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Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

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    General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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    Pricey real estate deals in Dubai raise questions about Azerbaijan's president

    If Dubai's mansions could talk
    "Azerbaijanis with the same names as the president's three children own real estate in Dubai worth about $75 million, property data indicate. The Dubai purchases could provide a rare concrete example of how much money Azerbaijan's governing elite has amassed and where it is being stashed.

    By Andrew Higgins
    Friday, March 5, 2010
    DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES -- Even by the standards of a city that celebrates extravagance, it was a spectacular shopping spree: In just two weeks early last year, an 11-year-old boy from Azerbaijan became the owner of nine waterfront mansions.

    The total price tag: about $44 million -- or roughly 10,000 years' worth of salary for the average citizen of Azerbaijan. But the preteen who owns a big chunk of some of Dubai's priciest real estate seems to be anything but average.

    His name, according to Dubai Land Department records, is Heydar Aliyev, which just happens to be the same name as that of the son of Azerbaijan's president, Ilham Aliyev. The owner's date of birth, listed in property records, is also the same as that of the president's son. *** Dubai's Land Department also has files in the names of Leyla and Arzu Aliyeva. President Aliyev has two daughters with the same names and roughly the same ages. "
    * Heydar Aliyev = ruthless former KGB official & after his death touted as the "Dear Leader" of Azerbaboon (much like Kim Jong Il).
    * Ilham Aliyev = groomed to be the replacement and brought to power in a phony election - doesn't physically resemble his mother or his father; behaves like a KGB strong man when the Western media isn't looking (or doesn't want to look?); The Western press barely devote any time to stories of corruption regarding Azerbaboon that are well-known in every other country in the region (= very suspicious); I also noticed the CIA World Fact Book makes no reference to certain minority groups in Azerbaboon (= very suspicious because that's one of the CIA's main jobs).
    * Aliyev's wife = being groomed for politics and devoted to fostering the cult of the "Dear Leader" (Heydar Aliyev) through a number of official foundations financed with oil money.
    * Ilham Aliyev's Brother In-Law (Vasif Talibov) = Governor of 'Naxchivan' with several hundred complaints against him from Human Rights Groups, including slave labor and human trafficking. (See below.)

    With Egypt ousting Hosni Mubarek, I'm surprised people haven't pushed this angle more in Azerbaboon also - Aliyev is cut from the same cloth.

    ALIYEV'S BROTHER IN LAW - MUST READ:'s+br other+in+law&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESjGmGxv v5BM2T3ZO4Km-KuzAUEunRzZVyKzxqftonnpBars_gvKZzg9mkSbem6dxObgtDJ ESoIS96-SpX9jTnoCx-i_oH-HGerCwETsPkTcbkfdyujD6TV-xJx4AQza97ErwNMj&sig=AHIEtbQZ2DMNFpvg5y8F9fuLjBOQT b6TKg

    "Nakhchivan is the most repressive and authoritarian region of Azerbaijan, where the
    political scene is characterised by uncertainty,....

    Vasif Talibov, who is related by marriage to Azerbaijan’s ruling family, the Aliyevs,
    has been the chairman of the local parliament – Ali Majlis (Supreme Assembly) –
    and unchallenged leader of Nakhchivan for the past twelve years. More than a
    decade of Talibov’s rule has left the society with little hope, while widespread
    poverty and a high unemployment rate have had a dramatic negative impact on
    living conditions
    . The authoritarian rule and the destruction of civil society has been
    reinforced by strict censorship and grave human rights abuses."
    Thoughts, comments, information to add?
    Last edited by Persopolis; 02-25-2011, 09:14 PM.
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      Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

      Aliyev's wife's family apparently has more power than Aliyev.

      here are all the documents about azerbaijan


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        Good job on these posts - you confirmed my position that Aliyev's wife is a corrupt power-broker and behind-the-scenes propagandist. People should really add to this link so we can really bring into the focus the evil face of the Aliyev-family and their henchmen.
        Originally posted by ninetoyadome View Post
        Aliyev's wife's family apparently has more power than Aliyev.

        here are all the documents about azerbaijan
        FROM WIKILEAKS: "we profile the family of First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva
        (born Mehriban Pashayeva), and her uncle, former Azerbaijani
        Ambassador to the United States and current Deputy Foreign
        Minister Hafiz Pashayev. Mehriban Aliyeva, besides being the
        wife of the President, is a Member of Parliament and head of
        the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, a non-transparent organization
        that bills itself as a vehicle for charitable works
        . ***
        Today's Azerbaijan is run in a manner similar to the feudalism found in Europe
        during the Middle Ages: a handful of well-connected families
        control certain geographic areas, as well as certain sectors
        of the economy. *** The families also collude, using
        government mechanisms ....
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          "Azerbaijan: free expression under attack before elections
          Ahead of Azerbaijan’s upcoming Parliamentary elections, nine organisations are launching a new report titled “Free Expression under Attack: Azerbaijan’s Deteriorating Media Environment”. The report findings come out of a joint freedom of expression mission to the country in September 2010 and highlight the Azerbaijani government’s failure to comply with its international commitments to promote and protect freedom of expression."
          Human Rights Groups Say Aliyev is an Authoritarian
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            Haydar Aliyev -- Documentary on His Corruption:




            Oil Wealth Kept From Azeri Poor:


            Azerbaijan poisoning Caspian Sea with oil waste.


            Azerbaijan Oil Wealth Going to Elites:


            Azeri Democracy Bloggers Arrested for Using Youtube:


            Azerbaijan Murders Journalists:

            Last edited by Persopolis; 02-25-2011, 10:06 PM.
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              Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

              Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
              Haydar Aliyev -- Documentary on His Corruption:

              i liked some of the comments, lol
              "This is BS", "azerbaijan is a democratic country", " the reporter is proArmenian".


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                The Aliyev family's long grip on power has provided a measure of stability and robust, energy-fueled economic growth in a country that shares borders with Iran and Russia. But it has also left Azerbaijan riddled with graft and a culture of impunity.
                The role played by the Aliyev family at the center of this system figured prominently in the New York trial last year of Frederic A. Bourke Jr., an American millionaire convicted of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act as a result of bribes paid in Azerbaijan. Bourke has appealed his conviction. The case related to an abortive attempt in the 1990s to buy Azerbaijan's state oil company, SOCAR, where Aliyev, now the country's president, was then a senior executive. In courtroom testimony and an affidavit filed with the court, Thomas Farrell, a Virginia businessman involved in the failed scheme, told of large illicit payments that he thought were destined for "the family." Farrell, in his affidavit, related how Heydar Aliyev, the father, "had directed that we wire transfer sums of money into bank accounts held for the benefit of relatives of Heydar Aliyev." Farrell also told that he had been "instructed that money be sent to members of Heydar Aliyev's family for 'shopping sprees.' Typically the amount of money requested was $1 million."
                SOURCE FOR QUOTE ABOVE:

                Oil & Corruption in Azerbaijan:

                Prince Andrew has developed a 'close friendship' with a billionaire dictator accused of torturing protesters, and lobbied the president of another of the world's 'most corrupt' countries, it has emerged.

                During eight visits in five years, the Duke of York has forged strong links with Azerbaijan’s president Ilham Aliyev – whose regime is said to have rigged elections and thrown political opponents in jail. ... The ties between Azerbaijan and Britain are undeniably close, with around 150 UK companies – many of them oil-related – accounting for over 50 per cent of the country’s foreign investment.
                Read more:
                Last edited by Persopolis; 03-09-2011, 12:13 PM.
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                  Over the past ten years, BP has made itself the most powerful corporation in Azerbaijan, with enormous power over government and business decisions. Mubariz Gurban, an official in the governing New Azerbaijan Party: “A revolution cannot take place in Azerbaijan as happened in Ukraine or Georgia. Why? Azerbaijan has oil! Revolutions do not happen in oil states!” SOURCE:
                  SOLUTION: Armenians should spread the word to Boycott British Petroleum (BP).
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                  • #10
                    Re: Aliyev: New Levels of Scumbaggery

                    People you need to make videos like this exposing Aliyev:
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