In the story from Israel Unwired that Steve Quayle linked to on his website Sunday morning they reported that the West has been totally silent as Syrian Kurds and Christians were being massacred by Islamic Turk's in Afrin, Syria, with the slaughter being carried out with the full blessings of Turkey's President Recep Erdogan and one of the latest slaughters of Christians in that region of the world dating back over many hundreds of years including the still heavily censored 'Armenian genocide'.
Why has the US government refused to officially recognize as 'genocide' the mass murder of more than 1.5 million people for over 100 years while even now-dead celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain recently stated within an episode of his TV show 'Parts Unknown' that it absolutely was genocide? We'll take a look within this ANP story at a concerning email we recently received from an ANP reader who correctly pointed out to us that Bourdain's untimely death came only weeks after the May 20th airing of the Armenian Genocide episode of 'Parts Unknown' and the still ongoing cover up of the Armenian genocide that has been happening ever since the horrific events at the very highest levels of government as we also hear from former FBI agent Sibol Edmonds in the 3rd video below.
As Infowars reported in this June 8th story, some friends of Bourdain were very concerned and even suggested foul play because Bourdain had numerous projects planned, "including the CNN star’s plan to expose the globalists’ agenda to derail world peace". Also having recently called out Hillary Clinton's 'operatives' and their 'wrath' in this May 2nd tweet, was Bourdain 'suicided', just the latest member of the 'Clinton body count'? The video directly below is Anthony Bourdain in Armenia along with System of the Down's Serj Tankian in 'Parts Unknown'. Did this video lead to his death? Much more below including a lengthy look at the Armenian genocide and a look at why the Islamo-fascist globalists are still covering up that horrific tragedy.
While the nation of Turkey claims that the mass slaughter of Armenians over 100 years ago were due to a civil war and civil unrest and reports of a 'slaughter' are part of an 'Imperialist agenda', History.com reports that most historians call this event 'a genocide': a premeditated and systematic campaign to exterminate an entire people.
Finally ending in the 1920's after mass deportations and massacres of a countless number of human beings, this History.com story reports upon the religious component behind the mass slaughter of Christians by Muslims with even Armenian children forced to convert to Islam or be slaughtered. So why does the US still refuse to recognize this slaughter as genocide? From History.com:
THE ROOTS OF GENOCIDE: THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
The Armenian people have made their home in the Caucasus region of Eurasia for some 3,000 years. For some of that time, the kingdom of Armenia was an independent entity: At the beginning of the 4th century A.D., for instance, it became the first nation in the world to make Christianity its official religion.
But for the most part, control of the region shifted from one empire to another. During the 15th century, Armenia was absorbed into the mighty Ottoman Empire.
The Ottoman rulers, like most of their subjects, were Muslim. They permitted religious minorities like the Armenians to maintain some autonomy, but they also subjected Armenians, who they viewed as “infidels,” to unequal and unjust treatment.
Christians had to pay higher taxes than Muslims, for example, and they had very few political and legal rights.
In spite of these obstacles, the Armenian community thrived under Ottoman rule. They tended to be better educated and wealthier than their Turkish neighbors, who in turn grew to resent their success.
This resentment was compounded by suspicions that the Christian Armenians would be more loyal to Christian governments (that of the Russians, for example, who shared an unstable border with Turkey) than they were to the Ottoman caliphate.
Why has the slaughter of so many innocent people, including women and children, quite literally been swept under the rug for more than 100 years? It's long been said that those who don't learn the lessons of history are bound to repeat the mistakes and as we see in the ongoing slaughter of Kurds and Christians, Turkey seems quite content committing unpunished genocide.
And while some might believe that such a slaughter of 1.5 million people could never happen in 2018 in the age of instant information via the internet, despite President Trump being in office and doing his very best to 'make America great again', Deagel.com still is forecasting the US population to take a 'genocide-like' hit within less than 7 years with their population forecast of only 100 million for the US by 2025 down an absolutely whopping 227 million from our 2017 population of 327 million.
As we had mentioned earlier in this story, back in 2017, former Soundgarden and Audioslave singer Chris Cornell put out the final solo song of his life, "The Promise", which we have embedded as the next video below. While not Armenian himself, Cornell's wife was Greek and her family was affected by the tragedy and Cornell strongly moved by the story of the Armenian people. And while we have no proof his 'suicide' was tied to 'The Promise', our reader was very concerned these untimely deaths of two people soon after they completed projects publicly exposing the Armenian genocide are linked.
Led upon 'death marches' into the desert without food and water and being driven by ruthless Ottoman empire soldiers, the claims that are still being made by Turkey that this was simply a civil war neglect to address the deeply religious component to the massacre nor do they address the full-scale slaughtering of women and children that were carried out by Muslims.
“To the angel of the church in Pergamum write: ‘I know your works, and where you dwell... where Satan’s throne is. And you hold fast to my name, and did not deny my faith even in the days in which Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was killed among you, where Satan dwells.'" Revelation 2:12
Today, all that's left of the city of Pergamum, now in modern-day Turkey, are ruins. But when the Apostle John wrote his letter to the church there, it was one of the most influential cities in the Roman Empire.
“Pergamum had a unique status that was different than any other city because it was the political center, says Rick Renner, the author of A Light in the Darkness, a study of the seven churches of Asia Minor. “It was from there that all the rulings were made that affected the whole of Asia Minor.”
Carried out starting on April 24th of 1915 and continuing for much of the following decade, the Armenian genocide was one of the most horrific events of that century and for the US government to still refuse to officially recognize the brutal slaughter of over 1 million Armenians is unthinkable and hints of danger still ahead. We challenge President Trump to do the right thing for Christians and the people of Armenia and make it official US government policy to recognize that slaughter as 'genocide'.
And while we have no proof that the deaths, allegedly by suicide, of Bourdain or Cornell were tied to their work exposing the Armenian genocide, the fact that those who carried out such attrocities are still to this day attempting to downplay the murdering of women and children hints that they intend to carry out more such massacres in the future.
For those who think that what happened to the Armenian people at the hands of Muslims from 1915 to 1923 was not genocide, we'll close this story with one more excerpt from this History.com story which details some of the horrific treatment that Armenian Christians received at the hands of Turkish Muslims just over 100 years ago.:
On April 24, 1915, the Armenian genocide began. That day, the Turkish government arrested and executed several hundred Armenian intellectuals.
After that, ordinary Armenians were turned out of their homes and sent on death marches through the Mesopotamian desert without food or water.
Frequently, the marchers were stripped naked and forced to walk under the scorching sun until they dropped dead. People who stopped to rest were shot.
At the same time, the Young Turks created a “Special Organization,” which in turn organized “killing squads” or “butcher battalions” to carry out, as one officer put it, “the liquidation of the Christian elements.”
These killing squads were often made up of murderers and other ex-convicts. They drowned people in rivers, threw them off cliffs, crucified them and burned them alive. In short order, the Turkish countryside was littered with Armenian corpses.
Records show that during this “Turkification” campaign, government squads also kidnapped children, converted them to Islam and gave them to Turkish families. In some places, they raped women and forced them to join Turkish “harems” or serve as slaves. Muslim families moved into the homes of deported Armenians and seized their property.
Though reports vary, most sources agree that there were about 2 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire at the time of the massacre. In 1922, when the genocide was over, there were just 388,000 Armenians remaining in the Ottoman Empire.
Still think that what happened wasn't 'genocide'? The 2nd video below features former FBI agent Sibel Edmonds who claims that Turkish officials have bribed members of the US Congress to deny the Armenian genocide. Showing a cover up at the very highest levels of the US government, Edmonds provides us with another look at what the globalists who are pushing for Islamo-fascism all across the world, including here in America, and who are covering up the Armenian genocide don't want us to know.
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