Turkish PM turns his racism to Armenians

The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has exposed his racial contempt for Armenians, a resident minority who were massacred by his country in the world’s first state genocide 99 years ago.

Here’s what Erdogan said: ‘I was called a Georgian. I apologize for this, but they even said [something] worse: They called me an Armenian.’

This man needs to be put into international isolation.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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  • I was in Yerevan in May and they are already preparing for the 100th anniversary of the Turkish genocide when over one million Armenians were massacred.

    President Hollande laid a beautiful wreath at the hill top memorial overlooking the city.

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