Armenian PM: Erdogan is Attempting to Reestablish the Turkish Empire

I haven’t spent a lot of time following contemporary Armenian politics, but their prime minister seems to be on point.


Heavy fighting escalated this week between Armenian and Azerbaijan forces over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh. On Friday, global leaders renewed calls for a ceasefire with French President Emmanuel Macron pressing for a fresh round of peace talks. In an interview with FRANCE 24’s Gulliver Cragg in Yerevan, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan sat down to discuss the crisis embroiling his country.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan told FRANCE 24 that Turkey would continue its expansionist footprint and its goal of  “the genocide of Armenians”.

“Armenia is the last obstacle in the way of Turkey and their expansion towards the north, and the east,” Mr Pashinyan said.

He pointed to recent evidence of Turkish aggression in the Mediterranean Sea towards Greece and involvement in Syria and Iraq.

“Turkey has a clear objective of reinstating the Turkish Empire. Don’t be surprised if that policy succeeds here, don’t be surprised if they attempt to incorporate into their empire not only the Greek islands but expand further into continental Europe. If Turkey succeeds in this, wait for them in Vienna.”

That is exactly what Turkey is doing, but it is apparently politically incorrect to say it.

Political correctness is always about preventing an open discussion of something that they don’t want talked about.

Which would imply that the media (read:Jews) is supportive of the reestablishing of a Turkish Empire.

The explanation for that would probably be pretty long.

But we’ve definitely seen a lot of indications that Jews are excited about the Islamization of formerly-Christian countries.

Understand this first: the end goal of the Jews is the total destruction of Christianity.

The short of it is probably this: secular countries can convert back to Christianity, potentially.

Islamic countries cannot convert to Christianity.

Therefore, an Islamic Europe is better than a secular Europe.