Friday, January 28, 2005

Germans and Greeks: Who is worse?

I am no great fan of Armenians--they ask for help from Hellenes on their issues but never bother to return the favor, besides the fact that they are heretical monophysites.

Nevertheless, I tend to despise the vast majority of today's Germany for being the most spineless and hypocritical people in the world. They have the economic might to spite the U.S. and Israel yet they bow to a false idol that spells itself with a capital "H" , meanwhile they accept Turkey's denial of responsibility for one of the great Genocides of the Twentieth Century. At the very least their school system did ONCE make a reference to the Armenian Genocide.

The Greeks of today ,on the other hand, have succeeded in sinking lower than any Nation has ever sunk in human history, they not only ignore the Armenians ,to placate Jews and Turks, they ignore their own people, yet teach their schoolchildren the Jewish so-called "holocaust" for the sake of pleasing their masters and filling their deep pockets.

Who is worse?


Turkey Wins Removal Of Armenian Genocide From German Schools
Wednesday 26, January 2005

(dpa) - Pressure from Turkey has resulted in the removal of a reference to the Armenian genocide from a German school curriculum, reports said Wednesday.

The eastern German state of Brandenburg has eliminated half a sentence on the Armenians included in ninth and tenth grade history classes after a Turkish diplomat complained to state Prime Minister Matthias Platzeck, the newspaper Die Welt reported.

In a chapter entitled "War, Technology and Civilian Populations" the school book text said "for example, the genocide of the Armenians population of Anatolia." That passage has now been removed from school textbooks, the newspaper said.

Platzeck met regularly with Turkish diplomats and was "steeled" against their influence, the newspaper quoted him as saying. The prime minister added that genocide was too important an issue to be dealt with in just half a sentence. "Brandenburg's curriculum was the only one in Germany which up until now included a reference to the murder of the Armenians," said Die Welt.

Most historians say that between 600,000 and 1.5 million Armenians were killed in 1915 and 1916 under the Ottoman Turks during World War I. The Turkish government, which denies that a genocide took place, speaks of 200,000 dead.

A Turkish embassy spokesman in Berlin declined to comment directly on the report, but noted the initiative had come from the Turkish consulate responsible for Berlin and Brandenburg - not from the embassy itself.

Prime Minister Platzeck is a member of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats (SPD). Schroeder is a strong supporter of Turkey's bid to become a member of the European Union. Germany has almost two million resident Turks - the biggest Turkish minority in the EU.

The Christian Democratic Union (CDU), which serves as junior coalition partner in Brandenburg's government, is infuriated over the change to the state's schoolbooks. "The impression created is fatal," said Sven Patke, the state CDU secretary general.

The head of the Central Committee of Armenians in Germany, Schavarsh Ovassapian told Die Welt the move was "a scandal." "It is depressing, if what's in schoolbooks in Brandenburg can be dictated from Ankara," he said.


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