January 9, 2015
Jews have constantly perpetuated their narrative of the so-called Holocaust for decades now, yet they aren’t planning on recognizing the validity of the Armenian Genocide, which occurred during the First World War in the Ottoman Empire.
Though it occurred in the Ottoman Empire, it is believed by some to have been devised by Jews and crypto-Jews. Mevlan Zadeh Rifat, a Turkish writer who published Inner Folds of the Ottoman Revolution in 1929, supports this idea:
Armenian genocide was decided in August 1910 and October 1911, by a Young Turk committee composed entirely of displaced Balkan Jews in the format of a syncretist Jewish-Muslim sect which included Talaat, Enver, Behaeddin Shakir, Jemal, and Nizam posting as Muslims. It met in the Rothschild-funded Grand Orient loge/hotel of Salonika.
Israel does not plan to recognize the Armenian genocide perpetrated by Turkey, Rafael Harpaz, Israel’s ambassador to Azerbaijan, told Azeri website Trend.
“Israel is a democratic country, everybody has two opinions, not one opinion,” Harpaz said. “The government has a very clear opinion.”
Why would Israel refuse to recognize the Armenian Genocide if it actually hadn’t been planned by Jews and crypto-Jews? I personally can’t think of a legitimate reason.