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  • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

    Originally posted by londontsi View Post
    MHP youth wing head slams Armenian jazz concert

    http://www.todayszaman.com/anasayfa_...rt_391862.html





    The head of the Nationalist Movement Party's (MHP) youth organization in Kars has asked if Armenians should be hunted down in the streets, in reaction to Armenian jazz musician Tigran Hamasyan's concert in Kars on Sunday evening.

    According to a story in the Hürriyet daily on Thursday, Tolga Adıgüzel criticized the fact that the performers wore priests' vestments. Adıgüzel claimed that in 1915, Armenians killed many Turks in the same area as the concert, which is why the concert was inappropriate. He questioned the motive of the concert, asking: “Who supports them at home [in Turkey]? What is their intention? Who are those sold-out traitor brains that organized the event? Should we hunt down the Armenians in the streets?”

    Adıgüzel stated that Turkish people do not have national ceremonies or festivals at the holy places of Armenians, saying: “Just because we didn't do it it does not mean we cannot. We noted this [concert].” He also claimed that if something similar happens again, they will do anything necessary to stop it.

    Hamasyan came to Turkey for the Turkish leg of his ongoing project “Luys i Luso,” a representation of Armenian sacred music from the fifth to 20th centuries performed in 100 churches around the world and performed a concert in the ruins of the medieval city of Ani in the eastern Turkish province of Kars.

    .
    This represents the basic turc fundamental , all else combined is --- MINISCULE --- when compared to total population of turc/kurd sentiment .
    Let erdotwit talk for more than 1 minute about the Hayr and this same jive spews from his mouth, or is that his butt ? can't tell the difference.
    HARK

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    • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

      Originally posted by londontsi View Post
      MHP youth wing head slams Armenian jazz concert

      http://www.todayszaman.com/anasayfa_...rt_391862.html





      The head of the Nationalist Movement Party's (MHP) youth organization in Kars has asked if Armenians should be hunted down in the streets, in reaction to Armenian jazz musician Tigran Hamasyan's concert in Kars on Sunday evening.

      According to a story in the Hürriyet daily on Thursday, Tolga Adıgüzel criticized the fact that the performers wore priests' vestments. Adıgüzel claimed that in 1915, Armenians killed many Turks in the same area as the concert, which is why the concert was inappropriate. He questioned the motive of the concert, asking: “Who supports them at home [in Turkey]? What is their intention? Who are those sold-out traitor brains that organized the event? Should we hunt down the Armenians in the streets?”

      Adıgüzel stated that Turkish people do not have national ceremonies or festivals at the holy places of Armenians, saying: “Just because we didn't do it it does not mean we cannot. We noted this [concert].” He also claimed that if something similar happens again, they will do anything necessary to stop it.

      Hamasyan came to Turkey for the Turkish leg of his ongoing project “Luys i Luso,” a representation of Armenian sacred music from the fifth to 20th centuries performed in 100 churches around the world and performed a concert in the ruins of the medieval city of Ani in the eastern Turkish province of Kars.

      .
      How safe does anyone think the Armenians are that remain in the turc incampment today ? How safe yesterday and yesteryear ?
      Except for a small (really small) percent, the hominoids that call themselves turc haven't changed and are not going to.
      They simply don't posses the moral fiber.
      They're turcs.
      HARK

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      • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

        We as people are retarded honestly. For thousands of years, we have lived well in other countries but not our own. We have helped build some of the strongest empires, yet we do not have our own. We have built endless amount of empires including Ottoman empire, soviet union, Iran, Iraq, Argentina, France, Russia, Turkey, US, Lebanon, Syria, and so many others all become prosperous, yet the majority in our country are either unemployed and/or live in poverty.

        If America/Turkey/Iran/Russia decide to start killing all Armenians in their countries, then we have nobody to blame but ourselves. We continue to ignore history and live as diaspora. If even 10% of the minds in the diaspora were to move to Armenia, there would be a sudden shift in the country. You do not need to live in Yerevan, or even in Armenia, but you can go there now and start making a difference. Sorry for the rant, I'm jetlagged and full of mixed emotions.

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        • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

          Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
          We as people are retarded honestly. For thousands of years, we have lived well in other countries but not our own. We have helped build some of the strongest empires, yet we do not have our own. We have built endless amount of empires including Ottoman empire, soviet union, Iran, Iraq, Argentina, France, Russia, Turkey, US, Lebanon, Syria, and so many others all become prosperous, yet the majority in our country are either unemployed and/or live in poverty.

          If America/Turkey/Iran/Russia decide to start killing all Armenians in their countries, then we have nobody to blame but ourselves. We continue to ignore history and live as diaspora. If even 10% of the minds in the diaspora were to move to Armenia, there would be a sudden shift in the country. You do not need to live in Yerevan, or even in Armenia, but you can go there now and start making a difference. Sorry for the rant, I'm jetlagged and full of mixed emotions.
          Good post!
          Hayastan or Bust.

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          • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

            Originally posted by londontsi View Post
            MHP youth wing head slams Armenian jazz concert

            http://www.todayszaman.com/anasayfa_...rt_391862.html


            Graywolf scumbag trowing signs deserve cutting off both their hands.
            B0zkurt Hunter

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            • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              Graywolf scumbag trowing signs deserve cutting off both their hands.
              I wouldn't spend the time. A disorienting /disruptive / debilitating shot(s) followed by a skull shot and it's move on to next target.
              Those in this picture have no dought been breeding. Anyone in the world can't see the rottenness that is being passed on to next generation to continue ... Look at the picture and read their words.
              HARK

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              • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

                Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                I wouldn't spend the time. A disorienting /disruptive / debilitating shot(s) followed by a skull shot and it's move on to next target.
                Those in this picture have no dought been breeding. Anyone in the world can't see the rottenness that is being passed on to next generation to continue ... Look at the picture and read their words.
                One grenade will take most of them out and you finish them all off with your AK.......I still want their hands.
                B0zkurt Hunter

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                • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

                  HAMASYAN SADDENED BY NATIONALISTS' ATTITUDE TOWARDS HIM IN KARS

                  16:31, 10 July, 2015

                  YEREVAN, JULY 10, ARMENPRESS. Armenian renowned pianist Tigran
                  Hamasyan was deeply disappointed by the fact that racist statements
                  were addressed to him after his "Luys i Luso" concert program in
                  historical Armenian cities of Ani and Kars. Hamasyan wrote about this
                  in his Facebook page:

                  "It is pretty sad to be threatened in Kars, the region where all my
                  ancestry comes from. I mean all we did is sing and play Armenian
                  sacred hymns and preyers. I say no to any kind of extremism! Hate
                  isn't the reason why we came to Kars to perform sacred music hymns
                  and prayers...It is to remind people that hate is not the way to be
                  free and at peace with yourself and also remind that people who "use"
                  belief for political reasons are often creating hate between people.

                  Thank you to all the poeple who came out to support the concerts in
                  Kars and Ani."

                  http://armenpress.am/eng/news/811901...m-in-kars.html
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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                  • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

                    What did he accept from our mortal enemy......Turk racism will never change, ever.
                    B0zkurt Hunter

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                    • Re: Can Turkey Learn Tolerance?

                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      HAMASYAN SADDENED BY NATIONALISTS' ATTITUDE TOWARDS HIM IN KARS

                      16:31, 10 July, 2015

                      YEREVAN, JULY 10, ARMENPRESS. Armenian renowned pianist Tigran
                      Hamasyan was deeply disappointed by the fact that racist statements
                      were addressed to him after his "Luys i Luso" concert program in
                      historical Armenian cities of Ani and Kars. Hamasyan wrote about this
                      in his Facebook page:

                      "It is pretty sad to be threatened in Kars, the region where all my
                      ancestry comes from. I mean all we did is sing and play Armenian
                      sacred hymns and preyers. I say no to any kind of extremism! Hate
                      isn't the reason why we came to Kars to perform sacred music hymns
                      and prayers...It is to remind people that hate is not the way to be
                      free and at peace with yourself and also remind that people who "use"
                      belief for political reasons are often creating hate between people.

                      Thank you to all the poeple who came out to support the concerts in
                      Kars and Ani."

                      http://armenpress.am/eng/news/811901...m-in-kars.html
                      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
                      What did he accept from our mortal enemy......Turk racism will never change, ever.
                      ---- What did he expect ... ---
                      ----- he was saddened -----
                      His emmediate ancestors (and ours) were killed (and are still being killed) for nothing more than what he did , and many more things of simply living.
                      How about utterly disgusted.
                      HARK

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