Armenia: Secrets of a "Christian" Terrorist State

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St. John Press, 2002 - Armenia (Republic) - 382 pages
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Many Americans wonder why so much of the Muslim world hates the United States. This fascinating study points out that U.S. support of Armenia is the basis for the animosity. It refutes Armenia's claims of being a Christian state, pointing out the many terrorist acts of this self-designated republic.

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Author is just a lawyer from Hazen, Arkansas. He is not a historian, not a researcher or an eyewitness. This is his only and one book ever written.
The book is total falsification of the history
. Author might have been sympathetic to the Turkish government's desire to conceal the truth about the Armenian Genocide. The book completely ignores historic evidence and research, and bases itself on Turkish official propaganda. Also note the author just so happened to marry a Turkish woman.
The author does not try to shield the fact that he hates Armenians and has a very prejudice attitude towards them. Given that fact, this book cannot be an objective source of information about the Genocide or about Armenians. To solidify my point, here are some excerpts:
- "the religion of the Armenians is fake" and "Armenians cannot be real Christians",
- "1.5 million they claim is more Armenians than were in the region in 1915, but then the Armenians have never been known as truth tellers."
Author’s racist rhetoric is not limited to Armenia. He accuses Armenian-Americans of trying to "colonize" the United States. He writes: "Isn't it past time for all you to just go to [Armenia] and stay there? Just go home!" Are these the words of an objective scientist or historian? Can anyone imagine their university history professor making statements like "isn't it past time for all you to just go to Armenia and stay there".
 

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