Achtung!! Ya voll mein Kaiser!
Wonder if the docmentary touches upon the German complicity?
Does this mean that the Bundestag will affirm the “kenotsit resolutzionen”?
Remember when in 1915 the agents of Bismarck were teaching the butchers of Osman new and improved techniques of extermination, and in the process learning new techniques themselves, like the use of cattle cars and long marches???
Aghet - Ein Völkermord documentary on Armenian Genocide screened in Berlin
April 8, 2010 - 15:46 AMT ￼10:46 GMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Berlin hosted the screening of Eric Friedler’s Aghet - Ein Völkermord documentary on Armenian Genocide, which brings the words of diplomats, engineers and missionaries to life.
The 90-minute film features an ensemble of 23 German actors narrating the original texts in simple interviews that derive their effectiveness from the selection of texts and the presentation rather than a dramatization of history.
The screening held at Babylon cinema was attended by German politicians, foreign diplomats and Armenian community representatives. Following the screening, Armenian Ambassador to Germany Armen Martirosyan and film director Eric Friedler held a Q&A session, RA Foreign Ministry press office reported.
And a kneejerk reaction;
Canan Arıtman, one of the notorious members of the Turkish Parliament, demanded that Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu provide written explanations for the demonstration of the 90-minute-long documentary Aghet-Ein Völkermord (Tragedy of Genocide) shown by the ARD TV channel.
Aritman raised the following questions:
Why was not the German Ambassador to Turkey summoned to the Turkish Foreign Office on the occasion?
Why weren’t the German authorities informed that the film might cause damage to the German-Turkish relations?
Why at his meeting with the German Chancellor last week the Turkish Premier did not voice his concern over the documentary and did not demand that the demonstration be prohibited?
Why did the Turkish Foreign Minister take a passive position on the Armenian Genocide resolutions approved by different Parliaments, as well as on the demonstration of films there?
Is the Turkish State’s silence in response to statements on the Armenian Genocide its political concept?
“Why weren’t the German authorities informed that the film might cause damage to the German-Turkish relations?”???
HUH!! You mean recalling all those zougaran attending beggars back to stambol???
Or how about the German authorities “deporting” them???
Edited by Arpa, 11 April 2010 - 05:06 AM.