An outtake of some of Katchaznouni's words as recorded to party members in Bucharest is as follows:
"Our dreams fell apart. Turkey knew very well what it had done. There is no reason for it to feel guilty today. If we had agreed earlier with Turkey, we would have gained much....We did nothing to support order in the Muslim areas, and had to resort to taking up arms. We sent soldiers and carried out massacres. The Turks brought their defense forces into action. There is nothing we did which deserves praise. Let's not look for guilty parties outside of ourselves. Yes, I am advising suicide. There is nothing left for the Tasnak Party to do. Let us break apart the party. If we do not, destruction and dishonor await us."