What’s the Real Story About the Armenian Genocide?

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Emmanuel Curasso

 

 

FEW PEOPLE understand the true reason the Armenian Genocide happened. The most common (and mistaken) belief is that the motivation was Turkish nationalism. The promulgation of that incorrect view is largely the work of the Jews, upon whose ethnic relations most of the blame really does fall. (ILLUSTRATION: Emmanuel Curasso)

 

Because the Armenian Genocide was prompted, not by Turkish nationalism, but by the financial interests of a Jewish banking family, the Rothschilds. Although Turkish nationalism made it easier for the Rothschilds to manipulate the situation, and whereas a certain amount of ethnic strife preceded 1915, it was the meddling of these Jewish bankers that caused the genocide itself.

 

The Rothschilds owned (since 1884) the Caspian and Black Sea Petroleum Company, which extracted oil from fields near Baku, in Azerbaijan, and shipped it over the Caucasus by rail to Batumi in FSR Georgia, thence by sea via the Dardanelles to their refinery in Fiume (a port city now called Rijeka, in Croatia) on the Adriatic. The products, including kerosene, were then sold throughout central Europe in competition with similar products sold by the Rockefeller-owned Standard Oil company. The Rothschilds wanted to eliminate ethnic conflict along the trade route, and since the Armenians were the weakest party in those conflicts, the cheapest way for the Rothschilds to get what they wanted was to eliminate the Armenians.

 

There is a photograph taken by a German officer in 1915 showing a row of young women who had been hanged upon crosses in mockery of the Crucifixion of Jesus because they had refused to convert to Islam. Many of the Young Turks’ “infantry” were, indeed, Muslims. But Jews were directing the campaign.

 

In conventional history, subject matter that is considered by the Jews to be sensitive may be presented in a way that is either almost accurate but nowhere near complete, or else it is reasonably complete but nowhere near accurate. Or it might be neither complete nor accurate, but rather an intentionally deceptive fabrication.

 

It is so with the common account of the instigators of the Armenian Genocide: the “Young Turks.” What the historical narratives commonly omit is that the Young Turks were founded by a Jew who grew up in Italy, Emmanuel Curasso. Curasso set up the Young Turks as a secret society in the 1890s, beginning in Salonika, Macedonia. Most of the Young Turks, and virtually all of their leadership, were Jews.

 

This isn’t really uncommon. The Jews have learned many tricks of political deception. They will go so far as to set up their own opposition, and, attributing its membership to other ethnicities — e.g. Muslims, Christians, racists — will later condemn these other groups for deeds that they, themselves, committed. Most of the time, the corrupted version of history goes into the school textbooks unchallenged (for a trivial example, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF5UfnhuF_c ).

 

Assisting the Rothschilds wasn’t the Young Turks’ only purpose. They also wanted to undermine Sultan Mehmed in order to facilitate the theft of Palestine by Zionist Jews.

 

Many of the Jews among the Young Turks adopted noms de guerre. For example, the real name of the Young Turk writer known as “Tekin Alp” was Moishe Cohen. Also, the editor-in-chief of the Young Turks’ main newspaper, The Young Turk, was Vladimir Ze’ev Jabotinsky, a Zionist Jew who worked as a journalist in Italy during the 1890s and lived in Odessa prior to the Armenian Genocide.

 

So, really, the blame for the deaths of 1.5 million Christian Armenians doesn’t belong to any sort of nationalism. It belongs to greedy Jews who wanted their oil business to enjoy increased profits.

 

We read in “The Armenian & Jewish Genocide Project: Eliminating Ethnic Conflict Along the Oil Route From Baku to the Suez Canal Region” by Clifford Shack:

 

Considering this brief history at the dawn of the new Oil Age, a question presents itself to the inquisitive and demanding student. To an all-powerful banking family like the Rothschilds, whose vast wealth bankrolled many a war, causing millions of fatalities… was the removal of a small minority like the Armenians a fair price to pay for the peace in a region so crucial to the development and investment of the Far East, which contained countless millions, later billions of consumers? Squeamish the Rothschilds were not, their line of work requires pragmatism to rule their day.

 

It would be fair to say that the genocide of a group of a million or so, to serve the benefit of a billion or so, is less of a question of should it be done, than how it could be done. So as not to reveal any plausible motive which could link the actual planners to the genocide, the scheme involved a proxy party, which was manipulated through layers of influence, providing sufficient cover for the planners.

 

The mere elimination of the Armenian population of Baku would not solve the problem of ethnic conflict in that region. The surrounding areas would provide reservoir effect in resupplying the conflicting minority element. [It is here interesting to note that there is no malice on the part of big business in their decision to erase a population. It is simply easier to erase a million than tens or hundreds of millions of the surrounding Moslem population.]

 

There is some exculpatory verbiage in Shack’s text.

 

“…was the removal of a small minority like the Armenians a fair price to pay for the peace in a region so crucial to the development and investment of the Far East, which contained countless millions, later billions of consumers? … It would be fair to say that the genocide of a group of a million or so, to serve the benefit of a billion or so, is less of a question of should it be done, than how it could be done.”

 

That’s misleading. Possibly Clifford Shack is confused here. Corporations in general, and most definitely the Rothschilds in particular, do not exist to serve mankind, nor even their customers. They exist to make a profit, to convey wealth to their owners, their shareholders.

 

The Rothschilds didn’t have any “greater good of mankind” motives when they began plotting the murder of the Armenians. They had their own advancement, the increase of their own wealth and power, as their incentive.

 

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