16 December 2008
I'd like you to have a look at the below comment and see if you can feel the smooth talking here or it's just been my imagination!
It seems kind of unlike you or your organization to side with the Turks against Christian Armenians who wanted their independence from a dying Ottoman Empire. Also, if you want to talk about a lack of freedom, in Turkey, Turks who disagree with the official Turkish version can be charged with insulting Turkishness and be put in prison.
I've heard how the Turkish government cracks down on those who disseminate the Armenian view of the events of that period.
But it's not a matter of taking sides between the Turks and Armenians as it is relishing the holier-than-thou SPLC putting its collective foot in its mouth.
My thoughts on that:
It seems kind of unlike you or your organisations to side with the Turks against Christian Armenians
Keywords here: Christian Armenians Are Good, Turks are Bad
It seems unlike you or your organisation to side with the Turks
(If you do, you are bad boy, if you don't, please acknowledge that:
It's a multiple choice question, you choose either a or b, No Other Options
a)You side with the Turks
( You are no longer in my book. You are a bad Christian too, You are a denialist, you are a paid agent of the Turkish Government)
b)You side with the Armenians
(You are my favorite, good on you brother, You are also a good Christian, double points for that)
Christian Armenians who wanted their independence from a dying Ottoman Empire
Keywords here are Christians want Independence, How Dare Anyone could object to, especially if the Ottoman Empire is dying?
(I wonder if the smooth talker Hugh has ever implied that the Armenians were the rats who wanted to jump out of the sinking ship of the Ottoman Empire)
If he did, Armenians will drown him, in no time and he'll be in deep you know "what"!
I also wonder if Hugh is a fictitious name to sound much more credible:
Hugh may just be a bull dust fictitious name, which reminds me some comment published here, few months ago, with an Anglo name, like this.
Then that Anglo name sent me letter asking the comment to be removed. And the sender's email was "From" an Anglo Name as "Envelope-Sender", although it was sent "From" an Email Address of an Armenian Name as the "Return-Path" & the "X Sender". So, we are actually talking about the spoofing here.
He was either an Armenian who didn't want an Anglo name (with a comment against the fictitious genocide), to appear on our site, and had also nothing to do with with the commenter in the first place.
Or he was the real Armenian, placed that comment with a fictitious Anglo name.
Maybe it is even more complicated than that and perhaps there were other scenarios we didn't know about.
I'd better leave the guessing game to you.
Also, if you want to talk about a lack of freedom, in Turkey, Turks who disagree with the official Turkish version can be charged with insulting Turkishness and be put in prison.
I cannot see clarification or comparison on the word lack of freedom, Does it mean the freedom does exist in USA or Armenia, Or the freedom to do whatever you like, like throw your shoes at president Bush and expect a kiss back on your both cheeks?
Would any of the following qualify for a freedom of speech, by the way:
Prof’s Daughter Forced Out Of French Local Polls Amid Pressure From French Armenians
Or are we talking about the "freedom" of a Turkish Professor whose talk has been scheduled in some University in the States, but later on was cancelled due to the Armenian Diaspora's pressure.
This smooth talker seemed to have scored alright, I think:
After all, Michael just wanted to disassociate himself with siding either with Turks or Armenians, responded saying that he's heard how the Turkish government cracks down on those who disseminate the Armenian view of the events of that period but did not want to question it for his own reasons... or whatever . . .
(Would the Armenian Government response be to give flowers to people who disseminate the Turkish view of the events of that period in Armenia ?. .
I really wonder!)
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