It is sad that this essentially "anti-Turk" thread is causing such a stir within this virtual Armenian community. Heck, as if everyone is foaming at the mouth every time I make a post. Guys, is it me
? Everyone here is practically ganging up on me
Damn, what happened to a fair fight? Oh, oh, or better yet... what is the point of attacking a fellow Armenian because of his anti-Turk remarks??? The reactions I am getting here is very, very revealing, not to mention utterly sad.
However, one of the intents of this thread was to overtly attack the genocide mentality (or victim mentality) that most Diaspora Armenians today, such as yourselves, express. Most of you have is mental problem, yet, you do not know it. Itís become a part of your personal character and identity of who you are. This mental disorder is all you are made of and it is your only anchor preserving your ethnic identity. That is why I say God forbid Turks ever recognized the Armenian Genocide - in which case most of you will disappear into outer utopia.
Nevertheless, gamavor did make a good point when he said "That way finally we will get rid of those Armenians whose only connection with being Armenian is the Armenian Genocide. One more reason to push Turkey to recognize it." Yes, I am looking forward to the day when my nations gets rid of certain types of people, nevertheless, I am not holding my breath.
Is gamavor the only one within this forum who sees this?
You people don't have to agree with me over my expressed rhetoric within this thread. However, when you start breathing fire and growing claws every time you see me post, realize that you people have a serious psychological disorder. You are not attacking me because of your ideological and/or rhetoric disagreements with me, you are attacking me because I am challenging what you have believed in all your lives. I am in essence attacking your personal identity - that is why some of you people here are acting like i am devil.
Brilliant ones, I am an anti-Turk, this is MY ideology and I shall be this way for the rest of my life. As an Armenian Nationalist, I can never foresee my noble nation ever again living side-by-side with Turks. Moreover, I firmly believe that the Turkish state will disintegrate within our life times. I would hate to be sleeping at the wheels again, as our grandparents did eighty years ago.