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  • #41
    Re: Baby Steps

    Originally posted by Saco View Post
    Dude, WHY ARE YOU SO TENSE? Did I say you were resorting to anything? I simply asked why you couldn't post in a new thread.
    Saco, the thread Hellektor wanted to post in was closed, this was as good as any, as he stated. In fact this thread was comatose.
    Why do you jump down his throat everytime ?????
    Sardarabad,1918.

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    • #42
      Re: Baby Steps

      Saco, the thread Hellektor wanted to post in was closed, this was as good as any, as he stated. In fact this thread was comatose.
      I’d rather have it stay in a coma then screw it up or change the topic. I started this thread for a reason. And I’m saying it AGAIN, he could’ve started a new damn thread which I think he will eventually.

      Why do you jump down his throat everytime ?????
      Suddenly I’m the one jumping down his throat, lol. I respect the fact that you support Hellektor, I have nothing against him, but you’re a bit new here and perhaps don’t realize who’s been jumping down who’s throat so I suggest you choose your words carefully. I didn’t say/do anything wrong.
      THE ROAD TO FREEDOM AND JUSTICE IS A LONG ONE!

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      • #43
        Re: Baby Steps

        RE : Armenian Georgian Relations

        Armenian are treated terribly by the Georgian authorities especially in Jakhvaketi (spelling?), Armenian churches have been defaced and broken and rebuilt as "ancient Georgian" churches, in addition the pipeline that runs in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, they specifically with Turkey demanded that Armenia is not allowed any of the resources, in addition they do not to help Armenian's economically and have made no plans for Genocide recognition, in fact they have at times denied it

        Georgian-Armenian War was a border war fought in December 1918 between the Democratic Republic of Georgia and the Democratic Republic of Armenia over parts of then disputed provinces of Lori, Javakheti, and Borchalo district, which had been historically bicultural Armenian-Georgian territories, but were largely populated by Armenians in the 19th century. By the end of World War I some of these territories were occupied by the Ottomans. When they abandoned the region, both Georgians and Armenians claimed control. The hostilities continued until the British brokered ceasefire was signed, leaving the disputed part of Borchalo district under the joint Georgian-Armenian administration which lasted until the establishment of the Soviet rule in Armenia in 1920.

        The Georgian newspaper Sakartvelos Respublika predicted that much of the parliament would be Armenian and that there was even a chance of an Armenian president being elected. The paper also reported that the Abkazanian republic might already be receiving financial assistance from Armenians living in the United States.[34] Some Armenian groups believe such reports are attempting to create conflict between Armenians and ethnic Abkhazians to destabilize the region. [34] The Georgian-Abkhazian conflict, which is believed by many Georgians to have been backed by Russia with Armenian assistance, has caused many problems for Georgia, as the Abkhazian separatist resulted in many ethnic Georgians killed and displaced, and Armenians in the region did side with local Abkhazians. Reports such as these suggest growing animosity towards Armenians in the country.

        Georgia has also actively pursued a policy of desecration of Armenian spiritual-cultural values, churches and historical monuments on the territory of Georgia. On November 16, 2008, Georgian monk Tariel Sikinchelashvili instructed workers to raze to the ground the graves of patrons of art Mikhail and Lidia Tamamshev. The Armenian Church of Norashen in Tbilisi, built in the middle of the 15th century, has been vandalized and misappropriated by the Georgian government despite the fact that both Armenia's and Georgia's Prime-Ministers have reached an agreement on not to maltreat the church.Due to no law on religion, the status of Surb Norashen, Surb Nshan, Shamhoretsor Surb Astvatsatsin (Karmir Avetaran), Yerevanots Surb Minas and Mugni Surb Gevorg in Tbilisi and Surb Nshan in Akhaltsikh is unknown since being confiscated during the Soviet era. Since independence in 1991, Georgian clergy have occupied the Armenian churches. Armenians in Georgia and Armenia have demonstrated against the destructions. On November 28, 2008, Armenian demonstrators in front of the Georgian embassy in Armenia demanded that the Georgian government immediately cease encroachments on the Armenian churches and punish those guilty, calling the Georgian party's actions White Genocide.
        Last edited by Pedro Xaramillo; 03-01-2009, 07:37 AM.
        ¡Tierra y Libertad!

        Zapata

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        • #44
          Re: Baby Steps

          Originally posted by Saco View Post
          Suddenly I’m the one jumping down his throat, lol. I respect the fact that you support Hellektor, I have nothing against him, but you’re a bit new here and perhaps don’t realize who’s been jumping down who’s throat so I suggest you choose your words carefully. I didn’t say/do anything wrong.
          So I'm new here? I can read posts though and I read posts before I joined.
          You give the impression that you are a moderator to chastise and delete/ban members. You dislike the fact that Hellektor posts in your thread a position not in agreement with yours, best thing is that you post a thread and nobody else posts there until we get approval from yourself.
          As regards your suggestion, I choose to ignore it and you can return it to where the sun don't shine.
          Saco, you act like you're a preacher or more even, look at yourself, how you make little real contribution with your posts but spread disagreements, even with your "friends" ie Edmond.
          Sardarabad,1918.

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          • #45
            Re: Baby Steps

            Everyone seriously needs to chill, put on some Bob Marley or something, jeez
            ¡Tierra y Libertad!

            Zapata

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            • #46
              Re: Baby Steps

              So I'm new here? I can read posts though and I read posts before I joined.
              Doesn't look like it.

              You give the impression that you are a moderator to chastise and delete/ban members. You dislike the fact that Hellektor posts in your thread a position not in agreement with yours, best thing is that you post a thread and nobody else posts there until we get approval from yourself.

              I simply didn't want Hellektor to screw up my thread which had nothing to do with what he said, I know he has the power to do that. Am I asking for too much? I even supported what he said but it didn't have to come up in this thread.

              As regards your suggestion, I choose to ignore it and you can return it to where the sun don't shine.Saco, you act like you're a preacher or more even, look at yourself, how you make little real contribution with your posts but spread disagreements, even with your "friends" ie Edmond.
              Don't talk about my friends. We'll understand each other, we'll fix any errors, etc. It is not in your place to say something like that and what happened was a mere misunderstanding. And I never preach, I only say the truth. To some it looks like preaching and to many, it looks like a simple post with truthful views. So enough with the "Your a preacher" phrase. It's starting to annoy. And regarding contribution, I can see how much contribution your making.
              THE ROAD TO FREEDOM AND JUSTICE IS A LONG ONE!

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              • #47
                Re: Baby Steps

                Originally posted by Pedro Xaramillo View Post
                Everyone seriously needs to chill, put on some Bob Marley or something, jeez
                I was thinking more in line of a iced Corona with lime…….relaxing to the sounds of Carlos Santana, my brave Indian Mexican friend.

                ¡Tierra y Libertad!
                B0zkurt Hunter

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                • #48
                  Re: Baby Steps

                  Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
                  I was thinking more in line of a iced Corona with lime…….relaxing to the sounds of Carlos Santana, my brave Indian Mexican friend.

                  ¡Tierra y Libertad!
                  Good point Eddo jan, Santana always does the trick

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBo3pbKUbfc
                  ¡Tierra y Libertad!

                  Zapata

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                  • #49
                    Re: Baby Steps

                    Originally posted by Saco View Post
                    Suddenly I’m the one jumping down his throat, lol. I respect the fact that you support Hellektor, I have nothing against him, but you’re a bit new here and perhaps don’t realize who’s been jumping down who’s throat so I suggest you choose your words carefully. I didn’t say/do anything wrong.
                    Hrai is not "a bit new here" - he/she was (is?) a banned member who has returned and is posting under a new username.
                    Plenipotentiary meow!

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                    • #50
                      Re: Baby Steps

                      Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
                      Hrai is not "a bit new here" - he/she was (is?) a banned member who has returned and is posting under a new username.
                      Even a "newbie" can take a near instant dislike to you cat, my dislike actually came only after you exposed yourself as an expert on wikipedia and ebay......before that I actually read your posts!
                      Your search engine must have misdirected you, go back to Wiki and ebay.
                      Sardarabad,1918.

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