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Greekcitytimes Sep 14
On September 14, Greeks worldwide commemorate Greek Genocide. Today we remember the Greeks of Asia Minor who were murdered by the governments of the Young Turks and Mustafa Kemal Pasha.
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Βουκεφαλος | Bucephalus Sep 12
13 September 1922, the Great Fire of Smyrna; the Turkish army led by Kemal Ataturk burned the port city of Smyrna, forced thousands of Greeks & Armenians fleeing their homes in search for safety, & many thousands were killed by the raging fires.
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AleidaNewtonGuevara Sep 14
Wtf, we are all complicit in this disgusting regime with aim of systemic
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Nationalist Party of America 23h
The Nationalist Party of America would like to remind you that when the Native Americans allowed uncontrolled mass migration, their culture was destroyed and their people genocided. Unless we build a wall, the same CAN happen to us.
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Andrew Kolostomy Bag 12h
CPPs !! Tell the Old Fart's sycophants what Govt control of HC has meant to US, and what's in store FOR THEM under "M4A" - .... THAT ought to get some attention !!! The most absurd Medical Bill we get is THE LAST ONE from Pain Mngmnt after they abandon us !!
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Auschwitz Memorial Sep 8
The most moving & personal part of our international educational conference was a panel with four survivors: Marian Turski () Marin R. Yann () Mevludin Rahmanovic () Aline Umugwaneza () Read their stories:
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Heathrow Pause Sep 12
We won't be silenced . We are ordinary citizens desperately worried about our children's future. The criminal actions of our government in supporting expansion after declaring a climate emergency is will result in for true democracy
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Secretary Chris Anu 16h
This is what we are talking about. The UN must revisit 1961. We don't have a shared history with LRC, reason for the ongoing .The brakes must be slammed on France/LRC assimilation & occupation of S.Cameroons
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Heathrow Pause Sep 14
Roger Hallam leaving prison . He will be bravely flying a drone at mid-day inside the Heathrow exclusion zone . Be on the right side of history . Be someone your ancestors can be proud of .
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Jessi Arabou Sep 13
The of 1915 in the Ottoman Empire and the Simele massacre of 1933 have been recognized by the State of California recently. The decision was made unanimously, with both Democratic and Republican assembly members behind the resolution. 
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Annar Follesø 4h
Replying to @MishalKanoo
Nobody got killed, right? Unlike what happens, on a daily basis, when Saudi Arabia bombs and starves the civilian population of Yemen.
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Dorange Sep 12
Replying to @BohHerbert
Happenings on the ground will tell him if he is victorious as he thinks not his declaration. Is not active even after his damn speech? We won't be deceived or nothing
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Heathrow Pause Sep 13
Thank you to our brave pilots . There are more of us ready to. take their place . We will not stand by and allow this planet killing monstrosity to expand.
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Joe Schmo Sep 8
Give your vote to if you're pro
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Moody Flower 8h
Happy 4th Anniversary Undertale <3
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dw3/☧Ⓐ🕊️ Sep 13
first ep 1488, now ep 1492, is endorsing with his podcast
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Penn Terence Khan Sep 5
The whole world now is crying , and I keep wondering whether they have been deaf,blind or dumb to the attacks in where the has been on ethnic cleansing since 2016. What hypocrisy!!
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ANCA 13h
Mississippi - the - is positioned to be the 50th US state to recognize the .
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Thank you for volunteering at your food shelf! 20h
Replying to @IlhanMN
If you stood by them you would not promote genital mutilation disguised as gender confusion for the sake of sterilization. So... yeah... from MISSION ABORT. is evil and not humane.
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Βουκεφαλος | Bucephalus Sep 14
14 September: A day of commemoration for the Greeks of Anatolia who were victims of Genocide by the Ottoman Empire. The fight for recognition continues. May their memory be eternal. (1914-1923)
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