Armenia: The Great Deception Secrets of a "Christian" Terrorist State
A book by Samuel a. Weems Introduction Where did the Armenians come from? One doesn't have to look back very far into history to find the answer. The beginnings of what can be called modern-day Armenia is filled with blood—Muslim blood. In 1820, czarist Russia be-gan the first of several attempts to expand its empire westward in an attempt to obtain an age-old dream of warm-water ports. The czars began a conquest to obtain Ottoman Empire lands all the way to the Mediterranean and open seas. Before the Russian armies began their campaigns of con-quest, the czar's agents were sent into Ottoman lands to organize Christians in an effort to undermine the Ottoman Muslims from within. The Russians reasoned that because they were Ortho-dox Christians, they would have much in common with other Orthodox Christians, such as the Greeks, the Slavs in the Balkans, and the Armenians. The Russians were not able to secure a warm-water port, but they did move their boundaries westward. In the years that followed 1820, the Russians promised the Armenians they would help them establish their own state. At that time, the Ottoman Empire was in a final period of decline and decay. Other foreign powers saw this as an opportunity to establish their presence in this part of the world. Both England and France sponsored mis-sionary activities there. All too frequently throughout history, nations have used Christianity to promote the state's best inter-est and the religious people sent into different parts of the world worked for both Christ and the state's best interests. This would | be the case within the Ottoman Empire. Russia, trying not to be outdone by the English and French, j sought to gain Armenian support in destroying the Ottoman government. The Russians promised to create a "Greater Arme- j nia" in eastern Anatolia. The Russian promise was substantially more lands between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean than the Armenian people had ever occupied at anytime in their his-tory. In fact, there had never been a truly independent Armenia. There had never been a true "Greater Armenia." Perhaps three thousand years ago there was a tiny kingdom but it did not last long. This "dream" of a "Greater Armenia" that the Russians cre-ated in the minds of a few Armenians in the mid-1800s continues to this day. The Armenians took this Russian promise (that Rus-sians had no intention of keeping) and expanded upon it. Today, Armenians claim all this land between the Black and Mediterra-nean seas as their "historic homeland." Nothing could be farther from the truth. The English fanned the flame by calling the Asia Minor of the Bible Armenia. It was Prime Minister William E. Gladstone, in the early 1880s, who concocted the idea that it was in the British's best interests to break up the Ottoman Empire. He wanted to create a number of small friendly states under England's influence in place of the large Ottoman Empire. One such small state would be called Armenia. Gladstone asked the British press to refer to eastern Anatolia as "Armenia." British consulates were opened throughout the region, and their pur-pose was to make contact with the local Christian population. An Anglo-Armenian Friendship Committee was organized in London with the express purpose of influencing public opinion. Many more Christian missionaries were sent into what England had started calling "Armenia." In 1877 and 1878 there was another war between the Otto-man Empire and Russia. As the war neared its end, the Christian Armenian patriarch of Istanbul, Nerses Varjabedyan, asked the Russian czar to retain the lands his troops occupied in east Anatolia. Once the war ended the patriarch asked Grand Duke Nicholas, the Russian military commander, to annex all eastern Anatolia into Russia and to help establish an autonomous Ar-menian state, much like what was being established for Bulgaria. Of course this didn't happen as it was not in the Russians' best interest. In Bulgaria, there was a majority Christian population. In Ottoman Anatolia, Armenians amounted to less than a quar-ter of the population. The British feared such Russian influence with the Arme-nians. They concluded that Russia would be a greater threat than the Ottomans. They realized a Russian-dominated "Greater Armenia" would open up the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean where the British possessions in India could be threatened. Greater Armenia did not come into being as the Armenians wanted. However, the Armenian officers in the Russian army continued working to stir discontent among the Ottoman Ar-menians by suggesting they work by themselves to secure the same sort of independence as that secured by the Christians in the Balkans. It must be noted that in the 1800s, Armenians were scat-tered within and beyond a region that today marks Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran, and eastern Turkey. Everywhere, ex-cept in a few small pockets, Armenians were a small minority population. As the Russians acquired lands south of the Caucasus Mountains, they removed the Muslim populations that came under their control. The Muslims were replaced with Christians whom the Russians thought would be loyal to the Russian Chris-tian government. Christian Armenians were the focal point of this policy and were given lands the Russians obtained without paying any compensation. Armenians were moved in once the Russians had removed the Muslim owners. Powered by Joomla! 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A large number of Armenians resented being under Muslim 1'ule and they were drawn to the Russians by the offer of free land and becoming a part of a Christian state. In the Erivan Province, which is the heart of modern-day Armenia, the majority of the population were Muslim before they were removed. The Russians replaced them with Arme-nians. This is how Armenia acquired what it today calls its "historic homeland," not as direct descendants from the biblical Noah, as many Armenians claim, but by Russians between the years 1827 and 1878. In each of these Ottoman wars the Armenians helped the Russians. This was the beginning of the ethnic hatred between Christian Armenians and Muslim Ottomans. This conflict was caused by the Russians and their success in pushing the hot button of human greed by giving Armenians free Muslim lands. During the Russian-forced Muslim removal, it was not un-common for up to one-third of the Muslims who were forced off their property to die. Today, the Armenians never admit they obtained their free land on the account of widespread deaths of Muslims. The Russians forcibly removed some 1.3 million Muslims between 1827 and 1878. Russia started wars with the Otto-mans in 1828, 1854, and 1877. Each time the Russians would advance, then be forced to retreat. When the Russians retreated, the Armenians, fearing Muslim retaliation for the violence they had done to the non-Christians, would flee with the Russians. Hatred grew on both sides. In the 1890s there were Armenian rebellions in eastern Anatolia. The end result was many Muslims and Christians were killed. The same thing happened again during the Russian Revo-lution in 1905 in Azerbaijan. A civil war broke out again between Christians and Muslims when World War I began. Armenian revolutionaries, many trained in Russia, attempted to take major Ottoman cities in eastern Anatolia. They did manage to capture the unarmed city of Van and hold it until the Russians arrived. The Armenians killed all but a few Muslim civilians in the city and nearby villages. Such killings by both sides went on until 1920, two years after the war officially ended. Many of the Muslim Ottoman Turks and Armenian Christians died from starvation and disease. There will be many examples of proof presented by Euro-pean officials of "official" Armenian terrorism tactics used in eastern Anatolia. There are many western diplomatic and con-sular representatives [including American) who reported what was actually happening there. They concluded it was the Arme-nian revolutionary societies doing the revolting, slaughtering, and massacring of Muslims. These officials believed that one reason for all the Armenian massacres was to secure European intervention on their behalf. The Armenians always managed to send reports stating they were being killed when the truth was it was they who were massacring civilians. For centuries Christians have been told stories about the ter-rible Turk and the evils of Islam. These tales date back to the Crusades when the "purity" of Christianity opposed the black Muslims. The horrible truth is men, acting in the name of Christ, were more brutal and committed more terrible acts during this time than did the Muslims. The Muslims were simply defending their lands, which were invaded by a horde of profit-seeking men in the name of Jesus. States in the Balkans and Caucasus regions of the world are made up of fairly homogenous populations as a result of ethnic cleansing. These states were created out of what was once a part of the Ottoman Empire as a result of wars and revolutions. In simple terms, these new states were built on a foundation of Muslim suffering. There is no historical mention in textbooks of this colossal Muslim loss. These textbooks tell the stories of massacres by Muslims of Christian Armenians, Christian Bulgarians, and Chris-tian Greeks. But there are no written accounts in Western textbooks of Muslim losses and massacres committed by Chris-tian peoples. In the United States, the Christian Armenian-American people have mounted campaigns in recent years to get cities, states, and the national government to condemn Muslim Turkey for committing what the Armenian claim is a genocide in 1915 of some 1.5 million of Christian Armenians. If such a story is made up by Armenian-American Christians to support Arme-nian agendas, other Christians must oppose them. Christians must reach out to the Muslim world and stop giving American dollars to Armenia if the war on terrorism is to ever end. TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE INTRODUCTION CHAPTER ONE Holy Terror Powered by Joomla! Generated: 23 December, 2008, 15:09


CHAPTER TWO The Beginnings CHAPTER THREE Armenia Founded as a Dictatorship CHAPTER FOUR The Armenian Numbers Came and Their Use of "Two Sets of Books CHAPTER FIVE Armenia Loses Unprovoked War on Georgia CHAPTER SIX American Admiral Sees Armenian’s Claims as “Absolutely False” CHAPTER SEVEN What Kind of Christians Are the Armenians Who Claim to Be the First Christian State? CHAPTER EIGHT The Corrupt Armenian State— Their People Pay a Terrible Price CHAPTER NINE Bloodthirsty Armenian Bandits CHAPTER TEN What Can Be Expected From Armenia CHAPTER ELEVEN Armenian Cruelty CHAPTER TWELVE Armenian Leaders Establish Worldwide Political Organization to Support Campaigns of Violence and Terror. CHAPTER THIRTEEN Paid Armenian Agents Mold Public Opinion in the United States CHAPTER FOURTEEN The Armenians Were a Dangerous People to Get Mixed Up With CHAPTER FIFTEEN Armenians Establish American Colony CHAPTER SIXTEEN Armenians Lose Sneak Attack on Azerbaijan CHAPTER SEVENTEEN American High Commissioner for Relief States “Armenians Are Professional Beggars” CHAPTER EIGHTEEN U .S. Senate Says “No” to Armenians CHAPTER NINETEEN Armenia Voluntarily Joins the Soviet Union CHAPTER TWENTY Armenians Join Hitler’s Nazi Cause CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE Armenia in Today's World ENDNOTES INDEX Click here to read a review about the book

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