1996) Georgia’s Red Book As Response To Armenian Allegations

Kaynak Publishing Company published the 6th volume of the series of “Armenian Genocide Myth with Armenian Documents”. The author of the “Reply to Armenian Allegations – Red Book of the Georgian State” is Karibi, Georgia’s Deputy Minister of Agriculture in 1920s.

Karibi’s Red Book was created as a reaction to the Red Book that the Armenians had prepared to manipulate the Commission of Sèvres Treaty in 1919.

(…) A series of official documents as well as the confidential texts kept in “secret files” which are not yet officially classified are publicized for the first time. For that reason, the book reinforces Turkey’s arguments relating to the Armenian allegations.

The book has a particular potential in displaying that not only Muslim Turks are in dispute with the Armenians but also the Christian Georgians are having problems with them.

(…) Change the parts where Karibi mentioned of the Armenian organizations as PKK and one can easily see that nothing has changed indeed and the history repeats itself in a way.

Let’s see what Karibi says:
“The Armenian revolutionists, who assumed that the greater states would help them, adopted 2 fields of activity. While on the one hand, copious and direct mutinies would be aroused and uprisings be provoked, a clamor would be initiated on the other hand regarding these bloody acts and uprisings, and of course, with overstated descriptions of their magnitudes. Armenians have always been exaggerators in expressing their demands.”

Karibi’s argument on the Armenian allegations is indisputably clear and well-defined. In Karibi’s view, Turks and Armenians used to live together in peace.

(…) The Georgian author observes that the Armenian issue is a reflection of the Tsarist Russia, Britain and France’s policy of getting hold of the Ottoman lands. Karibi says the Armenian gangs that started the attacks were organized abroad and launched an incursion against the Ottoman territory, with the support of the external powers behind them. The series of incidents indeed were propelled by the Kukucanyan Group who infiltrated from Russia as of the end of the 19th Century and attacked the Muslim population and the Ottoman security forces. Upon Ottoman Army’s to the point response, Kukucanyan Group fled back to Russia and thus protected themselves. However, the Turkish and Armenian masses had thus been provoked against each other. After necessary precautions were taken, the same group, this time penetrated into the Iranian territory and sustained its attacks.

Karibi argues that the Tashnak Group stirred and inflamed animosity and hatred between the two peoples with the propaganda activities held among the Armenian masses and provoked the Armenians against the Turks and the Kurds.

The activities of the Armenian gangs played a significant role in the overwhelming incidents.

(…) In 1914, the Russian Tsarist Government had always been a party in the Armenian question. The Russian Government triggered the Armenian insurrection where that served its interests and yet, advised the Armenians to avoid any mutinies where the situation seemed inconvenient to the Russian advantage.

According to Karibi, no nation living in a disunited and disintegrated form in a country ever cooperated with the enemy against the fathering state and ever built up volunteer troops to fight at the line of the enemy, as did the Armenians.

(…) Karibi maintains that the Ottoman, in contrast to the claims, hardly assumed a hostile attitude towards the Armenians.

(…) Furthermore, the Armenians were not at all times the victimized party, as claimed. The very first thing that the Armenian leaders undertook immediately after the State of Armenia had been founded was to inflict persecution over the Russian, Azeri and Georgian people and drive them out of their own countries whereas Turks, who were the former masters of the same lands, never tyrannized the local people. The Armenian Government has been alienated towards its own people to such an extent that it refused to welcome in hundreds of thousands of Armenians who took refuge in Georgia and closed its eyes to their plight brought about by hunger and misery. This is because the basic policy of the Armenian organizations and government have always been taking advantage of the disasters upon Armenians.

Source: Aydinlik – June 24th, 2007

Source: GenocideReality.com


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