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Because I'm not an ultranationalist and haven't built my personality around the country I identify myself with.
Is this a ironi?These are the facts:
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2) Posting pro-Turkish propaganda will get you banned
3) Bannerlord is a dead mod and will never be updated
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I will just assume everyone who does not agree my point of view is either an ultra-nationalist or only viable personality they have is their national, geographical or civic identity.Because I'm not an ultranationalist and haven't built my personality around the country I identify myself with.
I wouldn't say "many", that's a huuuuge overstatement, even though some still live, many of those are culturally genocided (bear in mind I'm talking about north americans, south america is better in terms of nativety, but those got horrible massacres and atrocities committed against them as well), and they don't have the lands they used to own. I mean you could say that about the armenian genocide too perhaps but the thing with middle east is that people come and go all the time, and many people live side by side, multiple ethnic and religious communities, you can't just say "HURR DURR ERZURUM ARMENIA FUG U" and start a rebellion, you just can't, or you can, and get killed in the end. Of course there were very bad things done by the turks, people massacred their neighbours, my great grandparents lived in that era and that's what they said.Technically even that wasn't a fully genocide:many natives survived.The only complete genocide is the tasmanian genocide--->again freemasonry fault!
Maybe let's also share that the article that you posted was authored by:Contrary to the Armenian allegations, in fact, there is no consensus among the historians and legal experts to qualify the events of 1915 as “genocide”. There is a legitimate historical controversy concerning the interpretation of the events in question and most of the scholars who have...www.newstatesman.com
What if the proof you have is propaganda as well?
Written byContrary to the Armenian allegations, in fact, there is no consensus among the historians and legal experts to qualify the events of 1915 as “genocide”. There is a legitimate historical controversy concerning the interpretation of the events in question and most of the scholars who have...www.newstatesman.com
I was busy reverse engineering a Tower of Babel cipher code that can translate Latin (and Greek, English etc) words back to Turkic.Okay, so I didn't imagine him offing his account for a year. And there were two threads, too.
But still half a year is a bit stretchy to class as "Over a decade."