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Angering Turkey Useful

The lamestream media told you:
Correcting decades of negligence, the U.S. House wisely voted to recognize the Turkish slaughter of helpless Armenians starting in 1915 as a genocide, infuriating the Turkish government.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
Helpless in their attempts to cut off funding and strand American troops battling radical Islamist murderers and jihadis in Iraq, Democrats have crafted an extremely clever plan to outrage the Turkish government, and get them to refuse U.S. access to their land, sea and air bases. By some estimates, 70% of all U.S. support to Iraq goes through Turkey. Lamestream reports failed to mention this angle in covering the 90-year-old terminology debate.

In other news, a new study by Dave Kopel and co-authors has found that disarmament of the Armenians by the Turks lead to the massive slaughters, and those Armenians who retained arms were able to resist the attacks.

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