It's all about the true story of Armenian Genocide survivors,operating under the code name Nemesis, who hunted down Talat PASHA, the Turk official who issued the execution order to exterminate the Armenians. ArmeniaNow reporter,Aris Ghazinyan, re-visits the story on the eve of planned counter-demonstations by Turks who now intend to immortalise Talat PASHA as a Turkish national hero:
Eighty-five years ago, on March 15, 1921, Armenian avenger Soghomon Tehleryan shot dead in Berlin the former general chairman of the Young Turks party, interior minister, Grand Vizier of Turkey Mehmet Talaat Pasha.
Talaat-pasha (March 1921), Said Halimi, the chairman of the first cabinet of ministers of the Young Turks government (December 1921), Cemal Azmi – Governor of Trabzon (April 1922), Cemal-pasha – former minister of the navy (July 1922) and many others would fall victim to Nemesis.
Think of all the Greeks murdered in recent decades by the execution orders of the current ruling caste in Turkey and occupied-Cyprus, and how there is not one soul as brave as that Armenian named Soghoman Tehleryan, nor anything close to Nemesis.