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James Adomian rox

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  • James Adomian rox

    This guy is hilarious and apparently he's also armenian.

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    Re: James Adomian rox

    He also hates the Turks.

    letter to the LA times:

    Turkish Injustice

    Turkey needs no apologies, not from Oliver Stone or anyone else. And they certainly didn’t need Paul Krassner’s cuddly story in the L.A. Weekly to make themselves look good ["Oliver Stone Apologizes to Turkey," January 7–13]. Turkish arrogance and Western corporate greed have been more than enough to whitewash that nation’s evil history.

    For Stone to apologize to Turkey over such a trivial matter as his depiction of one man’s punishment for dope smuggling is like a writer apologizing to Al Capone for daring to criticize his wardrobe in a gossip column.

    Stone’s collaborator and Midnight Express book author, Billy Hayes, says that while locked up in the hellish Turkish prison system, he "discovered [his] reason for being, which is simply to love." Awww, how heartwarming. Such an epiphany is a luxury that was denied the 2 million innocent Armenians slaughtered by the Turks during World War I.

    Hayes’ incarceration for hashish smuggling, though a typically barbaric instance of Turkish justice, is a relatively invisible stain on the Turkish government and people when compared to the Armenian genocide.

    Stone’s flawed but courageous films JFK and Nixon have gone a long way in opening America’s eyes to the institutionalized murder and corruption in our own government. But given the timing of his apology, with Europe on the verge of pursuing a lucrative deal with the devil — Turkish E.U. membership — and with Western oil giants’ nearing completion of the major oil pipeline from Baku to Ceyhan that conveniently bypasses Armenian territory, Oliver Stone’s apology is an outrageous boon to Turkey’s blood-soaked image.

    —James Adomian
    El Segundo

    Check this out :
    Last edited by gunther; 08-31-2006, 05:09 PM.