The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

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The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 23.04.2008, 10:49:15

The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide
adolf hitler
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 23.04.2008, 10:51:01

Значит создатель пан тюркизма был еврей турецкий?
Ататюрк то есть?
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 23.04.2008, 10:53:35

Ну по крайней мере Турция всегда была союзникком Израиля. Это есть факт.
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 23.04.2008, 11:12:55

Пока позиции еврейства в политике и сми будут как сейчас в штатах геноцид армян НЕПРИЗНАЮТ!
Just in case you had any linger doubts about the extent to which Jews control the media entertainment/information industry, here's the BIG LIST -

Media Executives:

MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN, owner of NY Daily News, US News & World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.

LESLIE MOONVES, president of CBS television, great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

JONATHAN MILLER, chair and CEO of AOL division of AOL-Time-Warner

NEIL SHAPIRO, president of NBC News

JEFF GASPIN, Executive Vice-President, Programming, NBC

DAVID WESTIN, president of ABC News

SUMNER REDSTONE, CEO of Viacom, "world's biggest media giant" (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and Black Entertainment TV.

MICHAEL EISNER, major owner of Walt Disney, CapitolCities, ABC.

RUPERT MURDOCH, Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London Times, News of the World (Jewish mother)

MEL KARMAZIN, president of CBS

DON HEWITT, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS

JEFF FAGER, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS

DAVID POLTRACK, Executive Vice-President, Research and Planning, CBS

SANDY KRUSHOW, Chair, Fox Entertainment

LLOYD BRAUN, Chair, ABC Entertainment

BARRY MEYER, chair, Warner Bros.

SHERRY LANSING. President of Paramount Communications and Chairman of Paramount Pictures' Motion Picture Group.


BRAD SIEGEL., President, Turner Entertainment.

PETER CHERNIN, second in-command at Rupert Murdoch's News. Corp., owner of Fox TV

MARTY PERETZ, owner and publisher of the NewRepublic, which openly identifies itself as pro-Israel. Al Gore credits Marty with being his "mentor."

ARTHUR O. SULZBERGER, JR., publisher of the NY Times, the Boston Globe and other publications.

WILLIAM SAFIRE, syndicated columnist for the NYT.

TOM FRIEDMAN, syndicated columnist for the NYT.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post. Honored by Honest, website monitoring "anti-Israel media."

RICHARD COHEN, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post

JEFF JACOBY, syndicated columnist for the Boston Globe

NORMAN ORNSTEIN, American Enterprise Inst., regular columnist for USA Today, news analyst for CBS, and co-chair with Leslie Moonves of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

ARIE FLEISCHER, Dubya's press secretary.

STEPHEN EMERSON, every media outlet's first choice as an expert on domestic terrorism.

DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN, owner of the Village Voice and the New Times network of "alternative weeklies."

DENNIS LEIBOWITZ, head of Act II Partners, a media hedge fund

KENNETH POLLACK, for CIA analysts, director of Saban Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY Times, New Yorker

BARRY DILLER, chair of USA Interactive, former owner of Universal Entertainment

KENNETH ROTH, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

RICHARD LEIBNER, runs the N.S. Bienstock talent agency, which represents 600 news personalities such as Dan Rather, Dianne Sawyer and Bill O'Reilly.

TERRY SEMEL, CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.

MARK GOLIN, VP and Creative Director, AOL

WARREN LIEBERFORD, Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div. of AOL- TimeWarner

JEFFREY ZUCKER, President of NBC Entertainment

JACK MYERS, NBC, chief.NYT 5.14.2

SANDY GRUSHOW, chair of Fox Entertainment

GAIL BERMAN, president of Fox Entertainment

STEPHEN SPIELBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

JEFFREY KATZENBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

DAVID GEFFEN, co-owner of Dreamworks

LLYOD BRAUN, chair of ABC Entertainment

JORDAN LEVIN, president of Warner Bros. Entertainment

MAX MUTCHNICK, co-executive producer of NBC's "Good Morning Miami"

DAVID KOHAN, co-executive producer of NBC's "Good Morning Miami"

HOWARD STRINGER, chief of Sony Corp. of America

AMY PASCAL, chair of Columbia Pictures

JOEL KLEIN, chair and CEO of Bertelsmann's American operations

ROBERT SILLERMAN, founder of Clear Channel Communications

BRIAN GRADEN, president of MTV entertainment

IVAN SEIDENBERG, CEO of Verizon Communications

WOLF BLITZER, host of CNN's Late Edition

LARRY KING, host of Larry King Live

TED KOPPEL, host of ABC's Nightline



MIKE WALLACE, Host of CBS, 60 Minutes


MICHAEL LEDEEN, editor of National Review

BRUCE NUSSBAUM, editorial page editor, Business Week

DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post, son of

CATHERINE GRAHAM MEYER, former owner of the Washington Post

HOWARD FINEMAN, Chief Political Columnist, Newsweek

WILLIAM KRISTOL, Editor, Weekly Standard, Exec. Director
Project for a New American Century (PNAC)

RON ROSENTHAL, Managing Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

PHIL BRONSTEIN, Executive Editor, San Francisco Chronicle,

RON OWENS, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

JOHN ROTHMAN, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

MICHAEL SAVAGE, Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets

MICHAEL MEDVED, Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations

DENNIS PRAGER, Talk Show Host, nationally syndicated from LA. Has Israeli flag on his home page.

BEN WATTENBERG, Moderator, PBS Think Tank.

ANDREW LACK, president of NBC

DANIEL MENAKER, Executive Director, Harper Collins

DAVID REMNICK, Editor, The New Yorker

NICHOLAS LEHMANN, writer, the New York

HENRICK HERTZBERG, Talk of the Town editor, The New Yorker

SAMUEL NEWHOUSE JR, and DONALD NEWHOUSE own Newhouse Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker; Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City Business Journals, business newspapers published in more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in cable television programming and cable systems serving 1 million homes.

DONALD NEWHOUSE, chairman of the board of directors, Associated Press.

PETER R KANN, CEO, Wall Street Journal, Barron's

RALPH J. & BRIAN ROBERTS, Owners, Comcast-ATT Cable TV.



Jewish Actors/Actresses

(arranged chronologically by decade of birth):


Jonah Bobo (1997–) American film actor (Around the Bend, Zathura)
Flora Cross (1993–) American film actress (Bee Season)
Hallie Kate Eisenberg (1992–) American film actress
Alexander Gould (1994–) American film/TV actor (Finding Nemo)
Shane Haboucha (1990–) American actor (Desperation, Stacy's Mom)
Carter Jenkins (1991 - ) American film and television actor
Owen Kline (1991–) American film actor (The Squid and the Whale)
Jonathan Lipnicki (1990–) American film actor (Jerry Maguire, Like Mike)
Logan O'Brien (1992–) American film/TV actor
Nathalia Ramos (1992 - ) Spanish-born actress (Bratz: The Movie)
Sarah Ramos (1991–) American television actress (American Dreams)
Daryl Sabara (1992–) American actor (Spy Kids, Keeping Up with the Steins)
Evan Sabara (1992–) American film/TV actor, brother of Daryl Sabara
Sam Smith (c. 1990 - ) English actor (Wondrous Oblivion)
Adiel Stein (1991–) American film actor (Stolen Summer)
Matt Weinberg (1990–) American film/TV actor (Haunted Lighthouse)
Zoe Weizenbaum (1991–) American film actress (Memoirs of a Geisha)
Alex Wolff (1997–) American actor, musician and drummer
Nat Wolff (1994–) American actor, musician, and songwriter


Jonathan Ahdout (1989–) American actor (House of Sand and Fog, 24)
Justin Baldoni (1984–) American actor (Everwood)
Sarah Barrable-Tishauer (1988–) Canadian actress (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Justin Berfield (1986–) American film/TV actor (Malcolm in the Middle)
Rachel Bilson (1981–) American film/television actress (The O.C., The Last Kiss)
Amanda Bynes (1986–) American film star and former show host on Nickelodeon (She's the Man)
Lizzy Caplan (1982–) American film/TV actress (Mean Girls)
Matt Cohen (1982–) American film/television actor
Lauren Collins (1986–) Canadian actress (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
John Francis Daley (1985–) American actor/director (Freaks and Geeks)
Kat Dennings (1986–) American film/TV actress
Zac Efron (1987–) American teen idol/actor (High School Musical, Hairspray)
Jesse Eisenberg (1983–) American film actor (The Squid and the Whale)
Jake Epstein (1987–) Canadian actor/teen idol (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Stacey Farber (1987–) Canadian actress (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Ben Feldman (1980–) American film/TV actor
Jeremy Ferdman (1986–) Canadian actor
Sean Flynn-Amir (1989–) American television actor (Zoey 101)
Ben Foster (1980–) American film actor (X-Men: The Last Stand)
Jon Foster (1984–) American film/television actor (Stay Alive)
Shayna Fox (1984–) American voice actress
Gideon Glick (1988–) American actor
Jake Goldsbie (1988–) Canadian actor
Joseph Gordon-Levitt (1981–) American actor
Aubrey Graham (1986–) Canadian actor (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Max Greenfield (1980–) American film/TV actor
Zena Grey (1988–) American film actress (Max Keeble's Big Move)
Jake Gyllenhaal (1980–) American film star (Brokeback Mountain)
Scarlett Johansson (1984–) American film actress; has become one of Hollywood's most sought-after young actresses
Ariana Jollee (1982–) American pornographic actress and pornographic film director
Robert Kazinsky (1983–) English television actor (EastEnders)
Shane Kippel (1986–) Canadian actor (Degrassi: The Next Generation)
Mila Kunis (1983–) American television actress (That '70s Show)
Shia LaBeouf (1986–) American TV/film actor (Even Stevens, Holes)
Adam Lamberg (1984–) American actor (Lizzie McGuire)
Samm Levine (1982–) American film/TV actor
Jaclyn Linetsky (1986–2003) Canadian TV actress (15/Love)
Alex D. Linz (1989–) American actor (Home Alone 3, Max Keeble's Big Move)
Eli Marienthal (1986–) American film actor (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen)
Scott Mechlowicz (1981–) American film actor (EuroTrip, Mean Creek)
Sara Paxton (1988–) American actress (Darcy's Wild Life, Aquamarine)
Josh Peck (1986–) American actor (Drake & Josh)
Ashley Peldon (1984–) American film/television actress
Courtney Peldon (1981–) American film/television actress
Alisan Porter (1981–) American film and stage actress and singer
Natalie Portman (1981–) Israeli-born American film star (V for Vendetta)
Laura Prepon (1980–) American film/TV actress (That '70s Show)
Nathalie Press (1980–) English film actress (My Summer of Love)
Optimus Prime (1984-1986, 1986-) Autobot leader (Transformers)
Daniel Radcliffe (1989–) English actor (Harry Potter)
Nikki Reed (1988–) American film actress/screenwriter (Thirteen)
Seth Rogen (1982–) Canadian actor
Daphne Rosen (1982–) adult film actress and adult movie producer
Emmy Rossum (1986–) American actress (The Phantom of the Opera)
Sirak M. Sabahat (1981–) Ethiopian-born Israeli actor
Lara Sacher (1986–) Australian television actress (Neighbours)
Jason Schwartzman (1980–) American film actor (Marie Antoinette)
Jason Segel (1980–) American film/TV actor
Jamie-Lynn Sigler (1981–) American television actress (The Sopranos)
Gregory Smith (1983–) Canadian/American film/TV actor (Everwood)
Marla Sokoloff (1980–) American film/television actress (Big Day)
Shoshannah Stern (1980–) American television actress
Margo Stilley (1983–) American film actress (9 Songs)
Joss Stone (1987–) British singer and actress
Lauren Storm (1987–) American television actress (Flight 29 Down)
Kyle Switzer (1985–) Canadian television actor (15/Love)
Alona Tal (1983 - ) Israeli-born actress
Khleo Thomas (1989–) American film actor (Holes)
Ashley Tisdale (1985–) American actress and singer (High School Musical)
Michelle Trachtenberg (1985–) American film/television actress (EuroTrip)
Joesph Trohman (1984–) American musician (Fall Out Boy)
Raviv (Ricky) Ullman (1986–) Israeli-born American actor, teen idol (Phil of the Future)
Anneliese van der Pol (1984 - ) Dutch/American actress
Mara Wilson (1987–) American film actress (Matilda)
Evan Rachel Wood (1987–) American film actress (Thirteen, The Upside of Anger)
Mario Yedidia (1984–) American former child actor (Warriors of Virtue)
Anton Yelchin (1989–) Russian-born American film/television actor
Joey Zimmerman (1986–) American film/TV actor (Halloweentown)[111]


Shiri Appleby (1978–) American film/television actress (Roswell)
David Arquette (1971–) American film actor
Mili Avital (1972–) Israeli-born actress
Elizabeth Banks (1974–) American film actress (Invincible)
Sacha Baron Cohen (1971–) English comedian/actor (Ali G, Borat)
Justin Bartha (1978–) American film actor (Gigli, National Treasure)
Dani Behr (1971–) English television presenter, actress and singer
Amber Benson (1977–) American actress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Elizabeth Berkley (1972–) American television, film, and stage actress
Mayim Bialik (1975–) American actress (Blossom)
Lani Billard (1979–) Canadian actress (Ready or Not)
Claudia Black (1972–) Australian actress
Michael Ian Black (1971–) American actor, comedian and comedy writer
Selma Blair (1972–) American film actress (Cruel Intentions)
Alex Borstein (1971–) American actress, writer and comedian
Caprice Bourret (1971–) American/English fashion model and actress, often known by her first name
Zach Braff (1975–) American television and film actor, director, screenwriter, and producer (Scrubs, Garden State)
Tamara Braun (1971–) American soap opera actress
Adam Brody (1979–) American actor (The O.C.)
Adrien Brody (1973–) Academy Award-winning American film actor (The Pianist)
Sarah Brown (1975–) American actress
Brooke Burke (1971–) American television personality and model
Scott Caan (1976–) American film actor, son of James Caan
James Callis (1971–) English film/television actor (Battlestar Galactica)
Neve Campbell (1973–) Canadian film/television actress (Party of Five)
Josh Charles (1971–) American stage, film and television actor
David Charvet (1972–) French-born actor/singer (Baywatch)
Emmanuelle Chriqui (1977–) Canadian actress
Jennifer Connelly (1970–) Academy Award-winning film American actress
Erin Daniels (1973–) American actress
Dustin Diamond (1977–) American actor (Saved by the Bell)
Meital Dohan (1976–) Israeli actress (Weeds)
Oded Fehr (1970–) Israeli/American actor (The Mummy)
Corey Feldman (1971–) American film actor, 1980s teen idol
Isla Fisher (1976–) Australian actress, model and author
James Franco (1978–) American film actor (James Dean, Spider-Man)
Soleil Moon Frye (1976–) American actress and director (Punky Brewster)
Charlotte Gainsbourg (1971–) French actress
Sarah Michelle Gellar (1977–) American actress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Sara Gilbert (1975–) American actress (Roseanne)
Jessalyn Gilsig (1971–) Canadian actress
Elon Gold (1970–) American comedian, television actor, writer and producer
Adam Goldberg (1970–) American film actor
Ginnifer Goodwin (1978 - ) American film/television actress (Big Love)
Seth Green (1974–) American actor and television producer
Bryan Greenberg (1978–) American film/television actor (Prime)
Maggie Gyllenhaal (1977–) Golden Globe-nominated American actress
Corey Haim (1971 - ) Canadian actor
Chelsea Handler (1975–) American actress/comedian
Alyson Hannigan (1974–) American actress ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Date Movie)
Danielle Harris (1977 - ) American actress
Samantha Harris (1973 - ) American actress and TV presenter
Cole Hauser (1975–) American film actor
Kate Hudson (1979–) American film actress (Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days)
Oliver Hudson (1976–) American film/television actor
Rashida Jones (1976–) American actress, writer, model, and musician (The Office)
Jordan (Katie Price) (1978–) British model/actress
Chris Kattan (1970–) American comedian (Saturday Night Live)
Mia Kirshner (1976–) Canadian film/television actress
Alla Korot (1970–) Ukrainian-born American actress
Lisa Kushell (1971–) American comedic actress (MADtv, co-host of Dinner and a Movie)
David Krumholtz (1978–) American actor (NUMB3RS)
Adam Levine (1979–) American musician(Maroon 5)
Jenny Lewis (1976–) American musician and former child actress
Matt Lucas (1974–) English comedy actor
Michael Lucas (1972–) Russian-born porn star
Jamie Luner (1971–) American actress (Melrose Place)
Natasha Lyonne (1979–) American film/television actress (American Pie)
Gabriel Macht (1972–) American film actor
Idina Menzel (1971–) American actress, singer and songwriter
Seth Meyers (1973–) American actor and comedian (Saturday Night Live)
Tracy-Ann Oberman (1970–) English television actress (Eastenders)
Gwyneth Paltrow (1972–) Academy Award-winning American actress and singer
Adam Pascal (1970–) American actor (Rent)
Amanda Peet (1972–) American film actress
Joaquin Phoenix (1974–) Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning American film actor (Walk the Line)
Rain Phoenix (1973–) American actress/musician
River Phoenix (1970–1993) Academy Award-nominated American film actor
Summer Phoenix (1978–) American actress and model
Pink (1979–) Grammy Award-winning American singer and actress
Josh Radnor (1976–) American actor (How I Met Your Mother)
Leah Remini (1970–) American actress (The King of Queens)
Simon Rex (1974–) American actor and model
Michael Rosenbaum (1972–) American film and television actor (Smallvile)
Tracee Ellis Ross (1972–) American actress, daughter of singer Diana Ross
Eli Roth (1972–) American film actor, director, producer and writer
Maya Rudolph (1972–) American actress/comedian, cast member of Saturday Night Live
Keri Russell (1976–) Golden Globe Award-winning American actress and dancer (Felicity, The Upside of Anger)
Winona Ryder (1971–) Academy Award-nominated American film actress
John Safran (1972- ) Australian comedian/filmmaker
Sarah Saltzberg (1976-) American Broadway theater actress
Fred Savage (1976–) American actor and television director
Miriam Shor (1971–) American film/television actress (Big Day)
Sarah Silverman (1970–) American stand-up comedian, actress, and writer
Alicia Silverstone (1976–) American actress and former fashion model (Clueless, Batman and Robin)
Ione Skye (1971–) English-born American actress
Lindsay Sloane (1977–) American actress
Bahar Soomekh (1975–) Iranian-born American actress (Crash)
Tori Spelling (1973–) American actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
Jordana Spiro (1977–) American television actress (My Boys)
Rachel Stevens (1978–) English singer and occasional actress/model
Matt Stone (1971–) American animator, film director, screenwriter, actor and voice actor (South Park)
Danny Strong (1974–) American film/television actor
Mageina Tovah (1979 - ) American actress
Kevin Weisman (1970–) American film/television actor
Rachel Weisz (1971–) Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning, BAFTA-nominated English actress
Jennifer Westfeldt (1971–) American actress and writer (Kissing Jessica Stein)
Marissa Jaret Winokur (1973–) American film, television and stage actress (Hairspray stage version)
Noah Wyle (1971–) American film/television actor
Nikki Ziering (1971–) American model and actress
Ethan Zohn (1973–) Survivor: Africa winner and actor
Arianne Zuker (1974–) American soap opera actress


Paula Abdul (1962–) American actress, dancer, choreographer, singer, and television personality
Ronni Ancona (1968–) Scottish impressionist/actress
Patricia Arquette (1968–) Golden Globe-nominated American actress
Hank Azaria (1964–) Emmy Award-winning American actor
David Baddiel (1964–) English comedian, actor, novelist and television presenter
David Alan Basche (1968–) American actor
Randall Batinkoff (1968–) American film/television actor (For Keeps?)
Mary Kay Bergman (1961–1999) American voice actress (South Park)
Troy Beyer (1964–) American film director, screenwriter and actress
Craig Bierko (1964–) American film/television actor (Cinderella Man)
Jack Black (1969–) American film actor and musician
Yasmine Bleeth (1968–) American television/film actress (Baywatch)
Lisa Bonet (1967–) American film/television actress (The Cosby Show)
Helena Bonham Carter (1966–) Academy-Award nominated English film/television actress
Matthew Broderick (1962–) American film and stage actor (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Producers)
Gabrielle Carteris (1961–) American actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
Phoebe Cates (1963–) American film actress (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)
Scott Cohen (1964–) American film/television actor
Mindy Cohn (1966–) American television actress (The Facts of Life)
David Cross (1964–) American actor/comedian
Dean Devlin (1962–) former actor, now producer and screenwriter
Don Diamont (1961–) American soap opera actor (The Young and the Restless)
Robert Downey Jr. (1965–) Academy Award-nominated American actor and musician (Iron Man)
Rachel Dratch (1966–) American comedienne (Saturday Night Live)
David Duchovny (1960–) Golden Globe Award-winning American television and film actor (The X-Files)
Lisa Edelstein (1967–) American actress (House)
Jon Favreau (1966–) American actor/director
Vanessa Feltz (1962–) English television personality and actress
Dan Futterman (1967–) American actor and an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter
Jeff Garlin (1962–) American comic actor (Curb Your Enthusiasm)
Brad Garrett (1960–) three-time Emmy Award-winning American actor and comedian
Gina Gershon (1962–) American film actress
Jami Gertz (1965–) American film/television actress
Melissa Gilbert (1964–) American former child actress, served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild
Judy Gold (1962–) American stand-up comedian and actress
Bill Goldberg (1966-) Currently inactive wrestler that wrestled for both World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and American film/television actor
Jennifer Grey (1960–) American actress (Dirty Dancing)
Arye Gross (1960–) American film/television actor
Greg Grunberg (1966–) American film/television actor (Heroes)
Annabelle Gurwitch (1961–) American comedic actress, hostess of TBS's Dinner and a Movie
Daryl Hannah (1960–) American film actress (Splash)
Jessica Hecht (1965–) American film/stage actress
Monica Horan (1963–) American television actress (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Helen Hunt (1963–) Emmy, Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning American actress
Jason Isaacs (1963–) English film actor
Sean Kanan (1966–) American soap opera actor (General Hospital)
Mathieu Kassovitz (1967–) French actor, director, screenwriter, considered one of contemporary France's top young film talents
Paul Kaye (1965–) English comedian and writer
Heather Paige Kent (1969–) American television actress
Marc Kudisch (1966–) American stage actor
Lisa Kudrow (1963–) Emmy Award and SAG-winning American actress (Friends)
Juliet Landau (1965–) American actress, daughter of Martin Landau and Barbara Bain
John Lehr (1967–) American actor/comedian (10 Items or Less)
Jennifer Jason Leigh (1962–) Hollywood film actress
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (1961–) Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG Award-winning American actress (Seinfeld)
Courtney Love (1964–) rock musician and Golden Globe-nominated actress, known as lead singer for the now-defunct alternative rock band Hole
Joshua Malina (1966–) American film and stage actor
Camryn Manheim (1961–) American actress (The Practice)
Cindy Margolis (1965–) American actress/model, included in 2000 Guinness Book of World Records as a result of being the "most downloaded" person in 1999
Julianna Margulies (1966–) American film/television actress (ER)
Marlee Matlin (1965–) Academy Award-winning American actress (Children of a Lesser God)
Debra Messing (1968–) Emmy Award-winning American actress (Will & Grace)
Dina Meyer (1968–) American film/television actress (Saw films)
Ari Meyers (1969–) American actress (Kate & Allie)
Maia Morgenstern (1962–) Romanian film and stage actress (The Passion of the Christ)
Rob Morrow (1962–) American actor (Northern Exposure, Numb3rs)
Sophie Okonedo (1969–) Academy Award-nominated English actress (Hotel Rwanda)
Sarah Jessica Parker (1965–) Golden Globe, Emmy-winning American actress
Sean Penn (1960–) Academy Award-winning American film actor
Jeremy Piven (1965–) American actor (Entourage)
Rain Pryor (1969–) American actress and comedian, daughter of Richard Pryor
Ted Raimi (1965–) American actor, brother of Spider-Man director Sam Raimi
Paul Rudd (1969–) American actor
Adam Sandler (1966–) American actor, comedian, producer, and musician
Rob Schneider (1963–) American actor, comedian, and screenwriter
Bitty Schram (1968–) Golden Globe-nominated American actress
Liev Schreiber (1967–) Tony Award-winning American actor
David Schwimmer (1966–) Emmy-nominated American actor and director (Friends)
Sam Seder (1966–) actor, comedian, writer, producer, director
Kyra Sedgwick (1965–) Emmy-nominated American actress
Ally Sheedy (1962–) American screen and stage actress ("Brat Pack" films The Breakfast Club and St. Elmo's Fire)
Pauly Shore (1968–) American actor and comedian
Jonathan Silverman (1966–) American film/television actor
Helen Slater (1963–) American film actress and singer-songwriter
Georgia Slowe (1966–) English actress
Rena Sofer (1968–) American actress
Jon Stewart (1962–) American comedian, actor, author, producer, host of The Daily Show
Ben Stiller (1965–) American comedian, actor, and film director
Michael Vartan (1968–) French-born American film/television actor (Monster-in-Law)
Steven Weber (1961–) American film/television actor ("Wings")
Scott Wolf (1968–) American actor (Party of Five)
Ian Ziering (1964–) American actor (Beverly Hills 90210)
Rhoda Griffis
Caprice Benedetti


Caroline Aaron (1957–) American actress and producer
Jason Alexander (1959–) American actor (Seinfeld)
Adam Arkin (1956–) American television, film, and stage actor
Tom Arnold (1959–) American actor and comedian
Rosanna Arquette (1959–) American actress, film director, and film producer
Ellen Barkin (1954–) American actress
Robby Benson (1956–) American actor, former teen idol
Sandra Bernhard (1955–) American actress and comedian
Mike Binder (1958–) American screenwriter, film director and actor
Jerry Butler (1959–) American pornographic actor, one of the most popular male performers in the 1980s
Kate Capshaw (1953–) American actress (Indiana Jones)
Katie Couric (1957–) American media personality, appeared in Shark Tale
Jamie Lee Curtis (1958–) Golden Globe-winning American film actress, successful writer of books for children
Daniel Day-Lewis (1957–) Academy Award-winning British-born actor
Fran Drescher (1957–) American film and television actress
Ben Elton (1959–) English comedian, actor and writer
Tovah Feldshuh (1952–) American actress, singer, and playwright
Harvey Fierstein (1954–) American actor, author, and singer
Carrie Fisher (1956–) American film actress, novelist (Star Wars)
Al Franken (1951–) American comedian, actor, author, screenwriter, political commentator and radio host
Stephen Fry (1957–) English comedian, author, actor and filmmaker
Mira Furlan (1955–) Croatian actress/singer
Kathie Lee Gifford (1953–) American singer, songwriter, and actress
Joanna Gleason (1950–) Canadian-born actress
Jeff Goldblum (1952–) Academy Award nominated American film actor
Henry Goodman (1950–) English theatre actor
Steve Guttenberg (1958–) American actor
Mary Hart (1950–) American former actress and television personality (Entertainment Tonight)
Nina Hartley (1959–) American adult film actress
Amy Irving (1953–) American actress
Ron Jeremy (1953–) American adult film actor
Toni Kalem (1956–) American film, television actress, screenwriter and director
Carol Kane (1952–) Academy Award-nominated American actress
Julie Kavner (1950–) American film/television actress (voice of Marge on the The Simpsons)
Richard Kind (1956–) American actor
John Landis (1950–) American actor, director, writer, and producer
Carol Leifer (1956–) American comedienne and actress
Dani Levy (1957–) Swiss/German filmmaker, theatrical director, actor
Jon Lovitz (1957–) American actor and comedian
Joan Lunden (1950–) American broadcaster (Good Morning America), has also acted
Howie Mandel (1955–) Canadian comedian and actor
Melanie Mayron (1952–) American actress and director (Thirtysomething)
Kay Mellor (1950–) English actress, scriptwriter and director
Larry Miller (1953–) American stand-up comedian, actor
Rick Moranis (1953–) Canadian comic actor
Don Most (1953–) American actor (Happy Days)
Bebe Neuwirth (1958–) Tony Award-winning American theater, television, and film actress
Laraine Newman (1952–) American comedienne and actress
Ken Olin (1954–) American actor, director and producer
Mandy Patinkin (1952–) American actor of stage and screen
Lorna Patterson (1956–) American film, stage and television actress
Scott Patterson (1958–) American actor (Gilmore Girls)
David Paymer (1954–) American character actor
Ron Perlman (1950–) film/television actor (Hellboy)
Kevin Pollak (1957–) American actor, impressionist and comedian
Paul Reiser (1957–) American actor, author and stand-up comedian (Mad About You)
Tanya Roberts (1954–) American actress (Charlie's Angels)
Roseanne Barr (1952–) American actress, writer, talk-show host and comedienne
Alan Rosenberg (1950–) American actor, 24th president of the Screen Actors Guild
Katey Sagal (1954–) American actress, singer, and writer (Married... with Children)
Bob Saget (1956–) American actor, stand-up comedian and game show host
Herschel Savage (1955–) American pornographic actor and porn movie director
Richard Schiff (1955–) American actor (The West Wing)
Steven Seagal (1951–) American action movie actor, producer, writer, director and singer
Jerry Seinfeld (1954–) Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning American comedian, actor, and writer
Jane Seymour (1951 - ) English-born film/television actress
Wendie Jo Sperber (1958–2005) American television/movie actress
Annie Sprinkle (1954–) American prostitute, stripper, porn film star, cable television host, porn magazine editor/writer, and sex film producer
Howard Stern (1954–) American radio and TV personality, media mogul, humorist, actor and author
Stephen Tobolowsky (1951–) American actor
Robert Trebor (1953–) American actor (Hercules, Xena)
Debra Winger (1955–) Academy Award–nominated American actress
Mare Winningham (1959–) American film and television actress


Bob Balaban (1945–) American actor and director
Richard Belzer (1944–) American stand up comedian, writer and actor
Albert Brooks (1947–) Academy Award-nominated American actor, writer, comedian and director
James Caan (1940–) Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated American film, stage and television actor
Nell Carter (1948–2003) Tony Award-winning American singer and film, stage, and television actress
Peter Coyote (1941–) American actor and author
Billy Crystal (1947–) American actor, writer, producer, comedian and film director
Larry David (1947–) Emmy-winning American actor, writer, comedian, producer and film director
Michael Douglas (1944–) Academy Award-winning American actor and producer
Richard Dreyfuss (1947–) Academy Award-winning American actor
Bob Dylan (1941–) singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet, also appeared in several films
Richard Elfman (1949–) American film director, writer and actor
Harrison Ford (1942–) Academy Award-nominated American actor
Bonnie Franklin (1944–) American actress
Victor Garber (1949–) Emmy award nominated Canadian film, stage and television actor and singer
Paul Michael Glaser (1943–) American actor (Starsky & Hutch)
Scott Glenn (1941–) American actor
Christopher Guest (1948–) Lord Haden-Guest, American actor/director
Goldie Hawn (1945–) Academy Award-winning American film actress, director and producer
Dan Hedaya (1940–) American character actor
Barbara Hershey (1948–) American actress, known for her many film roles
Xaviera Hollander (1943–) Indonesia-born call girl, madam and actress
Madeline Kahn (1942–1999) Academy Award-nominated American actress of film, television, and theater
Gabe Kaplan (1945–) American actor, comedian, and professional poker player
Andy Kaufman (1949–1984) American entertainer
Judy Kaye (1948–) Tony-award-winning American singer and actress
Lainie Kazan (1940–) American actress and singer
Robert Klein (1942–) American stand-up comedian and occasional actor
Kevin Kline (1947–) Academy Award and Tony Award-winning American stage and film actor
Richard Kline (1944–) American actor and television director
Sherry Lansing (1944–) American former CEO of Paramount Studios and actress
Michael Lembeck (1948–) American actor and director
Eugene Levy (1946–) Canadian actor, director, producer and writer
Richard Lewis (1947–) American comedian and actor
Maureen Lipman (1946–) English film, television & theatre actress
Peggy Lipton (1947–) American television actress and socialite (The Mod Squad)
Stephen Macht (1942–) American actor
Miriam Margolyes (1941–) English character actress
Richard Masur (1948–) American actor
Bette Midler (1945–) American singer, actress, and comedian, also known as The Divine Miss M
Olivia Newton-John (1948–) English-born Australian pop singer and actress
Frank Oz (1944–) English-born American film director, actor and puppeteer
David Proval (1942–) American actor (The Sopranos)
Gilda Radner (1946–1989) American comedian and actress (Saturday Night Live)
Harold Ramis (1944–) American actor, director, and writer
Harry Reems (1947–) American theater and adult film actor
Rob Reiner (1947–) American actor, director, producer, writer and anti-tobacco activist; son of Carl Reiner
Peter Riegert (1947–) American film/television actor
Garry Shandling (1949–) American comedian and actor
Wallace Shawn (1943–) American actor and writer
Harry Shearer (1943–) American comedic actor and writer
Sir Antony Sher (1949–) South African actor
Brent Spiner (1949–) American actor (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
Ben Stein (1944–) American lawyer, economist, law professor, actor, comedian, and former White House speechwriter
Barbra Streisand (1942–) two-time Academy Award-winning American singer, theatre and film actress, composer, film producer and director
Jeffrey Tambor (1944–) American film/television actor (Hellboy, Arrested Development)
Jessica Walter (1941–) American film/television actress (Arrested Development)
Zoë Wanamaker (1949–) American-born English actress
Lesley Ann Warren (1946–) Academy Award-nominated American stage, film and television actress
Anson Williams (1949–) American actor (Happy Days)
Henry Winkler (1945–) American actor, director, producer and author (Happy Days)


Anouk Aimée (1932–) French film actress
Woody Allen (1935–) Academy Award-winning American film director, writer, actor, and comedian
Alan Arkin (1934–) Academy Award-winning American film actor, director
Barbara Barrie (1931–) American actress and author of children's books
Richard Benjamin (1938–) American actor/film director
Steven Berkoff (1937–) English actor, writer and director
Claire Bloom (1931–) English film and stage actress
Bernard Bresslaw (1934–1993) English comedian and actor
Eleanor Bron (1938–) English actress
Dyan Cannon (1937–) three-time Academy Award-nominated American film and television actress, editor, producer and director
Eddie Carmel (1936–1972) entertainer known as "The Jewish Giant"
Joan Collins (1933–) English actress and bestselling author
Jerry Douglas (1932–) American television actress (The Young and the Restless)
Marty Feldman (1934–1982) English writer, comedian and film and television actor
Fenella Fielding (c. 1930–) English actress
Elliott Gould (1938–) Academy Award-nominated American film/television actor
Charles Grodin (1935–) American actor and former cable talk show host
Estelle Harris (1932–) American actress (Seinfeld)
Judd Hirsch (1935–) American actor (Taxi, NUMB3RS)
Dustin Hoffman (1937–) two-time Oscar winning American actor
Tony Jay (1933–2006) English/American actor
Harvey Keitel (1939–) Academy Award-nominated American actor
Walter Koenig (1936–) American actor, writer, teacher and director (Star Trek)
Yaphet Kotto (1937–) American actor, son of Cameroonian Crown Prince
Michael Landon (1936–1991) actor, producer and director who starred in three popular NBC TV series that spanned three decades
Louise Lasser (1939–) American stage/film/television actress (Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman)
Piper Laurie (1932–) American actress
Linda Lavin (1937–) Tony Award and Golden Globe Award-winning stage, film and television actress
Shari Lewis (1933–1998) American ventriloquist, puppeteer, and children's television show host, popular during the 1960s
Hal Linden (1931–) American actor and television director
Tina Louise (1934–) American model, singer, and film and television actress
Jackie Mason (1931–) American stand-up comedian/actor
Paul Mazursky (1930–) American film director and actor
Shelley Morrison (1936–) American actress
Nadira (1932–2006) Indian Bollywood actress
Barry Newman (1931–) American actor
Anthony Newley (1931–1999) English actor, singer & songwriter
Leonard Nimoy (1931–) American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer
Ron Rifkin (1939–) American actor, director
Joan Rivers (1933–) American comedienne, actress, talk show host, and celebrity
Andrew Sachs (1930–) German-born English actor
George Segal (1934–) American film and stage actor
William Shatner (1931–) Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning Canadian actor
Janet Suzman (1939–) South African actress and director
Dame Elizabeth Taylor (1932–) Oscar-winning English/American film actress & sex symbol
Chaim Topol (1935–) one of the most famous Israeli theatrical and film performers
Gene Wilder (1933–) American actor and comedian
Mike & Bernie Winters (1930–, 1932–1991) double act of English comedians


Ed Ames (1927–) American singer and actor
Beatrice Arthur (1925-) American actress
Ed Asner (1929–) American actor
Lauren Bacall (1924–) Golden Globe and Tony Award winning, as well as Academy Award-nominated, American film and stage actress
Alfie Bass (1921–1987) English character actor
Julian Beck (1925–1985) American actor, director, poet, and painter
Shelley Berman (1926–) American comedian, writer, teacher, and actor
Herschel Bernardi (1923–1986) American film, Broadway and television actor
Theodore Bikel (1924–) character actor, folk singer and musician
Larry Blyden (1925–1975) American actor
Lloyd Bochner (1924–2005) Canadian film and television actor
Tom Bosley (1927–) American film/television actor (Happy Days)
Abe Vigoda (1921–) American film/television actor (The Godfather)
Mel Brooks (1926–) Academy Award-winning American actor, writer, director and producer
Lenny Bruce (1925–1966) American actor, stand-up comedian, writer, social critic and satirist
Susan Cabot (1927–1986) American actress
Sid Caesar (1922–) American comic actor and writer
Robert Clary (1926–) French-born American actor, published author, and lecturer
Tony Curtis (1925–) American film star
Rodney Dangerfield (1921–2004) American comedian and actor
Sammy Davis, Jr. (1925–1990) American entertainer, member of the "Rat Pack"
Peter Falk (1927–) American actor
Leonard Fenton (1926–) English actor (Eastenders)
Fyvush Finkel (1923–) American actor
Lee Grant (1927–) Academy Award-winning American theater, film and television actress, and film director
Buddy Hackett (1924–2003) American comedian and actor
Monty Hall (1921–) Canadian-born actor, singer and sportscaster (Let's Make a Deal)
Laurence Harvey (1928–1973) Lithuanian-born actor, achieved fame in British and American films
Steven Hill (1922–) American film and television actor
Judy Holliday (1921–1965) Academy Award-winning American actress, singer
Miriam Karlin (1925–) English actress (The Rag Trade)
Alan King (1927–2004) American comedian and actor
Werner Klemperer (1920–2000) Emmy Award-winning comedic actor
Harvey Korman (1927–) American actor
Jerry Lewis (1926–) American comedian, actor, film producer, writer and director known for his slapstick humor and his charity fund-raising telethons
Bill Macy (1922–) American actor
Walter Matthau (1920–2000) Academy Award-winning American actor
Anne Meara (1929–) American comedienne and actress, partner and wife of Jerry Stiller
Warren Mitchell (1926–) English/Australian actor
Yvonne Mitchell (1925–1979) English stage, television and film actress
Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962) American actress, singer and model
Ron Moody (1924–) English film actor (Oliver!)
Vic Morrow (1929–1982) American actor
Paul Newman (1925–) Academy Award-winning American actor and film director, founder of Newman's Own
Tony Randall (1920–2004) American comic actor
Carl Reiner (1922–) American actor, film director, producer, writer and comedian
Regina Resnik (1922–) American opera singer and actress
Don Rickles (1926–) American comedian, film actor, and voice actor
Doris Roberts (1929–) Emmy Award-winning American actress
Peter Sellers (1925–1980) English comedian, actor, and performer
Rod Serling (1924–1975) American screenwriter and actor (The Twilight Zone)
Simone Signoret (1921–1985) Academy Award-winning French actress
Jerry Stiller (1927–) American comedian and actor
Mel Tormé (1925– 1999) American actor and singer, known as one of the great male jazz singers
Jack Warden (1920–2006) Emmy Award-winning, Oscar-nominated American actor
Shelley Winters (1920–2006) two-time Academy Award-winning American actress


Mason Adams (1919–2005) American character actor
Jean-Pierre Aumont (1911–2001) French-born actor
John Banner (1910–1973) Austrian/American actor
Mel Blanc (1908–1989) American voice actor, performing on radio, in television commercials, and most famously, in hundreds of cartoon shorts for Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera during the Golden Age of American animation
Red Buttons (1919–2006) Academy Award-winning American comedian and actor
Lee J. Cobb (1911–1976) Academy Award-nominated American film actor
Kirk Douglas (1916–) Hollywood film star (Spartacus)
John Garfield (1913–1952) American actor, 1940s film star
Paulette Goddard (1910–1999) Oscar-nominated American film and theatre actress
Lorne Greene (1915–1987) Canadian actor known for roles on American television
Kitty Carlisle Hart (1910–2007) American singer, actress, and spokeswoman for the arts
Sid James (1913–1976) English film and television actor
Danny Kaye (1913–1987) American film actor, singer and comedian
David Kossoff (1919–2005) British actor
Marc Lawrence (1910–2005) American character actor
Herbert Lom (1917–) international film actor
Zero Mostel (1915–1977) American stage and film actor
Jan Murray (1916–2006) American stand-up comedian, actor
Luise Rainer (1910–) two-time Academy Award-winning film actress
Lillian Roth (1910–1980) American singer and actress, noted performer on Broadway
Dinah Shore (1916–1994) American singer and actress
Sylvia Sidney (1910–1999) American film actress
Phil Silvers (1911–1985) American entertainer and comedy actor
Harold J. Stone (1913–2005) American film and television character actor
Mike Wallace (1918–) American journalist, briefly acted during the 1940s
Eli Wallach (1915–) American film, TV and stage actor
Sam Wanamaker (1919–1993) American actor and director
Keenan Wynn (1916–1986) American character actor
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 23.04.2008, 11:17:28

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The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 24.04.2008, 12:07:51

ТАМ ЕСМТЬ ВСЁ И ЕВРЕЙ СИОНИСТ ЖАБАТИНСКИЙ -сила еврейсва в расее -общее место
короче параллели очевидны между осгеноцидом и ЭТНИЧЕСКИМИ ЧИСТКАМИ-ГЕНАЦИДАМИ АРМЯН В ГРУЗИИ КСТАТИ в б у д у щ е м
у грузин ресурсов пока нету воевать на 3 4 5 фронтов

ЗА 5-10 МИНУТ!!!!!
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение adolf hitler » 19.06.2008, 10:42:35

нашёл ещё в интеренте про геноцид армян

Дуглас Рид в своем "Споре о сионе" одним из первых в Мире сказал, что уничтожение 1.500.000 армян "младотурками"
в 1915 году было на самом деле ни чем иным, как уничтожением христиан иудеями
в жертву кровавому еврейскому дьяволу йахве.
"В 1908 году в Турции произошла революция, отстранившая султана от власти.
Центр "младотурок" находился в Салониках, где проживала большая колония евреев,
принявших для вида мусульманство (как в Средние века их испанские единоверцы- "марраны"
для вида приняли христианство), но продолжавших исповедывать талмуд-тору.
Эти псевдомусульмане держали в своих руках значительную часть турецкой торговли
(их единственными конкурентами были армяне) и располагали многочисленной агентурой
во всех руководящих кругах турецкого государства, благодаря чему революция произошла
в кратчайший срок и без малейшего сопротивления.
В захвативших власть в Турции "комитетах единения и прогресса" руководящую роль играли
еврейские псевдомусульмане (джавид-бей, талаат-паша и др.).
С началом первой мировой войны комитет разработал план физического уничтожения
двухмиллионного христианского меньшинства в Турции-армян, и провел это уничтожение в массовом порядке в 1915 году.
Результатом было 1.500.000 вырезанных армян- мужчин, женщин, детей всех возрастов
и полмиллиона армянских беженцев во всем мире.
(Добавлю от себя, что если эта резня велась якобы во имя Аллаха, то единоверцы турецких евреев-оборотней,
псевдомусульман-дэнме, испанские марраны, проникая в Святую Инквизицию, уничтожали испанских мусульман
за несколько столетий до этого якобы во "имя Христа- И.э.).

Могут сказать, "Ну, Дуглас Рид законченный юдофоб!". Хорошо, посмотрим, что рассказывает об этом же
"электронная еврейская энциклопедия"(сокращенно "э.е.э"). в статье "Турция".
"Некоторые евреи (например бхор хасим бенмоше бежерано (около 1846-1931), с 1908 главный раввин города Эдирне,
активно участвовали в деятельности тайного комитета "единение и прогресс", выступавшего против
султанского самодержавия (sic!!!!!- И.э.). После того, как в июле 1908 года этот комитет
осуществил в Османской Империи государственный переворот (т.н. революция младотурок)
("т.н." не мои, а "э.е.э."- И.э.), великим визирем был назначен кямиль-паша (мехмет кыбрыслы, 1832-1915),
кипрский еврей, в юности принявший Ислам (ну, разумеется, искренне- И.э.), а лидер каракашкаров
(?-И.э., по "э.е.э.", одного из подотрядов турецкого еврейства, говоря зоологически- И.э.),
джавид-бей(1875-1926) стал министром финансов. Несколько (так скромненько говорит "э.е.э.-И.э.)
евреев, например эммануэль карассо, ниссим мацлиах, ниссим руссо (все из Салоник)
(это тоже примечание не мое, а "э.е.э.-И.э.), были избраны в парламент и обрели в Стамбуле известное влияние
(на этом основании антисемиты утверждают, будто события 1908 года явились результатом "еврейско-массонского заговора).

Кстати, про упомянутую мною Испанию, к тому времени уже начавшую капитулировать перед евреями, "э.е.э."
говорит в той же статье "Турция" следующее: "Вначале 1880-х годов в Стамбул прибыла группа российских евреев,
направлявшихся на постоянное жительство в Испанию, по приглашению правительства этой страны"
(и для подготовки взрывов церквей и расстрелов священников в 1936-1939 годах- И.э.).
Тему уничтожения армян "э.е.э." очень деликатно огибает, но говоря о положении евреев в послевоенной Турции,
тем не менее берет быка за рога :"Во второй половине 1920-х годов положение евреев в Турции начало улучшаться.
В оптовой торговле, в розничной торговле, в промышленности и банковском деле евреи заняли доминирующие позиции,
в известной мере благодаря тому, что их традиционные соперники в этих областях
греки и армяне- были большей частью уничтожены или изгнаны из страны".

Так что становится ясно, почему г.г. сионисты в упор не хотят признавать геноцид армянского народа.
Чует кошка чье сало съела.
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Re: The Rothschild and Jew constructed Armenian Genocide

Сообщение tit » 06.02.2009, 13:51:59

Я хочу обратить ваше внимане на то, что происходит в Турции. Это происходит в прямой зависимости с поготовкой Евреоналом агрессии против Ирана. У Евреонала проблемы с Турцией. К тому же Турки хотят под шумок отгрызть кусок Ирака; а Ирак Израиль весь хочет включить в состав великого Израиля - это же Вавилон - Ирак. Израильские коммандос вооружают и тренируют турецких курдов, чтобы не позволить туркам откусить часть Ирака. Так вот читаем, что происходит в этот уикенд в Стамбуле. "Как минимум 300 тыс турков, размахивающие красными национальными флагами (обратите внимание, что революция, которая ввела в Турции красный флаг с пятиконечной масоской звездой и масонским полумесяцем произошла в 1917 году) заполонили центральный Стамбул требовать отставки правительства Турции на основании того, что "исламские корни нынешнего турецкого правительства грозят разрушить "современный базис страны". До этого, 2 недели назад, 300 тыс человек приняли участие в аналогичной демонстрации в столице Турции Анкаре". ... onstration

Тут же сообщение: "В воскресенье больше миллиона турок принимали участие в демонстрации в поддержку светской демократии в беспрецендентном кризисе по поводу будущего президента" - Теперь перевожу с зазеркального языка. - В Турции на носу выборы президента. Конкурентов нынешнему министру иностранных дел Абдулле Гулу нет даже и близко. Выборы на носу. Евреоналу не удалось физически устранить Абдулу Гула. Турки уже эти штучки знают. Абдулу охраняет армия. Поэтому Евреонал выгнал на демонстрации всех турецких криптоевреев, чтобы предотвратить избрание "исламиста" Абдулы Гула президентом Турции. В случае Абдулы Гула-президента агрессия США и Израиля против Ирана вообще будет невозможна в течении его срока. А это опять годы, а если ещё повторый срок, то это 10-15 лет? Евреонал столько ждать не может. Значит надо организывать асассинацию президента, а это всегда очень и очень хлопотно. Значит надо всеми силами не допустить избрания. Конечно данные по демонстрантам сильно завышены, но вы может точно теперь сказать сколько в Стамбуле максимум агрессивных евреев и ярых приверженцев Израиля. Фактически в этот уикенд в Турции происходит попытка типичной оранжевой революциисиних людей. Как вы сами понимаете, Уотсон, это полностью противоречит понятию свободных быборов. Потому что даже если принять, что цифры демонстрантов не липовые и действительно миллион турецких кирптоевреев и криптоизраильтян вышло в воскресенье на улицы Стамбула, но, в Турции 72 миллиона человек. Таким образом 71 миллион реальных турок, не криптоевреев, хотят именно исламисткое патриотическое правительство, а светским прозападным правительством они, " с демократическими ценностями" как и люди в России и той же Украине - сыты по горло. Но Евреонал кидает большие деньги внутритурецкому Евреоналу и те, являясь оранизованной "пятой колонной" организовывают туркам небольшую оранжевую революцию. Еврейские СМИ мометально как радиоусилитель усиливают эту сионисткую демострацию "в стереодинамиках" и ставят это основной проблемой уикенда по всему миру. В результате и в Турции теперь угроза, что завтра Евреонал отдаст приказ к "народному возмущению и восстанию" типа Венгрии 1956, Чехословакии 1968 и т.п ит т.д список слишком длинен, чтобы перечислять. Да хоть последние украиновые или киргизовые выборы. Да что так далеко ходить! Год назад пришло к власти легально, посредством выборов, мусульманское народное правительство в Сомали. Сейчас уже интернациональной интервенцией масонских войск под руководством США, Израиля и Англии Сомали и столица Могадишу утоплены в крови. Все выборы во всех странах утверждаются Евреоналом только если проходят их кандидаты. На Украине, помните, вообще заставили перевыборы сделать. Чем, скажите, их еврей Янукович не устраивал? Кстати - год уже Евреонал "мочит" патриотическое правительство "Хамаса" Палестине. "Мочат" уже не Хамас, а всю Палестину и Ливан заодно. Израиль миллионы кластерных американских бомб высыпал на Ливан из-за этого прошлым летом. Всё из за того, что по выборам победила"неправильная" партия - не криптоеврейская, не криптоевреоналовая, не криптоизраильская. Вот так работает механизм западной еврейской демократии и еврейских выборов.


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