Narjan had looked into the incredible “irrationality” of the Armenian Diaspora in US, in his discussion of the situation with the US Ambassodor in Armenia, or the lack of one for that matter. The blogger says Washington was quite right by removing the former ambassador John Evans, because a professional diplomat should never make mistakes of “that” scale, especially, as Narjan speculates, before appointment any ambassador to Armenia obviously gets many hours-long briefing on precisely how to describe the “tragic events of the beginning of 20th century”. Passing on to the paradox created by diaspora, the blogger says it is outrageous for the Armenians in US to demand, that any ambassador to Armenia should openly accept the fact of Genocide, while the official position of Washington contradicts with it.
Still, the Armenian lobby couldn’t find anything more productive to do, then get dragged into this absolutely lose-lose game.
There is only one explanation to this: Diaspora is again trying to help out the incumbent government of Armenia. To be more exact, they are trying to make sure, that there is no [US] Ambassador during the elections – no ambassador means less noise, and more 120 year old grandmas and grandpas walking cheerfully to their polling stations and voting for the correct party