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      Quote Originally Posted by londontsi View Post
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      Armenia's ability of providing refuge and a permanent home to Armenians (from war torn middle east) to their forefathers land has produced less than respectable results.

      I will not mention of the thousands upon thousands of Armenia-born who have left and leave Armenia for the well known reasons.

      For Armenia to stand up gallantly and offer home to other ethnic groups is farcical to say the least.

      Having got all that off my chest, I have to say I have the greatest respect for the Yezidis and the Assyrians from our common history.

      I am not saying we should not help them but I am describing ourselves like the man of a family who cannot look after his kids, goes to offer charity to the neighbours kids.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
      Well reasoned post, and I agree in principle . However, I disagree with your use of "farcical".
      If we are sincere in our offer, then it is not a farce. If we are going to be honest then we need to inform that we ourselves are hard pressed and all we have is the land and safety to offer, and not much else.
      Personally I'm concerned for them.
      It seems clear by Artsahk's post that the Yisidiz citizens of Hayastan are ready to step up to the plate.
      If our people can find it within ourselves to of them shelter with sincerity, I think it's the right thing to do, and actually incumbent upon us to do this.
      I commend Bako for his words and am honored by them.
      Quote Originally Posted by londontsi View Post
      When one cannot look after its own for both physical as well as financial reasons pretend to jump in as a benefactor is farcical.

      Just for the record not long ago when the Yazidis were going through one of the worst catastrophic experiences at the hands of ISIS Armenia was able to offer the grand total of $100,000

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      Woke up briefly for important business (bathroom), and thought I'd look at forum briefly. So a quick reply and then I'm off to the unknown again.
      I'll look up "farcicle" during my waking time later, but thought if the offer was sincere, then notwithstanding the impracticality do to lack of financial wherewithal that would mean the offer is not a farce, but financial beyond practicality.
      Nevertheless, the Yisidiz community has clearly stated they would take responsibility. Also it was the Yisidiz citizens of Hayastan that initiated the request to relocate the jeopardized displaced Yisidiz .
      Do you think the Yisidiz citizens have miscalculated their own means & ability ?
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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Quote Originally Posted by londontsi View Post
      When one cannot look after its own for both physical as well as financial reasons, to pretend and jump in as a benefactor is farcical.

      Just for the record not long ago when the Yazidis were going through one of the worst catastrophic experiences at the hands of ISIS Armenia was able to offer the grand total of $100,000

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      I have woken to another day on this blood soakin dirt ball.
      I looked up the definition of farcicle and found that one could be sincere whilst make a statement or offer that is a farce.
      So, my understanding of farce or farcicle was incorrect.
      However , I would still contend that the use of farcicle as you (Londontsi) have used it is incorrect.
      As I & Artsahk have pointed out, the Yisidiz citizens of Armenia have stated they would bear the burden of helping the 150 of their brethren and that they had a significant number of empty houses as well.
      Do you contend with their judgment of their ability?
      Further more Armenia has not made any offer to help these displaced Yisidiz , but only stated the procedure of relocating these Yisidiz requesting by our Yisidiz citizens must be presented in writing, and as far as I know have made no further statements on this matter. So no farce or farcicle statement(s) have been made by RA concerning this matter.
      Insofar as the offer by Artsahk govt goes. Have you looked at the economic growth rate of Artsahk in the last 16 years?
      I think phenomenal is not inappropriate . So again, the offer made by Artsahk republic cannot be construed as farcicle.
      When you couple the offer made by Artsahk republic with the stated offer of our Yisidiz citizens, I think there is absolutely no farce to the Artsahk republics offer, none whatsoever .
      With all do respect.
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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Newly formed YPS units in Gever, SE Turkey




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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Quote Originally Posted by armnuke View Post
      Newly formed YPS units in Gever, SE Turkey



      Looks like the klu kux klan.
      The concerns of both groups are virtually identicle.
      They care about themselves --- exclusively ---.
      Let them and the hominoid tear each other to shreds.
      They each deserve it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Artashes View Post
      Looks like the klu kux klan.
      http://38.media.tumblr.com/e68eb29be...9ef3o1_500.gif

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      Quote Originally Posted by Azad View Post
      This is lovely

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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Goodbye turks


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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Apparently some azeris are fighting with the PKK?


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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Looking more an more like Syria


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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Quote Originally Posted by Azad View Post
      Looking more an more like Syria


      NATO's formidable force can aim at an empty building from 100 meters. LOL

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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Quote Originally Posted by armnuke View Post
      NATO's formidable force can aim at an empty building from 100 meters. LOL
      You can tell it was staged, as in recreating what happened. The turks are shooting and the "journalists" are standing in the line of fire. Riiiight turks!

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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Notice the new tone of The State Department in regards to turkey's demands.


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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Confirmed reports of Turkish heavy artillery shelling of Kurdish YPG positions around Menegh airbase in Northern Syria. Menegh AB was taken by YPG from Turkish-backed terrorists a couple of days ago.

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      Re: Kurdish-Turkish Clashes

      Slowly but surely starting to look like Syria




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