09 October 2006

1095) VII: Armenian Mythomania - Illustrated Expose : Armenian Extremism: Its Causes and Historical Context : Text Only Version

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the magic triangle of human inhumanity "Death does not have a nationality, but it has people that are responsible for it. Never forget them, and demand that their works are evaluate appropriately."

(Quoted from www.lietuvos.net/istorija/communism. The pictures in this section come from the same source.)


"Genocide" is an artificial word, half Greek and half Latin in derivation, like "television". “GENOS” means roughly the same as descent, extraction, or lineage, but is far from meaning a "people". “CAEDO” means to strike down, fell, or kill.

The inventor of this word, which has since gained currency in all cultures of the world, was a man from the part of Poland then belonging to Russia. His life was from the very beginning dominated by the persecution of Russian Jews. One terrible word hung dark over his whole existence: "pogrom".

Raphael Lemkin, father of the artificial word "genocide" was born in 1900 in the town of Bezvodne in Belarus. The most important factor determining the character of his earlier life was the massive and well-planned series of persecutions of the Jews that took place in the Russian Empire of the time. The motivation for these persecutions was not only religious but also purely economic. Envy has always been a strong motivating force behind persecution, as have religious convictions and fear of those who are intellectually superior.

The year 1915 saw the outbreak of a large-scale uprising, supported by Russia, of Ottoman Armenians in eastern Anatolia. At home, St Petersburg pursued a sophisticated policy of misinformation, propagating throughout Russia reports of atrocities in the Ottoman Empire that were either pure fiction or vastly exaggerated. Never, howe-

The creator of the term "genocide" Raphael Lemkin.

"Threesame" by Felix Nussbaum, 1944. He describes here in a unique way the situation of all those persecuted which lies somewhere between fear of death, death and vague hope.

Means "to wreak havoc, to demolish violently; a massive violent attack on a particular group, ethnic or other ..."

ver, did they waste a single word on the sufferings undergone by Ottoman Muslims - predictably, because they, along with Protestant sects from the USA, were the ones who had been responsible for these sufferings. Their propaganda was intended to distract public opinion from their own ill deeds.

Like all his compatriots, the young Raphael Lemkin had no other information about what was going on in the Ottoman Empire than that propagated by the Russian misinformers. He was shocked by what he read.

When, a few years later, an Armenian mercenary killer by the name of Soghomon Tehlirian (*Kemakh 1896 - ‡San Francisco 1960) assassinated Talat Pasha on an open street, this outrage clearly met with the approval of Raphael Lemkin, whose story is told as follows by sources from the Armenian side:

"After graduating from a local trade school in Bialystok he began the study of linguistics at the John Casimir University in Lwów.

It was here Lemkin became interested in the case of Soghomon Tehlirian, an Armenian who assassinated the former Turkish Minister Interior Talat Pasha in Berlin, Germany on March 15, 1921 as an act of vengeance for his role in orchestrating the Armenian Genocide. Lemkin thought it inconsistent for it to be a crime to kill a man but not a crime to orchestrate the destruction of an entire people, genocide."

This statement is self-defeating. There is no evidence whatsoever that either Talat or Enver Pasha ever gave orders for killings to take place: all the "documents" presented to this effect have long

The United States Ambassador Henry Morgenthau with his closest collaborators. Recognizable in the second row above the naval attaché is one of Morgenthau's informants, Agop Andonian, probably a relative of the forger Aram Andonian, who fabricated Talat's "murder orders".


On February 26, 1992, the Armenian occupying forces annihilated the little town of Chodschali in collaboration with former Soviet units. This atrocity is reminiscent of the fate of the village of Nemmersdorf in East Prussia in October 1944, when Red Army forces massacred the whole population of the village in a matter of hours, provoking a mass flight from the neighborhood. But it would go beyond the bounds of the present list of atrocities to include pictures of Nemmersdorf taken when the village was taken back shortly afterwards.

1941, Lithuania, Rainiai: The communists butchered anyone who they thought might resist Marxist teaching. However, nobody has yet been held responsible, nor has anyone been sentenced for crimes against humanity.

since been proved to have been forgeries made by Aram Andonian, Johannes Lepsius, or Henry Morgenthau, who has also been shown to have been entirely under the influence of the Armenians.

The relatively prosperous and independent peasants of the Ukraine were called "kulaks" and were regarded as "capitalists" within a Communist state. They strongly resisted the collectivization of their holdings, but the Communists used even more brutal measures to enforce their program. Whole villages were compelled, by force of arms, to accept the collectivization of their holdings. Some 2 million kulaks with their families – perhaps 8 million people altogether - were driven from their homes, with many being killed in the process. Many starved to death and many more ended up in Siberia.

In the period 1918-1929, the Communists killed about 10-15 million people who resisted, excluding those who died from starvation and so on. And the Soviets committed similar atrocities in the Baltic states.

It is well known that the Soviet regime was responsible for mass murders of Poles and Ukrainians and for the annihilation of the Azerbaijani intellectual elite and that of other "minority" peoples.

However, the regime's brutality became even clearer on the discovery of the mass graves at Katyn.

It goes without saying that the other prosecutors, first and foremost the prosecutor-in-chief Jackson, were fully aware of the atrocities committed by the Soviets, which outstripped even those of their accomplices the Nazis.

But in that case the motivation was simply political.

RAPHAEL LEMKIN, one of Jackson's closest advisers, was even better informed about the truththan any of the prosecutors. And yet he never made the slightest reference to the atrocities committed by the Soviets, who had sent literally millions of innocent men and women to their deaths.

"Genocide" to the nth degree, the extermination of whole ethnic groups, the destruction of the Jews' very identity. That the defendants at the Nuremberg Trials did not escape their just punishment is only one side of the coin. The other side is the fact that the Western allies willfully cast a blind eye over the atrocities committed by the Soviets, pursuing a policy which is just as incomprehensible as the attitude of Raphael Lemkin.


In Stalin's case there was no need to talk about "retroactive laws" - the corpses of his victims still stank to high heaven.

It was different matter with Churchill and

1940, Russia: The Katyn massacre in the forest near the village Gnezdovo, a short distance from Smolensk. That thousands of Polish officers were murdered there was a fact that was clear to everybody, above all to Stalin, Berija and all their accomplices, including "Marshall" Voroschilof and a certain Anastas Mikojan, an Armenian who was one of the most cruel and irresponsible creatures of the Stalin period. Absent were Kalinin (whose name is still used in the designation for the ancient city of Königsberg) and Kaganovic, who agreed in writing to the deaths of a huge number of POWs.


All these facts were quite clear to the Russian chief prosecutor in Nuremberg, Roman Rudenko.

Yalta, November 4, 1945. The negotiations at Yalta were not only concerned with the fate of those millions of Central and Eastern Europeans who, in the decades following the disintegration of the old pre-war Germany, were left entirely at the mercy of the Soviet terror.

Other matters were at stake, such as the responsibility for real genocides. Who sat here? Churchill (weary and already powerless), Roosevelt (terminally ill), and a savage barbarian by the name of Dschugaschvili, "the man of steel", better known as Stalin. In the second row, behind Stalin to the left, stands Roman Rudenko.


A symbol for the extermination of a whole race: The dead at Wounded Knee South Dakota, December 29, 1890. They died because of their religious beliefs. That day over 300 Indians were killed, 200 of them women and children. This man's body was turned on top of the others and the rifle was laid across him by the photographers who sold postcards. A crowd of whites came to watch the shootings.

They were the heirs of an unscrupulous war of destruction waged by their predecessors on all those who were standing in their way.

Question: Where are the original inhabitants of the present-day United States? Where are the American Indians? They were simply exterminated. The few who have survived lead a pitiful existence in reservations, like animals in a zoo. On December 9th 1948, the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was adopted unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly. For some time now - even after decades of silence, they were still aware of their guilt - Armenian extremists and propagandists have been attempting to use the magic word "genocide" for their own ends. Their intention

- quite apart from the fact that there has never been a "genocide" committed on the Armenian people
- is to distract the attention of world opinion at all costs from the real crimes that were committed. Si-


The British "discoverers" of Australia - thousands of years after the real discovery of the southernmost continent by the "aborigines" - considered the natives to be subhuman. Like the Indians in the USA they were ruthlessly massacred, and the few who survive to this day lead an absurd existence as showpieces - even cult objects - of the new lords of the continent.

The British did not act any differently towards the Irish. Those who did not escape to America fell victim to London's hunger blockades. Exactly the same treatment was meted out to the Indians whom the British brought under their yoke using all possible means. If it were possible to pass just judgments now and to demand compensation, then Germany would have to bear responsibility for the extermination of the elite of the Hereros in former German South-West Africa (Namibia).

Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), the man who coined the term "genocide".
He rose to become one of the advisers to the US Chief Prosecutor R. H. Jackson at the Nuremberg war trials in 1945.

Both of them were fully aware of the crimes committed by the Soviets but neither mentioned a word about them. The trials dealt only with cases of war guilt only and "genocide" in times of peace was not punishable under those terms. These circumstances caused Lemkin to resolve to carry on his campaign for the establishment of genocide as a crime under international law.

In the years between 1975 and 1979, the period of Pol Pot and the "Khmer Rouge", up to 2 million Cambodians were murdered, the purpose being to extinguish the old Cambodian culture and to create a "new mankind".

Thousands of Cambodian Christians died as martyrs. Europe did not react, the UN did not react . . . nobody cared.

Chodjali A little Azerbaijani town is annihilated at a stroke by Armenian soldiery, helped by Soviet irregulars.

This was one of the most terrible occurrences of the end of the twentieth century, and quite comparable to Srebrenica. But while the Serbian murderers were with only a few exceptions soon to be subjected to international law and the object of widespread contempt, those Armenians responsible for the atrocity of Chodjali are still free to hold their heads high in the public sphere and are considered by world opinion as "victims".

milar events in Ruanda have brought similar results and reactions. The term "genocide" was already part of a "newspeak" (in George Orwell's sense), finally in the hands of the Armenian propagandists. Giordano Bruno, one of the most important theologists of his time was burnt - a holo-

Kocharian, president of the Republic of Hayastan and the Armenian clercy: NOT ONE WORD ABOUT CHODJALI! In Karabagh on April 26, 2005, the president of the Republic Hayastan, initially leader of the Armenian terror organizations, officially turned down Turkey's offer of a joint academic study on the mass killings of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and said that Ankara should instead work to normalize relations with Yerevan. He did not say one word about the occupation of Western Azerbaijan, or about the refugees and the victims of this aggression. Instead he rejected the idea out of hand, saying that the genocide is a proven fact that cannot be disputed…

The end of Robespierre: The inventor of the modern term "terreur" ends as victim of his own invention. No comment...

caust - 17th Feb. A. D. 1600 after two years of custody. He was imprisoned by the Grand Inquisitor to hear his sentence on bended knee, Bruno answered the sentence of death by fire with the word: "Perhaps you, my judges, pronounce this sentence against me with greater fear than I receive it!"

One of the most blatantly criminal acts of the Republic of "Hayastan" was committed only a few years ago: the occupation of 20% of the territory of Azerbaijan, resulting in a flood of refugees, with over a million fleeing to the surviving part of the country. Tens of thousands of lives were lost in the course of this Armenian war of aggression and conquest. World opinion is more or less unaware of this fact. Everything revolves around the word "genocide", which has been appropriated by he Armenians and used to suggest that they were the victims of an atrocity of this kind in 1915.

Perhaps the most important document concerning the real amaout od Armenian victims during the civil war of 1915:

It is a letter, witten and singed by the head (quasi prime minister) of the exiled Armenians, Bogos Nubar addressed to the French foreign ministry.

Alone the sentence that he has no idea about the fate of the "reste de deportés dans le désert" shows the underhanded way of his words, relying on the fact that hardly somebody would care about which "desert" he spoke. And finally: THE ARMENIAN POPULATION OF "TURKISH ARMENIA" had, according to the statistics of the Armenian Patriarchate, whih always exeggerated, in 1912 (according to Justin McCarthy´s absolutely reliable book "Muslims and Minorities" 1,018000 people! Source: Archives des Affaiees Etrangères de France, Serie Levant, Armenie, 2, folio 47).

From the same archive the letter of Bogas Nubar where he declares the armenians were a " war-leading nation" (page 109).

Selected Bibliography

The number of publications discussing the subject of "Armenia" is legion. This is particularly true for the events of 1915. As far as the war years 1915-1916 are concerned, there is virtually no literature at all which presents the "Ottoman-Turkish side" of the issue. One exception is a collection published in Istanbul in 1917 with the title Aspirations et Agissements Revolutionnaires des Comites Armeniens avant et apres la proclamation de la Constitution Ottomane, which tries to present the facts that were known at that time, as far as this was possible given the military situation. After Aram Andonian published his forged "telegrams" with the forged "death orders" of the Ottoman minister of the interior, there was a genuine flood of publications on this subject. Almost without exception, they presented the Armenian point of view. The Turks, meanwhile, chose to remain silent, totally misunderstanding the "position of innocence". Although the Turks can certainly be brutal in war, especially when the war is forced upon them, they are the first to forgive their former enemies as soon as the war is over. During their centuries of harmonious cooperation, the Turks had developed a respect for the Armenians which prevented them from seeing the absurd accusations of "planned extermination" as anything more than standard wartime propaganda. The Turks simply had too much respect for the Armenians -and too much self-respect -to take these accusations seriously, let alone defend themselves against them. The result was that the world public was exposed to a totally one-sided view and now accepts the Armenian accusations largely at face value. They overlook the fact that the Armenians were actually at war with the Ottoman Empire, even though they were a part of it, and were pushing for a permanent division of the Ottoman Empire and Turkey.

(The Armenians themselves emphasized this fact immediately after the war but then played it down when it seemed more opportune to have been "unarmed".)

The following list of the best-known and most important books on this subject does not by any means pretend to be exhaustive. Both points of view are represented - the Turkish and the Armenian. An annex gives the titles of some recent publications from the Turkish side which -better late than never - present the events as seen from the Turkish standpoint.

Aghasse. Zeitun depuis les Origines jusqu'á l’Insurrection de 1895. Paris,1895
Allen, W. E. D. and Muratoff, Paul. Caucasian Battlefields. Cambridge,1953.
Andonian, Aram. Les Mémoires de Nairn Bey; Documents officiels turcs relatifs á la deportation et au massacres des Arméniens. Paris, 1920.
The Assembly of Turkish American Associations. Myth and Reality. A Handbook of Facts and Documents. Washington, 1986
Bedrosian, Robert. Armenia in Ancient and Medieval Times. New York,1969.
Bliss, Edwin M. Turkey and the Armenian Atrocities. Philadelphia, 1896.
Bryce, Viscount. The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire,1915-1916. London, 1916.
Carzou, Jean Marie. Un génocide exemplaire. Paris, 1975. Erzen, Afif.Eastern Anatolia and Urartians. Ankara, 1984.
Tozer, Rev. Henry Fanshawe. Turkish Armenia and Eastern Asia Minor.London, 1881.
Gürün, Kamuran. The Armenian File. The Myth of Innocence Exposed. K.Rustem & Bro. and Wiedenfeld & Nicolson Ltd., London, 1985.
Hamlin, Carus. My Life and Times. Boston, 1893.
Harbord, Maj. Gen. James G. Report of the American Military Mission to Armenia. Senate Doc. No. 226 (1920).
Hartunian, A. H. Neither to Laugh nor to Weep. Boston, 1968.
Hofmann, Tessa Das Verbrechen des Schweigens. Die Verhandlung des türkischen Völkermordes an den Armeniern vor dem Ständigen Tribunal der Völker. Pogrom Taschenbücher 1012, Göttingen und Wien, 1985
Hovanissian, Richard G. Armenia on the Road to Independence. Berkeley and Los Angeles 1978.
Howard, Harry N. The Partition of Turkey. New York. 1966.
Husepian, Marjorie. Smyrna 1922. The Destruction of a City. London, 1972.
Katchaznouni, Hovhannes. The Tasnaks Have Nothing More To Do. Mechitaristendruckerei; Vienna, 1923.
Katchaznouni, Hovhannes. The Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnagtzoutiun) Has Nothing To Do Any More. Armenian Information Service, New York, 1955.
Khebof, Twerdo. Journal de Guerre du 2éme Regiment d'Artillerie de forteresse Russe d'Erzéroum, et notes d'un officier Superieur Russe sur les atrocites d'Erzéroum. 1919. Traduit du manuscrit original russe.
Korganof. La Participation des Arméniens á la Guerre Mondiale sur le Front du Caucase 1914-1918. Paris, 1927.
Krikorian, Mesrop. Armenians in the Service of the Ottoman Empire 1860-1908. London, 1978.
Lang, David Marshall. Armenia, Cradle of Civilization. London, 1980.

Recent Turkish Publications
§imsir, Bilal. Apergu Historique sur la Question Armenienne. Ankara, 1985.
Ataov, Türkkaya. A British Report (1895): The Armenians Unmasked. Ankara University, 1985.
Ataov, Türkkaya. "A 'Statement' Wrongly Attributed to Mustafa Kamal Atatürk". Ankara University, 1984.
Ataov Türkkaya. "An Armenian Author on 'Patriotism perverted'". Ankara University, 1984.
Ataov, Türkkaya. "Documents on the Armenian Question: Forged and Authentic". Ankara University, 1985.
Ataov, Türkkaya. "Hitler and the 'Armenian Question'". Ankara University, 1984.
Ataov, Türkkaya. "The Andonian 'Documents' Attributed to Talat Pasha Are Forgeries". Ankara, 1984.
Cem Özgönül: "Der Mythos eines Völkermordes". Köln: Önel Verlag 2006.
Türkaya Ataöv "The Armenians Ottoman Period". Ankara 2001.
Selahi Diker "And the whole Earth was of one Language", Izmir 2000.
Documents on Ottoman Armenians. Prime Ministry, Directorate of Press and Information, Ankara, 1978.
Gürün, Kamuran. Le Dossier Armenien. Societe Turque d'Histoire, Ankara, 1983.
International Terrorism and the Drug Connection. Ankara University, 1984.
Karal, Enver Ziya. Armenian Question. Ankara, 1975.
Armenian Terrorism and the Paris Trial. University of Ankara, 1984.
Øimøir, Bilal. The Deportees of Malta and the Armenian Question. Ankara, 1984.
Terrorist Attack at Orly, Statements and Evidence Presented at the Trial: February 19-March 2, 1985. University of Ankara, 1985.
Lowry, Heath W. The U. S. Congress and Adolph Hitler on the Armenians. Carne, Russak & Co., New York, 1985.
Lang, D. M. The Armenians, A People in Exile. London, 1981.
Lepsius, Johannes. Deutschland und Armenien. Tempelverlag, Potsdam, 1919.
Lepsius, Johannes, ed. Die Grofie Politik der Europdischen Kabinette 1911-1914. Berlin, 1922-1927.
Lepsius, Johannes, L'Armenie et I'Europe. Lausanne, 1896.
Mansfield, Peter. The Ottoman Empire and Its Successors. The McMillan Press, London, 1979.
Mayéwski. Les Massacres d'Arménie. St. Petersburg, 1916.
McCarthy, Justin. Muslims and Minorities. The Population of Ottoman Anatolia and the End of the Empire. New York University Press, 1983.
Moser, Pierre A. Arméniens - où est la réalite? Editions Mallier, Saint Aquilin de Pacy, 1980.
Nalbandian, Louise. The Armenian Revolutionary Movement: The Development of Armenian Political Parties Through the 19th Century. Berkeley, 1963.
Nazer, James, comp. The First Genocide of the 20th Century. New York, 1970.
Norman, C. B. Armenia and the Campaign of 1877-1878. London, 1878.
Orel, §inasi and Yuca, Sureyya. Les "Telegrammes" de Talât Pacha. Fait historique ou fiction. Société turques d'Histoire, Ankara, 1983.
Papasian, K. S. Patriotism Perverted. Boston, 1934.
Schemsi, Kara. Turcs et Armeniens devant I'Histoire. Geneva, 1919.
Sever, Abraham Sou. What is the truth about the Armenian claims of genocide by the Turks. United Turkish Americans, Wheaton. 111.
Sonyel, Salahi Ramsdam. The Ottoman Armenians, Victims of Great Power Policy. K. Rustem & Brother, London 1987
Simsir, Bilâl, ed. British Documents on Ottoman Armenians. (2 vols.) Türk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi, Ankara, 1982.
Shaw, Stanford J. und Ezel Kural. History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. (2 vols.) Cambridge University Press, 1978.
Toynbee, Arnold J. A Study of History. Oxford University Press, 1963.
Toynbee, Arnold J. Armenian Atrocities: The Murder of a Nation. New York, 1975.
Turabian, Aram. Les Volontaires Armeniens sous les Drapeaux Fran-cais. Marseilles, 1917.
Walker, Christopher. Armenia - The Survival of a Nation. Croom Helm, London, 1980.
Williams, Rev. A. W. Bleeding Armenia. Publisher's Union, Boston, 1896.


Armenian terrorism: History is both poison and antidote. Historians usually contribute little or nothing to discussions of present-day terrorism. Middle-East historians have especially avoided comment on Armenian terrorism, preferring topics more remote and less likely to shoot back. However, in considering Armenian violence, history cannot be ignored, for history is both the cause of Armenian terrorism and its only cure. Armenian terrorism is rooted in a false view of history. Only by correcting that view will Armenian terrorism be defeated. I therefore wish to suggest a method not usually used to combat terrorism: the study of history.

Each terrorist needs a raison d'etre - a philosophy and a cause for which he can kill and die. History usually plays a part in this, both because terrorists often look back to an idyllic past in which all was well with their people, and because terrorists almost always remember real or imagined historical injuries and vow vengeance. But the main wish of terrorists is always to free their people from foreigan bondage. That was the case with the Viet Kong, and that is the case today with the I. R. A. Today's Armenian terrorists are unique in that history, or at least their version of it, is their only real justification. In recent days I. R. A. seems to be of "minorr" importance. Same for the "freedom fighters" of Sardinia, Kosovo or Spain´s problem with the ETAseparatists. Also the most cruel events in the Middle East made Armenia´s criminal attack against Azerbaijan somehow forgotten. But the refugees from Western Azerbaijan will never forget. And the Turks will never forget the Armenian ruthless accusations.

For the Armenian terrorists, there are no people to be "liberated".

The Armenian terrorists have only one cause: revenge - revenge for what they see as mistakes made by the other side (the Turks).

I began by stating that the best weapon against Armenian terrorism is the study of history. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say: The best weapon is the truth. Then perhaps we could make the words of the late Gregorian patriarch of Istanbul Snork Kalutsian might become true:

"May all those unhappy events which take place in every country have an end. May the Peace of God be with all people of good will.”

A Personal Foreword 7
Introduction 10
Urartians: Their Language and Their Heritage 12
Armenia: Myth and Historical Reality 18
The Prehistoric Cultures of Eastern Anatolia –A Key to The Understanding of The History of Anatolia 19
Seljuks, Mongol Invaders and Ottomans 26
Jews in the Ottoman Empire 28
The Greek Orthodox - Patriarchate 30
The Armenian Orthodox Patriarchate 32
The Triumph of the Ottomans in Eastern Anatolia and Cilicia 38
The Causes of the Armenian Tragedy 39
The Rivalry Among the Churches and Sects to Win the Favor of the Ottoman Armenians 39
The Beginning of the End -The Formation of a Protestant 41
The Catholic Armenians 41
The Nineteenth Century: A Golden Age for Armenians and Ottomans, in Spite of the Beginnings of Nationalistic Agitating from Abroad 46
Great-Power Politics and the Armenian Question 50
It´s only one step from myth and mythology to mythomania 56
Mark Sykes, the Zealots of Zeitun and the Reckless Revolutionaries 62
The Mechitarists as a Special Kind of Victim of Armenian Terror 67
The truth about the present-day Mechitarists of San Lazzaro 68
Nationalism Spreads From the Church to Secular Organizations 70
The Bab- Ali Demonstration, the Hunchaks, and the Kusaktsakan 72
One df theclimaxes of Armenian terror: The raid on the Ottoman Bank 74
The Armenians' Last Chance - Blown by the Dashnaks 76
May 17, 1915 The Armenians invade Van and set fire to the Muslim part of the town 79
The Relocation Decision: Its Causes and Consequences 81
The Armenian myth of victimhood stands or falls on two legs: the date April 24, 1915, and Franz Werfel's literary masterpiece,
"The Forty Days of Musa Dagh". 88
The Anglo-French Attack on Constantinople, through the narrows and across the sea Marmara, was now imminent. Date: April 24! 91
The mountain of Moses and the lowlands of Alma and Franz Werfel 97
Alma, the alter ego of Franz 98
The poet and his world 100
The bed-sheets of the Musa Dagh-fighters 105
Werfel´s substratum of "truth" 106
A Gang of Forgers 108
The Forgeries of Aram Andonian and Johannes Lepsius 110
The Collapse of the Central Powers and the Continuing Resistance of the Ottoman Empire 117
The Turmoil of a War That Would Not End 120
The Wars of the Republic of Armenia 123
The Reconquest of Kars and the End of Armenian Expansion 126
An Equally Tragic Sequel on the Southern Front 128
The Treaties of Gümrü, Moscow and finally Kars 130
The End of the Armenian-Greek Invasion 131
Terrorism as Bloody Real Fantasy-War 136
The Armenian Terrorist Organizations 139
The Political Background of the Armenian Terrorist Organization ASALA 140
Some examples of Armenian tirades of hatred: They poisoned worldwide public opinion. A myth of mental terror. 142
Water and oil Turkey, the energy bridge of the third millenium 144
Armenia´s war of aggression against Azerbaijan: a barrel burst 144
The strange inherent similarity between the sons of William Tell and those of Haik: Mythomaniac teachings on descent 145
Grounds for the judgment 147
A masterpiece of gnorance 150
Genocide - Holocaust - Teror 154


  1. Part I
  2. Part II
  3. Part III
  4. Part IV
  5. Part V
  6. Part VI
  7. Part VII -Final



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