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And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

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  • #11
    And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

    Armenian-Tatar Wars (part II)

    These Turk-becoming barbarities were neither the first nor the last of what the Armenians suffered from these murderous proto-“Azeri” hordes. Massacres of thousands of Armenians were carried out in 1918 and 1920.

    The 1918 Ottoman invasion of the Caucasus which aimed at the total annihilation of the Armenian nation forced the Armenians to fight tooth and nail for survival. The desperate battles at Sardarabad, Bash-Abaran and Karakilissa resulted in the defeat of the Ottoman killing machine and the establishment of the Republic of Armenia. The massacres of Armenians however continued everywhere Turks could break into. Within few days in September 1918, some 30,000 Armenians of Baku who had already tasted the Tatar sword in 1905 were slaughtered in an endless chain of Turkish butchery against the indigenous people of the Armenian Highland…

    Once again in 1920, the Mussavat “Azerbaijan” committed yet another atrocity right before Sovietization. Following the examples of the Young Turks’ total incineration of Adana in April 1909 with about 30,000 to 35,000 burnt Armenians, and the thugs of the genocidal thief Mustafa Kemal’s attack on Marash in February 1920 and the massacre of 10,000 Armenians, the historic Armenian fortress city Shushi that had been already attacked in 1905-1906 but survived with partial damage, was this time burnt to cinders on March 23, 1920 and about 20,000 Armenians were massacred. Emptied from its Armenian population and as a result of total devastation the administrative center of Artsakh was moved from Shushi to Stepanakert.

    Sergo Ordjonikidze, member of the Caucasian Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party who visited Shushi after the tragedy in May 1920, wrote in his memoirs: “Even today I remember with horror the image that we saw in May 1920 in Shushi. The most beautiful Armenian town was destroyed, smashed up to the ground, and laid in ruins, and in draw-wells we saw the dead bodies of little children and women.”

    More than five centuries after the fall of the last Armenian kingdom in Cilicia in 1375 AD (smaller duchies held on to their independence for about a century longer) the two and a half year old Republic of Armenia, established by the defeat of the Turkish army that had invaded the Caucasus to finish off what they had started and successfully carried out in Turkish occupied Armenia, was obliterated by another bloody hyena in the shape of the Bolshevik Red Army that occupied the Republic and on November 29, 1920 imposed the Soviet yoke.

    On December 2nd the Revolutionary Committee of “Azerbaijan” recognized the sovereignty of Soviet Armenian Republic in Artsakh, Zangezur (Siunik) and Nakhijevan. However, as stated before the Bolshevik-pan-Turkist love affaire soon changed the “brotherly” mood and first Nakhijevan was cunningly - without asking the opinion of the landlord - sacrificed on the diabolical altar of this illegitimate mating in the form of a protectorate (mind you, NOT part) of fake “Azerbaijan” according to the legally void treaty of Moscow on March 16, 1921 signed by the agents of Kemal and Lenin, the rule of both being internationally unrecognized at the time. The protests of the heads of the Armenian SSR fell on deaf ears and after futile attempts to change the decision of the red devils, on July 5th 1921 and in the form of an “autonomous” region, Artsakh was also thrown to the gray wolves to be devoured. Now the Tatars had the free hand to do with the people of Artsakh as they pleased.


    • #12
      And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

      Petition from the Armenians of Artsakh to Khrushchev

      Throughout the Soviet era the Tatars turned “Azeri” managed to ethnically “cleanse” Nakhijevan from its indigenous Armenian population. During the period spanning from 1988 to 1992, under the pretext of countering the peaceful protests of Armenians demanding the unification of Artsakh to motherland Armenia, they succeeded in evicting over 400,000 Armenians from their ancestral homeland all over fake “Azerbaijan” through genocidal acts, in front of the eyes of an indifferent world.

      Turks knew very well the strategic importance of Artsakh for the Armenians and after the wily usurpation of the province through dealings with the Bolshevik agitators, illegally dividing the regions to the detriment of the Armenians, emptying field Artsakh of its Armenian population by fabricating a temporary Red Kurdistan in the districts to the east of the Mountainous Karabakh Oblast, thus, making Artsakh more vulnerable by turning it into an “island” artificially cut off from mainland Armenia, the usual Turkish fun began.

      To better illustrate the reason for the Armenian protests in the Soviet paradise where peoples of diverse ethnicities were living like brothers without any distinction of race, creed and religion, let us take a look at the “Petition from the Armenians of Mountainous Karabagh to Prime Minister Nikita Khrushchev” on 19 May 1964, written in an era of relative loosening of the iron grip after the passage of the “man of steel”, the mass-murdering Joseph Dzhugashvili a.k.a. Stalin to hell.

      Any imaginable devilry was put in practice to force the Armenians to gradually leave Artsakh, the last bastion of the survival of this ancient indigenous nation. Below, parts of the English translation of the petition which also gives a brief history of Artsakh, from “Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Republic of Armenia Official Site”:

      “To the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union,
      Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party,
      Comrade Khrushchev,

      We, the Kolkhozniks, workers and toilers of the Autonomous Region of Mountainous Karabagh, and the Armenian population of the regions of Shamkhor, Khanlar, Dashkesan and Shaumian of Azerbaijan SSR, having reached a point of desperation as a result of the crushing burden of our living conditions, decided to address ourselves to you to enlist your help and protection.

      From time immemorial, our territory, circumscribed by the rivers of Kur, Araks and Lake Sevan, which historically is known under the name of "Artzakh," has always been an inseparable part of Armenia. As a result of the Turko-Mongol incursions, the Armenians were forced out of the plains and hillsides, their villages and towns were destroyed or were reduced to pastures. The Armenians succeeded in fortifying themselves and enjoying protection only in the semi-mountainous and mountainous regions of Karabagh.

      …During the first imperialist [World] war, as in the periods prior to and after the onset of the national republics, the Mussavat regime of Azerbaijan isolated the Armenian regions of Karabagh from the outside world and proceeded to annihilate the Armenians whenever and however it could. With an optimum tightening of stamina, the Armenians of Karabagh defied the Mussavat government by defending their independence and ethnic authenticity through heroic efforts.

      …We were not mistaken in our belief that the Leninist policy of nationalities would triumph, and that Armenian-populated Karabagh would be incorporated into Soviet Armenia. Indeed, after the advent of the Soviet regime in Armenia, in a declaration, the Soviet government of Azerbaijan expressed its readiness to cede Karabagh and Nakhichevan to Armenia. The declaration was signed and made public by N. Narimanov in the celebrated session of the Baku Soviet on December 1, 1920.

      However, this judicious and entirely fraternal decision was not carried out. In March, 1921, as a result of a treaty signed with Turkey, Nakhichevan was incorporated into the territorial complex of Azerbaijan SSR. In 1923, within the territorial borders of Azerbaijan, Mountainous Karabagh was given autonomy, and the regions of Shamkhor, Khanlar, Dashkesan and Shaumian, where the Armenian population is predominant (approximately 90 per cent), were directly incorporated into the Azerbaijan SSR.

      Thus, the Armenians of Karabagh were cut off from the Armenian SSR and Mountainous Karabagh Autonomous Republic failed to include all Armenian regions. The rights of the autonomous region were gradually curtailed and presently are almost entirely abrogated. The Armenian population of the Azerbaijani SSR has been subjected to chauvinistic policies creating extremely unfavorable conditions of life. At the inception of the autonomy, certain positive steps were undertaken for the development of industry and agriculture in the region. Subsequently, however, every enterprise has been thwarted, and established institutions have either been inhibited from functioning or have been transferred to regions inhabited by Azerbaijanis. On the other hand, demands were imposed upon our region which were exacting and beyond the limits of our capacity. They resulted in such desperate acts as our being forced to extricate wool from our beds, bedcovers and pillows in order to meet the quotas imposed upon us.

      … In spite of the fact that large expanses of irrigated soil were at hand in some regions of the Azerbaijani SSR, people's enemy Bagirov was repopulating the Armenian villages of Martuni and Mars with Azerbaijanis. As a consequence, clashes between the two nationalities in these villages became imminent. …Their objective was not only the termination of the autonomy of the region, but also the expulsion of the Armenian population of Karabagh. To this end, they relentlessly and systematically trampled upon the interests of the Armenian population, derided the workers and subjected the people in general to inexcusably hostile treatment.”

      The petition goes on to cite many examples of this discriminatory behavior in the very days of Soviet Utopia:

      “…the management of the production of bread for Stepanakert [was to] be controlled in distant Aghdam, [as well as]… the health department of Mars” to sabotage the “medical supplies and other material needs of the hospitals.

      …The management of construction works is under the jurisdiction of Minkechaour, which is located 120 km away from Stepanakert

      …The combine of Mars which produces silk and employs 3,000 workers …has been placed under the administrative jurisdiction of a comparable but much smaller enterprise in Nuchi, which is 120 km away from Stepanakert

      …The silk spinning factories of Khntzorestan, Seyidshen, Gheshlach and other villages have been closed

      …The cement factory in Stepanakert has been placed under the jurisdiction of the region of Barda (60 km distance)

      …In forty years, not one kilometer of new road has been constructed between villages and the regional center; nor have existing roads been repaired

      …No possibilities have been explored for developing the agriculture of the region …Cattle breeding is in decline

      ...Reservoirs have been erected on the banks of a number of rivers of mountainous Karabagh, but only Azerbaijani villages are benefiting from these waters. The kolkhozniks of Karabagh have not been given the right to utilize the waters of their own rivers

      …Since ancient times Mountainous Karabagh has been famous for its mulberry farms which often were produce spirits and doshab and were also used for construction material and fuel. Disregarding the protests of the population, with a stroke of the pen they forbade the extracting of spirit and ordered the cultivation of mulberries for the sole purpose of feeding the silkworms. As a result, large numbers of mulberry trees were destroyed, and the rocky slopes became barren and useless for agriculture

      …Culture and education are in decline.”

      The petition ends with the following paragraphs that leave no place for doubt in the destructive pan-Turkic plan of nine centuries long anti-Armenian genocidal policy. This is astonishingly similar to the situation in time of the Artsakh movement in 1988 when enough was enough:

      “These unilaterally harmful measures have deprived the Armenian population of the region of its livelihood and wellbeing and forced it to abandon its own ancestral homeland.

      This is the reason why in the last twenty-five years there is a total lack of increase in the growth rate of the Armenian population of Mountainous Karabagh. It should be noted that the above-mentioned decline has made it possible to populate Karabagh with Azerbaijanis.

      It can definitely be stated that a chauvinistic, pan-Turk policy is being pursued which is at once inconceivable and inimical to the principles of Soviet rule, but which evidently is acceptable to the authorities of the Azerbaijani Republic.

      The policy of discrimination and oppression is engendering justifiable hatred against the source of that policy, namely, the Azerbaijani Republic and the leadership of the Autonomous Region. The regrettable fact is that undesirable relationships between the nationalities are developing in consequence.

      We request a prompt decision so as to reincorporate Mountainous Karabagh and all adjacent Armenian regions into the Armenian SSR, or to make them part of RSFSR.

      We request the treatment of the Armenians in Karabagh to be attuned only to Lenin's policy of nationalities.

      [The Armenian Review, autumn, 1968]”

      Needless to say, not only was no attention given to the plight of the Armenians, the bloodthirsty Tatars answered the civilized protests with physical persecution and repression as it is the case today where after the miserable defeat of the genocidal “Azeris” in the war they perpetrated against people they claim the citizens of fake “Azerbaijan”, the whole issue has been twisted to show that the Armenians are in fact aggressors who have occupied poor “Azerbaijani” territory, a “country” that was faked on historic Armenian land.
      Last edited by Hellektor; 05-01-2008, 04:07 PM.


      • #13
        And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

        The Artsakh Movement 1988, the blow that crumbled the USSR

        Ignorance of Artsakh history has led to false assumptions that the uprising in 1988 was unprecedented or it was just based on territorial claims from “Azeris” by Armenians. The cunning move of calling the extension of the pan-Turkist Ottoman state after the northwest region of Iran and the transmutation of prowling and roaming Tatars of yesterday into “Azeris” did yield its albeit rotten fruit after all. Aiming to exploit the outcome of a given situation they either masquerade as a distinct “nation” or part of one Turkish “nation” with two states.

        This confuses the third parties or in case of their awareness, helps them further the Turkic propaganda fabrication, by calling the issue a feud between two ancient autochthonous peoples of the Caucasus, equally justified in their claims.

        Although since the Turkic infiltration of the region, along with all the civilizations west of the Caspian, the people of Artsakh have had to defend their home from the hordes of marauding Oghuz, Mongol, Tatar, Barsil, Kipchak, Kutugur, Gokturk, Ak Koyunlu, Kara Koyunlu and what not variants of the species of Turkistani nomads, the grotesquely discriminatory treachery of Kemal-Bolshevik banditry in splitting Armenia between themselves in 1921, the calculated continuation of the Armenian Genocide, can be seen as the ill birth of the current crisis.

        Throughout the seventy years of brutal “Azeri” yoke the Armenians have constantly raised the issue, as illustrated in the Petition from the Armenians of Artsakh to Khrushchev example and have steadfastly demanded the rectification of the perfidious move through reuniting the province with motherland Armenia.

        While every type of cunning was in place to systematically wipe Artsakh from its Armenian population, including the persistence of an atmosphere of fear and terror such as statesmen going to Baku for governmental meetings where half of the delegation would never come back having been murdered or sent to exile, the “Azeri” freeloaders who like leeches sucked all the resources of the region dry, would not contribute a thing to the economical, industrial, agricultural or cultural progress of Artsakh.

        The Armenian historian Bagrat Ulubabian has remarked that up until the 1970s during five decades of “Azeri” rule, the state had not allocated any budget to build a single Armenian school, community, cultural or sports center nor to renovate public buildings and health institutions. There were no roads and along the unusable paths “Azeri” settlements were artificially created to obstruct communication between Armenian villages. According to “law”, renowned Armenian composers, poets, actors, intellectuals and artists were prohibited from visiting Artsakh, a ban that remained in force until 1988.

        Even at the end of WWII, a war that should not have concerned the Armenians in the least yet where they had shown extraordinary bravery with proportionally as heavy casualties as any other nation involved, accounts of which are related in the “Armenians did not win, it was the Russians” lie, the sadistic mass murderer Stalin remained unshaken in his anti-Armenian resolve and rejected the demands of the Armenian SSR statesmen regarding the reunification with Artsakh.

        The central government not only rejected every rightful appeal to correct the injustice, they diabolically served the pan-Turkist agenda by nibbling away what had remained of Armenia to the profit of the Turks. Making use of every improbable excuse they cut off villages from the Armenian SSR and Nagorno Karabakh “Autonomous” Oblast (NKAO) and annexed it to the eastern outpost of pan-Turkism, “Azerbaijan” SSR: an Armenian village in Hadrut was annexed to Fizuly with the pretext of its being not so close to Hadrut, in 1930s; another from Martuni was chopped off from NKAO and offered to Aghdam allegedly because the inhabitants did not have sufficient knowledge of the Armenian language; just like mountainous Artsakh itself, Artzvashen became an enclave through machinations by gnawing at the surrounding areas; all in all this thievery in broad daylight in the fairytale land of communist “equality” cost Armenian SSR proper about 505 square kilometers, reducing the tiniest of the “republics” of the USSR from 30,247 km2 to 29,742 km².

        All this prejudice with the connivance of Moscow used up the patience of the Armenians who had already suffered nine centuries of Turkic tyranny and like one fist, people stood up for their rights in the land of red oppression. Hundreds of thousands of protesters raised their voices and shouted “union, union”, “Karabakh is ours” in Yerevan and in Stepanakert in February 1988.

        To the decades due reasonable requests for fairness, the central authorities responded sneeringly, dismissing the cry for justice branding it nationalistic provocation. Gorbachev, under whose so-called perestroika atmosphere the wronged people had found an outlet, contemptuously retorted that it was unbecoming of “brotherly” peoples of the “Union” to busy themselves with such petty territorial concerns. His reforms were nothing but a last resort to save the decomposing carcass of an inhuman, corrupt, ideological, totalitarian monarchy and while the Solidarity movement in Poland gets all the credit thanks to the powerful western media for known reasons, we should not forget that Poland was not within the USSR whereas the Artsakh movement, even admitted by Gorbachev himself, was the hurricane that tumbled down the house of cards known as the Soviet Union.

        Desperate last measures and tasteless propositions of reform for Artsakh and the Armenians of fake “Azerbaijan” could not have any real effects anymore. The barbaric yet meticulously calculated response of the “Azeri” Turks in Sumgait that revealed their incapability of becoming civilized even under the most “moralistic” of philosophies left no room for hope for the Armenians that they could survive, let alone lead a decent life, under sadistic Turco-Tatar oppression.

        The refusal of initial calls for unification with Armenia and the savageries of the Tatar hordes forced the NKAO Council of Deputies, in accordance with the Soviet law regarding the right for self-determination for subjects of the national-state system of the USSR, to pass a resolution promulgating the withdrawal of NKAO from “Azerbaijan” SSR, on July 12, 1988.

        The very next day the “Azeri” SSR rejected the motion on grounds of its contradiction with the interests of Armenian and “Azeri” peoples of the “Azeri” Soviet Socialist Republic, a blunder they corrected the following day by replacing the Armenian and “Azeri” peoples of AzSSR with that of the NKAO.

        The former decree acknowledged that since after the adoption of the fake “Azeri” nationhood all the Muslim minorities had been assimilated with the Turks, though superficially, the only two main nations of the “Azeri” SSR were none other that Armenian and “Azeris”. By the “correction” of the muck up, they overlooked the rights of the Armenians of the AzSSR republic and heralded their ethnic “cleansing”, already started in Sumgait and which went on for the following three years. This blatant instigation of hostilities is completely ignored by certain western history falsifiers, who after smelling the oil, yowl the jarring tunes of the “Azeri” squealers accusing Armenia of aggression and occupation, unwilling to see the present situation is nothing but the consequence of violent Turkic actions.

        The Armenian SSR Supreme Council responded to the earlier NKAO resolution (Feb. 20, 1988) with a decision to accept the request for the assignment of the Oblast from AzSSR to the ArmSSR on July 15, 1988, a legal move in full compliance with the USSR law. Predictably the pro-Turkish Bolshevik dictatorship had an excuse to deem this decree impossible on baseless grounds of inviolability of the borders of the union without the consent of one of the parties, having “forgotten” about the capricious changes of the borders of the Armenian SSR in favor of “Azerbaijan” SSR throughout the miserable existence of the Red Tyranny. This gave the Tatars free paws to carry out more acts in line with the Turkish instincts.

        Mock resolutions were passed pretending to amend the existing grievances, but to no avail. They just inflamed the bloodthirsty wolves to commit more acts of barbarity. The May 6, 1989 decree of the bear to withdraw industrial enterprises of NKAO from AzSSR subordination was replied by the destruction of the statues of Armenian heroes in Shushi and imposition of a blockade on NKAO and the Armenian SSR; the opening of the ancient Gandzasar monastery for the first time in Soviet history was met with assaults and shootings of people in Stepanakert; the so-called status of special governance for NKAO was revoked in a session aiming at enlarging the powers of the same, end November 1989 when the Armenians of Gandzak were being liquidated; the adoption of the reunification of NKAO with ArmSSR on December 1, 1989 entailed the burning of the magnificent Kazanchetsots church in Shushi on the 20th of that month. Either way, the Armenians have had to pay dearly and any act of self-defense against the Turkish hyenas is viewed by the western Turkophile propaganda machine in whatever disguise as breach of “human” rights.

        The largest monster on the planet could not bring itself to right the wrongs of its own doing for the tiny Artsakh and the only way out, the lesser evil was chosen. Artsakh was to become an independent state in the first stage of the new era of the saga, until one day humanity will have the grain of integrity to accept its reunification with motherland Armenia when it will once again become part of the land it has always belonged to for thousands of years.

        The Lenin-Kemal treachery had paid off in the end when symbolized by Baku massacres in 1990 and the Ring Operation in 1991, the Armenians of southeast Caucasus were finally thrown out of their homes and the oil route from Baku was “cleaned” of the undesirable elements able to compete with the ravenous western plunderers.


        • #14
          And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

          The “Azeri” Response: Genocide and War

          As clearly as it can be observed from the moment of counterfeiting of bogus “Azerbaijan”, the aim of Turkey was the prevention of the liberation of Armenian territories not under Ottoman yoke and expansion of Armenia eastwards whereby a strong Armenian state would endanger the delirious, nonsensical pan-Turkist ideal in which no such state had the right of existence.

          As absurd as this bigoted ideology is, given that firstly, the communication facilities of today have eliminated the necessity for any actual territorial continuity for groups of same ethnic origin living in different countries and secondly, even if Armenia did not exist there would still be the greatest lake in the world that separated the Turkic groups, the Turk has not abandoned this sick dream and the events that happened since 1988 have come to confirm this.

          Genocide and war which were perpetrated against Armenia in an era of the USSR on the verge of collapse and afterwards, with direct orders and help from Turkey using the pretext of totally nonviolent Armenian protests, show to what degree the Turks feared the strengthening of a rising albeit weak yet independent Armenia, where the terrible wrong committed in 1921 could, only partly, be made right by the unification of Artsakh to the motherland. The more justice for Armenia, a bit more the pan-Turkist ogre dies which is a good thing not only for the Armenians but for Iran, human civilization and the Turks themselves.

          By waking up from the fabricated Ataturk fairytale dream of the inventors of genocide being the progenitors of all ancient civilizations, there is the chance that the Turk will gradually acquire the human traits such as shame, guilt, remorse, honesty, modesty, sincerity and will become part of civilized human society, otherwise it will only be a matter of time that Turks will claim every territory on this planet by the extension of these fables once there is no more Armenia.

          First of all there is the real Azarbaijan (Atrpatakan) that with its Turkish speaking Iranian population will be annexed to the fake nonentity that stole its name for this very purpose. The dismantling of Iran comes up every now and then in western media especially in relation with the new division of the so-called Middle-East.

          Later, when probably a passed 100 million Turkey is allowed in the EU, they will turkify Europe in a couple of centuries at most, which will occur much faster than the turkification of Armenia and Asia Minor that demanded a time span of nine centuries, forced assimilation and physical extermination of the indigenous peoples.

          Suffice that Turkish men marry European women where as a consequence the woman is Islamized and the offspring almost always adopts the Turkish identity as a result of the total disappearance of all positive nationalistic beliefs (or beliefs of any sort) in Europe and the false political correctness they have been fed for the last decades. The high birthrate of the Turks in contrast with the declining population of indigenous Europeans will slowly but surely end in the “peaceful” turkification of Europe, what the Ottomans were unable to carry out with war. It is not for nothing that when the green light was given to Turkey in December 2005 for the commencement of talks to “integrate” the sick barbarian into European civilization, Abdullah Gul, the foreign minister of Turkey of the time admitted that Turks had been waiting for that event for five hundred years.

          After Europe, it will be the turn of north Americas. Since Turks have proved beyond an epsilon of doubt that Eskimos and Native Americans are Turks, of course without the slightest necessity for proof, nor challenged by any scholar when such rubbish is produced even in reputable western universities, it will not surprise anyone when they demand “usurped” Turkish territory from Canada and the United States.

          If these thoughts seem farfetched then the reader is kindly asked to do some research into the history of the Ottoman Tyranny: read real books from real historians from all ethnicities and eras, not Ataturk fables. The Turkish internet forums are also a good place to be acquainted with pan-Turkist mindset of the majority of Turks today. But let us see how far the Turk goes for expanding its territory, the real reason for the unending and unpunished genocide of the Armenian nation whose home this creature has decided to devastate and where it is determined to stay at any cost.


          • #15
            And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

            (Pogroms part I)

            Sumgait (Sumgayit, Soumgayit)

            The civilized demonstrations in Artsakh and Armenia in protest to seven decades of tyranny under illegal “Azeri” rule were answered in full Turkish tradition. The first Turkish artistic outburst in an endless series after the 1988 rallies was produced in Sumgait, an industrial city built mainly by Armenian efforts, north of and not far from Baku, in February 1988.

            During three consecutive days starting February 27 thousands of Armenian residents of the town went through hell when the “Azeri” bashi-bozuks armed with rods, bats, axes, knives, bottles and fuel cans, unhampered and in broad daylight, broke into the previously identified houses and apartments of Armenians.

            The hysterical mob attacked helpless people, beat up, raped, tortured and burnt them alive. More than 200 apartments, many shops and cars were ransacked and destroyed.

            The whole genocidal act was carefully planned, executed and the mess was quickly cleaned up. The militia did not move a finger to stop the thugs and even helped them in some cases. Despite the cover-up every point presented below has been confirmed by numerous eyewitnesses.

            The planned nature of the affaire can be deduced from the facts that the Armenian employees were sent home so that the employers could wash their hands of any damage to the Armenians in the workplace. Telephone lines of the apartments where Armenians lived were disconnected during the horror. Appeals for help fell on deaf ears or the advice was: “stay at home” so that the homicidal barbarians would arrive and commit the gruesome acts Turks are best at. Roads to Sumgait were blocked by the military that checked every car. To determine the Armenians their accent was checked, men were forcibly controlled to see whether they were circumcised and the Armenian passengers were shot on the spot.

            After the genocidal act, the apartments were restored by the town municipality before any “investigation team” arrived at the scene. Even after their arrival no effort was spared to conceal the identities of the perpetrators, nor were the Soviet authorities really interested in punishing the thugs and dismissed the monstrosity as a series of unrelated criminal acts. It was Gorbachev who had refused the plea of the Armenians for the reunification of Artsakh with Armenia after all. Stronger still, the barbarity could not have been done without the blessing of Moscow, to send a signal to the Armenians and remind them that half a million of them lived in fake “Azerbaijan” and they could be hurt if they did not stop the protests in Artsakh and ArmSSR.

            Since the whole thing happened in “Azeri” territory, the number of victims was reduced to 27 dead and 12 cases of rape, while it is known that hundreds were severely injured and disabled and about 18,000 Armenian residents of the town with a population of 250,000 became refugees. As usual, the Turkish savagery was ignored and the impunity paved the road for further acts of genocide without the fear of accountability.

            Sumgait Testimonies

            London Times, 12-March-1988
            Christopher Walker, Times’ correspondent in Moscow

            A Muslim mob broke into a maternity ward in the Azerbaijani city of Sumgait during ethnic rioting, disemboweled pregnant Armenian women and killed babies, according to a chilling account of the recent violence provided by the first independent witness to return from the city, now under military curfew and closed to foreigners. Andrei Shilkov, an editor of the Soviet underground journal Glasnost, yesterday painted a horrific picture of atrocities he alleged had taken place in the city late last month.

            While KGB agents monitored his flat, Mr. Shilkov, aged 36, told newsmen inside that he had been informed by different residents, including Russians with no particular ethnic axe to grind, that Armenians had been flung into the streets by rampaging mobs of Azerbaijanis.

            The worst single incident in the violence on February 28 and 29 is said to have occurred in a maternity hospital. Mr. Shilkov quoted an account provided to him by an Azerbaijani nurse who had been working there but who had now left the city in disgust at the events which she witnessed.

            “The killers broke into the maternity hospital and doctors were made at knifepoint to show them where the Armenian women were lying,” Mr. Shilkov told the shocked correspondents. “They disemboweled them all in a bloodbath. The new babies were held by the legs and swung and smashed against the wall and then thrown out of the windows.”

            …“I spoke with an Azerbaijani woman whose upstairs neighbors were Armenians”. She saw the mob throw the Armenian daughter, a young girl, out of the window. When they realized that she was not dead, they threw a heavy wardrobe down on top of her to kill her.

            D. Zarbaliyev son of an Interior ministry official testified: “The militia knew everything”.

            Andrei Sakharov: “No half measures, no talks about friendship of peoples can calm down the people. If someone doubted this before Sumgait, then after this tragedy no one has the moral right to insist on maintaining NKAO under the territorial jurisdiction of Azerbaijan”.

            Gandzak (Ganja, Gianja, Kirovabad (Soviet naming))

            Gandzak, a city in the historic Armenian province of Utik, is situated on the banks of the River Kur. The “Azeri” part of the city is on the left bank of the river where according to the common discriminatory policy in Soviet times all the strategically crucial constructions including the airport, industrial and administrative buildings and department stores were built. Just like everywhere else this was aimed at driving the Armenians who used to live on the right bank of the river, out of their homeland, a goal which they achieved more rapidly by perpetrating genocide and war using the pretext of Armenian peaceful protests.

            The quick growth rate of Turks had changed the demographic makeup of Gandzak to their benefit as well where from the total population of 280,000 in 1988, at least 40,000 and according to different sources up to one third of the total were Armenians.

            While their bloodthirsty siblings were quenching their unquenchable thirst for Armenian blood in Sumgait, hundreds of man-shaped wolves under protection of the militia officers invaded the Armenian sector of the town, smashed doors and windows of Armenian houses and molested Armenians in the streets.

            Again just like in the case of Sumgait lists of addresses of Armenian were being prepared by the authorities and a cross was drawn on houses where Armenians lived.

            On 21st of November, 1988 “Azeri” students (mind you!) started a scientific excursion in the form of a rally in Lenin Square early in the morning, attracting more genocidal bugs of the same species until noon. Hate speeches were delivered by extermination experts to heighten the instinctively violent senses of the two legged beasts of prey and after the intellectual ingestion the crowd armed with rods and stones started the practical part of the workshop in the afternoon.

            The Turkic merry making began as they hit the Armenian part of the town. To ensure the progenitors of the “students” that no harm could befall their loved ones, they had the kind company of the militia. In the manner of their ancestors they razed everything to the ground.

            The thugs met some resistance and the following days saw more of the same: curfew was announced, Armenians fleeing the “Azeri” part of Gandzak arrived, Armenian monuments were destroyed, the church was desecrated, Armenian patients, notwithstanding how serious their condition, were thrown out of hospitals, all Armenian employees were dismissed, banks refused to serve them, travel agencies refused to sell tickets to them and tore their passports, telephone lines were disconnected, gas and water supplies and transport were suspended in the Armenian sector; in a word, for a whole week the usual Turkish behavior was displayed in full colors with the following official statistics as the icing on the Turkish baklava:

            18 murdered; 11 Raped; 60 missing; 74 severely injured; 4500 refugees; 1376 ransacked apartments; 20 stolen and 24 burnt vehicles, all this for what?

            All the evidence concerning the assaults, photos of the criminals, testimonies which were passed to the commandant’s office disappeared “mysteriously” and the Soviet authorities refused to help the Armenians, rather decision was taken to drive them out of Gandzak. Most of their houses were usurped by “Azeri” plunderers and some sold theirs at ridiculously low prices.

            The unjust delineation of the boundaries of Artsakh under Soviet “Azerbaijan” had left many Armenian populated districts out of the NKAO (the so-called Nagorno Karabakh Autonomous Oblast). Those, as well as the 40,000 Gandzak Armenians were forced out of their homes using the brutal methods described above.

            But the atrocities did not stop there. 215,000 Armenians were still living in Baku who also had to leave so that “no Armenians were left in Baku anymore” to endanger the business of the greedy international oil corporations.
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            • #16
              And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

              (Pogroms part II)


              The impunity of the Sumgait and Gandzak bestialities and the tacit support of the conniving champions of “Human Rights” and “Democracy” encouraged the already ferocious Turk to do to Armenians, with more gusto, what they have been doing since the ill day they appeared in the region.

              During the winter months of 1988 Armenian populated rural areas throughout fake “Azerbaijan” were being ethnically “cleansed”. The aggression against Armenian civilians had already forced most of the Armenians out of Baku.

              The state organized pogroms against the Armenians of Baku started on January 12, 1990. The following day a huge rally was held in Lenin Square. The eerie name of this monster, who in a wild orgy with Kemal had offered 60% of the recognized Republic of Armenia to the Turks in 1921, making him the real responsible for all these savageries, comes up yet again. The mob counting tens of thousands parted in different directions and the customary Turkish barbarity began. 33 were brutally slaughtered, mutilated, pregnant women disemboweled and burnt in the first three days of the massacres according to January 16, 1990 issue of Izvestia. Massacres went on until January 20th, with an estimated death toll from 150 to 300.

              The Armenian husband of an “Azeri” woman was hacked into pieces: “he was crying “Kill me”; I was tied up and could only cry “Kill him.” I asked them to kill my husband to rid him of his painful death” she testified.

              A leader of the Azerbaijani People’s Front E. Mamedov said at a press-conference in Moscow: “I personally witnessed the murder of two Armenians near the railway station. The crowd poured petrol on them and burnt them alive. It was about 200 meters far from the regional Militia Department. There were about 400-500 soldiers of interior forces, but no one tried to put cordons around the region and disperse the crowd”.

              The Ring Operation

              The plan for grabbing Shahoomian (Shahumian, Shaumian also written with y instead of i) was made in early 1991. The “Azeris” distributed leaflets shamelessly demanding the territory from the Armenians who were openly told to leave.

              The population of 24 Armenian villages of Artsakh was deported starting from April 30, 1991 with the help of USSR army breaking into Martunashen and Getashen using tanks and helicopters.

              In the spring of 1990 “Azeris” would coerce the inhabitants of Armenian villages into selling their houses changing the demographic picture of the region. Later, end August, the “Azeri” deputy minister of the interior ordered the people of Getashen to leave, whereby they passed an illegal resolution to consider Getashen part of Khanlar.

              January 13, 1990, 17.000 Azeris attacked the villages of Kamo, Azat and Kushchi Armavir.

              January 14, the Presidium of the Supreme Council of Azerbaijan decided on the unification of the Armenian-populated Shahoomian and the “Azeri”-populated Kasum-Ismailovsky into one region called Goranboy to force the Armenians out. At that time, at least 82% of the 20,000 population in Shahoomian were Armenians.

              April 16 Mutalibov proposed the deportation of the population of Getashen and Martunashen.

              April 23 Getashen and Martunashen were under siege by the Internal Forces of the USSR and the Russian Army followed by proposals to Armenians to sell the territory on April 28 and the whole region came under fire of helicopters and tanks and the attack of “Azeri” OMON (special task units of the militia) on April 29 and 30, massacring civilians. The criminal operation went on until early June.

              The expulsion of the Armenians from these 24 villages in Artsakh was confirmed among others by testimonies of the representatives of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan, N. Talibov.

              The decision to set up an armed resistance against “Azeri” aggression was taken on June 19, 1991 by the Nagorno Karabakh Executive Committee of the Regional Council.


              The Jewel on the crown of “Azeri” bestiality must be the senseless mutilation of Armenian inhabitants of Maragha, a village in the Martakert region of Artsakh. The village was later united with Margoushevan and called Leninavan which had a population of 4,110 in early 1989.

              The “Azeri” army attacked and reduced Maragha to ashes on April 10, 1992 massacring, dismembering and burning more than 100 innocent villagers. 45 civilians including 9 children and 29 women were taken hostage. A later attack added to the casualties where 30 women and 20 elderly were among the slain.

              The Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords of the British Parliament, Baroness Caroline Cox testifies:

              “On April 10, 1992, forces from Azerbaijan attacked the Armenian village of Maraghar in northeastern Karabakh. The villagers awoke at 7 a.m. to the sound of heavy shelling; then tanks rolled in, followed by infantry and civilians with pick-up trucks to take home the pickings of the looting they knew would follow the eviction of the villagers. Azeri soldiers sawed off the heads of 45 villagers, burnt others, took 100 women and children away as hostages, looted and set fire to all the homes, and left with all the pickings from the looting. I, along with my team from Christian Solidarity Worldwide, arrived within hours to find homes still smoldering, decapitated corpses, charred human remains, and survivors in shock. This was truly like a contemporary Golgotha many times over.”

              The fact that in response to all these atrocities no reprisals against the “Azeris” took place anywhere throughout the Republic of Armenia speaks for the Armenian patience and humanity, making the disgusting Khojaly lie even more cynically repulsive.

              While the wolves have this sole fabricated incident in their fraudulent pack of whining cards plus the western media to amplify the hoax behind them, let it be known that besides Sumgait, Baku, Gandzak, Shahoomian, Getashen, Martunashen, Maragha and Shushi, pogroms were perpetrated in the Armenian towns and villages of Hadrut: Jraberd (Agbulag), Karing (Arpagyadouk), Banazur, Karmrakar (Binyatlu), Sarelanch (Jilan), Arevshat (Dolanlar), Myulkyudara, Petrosashen, Spitakashen, Tzamdzor, Dzor, Khandzadzor (Agjakend) Arakel; further in Voskepar, Karintak, Karachinar, Buzluk, Horek (Talish), Manashid, Nidj, Berdadzor, Hinshen, Tas-Verst (Tzakhkadzor), Khandzk, Hin-Tagher, Kichan, Kajavan, Karaglukh, Togh, Shurnukh and in the last surviving Armenian village in occupied Nakhijevan by 1989, Znaberd (Aznabyurt) as well as in Shamkhor, Shamakhi, Sheki, Zakatali, Chardakhli, Mingechaur and everywhere else throughout fake “Azerbaijan” where Armenians lived.
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              • #17
                And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

                The Khojaly Incident Scam

                Khojaly, Khojalu, Khodjali, Xojali, Xocali, Hocali, etc. from khoja Ali (khoja/khodja, khajeh خواجه in Persian meaning distinguished man, also eunuch), originally a village in Artsakh populated by Armenians, an “Azeri” village of the same name was later created nearby which grew to become a town. This was a common practice among many others in Soviet “Azeri” policy to drive Armenians out of Artsakh. The new villages were built near strategic locations such as riverheads to illegally appropriate the control over water resources and ruin the agriculture for the Armenians.

                An attempt to understand Turkish inhumanity

                The Turk is a strange creature. As an Armenian I have never quite understood the reason for the infinite hatred of these invading squatters who have used and abused the indigenous Christian peoples of Armenia, Asia Minor and the Balkans for centuries. While they did not succeed in turkifying the Eastern European nations under their yoke, their venomous rancor against the Christians, especially the Armenians who were the most numerous and besides the Greeks, the oldest civilization of all the subjugated nations, calcinated their physical existence and reduced their spiritual heritage to ashes wherever Turks could lay their paws on.

                The Armenian history is one of an uphill struggle of a peaceful, hard working and cultural nation to maintain their national identity and revive their statehood whenever, and that was often, it had been subjected to ruthless invaders and occupiers.

                Since early days of history Assyrians, Medes, Achaemenid and Sassanid Persians, Greeks, Romans and Arabs have attacked and plundered Armenia and have forced their rule, almost exclusively through treachery, since none were able to defeat the Armenians spiritually or on the battleground.

                Usually, they would cunningly invite the Armenian king to a banquet and stab or poison him to death, like in the case of king Antiochus Yervanduni of Commagene and Artavazd II who was kidnapped by Mark Anthony to Egypt and was executed, or king Pap of Armenia who refused to obey Roman dictates and was savagely butchered at a Roman dinner table, or Arshak II who had done priceless service to the Sassanid king Shapur II, who he blinded and imprisoned for life in the Anhush tower, or the invitation of 800 Armenian princes and notables in 708 AD for talks and their burning in churches in Nakhijevan by Muhammad ibn Marwan the caliph’s governor of Armenia…

                Examples abound, but nothing like what befell the peoples west of the Caspian starting from the 11th century AD had ever been experienced. The historians’ descriptions of the inhumanity of the marauding Turkic hordes sound like most horrific nightmares and were they not confirmed by all the chroniclers of the peoples of the cradle of civilization, one would think the given author was the founder of surrealistic literature.

                Contrary to pro-Turkish falsifiers, the Armenian nation was formed in Armenian Highland, otherwise, a shred of evidence proving their origin from somewhere else must have been found by now. The idea is to twist history 180 degrees attributing the intruding nomadic Turks the status of the indigenous inhabitants of the lands they occupy, despite mountains of evidence chronicled by all the nations west of the Caspian that prove beyond doubt that the disastrous Turkic influx into the region started after the 11th century AD.

                The Armenians were living in their homeland since the dawn of history, minding their business while they were frequently being invaded by Assyrians, Medes, Persians, Romans and Arabs among others. But then they came...

                The various Ural-Altaic intruders brought nothing but death, destruction, subjugation, slavery, terror, rape, pillage, plunder, stealing of women and children and genocide and stopped the natural progress of the industrious Armenians. In return the Armenians gave them everything: they almost built their Empire of Rape, fought their wars in form of janissaries: sons of Christians, mostly Armenians stolen when they were usually under ten, converted to Islam and brought up as ruthless fighters to oppress and kill their own. Being better in business they ran the Ottoman economy. The Armenian farmers took care that the lazy Tatar stomachs were full while their own backs broke under unbearably heavy taxes of all sorts sometimes even reaching 200% of their product. They even provided the Turks with genes to lose their Mongoloid features.

                Armenians pioneered every single western idea in the fields of art, philosophy, politics, culture, science, industry, etc. Since they risked their tongues being cut off if they spoke Armenian, for 250 years the latest western books of all kind were translated into Turkish, written with Armenian alphabet, to enlighten the people in mainland Armenia. The Turkish elite also read those books which influenced the evolution of the Turkish language that acquired new words and expressions from European languages turning their backward, nomadic gibberish into a modern tool of speech and writing.

                Armenians since Sinan, the founder of Ottoman architecture and the greatest Ottoman architect of all time, until the Balian family, built their mosques, bridges, schools, hospitals and palaces for centuries, the same palaces in whose harems their sultans raped stolen Christian women… Yet in the end, when they thought they did not need the “goose that laid golden eggs” anymore, they gave the Armenians genocide for thank you.

                One wonders if in a moment of contemplating the reason for its presence on other peoples’ homeland, the following thoughts ever occur to this strange creature, the Turk:

                “Did the Armenians ask the Turks to invade their home?
                Did the Armenians ask, after 4000 years of civilization, the Turks who were in the lowest stages of evolution, to come and rule over them?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to subjugate this highly civilized ancient nation and become their masters?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to come and stop their progress?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to come and destroy their farmland, churches, monasteries, cemeteries, towns and cities?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to treat them like their reaya?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to settle the Kurds in Armenia to harass them for 500 years to make sure the Armenians would never summon up enough force to raise their heads and liberate their homeland from their barbaric yoke?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to steal their children for 500 years for janissary?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to change the name of their country, provinces, cities, towns and even flora and fauna?
                Did the Armenians ask the Turks to still squat in their home after they exterminated the landlord?”

                None of this ever occurs to 99.99% of the Turks if we are to judge by the aggressive reactions to the mention of the Armenian Genocide coming from the bulk of Turkish society from top to bottom. Turks constantly accuse the Armenians of treason and justify the “deportation” of the whole nation from all over the empire under the pretext of the danger from the Armenians to join the Russians. A preposterous claim since the enemy operated on front lines not inside the country, if there ever was the slightest fear from all the women, children and the elderly who were driven to their deaths, the able-bodied men having been recruited and taken care of earlier.

                The handful desperate acts of self-defense especially that in Van, have enraged the Turk that is incapable of tolerating Armenians not thankfully submitting their necks to the cold blade of their scimitar. Such acts of self-defense are always claimed as proof of disloyalty of the Armenians (disloyal to the murderous occupiers?) and justification for their slaughter. The same kind of accusations comes from the other variant, the “Azeri” Turks howling to the world that the Armenians committed genocide against the “Azeris” in 1905-1906 (mind you they were still called Tatars) when the Armenians were defending themselves against the Tatar hordes that were killing and looting the Armenians in Baku, Nakhijevan, Artsakh and beyond.

                The total insensitivity to their bloody past is what gives us the assurance that the Turk has not yet acquired a range of human traits civilized nations have come to absorb perhaps since ten thousand years or so: remorse, guilt, shame, compassion, honesty, modesty, sincerity, truthfulness, conscience, objectivity, self-criticism, sympathy and understanding for the suffering of others, the ability to share others' pain, the ability to value achievements of civilization such as works of art, places of worship, manuscripts, cities, etc., all characteristics that have separated the humans from beasts.

                Exactly this utter shamelessness is what frustrates the Armenians most: the brazenness to project all their vices on the Armenians and play the victim. Turks kill, destroy, demolish, desecrate, exterminate, pillage and usurp what is Armenian and accuse the Armenians of the same.


                • #18
                  And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

                  The Greatest
                  Tragedy in the
                  History of the
                  the insignificant


                  The genocidal acts of the “Azeris” in Sumgait, Baku, Gandzak, Maragha, Shamkhor, Shamakhi, Karintak, Shushi, Hadrut, Getashen, Berdadzor, Sheki, Voskepar, Zakatali, Chardakhli, Shahoomian, the “Ring” operation, etc., from 1988 to 1992 that drove over 400,000 Armenians out of their homes which were appropriated by the “Azeri” plunderers are conveniently “forgotten” by the Turks and the West, yet a totally insignificant wartime incident is blown out of proportion and attains the magnitude of the greatest intergalactic tragedy in the history of the universe…

                  The insignificant Khojaly incident scam is the sole “winning” card in the possession of a losing “Azeri” aggressor after they failed to shake the resolve of the Armenians of Artsakh to rid themselves of the destructive Turco-Tatar yoke, unlawfully imposed upon them for seventy years by Bolshevik and Kemalist rogues after their bestial, blood drinking orgy that chopped off 60% of the Republic of Armenia of the day (minus the four vilayets to be returned to the Armenians according to Woodrow Wilson’s arbitration) and offered it to the Turks without negotiating with the landlord.

                  Despite genocidal acts and the subsequent all-out war instigated by the “Azeri” army, the Armenian volunteers defended their home and succeeded in repelling the aggressors determined to wipe Artsakh from its millennia old Armenian population. The racist rant spewed by the then “Azeri” president Elchibey (Elçibey) in June 1992, that if there were any Armenians left in Karabakh by October they could hang him in the central square of Baku, is the proof that the extermination of the Armenians was minutely planned by the highest ranks in “Azerbaijani” government.

                  Fabricating a hoax that would transgress every limit of tastelessness seemed the most effective measure to the desperate “Azeri” losers to stop the successes of the Armenians in liberating a small part of their Turkish occupied territory from the genocidal Turks. Suddenly the violent all devouring wolf became an innocent lamb that was being wronged by the same people who they were shelling with Grad rockets on a daily basis.

                  Starting in 1991 the “Azeris” were using Khojaly as a launching pad for artillery and rocket fire on nearby NKR capital Stepanakert, indiscriminately targeting civilians. Hundreds of innocent men, women and children had been killed and wounded and schools, hospitals and houses were destroyed as the result of this totally neglected war crime and Artsakh airport, vital for communication with the outside world and the delivery of humanitarian aid, had become inaccessible as long as Khojaly was under “Azeri” control.

                  A matter of life and death for Artsakh, Khojaly had to be liberated and in January 1992 decision was taken to neutralize the sadistic “Azeri” killing base. Using every means of informing the civilians, including TV, radio and even loudspeakers, the Artsakh authorities warned the “Azeris” of the coming counter attack and a humanitarian corridor was opened to let the civilians pass through which was duly used. The then president of fake “Azerbaijan” Ayaz Mutalibov and the mayor of Khojaly Elman Mamedov have acknowledged the awareness of “Azeri” leadership and the military base in Khojaly of this fact in diverse interviews at the time.

                  On the night of February 25, 1992 Artsakh forces started the operation and after a mere five hours they had conquered and neutralized the Khojaly base. Besides dozens of enemy combatants, the collateral loss of 11 civilians was also the low price the “Azeri” side had to pay before they had to give up their genocidal fun. Later, the remaining civilians were handed over to “Azeris” and the POWs exchanged for their Armenian counterparts.

                  Along with the civilians who used the corridor, a group of “Azeri” soldiers also fled to Aghdam (Agdam). On the way they provoked skirmishes with the defenders of the Armenian village of Nakhijevanik which resulted in deaths on both parties.

                  On February 29, 1992 journalists were flown to the “Azeri” controlled area where images of dead bodies were photographed and videotaped. On a second visit, on March 2, 1992 another batch of journalists examined the bodies and because of a blunder on the “Azeri” part to control the identities of the journalists, at least two of them who had been on the first visit noticed that some of the bodies were severely mutilated.

                  The Czech journalist Yana Mazalova was one of those on both flights and noticed the considerable alteration of the bodies on the second visit where only two days after the first demonstration, Turkish corpse art had been performed to bring the Armenians down to their genocidal level in front of the cameras and in the pro-Turkish western media controlled eyes of world.
                  The independent “Azeri” TV journalist Chingiz Mustafayev (Fuat-oghli) who had filmed the bodies on both visits realized the malevolent intent and led his own investigation. He reported his conclusion of the “Azeri” falsifications of the affair to “DR-Press”, a News Agency in Moscow. Soon afterwards, he was mysteriously killed near Aghdam, an area still under full “Azeri” control.
                  In his report Chingiz Mustafayev had stated that he had not seen a single dead body in Khojaly and only a couple dozen dead “Azeri” soldiers near Aghdam killed in the Nakhijevanik skirmishes were filmed on the first visit on February 29.

                  After the second visit on March 2, 1992, where they had noticed the mutilations Chingiz Mustafayev informed the “Azeri” president Mutalibov about the changes. Mutalibov warned him he could risk his life if he imparted the information. The prophesy came true.

                  It is especially remarkable that the main culprit in spreading the lie of a thousand dead without proof, the rascal, Thomas Goltz was present on both visits and withheld the information regarding the alteration of the corpses. This is criminal behavior that in the least should have cost him his job, yet the miscreant still holds his position and is busy earning his miserable life writing misleading articles.

                  Regarding the number of civilian casualties, the “Azeri” misinformation hasn’t stopped blowing up the figures that increase every year. It appears Turks that have a high population growth rate, breed and – since one has to be of a certain age to be able to procreate - grow up faster when they are dead. How else can one explain the fact that the 11 dead civilians soon became 100, then 163, later moving the 6 just a tiny bit to the left, the figure grew to 613, soon rounded up to 1000, sometimes later double-rounded to 2000, and presently there’s talk of 2.5 million “Azeri” victims of “genocide” by the Armenians.

                  Interestingly, Turks also cite 2.5 million casualties of “genocide” by the Armenians during WWI, when the entire Armenian nation was being driven to the desert to roast. If Armenians had the supernatural power to kill 5 million Turks, then one wonders why no Christian Armenians live in all Turkish occupied Armenian territories. Since Turks constantly diminish the number of the Armenians living under Ottoman Tyranny and beyond bringing the number down to one million, 800,000, 600,000, 300,000 to null to claim that hardly any Armenians were killed during that period and since there are absolutely no third party accounts of killings of millions of Turks, one wonders how on earth such a “small” bunch of people could muster up a genocide machine to destroy 5 million without anyone noticing it.

                  But the reducing of the number of the Armenians is bad for the Turks because the lower the number of Armenians in early 20th century, the bigger the crime, since according to countless sources the Armenians were the most numerous nation under the bloody rule of the Ottoman bandits as attested by Armenian historians, Turkish records (Risales) and European travelers.

                  Jean Baptiste Tavernier, who traveled six times in the East in the period of 1632-1668 notes: “the land stretching from Tokat to Tabriz is almost exclusively inhabited by Christians and this region used to be part of the Armenian Kingdom ...That's why it's not surprising to come across fifty Armenians for every single Muslim”. Also, in his official report for the Ottoman Ministry of Interior prepared in 1778-1780, Reis Effendi states: “the Armenians are the most numerous reaya-population in the Ottoman State”.


                  • #19
                    And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

                    (The Greatest Intergalactic Tragedy in the History of the Universe part II)

                    The scam would not have much effect if it wasn’t for the support of certain scoundrels who wouldn’t lose a night’s sleep if their deceitful acts smeared the Armenian nation, bringing them down to the level of Turkish barbarians who have been drinking Armenian blood for the last nine centuries on proper Armenian homeland and beyond.

                    To appease his Turkish wife, the dishonest scambug Thomas Goltz had a big role in fanning the stink of Khojaly hoax that has spread all over the internet creating the false image of Armenians capable of Turkic savagery. His reports to the western media where out of nowhere he made up the one thousand casualties figure, ALL of them “Azeri” civilians and ALL killed by the bad Armenians, provided the push that started the avalanche of the ever swelling lies. In addition, the videotapes of poor Chingiz Mustafayev have been abused to provoke animosity against the Armenians.

                    The issue that has been deliberately ignored is that there were 47 Armenian hostages in Aghdam among them women and children, of who only 13 came back. The remaining 34 have been missing. Another issue is that the witnesses testify that the dead were shot from a close range. The “Azeri” side also does not specify the place of the death of the alleged hundreds of civilians.

                    The Armenians could in no way have the possibility of killing the civilians from so close a distance in an “Azeri” controlled area, unless they had rifles with a barrel longer than ten kilometers or so.

                    One of the countless alleged western sources cited by the Turks goes: “Channel 4 News at 19.00, Monday 2 March 1992: 2 French journalists have seen 32 corpses of men, women and children in civilian clothes. Many of them shot dead from their heads as close as less than 1 meter”.

                    The number 32 roughly corresponds to the figure of 34 missing Armenian hostages and knowing that the “Azeris” claim about 20,000 dead during the whole conflict, here we get to the main motive why this particular event has been forced to attract the most attention. The reason the “Azeris” emphasize this incident is the ruthless mutilation and disfiguring of certain corpses, a despicable act that was committed after the 29th of February visit of the journalists.

                    That this atrocity was carried out by the “Azeris” themselves is beyond question. Chingiz Mustafayev found out, reported it and lost his life. A hypothetical assumption that the Armenians could have done it will have to suppose that knowing the falsehoods already spreading against them - even before the start of the operation - regarding the non-event, to make it look even worse for themselves, they were outrageously crazy risking their lives sneaking deep inside enemy controlled area sometime between end of February 29 and first of March to perform ritualistic acts exclusively in the line of cultureless nomadic savages and return to their posts without being noticed by any guards of the corpses or other soldiers controlling such a strategically important border.

                    The unquestionable fact is that fearing the butchered 34 Armenian hostages, whose innocent bodies were thrown onto the pile of “Azeris” to help fabricate their “genocide” thesis, would be recognized sooner or later, they engaged in their ancestral ways of artistic expression and merry making mutilating and desecrating the Armenian victims beyond recognition. Here lies the real tragedy of Khojaly: unsurprisingly it is the Armenians who got butchered and carved, yet once again the truth is twisted upside down. The murderous Turk becomes the victim of their victims.

                    The pictures of dismembered Armenian hostages taken by a murdered “Azeri” journalist with a grain of integrity coupled with falsities produced by scum like Thomas Goltz have succeeded in portraying the genocide perpetrating “Azeri” wolves as sheep mistreated by Armenian “aggressors” who did nothing but defend their lives, an unforgivable crime according to Turks that won’t settle with less than docile Armenians bowing their necks to Turkish scimitars.

                    Let’s imagine that this insignificant event happened according to the “Azeri” hoaxers. Is it not nauseatingly sardonic to compare this trivial wartime incident to the meticulously planned, total annihilation of the Armenian nation in 90% of Armenian homeland spanning at least five centuries but carried out most demonically in the periods between 1894 and 1923? Could the alleged killing of 11 Turkish “civilians”, as a result of a five hour military operation to disable the rocket launchers in Khojaly that were shelling the civilians of Artsakh day and night, amount to the monstrosities the Turkish kind inflicted on the Armenian nation ever since their granpaws and grandclaws trampled the civilizations west of the Caspian into mounds of rubble?

                    Such impudence would be a mere understatement to the Turkish brazenness. The following half-literate discharge comes from a Turkish source quoting an American senator, Don Barton: “Although from time to time, it has been called on the Congressmen to recognize “the so-called Armenian genocide” which has no ground, there has been even one word regarding to the Armenian massacre in Hocali (Khojaly H.).”

                    Unfortunately many uninformed Armenians have also been influenced by the gigantic amount of rubbish – mainly regurgitation of the same filth - that has been spread everywhere and especially on the World Wide Web. Search every Armenian forum on the internet and you will certainly come across numerous threads dealing with this unimportant wartime incident, either started by intruding Turks that think they can break into everywhere there are Armenians even in cyber space, or by an Armenian who without having studied non-Turkish sources has bought the hoax, whereas the hellish ordeal of hundreds of thousands of innocent Armenians going through a bloody house to house slaughter hundreds of kilometers away from Artsakh or Yerevan, before any war started and only in return for peaceful, civilized demonstrations, everywhere in fake “Azerbaijan” are totally ignored even on the Armenian forums.

                    Personally, I have rarely stumbled upon a forum thread about for instance, the horrific genocide in Maragha, a village north of Artsakh where only unarmed peaceful people lived and contrary to Khojaly it was not used as a military base. The barbarities were witnessed on location by Baroness Caroline Cox: ““Azeri” soldiers sawed off the heads of 45 villagers, burnt others, took 100 women and children away as hostages, looted and set fire to all the homes, and left with all the pickings from the looting”. This deliberate act of ethnic extermination is far worse than the insignificant Khojaly incident scam, yet it has not received one millionth of the attention of the latter, even by the Armenians themselves. Needless to say there is no Turkish website of any sort where the “Azeri” barbarities are scrutinized or a grain of remorse or self-criticism has been spent on these atrocities.

                    The vileness of the “Azeri” delirium has crossed every boundary of the logical where one doesn’t know whether to laugh or to wonder. The head of the “Azeri” Diaspora – yes, they have aped that as well! – has demanded that a monument be erected in Israel to commemorate the “Azeri holocaust (!)” Imagine the embarrassment of the Israeli sensitivity to the exclusive use of this term regarding the claim for its application to a non-event allegedly occurred during a five hour military operation…

                    The Khojaly lie has grown so big that even objective western commentators have fallen into the trap. In an article about the Armenian Genocide, a distinguished British journalist known for his pro-Armenian stance has recently degraded the whole Artsakh movement to a crude act of retaliation by the Armenians to get even with the Turks for the Armenian Genocide. It is astonishing that such a seemingly informed intellectual has never heard of state planned genocidal acts of the “Azeris” in Sumgait, Baku, Gandzak, Maragha, Shushi, Getashen, Shahoomian, etc., mostly perpetrated before the all-out war and the shelling of innocent civilians during the “Azeri” aggression, and believes the lies of low-life hoaxers such as Thomas Goltz, Thomas de Waal, Brenda Shaffer, Sabina Frazer, Svante E. Cornell and dregs of similar caliber.
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                      And the Fraud Had a Name, Azerbaijan: the Real, the Fake and the Absurd

                      Khojaly Appendix

                      Quotes from independent sources including “Azeri” reporters, survivors, even their presidents Mutalibov and Heydar Aliev, have confirmed that the whole thing was nothing more than a smear campaign against the Armenians. The unscrupulous Thomas Goltz also licked up the filth he had thrown at the Armenians, this time blaming the media created, classic “enemy” of the west, the Russians.

                      Heydar Aliyev, (Aliev I, the founder of the only “Azeri” dynasty in history, succeeded after his death by his warmongering whelp Ilham) the president of fake “Azerbaijan” from 1993 to 2003 admitted in April 1992, just a month after the insignificant Khojaly incident that “The bloodshed will do us good. We shouldn't interfere in the course of events”. (Bilik-Duniasi News Agency)

                      Ayaz Mutalibov the “Azeri” president in time of the event that led to his fall said in an interview with Nezavisimaya Gazeta: “however, the Armenians had left a corridor for the escape of the people.” (Nezavisimaya Gazeta, April 2, 1992) And in another in Novoye Vremia Magazine he confirmed his statement made nine days earlier: “It was evident that some people had organized the shooting for shifting the power in Azerbaijan”. (Novoye Vremia, March 6, 2001)

                      Elman Mamedov, the mayor of Khojaly: “We knew that the corridor was left for the exit of the peaceful people”. (Russkaya Misl 03.03.1992, quoting Bakinskie Rabochiy newspaper)

                      M. Safaroghli, an Azerbaijani journalist admits: “Khojaly was located in an important strategic position. Losing control over Khojaly would mean a political fiasco for Mutalibov”. (Nezavisimaya Gazeta, February, 1993)

                      Arif Yunusov, “Azeri” human rights activist thought: “The officials in Baku did not try to hide their awareness, including Ayaz Mutalibov the president of Azerbaijan …the offense on Khojaly was not a surprise” (Ogoniok Magazine, N 14-15, 1992). “The town itself and its population are willingly sacrificed for the political purposes, i.e., prevent the National Front of Azerbaijan from coming to power”. (Zerkalo, July, 1992)

                      R. Gajiyev, member of the Operating Committee of Aghdam Branch of NFA (National Front of Azerbaijan): “We could have helped the people of Khojaly because we had the resources and means. However, the authorities of the republic wanted to demonstrate to the people of Azerbaijan that they are not able to do so and ask for the assistance of the CIS Army and with the help of the latter also neutralize the opposition”. (Izvestia, April, 1992)

                      Tamerlan Karayev, the former Chairman of the Supreme Council of “Azerbaijan” testifies: “The tragedy was perpetrated by the Azeri authorities”, in particular, “some of the top officials”. (Mukhtalifat, April 28, 1992)

                      Megapolis-Express wrote: “It is impossible not to admit that if the National Front of Azerbaijan had in fact defined far-reaching goals, it succeeded in addressing them. Mutalibov is compromised and forced out of his post, the international community is in shock, the Azeris and their brotherly Turks believe in the so-called “genocide of the Azerbaijani people in Khojaly”.” (Megapolis-Express, N17, 1992)

                      Letter from Eurasia: The Hidden Russian Hand by Thomas Goltz (the scambug with a Turkish wife who invented the Khojaly hoax)
                      Foreign Policy, No. 92 (autumn, 1993), pp. 92-116
                      This article consists of 25 page(s).

                      Far from admission to forgery or an attempt to silence his guilty conscience (if he has any) the villain tries to implicate the Russians in the perpetration of the alleged carnage. He does not miss a chance to degrade Armenia to a weak puppet of Russia and attributes the success of the Armenians to ruthless Russian mercenaries alone. Interestingly enough he shuts his muzzle regarding the Afghan mujahedin, Al Qaeda and Chechen terrorists, Ukrainian and other Slavonic mercenaries, etc., used by the “Azeris” against the Armenians nor does he want to remember the Ring Operation where the Russian army helped the “Azeris” to force the peaceful inhabitants of 24 Armenian villages out of their homes, the true beginning of “Azeri” war on Artsakh, a full year before the Khojaly incident scam.

                      “Finding a smoking gun is difficult, though there are bullet casings lying all around. The most celebrated case to date is that of six Russian nationals who were picked up by Azerbaijani security forces while on a surveillance mission in Karabakh in September 1992… They said they had nothing personal against the citizens of Azerbaijan, but rather had been tempted by cash bonuses offered by Armenians and were fighting in FOREIGN POLICY Karabakh for nothing less than the love of money.

                      The personal histories of the six, too, seem identical: Sons of typical working-class homes scattered across the Russian steppe, they were all drafted in late 1991, just as the USSR was falling apart and morale in the former Soviet armed forces was at an all-time low. Desertions--especially by non-Russians---grew to an all-time high. I saw many such youths pass through Balm during the late fall of 1991 and spring of 1992, making their way from units in Karabakh to their homes in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine.

                      Finding a smoking gun is difficult, though there are bullet casings lying all around. But these six were Spetmaz, not deserters from their units in Karabakh; they had formed a new unit to fight there after having departed their usual barracks on the base of the Russian 7th Army in Yerevan. It is at that point that the connections become interesting but murky.

                      According to the testimony of the six before and during their trial, their unit was commanded by a Captain Katanja, reportedly a relative of Major General Nevorov, second in command of the 7th Army. The 7th's chief then was General Theodor Rayut. Rayut is now in charge of all Russian forces based in the Caucasus; his headquarters are in Georgia--a republic currently beset by its own problems with "rogue" Russian soldiers.

                      According to the trial testimony of the men, in the spring of 1992 Captain Katanja introduced the recruits to a Colonel Jena, a Russian Spetmaz officer who had served in the 366th Motorized Rifle Regiment that had been based in Stepanakert. Both Azerbaijan and Armenia accused that regiment of taking sides according to the political winds blowing from Moscow during the early days of the Karabakh conflict.

                      The 366th was officially withdrawn from Karabakh after a massacre in the Karabakh town of Khodjali, on February 26, 1992, when up to 1,000 Azeri residents were killed (according to which proof? H.) and other Azeri civilians effectively cleansed from the disputed area (not a word about the Grads that were being fired from Khojaly destroying hospitals, kindergartens, schools and houses, nor Sumgait, Baku, Gandzak, Martunashen, Getashen, Shahoomian, Maragha, etc., massacres, nor mention of 400,000 Armenians “cleansed” from all over “Azerbaijan” before the “Azeris” instigated the war. H.). The Khodjali massacre was a turning point in the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, marking the end of what had largely been a guerrilla struggle between inimical neighbors and the beginning of something more like a conventional war between armies. But many points remain unanswered---especially the role of the 366th.

                      A half-Armenian, half-German photographer traveling with Armenian units on patrol the night of February 25-26, 1992, told me that the participation of dozens of tanks and armored personnel carriers (APCs) of the 366th in the attack on Khodjali was a surprise, if a welcome one for the Armenians; two Turkmen deserters from the 366th I interviewed (why only Turkmen? H.), who escaped to the Azeri town of Agdam with survivors from Khodjali, likewise confirmed that their former unit spearheaded the attack.

                      Even more bizarre was the grisly aftermath, when fleeing civilians were cut down and then mutilated in the no-man's land between the two sides (you rascal! They were mutilated after February 29 by the “Azeris” to quench Turkish sadism and to prevent their bodies from being recognized, because they were slaughtered Armenian hostages. H.). The Azeris, quite naturally, accused the Armenian forces of perpetrating a massacre; the Armenians replied that their forces had merely flushed the Azeris out of Karabakh and that the subsequent massacre of civilians must have occurred at the hands of the Azeris themselves.

                      While horrific brutality and the cynical sacrifice of one's own people by both sides (??? H.) are hardly strangers to the Karabakh conflict (are you talking from your rectum or defecating from your muzzle? H.), there is a third possibility: that the massacres and mutilations in the no-man's land were carried out by others determined to make Khodjali a point of no return in the escalation of hatred between the two peoples (aren’t you withholding information, scumbag? Weren’t you present on both shows on February 29 when there were no mutilated bodies and March 2 when they were the 32 or so mutilated corpses of the Armenian hostages? H.).

                      The evidence for that interpretation is thin, but tantalizing (so why on earth are you concealing vital evidence? H.): Two days after the massacre, Azerbaijani authorities managed to acquire a Russian military helicopter to ferry international journalists to the killing grounds. Before they could set down among hillocks littered with dead bodies, they were engaged by another military helicopter and driven away under fire.

                      Neither the Azerbaijani nor the Armenian forces operating in the area were known to control such aircraft at the time. So what is left is the strange conclusion that Russians were shooting at--or playing with--other Russians in the sky, possibly to prevent the passengers aboard the first craft from observing the activities of the rogue Russians on the ground. After Khodjali, the 366th was officially removed from Karabakh, but many of its soldiers and officers--as well as most of its equipment--stayed behind.”