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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 ASALA2116 View Post
    I have met Pavlik.
    How long for.

    Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
    He is a nationalist that can be manipulated very easily.
    How long did it take to come to that conclusion

    Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
    But Armnuke is right.
    Most of these Sasna Tsrer guys are cut because they didn't get anywhere financially.
    That is the line of the Government to negate everything they were complaining about, the war, (possible) treachery, misrepresentation of war events and results etc etc.
    How can you turn the whole events on its head and present it as a result of not being financially successful? Just ludicrus.

    Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
    Someone said before it has "nothing to do with money ".
    Brother everything has to do with money.
    You are projecting your own values.

    .
    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

      Ադրբեջանը Նախիջևանում թուրքական արտադրության 302 մմ ՀԿՌՀ է ցուցադրել

      http://razm.info/94687

      hmmmm.....

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

          Originally posted by Azad View Post
          Brun burn your reserve

          "Azerbaijan Raids Wealth Fund as Central Bank Gets $4 Billion

          A rebound in oil prices has brought no relief for Azerbaijan, the third-biggest crude producer in the former Soviet Union ... The $33 billion wealth fund has been the only source of dollars at auctions since February, when the central bank stopped sales after its assets declined to $4 billion."

          https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...o-central-bank
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          The drops them down to $29bln. Allegedly. And another $3bln (6bln manat) on state expenditures plus another $0.5bln on some kind of infrastructure/gas expenditure means that they're piggy bank is going to take a hit. The transfer seems like they're going to hold off the slide of the Manat, but we never truly know with these clowns. This is where an Armenian style GRU unit would help in collecting vital intel.

          Speaking of central banks...Armenia should build robust financial institutions that aid in development.

          - A central bank that we have should be authorized to make sure prices remain stable and the currency has strong legitimacy, along with regulating banks to make sure they are all financially sound.
          -An agricultural bank to make sure that the agrarian sector is well financed, secured, and provides the farmers and peasants with adequate employment and food.
          -An Export Credit Agency that finances companies that are looking to EXPORT goods and services. Armenia can be a leader in construction services and pharmaceuticals.
          - A development bank modeled after all the other development bank but specifically there to build Armenia.

          Each one of these 4 pillar banks should be considered to be a "policy bank" and aim to strengthen its respective areas. With sound banks that are guided to do specific things well, we can build a strong foundation for an economy and gear us to be better suited to weather any external shock. Having a strong economy will be a weapon against the Azeris. Like South Korea outpaces its North Korean rivals.

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

            Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
            Թուրքական թերթը գրել է Հայաստանի հետ սահմանին պատ կառուցելու մասին

            https://news.am/arm/news/367070.html
            Probably the only time in history when turks did anything good towards Armenia.

            Keep out the mongols!

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

              Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
              Probably the only time in history when turks did anything good towards Armenia.

              Keep out the mongols!
              They are sweating so badly with a potential kurdish "nation" with a big portion of it in Western Armenian territories. Trying to control and incapsulate the kurdish population from outside support.
              Let us see which direction it is going to be headed once Trump takes office. Already half of Trump's staff are shekelists. Most likely they are going to seek the old secular turkey (good luck).

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

                  Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                  How long for.


                  How long did it take to come to that conclusion



                  That is the line of the Government to negate everything they were complaining about, the war, (possible) treachery, misrepresentation of war events and results etc etc.
                  How can you turn the whole events on its head and present it as a result of not being financially successful? Just ludicrus.


                  You are projecting your own values.

                  .
                  Am I under oath ? Is this a courtroom? I'm projecting my values when that is what the world has become. Only someone who has failed will say something like that. Look at our country. A poor nation , no money , it's struggling to build a economy and stay in an Arms race. It's all about money. If we were all billionaires we would be able to help Armenia in a great way. If Pavlik had $$ he would never of risked his riches for such acts. But the guy has nothing to lose. It's a waste of time talking about them. I think our Government , Sasna Tsrer , and the rest of the opposition are hungry egoists. They are nothing but a headache.
                  For some reason I see brains in our new Prime Minister and his financially well and has a leaders look and talks great but his surrounded by wolves and hopefully he just doesn't waste time . Anyways a little faith doesn't hurt. Can you imagine a group like Sasna Tsrer running Armenia. God help us.

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

                    Money is everything! As long you do not worship it. Countries with a large percentage of Northern Europeans have establish multi-layers social safety nets, so some liberals can brag you do not need it. Their safety net was build by money worshipers. Most of that wealth was acquired by pillaging natural resources of continents and some hard work (specially Germanic workers). In short, it is an important part of our lives if you want to have a decent existence, specially if you live outside the countries with safety nets. One has to find a balance with “money”. Lots of it brings decadence and social destruction … How most empires perished.

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

                      Originally posted by Azad View Post
                      Money is everything! As long you do not worship it. Countries with a large percentage of Northern Europeans have establish multi-layers social safety nets, so some liberals can brag you do not need it. Their safety net was build by money worshipers. Most of that wealth was acquired by pillaging natural resources of continents and some hard work (specially Germanic workers). In short, it is an important part of our lives if you want to have a decent existence, specially if you live outside the countries with safety nets. One has to find a balance with “money”. Lots of it brings decadence and social destruction … How most empires perished.
                      Liberals don't brag that you don't need money. This is the part where conservatives really have their heads up their asses. Liberals know that you need money to fund those things, so they want to make sure that it is distributed to where it is most needed instead of accumulating at the top.

                      Armenia is actually a conservative country in this output in that the money is in the hands of the few. What Armenia needs is a real liberal movement, to make society more equitable for everyone. It should start with the farmers and land redistribution. But that is a hard sell to the oligarchs...

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