Thursday, January 19, 2006

Other people's crimes are heinous

Dedicated to devious diva and her (online) struggles.

I have finally found time to locate the link to an extremely important article on Orhan Pamuk, Turkish crimes and the British way of doing genocide (and then going on to hush about it).


Blogger deviousdiva said...

My dear loxias, I am honoured by the dedication although completely undeserved. What Orhan Pamuk does and many other people as well, is write in very dangerous countries and situations.
Great article. Scary as hell.
BTW I replied to your last comment at my place. I hope you are not permanently offended. I should have put a stronger warning perhaps. This is my struggle (although others have been involved) and I seriously needed to say something. See you around and keep up the good work. DD

19/1/06 20:23  
Blogger Loxias said...

I found the Stalin-style induced famine in India and the anti-Kikuyu methods plainly horrifying.

20/1/06 10:50  
Blogger The SeaWitch said...

This is what is so frightening about racism. The minute you believe someone else is inferior, then it's not a big step to view them as subhuman. And the atrocities begin. No nationality is exempt from past sins and no nationality is incapable of committing them again as long as racism is allowed to flourish.

21/1/06 21:23  

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