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

    Meanwhile is Adrbadagan.
    May you lead it to hell.

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

      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      One of the most prominent and dedicated men to Karabakh's cause bashes Azatutyun for their biased coverage concerning the return of inhabitants to Talish.
      Unlike the other troll called Tatul (the baldy on Civilnet), this man is someone to take seriously.


      I like the way he refers to "Azatutyun"s reporters as Soros's wh o r es. Lol.
      In reality, the foreign influence has a lot to do with absence of opposition in Armenia. All those valuable years of past that could have been used in formulating strong and unifying opposition ideology were spent draining our resources and time on secondary subjects that had nothing to do with our core national needs.
      I am talking all the BS about joining Europe or not, Negotiations about Artsakh ( for many years those sponsored publications kept feeding our society one fear after another that soon government was going to hand over Artsakh), LTP's fake opposition/election campaign etc., etc.
      I also find it very amusing that those sponsored links also prevented opposition forces from uniting in a single front. Dig deep and you will see what I am talking about. In one election, at least 3 candidates were funded by outside, but they were kept going against each other as well as against government.
      It is abvious, Machiavellian plans which are hard to detect but also full of western arrogance that inadvetently prevented a totally rotten and corrupt government from falling.
      The government is corrupt and public dissatisfied. So do enough to couse toppling the government, but do not let opposition in forming any national unity so it can be controlled.
      This worked in Ukraine. Grass roots and nationalistic groups did the "maidan", but as they were mostly controlled by foreign power, country's leadership was taken by corrupt figures that had nothing to do with "Maidan" and grass roots, are being controlled by foreign intelligence and actually helped fracturing the country.
      I don't think that Maidan's intentions were a war in Donbas or suppression of Russian minority. But foreign influence and control led to it (as this was sponsor's interests).
      In Armenia too. Have you noticed how many times those fake "leaders" acted in creating fractures in Armenian society? Calling Karabakhtsis "Turks" is only a visible part.
      How many times it has been an opposition figure that acted in preventing diaspora from involvement? Anybody digging deep will find plenty of evidence of what I am talking about.
      Thank god we did not go as far as Ukrainians did. But we lost our chances for real opposition. We lost our opportunities...
      Last edited by Hakob; 11-30-2016, 08:01 AM.

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

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

          Originally posted by armnuke View Post
          One of the most prominent and dedicated men to Karabakh's cause bashes Azatutyun for their biased coverage concerning the return of inhabitants to Talish.
          Unlike the other troll called Tatul (the baldy on Civilnet), this man is someone to take seriously.

          It's kinda hard to take him seriously when you look at his language.

          Also what's this 21+ bullxxxx I keep seeing from Armenia. 18-year-old guys can go and die at front lines but can't read/hear profanity?

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

            Originally posted by Hakob View Post
            I like the way he refers to "Azatutyun"s reporters as Soros's wh o r es. Lol.
            In reality, the foreign influence has a lot to do with absence of opposition in Armenia. All those valuable years of past that could have been used in formulating strong and unifying opposition ideology were spent draining our resources and time on secondary subjects that had nothing to do with our core national needs.
            I am talking all the BS about joining Europe or not, Negotiations about Artsakh ( for many years those sponsored publications kept feeding our society one fear after another that soon government was going to hand over Artsakh), LTP's fake opposition/election campaign etc., etc.
            I also find it very amusing that those sponsored links also prevented opposition forces from uniting in a single front. Dig deep and you will see what I am talking about. In one election, at least 3 candidates were funded by outside, but they were kept going against each other as well as against government.
            It is abvious, Machiavellian plans which are hard to detect but also full of western arrogance that inadvetently prevented a totally rotten and corrupt government from falling.
            The government is corrupt and public dissatisfied. So do enough to couse toppling the government, but do not let opposition in forming any national unity so it can be controlled.
            This worked in Ukraine. Grass roots and nationalistic groups did the "maidan", but as they were mostly controlled by foreign power, country's leadership was taken by corrupt figures that had nothing to do with "Maidan" and grass roots, are being controlled by foreign intelligence and actually helped fracturing the country.
            I don't think that Maidan's intentions were a war in Donbas or suppression of Russian minority. But foreign influence and control led to it (as this was sponsor's interests).
            In Armenia too. Have you noticed how many times those fake "leaders" acted in creating fractures in Armenian society? Calling Karabakhtsis "Turks" is only a visible part.
            How many times it has been an opposition figure that acted in preventing diaspora from involvement? Anybody digging deep will find plenty of evidence of what I am talking about.
            Thank god we did not go as far as Ukrainians did. But we lost our chances for real opposition. We lost our opportunities...
            You reminded me of a famous quote about a very weak king we once had. I don't remember his name, but I remember that he was the son of a successful king.
            <Աւելի լաւ է մեր մոլորած գառնուկը քան օտարին գայլը>
            If I remember correctly, the quote was said by the head of the church. (gatoghigos)

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

              Originally posted by Tsov View Post
              It's kinda hard to take him seriously when you look at his language.

              Also what's this 21+ bullxxxx I keep seeing from Armenia. 18-year-old guys can go and die at front lines but can't read/hear profanity?
              It's up to you to like him or not. I can't decide on your behalf.
              I apologize for introducing this great man this way. That was unfair of me to do so.
              Last edited by armnuke; 11-30-2016, 11:31 AM.

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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

                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  Meanwhile is Adrbadagan.
                  May you lead it to hell.


                  Watch what you are saying Armnuke! aliyev's boys are watching.

                  "Azerbaijan Bans Insulting Its President Online

                  Cursing the president online has become a criminal offense in Azerbaijan, an ex-Soviet republic that is big on energy, but, critics say, short on freedom. On November 30, the Azerbaijani parliament amended the country’s criminal code to protect the long-serving President Ilham Aliyev from online insults, defamation and trolls."

                  http://www.eurasianet.org/node/81496

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

                    Originally posted by Azad View Post
                    Watch what you are saying Armnuke! aliyev's boys are watching.

                    "Azerbaijan Bans Insulting Its President Online

                    Cursing the president online has become a criminal offense in Azerbaijan, an ex-Soviet republic that is big on energy, but, critics say, short on freedom. On November 30, the Azerbaijani parliament amended the country’s criminal code to protect the long-serving President Ilham Aliyev from online insults, defamation and trolls."

                    http://www.eurasianet.org/node/81496


                    You better watch it yourself Azad,

                    Armnuke objects to Soros funded news sources however factual they might be.

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

                      Pokr Mher students demand removal of principal who they say is a giant a$$h0le. Investigation has been launched, ombudsman visited the school today. Proud of our kids.

                      Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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