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WOW If anyone saw the PBS Documentary on the Armenian Genocide click here

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  • Hellektor
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    Desperate "Tactics"

    Originally posted by Hovik
    Exactly, great point. But instead of addressing the specific issues, they just use one blanket catagory: Moslems...? And they expect anyone to take them seriously?
    They say Muslim for two reasons:
    I. The Turkish casualty may be infinitesimal, so they hope that "2.5 zillion Muslims dead" crap will "confuse" the reader/viewer.

    II. They copulate with the filthiest states in the world: US, UK and Israel, then they play the even filthier religion card to gain Muslim sympathy in these days of the "clash of civilizations".

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  • phantom
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    Originally posted by HayerMiacek
    the panel discussion is much more interesting
    And also much more illuminating with respect to how shallow and transparent the denial rhetoric is. I mean McCarthy is the deniers' top dog, and he literally was torn to shreds during the discussion. I was embarrassed for him. The Turkish historian was even more pathetic. It must have been painful for the Turkish public to watch that man try to explain his position.

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  • HayerMiacek
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    the panel discussion is much more interesting

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  • Soorp Asdvadz
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    http://www.torrentspy.com/torrent/73...ing_The_Issues

    u need azureus or bit torrent...some sort of torrent downloader...but that is the documentary and the discussion afterwards

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  • maral_m79
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    Originally posted by Hovik
    They removed the documentary as well as the panel discussion videos from the servers for copyright infringement

    If anyone sees them again on the net please post the links ...
    Have you download it ?
    Did you play it in a separate window ?
    If so, search in MY VIDEOS folder (in my documents folder) you should have an automatically saved copy there !

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  • Hovik
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    Goldberg's documentary is OFFLINE

    Originally posted by maral_m79
    If you haven't seen it yet, or missed it ... Go watch it now, the 1 hour documentary is online now and here's the link

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...menian&pl=true

    They removed the documentary as well as the panel discussion videos from the servers for copyright infringement

    If anyone sees them again on the net please post the links ...

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  • Hovik
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    Originally posted by Hovik
    Exactly, great point. But instead of addressing the specific issues, they just use one blanket catagory: Moslems...? And they expect anyone to take them seriously?
    It's like us saying "yeah but Turks killed 20million Christians", well - maybe they did, but only about 10% of them were Christian Armenian Civilians...

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  • Hovik
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    Originally posted by Joseph
    Not only that, how many Arabs did the Turkish forces kill or Dersim Kurds? The Turks also wiped out a several Persian villages around Khoy (near Tabriz). How many Muslims died from typhus because of all the slaughtered Christians they just left on roadsides, near watersources, in wells, etc? How many Turkish soldiers did the Turks kill themesleves when they slaughtered the local population that could have feed and clothed them? How many Turks did Enver kill by trying to invade Russian territory in the middle of the winter? How many deaths are the CUP responsible for when they decided to enter the a war they didn't have to at the behest of the Germans?
    Exactly, great point. But instead of addressing the specific issues, they just use one blanket catagory: Moslems...? And they expect anyone to take them seriously?

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  • Joseph
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    Originally posted by Hovik
    I hadn't seen it, thanks for posting that Maral. I thought it was very well done, but there were a few things I would have made a point to mention:

    1. Armenians lived there thousands of years before Turks came, ransacked and pillaged the Armenian Ancestral Homeland.

    2. I find it interesting that every time Turks bring up this fantasy of a civil war to take attention away from the Genocide, they say Moslems were killed too... but one has to ask this: what religion were the entirety of the Turkish military? Moslem right? So, of course moslems were killed, have they differentiated between civilians and military? Most of the Moslems killed were killed by Turkeys WW1 enemy Russia on the Eastern front...

    Not only that, how many Arabs did the Turkish forces kill or Dersim Kurds? The Turks also wiped out a several Persian villages around Khoy (near Tabriz). How many Muslims died from typhus because of all the slaughtered Christians they just left on roadsides, near watersources, in wells, etc? How many Turkish soldiers did the Turks kill themselves when they slaughtered the local population that could have feed and clothed them? How many Turks did Enver kill by trying to invade Russian territory in the middle of the winter? How many deaths are the CUP responsible for when they decided to enter the a war they didn't have to at the behest of the Germans?

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  • Hovik
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    Originally posted by maral_m79
    If you haven't seen it yet, or missed it ... Go watch it now, the 1 hour documentary is online now and here's the link

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...menian&pl=true
    I hadn't seen it, thanks for posting that Maral. I thought it was very well done, but there were a few things I would have made a point to mention:

    1. Armenians lived there thousands of years before Turks came, ransacked and pillaged the Armenian Ancestral Homeland.

    2. I find it interesting that every time Turks bring up this fantasy of a civil war to take attention away from the Genocide, they say Moslems were killed too... but one has to ask this: what religion were the entirety of the Turkish military? Moslem right? So, of course moslems were killed, have they differentiated between civilians and military? Most of the Moslems killed were killed by Turkeys WW1 enemy Russia on the Eastern front...

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