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A hundred years of remembering

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  • #51
    Re: A hundred years of remembering

    Today Haykakan points out German disregard for the truth of the Armenian genocide and their complicity in the first genocide of the 20th century.
    Can't remember where I read this, but an Armenian journalist from I think southern California extols the Germans for their true remorse for the xxxish genocide and he points out he doesn't think it was because Germany lost ww2.
    Mher has previously said he thought the German acknowledgment was because the Germans were brought to their knees by the crushing defeat the allied & Russian forces delivered them.
    I agree with Mher's assessment.
    The Germans aren't acknowledging any of their crimes against humanity that they are not compelled to.
    The Germans and most of the western powers are parroting the turc/xxxish line of lie & denial.
    All who deny genocide occurred in 1915/23 participate in that genocide by their denial.
    To participate in that genocide by lieing is to promote genocide.
    HARK

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    • #52
      Re: A hundred years of remembering

      Amal Clooney’s speech in ECHR hearing of Perinšek v. Switzerland case
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_qw8UTPGYI
      <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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      • #53
        Re: A hundred years of remembering

        I personally think this speech was more powerfull than Amal Clonney's even though she gets most of the attention.

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        • #54
          Re: A hundred years of remembering

          Four days after the 100th remembrance of the genocide of the subjugated people's of Anatolia .
          From Japan to Russia to Europe to south America to the middle east and China and beyond, pictures and commentary of the genocidal terror suffered are presented to the world community.
          We have carried the torch of truth to what happened to *ALL* the people's of our (and their) lands.
          The lies and cheap tricks like Gallipoli that the turc exhibits to to world are scoffed and ridiculed by virtually every corner of the earth.
          This year more than any I can recollect , physical reparation demands (justice demands) are being addressed with more clarity and force. And it's being talked about publicly in virtually all circles.
          Garo Manoyan writes recently of this as well as the several scholarly committees inaugurated by Hayastan to address the theft by murder and torture conducted by the turcs off 100 years ago and the continued theft by denial of the turc offspring of today.
          Remember , the final stage of genocide is ---DENIAL---.
          When the world asks itself , who is telling the truth , the Armenians or turcs , the answer is clear and unequivocal .
          The shameful conduct of the lieing murderers is glaring .

          ------- the truth marches on ------.
          HARK

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          • #55
            Re: A hundred years of remembering

            I don't see why we have to proof anything, every politician/president knows the truth......but its good to remind them of their shame and how they are playing politics with the Armenian souls who cannot rest in peace until a wrong is corrected.

            To me any apology its too late now from any government......they have shown their faces. means NOTHING except ammo against Turkey.

            Fucck them all

            God bless the people we lost in AG.
            B0zkurt Hunter

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            • #56
              Re: A hundred years of remembering

              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              I don't see why we have to proof anything, every politician/president knows the truth......but its good to remind them of their shame and how they are playing politics with the Armenian souls who cannot rest in peace until a wrong is corrected.

              To me any apology its too late now from any government......they have shown their faces. means NOTHING except ammo against Turkey.

              Fucck them all

              God bless the people we lost in AG.
              ----- playing politics with the Armenian souls who cannot rest in peace ...
              (Also) playing politics with the Armenian souls who *** CANNOT *** defend themselves .

              And so the turc offers to share the plunder obtained by murdering and torturing the victims of genocide.
              And the USA/England/Israel etc. jostle and vie with one another to see who can get the most of the stolen Armenian wealth.
              Eddo is right, they are a shameless lot.
              Eddo's last sentence is the dearest , and nearest to my heart.

              It's one thing to have no n.uts USA/England/Israel , it's another thing to have no heart.
              They don't want to let the truth get in the way of their economic developement .
              That's all the TRUTH means to them ... Something to barter.
              I 100% agree with Eddo , no respect for them issues from me.
              None.
              HARK

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              • #57
                Re: A hundred years of remembering

                The turc media wrote more articles about the Armenian genocide than they wrote about Gallipoli .
                I can see the storm clouds of justice gathering.
                We continue the march for justice .
                An ETERNAL flame is just that , --- ETERNAL ---.
                HARK

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                • #58
                  Re: A hundred years of remembering

                  We are brought up to believe
                  we were defeated because
                  our enemies outnumbered us.
                  The truth is we outnumbered them
                  but we were as divided then
                  as we are now.
                  *
                  The mightiest empire cannot defeat
                  the weakest tribe if the empire is divided
                  and the tribe united.
                  This has been said before
                  but it bears repeating.
                  #

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                  • #59
                    Re: A hundred years of remembering

                    Originally posted by arabaliozian View Post
                    We are brought up to believe
                    we were defeated because
                    our enemies outnumbered us.
                    The truth is we outnumbered them
                    but we were as divided then
                    as we are now.
                    *
                    The mightiest empire cannot defeat
                    the weakest tribe if the empire is divided
                    and the tribe united.
                    This has been said before
                    but it bears repeating.
                    #
                    --- the truth is we outnumbered them ---
                    When the seljerks and their kerd accompany came to Hayastan, all our fighting men were killed. As the murdering thieves moved west, each and every village or town found themselves confronted by murdering hordes of turc & kerd thieves. These villages and towns were defenseless as virtually all our fighting men were killed.
                    The number of murdering thieves far outnumbered our fighting men. FAR OUTNUMERED.
                    By the time the auto mummy's showed up we had been subjugated and devestated.
                    The seljerks and kerd emmediately joined the automums to our further demise.
                    At no time did any turcic or kerdic allow us to regroup. But rather continually robbed, raped, kidnaped, and murdered us.
                    The 1915 genocide was the last of enumerous genocides and mass killings of us.
                    You say the turcic speel you put forth is worth repeating.
                    I say you show no understanding of the situation the devestated Armenians experienced, but you do show the turc propaganda quite well.
                    Go ahead and continue to accuse the Armenians for being at fault for their murder, torture, rape, and kidnappings.
                    Yes Ara, the victims are at fault and the murdering thieves were united, therefore the united ..,
                    HARK

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                    • #60
                      Re: A hundred years of remembering

                      Yes, the victims were at fault.
                      Also, the genocide continues.
                      It's been said before, but it's worth repeating.
                      HARK

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