Unexpected discoveries are made when comparing facts. And here in one place I find an analysis that the "young Turks", that is, "new Turks", such as "new Russians", as in the early 19th century, "young Italians", or as they were also called "Carbonari", were a purely Jewish party, in the same way as the Bolsheviks in Russia. Naturally, the "young Turks" in Turkey worked together with all the other Jewish parties in the world, whatever their names were called. And now I bring you all an excerpt from the site www.genocide.doom.ru(If it's okay to ask) are you armenian? what do you think about Atatürk? who was he?
In 1915-17 (again the fateful year of 1917), under the guise of the First World war, one and a half million Armenians were exterminated in Western Armenia, which is located in Turkey. Do you have a good idea of the figure? – 1.5 million people in just two years on a small piece of land. Read:
"Plans to destroy the Armenian population of the "young Turks" (new Turks) began to develop even before the First World War. In October 1914, at a meeting of the young Turkic Minister of internal Affairs Talaat, a "Troika" (familiar handwriting) was organized by the "Executive Committee of three", which was charged with organizing the massacre of the Armenian population. This Committee includes the leaders of the "young Turks" Nazim, Behaetdin Shakir and Shukri."
Naturally, the Turkish names do not indicate that the Turks themselves were involved in this massacre, because we know that the "young Turks" were a Jewish party, and thus it turns out that the Armenian massacre was also organized by international Jews. It was to the "young Turks" that Parvus-Gelfand went to help. Parvus was traveling to Turkey on behalf of the Jewish center. Parvus did not go to Constantinople without knowing where he would stop. Parvus knew where and to whom he was going, Parvus was going to organize the massacre of Armenians. Parvus was on a business trip. It was after the massacre of the Armenians that Parvus became, like Basil Zakharov, a very rich man.
They have always tried to present the Armenian massacre as an isolated and random, insignificant moment that has nothing to do with the events in Europe.
I found this text yesterday and translated from one forum.