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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The authorities must solve the issue now so our sons don't die on a daily basis.

    If all of artsakh and surrounding territories are handed to Azerbaijan, that still will not guarantee peace, that's a fact. Their appetite will only grow more, and more sons will be lost because of weaker positions.
    The borders of the Caucasus must be drawn up again. I think that has been clear since the fall of the USSR. However, to back giving away lands to the Turks for nothing in return. That is treachery. Its hard to believe the first President since Independence is saying such things. Its as if there is no diplomatic skill or politicial will to do what is needed.

    The hypocritical international "community". Nothing but a heap of sheep sleeping in cow dung. They "pressure" Armenia to give away lands while not wielding the same kind of pressure on Turkey to give back lands it stole 90 years ago, through genocide.

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      Originally posted by Azad View Post
      Western Media are getting active on attacking azeri "Democracy".
      Even semi pro azeri De Wall is attacking them now. Mind you he represents the Sorosites.
      Looks like they are done dealing with the American Shekelist lobbying. The same Shekesist that are now on the soft attacks directed towards the government.
      They are hiring a "swamp" to embellish their corruption and dictatorship @ $50.000 a month to some rednecks.

      http://www.odwyerpr.com/story/public...zerbaijan.html

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        Originally posted by Lori View Post
        The borders of the Caucasus must be drawn up again. I think that has been clear since the fall of the USSR. However, to back giving away lands to the Turks for nothing in return. That is treachery. Its hard to believe the first President since Independence is saying such things. Its as if there is no diplomatic skill or politicial will to do what is needed.

        The hypocritical international "community". Nothing but a heap of sheep sleeping in cow dung. They "pressure" Armenia to give away lands while not wielding the same kind of pressure on Turkey to give back lands it stole 90 years ago, through genocide.
        You said it. The early activities of LTP in the karabakh movement most probably were undertaken in the service of outside forces (US) to contribute to the dismantling of the USSR. It is quite odd that since the occurrence of that event, LTP took a Stalinist position on Artsakh.
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                  Originally posted by Artsakh View Post
                  You said it. The early activities of LTP in the karabakh movement most probably were undertaken in the service of outside forces (US) to contribute to the dismantling of the USSR. It is quite odd that since the occurrence of that event, LTP took a Stalinist position on Artsakh.
                  LTP was not only part of dismantling soviet union.
                  He also literally dismantled Armenia. Economy, infrastructure, society.
                  All the wealth was squandered. Infrastructures, like tram line and bus system in Yerevan was dismanteled without reasoning of inefficiencies or inadequecies. Hospitals, factories, everything was sold pennies to dollar and even that money dissapeared.
                  I guess he was working for a plan that was run from somewhere outside to destroy not only soviet union, but also the republics that emerged afterwards.
                  He also did a great deal harm to emerging national consciousness in Armenia.
                  All those cults and religious groups entered and established sometimes illegally or by breaking all the international laws with covert fundings, false advertisings, blackmails and frauds to individuals, all under the blessings or blind eyes of LTP's government (may god have taken his other remaining eye).
                  Problem is that public opened it's eyes and saw all only after LTP was out of power and was not under responcibilities. But his damage will be there for a long time.
                  For anybody hearing LTP declare today's government "Avazakapetutyun" (thug government) should raise their eyebrows because LTP is the father and architect of that government.

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                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      That is probably the best Video I have ever seen our military in Action literately something out of a Hollywood blockbuster, best video yet even if our military is a walking museum.
                      Last edited by DieHard69; 03-23-2017, 09:59 AM.

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