“A Muslim can never commit genocide,” said Tayyip Erdogan, wannabe caliph of Turkey.
Now he changes his tune:
Turkey are to begin military operations against the Republic of Armenia – just a century after they attempted to wipe the country off the face of the earth in the brutal killing of 1.5 million of its citizens in what is known today as the Armenian Genocide.
According to Russian intelligence sources Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has voiced concerns that the 3 million population nation of Armenia has become the “greatest threat to world peace”, and has vowed to “do something about it”.
Once gaining their own nation, however, this report notes, Armenia was forced to come to the aid of the Christian Armenian’s living in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Islamic Republic of Azerbaijan—who had vowed, since 1988, to eliminate Christianity from their borders altogether, and which led to the Nagorno-Karabakh War that ended in 1994 with a death toll over 30,000 and the displacement of nearly 1 million more.
Though this war has remained a “frozen conflict” for the past 22 years, MoD experts in this report say, this past week it became “hot” when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan traveled to his $100 million American palace outside of Washington D.C. to meet with his paid Mercury LLC lobbyists—who then immediately began warning US politicians that the 3 million populated Christian nation of Armenia had now became the greatest threat to world peace known in our times.