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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    • Originally posted by londontsi View Post
      The demise of hyeclub
      Having a few year chart would have been a better indication. Will explain.

      Originally posted by Hakob View Post
      I noticed that visitors declined after format was changed.
      No, to both of you.
      The reason the format was changed cause the old system was open to attacks. Reason why the site was always down before the switch.
      Those close to thousand users names where mostly fake profiles with funny and similar names. Most likely from some turkic annoyances trying to slow down the forum and sometimes taking it down.
      Also, as you mentioned Hakob, Facebook & Instagram are killing the conventional Forums.


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      • At the initiative of Defense Minister Vigen Sargsyan all the positions were received in the New Year holidays in which there was a congratulatory letter.







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        • Well, even if it is just Burjuin posting, this thread has lasted for almost 10 years now, shouldn't we all be proud? How a small group of people through time managed to keep this thread up and running with the same topic for almost 10 years, sure, ever since this site had a change in design which caused some anger and discomfort but it did not matter as this forum was dying anyway with the rise of social media groups like Azad has stated, we should be proud that this website has lasted this long even if everything was stacked against it. Besides, its not like Burjuin isn't going to stop posting anytime soon, we can always migrate to a more stable website anytime.

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            • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post
              Well, even if it is just Burjuin posting, this thread has lasted for almost 10 years now, shouldn't we all be proud? How a small group of people through time managed to keep this thread up and running with the same topic for almost 10 years, sure, ever since this site had a change in design which caused some anger and discomfort but it did not matter as this forum was dying anyway with the rise of social media groups like Azad has stated, we should be proud that this website has lasted this long even if everything was stacked against it. Besides, its not like Burjuin isn't going to stop posting anytime soon, we can always migrate to a more stable website anytime.
              You can go and read the history of Artsakh conflict and both countries militaries for past 10 years here.
              Social media may be taking a toll from here, but it is not easier sometimes. Or maybe I am old fashioned, Facebook and Instagram are of full of junk, too much.
              I hate network where with Artsakh news I am bombarded with religious (“please send this to 10 ppl”) and personal trash tags and advertisements like use this and you will loose 10lbs in 10 days. Or you will be shocked if you watch this, etc etc...
              This thread is a hybrid of news and very focused opinions.
              Last edited by Hakob; 01-02-2018, 04:42 AM.

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              • Ամանորի և Սուրբ Ծննդյան տոների առթիվ Նախագահն այցելել է Հայաստանի սահմանային պաշտպանական տեղամասերից մեկը









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                • Վարչապետ Կարեն Կարապետյանն Ամանորի և Սուրբ Ծննդյան տոների կապակցությամբ այցելել է ՀՀ պաշտպանության նախարարության N զորամասի մարտական հենակետ







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                  • Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                    Military Surveillance System
                    what is the purpose of this system? anything to do with the borders?

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                    • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                      Having a few year chart would have been a better indication. Will explain.



                      No, to both of you.
                      The reason the format was changed cause the old system was open to attacks. Reason why the site was always down before the switch.
                      Those close to thousand users names where mostly fake profiles with funny and similar names. Most likely from some turkic annoyances trying to slow down the forum and sometimes taking it down.
                      Also, as you mentioned Hakob, Facebook & Instagram are killing the conventional Forums.

                      The logic is confusing.

                      We were saved from the hackers but the end result was what the hackers wanted.
                      Nothing to self-congratulate ourselves with.

                      One of the strengths of purpose of Hyeclub is the contributions of members from a variety of news sources eliminating the need to do the research individually.

                      The argument that there is nothing to discuss about is ridiculous.
                      That will only be true if Artsakh end up like the ruins of Ani.
                      There will always be issues to inform as well as discuss about Artsakh for as long as the struggle for independence is alive and kicking.

                      I think Hyeclub served very useful purpose all those years.
                      Its missions is not finished
                      Most importantly its need remains unless we can point to an alternative source.

                      Justifying failure ( of Hyeclub) should be below our dignity.


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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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