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Postby Armenian on Tue Jul 17, 2007 3:56 pm

The True Face of the Armenian Assembly Revealed

Unfortunately, when we oppose the ruling administration in Yerevan, the ones that gain directly from it are those who are seeking to destroy the Armenian Republic. Sadly, the dangers that the Armenian Republic faces today come not only from Ankara, Washington DC and Baku - it also comes from treasonous Armenians.

My disgust towards the Armenian Assembly of America dates back to when they were first involved with the now infamous TARC fiasco. It is now quite obvious that the Armenian Assembly of America has been the eyes and ears of the US State Department since its inception. The Armenian Assembly has promoted many of the US Department's malicious agendas within the Diaspora and the Armenian Republic. In short, the Armenian Assembly of America can not be trusted to promote Armenian issues within Washington DC, nor can they be trusted within the Armenian Republic.

Whether is the self-righteous pompous scumbag called Van Krikorian, or the convert to Judaism the abomination called Ani Totah, or the numerous wealthy ignorants that saturate the organization, the Armenian Assembly of America is an absolute disgrace and poses a danger to the Armenian nation.

Please read this article in its entirety. I also suggest sending this link to as many Armenian email addresses as one can.

“Look out! Ethnic espionage”: Igor Muradyan about the Armenian Assembly of America

A number of controversial reports about the Armenian Assembly of America have appeared in the media of late. REGNUM has asked Armenian political scientist Igor Muradyan for comments.

“No doubt that the reports have serious grounds. You can turn down some arguments — for the authors seem to be somewhat under-informed about the developments — but certainly it is high time to call a spade a spade. First of all, you should take into account the continuing political struggle in Armenia and view the stance of the Armenian Assembly of America also in this light.”

I don't think that ethnic NGOs enjoy full independence in the US, but the point is that the Armenian Assembly of America is more than dependent. Even more, the Assembly is functionally dependent. The Assembly directors and employees don’t just look down on Armenia's political class and leaders, they look down on them with disdain. Given a whole range of serious political problems of Armenia, the Assembly is focused on the problem of its relations with Robert Kocharyan. Kocharyan has proved not very much convenient a partner for them, just because the Assembly directors are unable to consult, instruct and contact him in private on the phone. One cannot but agree with the opinion that the Assembly is facing a crisis of genre.

First, as an instrument of another state it is very much unwanted in the politics in Armenia. Second, the scope of the Assembly's lobbying has come to its limits — for within the limits of its tasks the US policy in the region is quite conforming to Armenia's interests. And so, the Assembly is forced to search for new domains. Quite enough has been said about this in the internet and so I'd better just remind some facts.

In 2001 the Assembly's board decreed “to fight Armenian nationalism.” This implies suppression of any instance of patriotism, especially over the Karabakh problem and Armenian-Turkish relations. The Assembly is discriminating towards Armenian political parties, NGOs, politicians and experts.

The employees and friends of the Assembly were set to carry out reconnaissance in Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh Republic. We know at least six citizens of Armenia and one resident of NKR whom they tried to recruit for information gathering. The above activities envisaged the following directions:

Gathering information on the state of the armed forces of Armenia, including armaments, information on senior officers, on the import of military hardware (invoice numbers, payment terms, transportation routes), receiving analytical notes on the fighting capacity of the Armenian army, information and assessment of typical conflicts inside the military command, the concerns and plans of different groups in the military circles; gathering information on the leaders and activists of political parties, the mass media and political leaders of Armenia, including economic interests, ties with foreign countries.

For example, the Assembly wanted detailed information on the economic interests of Defense Minister Serzh Sargsyan in Russia, the possibilities for discrediting him and the military command for economic or other motives. Armenian citizens were shown video pictures of Armenia's military equipment and some military commanders, photos of senior officers. Some of the videos and photos had apparently been made from a very long distance. Special interest was given to possible news about the import of air defense units, first of all, C-300, on plans to develop military aviation, on possible purchases. They were even interested in such non secret information as the parameters of dynamic steel on tanks. They paid visits to Nagorno Karabakh — formal and informal — they visited military units, talked with military commanders. The talk was friendly and candid, but they got no sensations — just stupid and thoughtless things. One NKR officer told an Assembly agent in a friendly manner — “You guys are all but profies or you cook like that in your country — you better learn a bit.”

One of the authors has already mentioned the interest of the Assembly in the military intelligence of Armenia. As a matter of fact, one of the “recruited” young experts in Yerevan says that the Assembly is very much interested in the personality of B.Azoyan. The Assembly believes the exposure of the director of the military intelligence to be one of its exploits. Exposed were quite banal facts — there reportedly are proofs that the military intelligence of Armenia works in “the American direction.”

Visitors from the Assembly have never much cared for political figures in Armenia. They did care for analytical community, individual experts. The experts were mostly very young and initially very much eager to provide Assembly people with some information. But soon they were told to supply information relating to the national security of Armenia. These activities covered also the Armenian Embassy in the US. It is a certainty that there were at least two information leaks from the office of the military attaché. Also using documents from the attaché’s table was repeatedly (and as if accidentally) the military attaché of Belarus. So, it takes one no big effort to carry out such activity. Let's just hope that the military attaché of Armenia may have no interesting information.

Mass media directors are also of interest. Of interest was, for example, the dossier of the editor of Aravot daily Aram Abrahamyan, especially his personal incomes and their sources. Very much of interest was the personality of the well-known Alexander Haroutyunyuan (if I am not mistaken, he is now the director of the public television) and so on and so forth. It seems that the whole political class of Armenia is being computerized.

Of certain interest is the impression I got personally from such contacts. Strange but true: Assembly representatives get openly malicious and bilious over the fact that the Armenian armed forces are highly capable of discharging many combat operations on their own. Would they be more comfortable if the army of their “historical homeland” had other characteristics and was like the armies of some other states? Altogether incompetent the Assembly representatives were as much annoyed to know that Armenia is not a perishing country and is successfully developing economically.

The National Security Service and the Defense Ministry of Armenia are perfectly informed of the activities of the Assembly and have relevant directives on hand. For example, the top military command are strictly forbidden to have meetings with their Assembly counterparts.

But no less worthy of mentioning is the fact that the Assembly representatives are not the only ones to take a special interest in their “historical homeland.” Obviously having their definite interests in Armenia and specialization is also the Armenian community of Washington DC. For example, some Richard Kirakosyan, generally known as analyst or political scientist or someone else, has offered an Armenian citizen closely cooperating with the “Caucasian (Yerevan) Center of Iranian Studies” $10,000 for information on Iran — absolutely definitely saying that this service was ordered by CIA.

I guess not everything is so dangerous for our country – as I do believe that the US is our friend who knows that only Armenia can be a strategic partner in the region (“small Israel” or “Big Armenia”). The Armenian society continues being modestly silent that the US strategy is one of the major factors of our security, if not something more. But somebody wants to be “more Catholic than the Pope is.” These are people for whom ethnicity is their profession. So it is time to hang a sign “Look Out! Ethnic Espionage.” In the meantime, we better remember that our compatriots abroad are overwhelmingly citizens of other states and are obliged to express their interests. We are still far from being a “world nation.” We have yet a long way to go. And young vain analysts and political analysts better keep in mind that our country is an active actor in the regional and global politics, with quite a big interest given to it."
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Postby Armenian on Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:14 pm

Armenian Assembly siding with interests of US State department and Republic of Turkey.

Turkish Armenian Reconciliation Committee (TARC) – Between 2001-2004, Van Krikorian, The chairman of the Armenian Assembly of America, comprised one of the four Armenian members of TARC which was created by the US state department with encouragement and approval of the Republic of Turkey. The purpose of TARC was the portrayal of reconciliation between Turks and Armenians. The end result of TARC was the derailment of Armenian Genocide advocacy efforts in the US congress and elsewhere in the world for several years.

Freedom Support Act (section 907) - In 2002, The Armenian Assembly stayed silent and did not oppose the State department's request to waive section 907. This waiver enables the US President, with nearly unrestricted authority, to provide military aid to Azerbaijan who has been threatening Armenia with renewed aggression.

Museum of Tolerance – In 2003, the Armenian Assembly issued a letter praising the Museum of Tolerance during the midst of a hunger strike organized by young Armenians protesting the museum for its lack of mention of the Armenian Genocide. The protest received wide media coverage in the US and Israel. However, there still remains no permanent mention of the Armenian Genocide at the Museum of Tolerance.

Ambassador Richard Hoagland – In 2007, the Armenian Assembly sided with the US State department and Republic of Turkey by approving of the nomination of a Genocide denier for United States ambassador to Armenia.

US Foreign Aid – Over the years of its existence, the Armenian Assembly has regularly adhered to the US Administration's earmark cut recommendation for aid to Armenia.

Genocide resolutions - Over the years of its existence, the Armenian Assembly has often opposed initiatives for introduction of Armenian Genocide resolutions at the behest of the US State Department.

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Postby Armenian on Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:15 pm

The following is related to individuals involved with the Armenian Assembly:

US deploys intelligence facility in Armenia to spy on Iran

The US Global Gold Corporation (GGC) will complete the gold exploration in Arevis village of Sisyan region, Armenia by the end of 2007, APA reports quoting Armenian press. The gold deposit is situated on the border with Nakhchivan province of Azerbaijan. Henrich Mkrtchyan, general geologist of GGC office in Armenia said the Corporation that operates in close cooperation with Armenian defense ministry has invested $2.2 million in “Marjan” deposit which is 3000 meters above the sea level.

Unnamed source in Armenian environmental protection ministry said it is not informed of the Corporation’s activity as it is not allowed for that.
Armenian defense ministry sources said the American company is working for the Pentagon and fulfilling errands on Iran in the territory. Chairman and CEO is Armenian Van Krikorian, president on operational works Michael T.Mason and vice-president Hrayr Agnerian. Local residents say the GGC supports the restoration of the infrastructure of Arevis village which is compose dof 24 houses. They say there are also some English-speaking military-like persons besides geologists, who are installing unknown big facility in the territory.

Armenian-born American analyst Richard Kirakosyan has recently announced that Washington and Moscow has reached an agreement on Serj Sarkisyan’s presidency after Robert Kocharian. Armenia is reported to have undertaken certain commitment on providing opportunity for the Us to use its territory against Iran.

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Postby Armenian on Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:16 pm

TARC Moderator’s Book Reveals Initiative’s Anti-Armenian Intent

By Harut Sassounian, Publisher, The California Courier

David Phillips, the moderator of the Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Commission, is about to publish a book that discloses the true motives of those who initiated and supported TARC. Based on an advanced copy of Phillips’s book, "Unsilencing the Past: Track Two Diplomacy and Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation," analyst Emil Danielyan wrote two lengthy reports last week for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Here are some of the highlights of Phillips’s interesting revelations, as reported by Danielyan:

-- Phillips confirms that the US government was the driving force behind TARC. The idea was suggested to him by Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Marc Grossman, the number three figure in the State Department under the Clinton and Bush administrations. TARC held its first meeting in Vienna in early 2001.

-- Phillips acknowledges that the State Department provided "some of TARC’s direct costs." All of the sources of TARC’s funds and their uses have not been made public.

-- Phillips accuses Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian of reneging on his pledge to support TARC. Apparently, he would have preferred that Oskanian continue backing TARC, even after it became clear that TARC was a clever ploy to undermine the recognition of the Armenian Genocide.

-- Phillips bitterly complains: "Instead of standing by its commitments, the Kocharian government ran for cover." This made Phillips so furious that he slammed the Kocharian regime in an op-ed column in the Wall Street Journal by calling it "corrupt and inept," and accusing Pres. Kocharian of "running a mafia state."

-- Phillips attributes Oskanian’s change of mind on TARC to criticism from Armenian "nationalist circles." Once TARC’s anti-Armenian intent became clear, just about everyone in Armenia and the Diaspora opposed this sinister initiative. Shortly after TARC’s creation, one of its Turkish members, Ozdem Sanberk, even gave an interview acknowledging that the purpose of this initiative was to block the international recognition of the Armenian Genocide.

-- Gunduz Aktan, a Turkish member of TARC, who repeatedly and aggressively denies the Armenian Genocide, put his foot in his mouth by suggesting that an independent panel of experts review the facts of the Genocide. TARC engaged the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) for that purpose. Aktan boasted that he would "destroy" the ICTJ experts with his legal arguments during his testimony. Phillips says that Aktan appeared "nervous" after making his presentation. Aktan had good reason to be nervous. The ICTJ qualified the events of 1915 as genocide.

-- Trying to give importance to his own efforts, Phillips claims that Turkey came within an inch of opening its border with Armenia in the summer of 2003. Showing his political naiveté, Phillips says in his book: "I had hoped that Ankara would quietly open its border sometime during the dead of summer, when everyone was on holiday and not paying attention."

-- Phillips writes that when Turkey’s Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul came to Washington in July 2003, Secretary of State Colin Powell, Vice President xxxx Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice reminded him at every meeting that "the issue of genocide recognition was not going away. He was told that real progress was the best way of deflecting pressure." Not surprisingly, the US officials’ real intent for pressuring Turkey into opening its border with Armenia was not the improvement of Armenia’s economy, but the removal of the nettlesome Armenian Genocide issue from the agenda of the Congress.

-- As further evidence of the sinister intent of the Bush Administration, Phillips writes that Vice President Cheney personally intervened by lobbying against a congressional resolution that barely mentioned the Armenian Genocide. "Cheney worked the phones and was assured by [House Speaker] Dennis Hastert that [the resolution] would be kept from the House floor," Phillips says.

-- In an interesting revelation, Phillips reports that Pres. Kocharian was highly infuriated when the Armenian Genocide resolution was blocked by Pres. Clinton and Speaker Hastert. A month later, when Pres. Kocharian received Stephen Sestanovich, an assistant secretary of state in the Clinton administration, the Armenian President was "in a foul mood and railed against Clinton’s betrayal," Phillips says. This is yet another indication that Armenian officials, not just the Diaspora, care deeply about the Genocide issue.

-- Phillips reveals that he helped arrange the controversial February 2001 interview between Pres. Kocharian and prominent Turkish journalist Mehmet Ali Birand that "helped mollify [Turkish] concerns about Armenia’s intentions." Apparently, Phillips promised Pres. Kocharian that should he make conciliatory statements during the interview, the Turks would then open the border with Armenia. Pres. Kocharian kept his end of the bargain. Phillips did not or could not, since the border remained closed!

-- Phillips wrongly blames "Armenian nationalists" for both of his failures – inability to have Turkey lift its blockade of Armenia and collapse of the reconciliation efforts. Phillips refuses to acknowledge that his profound ignorance of Armenian-Turkish issues played a much greater role in his failures than anything said or done by so-called Armenian nationalists.

More on Phillips’s escapades, once we get hold of his book!


Additional relevant articles by Harut Sassounian:

Armenia Should Not Allow TARC to Meet in Yerevan:

Another Turkish-Armenian Effort Fails - This Time in France:
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Postby Armenian on Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:20 pm


Left to right: TARC member and former Assembly Chairman of the Board of Directors Van Krikorian, Jewish convert and Assembly Vice Chair Annie Totah, American Congressman Frank Pallone and Assembly Government Relations Director Bryan Ardouny.

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Postby Armanen on Tue Aug 07, 2007 9:20 pm

UmÝt EngÝnsoy

Turkish Daily News, Turkey
Aug 6 2007

Under pressure by pro-Armenian Democratic senators, U.S. President
George W. Bush Friday withdrew his pick for ambassador to Yerevan,
but his move is seen to be paving the way for further complications.

Bush gave in to Democratic objections and withdrew the nomination of
Richard Hoagland to be ambassador to the Armenian capital.

The White House's decision came after Robert Menendez, a staunchly
pro-Armenian Democratic senator from New Jersey, placed a hold on
Hoagland's nomination for the second time in January because of
Hoagland's refusal to call the World War I-era killings of Armenians
in the Ottoman Empire a genocide. Despite the administration's pleas,
Menendez' hold has remained in place since then.

Under U.S. law, even one senator can indefinitely veto the nomination
of a senior government official.

Such holds are rare, because the move usually puts the dissenting
senator under huge pressure, But in Hoagland's case, Menendez' action
was supported by many other senators, including some Republicans.

Now Bush needs to nominate another person to replace Hoagland, a career
diplomat whose last job was U.S. ambassador to Dushanbe in Tajikistan.

However, regardless of whom Bush picks as his choice for ambassador
to Yerevan, that person will face the same problems Hoagland did.

At his confirmation hearing at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
in June 2006, Hoagland was repeatedly urged by pro-Armenian senators
to qualify the Armenian killings as genocide. But he declined to do
so under the U.S. administration's official policy.

History repeating itself?:

Analysts say that the new nominee for ambassador will again face
the same pressure from the pro-Armenian senators. If he or she again
declines to utter the word genocide, at least one Democratic senator
will most likely place a hold on him or her, repeating Hoagland's case.

Another option could be that diplomat uttering the "g-word." But if
that happens, it will effectively kill the relationship with Turkey,
which sees the administration's acknowledgement of an Armenian genocide
as a worse situation than a similar move in Congress.

A third option could be something different. If the new nominee
declines to use the word genocide, and faces a senator's hold again,
Bush this time may appoint him or her as U.S. ambassador to Yerevan
when Congress is in recess. But if this happens, that person will
probably not find suitable working conditions in the Armenian capital
because of probable reactions there.

"For the United States, all options are bad, some worse and others,
and there is no way out for an easy solution," said one analyst.

"It's not our problem," said one Turkish Foreign Ministry official.

"If the United States cannot send an ambassador to Armenia because
of such moves by the Armenian lobby, it will be their mutual problem,
not ours."

The official said Turkey did not expect the Washington administration
to change its position on not officially recognizing an Armenian

John Evans, the previous U.S. ambassador to Yerevan, was fired in May
2006 after he qualified the Armenian killings as genocide in violation
of U.S. policy, leading to strong reaction by pro-Armenian groups in
the United States.

Armenians welcome withdrawal:

The Armenian National Committee of Armenia (ANCA), an organization
of radical U.S. Armenians
, welcomed Hoagland's withdrawal.

"We are gratified to see that the administration has finally come
to recognize what the ANCA and the Armenian American community have
understood for more than a year that Dick Hoagland - through his own
words and action - disqualified himself as an effective representative
of either American values or U.S. interests as U.S.

ambassador to Armenia," said ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian.

Also Menendez said, "this is certainly welcome news." The Armenian
Assembly of America (AAA), a more moderate group, had a more nuanced reaction.

"Should this withdrawal indicate that the next nominee to serve as
U.S. Ambassador to Armenia shall properly acknowledge and characterize
the Armenian Genocide, then this is a positive development," it said
in a written statement.

Expressing concern that the United States was not being represented
by an ambassador in Yerevan for a long time, the AAA had not joined
the ANCA's efforts to stop Hoagland at all costs.

In a related development, the number of members of the U.S. House of
Representatives backing an Armenian genocide resolution pending in that
chamber rose to 224 last week, the AAA said in another statement. This
represents a clear majority in the 435-member House.

The non-binding bill calls for the official recognition of the Armenian
killings as genocide.

Turkey and the Bush administration have so far managed to prevent
a House floor vote on the resolution, but Democratic House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi may hold a vote after Congress returns from its summer
recess in September, analysts and congressional sources say.

Notice the way in which the AAA and ANCA are described.
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Postby Armanen on Tue Aug 07, 2007 9:24 pm


07.08.2007 13:43

YEREVAN (YERKIR) - This solution of Richard Hoagland's appointment
is the American Armenian community's victory, Kiro Manoyan, the
director of the ARF Bureau's Hay Dat and Political Affairs Office,
told a news conference today.

He said it was a victory because with the help of political figures
the community managed to stop a process that would have resulted in
appointing a diplomat who was questioning the Armenian genocide. Unlike
Hoagland, the official US position is that while the word genocide
is not used, it, however, is not questioned.

"This was a success of Armenians and the Armenian diplomacy although
Armenia did not do anything directly. I think this was important
too because the White House wanted Yerevan to pressure the Armenian
community but Yerevan fortunately did not do that," Manoyan said.

Manoyan said that one of Hoagland's letters was the main reason: when
he was asked which cases can be characterized by the US as genocide and
why the US did not recognize the 1915 events as genocide, Hoagland,
going a step further from the official position of the US, had said
that the US should clarify whether the events were premeditated.

Manoyan said that the White House dropped Hoagland's nomination
following Hoagland's letter asking to be replaced because he would
never be confirmed due to the Senate's procedure, according to which
any senator can delay the appointment.

As for the position of the next candidate in the Armenian genocide
issue, Manoyan said that the prospective candidate should have the
right stance.

"In this case, the right stance should be the right stance of the US
executive power. I said already that Hoagland was one step further,"
Manoyan said.
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Postby Armanen on Tue Aug 07, 2007 9:28 pm


07.08.2007 14:30 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ "Having successfully lobbied to block the
administration's nominee as envoy to Armenia, the Armenian-American
community has become more self-confident in fighting for its rights at
the highest levels of the U.S. government. All those Armenian-Americans
who were reluctant to join in this effort, thinking that 'you can't
fight City Hall', should now be convinced that the community can
win such battles, just as it won against TIME magazine, PBS, and the
Los Angeles Times," editor-in-chief of The California Courier Harout
Sassounian says.

He expresses hope that the administration's next nominee as envoy
to Armenia would be better briefed and told to give more thoughtful
answers to the Senators' questions on the Armenian Genocide. Last
week Sen. Robert Menendez said if the White House does not become more
accommodating on this issue he may exercise his right of placing a hold
once again, the Associated Press reports. "The ideal solution to the
administration's dilemma would be to allow an early vote in the House
and Senate on the pending resolutions on the Armenian Genocide. Once
these resolutions are approved by Congress, the next nominee would
have no problem acknowledging the Armenian Genocide during his or
her Senate confirmation hearings. The sooner H. Res. 106 is adopted,
the easier would be the confirmation process of the next nominee,"
H. Sassounian says in his article.

On August 3 the White House withdrew Richard Hoagland's candidacy as US
Ambassador to Armenia after New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez twice
placed a hold on his nomination, since R. Hoagland did not recognize
events of 1915 as genocide during his confirmation hearings before
the Senate.
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