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Revision as of 13:33, 8 May 2014

List of people who's actions against Armenia(ns) has earned them a place in the Armenian Hall of Shame.

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A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

A

B

C

  • Mahmudali Chehraganli, leader of the Southern Azerbaijan National Awakening Movement and advocate of Armenian Genocide denial and anti-Armenianism
  • Dick Cheney, Armenian Genocide denial

E

F

  • Bruce Fein, Armenian Genocide denial and general anti-Armenianism

G

H

J

K

  • Kerim Kerimov, Azeri cartoonist noted for his anti-Armenian cartoons often including the phrase "Terrorism, narkomania, and armenism are the same disease."
  • Robert Kocharian, allowing beatings of peaceful protesters and rampant corruption
  • Ergun Kirlikovali, Anti Armenian bigot, owner of TurkLA and poster lad of Armenian Genocide Debate

L

M

O

P

R

  • Condoleeza Rice, Armenian Genocide denial
  • Russian Neo-Nazi groups, responsible for brutal killings of Armenians in Russia

S

T

  • Levon Ter-Petrossian, allowed of widespread corruption during presidency, pandered to Turkish interests
  • Alparslan Türkeş, late founder of Turkey's radical Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) and advocate of Pan-Turkism, Armenian Genocide denial, and anti-Armenianism

W

G-word weasels

A category of people who do not deny the genocide, or any of the facts, but insist on avoiding saying the g-word (genocide) in order not to offend the Turkish state.

B

C

F

  • Gerald Ford
  • Abraham H. Foxman, acknowledged that the 'consequences' of 1915 were 'tantamount to genocide' -- and only after massive media pressure. This deliberate wording was chosen so that the Armenian Genocide would not fit the legal criteria for genocide under the United Nations Genocide Convention.

O

  • Barack Obama Breaking his pledge to openly use the word genocide as president.

Y