Երեքշաբթի, 21. 05. 2024

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I Suppose…. Centennial is More than Enough…

By Hovik Nersissian

As an Armenian and adoptive son of early-genocide parents, I personally am quite astonished, as well unsatisfied to witness such a strict, obvious and basically inhumane treatment from international organizations that normally announce their ‘human’ priorities, whatsoever their political reasons….I would much like to be simple and feasible in my forthcoming comments and never wish to make these considered as extreme affiliation concerns.

One of the initial basics that UN should never deny is the official adoption of the Armenian Genocide – regardless if nonexistent yet in those days… – as the 20th century’s first anti-human treatment by a ‘backed’ nation against a small but certainly innocent and ‘neglected’ nation, under clear and evident approval of international powers that came to fight for ‘own’ rights but never for human rights, below the well-known political title of “WWI”….

Let’s leave the past100 years and come now to ask the same question: Why can you not, dear world powers, come to do the least a human concept requires: Accept the 1915 massacre as a premeditated genocide…and that’s all!!! No further is in demand and no additional hands would be extended for further assistance but…just to feel what God has created men to feel, as long as their creation has always been under the nomination of “human being”…with the “being” feasibly active but the “human” somehow nonexistent!

Personally, I will never wish to direct any nation for any interpersonal hostility but as a member of a nation, internationally accepted as a “nation” by UN, I hereby am quite surprised to notice the following internationally described evidence that would allow many to ask questions but certainly with no answers:
When the total number of member states of the UN counts 193, I would certainly come to be surprised to see only 20 sovereign nations so far officially recognize the Armenian Genocide, out of which 1 only from the entire Middle East area (Lebanon), 14 from Europe, 4 from South America and Canada…
Are the 90% remaining member states “unaware” of the Genocide…or ‘obliged’ not to be aware of for certain political reasons…?

Does the 21st century concept disregard “humanitarianism” vis-à-vis “world-power” obligations…?

Do the world powers, today, think we apply exaggeration in our Genocide demands for ‘predetermined profits’…??
Can’t the current ‘civilization’ accept what the least happened with this small nation, Armenian, and give a hand of ‘condolence’…at least?
Isn’t the confidential but official announcement by the American Ambassador then, Henry Morganthau, sent to the US Secretary of State in Washington on July 20, 1915, enough to have the real evidence from one of the world leading states…?

Going further, aren’t the photos of Armenian victims left by the roadside, supplied by the same office of the American Ambassador, real and enough to verify the atrocities…?

 Dear readers.

On the 1st centenary of the Armenian Genocide, I will not come to indicate in public its past details & present consequences that the same Armenian nation experiences and suffers…
We are highly proud of our independent nation, Armenia, but would always long to have an “all-Armenia”, past and present, unified under one rule and one boarder, officially approved by UN and backed by the total 193 member states…
….maybe only then these nations will no more be under the obligation of Genocide recognition as long as “political recognition” will come to overpower the status quo…unfortunately…

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