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Remembering April 24th (2010)

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  • Remembering April 24th (2010)

    Why is it that we only see our race uniting on this one day?

    we should start uniting by not killing are own people. This month alone we have had a lot of Armenians shooting other Armenians.
    Positive vibes, positive taught

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    Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

    Well that was the message today at the demonstrations. We must be united everyday as we are today.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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      Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      Well that was the message today at the demonstrations. We must be united everyday as we are today.
      But that's always the message Eddo but for some reason it doesn't change.
      Positive vibes, positive taught

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        Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

        Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
        But that's always the message Eddo but for some reason it doesn't change.
        Things always change, these days we are slowely getting more control in news, politics, internet, etc. That takes unity and I think we are moving in that dirrection, but as always we all would like it to happen right now.........everything right now doesn't work too good.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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          Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          Things always change, these days we are slowely getting more control in news, politics, internet, etc. That takes unity and I think we are moving in that dirrection, but as always we all would like it to happen right now.........everything right now doesn't work too good.
          more control in news?

          the only thing that they are showing on the news about Armenians is them killing people.
          Positive vibes, positive taught

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            Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

            Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
            more control in news?

            the only thing that they are showing on the news about Armenians is them killing people.
            I mean control in media and itscoverage to a certain degree.....too bad about the killings.
            B0zkurt Hunter

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              Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

              Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
              Why is it that we only see our race uniting on this one day?

              we should start uniting by not killing are own people. This month alone we have had a lot of Armenians shooting other Armenians.
              It's probably because Westernized Armenians like you who don't give a damn about their culture and lack critical thinking skills. For example, what is this thread doing in the Armenian Genocide VIDEO & AUDIO board? And Armenian isn't a race. It's an ethnicity and language.

              You don't see the irony in you of all people starting this thread? What have you contributed to the Armenian community that allows you to feel you're within reason to complain about its lack of unity? For that matter, what have you contributed to this Armenian message board that actually has to do with/benefits Armenians, or their unity? The vast majority of your time on this forum is spent posting about the NBA, rating American movies, stating the American music you're listening to, jokes, and generally "ankap" things. So basically, you are the epitome of what you're complaining about. The majority of the year, you're about as Armenian as the Kardashians, yet on April 24th, you come here to complain about how Armenians aren't unified as if you've been "part of the cause", or community all this time. If we want to find answers as to why Armenians aren't united except on April 24th (not April 15 like you said in one of your Armenian shootings posts), we should be asking YOU.
              You suck at life.

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                Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

                Thank you for all those kind words.
                Positive vibes, positive taught

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                  Re: Remembering Arpril 24th

                  Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
                  Thank you for all those kind words.
                  Learn from them, they are very constructive if you sit back for a second, get off your high horse (which fails at sarcasm) and think about what he said.
                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                    Re: Remembering April 24th

                    Originally posted by PepsiAddict View Post
                    we should start uniting by not killing are own people. This month alone we have had a lot of Armenians shooting other Armenians.
                    This is a Los Angeles/Glendale specific occurence in the Armenian diaspora. The rest of the diaspora does not behave this way. In fact, just in the east coast of said country, Armenians have (or had, due to increasing assimilation) a fantastic reputation.
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