Posted in Reblogged Posts

Whether Armenia, the Nazis or Isis – if you’re going to commit genocide, you can’t do it without the help of local people

Such an important topic. As a human rights student I find insane how it’s really just average people who turn into war criminals…

The Muslim Times

This is not something new – but it is something we too often forget

How do you organise a successful genocide – in Turkish Armenia a century ago, in Nazi-occupied Europe in the 1940s, or in the Middle East today? A remarkable investigation by a young Harvard scholar – focusing on the slaughter of Armenians in a single Turkish Ottoman city 103 years ago – suggests the answer is simple: a genocidal government must have the local support of every branch of respectable society: tax officials, judges, magistrates, junior police officers, clergymen, lawyers, bankers and, most painfully, the neighbours of the victims.

Umit Kurt’s detailed paper on the slaughter of the Armenians of Antep in southern Turkey in 1915, which appears in the latest edition of the Journal of Genocide Research, concentrates…

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Preorder “Don’t Let Me Go” For Only $0.99 (USD) Today!

Good news! You can now preorder the ebook version of Don’t Let Me Go for only $0.99 (UDS) for a limited time! Those of you who are on my email list have already gotten this announcement delivered straight to their inbox, but it’s time for me to share the good news with you guys as well!

Click here to preorder “Don’t Let Me Go” today for a special price!

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The regular list price for this title is $5.99 and this discount of $5 off will not last forever so if you’d like a Happy Meal on top of a book you might want to get this title right now. Preorders are currently available through Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, Apple iBooks, Kobo and Barnes & Noble. More retailers are currently being added too. This title officially comes out on August 1st in paperback, ebook and audiobook. Curious to read a preview or to give me some early feedback? You can read the first two chapters by clicking the button below! Please leave your comments in the form because I would definitely like to know what you guys are thinking so far!
I’m sure that you’ve already seen it on the homepage of my author website, but I’ve also already started my next project called After Anderson. I’ll post a formal announcement about it later because right now the spotlight is on my first young adult novel that is sure to be a great lighthearted read for both the young and old alike!