Professor Mahmut Esat Ozan has been the
rare, tireless voice in the United States, among his "tribespeople"
who are known for their apathy and ignorance relating to attacks upon Turks
and Turkey within the United States. He has had an impressively large output
of writings throughout the years, and the TAT web site only provides a
Professor Ozan artfully reveals the workings
behind the Armenians' "Genocide.com," a huge cottage industry whose purpose for existence is
to voraciously feed the Armenians' very cause for existence.
Several editorials by Professor Ozan,
exposing a pattern of anti-Turkish prejudice by a major American television network, the
National Broadcasting Company, or "NBC"... sometimes perpetuated by the
network's Greek-American commentator, Bob Costas
The professor's intelligent exchange with an Armenian gentleman who comes across as
civilized, for a change... winding up with a fascinating historical account of
"The Children's Crusade."
Fisk, a Pathological Liar?
Robert Fisk is but one foot soldier in an
army of Turk-hating Western journalists... but he has won many medals of honor during his
tireless mud-slinging crusades. What are the forces behind the British reporter's being
such an "Incorrigible Armenian Boot-Licker"?
Swedes, the Old
and the New
Professor Ozan examines some present day
Swedish attitudes toward the Turks, a far cry from King Charles XII's conclusions.
In response to Swedes' and other Europeans' hypocritical demands upon Turkey, the
professor wonders why they do not school their own minorities in their own
tongues... and further reminds us that "If the Ottoman rulers had inculcated
into their Ottoman subjects their own culture, religion and especially their own
language, one half of Europe and Africa today would be reading the Koran and
conversing in Turkish."
to Your Father, Mr. President, Parents Know Best
A reminder to George W. Bush not to be
suckered by the Armenians; thoughts about the housewife who wrote "Turkish
A postscript on the hate film that turned
out to be a colossal flop; followed by a brief item entitled, "Over 90% of
French-Armenians Turn Up Their Noses at ARARAT"
Excerpts from other Ozan commentaries may be found throughout the site; some
"whole" ones (that may be found included in different tables of content) are in
the following TAT pages:
Siege of Plevna
Rights Scapegoat: Turkey
Answer to the "Proclamation" of (N.Y. Governor) George Pataki
Said that All Jews were Intelligent and Well-Informed?" (J. E. Botton)
On Greek Human Rights, and Other Matters
How do You Define Betrayal? (Turncoat Turks)
Power, Are These the People You are Defending?
Grandmother Vouches for the Turks