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War crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide did not end with WW II. Many are talking about a third world war, but it takes a brief look at the news to understand that war, poverty and misery are already widespread throughout most of the globe and affect the bigger part of humanity.

Mainstream media often refuses to cover many important stories that affect the life of whole populations. Instead they choose to focus on a couple of conflicts that are mediatized and where they are vigorously fighting to present the story in most profitable way. 

Social media is already shifting the power away from corporate and government controlled information, and giving it in the hands of ordinary people. Raising awareness about all the important and undercovered issues is already being part of their solution.

The Truth about the Armenian Genocide - Aghet (Documentary)


Aghet is an award-winning documentary made by German filmmaker Eric Friedler, which proves the truth of the genocide of the Armenian people. Using the actual words of 23 German, American and other nationals who witnessed the events, and armed with archival materials, Aghet expertly takes on the challenge that Prime Minister Erdogan hurled at the world by stating: "Prove it." Aghet incorporates never-before-seen footage and documents - making it one of the best researched and presented documentaries on the Armenian Genocide. More than just a historic retelling of the Genocide, the film also delves into the ongoing campaign of denial that the Turkish government has mounted since these events occurred in World War I.



  • civis rumanum sum

    Turks are sheep shit. They've too enslaved my actual country, humiliated, killed, raped, yet they're still admired as a "powerful civilisation". Those whorish prophet-worshipers, himself a whoreson. It seems they're still counting how many that or that country owe them, according to their geopolitcal situation: House of Peace, of War, or of Truce.

    civis rumanum sum Sunday, 12 January 2014 17:32 Comment Link
  • Paul

    An excellent documentary that clearly tells the story of the Armenian Genocide. When will Turkey, and I might add Germany as accomplice, own up and right a terrible wrong that was done to Armenians.

    Paul Sunday, 24 November 2013 23:52 Comment Link
  • gerard

    it's high time for justice. that means also, paying back billions of dollars with interest, giving stolen land back to it's rightful owners. giving back occupied land back to Armenia
    which includes our sacred mount Ararat, (eastern turkey is western Armenia). an apology from turks who do not know what the word means. last but not least having the international high court at the hague and arrest turkish deniers.

    gerard Thursday, 21 November 2013 21:53 Comment Link
  • Boyajian

    I would like to see Erdogan's proof that there was no genocide. If he is so sure, where is the evidence that refutes the evidence presented in Aghet and countless books, documents and eye-witness testimonies? Armenians shouldn't have to prove a genocide occurred when the sheer absence of indigenous Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians in their historic homeland of Asia Minor says it all. Where did all the people go? If they left because it "was a war" why didn't they come back when the war ended? The audacity of Turkey's denial and other nations' collusion in the denial is mind-boggling.

    Boyajian Saturday, 16 November 2013 19:55 Comment Link
  • Eileen Huggins

    Thank you for sharing this. There are so many people who do not know about the Armenian Genocide or deny it, calling it "part of war."

    Eileen Huggins Saturday, 02 November 2013 16:25 Comment Link
  • Robert Davidian

    Aghet is an excellent, powerful and verifiable-fact-based documentary.

    Robert Davidian Saturday, 02 November 2013 03:47 Comment Link

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