Turkish Flag Appropriate Backdrop for Obama’s Scary “No Apologies”

It only took some rain and a Turkish flag backdrop for Obama to finally start to make the visual transition to evil supervillain, as earlier today he defended his escalating attacks on freedom of the press.

Yeah, probably not a good idea to say the words “No Apologies” when Obama is in the middle of kissing the ass of Turkey, an unapologetic genocidal state currently partnering with the CIA to destroy Syria - presumably because Turkey is so good at getting away with genocides?

Furthermore, “No Apologies” is an offensive choice of words considering Obama’s cowardly and very public flip-flop on the recognition of the 1915 genocide committed by Turks against Armenian, Greek, Assyrian and other Christian peoples. In case you didn’t hear - where would you have? - Obama supported the recognition of the Armenian Genocide right up until he took office as president, when he then backed Turkey’s refusal to apologize for their crimes against humanity.

The Turkish-American alliance should be a sign to everyone who the villains are as we enter a very interesting period of world history. Suggestion: Obama should keep the Turkish flag around for whenever he officially announces the domestic suspension of civil liberties that he’s already undertaken. It will be a very clear image at a time when words won’t really work.

Today marks the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, when on…

Today marks the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, when on April 24, 1915, the Turks rounded up and murdered the Armenian intellectuals in Istanbul. Over the next eight years, over 1.5 million Armenians - more than half of all Armenians - died at the hands of the Ottoman Empire and their Turkish successors. The survivors were subjected to unspeakable atrocities in an attempt to erase the Armenian people completely. My family is directly descended from murdered Armenians and lucky survivors from the city of Van. As we approach the 100th anniversary of the genocide, two years from now, we demand that the world community, including the United States and especially Turkey, recognize these historic atrocities and take immediate steps toward peace, understanding, restitution and respect.


Infographic Poster - The Armenian Genocide by Kiara.W

for those who can’t see
red circles = massacres 
arrows = death marches 
dark orange = current armenia
orange = historic armenia [now turkish territory]

58% of total population dead
1,500,00 men,women & children

The appalling incidents of the genocide against the armenian population by  the Ottoman government from 1915-1923 result in the death of the entire population of historic armenia at the eastern extremity of Anatolia.
Yet this genocide has been misinterpreted as a transfer of Armenian people or deportations. However due to the governments control of press and telegraphs the Armenian massacre occurred outside the eyes of the international press

90% of land and property lost
nearly all of historic Armenia

Along with the loss of life, the Armenian population lost goods and property through systematic state confiscation. Through mass deportations, Armenians were forced to leave non-transportable property behind such as homes,farms,buildings,lands and personal wealth. Goods and property were passed over to the government and thus it was controlled by other government officials. With this control the continued genocide and deportation of Armenians continued without much resistance