It’s time to recognise the Armenian Genocide.
You can talk about Holocaust denial, but it’s really marginal for the most part. What is compelling about the Armenian genocide, is how it has been forgotten.
He was so depressed, he tried to commit suicide by inhaling next to an Armenian.
The eyes of the Armenians speak long before the lips move and long after they cease to.
The few surviving Armenians no longer ask to go home. They do not ask for restitution. They ask simply to have the memory of their obliteration acknowledged. It is a moral obsession, the lonely legacy passed onto the third and fourth generation who no longer speak Armenian but who carry within them the seeds of resentment that will not be quashed.
Armenia is dying, but it will survive. The little blood that it still has left is precious blood that will give birth to a heroic generation. A nation that does not want to die, does not die.
Armenian is the language to speak with God.
Concealing or denying evil is like allowing a wound to keep bleeding without bandaging it,
Our strength lies in our intensive attacks and our barbarity…After all, who today remembers the genocide of the Armenians?
I’ve had lots of discussions with my Muslim brothers and sisters who have said to me, “Christianity is a white man’s religion” But I’m like, “how is that possible when Christianity went into Africa before it ever went into central Europe?” Even the first people to become a Christian nation were not Romans, they weren’t the Byzantines either, they weren’t the Greeks… the first people to claim a Christian empire were the Armenians.