posted on Jun, 19 2016 @ 09:59 AM
LMAO! You guys are funny.
My Armenian Grandfather was born in Turkey at the base of mount Ararat in 1900. His moms uncle who was also Armenian, went to work in a bank, even
though he had no college education. In the bank, he discovered some type of corruption, and took action to correct it. This caught the Turkish
Mullah's eye. The Mullah made his uncle minister of finance for all of Turkey, and also put him in charge of the Mullah's personal finances.
Probably around 1905-1907 the Muslim Turk soldiers disguised themselves as Kurds, and snuck into our city. They burned down the college (That taught
math, history, chemistry etc.), and then burned down the church and murdered the Missionaries. My great Grandmother went to a church tent meeting, and
they were doing prophecy. They were told of a comming holocaust, and instructed to leave the country. She went home and told her husband, and he
agreed to go prepare a place in America. He went to Phillidelpha and became a steel worker ( he had been a coppersmith in Turkey), and began sending
gold coins back to his wife. Women in Turkey were not allowed to own or sell land, so when the time came to sell our farm, his moms uncle( Minister of
Finance) sold it for us in 1910. My great Grandmother took her two little boys (7 and 10) and walked across the continent and got on a ship in the
greek seaport at Cypress. We changed our name, because the American steel workers couldnt pronounce our real name.
Hitler reportedly looked up to Turkey. He saw that the Armenian Holocaust went well, and reportedly, that is why he did the same to the Jews. The
Turks murdered 1.5 million of our people. The Minister of Finance was not murdered, but was killed in a horseback accident. Both my father (89) and my
younger sister have recently done a DNA test and are awaiting results. I guess we will find out pretty soon