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    Azerbaijani Threats against Armenia

    This absolutely got my blood boiling

    "within the next 25-years there will exist no state of Armenia in the South Caucasus. Modern Armenia is built on historical Azerbaijani lands. . . I think that in 25-30 years’ times its territory will again come under Azerbaijan’s jurisdiction"
    "All I know is I'm not a Marxist." -Karl Marx

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    boiling blood is no good-

    well you can expect this sort of opposition from surrounding countries because
    1)almost all surrounding cuontries are islamic- therefore not much support there
    2)many political reasons behind it- as ive said before- government is its own secret agent with many hidden agendas-

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    • #3
      Is the U.S. going to do anything about it? What right do the Azeris have to say we're on THEIR land? I mean.. GOD!! WTF!!
      "All I know is I'm not a Marxist." -Karl Marx

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      • #4
        the U.S. has its own motives, wtf resources does armenia have ? nothing big/bulk that the U.S. can profit outta- and B) we dont even have a legit army- and the U.S. usually befriends a country with a strong army just in case in need of troops during war--

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        • #5
          you can thank good ole G.W. Bush for that...he's foreign policy in relation to Armeian, Azer., and Turkey has let them basically continue the militaruy allinace with Turkey to strike Armenian. Dubya made sure an appropriations bill went through to insure that Turkey and Azer. got more military funding aid, while Armenian got a decrease....Thanks W, you big voridzag
          Magic Johnson 2008

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          • #6
            Originally posted by HyeJinx1984
            Azerbaijani Threats against Armenia

            This absolutely got my blood boiling

            "within the next 25-years there will exist no state of Armenia in the South Caucasus. Modern Armenia is built on historical Azerbaijani lands. . . I think that in 25-30 years’ times its territory will again come under Azerbaijan’s jurisdiction"
            I can see why your blood is boiling. People I grew up with are probably gonna fight that... I mean me too, if I was still there. Someone clear this up for me...they wanna start another war and get Kharabach back or what?

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            • #7
              Armenia no more in 20-30 years?

              If there was another war threatening our country, I'm sure a lot of diasporan Armenians would go to fight it. I know a few people who did during the early 90's. I'd even go myself. I don't give a f***.

              If the U.S. doesn't back us up, best believe that Russia probably will.

              There's NO WAY that Armenia will be no more. ALOT of people won't allow that to happen.

              That's why we need to start making friends with odars a little more, rather than always stick together. The more people we have backing our side of the story, the better it is for us.

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              • #8
                Relax, he's just talkin out of his ass, as they usually do. Of course, the danger doesn't come as much from Azerbaijan, as it does ourselves. We ourselves dug the xxxx hole that we are in now in this age, based on the collective behavior of all past ages.

                If you look at Armenia, there is a population implosion working its way. That means something. Put things into perspective folks. And on a side note, if it came to existence or death, you bet I would go back to fight.
                Achkerov kute.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jilbagh
                  you can thank good ole G.W. Bush for that...he's foreign policy in relation to Armeian, Azer., and Turkey has let them basically continue the militaruy allinace with Turkey to strike Armenian. Dubya made sure an appropriations bill went through to insure that Turkey and Azer. got more military funding aid, while Armenian got a decrease....Thanks W, you big voridzag
                  That's just silly. America will always side with Turkey, unless some major conflict arises between them in the future. Weather Bush signed that bill or not, Turkey is a greatley needed Muslim alliance in the Middle East. Therefore, the US will never ruffle their feathers, or cause a riff in their partnership by siding with Armenia, no matter WHO the president is.
                  You suck at life.

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                  • #10
                    I agree with Crimson for the United States national security Turkey is an asset, while armenia might be as well, they might be a 9 out of 10, and us a 3 maybe.
                    About the population implosion, Azeris will double there population way before we do, they're like rabits, its scary as it is them being 7 million, plus another 10 million I beleive in Iran, thats just amazing numbers. Man we need to find some oil in Armenia lol.
                    "If we wanted something, we just took it. If anyone complained twice, they got hit so bad, believe me, they never complained again."- Goodfellas

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