29 November 2010

3180) Video: British and Kenyans [Mau Mau] vs. Ottomans and Armenians

 This mAN IS YOUR FRIEND HE FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM© This content Mirrored From  http://armenians-1915.blogspot.com The British went into Kenya in 1895 with no complaints from the Christian West that first started making moral judgments on what was widely proclaimed as Armenian massacres in their press. After beginning colonization in earnest, the British declared Kenya a "white man's country" in 1915, the year we are told there was a genocide against the Armenians. After conducting themselves as what Malcolm X has called a "vulturous society," some Kenyans got tired of the master-slave relationship, and began a four-year rebellion in 1952. Their terrorist group, the Mau Mau, followed similar strategies to Armenian Dashnaks and Hunchaks.

Relentless propaganda has allowed for many to believe that the Ottomans committed a "genocide" against their Armenians, as much as there is no evidence for intent, as required by the 1948 U.N. Convention for Genocide. Meanwhile, hardly anyone is familiar with the Mau Mau story. (A story which made some recent headlines, when President Barack Obama took away Winston Churchill's bust from the White House; Obama's grandfather was one of the victims of Churchill's brutal crackdown.)

This video offers a comparison to the way the British handled their Kenyans, at an age that was relatively more modern than the 1915 years, with the way the supposedly genocidal Ottomans handled their rebellious Armenians
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Sukru Aya said...

Hurray! another EXCELLENT comparison;

compliments to those who compiled the video.

I was a young lad, when news agencies wrote about the "cannibal Mau - Maus and their leader Jomo Kenyata". I believed and sympathized with the white British then!

I think it was in mid 1970's that I went on a tour with some friends to Kenya and South Africa. In Kenya we came to understand that Jomo Kenyata was no cannibal but was a leader fighting for freedom. And in South Africa we saw the racist discrimination; one of our tour members had a slight darker skin and she was about to be pulled from the group for not being white! I noticed that the whites were scared of sunlight.

Frankly, I think that if American Armenians were to be concentrated in the Southern States, they could have lost some of their "credibility for being Christian" simply because they do not have "blonde hair and blue eyes"!

See, where common senses dragged by "religious or racist discrimination"?


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