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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Armine Sahakyan needs to be jailed for treason or exiled to Kiev. She's literally trying to get Armenia sanctioned so that it breaks its alliance with Russia.
    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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      Originally posted by Azad View Post
      The Huffington Post thrives on controversial articles for attention. Armine Sahakyan is in the same category of the self hating Armenians like Ara on this forum. They will say anything for attention.
      I wish she would be in front of me for a blob of spit and a slap (inch slap ara, senc janov chapalakh) on her sold out face.
      Shame on her family and specially father for raising such a traitor.

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        Originally posted by armo12 View Post
        Good point of view hakob,didn't think that through
        Armo Jan you did good bringing this article to our attention.
        People, do post this kind of article for our attention.
        And yes, she wrote it in such an innocent manner that it's very hard to get the meaning and purpose at the first glance.
        Now there has to be response to this by knowledgeable people disputing and putting it down.
        Shame to that girl...
        Does she live in Armenia?
        Guys let's find her facebook and show her her place.
        Last edited by Hakob; 11-19-2016, 04:46 PM.

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          Originally posted by Hakob View Post
          Armo Jan you did good bringing this article to our attention.
          People, do post this kind of article for our attention.
          And yes, she wrote it in such an innocent manner that it's very hard to get the meaning and purpose at the first glance.
          Now there has to be response to this by knowledgeable people disputing and putting it down.
          Shame to that girl...
          Does she live in Armenia?
          Guys let's find her facebook and show her her place.
          It's not her first attempt. She wrote many articles like this. Someone even posted about it at Reddit a year ago,
          https://www.reddit.com/r/armenia/com...mine_sahakyan/

          Her Twitter,
          https://twitter.com/arminesahakyann

          There is an old Armenian proverb,

          -Mechi geshutyune eresina tvel-

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            I tried to find her facebook but found an account by Azeris called "Armenian terror" in which they put in bold "Armenia threatens world with nuclear" under which there is her Huffington Post article as evidence.
            There you see???
            What a davajan does.
            A woman that does more harm to her nation then 1000 prostitutes in Dubai can ever do.
            She is selling herself (may her soul be in devil's hand) to Ukrainians and now to Azeris and Turks.
            May she choke of the Armenian bread and food and not contaminate Armenia with her presence anymore...
            Last edited by Hakob; 11-19-2016, 10:57 PM.

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                Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                I tried to find her facebook but found an account by Azeris called "Armenian terror" in which they put in bold "Armenia threatens world with nuclear" under which there is her Huffington Post article as evidence.
                There you see???
                What a davajan does.
                A woman that does more harm to her nation then 1000 prostitutes in Dubai can ever do.
                She is selling herself (may her soul be in devil's hand) to Ukrainians and now to Azeris and Turks.
                May she choke of the Armenian bread and food and not contaminate Armenia with her presence anymore...
                I checked her profile on huff post,litterally all her articles are anti armenian and she talks about our country in a very negative way,at first i admit i made a rooky mistake when i was reading the nuke related article,but then i remembered that it's the same kind of article lragir once posted,that article was titled:armenia should have nuclear weapons against azeri smerch.well,these two articles are serving the same purpose and are advertising for false and negative propaganda.on the other hand,we can't deny that if our government wants a nuclear bomb it will get one,but that won't solve a single problem,instead we'll have more and more problems,azeris will get nukes from pakistan,turkey and israeli lobbyists(basically azerbaijan's dogs in the US) will force the UN to sanction armenia

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                    Originally posted by armo12 View Post
                    I checked her profile on huff post,litterally all her articles are anti armenian and she talks about our country in a very negative way,at first i admit i made a rooky mistake when i was reading the nuke related article,but then i remembered that it's the same kind of article lragir once posted,that article was titled:armenia should have nuclear weapons against azeri smerch.well,these two articles are serving the same purpose and are advertising for false and negative propaganda.on the other hand,we can't deny that if our government wants a nuclear bomb it will get one,but that won't solve a single problem,instead we'll have more and more problems,azeris will get nukes from pakistan,turkey and israeli lobbyists(basically azerbaijan's dogs in the US) will force the UN to sanction armenia
                    It would take hundreds of millions if not billions to develope the tech and hardware to enrich either plutonium or uranium into bomb making material. Then you have to assemble a fission bomb, more money. Even if the Gov. wanted to, it's not possible. It would be cheaper to buy 10,000 tons of explosives, bury it somewhere near agdam, draw the turks in and detonate the world's largest ied. Only at a cost of about $30_40 mill.
                    Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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