Michael Averko, www.eurasiareview.com - Don’t expect human rights advocate Samantha Power and “the paper of record” to denounce The Wall Street Journal for running the above noted ad. Power heads the US delegation which voted against a UN resolution, denouncing the glorification of Nazism. Kiev regime controlled Ukraine and Canada were the only two other nations voting against that resolution, that was supported by numerous countries, including Israel.
Power and The New York Times railed against Russia’s stance in not accepting Srebrenica as a genocide. What happened to the Armenians more accurately reflects a genocide than what occurred at Srebrenica – a war crime summary execution of Muslim males, likely numbering in the hundreds than the thousands. (The latter figure claimed by people who trumped up Bosnian Civil War related casualty and rape figures.) At issue with Srebrenica is the matter of clearly establishing those killed as armed combatants, collateral damage and the war crime of summary execution – adding that Serbs were killed there as well under the same categories.
If Srebrenica technically constitutes a genocide, than Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Dresden are indicative of a super genocide. US mass media has been lax in noting how Power sanctimoniously bashes Russia on Srebrenica, while being part of a government that doesn’t formally recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Michael Averko is a New York based independent foreign policy analyst and media critic. He has appeared as a guest commentator on the BBC and WABC talk radio, in addition to having been a panelist at the World Russia Forum, Russia Forum New York and US-Russia.org Experts’ Panel. Besides Averko’s Eurasia Review column – Counterpunch, Foreign Policy Journal, Global Research, History News Network, InoSMI.Ru, Johnson’s Russia List, Journal of Turkish Weekly, Kyiv Post, Oriental Review, Penza News, Pravda.Ru, Pravoslavie.Ru, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Russia Insider, Sputnik News, Strategic Culture Foundation, The Huffington Post, Valdai Discussion Club and WikiLeaks, are among the numerous venues where his commentary have either appeared or been referenced. The American Institute in Ukraine and the Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies, have referenced some of his commentary, along with academic white papers prepared for NATO Watch, Ohio State University, Problems of Post-Communism and the Royal College of Defence Studies. He is source referenced in Richard Sakwa’s book “Frontline Ukraine”. Averko’s Eurasia Review article on Pavlo Skoropadsky, provides the first full online transcript of Skoropadsky’s edict calling for an “All-Russian Federation”, inclusive of Russia and Ukraine. Among other issues, that article explains the relationships among the major combatants in the Russian Civil War. He can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org
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