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  • #41
    Re: Fools

    Ever since the Romans crucified an innocent Jew with the connivance of the Jewish authorities, the Middle East has become a vipers' nest of unsettled scores and tribal conflicts. No matter what one does or doesn't do there, one is bound to make more enemies than friends.

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    • #42
      Re: Fools

      Two Jewish merchants meet on a road somewhere in Russia at the turn of the last century: "Where are you going?" one of them wants to know."To Minsk," the other replies."Minsk, you say, so that I will think you are going to Pinsk, but you see, I happen to know you are going to Minsk. Why must you always lie to me?"#

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      • #43
        Re: Fools

        Siamanto: “Our perennial enemy–the enemy that will destroy us – is not the Turk
        but our own complacent superficiality.”#armenians

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        • #44
          Re: Fools

          Recycled crap is not conducive to dialogue
          and recycled Armenian crap is no exception.

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          • #45
            Re: Fools

            The older I grow,
            the more I see,
            the less I understand.
            #

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            • #46
              Re: Fools

              On a number of occasions I have been asked by Turkish friends: “If we tried to exterminate Armenians, how come there are so many of you around the world?”
              To which I can only say: millions of Jews are alive today all over the world as well as in Israel. Does that mean the Holocaust is a lie?
              *

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              • #47
                Re: Fools

                "Every nation ridicules other nations, and all are right."

                Arthur Schopenhauer

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                • #48
                  Re: Fools

                  Where riffraff are allowed to hijack the word
                  “patriotism,” love of country becomes hatred of
                  fellow countrymen.

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                  • #49
                    Re: Fools

                    CONFESSION

                    ************************************************** *******
                    When I went into this business
                    thought my readers would like to be analyzed.
                    (After all, Hollywood stars sometimes spend
                    countless hours and millions of dollars on shrinks.)
                    I was wrong.
                    I know now that what my readers want more than anything else
                    is to be flattered and loved.
                    That's because they are not lovable and they know it.
                    To them literature should be a feel-good enterprise
                    and writers brown-nosers.
                    First nation to convert to Christianity.
                    Yes im anoush Hayastani.
                    The eternal snows of Mt. Ararat.
                    The holy waters of Lake Sevan.
                    Khachaturian, Saroyan, Mikoyan.
                    And let's not forget Krikor Ipekian, Yeghisapet Terzakian, and Hagop Palanjian (Gregory Peck, Elizabeth Taylor, and Jack Palance).
                    They can never have enough of these names.
                    They are repeated over and over again like mantras.
                    They represent success and everything else that is good in life. As a child I too was brought up to be proud of them.
                    I was led to believe, if they can make it, so can I.
                    Well, they were wrong and I was wrong too.
                    I didn't make it.
                    I speak as a failure.
                    You may now ignore everything I have said so far
                    and go to bed with an easy conscience.
                    Mamoulian, Aznavour, Cher.
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                    • #50
                      Re: Fools

                      We are better at creating problems than in solving them.*In an environment where everyone, even the dumbest son-of-a-xxxxx is brainwashed to believe he is just about the smart bastard in the world, there is nothing – nothing! – a minor scribbler can say that he doesn’t already know.*Patriotism is a noble sentiment but genocide is its other face.*Have you ever met a boss, bishops or benefactor willing to concede he may have done more harm than good by dividing the community within which he operated?
                      I don’t criticize. I investigate criminal conduct.#

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