VI - Les associations arméno-politico-représentatives
ANCA - Armenian Assembly of America - Armenian National Institute -

Armenian Genocide Memorials : [(*1)] - [(*2)] - [(*3)] - Un haut-lieu de San Francisco : Mt. Davidson

VII - Les USA, leurs institutions et le génocide arménien de 1915
Grassroots Capitol Campaign
March 22-23, 2007 | Washington, DC
Hosted by the Armenian National Committee of America and the Genocide Intervention Network

La demande d'examen de la proposition de loi reconnaissant le Génocide arménien de 1915
a été déposée à la Chambre des Représentants de Washington
  • Rappel historique de l'implication américaine (1915 - 1923) recherche prévue
    - President W. Wilson

  • - Down by the river side

    I'm going to lay down my sword and shield
    Down by the river side
    Down by the river side
    Down by the river side
    I'm going to lay down my sword and shield
    Down by the river side
    Ain't going to study war no more

    Ain't going to study war no more (6 times)
  • Les cas flagrants de corruptions dans le Congrès contre la reconnaissance du génocide de 1915

    - Bob Livingston est un ancien membre du Congrès américain (1999). Il s'est reconverti dans le lobbying rémunéré. Sa firme a fait un chiffre d'affaires de 1999 à 2004 s'élevant au total à 40 millions de dollars : "the Livingston Group represents the special interests of three foreign governments, Turkey, Morocco and the Cayman Islands. They have paid him $11 million from 2000 through 2004, with $9 million coming from Turkey."

    Source :
    Extrait (page 16):
    Representing Foreign Governments

    Among the Livingston Group’s most lucrative contracts are some that do not show up on lobby disclosure records filed with Congress. Since 2000, Livingston has taken in more than $11 million from foreign governments and the vast majority of that money, $9 million, has come from Turkey, with $1 million more each from Morocco and the Cayman Islands. [See Figure 9] Livingston’s representation of these foreign governments brought in a quarter of his company’s annual revenue in 2003 and 2004. In 2005, it was reported that Livingston picked up yet another foreign government client.
    Azerbaijan has signed a $300,000 a year contract with the Livingston Group.19 Timur Solylemez, the congressional liaison and first secretary of the Turkish embassy made it clear why the Livingston Group has his government’s lobbying business. “I don’t need to tell you who Mr. Livingston is, and having someone of his stature is obviously very helpful,”
    Solylemez said.20 He added that it is Livingston’s connections and former experience on the Hill that makes him a valuable resource. “His presence is a powerful one in Washington. With friends and allies like that, obviously your agenda becomes less difficult to pursue,” he said.
    Le document analyse 2 de ses actions récentes en faveur de son principal client, subsidié par l'Union Européenne.

    - Vanity Fair, in its September issue, published a 10-page story on FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds, who was fired after "she accused a colleague of covering up illicit activity involving Turkish nationals."
    According to the article by contributing editor David Rose, Edmonds claims FBI wiretaps reveal that the Turkish government and its allies boasted of bribing - with as much as $500,000 - the Speaker of the House of Representatives as part of an alleged deal to stop consideration of the Armenian Genocide Resolution.

    The article cites accounts by Edmonds regarding FBI wiretaps of the Turkish Embassy and Turkish groups such as the American Turkish
    Council (ATC) and the Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA), including, "repeated references to Hastert's flip-flop in the fall of 2000, over an issue which remains of intense concern to the Turkish government, the continuing campaign to have Congress designate the killings of Armenians in Turkey between 1915 and 1923 a genocide." - - on dirait qu'on essaie de faire pression sur Vanity Fair : - le magazine "vanity Fair" :

    Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert :

IX - Les différentes communautés aux USA et leur alliance potentielle envers la reconnaissance

  • La communauté américaine à Paris Page ADIC -