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Armenian Genocide 1890-1915

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  • Armenian Genocide 1890-1915

    Hello my dear armenians, today is very sad day for our nation, we are mourning our genocide. The reason why im posting about this subject is that i want to show my beliefs about it. we as armenians ought to remember this day and to fight with every possible try to make the other nations to hear our cries! but we dont need to show our weakness by commercializing the Genocide, we must show that we are not weak anymore, our weakness led us to the genocide, we were very naive at that time, turkish people tried to break and tear us apart. Maybe we managed to survive but we are still apart, all over the world is spread by armenians. And all we do is live our lives, it's not like that, we have a mission, we must explain to the world WHO WE ARE, THERE IS A REASON THAT WE ARE SPREAD, so we can fight better and ask for rights. ARMENIAN RIGHTS, no one will solve our problems except US (not the USA, but us). We must be PROUD TO BE ARMENIANS, cause we got over many difficulties. But these difficulties are not finished we have even more complicated ones in future. One major difficulty is to stay armenian, We can achieve that by knowing our history, language, being armenian, not to be "wanabees" which are making us ridiculus not unique. Being what you really, thats makes you unique and makes different from the other nations. We dont have to be influenced from the place we live, but try to save WHAT WE ARE. AND WE ARE ARMENIANS, WE MUST REMEMBER AND WE MUST FIGHT, WE HAVE A MISSION, A WAR, A FIGHT TO DO SO WAKE UP AND MAKE PROUD ARMENIA. Past is over but FUTURE IS WAITING FOR YOU......................
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