Today’s events around Syunik are deliberately presented as a local event in the form of a trail of a 44-day terrorist war against Artsakh. In reality, the events taking place are directly related not only to global geopolitics, but are also decisive for the future of Indo-European Civilisation.
Indo-European Civilisation extended throughout Europe, up to the Caucasus and the Ural Mountains, and also encompassing Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, Persia (Iran), Afghanistan, Central Asia, Pakistan and the entire Hindustan Peninsula. Indo-European Civilisation identified itself as a civilisation of creation and development, based on morality, ethics and law, as well as on the principle of justice, which is the essence of the «agricultural civilisation».
In the last two thousand years, the Indo-European and Chinese Agricultural Civilisations have undergone the destructive effects of the «nomadic usurious civilisation» based on the weaning and appropriation of someone’s resource, accompanied by the destruction of material and spiritual values of the area of the «agricultural civilisation» with a subsequent reduction in the area itself.
Such actions are classified as actions of the genocidal type. There are two principles of influence of the «nomadic usurious civilisation»:
– direct destructive effects;
– socio-viral principle of influence, in the form of mimicry for the goals and objectives of the subject of influence, with the subsequent colonisation of its resources.
The Asian part of the Indo-European Civilisation, due to its long historical experience and the depth of its civilisational roots, was immune to the socio-viral principle of influence. Therefore, this area has mainly suffered from direct destructive impacts. The European part of the Indo-European Civilisation turned out to be more susceptible to the socio-viral principle of influence, and the level of such influence in the west of Europe turned out to be higher than in the east.
Moreover, in certain historical periods, nomadic usurious civilisational principles became dominant in Western Europe. In particular, such periods include the era of the British Empire, as a maritime nomadic usurious empire. During the period of power of the British Empire, as a classic example of a nomadic usurious civilisation, the Chinese Civilisation and the Asian area of the Indo-European Civilisation, which at that time provided more than 80% of the world’s GDP, underwent total plunder and destruction.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, through the efforts of the genocidal machine of the Ottoman Empire on the Armenian Highlands and adjacent territories, as well as on the territory of Pars-Armenia, its autochthonous nations – Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks – were completely destroyed. The same consideration befell the Armenians of Eastern Armenia through the efforts of the same genocidal machine of the Ottoman Empire and Kemalist Turkey, as well as the Caspian Turks.
Everything was prepared for the dismemberment of the single Indo-European space into two fragments – the destroyed and plundered Asian fragment and the European fragment, as the area of the victorious usurious civilisation. According to the plan of the designers, after such a dismemberment of the Indo-European area and the cleansing of the Armenian Highlands and adjacent territories from autochthonous peoples – «Communicator Keepers» between two fragments of Indo-European Civilization – the extinction of the entire Indo-European Civilisation will be ensured.
The Communicator in the territory of Asia Minor and the Middle East has been forming, improving and expanding for thousands of years as one of the most important tools for ensuring the existence, integrity and development of human civilisation.
Having arisen in the region of origin of ancient cultures as a result of their interaction in almost all areas of life (religions, rituals, institutions of management, arts, crafts, flows of goods …), the Communicator already at the dawn of time was a special way of organising life, in which the achievement of each community becomes achievement of all, and different cultures, civilisations see in each other the most important components of common life.
The core of the Communicator was located in the Armenian Highlands and adjacent territories. Long before the Vatican, extraterritorial spiritual centres arose here, sacred and inviolable for all peoples of the region, regardless of religion.
Artsakh is one of the most important one in such centres. The essence and power of the Communicator was based on the civilisational achievements of the autochthonous peoples – the «Keepers of the Communicator» inhabiting the territory of the Communicator – Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks, Arameans, Arabs and other peoples.
On this path of destruction stood Armenia, or rather its Syunik region, which is connecting two fragments of the Indo-European Civilization.
That is why the civilisational role of Garegin Nzhdeh was to preserve Syunik and protect the integrity of the area of the Indo-European Civilisation. His feat belongs to the category of the impossible. This explains the hysteria of overt and hidden adepts of usury at the mention of the name of Garegin Nzhdeh, who personifies the well-known saying «and alone in the field can be a mighty warrior», defeating the unbridled hordes. Garegin Nzhdeh and the next hundred years became a demonstration of the defeat of the agonising usurious civilisation at the next turn of the river of time.
Over the past hundred years, China, India and Iran have revived, the usurious European fragment faced a deep crisis and in a state of agony was forced to turn again to the genocidal machine of the descendants of the Ottomans and Kemalists to bring to its logical end the project of dismembering the area of the Indo-European Civilisation in order to «Communicator» to settle at least in the role of a racketeer in relations with the space of Indo-European Civilization.
Today in Syunik, the Armenians decide not only the fate of the Armenians and the Armenian state with the subsequent restoration of the civilisational functions of the «Communicator», but also the future of the entire Indo-European Civilisation to overcome the consequences of the socio-viral destructive influence of the ideology of usury. In this context, the historical and civilisational role of Garegin Nzhdeh consists.
Martik Y. GASPARYAN – Nominee for the Nobel Prize in Economics and the Nobel Peace Prize,
President of the International Independent Legal and Scientific Center for Expertise and Evaluation of Reparation and Restitution,
Deputy of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia,
Member of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, MADENM, EWAN, since 1993, member of the Analytical Center of the Club of Rome, member of the Eurasian Scientific Council for Science and High Technologies, Academician, Doctor of Economics Sciences, Professor.
Chief Researcher, CEMI RAS, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor,
Deputy of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Western Armenia,
Co-author of the research marked in the Nobel Prize nomination «The Armenian Highlands – the cradle of the creation of the world and civilization, the heir and custodian of universal values and relics»
May 31, 2021