President Obama, in Turkey, speaking on the subject of the Armenian genocide stated, “Well, my views are on the record and I have not changed views.” Obama was mindful not to use the â€œGâ€ word.
Seems the tracks are laid out, not doubtful of collaborated, calculated interests, once again throwing integrity, U.S. moral standing, and human-rights under the bus. Obama Officials are considering postponing the annual April 24th commemortive Presidential statement.
Whatâ€™s striking, this President unlike Presidents of the past, is well versed on Armenian genocide. Going so far as to speaking one on one with Samantha Power, author of the book, â€œA Problem from Hellâ€ explores America’s understanding of, response to, and inaction on genocides in the 20th century. Professor Power is now a top foreign policy adviser for the President.
I wonder if Ms. Powers realizes she put herself in â€œA Problem From Hellâ€. Is Power just Â another lemming in Washington?
Everyone knows the so-called â€œTurkish-Armenian rapprochement” is just another charade used to help stifle genocide recognition. Armenian OfficialsÂ made countlessÂ statements that the Armenian genocide is not a precondition to rapprochement, because it is a fact.
“I think that the announcements that put forward preconditions to the establishment of Armenian-Turkish relations can be viewed as an attempt to fail the advances registered during the negotiations,” stated the Armenian MinisterÂ of Foreign Affairs Edward Nalbandian.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â