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Screw you ignorent geeks. | Reviewer: TruthTeller | 9/21/12
No one fucking said that it's today's turks fault, the main fault of modern Turkey is not recognizing what their ancestors did, take a look at Germany who recognized what the Nazis did to the Jews, and you might learn something. And NO we are not friends Greeks, Armenians and Assyrians still hate what the Ottomans have done to them. My ancestors were killed in the Syrian deserts, fucking pay for what you have done. Brothers don't kill brothers, apeshits. Even the Varican holds proofs, face the truth and swallow your so called 'patriotism'. Pay for what your ancestors have done to our grand parents and great grandparents.
okay it has happened | Reviewer: Some guy born in Turkey | 9/18/12
You are what you had told, you can't think. Why should I, or current Turkish Government(i fucking hate them) be responsible for Genocide. Is it because we born in Turkey? Can i be held responsible for what my father did? Patriotism is shit. It is the same brutality raising you with such an hatred and doing genocide. I'm sorry for whom lost their lives. But i'm also sorry for the idiot patriotics like SOAD.
WHAT. THE. EF.? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/29/12
I believe I've never been so hateful in my live. Ever. I've studied the denial of the nazi genocide so I thought and I really really hoped this was one of the few examples throughout the history of the dark continent. Obviously, it was not.
I'm quite a hot headed person and I realize that the following statement is all wrong, but I cannot just hold it back:
To paraphrase mistah Kurtz, "exterminate all the Turks." Even Nietzsche, whom I look up to most from all the philosophers of the world, would no doubt agree about getting rid of mindless vermin that is able to forget stuff like this (and yes, I realize there are MANY other races/nations that did the same, after all, I study history as both my profession and hobby).
Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero.
(...since you ought to know what kind of sh*t's waiting for you around the corner)
please | Reviewer: ruru | 6/19/12
i don't understand what in the name of God is wrong with the people commenting on this page regarding the lyrics of the song... u think it didn't f*ing happen? r u that f*ing ignorant? not only did it happen but it continues to happen in a subtle and progressive way even today as deseases and toxic chemicals are pumped into the air that people breath and in there water supply, the air waves, brainwashing through the tv and on the radio and there are bands like SOAD that expose this while ignorant f*ers like yourselves question if the armenian genocide is real... have love in your hearts people but don't forget who you are and whats going on in the world
Anonymous | Reviewer: Anonymous | 4/2/12
This is too funy to hear. Armenians always give different numbers. One of them says " you killed one million" another says " one and half million " and someone says " half million died" .
Armenians, please be sure about this. And your grand parents, if they bannished from ottoman empire, please ask them " why ? " why ottoman empire banished armenians after hundreds of years ? They lived under ottomans around 500 year. What was the problem ? Why did they bannished you ? Please think about it.
stop the hate.... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/29/12
I don't know if the the genociede happened or not but the idea of this keep coming up is to divide people living in Turkey. As you should know there are many races living in Turkey. The idea here is to divide and conquer. also some1 said Turkey goverment brain washing people how can you be so sure that your's aren't washing yours ? About holocaust make a research and you will find that not many people killed as it is said it was just a plan to move them from europe to where they are now etc , and let's say it is true can you tell me the difference between israil goverment does to muslims ? Use your damn brains people and stop hating people for something may/may not happen 100 years ago...
Denial is clueless.... | Reviewer: john smith | 1/2/12
See what I don't get is how a person could actually believe it didn't happen. What is there really to gain by proclaiming a genocide happened to your people? You get some extra sympathy? (awwwwww). It happened! If it didn't there wouldn't be this ridiculous diaspora of Armenians in Syria, Iran, and the USA. My great grandfathers entire family of sisters and mother were raped and killed. They sold their jewelry to get him to the U.S. Get your facts straight, or at least try to think of a legit motive for Armenians to lie about this and get so emotional about it. There is no deceptive motive because the GENOCIDE happened!
-----Peace Call---- | Reviewer: KSK-Soul | 9/17/11
I love this song and listen very often.I'm proudly Turkish but the biggest fault of us is "peace in the home,peace in the World" doctrine maybe.Coze I'd be really delighted to see a REAL armenian genocide.Coze they reserves.The only recognition can be hatred policies between us.The thousands sluts and worker animals of armen refugees are breathing the precious air of MY LANDS still!!! If this low cultured and IQ nation still alive pray to ALLAH first and western nations honourless puppets
(No Title) | Reviewer: BlackHamit | 6/18/11
Maybe it happened, or maybe not. We can't know the past more than what they told us. Who's telling the the truth? Your grand-grandmother? My president? My grand-grandfather? Your elders? Or mine? We can never be able to know the truth. Maybe it has happened, if it's like that, I can only say "sorry about everything what has happened before and even it's not my fault." but if it hasn't happened, then what would you say? Please, don't listen those people who try to tell the wrong things. Look at that, I have never said it haven't happened. Then please try to say "it have never happened" and think again. Maybe it could be better. This is only my thouht. I am a Turkish or Turk, it doesn't matter for me how you call me. But I'm not talking as a Turkish now. I am just me and no more than this. And I believe only one thing, if we want to do something, than we can do it. Just believe the Peace. Then everything would be good. If you want to contact with me I wrote my e-mail. And you can find me on facebook the name is BlackHamit. If I had be able to change some thoughts I'm glad.
Patriotism -> Nationalism -> War/Genocide | Reviewer: Chris | 5/31/11
you are the one that made me do this comment. It's not only about you but I start my writing with a critic on something that you wrote:
I am sad about the fact that you are proud to serve your country and protect your people - IMO it is nothing to be proud of, it's a natural thing because you love your folks like I do love mine. I am aiming to get over my ego and be able to love and protect EVERYONE like my closest relatives and friends...but there are borders in my mind and of some I know, of some I don't, I just feel them. Many people have such borders in their mind - IMO they are shown in patriotical and nationalist behaviour and politics which lead to war (and genocide) when history is denied, obscure propaganda related to blood, honor, religion, etc. is used and, additional to that, capitalism spreads out in its darkest ways of greed. Like it happens in Israel and in many places of the world too, again and again. I love SOAD as a band and in their poetical and political manner as artists and people. It is good that they remind of something disgusting and injust that has happened in the history and continues to be as long as denied. They do that because they have armenien roots...whatever that is...a question of blood? Makes me shiver to thing about that. At least of personal history? - Ok, I can live with that. Obviously, they are peaceful guys with strong emotions about that happened and still happens and they express it artistically. Good job and good luck to their political aims. I will tell people about the genocide that happened. I do not do that because I am german and I feel guilt about the history of this country and for that reason I support SOAD and other people who take care of that topic. I am german - what does THAT mean...I have a german passport, I speak the language, my family lived here ever since...oh, no...one of my grandmas has dutch ancestors...wtf...what is my identity?...Honestly, folks...I am just ironic about something that is not worth to hold on. Leave behind your "national identity" and become a true human being. Then you'll be able to face the truth and to feel responsible to not let happen again ANY genocide that ever happened. Let's talk about it and how to do better about each other. I am not german. I am (only) mine.
An Armenian | Reviewer: Anonymous | 5/20/11
My gran-grandmother who recently passed away fled and was saved from death during the genocide, while her brothers were both killed.
Now I have nothing against Turks, and I believe that everyone deserves a chance to earn their respect. However, if I met a Turk and s/he denied the Genocide, I would be infuriated.
So that's all I, and we ask for...I don't know if these politics crap wants more, but all I want is for Turkish people to stop denying...And I know a lot of them have told the truth. Those are the people that I completely respect
turks killed armenians | Reviewer: payam abbasi | 5/8/11
if turks didn't killed armenians why many armenains moved to iran in 1915 ? i'm iranian and i have many armenian friends . turks wanted to be united with azerbayjan only because they have the same language . it's a fact and it can't change.
Funny | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/13/11
Armenians , what are you asking for? More soil or maybe money or just show sth to world that won't change anything anymore. I dug into the biggest libraries all around europe , even In turkey. You know what i found? More turks were killed then armenians in the war! Funny isn't it? They want the world to name it as genocide , even they had killed more.
To Everyone who has posted before me. | Reviewer: Tom | 11/22/10
It is important that we never forget the atrocities of the past. "Those who fail to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it." As an American, My people are not innocent. We locked up tens of thousands of Japanese and German americans for no other reason than they were born in countries we were at war with. We marched the entire Cherokee Nation from North Carolina to Oklahoma, and thousands, maybe tens of thousands died. We have killed tens of thousands of innocents in our warious wars in the 20th century alone. We have never committed genocide, but we have had our share of dirty deeds. I have no frame of reference from which to speak, but I sympathize with those whose families have suffered at the hands of evil men, but the best that can be done, is to forgive, and not visit the sins of the fathers upon the sons and daughters. An eye for an eye and the world goes blind. Evil men do evil things, it is the way of the world. As callous as it sounds, it happened, so suck it up nancy, now kiss and make up. I don't wish to see the world descend into hell over something that happened almost a century ago. So next time, remember, It's not what happened that is important, it's how we can learn from it and never let it happen again.
Armenians... | Reviewer: Kyle Bohigian | 11/18/10
I am an Armenian-American from Fresno, California. My great-grandparents, Sarkis and Sultan, both came to America in 1915, after they survived deportation by the Ottoman Turkish government. So, please, do not attempt to tell me that the Armenian Genocide never happened. It did. People like me are a living testament to that fact. One and a half million innocent Armenians were murdered from 1915-1918. Not a genocide? How about this, close to one million Armenians were also slaughtered from 1885-1915. What war were we caught in between then? People that deny the Genocide are no better than those that deny the Holocaust.
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