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Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

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  • #11
    Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

    So what happens when all the oil/gas money runs out? the aliyev dynesty wont rule forever you know.
    Sad about Nakhchivan though, a beautifull place being wasted away. Every land turks touch becomes a wasteland.

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    • #12
      Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

      Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
      So what happens when all the oil/gas money runs out? the aliyev dynesty wont rule forever you know.
      Sad about Nakhchivan though, a beautifull place being wasted away. Every land turks touch becomes a wasteland.
      Nakhchivan should be further isolated from Azerbaijan and Aliyev's Brother in law, who rules it, should be hunted by a commando unit.
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      • #13
        Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

        Turkificaiton of Azerbaijan - They are doing the same with certain Iranian tribes.
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        • #14
          Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

          Azerbaijan Run by Elite Mafia - Poor are common outside of Baku: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10156909
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          • #15
            Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

            SON OF ILHAM ALIYEV'S SECURITY CHIEF EATS $1 MILLION DOLLAR BEAR:

            BAKU. July 2, 2010: The newspaper Azadlig reports that on May 28, Anar Mammadov ordered at one of the restaurants in Gabala region to slaughter an attraction bear and make a grill for him and his friends. He paid one million AZN (approximately $1.2 million) to force the restaurant to kill the bear. Anar Mammadov is a playboy son of Ziya Mammadov, the Minister of Transportation whose assets are believed to be worth close to a billion dollars. The restaurant which he visited belonged to another Azebaijani minister-oligarch – Kemaladdin Heydarov, the Minister for Emergency Situations.

            The Azadlig newspaper reports that Anar Mammadov was drunk when he ordered to slaughter the bear which was kept in a cage at the entrance of the restaurant to serve as an attraction for the customers of the restaurant. The restaurant employees resisted killing the bear to satisfy the whim of the oligarch’s drunken son. The restaurant employees told Anar Mammadov that the bear was not for slaughter and when Anar insisted they came up with the argument that the bear cost one million AZN just to scare the “customer” away. However, Anar Mammadov said he would pay that amount. When the restaurant’s management called Kemaladdin Heydarov to report the incident, Heydarov, the Azerbaijani Minister for Emergency Situations, reportedly said: “Cut it down and let him eat it.”

            The feast lasted until the morning of the next day. When Anar Mammadov woke up he was presented with the bill for his meal – 1 million AZN. Anar Mammadov had a terrible hangover and a helicopter was ordered to take him from Gabala region to Baku. The newspaper Azadlig reported this incident referring to Rahim Huseynov, the former employee of Ziya Mammadov, the Minister of Transportation (Azerireport).
            Last edited by Persopolis; 03-13-2011, 01:26 AM.
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            • #16
              Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

              Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
              SON OF ILHAM ALIYEV'S SECURITY CHIEF EAT $1 MILLION DOLLAR BEAR:

              BAKU. July 2, 2010: The newspaper Azadlig reports that on May 28, Anar Mammadov ordered at one of the restaurants in Gabala region to slaughter an attraction bear and make a grill for him and his friends. He paid one million AZN (approximately $1.2 million) to force the restaurant to kill the bear. Anar Mammadov is a playboy son of Ziya Mammadov, the Minister of Transportation whose assets are believed to be worth close to a billion dollars. The restaurant which he visited belonged to another Azebaijani minister-oligarch – Kemaladdin Heydarov, the Minister for Emergency Situations.

              The Azadlig newspaper reports that Anar Mammadov was drunk when he ordered to slaughter the bear which was kept in a cage at the entrance of the restaurant to serve as an attraction for the customers of the restaurant. The restaurant employees resisted killing the bear to satisfy the whim of the oligarch’s drunken son. The restaurant employees told Anar Mammadov that the bear was not for slaughter and when Anar insisted they came up with the argument that the bear cost one million AZN just to scare the “customer” away. However, Anar Mammadov said he would pay that amount. When the restaurant’s management called Kemaladdin Heydarov to report the incident, Heydarov, the Azerbaijani Minister for Emergency Situations, reportedly said: “Cut it down and let him eat it.”

              The feast lasted until the morning of the next day. When Anar Mammadov woke up he was presented with the bill for his meal – 1 million AZN. Anar Mammadov had a terrible hangover and a helicopter was ordered to take him from Gabala region to Baku. The newspaper Azadlig reported this incident referring to Rahim Huseynov, the former employee of Ziya Mammadov, the Minister of Transportation (Azerireport).

              F*cking scum! Someone should cut him up and feed him to sharks.
              For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
              to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



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              • #17
                Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

                Somehow this is good news, the billions of dollars of petrol income don't go to Aliyev's pocket alone, but is being divided between 10-15 big families who's wealth all is estimated in billions. Nothing goes to the people, let's hope Aliyev remains until the oil runs out (2019). Imagine what Azerbaijan could have accomplished if they had a modern, nationalistic people loving government. We are lucky

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                • #18
                  Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

                  Originally posted by Tigranakert View Post
                  Somehow this is good news, the billions of dollars of petrol income don't go to Aliyev's pocket alone, but is being divided between 10-15 big families who's wealth all is estimated in billions. Nothing goes to the people, let's hope Aliyev remains until the oil runs out (2019). Imagine what Azerbaijan could have accomplished if they had a modern, nationalistic people loving government. We are lucky

                  Sadly, the same can be said of us. Had we had a normal and even semi-patriotic president in the 90s, after the fall of the ussr, Armenia would be a better country today.
                  For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
                  to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



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                  • #19
                    Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

                    Originally posted by Armanen View Post
                    Sadly, the same can be said of us. Had we had a normal and even semi-patriotic president in the 90s, after the fall of the ussr, Armenia would be a better country today.
                    Indeed, but there have been major improvements in our republic, which is moving forward (especially compared to the 90s). Something that cannot be said about Azerbaijan which is backtracking more every year.

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                    • #20
                      Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

                      Originally posted by Tigranakert View Post
                      Indeed, but there have been major improvements in our republic, which is moving forward (especially compared to the 90s). Something that cannot be said about Azerbaijan which is backtracking more every year.

                      I agree, Armenia is on a progressive course, unlike azerbaijan which has done little of lasting value with its oil & gas wealth.
                      For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
                      to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



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