January 5, 2022

The Crime of The Century

The repugnant and disgraceful leaders of Pakistan had the audacity of accusing the Armenian nation of committing genocide against Azerbaijan. 

Pakistan has also supported Turkey's version of events that led to the slaughter of the Ottoman empire's Armenian population during World War One.

Pakistan is itself guilty of the crime of genocide in East Pakistan (Bangladesh) so its stance is not surprising. 

Nations that lose wars tend to look inward and pounce on the weakest members of society. 

Both Turkey and Pakistan are guilty of the crimes of genocide. 

Both appeal to Islam when confronted about their dark history, blaming Western and Zionist conspiracies for their evil crimes. 

Both profess to be against Israel while working with it behind the scenes. 

And both continue to receive unlimited Western political, economic, and military support. 

President Theodore Roosevelt in his letter to business tycoon Cleveland Hoadley Dodge on May 11, 1918: 

“The Armenian massacre was the greatest crime of the war, and the failure to act against Turkey is to condone it… the failure to deal radically with the Turkish horror means that all talk of guaranteeing the future peace of the world is mischievous nonsense.”

An excerpt from, "Before the Holocaust, Ottoman Jews supported the Armenian genocide’s ‘architect’" by JP O’ MALLEY, The Times of Israel, September 7, 2018:

This past June, a scheduled Knesset vote to recognize the World War I killings of Armenians as genocide was canceled due to a lack of government support.

Because of Israel’s complicated on-again, off-again diplomatic relations with regional powerhouse Turkey, “it hasn’t been able to do what many Israelis have ethically wanted to do — publicly recognize the Armenian genocide in the Knesset,” Prof. Hans-Lukas Kieser tells The Times of Israel from his office at the University of Newcastle, Australia.

An excerpt from, "Operation Nemesis: The Assassination Plot that Avenged the Armenian Genocide" by Eric Bogosian:

The highest level of secrecy was maintained, while almost a year went by as the logistics were ironed out. Operation Nemesis was christened on July 8, 2020, in Boston, at the twenty-seventh regional conference of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation. 

Video Title: Eric Bogosian on "Operation Nemesis" at the 2015 Miami Book Fair. Source: PBS Books. Date Published: November 21, 2015.

Video Title: Talaat Pasha: Father of Modern Turkey, Architect of Genocide | Prof. Hans-Lukas Kieser. Source: The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute - מכון ון ליר בירושלים. Date Published: November 7, 2018.