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Hacking Armenia, Iran, Russia, U.S.

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It looks like we may have a brand new squealer joining the passel of swine inhabiting Azerbaijans sty of hackneyed howlers. Lets see whether hell play well with the old timers: Alexander Murinson, Brenda Schaffer, Jason Katz, Stephen Kinzer, and all the others who prostitute themselves, in one way or another, for Bakus black-gold-based blood money and brutality. By listing these creatures, in no way do I want to demean the much larger barnful of beasts that do Turkeys bidding. Of course, the lists of the two countries lackeys overlap.

This new shoats name is Neil Richards.

His short piece Is Tiny Armenias Out-Sized Political Clout in Washington Being Used by Russia appeared last week in International Policy Digest.

A screenshot of Richards’ piece in International Policy Digest

In it, Richards attempts to delegitimize the Armenian lobby, take a shot at Russia and Iran, and question the loyalty of Armenian citizens of the U.S., all at once.

His logic follows this track: The Republic of Armenia has essentially allowed the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) and Armenian Assembly to do its Washington advocacy; the Republic of Armenia is a client of Russia; Russia and Iran are allies; Russia doesnt want the Iran nuclear deal revised; therefore… Armenians in the U.S. are being asked to lobby in favor of Iran (who knew?) to serve Russias interests.

Maybe this guy is just a Russophobe capitalizing on the current anti-Russia fervor that has found favor in the U.S. Another piece of his that I found, Russias Spooks Are No Joke, but Theyre Not Geniuses, would certainly support that perspective.

But there is also Is tiny Armenias out-sized political clout in Washington being used by Russia? IPD which appeared on Azerbaijans propaganda site Trend. Naturally, the author, Leman Zeynalova, unsurprisingly uses the Richards article to attack Armenians. But the two pieces appeared one day apart, on Nov. 21 and 22. Given the time difference between the U.S. (home to the original article) and Azerbaijan, it means that Zeynalova saw, read, digested, wrote, and published in half a day or so. Its certainly not impossible, but just as easily it could be that Baku, likely through its paid hacks in D.C., had solicited the original article, therefore knew it was coming, had an advance copy, and gave it to Zeynalova who had abundant time to prepare the Trend hit piece.

I dont know International Policy Digests political proclivities, positions, or associations. Regardless, it should be hammered with complaints about such despicable articles as the one by Neil Richardsbefore that journal becomes another Turko-Azeri mouthpiece.

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It looks like we may have a brand new squealer joining the passel of swine inhabiting Azerbaijans sty of hackneyed howlers. Lets see whether hell play well with the old timers: Alexander Murinson, Brenda Schaffer, Jason Katz, Stephen Kinzer, and all the others who prostitute themselves, in one way or another, for Bakus black-gold-based blood money and brutality. By listing these creatures, in no way do I want to demean the much larger barnful of beasts that do Turkeys bidding. Of course, the lists of the two countries lackeys overlap. This new shoats name is Neil Richards. His short piece Is Tiny Armenias Out-Sized Political Clout in Washington Being Used by Russia appeared last week in International Policy Digest. A screenshot of Richards’ piece in International Policy Digest In it, Richards attempts to delegitimize the Armenian lobby, take a shot at Russia and Iran, and question the loyalty of Armenian citizens of the U.S., all at once. His logic follows this track: The Republic of Armenia has essentially allowed the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) and Armenian Assembly to do its Washington advocacy; the Republic of Armenia is a client of Russia; Russia and Iran are allies; Russia doesnt [...]

The post Hacking Armenia, Iran, Russia, U.S. appeared first on The Armenian Weekly.


It looks like we may have a brand new squealer joining the passel of swine inhabiting Azerbaijans sty of hackneyed howlers. Lets see whether hell play well with the old timers: Alexander Murinson, Brenda Schaffer, Jason Katz, Stephen Kinzer, and all the others who prostitute themselves, in one way or another, for Bakus black-gold-based blood money and brutality. By listing these creatures, in no way do I want to demean the much larger barnful of beasts that do Turkeys bidding. Of course, the lists of the two countries lackeys overlap. This new shoats name is Neil Richards. His short piece Is Tiny Armenias Out-Sized Political Clout in Washington Being Used by Russia appeared last week in International Policy Digest. A screenshot of Richards’ piece in International Policy Digest In it, Richards attempts to delegitimize the Armenian lobby, take a shot at Russia and Iran, and question the loyalty of Armenian citizens of the U.S., all at once. His logic follows this track: The Republic of Armenia has essentially allowed the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) and Armenian Assembly to do its Washington advocacy; the Republic of Armenia is a client of Russia; Russia and Iran are allies; Russia doesnt [...]

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