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  • #11
    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

    Originally posted by Mos View Post
    Turks clean toilets in Germany, Azeris make Kebab on the streets in Moscow.
    ...and Armenians fill prison cells in America.
    Plenipotentiary meow!

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    • #12
      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

      Tashir mall and many factory's owners tycoons is armenians !!
      You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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      • #13
        Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

        "...and Armenians fill prison cells in America. "

        Is that you barking again?

        The Armenians in prsion in the USA make up less then 1% of the Armenian American comunity. You picked a hell of a time to bark again, bel the belig!

        More discredit to you and your stupidity, sorry you got owned again

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        • #14
          Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

          Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
          ...and Armenians fill prison cells in America.
          And Scots lick English dongs.
          For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
          to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



          http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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          • #15
            Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

            Originally posted by lampron View Post
            this stereotype of Turks in Germany is from 30 or 40 years ago

            many Turks in Germany are now well established fluent in German (and probably speaking English too), with investments in Turkey...

            As to Azeris in Moscow there are the watermelon and shashlik vendors but also the businessmen

            the Moscow based Shesh-Besh Caucasian restaurant chain is owned by Azerbaijani businessmen

            where are the Armenian restaurant chains in Russia?
            Armenians are very succesful in Russia, especially in construction business. You also have several Armenian billionaires and prominent businessmen in Russia.

            Richest Armenians

            Kirk Kerkorian- Billionaire investor, net worth $3.5 Billion
            Sergey Galitsky- Billionaire owner of Magnit,net worth $ 5.5 Billion
            Danil Khatchaturov- Billionaire, net worth $ 1.5 Billion
            Sergey Khatchaturov- Billionaire, net worth $ 1.5 Billion
            Ruben Vardanian- Billionaire, net worth $ 1.3 Billion
            Robert Kocharyan- Billionaire net worth $ 5.0 Billion
            Samvel Karapetyan- Billionaire, net worth $1.4 Billion
            Richard Manoogian- Billionaire, net worth $ 1.0 Billion
            Sergey Sarkisov- Billionaire, net worth $1.5 Billion
            Nikolay Sarkisov-Billionaire, net worth $ 1.5 Billion
            Tigran Izmirlian- Billionaire, net worth unknown
            Larry Gagosian- Billionaire, net worth unknown
            Ashot Khachaturiants- Billionaire, net worth unknown
            Joseph Oughourlian- Billionaire, net worth unknown
            Ara Hovnanian- net worth unknown
            Oleg Mkrtchian- Billionaire, net worth $1.8 Billion
            Eduardo Eurenkian- net worth $ 845 million
            Andrey Ogadzanyants- also known as Andrey Andreev , net worth $ 800 million
            Ara Abrahamyan- net worth unknown, Billionaire
            Tigran Nersesian- net worth $ 500 million
            David Mugar- net worth $ 550 million
            Alina Ayvazova- net worth $ 900 million
            Bob Manukian- net worth $ 700 million
            Ashot Egazaryan- net worth, $ 320 million
            Gerald Cafesdjian- net worth $ 437 Million
            Igor Avanesian- net worth $ 390 million
            Arsen_Borysovych_Avakov- net worth 380 Million
            Joesph Oughrlian- Billionaire, net worth unknown
            Vartan Sirmakes- net worth $ 350 million
            Jerry Turpanjian- net worth 400 million
            Blake Krikorian- net worth 450 million
            David Yan- net worth 200 million
            Sam Simon- net worth unknown
            Ruben Dishdishian- net worth 200 million
            Aleksandr Akopov- net worth $ 200 million
            Varuzan Petrosian- net worth $ 180 million
            Artem Khachatryan- net worth $ 190 million
            Robert Tateossian- unknown
            Paul Kazarian- net worth $ 200 million
            Igor Sagiryan- unknown
            Cris Goekdjian- unknown
            Alain Manukian- unknown
            Alain Mikli- unknown
            Charles Aznavour- unknown
            Cher- net worth $ 720 million
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            Nver Mkhitaryan- net worth $ 300 million
            Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
            ...and Armenians fill prison cells in America.
            why are you still on this forum?
            Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
            ---
            "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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            • #16
              Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

              "why are you still on this forum? "

              He has no life?

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              • #17
                Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                Every ethnic group has a criminal element. When compared to other ethnic groups in the US, (every ethnic group), Armenians are probably the most law abiding and when known by Americans, are typically acknowledged for their hard work, intelligence, cohesion, pride, and affluence. Yes, there is criminal element in the Armenian community but as noted above, when compared to every other ethnic group in the US we are the least likely to be criminal. Out of about 1.5 million Armenians in the USA, there are less than 6,000 or so involved in criminal activity. Many of these are new arrivals and after some more time in the US, these numbers will begin to dwindle. This has been manifest in the US since the beginning of all major immigration movements to the US.
                General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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                • #18
                  Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                  How much crime have Italian Americans done? lol
                  Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
                  ---
                  "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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                  • #19
                    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                    "How much crime have Italian Americans done? lol "

                    What about the Irish and the Scotts?

                    How about the Heria?

                    Give me a trillion here give me a trillion there, yet we should listen to a fake Scotsman? Or should we just say hello to the Yahoodi instead?

                    When did we stop at just counting Amo's? Yesterday only for this special one time?



                    Getze Hayastan!
                    Last edited by Vahram; 02-24-2012, 05:23 PM.

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                    • #20
                      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                      Originally posted by Mos View Post
                      Armenians are very succesful in Russia, especially in construction business. You also have several Armenian billionaires and prominent businessmen in Russia.





                      why are you still on this forum?
                      Armenians are successful in Russia - so are many Azeris! Turkish businessmen are very active in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus..but the average man in the street in Russia doesn't have an especially positive image of Armenians, most of them don't see any difference between Armenians and Azeris

                      I think it's useful to have the contribution of a non Armenian here, left to themselves Armenians spend too much time congratulating each other!
                      Last edited by lampron; 02-24-2012, 10:12 PM.

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