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CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

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  • #11
    Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

    Just saw it...I thought it was fine.
    If you have it,
    you don't need to have anything else.
    If you don't have it,
    it doesn't matter much what else you do have.
    -J. Barrie

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    • #12
      Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

      Originally posted by LadySilver View Post
      Just saw it...I thought it was fine.
      How long was the segment LS?
      Positive vibes, positive taught

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      • #13
        Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

        I think about 20 minutes.
        If you have it,
        you don't need to have anything else.
        If you don't have it,
        it doesn't matter much what else you do have.
        -J. Barrie

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        • #14
          Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

          It was pretty good i think. They did use the "G" word and i think made Turcky look pretty bad and rightfully so. I do want to reitterate that this is not being done for us but rather for the zionists who have something to gain by it for the moment. Having said that i think for the limited time it was given it was a desent segment.
          Hayastan or Bust.

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          • #15
            Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

            I agree.

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            • #16
              Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

              Yeah, I was surprised at how aggressive the reporter was with the Turkish representative. Of course....not nearly as surprised at his answer to what he has to say about all the bones they found. "Der are bones everywhere in Turkey." I'm sorry, but despite the very serious subject matter, both me and my sister had to bust out laughing at that. Turkey would have been better off just refusing to do any interviews, period. The rep really didn't help their cause.

              I was impressed with what they did in 15 minutes. Didn't go into much detail at all about the genocide itself, but did make them look like idiots for trying to deny anything happened.
              You suck at life.

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              • #17
                Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

                Am i mistaken or is this the first time this issue has gotton such play during prime time on national network tv?
                Hayastan or Bust.

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                • #18
                  Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

                  i thought it was done well too. As for the bones, they aren't technically proof unless you genetically test them, and date them.


                  Either way though, the guy basically said that a lot of armenians died, but the intent wasn't there, it just sort of happened....

                  I like how they mentioned the changing of the alphabet when describing how evidence has been erased, even alot of armos miss out on that.


                  As for no president ever using the word "genocide" i thought one did, regan or nixon, in a speech while in office(..?)
                  Due to budget cuts the light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off.

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                  • #19
                    Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

                    Originally posted by ara87 View Post
                    As for no president ever using the word "genocide" i thought one did, regan or nixon, in a speech while in office(..?)
                    Yeah, Reagan did... he was acting president during the years that led to the collapse of the U.S.S.R.
                    "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                    • #20
                      Re: CBS Television's segment on the Armenian Genocide

                      It was Ronald Reagan link

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                      You can watch the documentary here:
                      http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?...ted;photovideo

                      I am really happy with it, really surprised as well I never expected they would be so hard and frontal to expose the Turks and their lies...I was hoping a rather moderate, not very informational, rather compelling (to the Turks) thing where the question "Was it Genocide or not? Decide for yourselves" is raised, as I've seen in most documentaries. I'm glad I was wrong.

                      Oh, and now the Turks are protesting:
                      http://www.turkishforum.com.tr/en/co...de-propoganda/
                      Last edited by ashot24; 02-28-2010, 08:35 PM.

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