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  • #11
    Re: Repatriation and Repopulation

    Originally posted by Armenian
    Apartment yes, land no. In order to be able to buy land and you must be a legal resident.
    well.can we spend holiday in armenia as turkish citizens?or can we invest?
    secret is the captive of its conveyor....

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    • #12
      Re: Repatriation and Repopulation

      If Aper wants to sale his unit and Jack wants to buy it then good luck to both of them. If Jack wants to sale his unit or rent it to whoever it is (lets say EMRE); good luck to both of them. Bottom line is if EMRE is good he can stay, if EMRE is bad, he will be kicked the hell out, but unit will stay in Armenia.

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      • #13
        Re: Repatriation and Repopulation

        Originally posted by HayotzAmrotz
        You are asking how this can be legally stopped from occurring. I will simply say this: A section of the free market that threatens our national security will be dealt with by using the laws of the Republic of Armenia. In other words everything will be done legally, my friend.
        In agree, I have met a few of those "Jack" types. I have heard nasty stories myself. These types should all be chased out of Armenia. The natives need to start taking control of their city. I get disgusted when I see the natives go crazy over every Amerikahai they see, and I'm an Amerikahai. I always find myself telling native Yerevantsis "calm down these people are not worth your admiration."

        As for your wish for some locals to “wake up to the new world” let me just say that in 15 years we have learnt a lot more about the free market than some believe we did. Take a look for example at Russia or Greece and you will see how successful our small and medium business owners are. And I don’t even want to mention about our very own oligarchs in Moscow and Europe. All them, basically knew nothing about market economy 15 or so years ago.
        I agree, and this awareness will continue to improve with more exposure. Yet, the fact remains, there still are very vulnerable families who are being exploited in Yerevan today. It will take some time before it gets better. However, I also worry that in the meanwhile our national security is being undermined.

        Example:

        There is a Turk called Khan Soyak who heads some kind of a Turkish-Armenian businesss organization, MIT approved of course. This Soyak person and a close "Polsahai" friend of his went to Yerevan many times to establish business contacts with Armenian businessmen. A friend of mine in Yerevan, who ran across these two characters, said that they had turned their rental apartment into a w-h-o-r-e house and they would roam the street seeking to buy antiques from poor familes. I'm told this Khan Soyak character has close relations with the "Polsahai" Archbishop in New York City.

        So I know what you are talking about.
        Մեր ժողովուրդն արանց հայրենասիրութեան այն է, ինչ որ մի մարմին' առանց հոգու:

        Նժդեհ


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        • #14
          Re: Repatriation and Repopulation

          Originally posted by Armenian
          So I know what you are talking about.
          I can see that you indeed do know what I'm talking about, eghbair.

          Hzor bruntzqi pes misht miasin aisor internetum isk [email protected] Haiq-um!
          Last edited by HayotzAmrotz; 07-29-2006, 09:53 PM.

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