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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Mher View Post
    lol Armenia's military policy of the past decade. Any time someone asks do you have something, even if not ever remotely possible, just say: no specific comment, were always getting new stuff. Do you have F-22s and S-500s? maybe we do maybe we don't
    We get no bragging rights on the internet......that is the only thing that sucks about being secretive. WE GOT NO INTENSE PHOTOS.
    Last edited by Eddo211; 01-28-2016, 12:21 AM.
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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

      War isn't a video game. War would devastate Armenia and 25 years of progress. As it is, Armenia faces severe demographic, economic, and social issues. Add to that a few billion dollars dollars in damages, a few hundred/thousand dead, a few hundred thousand in emigration, and forever scaring away any foreign investment, and you can very well have the end of our nation.

      Only way realistically that Armenia can take Nakhichevan is if war starts, and those idiots attempt to fire at Yerevan from Nakhichevan which is only 80km away. Short of that, it will be very hard to do anything. Remember that there's 200,000 people living there. That land is not connected to Azerbaijan, what would happen once Armenia starts taking it, and those people are stuck there?

      It would be like begging the Turks to get involved.

      And once again, let's just say it goes perfectly and we take it. What then? you still have all of the problems i mentioned.

      War should be avoided as much as possible. The only scenario in which I can justify war is if the central government in Azerbaijan falls, and theres mass chaos, and we can advance east, and even into Nakhichevan with absolute minimum losses, to get the perfect ground, and create a better buffer, while being sure Turkey will not get involved. Short of that, war should not be an option.
      Last edited by Mher; 01-27-2016, 09:30 PM.
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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

        Originally posted by Artashes View Post
        Timing is all important.
        I say close but not "right now. Baboon gotta start it, then the red suit with the lightening bolt across the chest is put on. Preferably east monkey makes move that west hominoid instigates.
        I think window of opportunity could come soon if monkee money/oil thing continues at the stunning pace it's on.
        Amazing how fast things are moving.
        Putins anger at our mortal enemy is sufficient if timing is there.
        Keeping my fingers crossed on that.
        If that does happen, I still say ... Blaze a path to the Russian border pronto.
        Might get a favorable nod from a certain very angry and determined Slave.
        I say we wait for the Kurds as well. Once the Mongols get distracted with a full scale war (hopefully), the entire Turkish area bordering nakhijevan will be in chaos, making it extremely hard for the Turks to help the baboons.

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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

          Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
          I say we wait for the Kurds as well. Once the Mongols get distracted with a full scale war (hopefully), the entire Turkish area bordering nakhijevan will be in chaos, making it extremely hard for the Turks to help the baboons.
          That would be an ideal situation. We can only dream of that day. It would advance our geopolitical situation infinitely
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          • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

            Just for the record RuAF jets fly in and out of karabakh on a weekly basis from erebuni base.
            A good turk is a dead turk

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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                (1) Eddo, I like you but your above post about bragging rights & intense photo desire is ?????? Sorry.
                (2)Mher, most sensible indeed.
                Your question of what happens to the 200,000 occupiers though ,as if we are stuck with them is in my opinion not like you present. Your following post where you say yes that would be ideal to AK 105 I think is more correct.
                WAR last resort -- absolutely.
                All I'm saying is this ... The speed with which these events are taking place at an unemagined pace can or may present what we thought was unemagined and unrealistic. There actually could be an opportunity to take Nakijivan because of the unstable, unpredictable action of the turc, both east/west. If that happens, we cannot afford to be not ready.
                Russia is not going to forget the murderous treachery and subsequent lies & fraud.
                If east turc has melt down and attacks us to alieviate or distract from their deterioration, it's possible. The phenomenal speed events are taking place leaves tremendous unpredictability.
                One potential ... East attacks without any justification. And the clear no justifiability is recognized my both Russia and USA.
                We responed of course. Nakijivan being part of azer is in on blatant injustice. Russia's anger at west turc give them opportunity to provide air power to stop dead in tracts west turc airforce from entering Nakijivan. There is the golden opportunity to reclaim what is rightfully ours. The 200,000 don't get to stay. Not our problem. They are transported east.
                But you are absolutely right ... We --- cannot --- start this.
                What I'm saying is the rapidity of events is live and real *** RIGHT NOW *** and the psychotic potential of either turc is is ever present.
                With some help by Russia , who is LOOKING to strike the turc and some standard turc unrealism, we could be staring at an historicle opportunity that may never present itself again.
                I'm only saying we should be ready.
                HARK

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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                  Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                  (1) Eddo, I like you but your above post about bragging rights & intense photo desire is ?????? Sorry.
                  (2)Mher, most sensible indeed.
                  Your question of what happens to the 200,000 occupiers though ,as if we are stuck with them is in my opinion not like you present. Your following post where you say yes that would be ideal to AK 105 I think is more correct.
                  WAR last resort -- absolutely.
                  All I'm saying is this ... The speed with which these events are taking place at an unemagined pace can or may present what we thought was unemagined and unrealistic. There actually could be an opportunity to take Nakijivan because of the unstable, unpredictable action of the turc, both east/west. If that happens, we cannot afford to be not ready.
                  Russia is not going to forget the murderous treachery and subsequent lies & fraud.
                  If east turc has melt down and attacks us to alieviate or distract from their deterioration, it's possible. The phenomenal speed events are taking place leaves tremendous unpredictability.
                  One potential ... East attacks without any justification. And the clear no justifiability is recognized my both Russia and USA.
                  We responed of course. Nakijivan being part of azer is in on blatant injustice. Russia's anger at west turc give them opportunity to provide air power to stop dead in tracts west turc airforce from entering Nakijivan. There is the golden opportunity to reclaim what is rightfully ours. The 200,000 don't get to stay. Not our problem. They are transported east.
                  But you are absolutely right ... We --- cannot --- start this.
                  What I'm saying is the rapidity of events is live and real *** RIGHT NOW *** and the psychotic potential of either turc is is ever present.
                  With some help by Russia , who is LOOKING to strike the turc and some standard turc unrealism, we could be staring at an historicle opportunity that may never present itself again.
                  I'm only saying we should be ready.
                  Irrationality was the word I couldn't find while making above post.
                  Turc behavior can bring such irrational moves that this might present an historicle window of unprecedented potential for us.
                  They are by natures IRRATIONAL.
                  !!!!!
                  HARK

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                    (1) Eddo, I like you but your above post about bragging rights & intense photo desire is ?????? Sorry.
                    .
                    Fixed my post for you....it was a joke.
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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                      The only way we get Nakhichevan is when Igdir falls to the Kurdish resistance and that way the only road from Turkey will be cut.

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