 | post #130985)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Aristo, PM of Israeli issued an apology for Mavi Marmara incident, promised compensation for families of the victims and stated his desire for better relations with Turkey. It seems a Turkish Israel war is rather out of question. So what's your B plan:)?  (Mar 24, 2013 | post #130984)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

and it seems you have no problem making 200K to 4m It makes no difference in the sense that it's a tragedy in both cases It makes a huge difference in the sense that Turks are accused of deliberate and organized ethnic cleansing in mass in other words genocide and yet even our enemy, English, just few years after the events were not able to find any evidence to that effect despite 2 years of court hearings.  (Mar 9, 2013 | post #129944)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Instead of throwing a shovel load of BS on my way, tell me if there are any untruths in my post. If not learn to keep your silence. If anything I understated immigration figures not to make any unintentional mistakes. In my own opinion the actual figure of Armenians who for whatever reason disappeared during the first WW1 was no more than 150,000-200,000 and this figure includes not only adults who died, but also children who were adopted by Turkish families and young women kidnapped by Kurdish and Arabic nomads and bandits in Syria I don't blame Armenians Patriarch for exaggeration numbers to 300K in his attempt to capture international attention for the troubles of his brethren and yet even he would have probably shocked to hear 4 million number which is double the number of total Armenians living any where in Ottoman empire at the time  (Mar 9, 2013 | post #129937)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

It seems the number increase by few hundred thousand every year:) This is a sad chapter in the history of both Turks and Armenians but these outrages claims prevent our nations to grieve and move on. Are you aware that initial death roll claims by Armenian Patriarch himself in 1917 was no more than 300,000. That there is yet a single mass grave of Armenians had to be found. Or the fact that English arrested over 200 government and military officers just after WW1 and hold a trial in Malta for over 2 years on the issue of so called Armenian genocide. Considering Istanbul was under allied occupation at the time English had access to all Ottoman archives and actual witnesses who lived through the events to make their case and yet after two years they concluded that there was no evidence of an organized and deliberate attempt by Turks to kill Armenians in mass Did some Armenians died, YES. 80,000 Turkish soldiers died on the eastern front from cold and starvation without firing a single bullet so Ottoman government at the time did not have the means even to support his own soldiers in a war zone and therefore its conceivable that a considerable number of Armenians died during their journey from Eastern and South Eastern Anatolia to Syria and Lebanon due to a number of different reasons; hunger/thirst, extreme temperatures, bandits, revenge killings.... However total number of Armenians living in Ottoman Empire at the time was only 2 million; 400K or so immigrated to today's Armenia and Russia, another 400K-500K made it to Beirut and later immigrated to US and France. There were 300K or Armenians still living in Anatolia after WW1 and a significant number also directly immigrated to Europe and US from Anatolia This is sad and unfortunate historical event but almost completely stripped off truth and facts today and utilized as a stick over our heads to keep or put us in our place when its necessary  (Mar 9, 2013 | post #129927)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Nobody has to agree with you just because they are Greek, learn to live with that.  (Mar 6, 2013 | post #129304)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Aristo, so you rather deal with Barbarians:)? we need more Turks and Greeks with common sense not the other way around. You are wrong to think that all secular Turks would turn tail at the first sight of trouble at home, and it beats me why Greeks would want such people.  (Mar 4, 2013 | post #128846)

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The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

I will give one example; 90% of people who curse and swore to Erdogan among friends and family behind close doors, tend to kiss his hand, shower him with praises and beg for favors for their family and children when face to face. I rather do neither.  (Mar 4, 2013 | post #128845)