“The Treaty of Sevres and September 11, 2001″ by Berdge Jolakian addresses Turkey’s role in major global developments.
COLTON, Calif. – “The treaty of Sevres and September 11, 2001″ by Berdge Jolakian traces the connection of frequent Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit to various events dating from 1974 to 2001, including coups in Pakistan and the terrorist attacks on the U.S. in September of 2001.
According to Jolakian, Ecevit was responsible for numerous events, unsolved murders and political assassinations that contributed to the unification of Pakistan under Pervez Musharraf and the growing power of Osama bin Laden among fanatical Muslims around the world.
Drawing upon a variety of historical sources as well as personal deduction, Jolakian argues that all of this was accomplished to serve Evecit’s primary goals of installing bin Laden as the Saudi King, suppressing recognition of the Armenian Genocide and restoring Turkish power to the height enjoyed during the years of the Ottoman Empire.
“I wrote this book to reveal the truth about Evecit’s scheming.” says Jolakian, “and to make sure the world never forgets the terrible crime of the Armenian genocide.” The author is of Armenian origin and was inspired by the stories of his grandmothers to research the genocide and subsequent Turkish history.
In the book, he argues that the genocide continues and that the same people responsible for the genocide are ultimately responsible for the events of September 11th. “The Treaty of Sevres and September 11, 2001″ is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
- Author Information: Jolakian was born in Beirut, Lebanon and as a young man escaped the civil war there by fleeing to Paris. He graduated from Yereven University in Armenia with an engineering degree and later earned his PhD in soils engineering before moving to the United States. Jolakian is a Registered Civil Engineer in California and works in construction engineering and quality control.