Toplumumuzun derin kış uykusundan uyanması dileklerimle

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Sevgili Dostlarım, Aşağıdaki yazışmayı, sizlere ilham kaynağı olsun diye paylaşıyorum. Ergun KIRLIKOVALI yazdı.

Sevgili Dostlarım,

Aşağıdaki yazışmayı, sizlere ilham kaynağı olsun diye paylaşıyorum. Gazeteci dostlarımdan bunu motive edici bir haber yaparak hem aramızdaki yanlız ve hasta arkadaşlarımıza destek olmalarını ve hem de toplumumuzu o derin kış uykusundan uyandırmalarını diliyorum.

Ergun KIRLIKOVALI
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From: Ergun To: Serpil Kislalioglu Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 6:51 AM
Subject: Hasta ve yanliz da olsaniz yapacaginiz cok isler var…

Sevgili Serpil Hanım,

Size çok geçmiş olsun. Hasta ve tek başına bile olsanız, yapacağınız çok güzel şeyler var. Mesela bu yazının çıktığı gazetede yazının hemen altına “okuyucu yorumu” asabilirsiniz. Bazı gazeteler yorumlara yer vermez ama onun yerine yazıyı yazana ulaşabilirsiniz, ki bu yazıda da aynısı yaplımış, yani bir “medya bağlantısı” verilmiş: [email protected] . Ona yazabilirsiniz.

Yazınızda, bir müzik eğitim yuvasının, hele hele bir üniversitenin, politikaya nasıl alet olabileceğini anlamadığınızı ve çok üzüldüğünüzü belirtebilirsiniz. Bunu diğer Türklerle sosyal medyada paylaşabilirsiniz. Onlara da öncü olabilirsiniz. İnternet, sizi hem yanlızlığınızdan kurtarır, zamanın nasıl geçtiğini anlayamazsınız, ve hem de topluma çok yararlı işler yapmış olursunuz. Sizin gibi hasta ve yanlız insanlara da liderlik yapmış olursunuz. Moraliniz yükselir. Savaşmak iyidir. İnsanın zinde tutar. O moralle hastalığınız bile iyiye gider.

İhtiyacınız olan tüm bilgiler ve belgeler internette var. Ben de yardımcı olurum. Mesela, yine size örnek olsun diye, ilk adımı atabilmeniz için, verdiğiniz yazının yazarına hemen aşağıdaki yazıyı gönderdim.

Saygılar,

Ergün KIRLIKOVALI

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—– Original Message —–
From: Ergun To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 6:44 AM

Subject: ART SHOULD NOT BE USED AS A POLITICAL TOOL CULTIVATING DISCRIMINATION

Re: “World-famous painter to join URI ensemble in commemorating Armenian genocide”,

 

Media Contact: Elizabeth Rau, 401-874-2116, Feb. 24, 2015,

https://www.uri.edu/news/releases/?id=7367

ART SHOULD NOT BE USED AS A POLITICAL TOOL  CULTIVATING DISCRIMINATION
Rebuttal by Ergun KIRLIKOVALI,

Feb 25, 2015

I am shocked and saddened by the fact that URI let itself be used in a political controversy and URI Department of Music allows art to be used as a propaganda tool.

Kevork Mourad and other Armenians who think like him—not all do [1]—should stop fighting WWI; it is over. It has been over for a 100 years. It is time for forgive and forget, not meaningless defamation, perpetual polarization, and destructive discrimination [2]. I say give peace a chance, as any painting, any music, any institute used as a medium to cultivate hate, cannot possibly serve peace.

Armenians love to start the clock on April 24, 1915, but they forget to tell you they had killed 120,000 Muslim, mostly Turks, by the end of 1914 [3] alone and another 80,000 during the VAN rebellion of April-May 1915 [4]. These horrific numbers come to 1.33 % of the total Ottoman population of 15 million in 1915. Imagine this: the same 1.33% would be 4.4 million Americans if applied to today’s America of 330 million. The question begs asking is this: What would America do if Armenians (or others) killed 4.4 million today? Would America stop at TERESET (Temporary Resettlement) like the Ottoman Empire did in 1915 [5]? Or would another Nagasaki or Hiroshima be on the table [5]? Armenians today are continuing with their Turk-bashing campaigns, using every medium imaginable, but the facts tell us a different story; a story of propaganda, agitation, terrorism, revolts, treason, territorial demands, raids, assassinations, bombings, murders, and more [6-15].

But all that is old history. Turks have long since chose to forgive and forget and forge ahead with hope. Turks built a nation out of the remnants of a collapsed empire and an economy 16th largest in the world today. What did Armenians do? Cultivated hatred and vengeance. Attacked, invaded, and ethnically cleansed a neighboring country. [16] Armenians never seemed to have the insight, vision, and/or courage to question their own leaders, Armenian revolutionary Federation (Dashnaks) for leading Armenians down the path of undermining a millennium of relatively peaceful cohabitation with Turks in Anatolia.[17] They should hold accountable the Dasnaks, Huncaks, Armenakans, Ramgavars, Nemesis, ASALA, JCAG and other Armenian terror groups for sawing discord and polarization in the Ottoman communities and then taking it to the next step: backstabbing, terrorism, revolts, and treason. [18-20]

Time has come to see the other side of the medallion. [21-23] Maybe 2015 will provide a forum for civilized dialogues and reasoned debates by honest truth-seekers, not partisans who are bent on promoting a single view at the expense of the truth. Reasonable people will finally remember to inquire about the other side of the story, ignored out of bias, as a university is expected to explore all angles of a controversy. [24-30]

Painting, music, and other forms of art should help peace, not war. May truth, love and peace eventually prevail over crude propaganda cultivating hate and vengeance. [31]

Peace,

Ergun Kirlikovali
Son of Turkish survivors of atrocities committed by Armenians
and others during the 1st and 2nd Balkan Wars of 1912 & 1913
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References:

[1] Tashji, Edward, Armenian Allegations: The Truth Must Be Told, Rose International Publishing House, 2005

[2] McCarthy, Justin. The Turk in America: Creation of an Enduring Prejudice. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah, 2010.

[3] Pope, Stephen, Wheal Elizabeth-Anne, The MacMillan Dictionary of the First World War, MacMillan Reference Books, London, 1995 (Purchase for page 34 – a stunning revelation)

[4] McCarthy, Justin; Arslan, E., Taşkıran, C., and Turan, Ö., The Armenian Rebellion at Van. Salt Lake City, UT, University of Utah, 2006.

[5] https://armenians-1915.blogspot.com/…/3194-turkish-armenian-…

[6] Erickson, Edward, Ottomans and Armenians: A Study in Counterinsurgency, Palgrave McMillan, New York, 2013

[7] Gunter, Michael M.,Pursuing the Just Cause of Their People: A Study of Contemporary , Armenian Terrorism, New York, Greenwood, 1986

[8] Nalbandian, Louise. The Armenian Revolutionary Movement; The Development of Armenian , Political Parties through the 19th Century. Berkeley: Univ. of California, 1963.

[9] McCarthy, Justin, Death and Exile: The Ethnic Cleansing of Ottoman Muslims, 1821-1922, The Darwin Press, Princeton, 1995.

[10] Ataov, Turkkaya, Armenian Falsifications, Okey Enterprises, Inc., New York, 2008

[11] Aya, Sukru Server, The Genocide of Truth, Istanbul Commerce Univ. Publications No:25, Istanbul, 2008 and its follow-up: Aya, Sukru Server, The Genocide of Truth Continues…, Derin Yayinlari, Istanbul, 2011

[12] Houshamatyan of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, Centennial, Album-Atlas, Volume I, Epic Battles, 1890-1914, The Next Day Color Printing, Inc., Glendale, CA, U.S.A., 2006. Confession by the Armenian revolutionary leaders that they planned and executed a war against the Ottoman Empire.

[13] Gürün, Kamuran, The Armenian File, The Myth of Innocence Exposed, Rustem, Nicosia, 2001.

[14] Shaw, Stanford J., and Ezel Kural Shaw. History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey: Vol. 2, Reform, Revolution, and Republic: The Rise of Modern Turkey 1808-1975. Vol. 2. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2002

[15] Weems, Samuel A., Armenia: Secrets of a Christian Terrorist State, St. John Press, Dallas, 2002.

[16] Uras, Esat, The Armenians in History and the Armenian Question, Documentray Publications, Istanbul, 1988

[17] Oxford University Press, New York, 1995, Lewy, Guenter. The Armenian Massacres in Ottoman Turkey: A Disputed Genocide, Salt Lake City, University of Utah, 2005.

[18] Katchaznouni, Hovhannes, The Armenian Revolutionary Federation Has Nothing to Do Anymore (1955), available at:https://ia600602.us.archive.org/…/armenianrevolution00katc.p….

[19] Papazian, K.S. Patriotism Perverted, Boston, Baikar Press, 1934

[20] Hartill, Ramsden, Men Are Like That , The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis (1926). (Memoirs of Ohanus Appressian, an Armenian officer who participated in the Armenian massacres of Turks) Heath Lowry, The Story Behind Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story, The Isis Press, 1990.

[21] Feigl, Erich. A Myth of Terror: Armenian Extremism, Its Causes and Its Historical Context , Freilassing, Germany: Edition Zeitgeschichte, 1986 and its follow-up: Fiegl, Erich, Armenian Mythomania, Amalthea Signum, Wien-Munchen, 2006,

[22] McCarthy, Justin, The Ottoman Peoples and The End of Empire, Oxford University Press, New York, 2001.

[23] Simsir, Bilal N. British Documents on Ottoman Armenians – Volume I (1856-1880). Turkish Historical Association, Ankara, 1989.

[24] Orel, Sinasi and Yuca, Sureyya, The Talat Pasha Telegrams, Historical Fact , or Armenian Fiction?, K. Rustem and Brother, Nicosia, 1986.

[25] https://armenians-1915.blogspot.com/…/3300-may-love-and-peac…

[26] Taylor, Scott, Unreconciled Differences: Turkey, Armenian, and Azebaijan, Esprit De Corps Books, Ottawa, Canada, 2010

[27] Toynbee, Arnold J., The Western Question: In Greece and Turkey, Howard Fertig, New York, 1970.

[28] Yalman, Ahmed Emin, Turkey in the World War, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 1930

[29] Yurukel, Sefa M., The History of Genocide Near East Publishing, Nicosia, Mersin 10, Turkey, 2004

[30] Zeidner, Robert F. The Tricolor over the Taurus: the French in Cilicia and Vicinity, 1918-1922. Turkish Historical Society, Ankara, 2005

[31] https://www.historyoftruth.com/…/13627-the-perfect-genocide-…
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—– Original Message —–
From: Serpil Kislalioglu To: Ergun Kirlikovali
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 4:48 AM
Subject: URI da verilecek konser icin aciklama:

Hastayim ve tek basinayim.
Bu konuda bir sey yapilabilir mi?
Bir universite nasil gercegi bilmeden taraf tutar?
Serpil Kislalioglu

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