Letters to the editor:
I love your publication and read it religiously, but I recently saw a public notice issued by the Aztec secret service that troubled me. The notice concerned your interview with Public Relations Minister Aysecan about the widely popular Turkish play 'BTD.' They have asked a few questions that I think should be brought to you attention...
Rashid from Athena
Thank you Rashid for your letter. We have reviewed the Aztec questions and can happily and easily set the record straight.
Q1 - "who is being interrogated by the man, who has been identified as Amran Goan by the lovely lady Aysecan?"
A1 - First of all, what we published was a reenactment of a popular Turkish play called "Blood, Treachery and Demons" (BTD). Aysecan had just seen that play, and was giving her opinion about the quality and accuracy of the events depicted in the performance. Obviously the person playing the role of Amram Goan was not the real Amram Goan, he was an actor named Paul. Perhaps in the Turkish to Aztec translation, the Aztec secret service missed this.
The actor playing Goan in BTD was wearing a cross in the scene we depicted. This was probably artistic license, intended as a subtle jab at the fact that while Amram Goan unceassingly rants about Israel being the true holders of Judaism, they currently do not even honor Judaism as their State religion, and the only Holy City they control is Christian.
What the Aztec secret service published seemed to depict the same actor who plays Amram Goan in BTD, but this seems to be a totally different scene in a different play. We have seen the whole BTD Play, and the scene they published is most certaily NOT part of BTD. Actors typically play many different roles, perhaps the Aztecs do not yet have theatres so they did not understand this.
Consequently the "interogator" in their publication is not a depiction of Amram Goan, but some other character. We are not familiar with the actor Paul's whole catalogue, so we are not sure what play is depicted in the Aztec secret-service statement. Therefore we dont know the name of the actor being interrogated, or who he is supposed to be playing.
If the Aztecs wish to investigate further, we are happy to help, but they must tell us (1)What is the Name of the Play in the depiction they published? (2) What year was the Play first performed? (for reference, the current year according to the European calendar is 1525 AD) (3) What is the play about?.
Answering these questions will allow us to assist in your investigation.
Q2 - is there any connection with the messiah child of Turkey?
A2 - That's an easy one... No. The Inventor-Brahman (formerly called "Messiah Child") was a man of science and invention, not a religious leader.
Q3 - why is there a cross in the background?
A3 - See answer 1. We are not familiar with the play the Aztecs are depicting so we have no idea. See our questions about the play at the End of answer 1.
Q3 - how is it possible that if this man is actually Amran Goan that he is baptizing in the name of Jezus?
A3 - See answer 1. It is not Amram Goan. It is an actor who plays Amram Goan in BTD
We hope this has been helpful.