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October 6, 2020

Nagorna-Karabag = Mountainy Geography By Behcet Kaya

The Armenian Diaspora has powerful political influence in U.S. politics. They can and do buy U.S. Freshman Congressman and Senators. In other words, by backing these new and uninformed members they use them for their own agenda. Some of the Armenian backed house members include Congressmen Shift and Menendez, as well as many more.

They have done this many times. And not just members of Congress. For example, the Mayor of Glendale, California wanted to lower the U.S. flag half-way for the so-called Armenian Genocide. Of course this made the U.S. veterans angry; flying half-staff is reserved for veterans.

In 2018, the U.S. backed Nikol Pashinyan became the new prime-minister of Armenia. Pashinyon thought he had the full backing of U.S. Yes, the U.S. supported him in his quest to come to power, but that didn’t mean the U.S. would support him in international affairs. Clearly Pashinyon is an American puppet.

In the meantime, Russian President Vladimir Putin became uncomfortable with Pashinyon being the prime-minister of Armenia. Putin even warned him. But Pashinyon is half-crazy like all other Armenians and is full of hatred for all Turks.

With the Soviet Union’s disintegration, Armenia and Azerbaijan both gained their independence. But Russians have backed Armenians since then. Even today Russia has 5000 troops stationed in Armenia and their borders are protected by Russian military.

In 1994 the Armenian military committed genocide in a place called Hocali. 630 Azerbaijani men, women, and children were killed. The Armenian military, with the help of Russia, then took Nagorma Karabag. A geographical area in Cacasia which is very mountainous.

In reality the Russians turned the other way and let the Armenian military commit genocide and then take Karabag. There have been on and off wars between Azerbaijan and Armenia since then and thirty thousand Azerbaijani have been killed. One million Azerbaijani have been displaced from Karabag and moved to Azerbaijan.

It is crucial to explain the Russian motive in allowing the Armenian military to take the Karabag area. The Russians, even going back as far as the czar times, wanted a buffer zone between Azerbaijan and Turkey so that Turkish influence in the other Turkic republics in Central Asia would be reduced.

Turkey and Azerbaijan are two countries, but one nation.

Pashinyon is not a balanced man. According to him, the entire lands of Turkey are their land. Ironically, the Greeks claim the same area as theirs. Having said that, Pashinyon can easily be managed for proxy wars. Against who? Against Turkey.

So, the U.S. sees Turkish strength in the Mediterranean and that Turkey will not back down from their claim of a marine-seashore. That is why the U.S. supports excluding Turkey in the Mediterranean oil and gas consortium.

The U.S. besieged Turkey by supporting the PKK/YPG in Syria and Iraq. In the Mediterranean Sea and in the Aegean Sea the U.S. has bought Greek ports and established naval bases and port management in Dede Agac, Greece. Also in Bulgaria, Romania through NATO, as well as Georgia in the east, and Ukraine in the North.

Turkey is currently involved in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and now Greece in the Aegean Sea. The U.S. wants to open another front for Turkey in the east – that being Armenia and Azerbaijan, knowing full well that Turkey will stand with Azerbaijan.

The U.S hopes that Turkey will directly engage in war with Armenia, hence Russia will be involved. So the U.S. will kill two birds with one stone because the U.S. is not happy about the Russian/Turkish alliance.

What happened next? On July 12, 2020, Pashinyon attacked Azerbaijan lands in Tovuz where the Baku-Tiflisi Ceyhan oil pipeline, the Azerbaijan -Turkey rail road line, and the TANAP pipeline, which carries natural gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan thorough Turkey to Europe, are all located. Tovuz has strategic importance for Turkey.

The U.S. built a natural gas depot in Bulgaria aiming to sell U.S. LPG gas to Europe and to stop the Azeri/Turkmen natural gas going into Europe.

On September 27, 2020, Armenia attacked Azerbaijan again in a different front and today’s war is all we are hearing about. Now why would Armenia attack Azerbaijan again? Armenia’s economy is devastated;virtually living off support from the Armenian Diaspora in the U.S. and France. In addition, the Armenian military totally depends on Russia. Armenia’s three million people live with virtually no economy. Pashinyon’s government was being used for other purposes for U.S. and France.

France is another country that is unhappy about Turkish influence in Libya and Africa.

Azerbaijan has ten million people. Since declaring independence, Turkey has been training Azeri military from the ground up. The two countries cooperate in defense, military, economy, and in every aspect of trade. Since then the Azerbaijani military has become powerful. They have bought Russian made rapid rocket systems and Russian made tanks that have been upgraded by Israelis. They have bought Israeli made Kamikaze drones and Turkish drones and have trained in how to use them effectively.

Now Armenia is spreading misleading information on social media about Turkey sending trained Syrian troops to Azerbaijan. It is not true. Azerbaijan has more than enough troops of their own. Besides, Azerbaijani men lined up to register for the military. In comparison, Armenia settled a million PKK terrorists in Negorna-Karabag since it was taken in 1994. It is no wonder the Azeri military has superiority over Armenia.

Now Pashinyon is desperately looking for help from the U.S. and Russia, all the while lying to international media, and pleading for Turkey to stop giving Turkish drones to Azerbaijan. Russians are aware of the U.S. plans and is not helping the Pashinyon government at the present time. I do hope that both Russia and Turkey do not engage in war over Negorna- Karabag. Azerbaijan will not stop until the Karabag is freed from Armenia.