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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The Iranian economy can't develop fast enough. They're going to need a few years of foreign investment before the standard of their production rises in terms of quality. Only if the mullahs and neocons don't manage to mess it up. We need Iran to develop almost as much as they do. We need at least one functioning economy and wealthy market in our region. I can't imagine what a different place Armenia would be if Iran wasn't run by those mullah animals, and had a powerful economy in the past twenty five years. Plus, any immigration to Iran is highly preferred to immigration to Russia, because it will always be temporary and with no assimilation
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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

        Originally posted by Mher View Post
        The Iranian economy can't develop fast enough. They're going to need a few years of foreign investment before the standard of their production rises in terms of quality. Only if the mullahs and neocons don't manage to mess it up. We need Iran to develop almost as much as they do. We need at least one functioning economy and wealthy market in our region. I can't imagine what a different place Armenia would be if Iran wasn't run by those mullah animals, and had a powerful economy in the past twenty five years. Plus, any immigration to Iran is highly preferred to immigration to Russia, because it will always be temporary and with no assimilation
        I think we should avoid the use of derogatory words, I am sure some non-Armenians follow our Forums. And we don't need to insult anyone. I check Iranian forums and sites, and they always side with us against Azerbaijan regardless of religion. Other than that, I enjoy reading your inputs, nothing Personal .

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          ^ Agreed, but I understand and share Mher's perspective.

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            Originally posted by Zeytun View Post
            I think we should avoid the use of derogatory words, I am sure some non-Armenians follow our Forums. And we don't need to insult anyone. I check Iranian forums and sites, and they always side with us against Azerbaijan regardless of religion. Other than that, I enjoy reading your inputs, nothing Personal .
            As much I agree with the general sentiment, I grew up in Iran. I assure you that's how they think of their own leadership. Iran is easily the most secular country in the middle east. The people are just stuck with those animals who make them look like idiots on the world stage.

            In fact, my hatred of the leadership comes more from being from Iran than being Armenian. Turks running Armenia couldn't cause it as much damage as those people have caused to Iran. A country with everything you could ever ask for. An almost impossible situation to mess up, and they managed to do it.
            Last edited by Mher; 04-29-2016, 10:57 AM.
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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

              Originally posted by Mher View Post
              As much I agree with the general sentiment, I grew up in Iran. I assure you that's how they think of their own leadership. Iran is easily the most secular country in the middle east. The people are just stuck with those animals who make them look like idiots on the world stage.

              In fact, my hatred of the leadership comes more from being from Iran than being Armenian. Turks running Armenia couldn't cause it as much damage as those people have caused to Iran. A country with everything you could ever ask for. An almost impossible situation to mess up, and they managed to do it.
              I agree with all your points, hopefully Iran will develop economically and politically and Armenia will exploit the opportunities.

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

                Btw while we're offtopic can someone please explain why Monte helped overthrow the Shah during the revolution?

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                    my bad for leading it off topic

                    Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                    Btw while we're offtopic can someone please explain why Monte helped overthrow the Shah during the revolution?
                    The bigger threat to the Shah was considered the socialist/communist movement rather than the islamists. The shah himself spent most of his effort in the 70's crushing the leftists instead of the islamists. The islamists were just one of the many groups trying to overthrow him, and during the latter stages of the overthrow and the immediate power vacuum that followed they managed to take a hold of the movement. (In the early 1980's the Islamists killed an insane amount of left wingers. There are pretty horrific stories ive heard since my dad was sort of a leftist). So, Monte a marxist naturally supported the left wing movement. The queen has actually said, what really killed the shah was knowing those backward idiots took over his precious country. He said if the socialist had taken over, he could have gotten over it, because they essentially had the same ideas as him, perhaps with a bit less nationalism. But with these barbarians, he knew everything he had done would be undone,
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                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      can those shells take out a Grad launcher?

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