France resorts to Third Reich tactics to foment pro-war sentiment in Armenia
    Baku ready to strike back

    ANALYTICS  28 February 2024 - 10:49

    Samir Veliyev

    On February 12, the Armenian side made a deliberate attempt to disrupt the stability that had prevailed for almost five months following the anti-terrorist operation. That day, an Azerbaijani border guard was shot and wounded by an Armenian sniper. The Azerbaijani State Border Service responded by carrying out Operation "Retaliation", which eliminated the fighting position of the Armenian armed forces and four Armenian militants belonging to the terrorist organisation "Yerkrapah".

    Five days later, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan at the initiative of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. Unfortunately, events since then have shown that Armenia is racing towards a new war in the region, fanned by France, despite the negotiations on a peace treaty between the two countries, the normalisation of relations and the delimitation of borders were discussed at the meeting.

    Yerevan and Paris are taking recourse to the practices of the Third Reich. Let us remember that the reason for the invasion of Poland was a provocation organised by Reinhard Heydrich and his subordinate - the head of the subversive group SS Sturmbannführer Alfred Naujocks on the orders of Adolf Hitler. There was a problem of plausible excuses in connection with the planned attack on Poland. Heydrich's idea of a staged attack proved useful. Heydrich's plan was for SS officers in Polish uniforms to attack the Gleiwitz radio station. The whole world already knows what happened next.

    The information campaign of Armenia and its supporting forces in the West to denigrate Azerbaijan, which we are witnessing, fits into this logic. A number of Western media are stirring up anti-Azerbaijani hysteria, spreading statements about Azerbaijan's alleged preparations for an invasion of Armenia. A familiar pattern, isn't it? In this way, the West and Yerevan are creating an information background for a new war, prepared by France and other powers that actively arm the Armenian revanchists. Roughly speaking, an information campaign is being conducted to prepare world public opinion for the planned Armenian-French provocation against Azerbaijan.

    In the case of France, it's pretty obvious: on the pretence of supporting "aggressed" Armenia, the Macron regime will assert its presence in the region and even try to push Russia out. To this end, Paris is arming Armenia. At the same time, France has not only taken over the process of arming Armenia but is also involved in the training of the Armenian army units which, according to the evil plan of Macron and Co, will start military operations with Azerbaijan at X hour.

    It is worth recalling that the EU intelligence mission in Armenia actively supports these aspirations. This mission is in charge of the collection of information about Azerbaijan (and not only), as well as the dispatch of spies to the territory of our country.

    And here comes a logical question: why does Armenia need it? Has it not learned the lessons of the 44-day war and the events that followed it? Is the blood that has already been shed not enough for Pashinyan, his clique and the revanchists from the opposition camp? What does Yerevan expect? The answer lies in our hands.

    Armenia, supported by France and certain forces from outside the region, is planning to launch a surprise offensive to seize several heights on the conditional border and thereby strengthen its position in the negotiating process. In the last few days, we can say that we have seen the next steps of this plan: the intensified firing at the positions of the Azerbaijani Army in the direction of Zangilan, Nakhchivan, Kalbajar, as well as the attempts to make reconnaissance flights with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles over the positions of the Azerbaijani troops.

    At the same time, the faithful disciples of the unforgettable Artsrun Hovhannisyan, in order to conceal their actions, are spreading the information that the fire was allegedly opened by Azerbaijani units, despite the fact that the Azerbaijani Armed Forces clearly establish and meticulously record the coordinates from which the Armenian provocations are carried out. Obviously, they have two goals: to exacerbate the situation and to blame Azerbaijan. As we know, the loudest person shouting "Stop the thief!" is usually the thief.

    There is no way to ignore the Dashnaks when talking about the Armenian revanchists. But Pashinyan is clashing with them both at home, where Dashnaktsutyun is in opposition to the current government, and outside Armenia, especially in France. The enmity between them has reached such a level that European Dashnaks who flew to Yerevan and most ardently opposed Pashinyan were turned back at Yerevan's Zvartnots airport.

    The analysts of the Elysee Palace and the French special services quickly realised that if Pashinyan did not reconcile with the Dashnaks, the bosses of the Armenian diaspora in France, their carefully constructed plan of action to denigrate Azerbaijan, prepare an attack on it and consolidate Armenian society under this idea could collapse. And Macron undertook to reconcile the two camps during the Armenian Prime Minister's recent visit to Paris. Thus, the Armenian media reported about a meeting organised by President Macron between Pashinyan and the co-chairman of the Coordinating Council of Armenian Organisations of France (CCAF), Murad Papazian. The conversation took place at the end of a gala dinner at the Elysee Palace, with Macron himself and CCAF's second vice-president, Ara Toranian, attending alongside the two protagonists.

    "In the run-up to the meeting, the president expressed the need for contacts between the prime minister and the Armenian community in France, even in the face of their possible differences," the press release said. In other words, Macron made it clear to Pashinyan that his political differences with the French Dashnaks could hamper their plan to start a new war with Azerbaijan.

    So the pieces of the puzzle have been put together. Now we wait for the X-hour when France and Armenia implement their diabolical plan. History, they say, tends to repeat itself. It is repeating itself 100% in the case of the situation we are describing. The puppet masters (France), the puppets (Armenians) and the methods (blood, wars, chaos) are the same. The only thing they haven't considered is that Azerbaijan is strong enough to keep its borders safe. Our armed forces are powerful, our president is strong-willed and our society is consolidated. We want peace, but we do not fear war if it is forced upon us.


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