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Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

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  • #11
    Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

    Hey Old Man, if J-ews don't need presidential candidates to say "Holocaust" then how do you explain this?
    http://groong.usc.edu/news/msg242420.html ("Just as the
    xxxish community does not ask presidential candidates to say Holocaust, Armenians do not need to ask them to say Genocide either.")
    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...7SUNA%26sa%3DN (McCain at Holocaust Museum in Israel)
    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...6rlz%3D1I7SUNA (Obama at same museum in Israel)
    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...6rlz%3D1I7SUNA (Bush at same museum)

    Pictures are a lot stronger than words. I think American Presidents and candidates for POTUS in a Holocaust museum in Israel is a statement to J-ews that "I recognize the Holocaust, see I went to Israel to see your past for myself"

    Heck, McCain started his Mideast visit by going to the museum first. Its obvious that U.S. Presidents and POTUS candidates feel obligated to manifest their Holocaust recognition with acts beyond mere words like going to Israel and standing in a museum concerning their tragedy. What's the saying "actions speak louder than words".

    J-ews have gone beyond U.S. Presidents and presidential candidates, they had the U.N. pass resolutions recognizing the Holocaust and condemning denial.
    http://www.un.org/holocaustremembran...s/res607.shtml
    http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2007/ga10569.doc.htm

    Douchebag says what?
    Between childhood, boyhood,
    adolescence
    & manhood (maturity) there
    should be sharp lines drawn w/
    Tests, deaths, feats, rites
    stories, songs & judgements

    - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

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    • #12
      Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

      Turkish opposition party leader mocks Gul's visit to Armenia suggesting that maybe Gul should visit Dzidzernagapert and lay a wreath there. http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/d...9877.asp?scr=1

      ANCA suggests that Gul visit Dzidzernagapert. http://www.anca.org/press_releases/p....php?prid=1578
      Between childhood, boyhood,
      adolescence
      & manhood (maturity) there
      should be sharp lines drawn w/
      Tests, deaths, feats, rites
      stories, songs & judgements

      - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

      Comment


      • #13
        Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

        Grandson of person considered to be organizer of Armenian genocide lays wreath at Dzidzernagapert.
        http://www.azg.am/EN/2008091001
        Between childhood, boyhood,
        adolescence
        & manhood (maturity) there
        should be sharp lines drawn w/
        Tests, deaths, feats, rites
        stories, songs & judgements

        - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

        Comment


        • #14
          Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

          Harut cannot discern between a Persian J-ew and an Iranian Armenian. Sam Nazarian is a Persian J-ew - albeit a very successful one - but it does help that his father - a co-founder of Qualcomm - made boatloads of money in the late 80s in early 90s.


          Exhibit "A"
          ==============================================
          http://groong.usc.edu/news/msg277106.html
          4 - L.A. Mayor Names
          Sam Nazarian to
          Airport Commission
          LOS ANGELES - Leading hospitality industry entrepreneur Sam Nazarian was
          appointed by L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to the city's Board of Airport
          Commissioners last week.
          Nazarian, 33, is founder and chief executive officer of SBE operating
          group, which runs splashy hotels, nightclubs and restaurants, including the
          Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas and the four-star Bazaar by Jose Andres restaurant near
          Los Angeles' Beverly Center.
          If approved by the City Council, Nazarian would succeed Christine Essel who
          resigned in May.
          The 17-member aiport commission sets policy for Los Angeles World Airports,
          which oversees Los Angeles International LA/Ontario International, Palmdale
          Regional and Van Nuys airports.
          **********************************
          Exhibit "B"

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Nazarian
          ==================================

          Dear Mr. Sassounian,

          Apparently you are ignorant of the fact that J-ews and Armenians were frequently discriminated against in Iran. In order to reduce any oppression faced by them because of being J-ewish, Persian j-ews frequently adopted Armenian last names as Armenians in Iran received more leeway than other minorities in Iran.

          Harut Sassounian, what a douchebag!!!
          Last edited by freakyfreaky; 07-21-2009, 07:45 AM.
          Between childhood, boyhood,
          adolescence
          & manhood (maturity) there
          should be sharp lines drawn w/
          Tests, deaths, feats, rites
          stories, songs & judgements

          - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

          Comment


          • #15
            Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

            "Mr. Yaghobzadeh believes that being a Christian of mixed Armenian and Syrian heritage was a great advantage for him. He said there is great respect between the Christian and Muslim communities in Iran, and he feels the mullahs saw it as an honor to grant access to someone outside of their immediate number." http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/08/03/behind-9/
            Between childhood, boyhood,
            adolescence
            & manhood (maturity) there
            should be sharp lines drawn w/
            Tests, deaths, feats, rites
            stories, songs & judgements

            - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

            Comment


            • #16
              Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

              Why subject of Harut Sasunian brought up in a Genocide topic?
              Death or Freedom!

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              • #17
                Re: Harut Sassounian: Clueless?

                Originally posted by freakyfreaky View Post
                Harut cannot discern between a Persian J-ew and an Iranian Armenian. Sam Nazarian is a Persian J-ew - albeit a very successful one - but it does help that his father - a co-founder of Qualcomm - made boatloads of money in the late 80s in early 90s.


                Exhibit "A"
                ==============================================
                http://groong.usc.edu/news/msg277106.html
                4 - L.A. Mayor Names
                Sam Nazarian to
                Airport Commission
                LOS ANGELES - Leading hospitality industry entrepreneur Sam Nazarian was
                appointed by L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to the city's Board of Airport
                Commissioners last week.
                Nazarian, 33, is founder and chief executive officer of SBE operating
                group, which runs splashy hotels, nightclubs and restaurants, including the
                Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas and the four-star Bazaar by Jose Andres restaurant near
                Los Angeles' Beverly Center.
                If approved by the City Council, Nazarian would succeed Christine Essel who
                resigned in May.
                The 17-member aiport commission sets policy for Los Angeles World Airports,
                which oversees Los Angeles International LA/Ontario International, Palmdale
                Regional and Van Nuys airports.
                **********************************
                Exhibit "B"

                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Nazarian
                ==================================

                Dear Mr. Sassounian,

                Apparently you are ignorant of the fact that J-ews and Armenians were frequently discriminated against in Iran. In order to reduce any oppression faced by them because of being J-ewish, Persian j-ews frequently adopted Armenian last names as Armenians in Iran received more leeway than other minorities in Iran.

                Harut Sassounian, what a douchebag!!!
                Ahmadinejad has j-ewish roots, before his family adopted Islam and changed their names, they were j-ewish and were known by the surname - Sabourjian. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...>ish-past.html

                "The Sabourjians traditionally hail from Aradan, Mr Ahmadinejad's birthplace, and the name derives from 'weaver of the Sabour', the name for the j-ewish Tallit shawl in Persia. The name is even on the list of reserved names for Iranian j-ews compiled by Iran's Ministry of the Interior."
                Last edited by freakyfreaky; 10-06-2009, 12:40 AM.
                Between childhood, boyhood,
                adolescence
                & manhood (maturity) there
                should be sharp lines drawn w/
                Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                stories, songs & judgements

                - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22

                Comment

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