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The Other Side of the Falsified Genocide

 

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Turks in Western Media

An informal survey by Justin McCarthy at his university revealed Turks were Number One on the list of most despised ethnic groups in the USA... even though many of the people who cast these votes had no idea about Turks. They just knew Turks were "bad." Why is this? Could it have anything to do with there being nary a positive thing being said about Turkey? And when the mere crumb of Turkish positivism threatens to enter the limelight, Turk-haters do their best to shoot it down? Man... do those Armenians and Greeks have it down to a science.

  Examples of Biased New York Times Coverage   


America's most prestigious newspaper wholly ate up the lies and propaganda during WWI, like every other American publication... and added insult to injury in later years by deciding to stand by News that was not Fit to Print, for fear of compromising their credibility. Because of The Times' reputation, Armenians have a field day in pointing to these phony reports as "proof" of the "genocide."

Missionary Testimony in a Biased New York Times Article 

This is a typical account of a newspaper reporting on the particulars of the Armenian "Genocide." I have avoided including these ghastly, concocted tales of inconceivable cruelty (if you want more, just go to practically any Armenian or Greek site), and have used this horror tall tale when I needed to cite an example, in my writings.

 

 

 

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