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April 24 Comment: The annual betrayal and the every day truth

As expected, United States President Barrack Obama did not use the word “genocide” in his annual address April 23, a day before Armenians worldwide commemorate the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide which began April 24, 1915.

The president, who has steadfastly maintained “my personal view of history” that the events beginning on this date constitute genocide, instead invoked the more politically expedient rhetoric of his predecessors, borrowing the Armenian phrase “meds yeghern” (great calamity).

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24.04.2011 18:16
A reporter once asked,Ghandi," Mr.Ghandi,What do think of Western civilization?" In which,Mr. Ghandi,replied," Yes,It would be a very good idea." And so my dear Armenians,We hopelessly await for the West to become civilized.After all, we're in this mess because of them.
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