in Russian — https://miaban.ru/info/armenia/london-11-1-2021/
On January 11, 2021, Armenian President Armen Sarkissian published an article «Towards the «Fourth Republic»» on his official website.
Reading the articles of all the leaders of Armenia (for 30 years there were 4 presidents, 13 chairmen of parliament, 16 prime ministers — from the first prime minister Vazgen Manukyan to the current one), listening to fiery speeches, it is difficult to notice mistakes, almost always everything sounds very logical and true.
The aforementioned article the president, in particular, speaks of tactics for 25 years, which was «doomed from the very beginning», that «we lost the information war, both externally and internally» …
Of the 2,192 words (in Russian 1,696 words) in the article, the word «we» is used 41 times (in Russian 35). The word «I» — only six times (in Russian five). The word «we» is often used in phrases about losses, mistakes, failures. The word «I» is in neutral phrases. With the aforementioned traditional impeccability of the logic in the articles and speeches of the leaders of Armenia, nevertheless the reader involuntarily arises a question: does the author feel the degree of his own guilt too? Or there is no such guilt at all?
I will dwell on only one question to Armen Sarkisyan. It is known that his connections in London are very extensive. Back in the Soviet years, in 1984-1985, he taught at the University of Cambridge (Great Britain). Since 1992 — served as Ambassador to Great Britain, Europe, EU, Belgium, Vatican, in 1998-2000 — as a Special Ambassador again to Great Britain, etc. He became the president of Armenia as a matter of fact by «a direct landing from London» under the patronage of Serzh Sargsyan (btw, it became not entirely legal — meaning the factors of citizenship and residence in Armenia).
The question is about London’s role in what happened in 2020. It is not heard of this assessment from the President of Armenia. However this role was key. There are strong arguments that it was London that gave Erdogan the go-ahead for this dirty crimes. London’s globalists have given the green light to pan-Turkism for crimes against humanity and war crimes. Below are just a few facts and events — for short.
Boris Johnson (left on a picture), British Prime Minister since 2019 — his paternal great-grandfather was the Ottoman journalist Ali Kemal who was of Turkish and Circassian origin and for a some period was an Interior Minister in the government of Ahmed Okday, the last Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. And Boris Johnson’s grandfather, Osman Ali, fled to the UK, where he took the name Wilfred Johnson.
Richard Moore (pictured in the middle, friend of Erdogan):
- 2014-2017 Ambassador to Turkey
- 2018-2020 Director-General, Political in the FCDO
- since July 29, 2020 – Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6)
On 6 August 2020 the UK appoints a new Permanent Representative to the UN (and the UN Security Council) Barbara Woodward (pictured right).
September 27 2020 — A treacherous attack on the Republic of Artsakh by a terrorist coalition of Azerbaijan, Turkey, Israel and jihadists with the support of Great Britain (global cover), Georgia (transport corridor for Turkey and Israel and blockade of the way from Russia to Armenia), Pakistan and several other countries.
October 17 2020 — Closed meeting of the UN Security Council. Barbara Woodward vetoes all other permanent members’ proposal for stabilization in Artsakh.
Taking into account also other facts and events, there is a direct connection with the official London, its criminal role in the terrorist war against Artsakh. Was there any public assessment from the president? Was there a warning message to the people? After all, now he addresses the people with his articles and speeches. And why there was a silence BEFORE the war, when it was planned by London at full speed?
It would be good to see the answers to these questions on the president’s official website. If such and similar questions are not answered, self-deception in Armenia will continue. For, as Mr. A. Sarkisyan correctly writes in his article, «We had only managed to deceive ourselves.» Indeed, as much deception as there was in Armenia during these 30 years, there was probably no other place in the world. And there is a fear that this ongoing process of deception is being and will continue on new and new levels …
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