03 Oct ARMENIA IS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION
Azerbaijan and Turkey seek annihilation of the
first Christian state in the world
Bern, October 3, 2022
On the night of September 12-13, 2022, the armed forces of Azerbaijan launched a massive attack against Armenia. The offensive, aimed at eastern border towns, violated the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Armenia. Azerbaijan enjoys Turkey’s unconditional support while Russian peacekeepers in the region fail in their commitments. The independence and survival of Armenia are in question.
© Sources d’Arménie, 2022 (according to various sources) This map has been widely spread by the Azerbaijani government, showing great annexation into eastern and southern Armenia, and the creation of a pseudo-republic “Gojsha-Zangazur”. If these goals are realized and Armenia would be wiped out, the world would be left with an axis of Turkic peoples from the Balkans to Xinjiang.
During her trip to Armenia from 17th to 19th September 2022, Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives stated “Our founders stood for democracy and against authoritarianism (…). Today, from the US to the Ukraine, Taiwan and Armenia, the world faces the choice between democracy and authoritarianism. We must choose democracy once more.”
Since the 1994 ceasefire, Azerbaijan has never made peace with Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Baku regularly fires on soldiers and commits terrorism on civilians across the border. Azerbaijan’s dictator lies constantly, shifting blame for failed negotiations and ceasefire violations. It is fatally reminiscent of 1915, in the lead-up to Turkey’s slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians in the
eastern Ottoman Empire.
Today, Armenia is being asked by Azerbaijan to “stop the provocations”. Anti-Armenian hatred is a powerful bond in the Turkey-Azerbaijan alliance. The International Court of Justice recently ruled that Azerbaijan must stop abusing Armenian prisoners, still in custody from the 2020 conflict. In response, since September 13, 2022 four Armenian soldiers and a nurse have been raped and dismembered by the Azerbaijani army. Some of these barbaric acts were filmed by Azeri soldiers and shared widely on social media.
In Turkey, too, it is not considered necessary to hide intentions. Mustafa Destici, a party leader,
said on September 18, 2022, “I remind you that the Turkish nation can erase Armenia from history and geography.”
The war against Armenia is also financed from Switzerland through the purchase of Azerbaijani gas and oil by the state company SOCAR. Switzerland should recognize its political role in the South Caucasus. Although it is clear who the aggressor is, Bern insists on throwing Azerbaijan and Armenia into the same pot. The Federal Council calls on the parties to “respect international law and protect the civilian population.”
Is the Federal Council informed about who invaded Armenia? Where, in his opinion, is the difference between this invasion and that of Ukraine? Switzerland was not hesitant to condemn the aggressor there.
Abandoned by the international community, Armenia stands alone against two merged armies supplemented by thousands of Syrian jihadist mercenaries. Erdogan has made no secret of his desire to wipe out Armenia so his dream of a Pan-Turkish and Islamist power can be realized, and his leverage to blackmail Europe increases.
Turkey and Azerbaijan are working to finally complete the 1915 Armenian Genocide. Unpunished for the attack on the sovereign territory of Armenia, the war crimes, and atrocities against the local population, Azerbaijan is preparing to cut off the south and east from the rest of Armenian territory. Turkey comes to the aid of its ally by pinching Armenia from the west. This would complete the Genocide of the Armenians.