Time Magazine Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

A common misconception blames Turkish nationalism as the cause of Armenian massacres in Turkey; however, Turkish nationalism did not exist before the 1920s and sometimes Ottoman nationalism is confused with Turkish nationalism. Starting in the 1920s, Turkish nationalism was founded upon the determination of the Turks to survive World War I. The Sevrés Treaty and Sykes-Picot agreements were part of the Entente Powers' & their Anti-Turkish Nationalist allies' plans to divide the crumbling Ottoman Empire.

European Union free speech

European Hypocrisy is a double standard on the founding democratic principals that European nations were founded upon. It is the suppression of certain view points because of the lack of knowledge of the view points. How does one value the free speech of one over the free speech of another? Will the European Human Rights Court fix the suppression of freedom in Switzerland and France?


Anti-Turkism, also known as Turkophobia or Turcophobia, is hatred or discrimination towards Turkish people, their culture, their government, or their history (such as the Ottoman Empire or Seljuq Empire). They are mostly a collection of stereotypes and ethnic or religious hatred rooted by conflicts of the Turkish government or of the Ottoman Empire. Anti-Turkism originates usually from wars, propaganda, and differences in culture or religion.

Armenian National Committe of America

In 1996, a terrorist arms storage in Bedford, Ohio, was loaded with dynamites near a kindergarten, the dynamites were so old that they were extremely unstable and about to explode. The dynamites were stored there in the 1980s when ASALA (Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia) and the JCAG (Justice Commandoes for the Armenian Genocide) were active in assassinating and bombings against Turks in the United States. Their goals were to seek revenge for the killings of Armenians in 1915 that is still disputed today and is labeled as the Armenian Genocide.

Article 301

Article 301 is a controversial article of law under the Turkish Penal Code. The article made it a crime to insult "Turkishness" before the April 30th, 2008 reform. It was introduced on June 1st, 2005 as part of law reforms. There has been more than 60 cases dealing with Article 301 violations, some of the cases were high-profile and attracted media attention. One of the most notable of cases was that of Hrant Dink, a Turkish-Armenian journalist who had written newspaper articles criticizing Turkey as well as the Armenian diaspora.

Armenian National Committee of America

The speech given by Dr. Henry Dickran Astarjian, was filmed on April 24th, 2008, as part of the Armenian National Committee of America's consistent politization of Anti-Turkism and the Armenian Genocide allegations. Dr. Henry Dickran Astarjian is an Armenian-American neurologist who delivers a speech filled with hatred and nationalist diatribes against the Turkish people.

Armenian Genocide Women Children

Political activists continuously provide new arguments in order to convince uninformed individuals to flock to their perspective. One such argument was encountered in an article. The argument was that since Armenian women and children were relocated, then there must have been a genocidal plan of extermination, and asked why the Ottoman government would relocate women and children. Another activist explained why drawing such a conclusion through this sort of speculation would not be beneficial for society.

Armenian Revolt

The following is an analysis of excerpts and video scenes from the critically acclaimed Armenian Revolt Documentary, we highly recommend that you buy the DVD yourself and examine the arguments and dis

Hilmar Kaiser

Dr. Glendale-Hilmar Kaiser (usually referred to as Dr. Hilmar Kaiser) is a German-American historian who completed his Ph. D. in European University Institute in Florence, Italy. His educational focus is Ottoman Social and Economical history, and Ottoman-German relations. Most people regard him as a genocide scholar for his work dealing with the disputed Armenian Genocide. Kaiser has conducted research in more than 60 archives including the Turkish-Ottoman Archives in Istanbul.

Hrant Dink

Hrant Dink, was a Turkish-Armenian journalist. He worked as the editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos (????). He was extremely critical of both the Turkish Republic's position on the alleged Armenian Genocide, and of the Armenian diaspora's campaign for its international recognition. Hrant Dink was murdered in Istanbul in January 19th, 2007. The murderer, Ogün Samast, a 17-year old Turkish nationalist was arrested.