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Will We Be Brothers Again?(like Good Old Days)

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  • Will We Be Brothers Again?(like Good Old Days)

    I know it is a hard problem (armenian genocide).but maybe we can solve these problems in future.then we will be brothers again like good old days.
    but first we should resolve political problems between countries.but HOW ???
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    There were no "good old days", RUDO. Hard feelings have existed between Armenians, Turks, and Kurds for centuries. The first step in getting anything right is international recognition of the Armenian Genocide; then we can consider other issues.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Kharpert
      There were no "good old days", RUDO. Hard feelings have existed between Armenians, Turks, and Kurds for centuries. The first step in getting anything right is international recognition of the Armenian Genocide; then we can consider other issues.
      Yes I think like you.First Turkey should recognise Armenian Genocide ,then we (turkey and armenia)can have good relationships.But ı think it is impossible my friend.Because turanists control our country(ı wish they didn't)
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        Originally posted by Kharpert
        There were no "good old days", RUDO. Hard feelings have existed between Armenians, Turks, and Kurds for centuries. The first step in getting anything right is international recognition of the Armenian Genocide; then we can consider other issues.
        Don't be so pessimistic my friend. Maybe there will be good old days.IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING.(I am saying these sentences to you ,but I am also pessimistic about it.)
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        • #5
          Dont you mean Nothing is Impossible.

          The problem is even when the government of Turkey wants to recognise the Genocide they will have to slowly bring in the arguements to the public supporting the genocide because they have taken a stand that there was no genocide. You cant just change your position on something important like this over night. The older generations will just feel betrayed due to their governments dishonesty but if it is slowly introduced to them like maybe the Turkish government can say that it is possible that more than 1 million Armenians were killed and that the Armenian population was probably undercounted. Its little things like this that will slowly change peoples minds and slowly get them to support and admit that there was a genocide.

          Nothing is Impossible.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RUDO
            I know it is a hard problem (armenian genocide).but maybe we can solve these problems in future.then we will be brothers again like good old days.
            but first we should resolve political problems between countries.but HOW ???
            Sorry to say this but Muslim Kurds cannot be trusted, they said they are sorry for helping the Turks massacring Christians at Ottoman times but they are doing almost the same thing to Christian communities in northern Iraq. A back stabber is a back stabber and will remain a backstabber. We accepted Kurdís apology and we appreciate it, but we can never trust the Muslim Kurd.

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            • #7
              Yes you are right Kurds are not trusted people.But do you know why it is like that?Because they are diversed.they diverse in Alevis,sunnis,yezidis.So when one of them do something others do other things.Can you understand me?
              My english is not so good
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              • #8
                But I can say You can trust alevi kurds.Because I am one of them.
                Do you know alevis?
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                • #9
                  We can get along with you when you go back to Central Asia where you belong.

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                  • #10
                    RUDO, on the personal level, an Armenian and a Kurd can be friends, of course.

                    Politically, however, the agendas for the Kurds and for Armenia are different. Armenia and the Kurdish population can become allies only if they are trying to achieve the same goal, and even then there will always be distrust and difficulties. We first have to see what happens in the future.

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