The Three Monkeys of Gallipoli – Privates Key, Turnbill and Cameron are deaf, dumb and blind, while WWI allies Canada, France and Russia (and even the Ottoman's allies Austria and Germany) have the courage to recognise the worst of crimes – genocide.
Turkey effectively blames invading nations like New Zealand, Australia and the UK for the deaths, saying it had to 'deport' its Christian citizens in case they supported the Allies ('deport' means to kill more than 1.5 million Armenian children, women, aged and unarmed male citizens by burning, crucifixion, bayonets and other gruesome means, steal their property and crush more than 2,000 churches).
The truth is that Turks have been massacring indigenous Christians since they invaded Asia Minor in 1064 because of their Christian faith, while New Zealand, Australia and the UK shamefully appease Turkey, instead of defending human rights.
Lest we Forget (the genocide of Christians - Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks).
Note to veterans: the NZ, Australian and British cartoon figures are representing political leaders, not courageous Gallipoli soldiers, many of whom recognised this crime against humanity.
Note to publishers: the cartoon may be freely reproduced but must have the following credit: Len Wicks/Tigran Hakobyan. A larger image is available at http://originsdiscovery.com/Cartoon.JPG.
Is your society ethical,
free and fair?
with integrity which
recognise the Armenian genocide are in green,
and those that shamefully do not are in red.
The Integrity Index
Integrity Index ranking aggregates media freedom, political rights,
civil liberty, income equality and corruption data from the following
Corruption Perceptions Index
Reporters without Borders
Freedom in the World
Human Development Index (UNDP)
the 167 States ranked (that appeared on all four source lists) is at:
The Integrity of Leaders
are former leaders and leaders of ethical nations, but with questionable morality
by not formally recognising the
Armenian genocide, despite their statements
favour of human rights.
United States President Barack Obama
Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron
15 June 2015:
"Let’s put human rights
On 24 May 1915
France, Great Britain and Russia made a joint declaration:
“In view of those new
crimes of Turkey against humanity
the Allied governments announce… that they will hold personally
responsible [for] these crimes all members of the Ottoman
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbill
Zealand Prime Minister John Key
On ANZAC Day We Stand and Think
On ANZAC Day We Stand and Think is a poem dedicated to the millions of innocent civilians who lost their lives during the genocide of Christians. Let their souls rest in peace after a century of denials...