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  • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

    Originally posted by Mos View Post
    . The right minded Iranian Armenians, will have respect to Iran, but their main allegiance will lye to the Armenian people and nation, like all diasporan Armenians should have.
    Iranian Armenians and Diaspora is more worried about Russian influence on the Armenians of Armenia then anything else.......so we hope your statement applies to all armenians, either at home or abroad.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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    • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      Iranian Armenians and Diaspora is more worried about Russian influence on the Armenians of Armenia then anything else.......so we hope your statement applies to all armenians, either at home or abroad.
      Of course it applies to all Armenians. The Russian influence is as a result of 100 years of Soviet Rule. As a post-Soviet people, we naturally display such influence, but we of course still retain our core Armenian identity and culture.
      Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
      ---
      "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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      • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

        Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
        Iranian Armenians and Diaspora is more worried about Russian influence on the Armenians of Armenia then anything else.......so we hope your statement applies to all armenians, either at home or abroad.

        They should not worry about it. It is the Russian presence in Armenia that has kept the turks at bay and will continue to do so. Instead they should worry about how their continued presence in the Diaspora is part of a white Genocide, and therefore make efforts to move to Armenia. At the very least invest in Armenia and help build it up and make it a truly modern and Armenian state that we can all be very proud of.
        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.



        http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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        • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

          Originally posted by Armanen View Post
          They should not worry about it. It is the Russian presence in Armenia that has kept the turks at bay and will continue to do so. Instead they should worry about how their continued presence in the Diaspora is part of a white Genocide, and therefore make efforts to move to Armenia. At the very least invest in Armenia and help build it up and make it a truly modern and Armenian state that we can all be very proud of.
          I agree.
          Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
          ---
          "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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          • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

            Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
            Seriously doubt it, unless he was an old man or a child. But if you have those sorts of illusions and manners you can always PM me your phone # and address and try with me. Online tough guys are just that. For the sake of Armenians, I hope one of his family members doesn't over-react in Iran.
            So, I take it you're a Turk (Azari) as well?. And no, he wasn't an old man. He's in his mid forties, and a very devoted Turk(Azari). He claimed there was no Armenian Genocide and got spit in his face. Oh, and what you gonna do, come over here and teach me a lesson? Get real. You're either an idiot or full of sh!t.
            Last edited by levon1; 04-09-2011, 08:43 PM.

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            • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

              Originally posted by Mos View Post
              we are strictly separate, our culture, people, religion, and of course homeland.
              Then why are Armenians continuing to live in Iran for centuries? How hard can a bus ride to Yerevan be? It's a serious question - perhaps better not answered by you (since you don't live in Iran), but you raise a good point. To me it seems that Iranian-Armenians could easily move across the border to be near their "separate culture, people, religion, and of course homeland." After spending some time on this forum, I really believe it's a question that Iranians should encourage their countrymen to start asking Armenians. It seems that Iranians should ask Armenians: "What are you doing in Iran?" and "Why aren't you enjoying the Armenian culture, people, etc. across the border in your homeland?" and "Why are generations of you living and dying in Iran and pretending you have no common roots here?"

              Originally posted by Mos View Post
              We don't want to be part of any other country or people.
              Great - Tehran has a bus terminal and an airport. I promise that they allow Armenians to buy tickets there.

              However, with attitudes like the ones you, and others, have promoted on this site I seriously doubt "your people" will have much of a choice ... (to be perfectly candid)

              Originally posted by levon1 View Post
              ...And what would an Iranian-Azari do anyway? There is one here and after an argument I spit in his face.
              Originally posted by levon View Post
              Let's see. We got dumb, [email protected] ass Azar ... then we have our newest inclusion to the dumbass nation, Persepolis....
              I <3 Armenians! They're the best!

              LOLz
              -Sig

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              • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
                However, with attitudes like the ones you, and others, have promoted on this site I seriously doubt "your people" will have much of a choice ... (to be perfectly candid)
                Whatever you say Turk. Oh, and I sent you a PM of where we can meet.

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                • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                  Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
                  Then why are Armenians continuing to live in Iran for centuries? How hard can a bus ride to Yerevan be? It's a serious question - perhaps better not answered by you (since you don't live in Iran), but you raise a good point. To me it seems that Iranian-Armenians could easily move across the border to be near their "separate culture, people, religion, and of course homeland." After spending some time on this forum, I really believe it's a question that Iranians should encourage their countrymen to start asking Armenians. It seems that Iranians should ask Armenians: "What are you doing in Iran?" and "Why aren't you enjoying the Armenian culture, people, etc. across the border in your homeland?" and "Why are generations of you living and dying in Iran and pretending you have no common roots here?"
                  How about looking at history for those answers. Armenians fled all over the place during Genocide, including Iran. Trust me if Armenians had a choice, they would have lived with other Armenians in an Armenian nation. Our turbulent history is why we are all over the place, not because we like foreign lands or like Iranian culture. All we wanted to be in our history is free and independent where we can live together as Armenian people, free from foreign influence, and free from foreign powers telling us what to do. We have finally achieved that with republic of Armenia, and I hope all Armenians from wherever will go back to their ancestral homeland, and always remember that what their real country is.
                  Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
                  ---
                  "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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                  • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                    Originally posted by Mos View Post
                    How about looking at history for those answers. Armenians fled all over the place during Genocide, including Iran. Trust me if Armenians had a choice, they would have lived with other Armenians in an Armenian nation. Our turbulent history is why we are all over the place, not because we like foreign lands or like Iranian culture. All we wanted to be in our history is free and independent where we can live together as Armenian people, free from foreign influence, and free from foreign powers telling us what to do. We have finally achieved that with republic of Armenia, and I hope all Armenians from wherever will go back to their ancestral homeland, and always remember that what their real country is.
                    That didn't answer the questions I asked in post #1016. Let's see if someone else has a response.
                    I <3 Armenians! They're the best!

                    LOLz
                    -Sig

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                    • Re: Iranian-Armenian relations

                      Originally posted by Persopolis View Post
                      That didn't answer the questions I asked in post #1016. Let's see if someone else has a response.
                      Probably because they still have a good life in Iran, where as in Armenia, sadly, this is not assured. The question you asked applies to the whole Armenian Diaspora and all Diasporas that have an independent country.
                      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.



                      http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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