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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Im baaaaaack. I hope you guys didnt miss me too much, I took the ban as opportunity to concentrate on my education. So thank you mods LOL

    Gotta say this, only mentally sick people look at humans getting tortured to death and feel good about it. I hate turks just as much as any armo but I am not a sicko to get all happy about torture especially because the cruel murder is being done by animals who would do much worst to armenians. I don't care what turks did to armenians, armenains cant start acting like turks. Killing in war is one thing torturing POWs and killing them in cold blood is xxxxed up no matter who they are. I bet none of you big talking guys here have the balls to fight a turk in real life but you got the balls to burn turks on the internet LOL

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      Originally posted by Serjik View Post
      Im baaaaaack. I hope you guys didnt miss me too much, I took the ban as opportunity to concentrate on my education. So thank you mods LOL

      Gotta say this, only mentally sick people look at humans getting tortured to death and feel good about it. I hate turks just as much as any armo but I am not a sicko to get all happy about torture especially because the cruel murder is being done by animals who would do much worst to armenians. I don't care what turks did to armenians, armenains cant start acting like turks. Killing in war is one thing torturing POWs and killing them in cold blood is xxxxed up no matter who they are. I bet none of you big talking guys here have the balls to fight a turk in real life but you got the balls to burn turks on the internet LOL

      I thought they banned you from here for loud mouth and bad language.
      Last edited by Hakob; 12-24-2016, 10:17 PM.

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        If it will save my kids, my family and my nation I will burn captive or not.
        That is what I have been saying for two or three days and if this does not get behind some thick skulls so be it.
        Whoever enjoys watching it and whoever wails on it does not matter.
        I want everybody here to ask themselfs a question and answer here before opening a loud mouth, will he or she burn a captive if it saves such and such said above?
        Forget about the two Turks and forget the offense to your "high consciousness" if someone did laugh at that.
        Just answer my question...
        Last edited by Hakob; 12-24-2016, 10:18 PM.

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

          Originally posted by Vahram90 View Post
          We all would do everything necessary to defend our land but the question was if its correct to be happy about IS killing turkish captives. I'm not moral police but I can say what I think and feel. And yes, for me the reaction of the guys here who are enjoying the video is a proof for victim mentality and the illusion that the reason for our problems is the turk and if one of them is killed we have one problem less. This logic is not only wrong but dangerous. If we want to find solutions for our problems we need to understand their true reason.
          By the way, burning captives alive can never be necessary even in a total war and even if your enemy does such things. During the Artsakh war the Azeris treated our guys very bad. But we didn't and in 1993/4 we gave Azeri captives even the possibility to leave Armenia for Russia. That resulted in mass desertion in Azeri army.
          According to your reasoning all the Turks have victim mentality because they enjoyed and some still enjoy bragging about Armenian genocide with all the possible details.
          Are The Turks victims or do they have any victim mentality in any aspect?
          Enjoying or not, but the greatest "celebrated heroic actions" involved burning or otherwise destroying enemy with fire.
          I find it very similar in value or "guilt" of a pilot or drone operator joicing at the sight of enemies and civilians being shredded or burned on night vision cameras etc.
          No Armenian will burn an enemy if he has any bullets. But understanding the psichology behind fight, war, is diffrent issue.
          The guy just said something like " here is a turkey barbecue", don't you guys make a big deal of it.
          I am the one who said "knowing that those two are part of structure ( I meant gray wolves and Turkish special ops) that has killed Armenians in Kessab, Aleppo, Soldiers and elderly family in Artsakh, I enjoyed watching them burn. I don't regret this statement. It does not have anything with getting sick at the video or not (which is a personal physical psichological reaction that I or anybody will have seing the video) to label a person, that some of you are rushing to.
          It is about principal view of reality of both Turkish and ISIS characters and my understanding and evaluation of each of those characters.
          I do not need to explain miself further if it does not make it clear yet because as I see it, explanations do not clear perseptions in this case.
          Last edited by Hakob; 12-24-2016, 11:09 PM.

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              Originally posted by Hakob View Post
              I thought they banned you from here for loud mouth and bad language.
              LOL It seems all that money spent on his "education" was wasted.

              PS Did you spend all that time in a convent?

              All the same good to see you here !!!
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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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                This may not belong here but in the context of how war is conducted it does.
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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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