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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Unwanted View Post
    You cant take criticism and thats why you are weak, besides as i stated before it doesnt matter if he is gay or not. At some point gays try harder to reach their goals than others (trust me i wouldnt underestimate him as acommander just because he is gay). And another users here said he was banned for being Turkish, or using turkish IPadress. So make up your mind why you ban people? You want everything to stay perfect but nothing and none is perfect.
    As for me telling you what to do, this is not the case. i am also a registered user of this site and i am entitled to my opinion. You guys sound just like the government that tries to hide negative aspects of its citizens.

    I am for honesty , fairness and truth. Regardless who's is it i Armenian Albanian or Azerbaijani.
    This is a forum you can choose to completely ban someone or not. If in addition the person is Turkish or Azeri (my enemy).
    100% Dashnak.

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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

      Originally posted by Vardan View Post
      This is a forum you can choose to completely ban someone or not. If in addition the person is Turkish or Azeri (my enemy).
      Yes,but there are rules to every adequate forum..

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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

        Seekim toork is back! So magdi how are your, muscles nice and big from the gym? I thought you said you would not post here any longer??? I see they banned you, and you took the time an effort, made a fake ID and came back! So what gives are you a man of your word? <--- sorry you are a toork scrub that, you don't have honor you just kill people when they are asleep. The funny thing is you still think you have a voice here to tell people who should and should not be banned! You really care that much? <-- scrub this too, never mind I almost forgot you are a toork!

        Satkeer! Satkeer pezeveng satkeer!

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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

          http://en.apa.az/news.php?id=152798

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          • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

            argin fargin,

            LOL! a kid walks into a mine in a war zone and fool toork has to say something! LOL.

            Now boy, what about all that you have murdered? You know what the answer to this is right? Let me give you a hint, this time we are going to finish this! And I can't wait! You filthy lier toork, nothing but weak, nothing but a filthy toork!

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            • Torkerin mi badaskhanek, brdzni kna

              Is Azerbaijan Lobbying for U.S. Weapons Sales?
              EURASIANET

              August 4, 2011 - 5:55pm, by Joshua Kucera
              The Bug Pit Armenia Azerbaijan U.S.
              That's what a source tells the independent Azerbaijani Turan News Agency:

              Recently Azerbaijan again began a serious push to get the US provide it with "defense weapons," in particular, air defense and anti-tank systems.

              “Azeri lobbyists and their allies in the US capital received a new assignment from Baku – target getting American weapons for Azerbaijan”, the source said.

              “Several years ago, this issue almost defined the US-Azeri relationship, but back then, Baku stepped down after understanding that they couldn’t afford American weaponry on their own”, one of Azerbaijan’s former lobbyists told TURAN’s correspondent, adding, now, Azeri supporters in Washington are arguing that the oil-reach country doesn’t need the US to give them the weapons as aid, they can buy the weaponry.

              The article goes on to point out that there is little reason to believe the U.S. would accede to this. Perhaps most of all, it would be against the law, in particular the "Section 907" rules that forbid Azerbaijan from buying weapons from the U.S. And there are several powerful pro-Armenian members of Congress who would make it very difficult to get around that.

              Some Wikileaked cables from 2009 reported that Azerbaijan's president, Ilham Aliyev, personally brought up the idea of getting the U.S. to allow weapons sales. But if the lobbyists in the U.S. are now working on this, that would suggest that this is serious.

              I asked Adil Baigurov of the U.S. Azeris Network, an Azeri-American advocacy group, what he thought of the report. He said he didn't know if Azerbaijan really was pushing to get U.S. weapons, but that if it were, that would be a good idea:

              I think Azerbaijan would be very smart in looking at all options and considering U.S. weapons, especially in light of the strategic relationship with U.S., NATO aspirations, and interoperability with U.S. troops, from special forces to peacekeepers. It should have been doing all this for many years. At the same time, I think they are mindful that since much of such sales need to be approved by Congress, it slows down the process significantly, makes the purchases more transparent for the Armenian intelligence, and gives opportunities for Armenian lobby to explore via its pro-Armenian members like Pallone and Menendez - in same way like they tried to do with the satellite deal, or anything that in any way benefits U.S.-Azerbaijan relations.

              So if any Azerbaijan lobbyists got such a request, I don't know, but I certainly think it's very smart for Azerbaijan to consider all of the options, carefully explore all technologies and systems out there, and if it thinks it would benefit from the purchase due to its great value, as well as ability to nearly guarantee the sale to go through, despite all the noise and fumes created by Armenian lobbyists, then they should definitely try to make this happen.

              In any case, there are many advanced weapons produced worldwide, and Azerbaijan certainly does not depend, require, or must have, any U.S. weapons systems. Cooperation with Israel is going through quite well, as is with many other countries, and it's probably cheaper than U.S. weapons, not to mention easier and almost immune to Armenian lobby.

              One small thing that seems noteworthy: the Turan report says that Azerbaijan is looking for "defensive weapons," in particular air defense and anti-tank systems. That happens to be exactly the package that Georgia is looking for. Is that because it's what Azerbaijan needs? Or because U.S. equipment is particularly good in those areas? Or is Baku modeling its lobbying effort after Georgia's, seeing that as a politically palatable request?

              Anyway, expect to hear the Armenian lobby groups weigh in on this in 3...2...1....:

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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                We don't need the Armenian Lobby! We are doing better with weapons then with this Lobby. Ok so lets say there was Genocide, is this going to bring back my Ararat? Do you really think that Washington who is ripping off the Amercian people is going to do anything for an Armenian? Are we all deadbeats? Did we so soon forget the history that we were on the Allied side in WWI? And now that the land is lost, and now that the money has been stolen you think that Washington has any meaning on the ground? What about the life insurance money? Prudential has our money and Washington is doing what besides putting Americans out of thier homes?

                Baku is full of sheet! They know our tanks are going to roll down Baku streets that is why they want anti tank weapons. It is time we had a backbone and screamed just a little bit instead of bing mice all the time!

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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                  Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                  argin fargin,

                  LOL! a kid walks into a mine in a war zone and fool toork has to say something! LOL.

                  Now boy, what about all that you have murdered? You know what the answer to this is right? Let me give you a hint, this time we are going to finish this! And I can't wait!
                  You filthy lier toork, nothing but weak, nothing but a filthy toork!
                  inches asoom yes turk chem,i put this to show how xxxxin azerbaboons take their fake stories international scandal

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                    Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                    Seekim toork is back! So magdi how are your, muscles nice and big from the gym? I thought you said you would not post here any longer??? I see they banned you, and you took the time an effort, made a fake ID and came back! So what gives are you a man of your word? <--- sorry you are a toork scrub that, you don't have honor you just kill people when they are asleep. The funny thing is you still think you have a voice here to tell people who should and should not be banned! You really care that much? <-- scrub this too, never mind I almost forgot you are a toork!

                    Satkeer! Satkeer pezeveng satkeer!
                    I dont want to insult you, but you are stupid... I am also Azerbaijani and that is what i consider myself, also learn how to spell Turkish. Saying that i came back with fake ID is also hideous because on my second or third post i let everyone know who i am, but you are too dumb to read and comprehend.
                    I understand that there is a very low % of adequate Armenians here, still i know there are some and for that i am here. I never said i wont post here anymore i understand English is also not my first language as well and sometimes comprehending things is tricky, just like you ur pea brain misunderstood the fact of me saying we are going to gym to buff as a metaphor to our army , since its getting rdy for something very rapidly. You can live in your bubble and think that you are an innocent lamb who hasnt killed innocent people. But that will only wokr on europeans/americans who dont know who you really are. And yes i care that much, because i feel sorry for you personally.
                    Last edited by Unwanted; 08-04-2011, 05:21 PM.

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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                      Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                      We don't need the Armenian Lobby! We are doing better with weapons then with this Lobby. Ok so lets say there was Genocide, is this going to bring back my Ararat? Do you really think that Washington who is ripping off the Amercian people is going to do anything for an Armenian? Are we all deadbeats? Did we so soon forget the history that we were on the Allied side in WWI? And now that the land is lost, and now that the money has been stolen you think that Washington has any meaning on the ground? What about the life insurance money? Prudential has our money and Washington is doing what besides putting Americans out of thier homes?

                      Baku is full of sheet! They know our tanks are going to roll down Baku streets that is why they want anti tank weapons. It is time we had a backbone and screamed just a little bit instead of bing mice all the time!
                      Lol its funny to look at people when they dont know what they talking bout ...

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