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  • Inna
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    Originally posted by Anonymouse I never said I'm not willing to accept you, I just don't like the fact that you don't speak Armenian and it is up to us as individuals to educate and learn ourselves. No non-Armenian is going to teach you your language. And lastly, if everyone in the world stopped speaking Armenian, do you for once think that we would actually still be "unique"? A people without a language is not much of a people. One or two may not speak, but we are lucky that most Armenians still speak the language, sadly the situation is changing rapidly.
    I agree, language is an important part of our culture, and i envy those who are able to speak it..i just don't think is fair for you to disregard someone just because they never got the opprotunity to learn the language

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  • chille
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    Originally posted by Anonymouse I never said I'm not willing to accept you, I just don't like the fact that you don't speak Armenian and it is up to us as individuals to educate and learn ourselves. No non-Armenian is going to teach you your language. And lastly, if everyone in the world stopped speaking Armenian, do you for once think that we would actually still be "unique"? A people without a language is not much of a people. One or two may not speak, but we are lucky that most Armenians still speak the language, sadly the situation is changing rapidly.
    I am not saying that people should stop learning Armenian or stop speaking it! But you could be more repsectful of her rather than occusing her of not being a true Armenian. And besides you seem to think that I dont speak it either, guess what? You are wrong....

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  • Anonymouse
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    Originally posted by chille I didnt want to get into your conversation with Inna but I felt that I had to say that.
    You are the most disrespectful guy I have ever heard of!!!! Instead of feeling pain for your people (yes, they are still your people, and it does not xxxxing matter whether they lived in Baku and dont speak Armenian!!!!!!!) You are dumb enough to say that a language makes you an ethnic group!!!!! So we speak English, does it make us Americans?? does it make us British?????
    or may be Australian???? Damn, I cannot believe that some people are so narrow-minded. They had to go through a lot of xxxx as the matter of fact! They had to prove to the whole republic they lived in, that they were equal to the rest of the Muslim population. Being around them did not make them Turkish or whoever, it made them better Armenians! They still kept their culture, values, and traditions. As the matter of fact I have heard about a lot of guys who would come from Erevan to marry Armenian from Baku.
    What you just said about her is actually one of the reasons why we have lost most of the territory and power we ever had! We are not willling to accept our own people..... We would rather kiss someone else's asses..... and then scream from the top of our lungs that WE ARE ARMENIANS
    I never said I'm not willing to accept you, I just don't like the fact that you don't speak Armenian and it is up to us as individuals to educate and learn ourselves. No non-Armenian is going to teach you your language. And lastly, if everyone in the world stopped speaking Armenian, do you for once think that we would actually still be "unique"? A people without a language is not much of a people. One or two may not speak, but we are lucky that most Armenians still speak the language, sadly the situation is changing rapidly.

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  • Anonymouse
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    Originally posted by Shahumyan dont worry, hes xxxxed in the head, it stems from before he fled Armenia like a coward, when he was raped by a goat on a sari vra as he was eating hats oo panir, its left him scarred ever since
    I'm glad you know what "sari vra" and "hats oo panir" mean, since they are the only Armenian you will ever know, xxxx for brains.

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  • SagGal
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    Originally posted by Inna I just wanted..........................who connect
    perfectly worded Inna. RIGHT ON.

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  • chille
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    Originally posted by Inna I just wanted to say Thank You Chille for understanding me..and as for you Anonymouse....what you said about me not caring much for Armenians or Azeris, well i was 4 yrs old..i never thought i was any different then anyone else (not that i even socialized with anyone other then the people who lived on my street, who by the way were all Armenians)..the day an Azeri solider came to our home and told my mom, "you better leave or you'll be killed" was the day i realized we were different...frankly i'm glad that i was born outside of armenia..its made me become the person i am today and appreciate who i am, and not as narrow-minded as you...you should be grateful that Armenians around the world recognize the fact they are Armenian..not as a from of language but as a group of people who connect
    I am glad to do that any time

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  • Inna
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    Originally posted by Anonymouse Listen numb nuts, what do you think "Armenian" is? It is a language spoken by those people which SETS THEM APART from other people becuase those OTHER PEOPLE speak ANOTHER LANGUAGE.

    I bet you felt pretty comfortable and at home in front of the Caspian huh, and you didn't care much for "Armenianness" or "Azeriness" as long as you were comfortable, and you spoke Russian or Turkish, etc. etc.
    I just wanted to say Thank You Chille for understanding me..and as for you Anonymouse....what you said about me not caring much for Armenians or Azeris, well i was 4 yrs old..i never thought i was any different then anyone else (not that i even socialized with anyone other then the people who lived on my street, who by the way were all Armenians)..the day an Azeri solider came to our home and told my mom, "you better leave or you'll be killed" was the day i realized we were different...frankly i'm glad that i was born outside of armenia..its made me become the person i am today and appreciate who i am, and not as narrow-minded as you...you should be grateful that Armenians around the world recognize the fact they are Armenian..not as a from of language but as a group of people who connect

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    If a turk has learnt to speak Armenia, is he/she an armenian???

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    dont worry, hes xxxxed in the head, it stems from before he fled Armenia like a coward, when he was raped by a goat on a sari vra as he was eating hats oo panir, its left him scarred ever since

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  • chille
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    Originally posted by Anonymouse Listen numb nuts, what do you think "Armenian" is? It is a language spoken by those people which SETS THEM APART from other people becuase those OTHER PEOPLE speak ANOTHER LANGUAGE.

    I bet you felt pretty comfortable and at home in front of the Caspian huh, and you didn't care much for "Armenianness" or "Azeriness" as long as you were comfortable, and you spoke Russian or Turkish, etc. etc.
    I didnt want to get into your conversation with Inna but I felt that I had to say that.
    You are the most disrespectful guy I have ever heard of!!!! Instead of feeling pain for your people (yes, they are still your people, and it does not xxxxing matter whether they lived in Baku and dont speak Armenian!!!!!!!) You are dumb enough to say that a language makes you an ethnic group!!!!! So we speak English, does it make us Americans?? does it make us British?????
    or may be Australian???? Damn, I cannot believe that some people are so narrow-minded. They had to go through a lot of xxxx as the matter of fact! They had to prove to the whole republic they lived in, that they were equal to the rest of the Muslim population. Being around them did not make them Turkish or whoever, it made them better Armenians! They still kept their culture, values, and traditions. As the matter of fact I have heard about a lot of guys who would come from Erevan to marry Armenian from Baku.
    What you just said about her is actually one of the reasons why we have lost most of the territory and power we ever had! We are not willling to accept our own people..... We would rather kiss someone else's asses..... and then scream from the top of our lungs that WE ARE ARMENIANS

    Leave a comment:

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