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CBS – 60 Minutes – Battle over history – The Armenian Genocide


Video shown recently on CBS channel. Turkey surly starts protesting, well let them do. Actually they’d better accept the real way of things, come to peace with their history and start watching the Armenian Genocide in its legal aspects, rather than put everything to historians and with this try to block the dissemination of the truth. As Karen Vrtanesyan writes in his blog:

There will be lots of references to the CBS’s «Battle Over History – 60 Minutes» video, which speaks about the Armenian genocide. I don’t share the excitement of fellow Armenians, because the documentary has a serious flow: our battle isn’t «over the history», but over the future. Genocide is not a historical category, it is a legal category by definition.

Actually it’s the Turks who do their best to make everyone believe that «leaving the genocide to historians» is the only rational thing to do.

Turks would never invest so much effort and resources into the whole process of genocide denial if it was «just part of the history».

On March 4 Armenian Genocide Resolution will be put on voting in US Congress. Millions of supporters of the resolution, together with all international organizations working and investigating genocides around the world hope at last the time has come for justice to be recognized. Armenian Horizon TV will broadcast the discussion live at 6:45 A.M. Passific Time as well as we will be able to watch it online at http://horizonarmeniantv.com


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US National Archive violates Act of Freedom of Information

Mark Maccarly, advocate of Vardges Eghyan, claims the National Archive of the United States refuses to present them documents, which according to the terms should be presented in the period of 20 days, but even after numerous requests were not given. Vardges Eghyan works on cases of compensating the issues of Armenian Genocide victims once secured by US companies. The laywer claim, those documents are proposingly contain certain data on the list of countries who organized the genocide, that is why now the archive keeps off showing them.

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Obama: America deserves a president telling truth about Armenian Genocide

US presidentation candidate sen. Barack Obama  tells America deserves a president who is able to tell truth about Armenian Genocide and any other genocides. Obama critisizes Bush administration position in Armenian Genocide Recognition, claiming his administration is going to solve the problem.

Anyhow most of the US presidents of the recent times, including Georgia W. Bush used the genocide adoption factor during election campaign, but till now no action is taken.

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