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Armenian Genocide – Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide

Armenian Genocide – Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide

Betrayal of Souls and Denial of the Genocide Gregg Rickman Cutting Edge human rights analyst   Ottoman soldiers and mass hangings of Armenians Credit: James Nazer (Photo @cutting edge)   In the book The Guilt of Nations, Elazar Barkan wrote, “For a ‘new’ history to become more than a partisan ‘extremist’ story, the narrative often has to persuade not only […]

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A Thesis on FYROMian Denial Syndrom

Sent by our reader Saertna: Dr. Hilary Knatz, states that “Denial, is a way of coping with unpleasant realities”. Denial, in the psychological/psychiatric vernacular, is a defensive strategy to minimize anxiety. It is defined and conceptualized in a number of ways. In classical Freudian terms, denial is a defense mechanism invoked by a person when there is a danger that […]

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