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

    Originally posted by argin View Post

    Baku – APA. ...

    .....“It is proven by tha fact that military servicemen are in such poor condition. .....

    The baboon are admitting their soldiers are a bunch of tossers who cannot face a very poorly supplied army.

    .... and its a proven fact ... as they say.

    .
    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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      Do you see how their tank is covered with camo?
      Why are ours left naked?
      Don't tell me it costs..sick n tired of this excuse.



      Last edited by armnuke; 05-03-2016, 12:34 AM.

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          Առաջնագծի զինվորները






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            We aren’t expected in NATO, that’s why we were involved in CSTO. Armen Ashotyan, RPA vice-president, stated this at yesterday’s press conference, touching upon the expedience of Armenia’s membership to CSTO.

            “In the period of last 25 years the West didn’t make any alternative security proposal for Armenia,” he said. At first sight, these ordinary statements may be considered sensational, particularly, in the context of Armenia-led foreign policy throughout recent years.

            Just a month ago likewise statement by any representative of Armenia’s authorities would be impossible. It was enough to speak of Armenia’s membership to CSTO, and any official would explain, ground and convince for hours, what an exclusive and irreplaceable security system CSTO is. Meanwhile, presently, a statement is made, that Armenia is in CSTO not for the reason that it’s a functional and guaranteed security system for Armenia, but because nobody “is expecting us” anywhere else.

            Of course, there is the reverse of the coin as well. Waiting for us “anywhere else,” including and especially in NATO, Armenia shouldn’t have led its policy for years in a way to be identified with Russia. This means, throughout recent years, Armenia did its best, so that we weren’t observed anywhere more seriously.

            Presently, Armenia sends its message to the world, that it’s mistaken regarding its geo-political choice. This, basically, is a message, that Armenia is ready to review its geo-political orientation, up to the change of its security system.

            However, the message also rightly contains the record—for that the West should provide guarantees to Armenia, which in previous years were limited within statements. The four-day war urged the necessity for drastic changes, seeking for unusual solutions under usual conditions. Exclusively by such settlements it’s possible to correct the mistakes, the authorities had formerly made.

            http://en.168.am/2016/05/03/6545.html

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              Originally posted by armnuke View Post
              We aren’t expected in NATO, that’s why we were involved in CSTO. Armen Ashotyan, RPA vice-president, stated this at yesterday’s press conference, touching upon the expedience of Armenia’s membership to CSTO.

              “In the period of last 25 years the West didn’t make any alternative security proposal for Armenia,” he said. At first sight, these ordinary statements may be considered sensational, particularly, in the context of Armenia-led foreign policy throughout recent years.

              Just a month ago likewise statement by any representative of Armenia’s authorities would be impossible. It was enough to speak of Armenia’s membership to CSTO, and any official would explain, ground and convince for hours, what an exclusive and irreplaceable security system CSTO is. Meanwhile, presently, a statement is made, that Armenia is in CSTO not for the reason that it’s a functional and guaranteed security system for Armenia, but because nobody “is expecting us” anywhere else.

              Of course, there is the reverse of the coin as well. Waiting for us “anywhere else,” including and especially in NATO, Armenia shouldn’t have led its policy for years in a way to be identified with Russia. This means, throughout recent years, Armenia did its best, so that we weren’t observed anywhere more seriously.

              Presently, Armenia sends its message to the world, that it’s mistaken regarding its geo-political choice. This, basically, is a message, that Armenia is ready to review its geo-political orientation, up to the change of its security system.

              However, the message also rightly contains the record—for that the West should provide guarantees to Armenia, which in previous years were limited within statements. The four-day war urged the necessity for drastic changes, seeking for unusual solutions under usual conditions. Exclusively by such settlements it’s possible to correct the mistakes, the authorities had formerly made.

              http://en.168.am/2016/05/03/6545.html
              So I "hit" the URL looking to see who wrote this but found no author?
              Can you say who said this and if he has any government title?
              HARK

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                Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                We aren’t expected in NATO, that’s why we were involved in CSTO. Armen Ashotyan, RPA vice-president, stated this at yesterday’s press conference, touching upon the expedience of Armenia’s membership to CSTO.

                “In the period of last 25 years the West didn’t make any alternative security proposal for Armenia,” he said. At first sight, these ordinary statements may be considered sensational, particularly, in the context of Armenia-led foreign policy throughout recent years.

                Just a month ago likewise statement by any representative of Armenia’s authorities would be impossible. It was enough to speak of Armenia’s membership to CSTO, and any official would explain, ground and convince for hours, what an exclusive and irreplaceable security system CSTO is. Meanwhile, presently, a statement is made, that Armenia is in CSTO not for the reason that it’s a functional and guaranteed security system for Armenia, but because nobody “is expecting us” anywhere else.

                Of course, there is the reverse of the coin as well. Waiting for us “anywhere else,” including and especially in NATO, Armenia shouldn’t have led its policy for years in a way to be identified with Russia. This means, throughout recent years, Armenia did its best, so that we weren’t observed anywhere more seriously.

                Presently, Armenia sends its message to the world, that it’s mistaken regarding its geo-political choice. This, basically, is a message, that Armenia is ready to review its geo-political orientation, up to the change of its security system.

                However, the message also rightly contains the record—for that the West should provide guarantees to Armenia, which in previous years were limited within statements. The four-day war urged the necessity for drastic changes, seeking for unusual solutions under usual conditions. Exclusively by such settlements it’s possible to correct the mistakes, the authorities had formerly made.

                http://en.168.am/2016/05/03/6545.html
                I wonder if people actually ever think before they speak or write. If fools write things then many fools who read it will believe it. The day Armenia leaves Russian security system for NATO will be one of the last things it does as a Armenian state. If we put our trust yet again in the west then we truly deserve to go extinct for anyone that repeatedly puts his head under a guillotine deserves to lose his head. NATO has zero mechanisms for protecting members against other NATO countries. Our biggest threat as a nation and a people has the biggest Army in Europe and is a NATO member deemed far more important to that alliance then we will ever be. How will we get weapons in NATO? How will we guard our Turkish border while holding off Azeris? Who is going to invest into a country with no security? If you think too many people are leaving Armenia today then join NATO and see the rest get slaughtered as only the lucky ones will leave alive. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.
                Hayastan or Bust.

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                    HAHAHAHA!!! Typical Azeris!

                    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

                    А азербаранские блогеры совместно с агитмашиной минобороны пошли еще дальше: в социальных сетях они представили военнослужащего французского легиона, как солдата «неуязвимого» спецназа «доблестной» и «нерушимой» армии Азербарана !!!!

                    Ֆրանսիական արտասահմանյան լեգիոնի զինծառայողին, հարևան ոչխարները սոցիալական ցանցերում ներկայացնում են իբրև իրենց «փառահեղ» ու «անհաղթ» բանակի «անպարտելի» հատուկ նշանակության ուժերի մարտիկ ։

                    Azeri bloggers in conjunction with the dod agitmashinoy went further: in social networks, they presented a soldier of the French Legion, as a soldier " Unbreakable " special forces " Valiant " and " Unbroken " Army Azerbarana!!!!

                    Ֆրանսիական արտասահմանյան լեգիոնի զինծառայողին, հարևան ոչխարները սոցիալական ցանցերում ներկայացնում են իբրև իրենց «փառահեղ» ու «անհաղթ» բանակի «անպարտելի» հատուկ նշանակության ուժերի մարտիկ ։
                    General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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                      Is It Starting?

                      Haikazn Ghahriyan, Editor-in-Chief
                      Comments - 02 May 2016, 22:34

                      The NKR Defense Army has informed about intensive movement and
                      accumulation of Azerbaijani troops in different directions of the line
                      of contact. Commenting on this information, the spokesperson for the
                      NKR President said such movements are usual but it should not be
                      interpreted as an attempt to attack.

                      May 9 is ahead, the day of liberation of Shushi in Artsakh war and the
                      day of the victory of the Armenian army, and every year the
                      Azerbaijani armed forces try to spoil this holiday. It is possible
                      that the Azerbaijani armed forces will try to escalate the situation
                      this time, more intensively than in the previous years, considering
                      the state of things following the four-day war.

                      In the meantime, Aliyev visited Tartar which borders with NKR and
                      awarded his soldiers, including the one who had beheaded the soldier
                      of the Armenian army. This is a symptomatic act. Azerbaijan proves it
                      is a terrorist state. Besides, Tartar is the gate of Azerbaijan, and
                      Russia saved Azerbaijan twice there, stopping the counterattack of the
                      Armenian armed forces in the vicinity of that town.

                      The cruelest battles of the four-day war took place there, the
                      Azerbaijanis carried out terrorist acts in this direction, ravaging
                      the soldiers and peaceful people. Our soldiers who fought there say
                      that the population of Tartar and the army ran away in panic but the
                      Armenian counterattack was stopped for some unclear reason.

                      While Aliyev was awarding his murderers, Edward Nalbandyan is voyaging
                      around the world, spending huge amounts from the treasury and calling
                      on the international community during his voyages to ask Azerbaijan to
                      behave itself. Today he announced about it in Finland.

                      Since the four-day war Armenia has been living between two realities.
                      On the one side is the whole garbage, the obsolete reality of the
                      ruling system, the political class which believes in trade in the
                      territories of Artsakh and begging for justice from the world, i.e.
                      guarantees for their own selves. On the other side is Armenia, the
                      citizen, the soldier, which is straightening its back and putting
                      forth clear demands and outlines its responsibility. It does not beg
                      for peace and guarantees, having realized how the enemy can be made to
                      behave itself. It is its awareness of its rights and duties, which has
                      been manifested on these days. And this awareness will result in
                      taking all responsibility for the country and its problems by the
                      society.

                      It has started, this process cannot be reverted.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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