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We need to come up with a way to separate those who deny the genocide from those who don't deny it, but refuse to use the "g" word.  --[[User:Raffi|Raffi]] 21:28, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
 
We need to come up with a way to separate those who deny the genocide from those who don't deny it, but refuse to use the "g" word.  --[[User:Raffi|Raffi]] 21:28, 18 March 2007 (PDT)
:I agree, that's actually why I removed McCain.  He said that there was indeed a "systematic murder of as many as one and a half million Armenians" (essentially the same thing Clinton said) yet we have him on the same list as Talat Pasha because he did not go so far as to use the word "genocide". -- [[User:Aivazovsky|Aivazovsky]] 05:06, 5 April 2007 (PDT)
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:I agree, that's actually why I removed McCain.  He said that there was indeed a "systematic murder of as many as One and a half million Armenians" yet we have him on the same list as Talat Pasha because he did not go so far as to use the word "genocide". -- [[User:Aivazovsky|Aivazovsky]] 05:06, 5 April 2007 (PDT)
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:No worries, I agree that it's a huge difference between Talaat and McCain - but I also think that not using the word qualifies you for being shameful.  We need a good description of those who admit to the facts of the genocide, but won't use the word to spare the Turks feelings, rather than the actual victims of the big G.  Maybe give them the title of "Genocide Weasels"?  --[[User:Raffi|Raffi]] 21:11, 6 April 2007 (PDT)

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We need to come up with a way to separate those who deny the genocide from those who don't deny it, but refuse to use the "g" word. --Raffi 21:28, 18 March 2007 (PDT)

I agree, that's actually why I removed McCain. He said that there was indeed a "systematic murder of as many as One and a half million Armenians" yet we have him on the same list as Talat Pasha because he did not go so far as to use the word "genocide". -- Aivazovsky 05:06, 5 April 2007 (PDT)
No worries, I agree that it's a huge difference between Talaat and McCain - but I also think that not using the word qualifies you for being shameful. We need a good description of those who admit to the facts of the genocide, but won't use the word to spare the Turks feelings, rather than the actual victims of the big G. Maybe give them the title of "Genocide Weasels"? --Raffi 21:11, 6 April 2007 (PDT)