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Armenia’s uncharted path into Europe

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  • Azad
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    Smaller countries with self sustained economies like Greece should never join larger manipulative entities like the Germanic controlled unions. They will be forced to become the supplemental feeding income of aging Northern Europeans. They sure know how to slave people.

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  • Azad
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    ^^^ Funny how they justify the smaller UK union yet they are not ready to be part of a larger one.
    Why would they, when they have indirect control of the Commonwealth of around 150 million people and continents of resources that would justify their “quantitative easing”.

    “British Eurosceptics (who wish for the UK to leave the European Union) have expressed a preference for a relationship “similar in nature and goals to the EU" between the same four countries: the CANZUK Union."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commonwealth_realm

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  • londontsi
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    NATIONAL DEBT CLOCK

    http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/#countries

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  • arabaliozian
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    STATUS REPORT
    *******************************
    Throughout our millennial history
    our ablest men
    (from Byzantine emperors and generals
    to Mikoyan in our own days)
    have served alien interests;
    which means we, the people, have been
    at the mercy of second-raters
    willing and eager to engage in treason
    and betrayal to advance their own careers.
    *
    To speak of Armenian values, worldview,
    and character is to speak
    of a non-existent black hat
    in a windowless room at midnight.
    *
    What have we learned from our blunders?
    Only to repeat them.
    *
    You think I engage in pessimism and negativism?
    Relax! No harm done.
    For every negative statement I make
    there will be two, even twenty-two,
    far better men than myself,
    willing and eager to contradict me.
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  • londontsi
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    This is the report by the defence minister of Greece to parliament.

    Its an emotional speech how they demanded the destruction of the country by virtually making the country defenceless by cuts in the military
    among other additional cut in the economy including shipping etc..


    Sorry its in Greek. If you find the text in English please post.

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  • Mher
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    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
    Really nice move on Hayastan's part.
    By "line itemizing" the previouse in visioned EU agreement , we are able to keep this avenue accessible and reap much welcome benefits of this contact.
    Really a nice quiet and subtle move that that is good for both parties and doesn't have NEGITIVE impact on EEU dynamic, or for that matter, any impact at all . Actually, any positive benifit will benifit the EEU because a stronger more efficient member strengthens the group.
    By far the only country in the world that manages to have strong relations with China, Russia, America, Iran, and the European Union. Masterful job of foreign policy management specially considering Armenia has so little to offer.

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