Armenian Hall of Shame

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A list of people whose actions against Armenia(ns) have earned them a place in the Armenian Hall of Shame.


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  • John Patrick Douglas Balfour (Lord Kinross)
  • Zeyno Baran, Director of the Center for Eurasian Policy; Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, a Washington think tank; anti-Armenianism
  • Andrew Bowen, senior fellow at the Center for the National Interest - anti-Armenianism
  • Marcia Bronstein, Regional Director of American Jewish Committee, pro-Azeri propagandist.
  • Matthew Bryza, US State Department, fighting genocide recognition.
  • Tal Buenos, Armenian Genocide denial and anti-Armenianism


  • Brendon J. Cannon. Professor at Khalifa University's Institute of International and Civil Security (IICS) in Abu Dhabi, UAE; anti-Armenianism
  • Carey Cavanaugh. Former US Co-chair to OSCE Minsk Group. Currently a professor at the University of Kentucky.
  • Mevlut Cavusoglu. Turkish Foreign Minister, Armenian Genocide denial and anti-Armenianism
  • Mahmudali Chehraganli, leader of the Southern Azerbaijan National Awakening Movement and advocate of Armenian Genocide denial and anti-Armenianism


  • Nick Danforth, Senior Policy Analyst at the Bipartisan Policy Center. He completed a PhD in Turkish history at Georgetown University - Armenian Genocide denial and anti-Armenianism.
  • Gwynne Dyer, Armenian Genocide denial



  • Richard Falk, former professor of Politics and International Relations at Princeton University, anti-Armenianism
  • Bruce Fein, Armenian Genocide denial and general anti-Armenianism
  • Abraham H. Foxman, works to block Armenian Genocide acknowledgment. Recognized 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.
  • George Friedman, founder and chairman of Stratfor think tank; anti-Armenianism











  • Cemal Pasha, architect of the Armenian Genocide
  • Enver Pasha, architect of the Armenian Genocide
  • Talat Pasha, architect of the Armenian Genocide
  • Djevdet Pasha, the butcher of Van and architect of the Armenian Genocide
  • Amanda Paul, columnist for Today's Zaman newspaper, anti-Armenianism
  • Shimon Peres, Armenian Genocide denial
  • Dogu Perincek, Armenian Genocide denial
  • David Phillips, anti-Armenianism
  • Hugh Pope, author and Turkey/Cyprus Project Director for the International Crisis Group
  • Samantha Power, performed bait and switch with the Armenian-American community to encourage them to vote for Barack Obama for President, after which time he failed to honor his campaign pledge to call the Armenian Genocide by its rightful name.



  • Behaeddin Shakir, founding member of the Committee of Union and Progress, involved in the Armenian Genocide
  • Harvey Silverglate, counsel working with ATAA to insert, into the Massachusetts state curriculum, materials that deny the historical accuracy of the Armenian Genocide.
  • Luke Simpkins, former Australian politician and Chair of the Azerbaijan Australia Parliamentary Friendship Group - Anti-Armenianism
  • Stephen Solarz, former U.S. congressman and late anti-Armenian lobbyist for Turkey working for the Livingston Group
  • Joseph Stalin, brutal dictator of the Soviet Union who assigned Karabakh to Azerbaijan as the acting commissar of nationalities in 1923 and caused the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent Armenians who were either real or perceived "enemies of the state".
  • S. Frederick Starr, Chairman, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute; anti-Armenianism; Armenian Genocide denial
  • Farah Stockman - anti-Armenian writer
  • Steve Stockman - US congressman (R-TX); anti-Armenianism



  • Cenk Uygur, Turkish-born American political commentator and main host/ co-founder of the American commentary program, The Young Turks. Record of Armenian Genocide denial.


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G-word weasels

A category of people, many of whom do not deny the Genocide, but insist on avoiding saying the g-word (genocide) in order not to offend the Turkish state.







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


  • Donald Trump, Breaking his pledge to openly use the word genocide as president and asking Turkish President Erdogan if he would prefer that Trump call the Genocide a "war."