Tuesday, February 27, 2007


26.02.2007 17:00 GMT+04:00

100 American leading entrepreneurs including Bill Gates and Warren Buffett addressed a letter to President Bush calling on him not to recognize the Armenian Genocide. The letter says, in part, that recognition of the Armenian Genocide may turn out a calamity for the United States and trade relations with Turkey will be damaged badly. Besides, the authors of the letter are convinced that the Genocide recognition will hamper reconciliation between Turkey and Armenia, Turkish media reports.

The Armenian Genocide resolution was introduced in the U.S. Congress in January 2007. Its adoption is quite real due to democratic majority. It's worth mentioning that if passed by the Congress, the resolution cannot be vetoed by the President.


Wow, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett? Could this be for real?

Yes, there will be damage to U.S. and Turkey relations. So these leading "entrepreneurs" instead of going after justice for all, as America claims in their pledge, think more about their pockets and good relations a big-time human-rights offender, Turkey.

If Bill and Warren really signed the letter to Bush, all I can tell them and the other 98 leading "entrepreneurs" is I feel sorry for you and your backwards way of thinking. You are no longer living in the days of public blindness. We now have the internet and see what is really going on.

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