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Armenia: the end of the debate?

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  • #51
    Re: Armenia: the end of the debate?

    Ok, if all of the blue is included, I'm fine with it, but there's this one village in Iran...by the border...eww...we can let them have it!
    kurtçul kangal

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    • #52
      Re: Armenia: the end of the debate?

      Originally posted by Hellektor View Post
      Կարմիր, կապոյտ, նարնջի
      Մեր դրօշակն է հայրենի


      What are maps... but lines drawn by “powers” on papers according to their whims that can be torn into pieces and thrown away when needed?

      My self-made avatar shows the territories belonging to Armenia according to international law, the international law defined by the Judeo/Saxon sonofabitchery itself, not mine.
      Մենք ալ այսպէս կըսենք Հէլլէքդոր ջան:

      Կարմիր Կապոյտ Նարընջագոյն կեցցէ դրօշակն Հայուն:
      Last edited by Anoush; 11-05-2009, 12:08 PM.
      Հա'յ ժողովուրդ, քո միա'կ բրկութիւնը քո հաւաքական ուժի մէջ է:

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      • #53
        Re: Armenia: the end of the debate?

        Originally posted by Jos View Post
        Research, discussion, debate in all forms should be encouraged and not just dismissed because of snide remarks or established doctrines.
        I think you do not understand (or pretend to do not understand) the difference of debating about some thing controversial and misinterpreting and revisioning historical facts.
        History is not an “established doctrine” it is History. And there can not be “versions” for History. “Debating in all forms” about historical facts is nothing but revisionism and that what turks (including ones like yourself) do: trying to alter history
        Death or Freedom!

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        • #54
          Re: Armenia: the end of the debate?

          Originally posted by Mukuch View Post
          I think you do not understand (or pretend to do not understand) the difference of debating about some thing controversial and misinterpreting and revisioning historical facts.
          History is not an “established doctrine” it is History. And there can not be “versions” for History. “Debating in all forms” about historical facts is nothing but revisionism and that what turks (including ones like yourself) do: trying to alter history
          Well do you expect anything different from a nation that regularly masturbates before statues of Ataturk?

          It's a greater leader cult than Stalin or Mao, and neither of those leaders wrote/told true histories either just nationalist or ideological fiction.

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