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  • in Germany

    Vote JA !

    https://www.dialog-ueber-deutschland...ms_idIdea=2487

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    Re: in Germany

    What is this poll or petition about?

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      Re: in Germany

      Originally posted by Alexandros View Post
      What is this poll or petition about?
      It's to get a question raised in the German parliament to get a law drafted to make AG denial an offence.

      Online petitions can cause at least the question to be discussed. In the UK the threshold is 100,000 signatories, not sure if overseas signers count though.
      Sardarabad,1918.

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        Re: in Germany

        Originally posted by hrai View Post
        It's to get a question raised in the German parliament to get a law drafted to make AG denial an offence.

        Online petitions can cause at least the question to be discussed. In the UK the threshold is 100,000 signatories, not sure if overseas signers count though.
        I see. Thanks hrai.

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          Re: in Germany

          Originally posted by hrai View Post
          It's to get a question raised in the German parliament to get a law drafted to make AG denial an offence.

          Online petitions can cause at least the question to be discussed. In the UK the threshold is 100,000 signatories, not sure if overseas signers count though.
          Why are you so keen to strip Europeans of their freedoms? What exactly is the point of all this anyway? Since your not going to get anything out of the Turks.
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yAkDde2DPc

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            Re: in Germany

            Originally posted by retro View Post
            Why are you so keen to strip Europeans of their freedoms? What exactly is the point of all this anyway? Since your not going to get anything out of the Turks.
            Lurj es xosum ? Even mentioning to a turk the word Armenia must give them nightmares , menk thesnamienk iranc het ches haskanum ? yerpek miasin chenk kara u chepeti linenk
            You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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            • #7
              Re: in Germany

              Armenian Genocide recognition proposal ranked 1st in Germany


              http://www.panorama.am/en/politics/2012/04/13/germany/

              Results of the initiative by German Chancellor Angela Merkel to submit proposals to German government via internet will be concluded in a final voting on April 14. The list of top ten proposals will be comprised in chancellor’s agenda.

              Turkish Haberler news site says the proposal to recognize Armenian Genocide received 150 thousand votes and is ranked the first, panel discussions on Islam issue in Germany come the second and the legalization of drug use in Germany is the third.

              The issue of certified Turkish interpreter Ali Soylemezoglu ranked the 11th and aspires to appear in top ten.
              <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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                Re: in Germany

                Originally posted by retro View Post
                Why are you so keen to strip Europeans of their freedoms? What exactly is the point of all this anyway? Since your not going to get anything out of the Turks.
                If the only thing that comes of this is that turcs are made unwelcome, or feel unwelcome, in real countries, then that is a positive. A single step on the road.

                The alternative is to be negative and defeatist and claim that "we'll never get anything out of the turc.......blah,blah,blah"
                Sardarabad,1918.

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