the funny thing is, that the turkish government seems to be successful in it's propaganda campaign to make the turkish populace believe in their lies.
mind you this only works because of the fascistic structure of post-attaturk turkish society. since school children are tougt to veneer attaturk, and turkey from a young age, they do not develop a conscience of their own. they are so lost in their assumption that turkey is the perfect state, and that all it does is good.
they truly are an inferior culture.
youtube is their new weapon, they attempt to flood the internet with false information. it is a good thing that they barely master English, which is truly the deciding factor in the credibility of their lies towards the west. another thing, is that if you watch those movies properly, you notice that their stories do not hold together, for example, if you look at their khojaly 'genocide' movies, you will see that the witness accounts of 'survivors' actually go against each other.
if anyone knows anything about history, they would not believe, for instance, that in 1700, there was a nation-state called azerbaijan that stretched from the arax river in the plains of ararat to the Caspian sea. often they show pictures of corpses, and try to make us believe that they were murdered.
yes, people died in khojaly, but in war, civilians die, that is normal. that does not mean they were genocided. for instance, in ww2, 50 million people died, 12 million or more of these were russian civilians, yet their tragedy is not considered a genocide. on the other hand, the 6 million jews who died, are a genocide, because their mass murder was preempted. guess what, many more armenian civilians died in karabakh then azeris. azeri soldiers would walk through armenian villages and burn them.
meanwhile, men like monte melkonian would make sure that azeri civilians were evacuated before the battles would begin.
so let the turks post what they want, the people who would believe them are not the people we want to convince anyways.