Armenian attorney Lusine Ohana alleges that Democratic Party rhetoric in America is regressive hate speech intended to “incite racial violence against Caucasians” around the world, and she’s doing something about it.
Throughout the centuries, the incredibly diverse peoples of the Caucasus region – located at the border of Eastern Europe and Western Asia – have experienced terrible suffering.
The Scythians and Barbarians suffered under the Roman Empire. Armenians and Jews suffered under the Ottoman Empire. And everyone suffered during the Nazi invasion of Russia, and under the Soviets after World War II. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, wars and terrorist attacks have occurred in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Chechnya, Abkhazia, and other nascent states.
So it’s no surprise that Caucasians are fed up with politicians whose sole purpose in life is to take power by climbing atop the bodies of working families.
“That is why we sue the United States Government, the Democratic Party, Representative Maxine Waters, and John and Jane Does identified later,” says Ohana, the Armenian lawyer from Yerevan who filed the class action suit in the District of Columbia.
“Most important,” says Ohana, “we demand Democrat politicians to stop using phrase ‘white privilege’ and U.S. government to stop using ‘Caucasian’ on Census form. American liberals must stop pretending people of Caucasus are not people of color.”
The suit also alleges copyright infringement.
To protect the innocent against the “social justice” aggression of regressive Democrats, the name “Lusine Ohana” is a pseudonym.