“The history of the Armenian diaspora in the US is a history of a parasite on the host’s body. Expanding and taking roots, Armenian diaspora at some point became an essential part of the US society, and could start to bring some demands to the authorities, and throughout many years, these demands were satisfied at the very least. And the end of 2016 was a complete disaster for the Armenian lobby in the US taking into account that Trump became president after Armenian lobbyists dug up dirt on him,” she wrote.
In fact Armenian diaspora has many reasons to hate the Organized Jewry. Crypto-Jews (Turkish Frankist Domneh) leaders of the anti-Islam Young Turks movement were behind the killing of 1.5 million Armenian Christians during 1915-17. Israel lobby ADL has played a major part in blocking United States’ recognition of Armenian Holocaust.
President Donald Trump being a Zionist shill will naturally ignore Armenian lobby in United States.
After Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was given a red-carpet welcome at Yerevan international airport by Armenian president Serzh Sargsayn on December 23, 2011 – Israeli media declared Armenian Christians Jew-haters.
In a survey taken by Jewish lobby ADL in 2014 claimed that 63% of Armenian hate Jews – because of “the way Jews behave;”60 percent claimed that “Jews don’t care what happens to anyone but their own kind;” 45 percent think that “Jews still talk too much about what happened to them in the WWII”, and 38 percent consider that “Jews are responsible for most of the world’s wars.”
Interestingly, Scottish Missionaries Bonar and McCheyne claim that “the peculiar hatred which the Jews bear toward the Armenians may arise from a charge often brought against them, namely that Haman (Persian prime minister in Jewish Book of Esther) was an Armenian, and that the Armenians are the Amalekites of the Bible.”
During 1948-49, the European Jewish militants killed or forced to flee more than 25,000 Armenian Christians living in historic Palestine. Currently, only a few dozens Armenian families live inside the occupied East Jerusalem.
After Armenia’s independence from Soviet Union in the 1990s, more than 90% of country’s Jewish population left the country.
The Zionist regime sold arms to Azerbaijan during the Armenia-Azerbaijan war of 1990s on the promise that Azerbaijan will help Israel in containing Iranian influence in the region. Incidentally, there twice-more Azerbaijanis in Iran than 10 millions in Azerbaijan.
Armenia’s diplomatic relations with Israel has always been strained. Armenia has never appointed an ambassador to Israel.
On January 26, 2017, despite Israel’s objection – a Belarusian court ordered the extradition to Azerbaijan of Israeli blogger Aleksandr Lapshin – who is wanted there on allegations of supporting the independence of Azerbaijan’s Armenian-majority breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenian diaspora in the United States is around 300,000, and 1,500 in Israel. There are more than 50,000 Armenians in Iran.