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Blood-Thirsty "Azeris" Proclaim the Monster Ramil Safarov Man of the Year

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  • Blood-Thirsty "Azeris" Proclaim the Monster Ramil Safarov Man of the Year

    The more Azeris kill Armenians, the less Armenians there will be.

    Iskander Hamidov, former Minister of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan

    Funny, that fake "Azeris" promise the greatest autonomy and security for the Armenians of Artsakh and brazenfacedly demand Armenian territory even when they have lost the war they started.

    That the Turkish instinct is murderous is out of the question. That the Turk sucking, Christ Killer, Zionist West has shut the hell up concerning the barbaric mutilation of Gurgen Markarian in his sleep, in the framework of NATO "cooperation for peace", and the destruction of the Jugha cemetery, and the constant delaying of the trial of the beast, shows the ignoring of justice by the western xxxxxxs in need of a few drops of oil.

    Compare this barbarity (plus the glorification of the coward butcher) and the lack of condemnation from the international community, with the instant commotion around the killing of the Jew Ilan Halimi in Paris and the demonstrations and condemnations of this crime.

    Even a black man* killed in Russia makes it to the international media and the murders and attacks against Armenians in Krasnodar and Moscow are completely ignored.

    * I only mean that an Armenian is even less important than those who are regarded inferior in this racist world.
    Four things denialist Turks do when they are confronted with facts:

    I. They change the subject [SIZE="1"](e.g. they copy/paste tons of garbage to divert attention).[/SIZE]
    II. They project [SIZE="1"](e.g. they replace "Turk" with "Armenian" and vice versa and they regurgitate Armenian history).[/SIZE]
    III. They offend [SIZE="1"](e.g. they cuss, threaten and/or mock).[/SIZE]
    IV. They shut up and say nothing.

    [URL=""][COLOR="Red"]A country named Azerbaijan north of the Arax River [B]NEVER[/B] existed before 1918[/COLOR][/URL]

  • #2
    Hey Hellakator long time no see...and yeah your comments are right on the mark - there should be significantly more (International) outrage over these acts as well as condemnation of the Azeris for their hateful, reckless and most telling statements. NK was never "theirs" and it never shall be - I mean come on now already...
    Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?
    Adolf Hitler (22 August 1939)


    • #3
      I agree, these attacks are outrageous, and should be much better publicized, and their perpetrators should never be allowed to get away with it.


      • #4
        Let them wallow in their cultural rot.