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  • #21
    Re: Armenian Quotations

    Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
    Moranal aveli pokr problema kante sovoratsnel.
    Shad jisht. Ameriga yev yevroba hayeroun medzamasnotyoune lav hayeren chi kider..

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    • #22
      Re: Armenian Quotations

      NOTES / COMMENTS
      ***********************************
      The most popular Big Lie:
      All religions are false except mine.
      *
      Solutions are not verbal formulas;
      they are directions.
      We either advance towards them
      or we compound the felony.
      *
      Leaders exist because dupes exist;
      and bad leaders outnumber the good ones
      because idiots are a dime a dozen.
      *
      It could be said of our revolution
      at the turn of the last century
      in the Ottoman Empire:
      “Operation successful; patient died.”
      #

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      • #23
        Re: Armenian Quotations

        Propaganda and TV commercials
        work much better in a moronized environment.
        *
        After using a foreign word
        he translated it into Armenian adding:
        “I have a facility for languages.”
        *
        Books are my best sources of inspiration.
        As for life itself: I live that to those
        who can afford to live.
        *
        If you don’t believe in black magic
        it may be because you have never fallen in love.
        *
        The word “heart” is sometimes used
        as a euphemism for another organ.
        #

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        • #24
          Re: Armenian Quotations

          ON A FAMOUS LINE BY MASSIKIAN
          ***********************************************
          The most unforgettable and revealing line about Armenians
          was delivered by Baruir Massikian from his deathbed.
          When asked to leave his wealth
          to the Armenian Educational Foundation,
          he is said to have replied:
          “I’d rather leave it to a Cairo bordello.”
          *
          If I have quoted this line before, I say:
          Some lines cannot be repeated often enough!
          *
          If truth offends you, it only means
          you have some catching up to do.
          *
          The greater the power of a nation,
          the greater the number of crimes against humanity.
          There is a Genghis Khan in all political leaders.
          *
          The biggest lies come to us disguised
          as undeniable and self-evident truths.
          *
          A man does not fall in love with a woman
          but with a figment of his imagination.
          #

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          • #25
            Re: Armenian Quotations

            Originally posted by arabaliozian View Post
            ON A FAMOUS LINE BY MASSIKIAN
            ***********************************************
            The most unforgettable and revealing line about Armenians
            was delivered by Baruir Massikian from his deathbed.
            When asked to leave his wealth
            to the Armenian Educational Foundation,
            he is said to have replied:
            “I’d rather leave it to a Cairo bordello.”
            *
            If I have quoted this line before, I say:
            Some lines cannot be repeated often enough!
            *
            If truth offends you, it only means
            you have some catching up to do.
            *
            The greater the power of a nation,
            the greater the number of crimes against humanity.
            There is a Genghis Khan in all political leaders.
            *
            The biggest lies come to us disguised
            as undeniable and self-evident truths.
            *
            A man does not fall in love with a woman
            but with a figment of his imagination.
            #
            No wonder he is a nobody.

            In the UK our equivalent is the Battersea Dogs home.

            Much more refined if one wants to make his last point before snuffing it.

            .
            Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
            Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
            Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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            • #26
              Re: Armenian Quotations

              The solution to our problems is not a verbal formula. But if you insist on a verbal solution, abracadabra is as good as any.

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