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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    All posts on Armenian genetics moved here http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....genetics/page4
    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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        Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
        Yeah but then again maybe we should have sided with Turkeys ally Germany during ww2 and wait for the turks to liberate us from the evil russians.

        Nk war was not won because of armenians superior genetics, bravery or luck.
        No luck, no such thing in war..........luck only in combat.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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          Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
          "Our people have had the honor to be among those who founded the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Despite the innumerable errors, both large and small, it is an undeniable fact that only as a part of the USSR have our people been able to survive Turkish invasion, live within secure borders, and progress economically and culturally. In spite of the current criticisms expressed from every quarter, it is a fact that the inhabitants of the Armenian
          Soviet Socialist Republic today enjoy a higher standard of living and more security than have Armenians at any other time in their three thousand year history. And all of this has taken place in the face of enormous challenges, including foreign invasion, economic isolation, civil war and an unimaginably costly World War"

          -Monte Melkonian
          We were as secure in Romsn times with our two Legions commanded by Romans.........most if not all died in combat

          For Rome
          For Russia
          For Iran
          For USA
          Even for Nazis

          Now all that matters is Artsakh. Last page will never be turned on Armenians.
          B0zkurt Hunter

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            Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
            I am wondering why was this video made, so the world feels sorry fo us or what.

            If we are able to answer we answer if we cannot we suffer ....... quietly.

            We should never portray ourselves as the goodies because we want to keep the peace and be treated as punching bags.

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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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              Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
              This is all waste of time. The world is so busy that no one will listen to this.
              We need to build a wall on the border with Azerbaijan, that's the only thing that's gonna stop them.

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                We need to build underground tunnels on our front line. It's a disaster for any enemy. That way our soldiers are not training for snipers

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                  NKR car imports and total number of cars.

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                    .

                    One of the advantage that we have regards our defence is nature, our mountains.

                    Instead of building walls and tunnels we should deprive them of the heights they are using to make mischief.

                    The territory involved cannot be more than a few kilometres advance, not easy to take but it should be within the capability of our forces.

                    Our mountains have served us well all those years, lets make sure our mountains do not serve them.

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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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                      I want to point out a article that is published by a certain publication, written by a certain writer, and propagated in this forum by you know who. To say that foreign powers seek to destroy us from within is no exaggeration nor paranoia.

                      Collapse of Armenian Army Will Be Key Factor of Big War

                      Igor Muradyan, Political Analyst
                      Comments - 18 January 2017, 22:37
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                      Russian-Turkish Relations: the Black Sea

                      The United States is about to launch a new policy of suffocating Russia, turning it to a poor country without prospects and isolating it from the rest of the world. The Black Sea is becoming the start of this global offensive, and there is no need to think that the United States will be limited to some geopolitical or technical military conditions.

                      The Black Sea and the South Caucasus will be a “primary” platzdarm for the West’s attack on Russia. To some extent, the West repeats the experience of the war in Crimea, and it seems quite effective. In addition, NATO members will gladly accept this policy in this direction.

                      There are a lot of obstacles to NATO in the South Caucasus which have been created by Russia, including Armenia which will be dissolved in the strategy of the Alliance. The United States and NATO are ready to subdue Armenia. Armenia’s whims annoy NATO and the United States, and now very little is left to subdue it to the goals of the Alliance.

                      In addition, the West has realized that any government in Armenia will obey the Russians. Nobody needs such Armenia, even the Russians. The only thing that worries the West is the Armenian armed forces but they are starting to collapse, and this must be avoided. The Armenian army must be one of the factors of the policy of the U.S. and NATO dominance.

                      The United States does not rely on the president or the parliament of Armenia. As a political subject, Armenia has no importance, and this circumstance may fully favor the United States.

                      Russia is displaying its interest in shedding responsibility for its vassals. The Russians are trying to rid of CSTO, which binds Russia to its vassals and their security. Soon CSTO will be suspended and evaluated as a military organization. This organization is over as one that is dangerous for the interests of Russia and useless.

                      The Western community has realized that it is necessary to put stronger pressure on Russia to the point of a total crisis. Russia is facing loss of state order.

                      In addition, there will be external, not internal means of pressure in the first stage.

                      The relations between Russia and Turkey have never been reliable. Turkey is loyal to its usual tactics of conjuncture policy, and Russia is normally mistaken, perceiving Turkey as a loyal friend.

                      The two countries view each other as limited partners who are not capable of getting free from the web of their imperial ambitions. The two countries have quite complicated intentions in the Eurasian area which are related to their imperial ambitions.

                      Russia and Turkey continue the quest for new partners in different regions, including the Near East and Central Asia, as well as the Balkans. The two countries appear in a state of diplomatic clash even at this “interval” of the world politics.

                      Turkey has not lost its importance for the United States and NATO. This is especially well reflected in the Black Sea issues. The Black Sea is getting a new role but neither Bulgaria, nor Romania as NATO member states are ready to counteract Russia.

                      Considering the factor of the Montreux Convention, the importance of Turkey in the Black Sea is now bigger. Combining Turkey as a partner and a rival remains an issue for the United States and NATO. Nevertheless, it is possible to find out through the example of the Black Sea whether Turkey remains a NATO ally and Russia’s rival.

                      Currently the United States and NATO have a possibility to keep Turkey in the state of a “second class” ally. Turkey does not intend to leave NATO and end its relations with the United States.

                      Will Turkey stay in NATO and get closer to Russia? In this case, it is necessary to identify the role of the Europeans in retaining Turkey in NATO, and the U.S. attitude to this. Apparently, Turkey will remain a specific member of NATO for a long time with a relative status there.

                      In the sense of the previous stage Turkey has already ceased being a NATO member, and this does not cause any doubts in NATO member states, particularly the United States. Moreover, Turkey’s situation favors NATO. And does this favor Turkey?


                      The full article is available in Russian here.

                      http://www.lragir.am/index/eng/0/comments/view/36713
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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