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Sascha Alexander Gersak
Aghet A Genocide: an award-winning documentary made by German filmmaker Eric Friedler which compellingly proves the truth of the genocide of the Armenian people during World War 1. i have seen thousands of films and countless documentaries and i can say this with all honesty this is the worst one i have seen in years, i have never seen so much hate disgusted by one sided story telling and propaganda docu drama. i see that most of the eye witness count was by Germans telling how disgusted they are by the way Armenian's got treated by turks at the same time they were killing and torturing people in millions?? i personally think killing Armenian's in turkey at 1915 have to be excepted by today's government and move on to next step to make peace and compensate all Armenian's but in my heart i do not see that happen, as todays government still killing Kurdish people everyday and wont come to recognise even today. i have to say this docu drama was sxxt and it is done with intention of agenda,provoke which does nothing to way of solution to Armenian and Turkish nation.
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