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Do you really want open borders?

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  • #31
    Re: Do you really want open borders?

    Originally posted by Mos View Post
    This actually will help Armenia a lot. More EU products will flow into Armenia (including Turkish), but it will put less economic strain on us. I don't think many Turks will want to come to Armenia so our country won't be infested with them. For Karabakh, Azeri's will have less place to pressure us and Turkish-Azeri relations will be strained a little. Also Turkey going into EU will be good for us. Then Turkey cannot do anything stupid like help Azeri's if a war breaks out. Also, we might have a chance of entering EU since we will be bordering EU country and our government has expressed interest in joining. Of course, addmission into EU for Armenia is long way off.
    -turkey joining the EU will be disastrous for the entire world, millions of them will move into European countries and destroy whatever is left, turks are central asian people that have nothing to do with Europe.
    -Armenia won't benefit from EU entry because the EU powers (Germany and France) will do the same thing with Armenia as they did with Poland.
    They basically OWN everything in Poland, the news media, the roads, the factories etc. You think Germany builds Polish highways for fun? or because Germans are good people? NO. They have other interests there. I don't want that stuff in my country. If they wanna help they should invest in universities. How many times have you seen a country help another country build universities, VERY RARE indeed because that's true help.
    -turkey will be able to help azeris no matter what, why would they not? The EU is going to stop them? please.
    -Armenia is not a European country geographically so we should stay out of the Bolshevik EU.

    I agree on two points
    -the relations between az and turkey will worsen
    -we will be able to get turk made products...
    because we aren't smart enuf to produce our
    own toilet papers and our govt is looking for
    an excuse
    Last edited by merhayrenik; 04-11-2009, 10:07 PM.


    • #32
      Re: Do you really want open borders?

      Originally posted by THQ

      My intention? Im just wondering your thoughts on opening the borders.

      I never said anything like that. You should go back and read my post.
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      • #33
        Re: Do you really want open borders?

        Russia Today TV

        Serj Sargsyan interviewed on "Russia Today"'s Spotlight, 30 minute interview on today's broadcast.
        Last edited by hrai; 04-23-2009, 10:47 PM.