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Hakob
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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    That is if there will be Armenia left by then....
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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    I dont agree with you Azad. In states public is allowed to own guns and assault rifles. With this comes a certain responsibility and laws. If you have been stopped by a cop, you have to open your window and rest your hands on steering wheel and wait for officer to instruct you.
    Its the mutual...
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    Last edited by Hakob; Yesterday, 01:25 PM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    Against nazis?
    You donít see a difrence between a group or party or just people protesting?
    Did anyone in Pashinianís rally call for extermination of anybody or any race?
    Or calling for resignation of unlawful 3 term autocrat and his mafia clan is equal to call for anarchy or religious...
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    Last edited by Hakob; Yesterday, 10:24 AM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    Azad this link shows wrong clip...
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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    I agree. And there canít be real negotiations in front of cameras. Nicole made a mistake.
    but with arresting and brutal police methods Seljuk put himself out of legitimacy even more....
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    Last edited by Hakob; Yesterday, 07:57 AM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    How else would he acknowledge his involvement in March 1 events?...
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  • Hakob
    replied to Serjik is going .
    Pashinian declared he would meet with Seljuk only to discuss his resignation.
    I canít wait to see hasdaviz khash/Khorovats thugs like shmais thrown into trash can.
    All the corrupt officials from school principals to delegates and judges, the ones raised and educated in soviet era gone....
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    Last edited by Hakob; 04-21-2018, 05:34 PM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Look back and see that our government always did the same thing to Azerbaijan in our turn too.
    Blaming azery militarism to Aliev clan power ambitions. Blaming Aliev as being corrupt and dictator, while denying that Serj and government have same corruption and authoritarianism.
    We allways...
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    Last edited by Hakob; 04-21-2018, 02:27 PM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Who owns what in Armenia
    This is how a classic ruling family concept works.
    How many are there, 5-6 major ones?
    And naives think that this families wil change anything for good in Armenia, or let it happen.
    It is not possible for any extra value to be created in Armenia because this families will suck it in...
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    Last edited by Hakob; 04-20-2018, 06:40 AM.

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  • Our Army, our pride and hope. Itís the only thing that gives us future.
    God bless our servicemen and women. Give us pease and prosperity.
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Yeaaa...
    He is acting out of fear. Fear of public opinion and anger.
    So this is who he is? Acting moral only under public pressure?
    what about hundreds of millions that his brother Sashik (the uni brow) took out all these years.
    Just the sears building property in Hollywood is...
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    Last edited by Hakob; 04-19-2018, 05:31 PM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Watch this. Very good

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LVPTzq...ime_continue=2
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Irrelevant to what is happening in Armenia now.
    If somebody came and said Pavlik Manukian was a sorosite, Iíd say, he does not even know or care about west or their soros.
    He is a true Armenian in true Armenian pot.
    I think majority of this people in Yerevan today are the same....
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    One problem you have, Azad, is only seing sorosites and western grantists in every protester in Yerevan.
    Actually that is a big problem for all of us. Because of it, events like March1 and much worse can happen in Armenia.
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Agree with you.
    But also should note that only in stalinist or Qaddafi stile dictatorships a leader aspires to rule for life. And in both their ruling accompanies or ends with tragedy for people and country.
    Nobody can deny that leaders of Russia, Belarus or Azerbaijan are not considering...
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Azad, you still not sure why?....
    Because Serjik is dear and indispensable. Every republican says this, not my words.
    And so, in order not to be labeled a sorosit gang, we should all lower our heads and call Serjik ď our dear, indispensable leaderĒ.
    Once worshipping and crowd frenzy...
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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    Well...
    Now Armenia has become another country with having a ďdear, indisposable Leader for lifeĒ just like some banana republics or Arab and African countries or North Korea.
    What is the difference between soviet ďdear, indisposable, leader for lifeĒ communist party and leaders and Republican...
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    Last edited by Hakob; 04-17-2018, 06:44 AM.

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  • Hakob
    replied to Politics in Hayastan
    I am watching events in Armenia with excitement and big alarm.
    Hope this turns out to victory for people quickly and without blood.
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  • Itís sinkng in publicís mind that if Serj is allowed to become prime minister, Armenia will have a clan autoritarian regime just like Azerbaijan for a long time.
    Tgat rdgime May become even hereditary one.
    The outcome will be catastrophic for Armenia. Hereditary leader, hereditary business...
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  • No matter how good this propaganda, still, Armenia needs end of oligarchic power and Serj Sargsian has to go.
    I donít see anything good in same person being ruler endlessly.
    We should all thank him and send him to retirement....
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