The Circle of Ancient Iranian Studies
Pan-Turanianism Takes Aim At Azerbaijan;
By: Dr Kaveh Farrokh
(1) A Brief Note on the Origins of Pan-Turanianism.
(2) Some of the Beliefs of Pan-Turanianism.
(a) The Inventors of culture, language and civilization were Turks.
(b) The Myth of the Grey Wolf
(c) Ancient Sumeria was Turkish.
(d) The culture of the ancient Greece and Anatolia is Turkish in origin.
(e) The Etruscans of pre-Roman Italy were Turks.
(f) Armenians are Turks.
(g) The indigenous Indian peoples of North America are Turks.
(h) Kurds and their Mede ancestors are Turks.
(i) Tajiks are Turks.
(j) Turks are the World's Main Producers of World Class Persian Literature.
(k) Judeo-Christianity and Islam have Turkish origins.
(l) The Northern Iranians were all Turks.
(m) The Parthian language was Turkish.
(n) Bosnians, Macedonians, Albanians, and Ukrainians are Turks.
PART IIa: PAN-TURANIAN CLAIMS TO AZERBAIJAN
(1) Greater Azerbaijan was divided between Russia and Persia.
(a) Arran & the Historical Azerbaijan.
(b) The Musavats and the early Pan-Turanianists.
(c) The Soviet Russians & Joseph Stalin.
(d) Mr. Amin Rasulzadeh.
(e) The role of Soviet Russia in 1941-1946.
(2) Azerbaijanis have spoken Turkish since the advent of History.
(a) Archival Information.
(b) The Turkic arrivals & Manzikert.
(c) Linguistic Turkification.
(d) Resistance against Ottoman Turks.
(e) World War One.
(3) Turks have been in the Caucasus for over 5000 Years.
(a) Armenia, Georgia, Albania/Arran
(4) The Safavid Empire was Turkish.
PART IIb: PAN-TURANIAN CLAIMS TO AZERBAIJAN
(5) Sattar Khan was a pan-Turanian separatist.
(a) Mr. Mahmudali Chereganli.
(b) Sattar Khan & the Constitutional Movement of Persia.
(c) European Intervention.
(d) SANAM & the Fabrication of History.
(6) Babak Khorramdin was a Turk who fought against Persia.
(7) Azerbaijanis and all who speak Turkish are Turkish by race.
(a) Ziya Gokalp
(b) The Richards et al. Genetic Studies
(c) The Analyses of Colin Renfrew
(d) The Cavalli-Sforza et al. Genetic Studies
(e) Transcending the Concept of "Race"
(8) Iranian complacency.
(a) Difficulty balancing Aryan Persia with Islam
(b) Toleration of Anti-Persian cultural expressions
(c) Iran's Neglect of Persian culture
(d) A Bitter Tsarist Legacy
PART III: THE GREY WOLVES
(1) Who are the Grey Wolves?
(2) Supporting Mr. Chehreganli
(3) Operations in Foreign Countries
(4) Grey Wolf Miscalculation: Greece
PART IV: THE PROMOTION OF DISCORD
(1) Translating Nazi Literature to Turkish
(2) Anti-Armenian Literature.
(a) Similarity to Nazi Propaganda.
(b) Mr. Talaat Pasha & the 1915 Armenian Tragedy.
(c) Forgotten Gallant Turks who Saved Lives.
(d) Political Influence and Re-Writing History.
(e) The Role of Mr. Chehreganli & SANAM.
(3) Anti-Iranian Literature.
(4) The Status of non-Turkic speaking Azerbaijanis.
(5) Racialism and Fanaticism: Cancer at an International Scale
(1) Grey Wolf Public Relations Failures.
(2) Hostility to Grey Wolf Activism among Iranian Azerbaijanis.
(3) Tepid Reception in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
(1) The Bernard Lewis Project.
(2) Geopolitics & Petroleum Diplomacy.
(a) The Role of British Petroleum and Oil Companies
(b) Dismantling Geopolitical Obstacles: Dismembering Yugoslavia
(3) Is Oil Running Out?
(4) Manipulating Scholarship in the West:
(a) The ATC.
(c) Dr. Brenda Shaffer.
(d) A Personal Experience.
(5) Geopolitics & Re-inventing History: The Macedonia Example.
(a) Changing Skopje to the Republic of Macedonia.
(b) Retroactive De-Hellenization & Petroleum Diplomacy.
(c) South Slav Macedonian Nationalism.
(6) Geopolitics and Psychological warfare.
(a) Manufacturing Victims.
(b) False Flag Incidents.
(7) Manipulation of Western Media.
(8) Iranians as Negative Propaganda Targets.
(9) Turkey & The Republic of Azerbaijan: Victims of Geopolitical Manipulation.
(10) The Iranian Experience with Geopolitics & Petroleum Diplomacy.
(a) The Same Old Story?
(b) The Partitioning Agenda Continues
(c) Supporting Racism to further The Bernard Lewis Plan
(11) A Final Note.
PART VI REFERENCES: DIMINISHING PETROLEUM RESOURCES
Dr. Kaveh Farrokh is an Iranian historian and linguist, was born in Athens, Greece on September 24, 1962. He is of Ossetian and Azeri descent.
His talents were first recognized in 1980, during his senior year at the Institut Chateaubriand in Cannes, France, where he was granted the Leonardo Da Vinci prize for high achievement in history from the mayor. Dr. Farrokh went on to obtain his undergraduate arts degree in May 1985 and his Ph.D. on September 24, 2001 from the University of British Columbia, where he
specialised on the cognitive and linguistic processes of Persian speakers.
Dr. Farrokh has been writing since the early 1990's and has contributed articles to internationally recognized academic journals such as the International Journal of the Sociology of Language and chapters for books such as the International Book of Dyslexia: A Cross-Language Comparison and Practice Guide (Wiley,
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