Tuesday, October 02, 2007

The Jewish Genocide of Armenian Christians and the Death Throes of Zionism

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

http://www.jewishracism.com

Historians who discuss it are assassinated. Zionist American Secretaries of State form a pressure group to prevent exposure of the crime. The ADL loses credibility over the issue. Israel does not want to recognize it. What is it about The Jewish Genocide of Armenian Christians that prompts such alarm, convulsions and organized public silence?

The investigation of this crime inevitably leads to the perpetrators, who were Jews. Could it be that some people do not want it widely known that Jewry was behind the Armenian genocide? If the Turks and Moslems can be wrongly blamed, why can't the Jews be rightly blamed?

Will Nancy Pelosi cave into the pressure and block the introduction of House Resolution 106, which recognizes the genocide? I suggest that the Armenian community redraft the HR 106, to incorporate the fact that the perpetrators, financiers, and organizers of the Armenian genocide were Jews, and that the genocide was carried out partially in pursuit of the Jewish genocidal religious myth that Armenians are Amalekites, and therefore, according to Jewish myth, must be exterminated in order for the Jews to live in peace in Palestine.

Denial of the Armenian genocide is an additional crime. Make Jewry pay a price for each new crime it commits against the Armenian People, and make no mistake about, the drive for denial and silence is being steered by Jews around the world, and by Jews and crypto-Jews in Turkey.

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