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  • #21
    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

    Originally posted by lampron View Post
    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!
    What bell does is not contributing, it is provoking.

    And Armenians are percentage wise more successful than Azeris in Russia, not just in business but all facets of society.
    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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    • #22
      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

      "And Armenians are percentage wise more successful than Azeris in Russia,"

      Unless of course you meet one in the elevator

      Ahh HA HA!

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      • #23
        Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

        Originally posted by Armanen View Post
        What bell does is not contributing, it is provoking.

        And Armenians are percentage wise more successful than Azeris in Russia, not just in business but all facets of society.
        provoking people, if it is to wake them up and make them look at things more objectively is not a bad thing!

        can you provide us a link to this percentage that you have found?

        the majority of Armenians in Russia do the sorts of jobs that most Azeris, Georgians, Daghestanis, Ingush etc etc
        also do

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        • #24
          Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

          Originally posted by Vahram View Post
          "And Armenians are percentage wise more successful than Azeris in Russia,"

          Unless of course you meet one in the elevator

          Ahh HA HA!
          Armenians and Azeris are bumping into each other all the time, not just in elevators!

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          • #25
            Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

            Originally posted by lampron View Post
            provoking people, if it is to wake them up and make them look at things more objectively is not a bad thing!

            can you provide us a link to this percentage that you have found?

            the majority of Armenians in Russia do the sorts of jobs that most Azeris, Georgians, Daghestanis, Ingush etc etc
            also do
            Consider the fact that an Armenian is currently the FM of Russia. Or the number of Kremlin connected Russian businessmen of Armenian origin. Or pop-stars of Armenian origin, or scientists such as Chilingarov. Armenians are better integrated into Russian life than Azeris.
            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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            • #26
              Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

              Russians hate Azeris along with Chechens. And recently they hate Georgians for obvious reasons...

              Georgians in the diaspora always support Azeris, in all the Azeri protests on Khojaly you see Georgians with Georgian flags.
              Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
              ---
              "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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              • #27
                Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                "Russians hate Azeris along with Chechens. And recently they hate Georgians for obvious reasons...

                Georgians in the diaspora always support Azeris, in all the Azeri protests on Khojaly you see Georgians with Georgian flags. "

                But in the elavator this is all a different story according to the babboon...

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                • #28
                  Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                  Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                  But in the elavator this is all a different story..
                  yes you semi-literate moron, the world suddenly changes inside elevators!

                  Now answer this question: Will you ever manage to write an English sentence i) with no mistakes in it
                  ii) that doesn't show you up as spectacularly dumb?

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                  • #29
                    Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter



                    "yes you semi-literate moron, the world suddenly changes inside elevators!"

                    LOL priceless stupidity! After all what was expected from a filthy toork?

                    Listen stupid go learn English, you were in an Elevator not Elabators

                    After two days of keeping silent the toork comes back saying the stupidest thing he could possibly say

                    This also means you are spectacularly dumb! since you are a Babboon this was to be expected!

                    I'm dying laughing at this moron!
                    Last edited by Vahram; 02-26-2012, 01:18 PM.

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                    • #30
                      Re: Armenian-Azeri encounter

                      Originally posted by lampron View Post
                      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!
                      Originally posted by lampron View Post
                      provoking people, if it is to wake them up and make them look at things more objectively is not a bad thing!

                      can you provide us a link to this percentage that you have found?

                      the majority of Armenians in Russia do the sorts of jobs that most Azeris, Georgians, Daghestanis, Ingush etc etc
                      also do
                      This is just a blatant lie. Shortly touching upon the Azeris, they are far less successful compared to Armenians, but this is nothing to be proud of. There are numerous very rich Azeri individuals in Russia, most of them having ties with the families in Azerbaijan controlling the oil industry.

                      Having said that, the amount of successful Armenians in Russia is astonishing. Armenians have well integrated into all layers of society. From businessmen, to musicians, to politicians, to scientists, to artists, they are literally everywhere.

                      Walking from the Kremlin, one of the most expensive hotels in Russia is the Ararat Hyatt. On the street next to it, one the most expensive streets in Moscow, you can find in the middle a huge famous Cognac shop, called “Armenia”.

                      Walking a bit further, you will get to Armyanski street, where you can find one of the most beautiful embassies in Moscow, namely the Armenian one.

                      The biggest retail chains are of an Armenian (Sergey Galitsky), most of the construction companies who build these, are under control of Armenians (Tashir). The cinemas you can find in these malls are controlled by Armenians (the largest cinema chain is in hands of an Armenian), and the largest movie company, Mosfilm, is in the hands of an Armenian (Karen Shakhnazarov).

                      One of the most successful independent businessmen and visionaries, Ruben Vardanian, also leads one of the most successful investment banks, Troika Dialog. He is one of the creators of one of the biggest projects currently in Russia, Skolkovo. The largest insurance company, Rossgosstrakh, is in hands of the Khachaturov brothers.

                      The editor-and-chief of Russia Today, and the one responsible of it's succes is Armenian (Margarita Simonyan). One of the most important industrial companies in Russia, namely that of Sukhoi, is in hands of an Armenian (Michael Pogosyan). One of the most successful je-welry companies is in hands of an Armenian (Esset xxxelry). One of the biggest “ethnic” construction projects in Moscow, is that of the Armenian Church / Business centre / Education centre / Lobby centre currently being build. Dozens of scientists, comedians, artists, politicians etc. are also of Armenian descent. I can continue for ages.

                      Also, on all the major universities, there are large Armenian communities, much and much larger compared to Azeri/Chechen etc. ones. Armenians are highly educated, and are one of the highest educated groups in Russia, more than Russians themselves.

                      I quote

                      Russian speaking Armenians are more educated in comparison not only to “Ar- menian speaking” Armenians, but also to Russian Muscovites. Among the first group of Armenians, about 75% have completed a higher education level (among Russian Muscovites about 30%–60% have completed higher education, depending on their age groups) (Вендина, 2005). Armenians that arrived in Moscow recently have a much lo- wer educational level. Such data would indicate a rather high status of the Armenians – long-time residents of Moscow. Recent Armenian-speaking immigrants have a low so- cial and professional status. In general, Armenians are one of the most educated ethnic groups among ethnic minorities in Moscow, and they formerly lived in large big cities.
                      To compare Armenians with Chechens, Azeris or Dagestanis is, ofcourse, hilarious. There is a difference. Armenians, who live in Russia (and thus Russian-Armenians) for a longer period, are well integrated in society and very successful. Azeris/Chechens, who live in Russia for a longer period, are NOT well integrated in society and very unsuccessful, compared to Armenians. Indeed, Armenian immigrants (non-Russians) and other illegal Armenians do take the jobs as taxi drivers or in the construction business, which is logical given their situation.

                      Furthermore, an average European also does not see a difference between Armenians and Turks. That is how average people are. Educated Russians, Russians that do matter, Russians that do have control / power, respect Armenians, know who we are, where we come from, and what we contributed. This cannot be said of educated Europeans regarding Armenians.

                      Conclusion lampdumb: you are Mr. Bullshit. Congratulations.

                      Last edited by Tigranakert; 02-26-2012, 01:25 PM.

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