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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 londontsi View Post
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    You better watch it yourself Azad,

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

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    Cause Soros is not into the news business. It is like saying, Armenians object to Talat pasha's food fund for Armenian orphanes. You see, it just doesn’t sound right.
    Now imagine an Indian guy behind a cash register and he is tell you "He is a very very baad man" head shaking left the right.

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        I was watching a documentary about Azerbaijan made in the the year 2000. It talks about how the country is poor despite its large oil reserves. Anyways It shows alot of Baku and the people there, and it was interesting that these faces that I saw look very different than the faces of many of the dead Azeri soldiers we have seen especialy the ones from the April 4 day war. What I mean by this is the faces of the Azeris from the documentary they, well they look like turks. However many of their soldiers killed during the April war did not look like the faces of the azeris you see in this documentary. Many of the dead soldiers look like natives ( lezginks, talyish, even us Armenians ) So I started to think are the Azeri turks sending their minorites to die in Artsakh while they are safe away in baku? I might be off in what Im saying but I will put a link to the documentary and I want you guys to check it out and you will see a drastic difference in the peoples faces from the documentary compared to their dead soldiers. Once you have seen the video please share your thoughts.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvyK2YdXRzU

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          Originally posted by Azad View Post
          Cause Soros is not into the news business. It is like saying, Armenians object to Talat pasha's food fund for Armenian orphanes. You see, it just doesn’t sound right.
          Now imagine an Indian guy behind a cash register and he is tell you "He is a very very baad man" head shaking left the right.
          In this world the so called news includes high level of biased misinformation as well as outright lies.

          Hopefully we agree so far.

          So here one has to look/search for facts. Preferably from first source.

          As an example if our President says in person, “ I agreed to give 7 districts of Artsakh which Azerbaijan considers occupied lands”
          then to me it does not matter whether the news outlet is Soros funded or not because I can see the proof of what is being reported.

          I would also suggest, misinformation in the form of news does not seek to educate us with facts rather it is a component of an overall strategy of the hostile party.
          In that context it does not need to have long lifespan until it is proven wrong. The projects is considered successful if it served its purpose.
          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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            Originally posted by ayrudzi View Post
            I was watching a documentary about Azerbaijan made in the the year 2000. It talks about how the country is poor despite its large oil reserves. Anyways It shows alot of Baku and the people there, and it was interesting that these faces that I saw look very different than the faces of many of the dead Azeri soldiers we have seen especialy the ones from the April 4 day war. What I mean by this is the faces of the Azeris from the documentary they, well they look like turks. However many of their soldiers killed during the April war did not look like the faces of the azeris you see in this documentary. Many of the dead soldiers look like natives ( lezginks, talyish, even us Armenians ) So I started to think are the Azeri turks sending their minorites to die in Artsakh while they are safe away in baku? I might be off in what Im saying but I will put a link to the documentary and I want you guys to check it out and you will see a drastic difference in the peoples faces from the documentary compared to their dead soldiers. Once you have seen the video please share your thoughts.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvyK2YdXRzU
            According to one of the comments on youtube,
            "The guy on 21min Elmar Huseynov was killed March 25 2005 in Baku Azerbaijan".

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            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 & Azerbaijan

              Originally posted by londontsi View Post
              As an example if our President says in person, “ I agreed to give 7 districts of Artsakh which Azerbaijan considers occupied lands”
              then to me it does not matter whether the news outlet is Soros funded or not
              We have been saying it for over decades, yet we did not give them anything. It is just a way to appease the idiots.

              Soros and his gang keep mentioning how empty is that half filled glass is always fallowed by riots and discontent of the population. It is not misinformation it is manipulation.
              The people that are behind the Soros of this world, care less if Armenia exists on any map. Their objectives was for the last 200 years to control Russia’s vast resources.
              They almost had it with the fall of Yeltsin, till Putin fked up everything for them. The Yeltsinian Oligarchs overnight got their millions to purchase the Russian wealth for almost nothing. Do you even question where they got their money all at the same time? England is the hornets nest. All the little outlet of Herya/British funded propaganda telling us of our glass being half empty, we know too well. They can stick their nose where it belongs.

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                Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                In this world the so called news includes high level of biased misinformation as well as outright lies.
                Yes, apparently the EU is lowering it "Democracy" to the level of our turkic neighbors when they are fed their own games.

                "EU Parliament approves resolution to counter Russian media ‘propaganda’

                MEPs in Strasbourg have voted on a non-legislative resolution which calls for the EU to “respond to information warfare by Russia.” RT and Sputnik news agency are alleged to be among the most dangerous "tools" of "hostile propaganda."

                "The resolution hits straight at a number of respected media, including Sputnik agency, and has an aim to stop their activity in the EU. Moreover, the resolution bluntly contradicts the EU's own human rights and freedom of press norms," reads the letter signed by Sputnik Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan."

                https://www.rt.com/news/367922-eu-re...russian-media/

                "Dr. Alan Mendoza
                Founder, Henry Jackson Society - London-based progressive Conservative-aligned think-tank (When you see "think-tank" they all are the same people.)
                the organization has strongly supported Israel"
                https://www.algemeiner.com/2013/04/2...doza-tomorrow/

                "British Jewry: A tale of two stories
                At a Friday night Shabbat at the home of Alan Mendoza, head of the Henry Jackson Society, I learned about the vibrant Sephardic community."
                http://www.jewishjournal.com/david_s...of_two_stories

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

                    Originally posted by londontsi View Post
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                    You better watch it yourself Azad,

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

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                    Babken, my friend, is it me again?
                    Sorry for causing brain trauma. I didn't mean to.

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                      Enough with this nonsense, we will put in every information regardless of what source it is just to please some of your complaints alright can we please stop bickering and get back to fighting Azerbaijan.

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