If a genocide of Turkish people happened, would it be karma for their role in Armenian genocide? The Turks history in general, which they are proud of has plenty of dark sides to it as do any great empires. They are not ashamed of their past, they are not to feel guilty for anything they may have done wrong to other people.
Why is it different for us?
When we talk of White genocide, is being considered karma and a positive thing. Lets be clear on this, when we mean White we are talking of European Caucasian descent people. Irish people, English, French, Swedish.. etc. We are different people, ethnically and culturally but we are all grouped as White and guilty for it...
We've gone through a self criticism phase where we look at negative things in our history, and so Whiteness is considered purely evil, slavery, colonialism..
Naturally if an entire race is vilified as that, then genocide would star to look a positive thing, agreed?
When genocide is considered karma...
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