Reflections on the Armenian Genocide
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I don't -- you mean do I feel bitter for the Turkish people? Well, of course you do. But time and after time, they have said -- the Turkish doesn't even admit what they commit, what they done. They don't even admit it. In fact they took me -- just like today, they question me.
There was a Turkish people that I told them that I've seen actually what happen. He says, "Did they advise you to tell you that, too? They put you in -- they told you what to tell." I said, "Nobody ever said anything to me, but I seen actually what had happened." He wouldn't take my word. He said, "No, they advise you to say the same thing, and here you are." Yeah.
(laughs) What could I do if I'm angry? I haven't got nothing to say anyway. Angry, what good will it do in me? No, I have nothing against them. I mean, I have -- I am, I don't feel right for them. I do not like, because they have killed my folks. How could I be good? I mean, how do I feel about it? Sure, I don't feel right. Oh, yeah.