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Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Sep 25, 2023 1:02 am

...indeed, Armenia, now surrounded by enemies needs them to demonstrate the Goodwill that is lacking.

Turkey above all is the winner in all this, Russia it appears has withdrawn.

...yet the question remains, even as small as it has become since the modern Armenia was founded, so small now it may disappear by its own inertia; what was not a Genocide, or an effort at Ethnic Cleansing, because those terms did not exist then, never the less looks like it is about to be completed. Armenians deserve better than this brutality, the world will be a lesser place if "Thisness" in this case succeeds because 'we' looked the other way.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 25, 2023 11:15 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...indeed, Armenia, now surrounded by enemies needs them to demonstrate the Goodwill that is lacking.

Turkey above all is the winner in all this, Russia it appears has withdrawn.

...yet the question remains, even as small as it has become since the modern Armenia was founded, so small now it may disappear by its own inertia; what was not a Genocide, or an effort at Ethnic Cleansing, because those terms did not exist then, never the less looks like it is about to be completed. Armenians deserve better than this brutality, the world will be a lesser place if "Thisness" in this case succeeds because 'we' looked the other way.

On the contrary RW, what Armenia is suffering today is because their aggression in the 90s when they attacked Azerbaijan and occupied Karabag.

Hrat Dink explains exactly what was going on in Turkey during what everybody refers to as genocide. His village had received a letter telling them they would have to move. And they moved. Certainly the Ottomans did not protect them during their move further east to current Armenia.

But in reality every action has a reaction. If you look at that region, Armenians did join with the Russians previously and drive out the Circassians from the Caucasus just a few decades before as well as helping the Russians occupy Eastern Anatolia after the WW1 when Turkey was occupied by Italy, France, Greece, the Swine and the Russians all taking control of some part of Turkey.

Having a 3 million population does mean they will disappear, because if it does 0ver 70 countries in the world are less than that and may suffer the same fate. Cyprus is also in that camp.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Sep 30, 2023 12:53 am

Hundreds of people were lining up at the fuel facility where the blast occurred, because they had been promised fuel – a scarcity during the over nine-month long blockade – for their cars in order to move to Armenia.

As a result of the explosion, 290 patients were admitted to different hospitals with various degrees of burns. According to the Ministry of Health of Artsakh, at least seven patients have died in the hospital. Dozens are still in critical condition. 13 unrecognized bodies were transferred to the Bureau of Forensic Examination. Many people are considered missing, because they were burned as a result of the explosion.


https://armenianweekly.com/2023/09/27/a ... armenians/

...the current news is that 40,000 have left already.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Sep 30, 2023 1:00 am

Having a 3 million population does mean they will disappear, because if it does 0ver 70 countries in the world are less than that and may suffer the same fate. Cyprus is also in that camp.


...the rate of extinction of the world's ethnography is far higher than the extinction rate the planet itself is suffering; something to think about.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 30, 2023 12:11 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:
Having a 3 million population does mean they will disappear, because if it does 0ver 70 countries in the world are less than that and may suffer the same fate. Cyprus is also in that camp.


...the rate of extinction of the world's ethnography is far higher than the extinction rate the planet itself is suffering; something to think about.


In the human world, there is no extinction RW just the same as there is no purity. We still have about 5% of DNA from the Neanderthals in all of us. Except the Swine, not sure where they are from.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Sep 30, 2023 8:04 pm

...in a world of spoken (and written) words their are thousands of ways to do this effectively, such diversity is important; just as important as the species of living things which are lost forever to extinction and due to our own Ignorance.

...you obviously have no idea of what i am talking about, or it does not suit you; English, you speak it so you will do just fine.

...Lordo, stop and think. If 'we' are far less as Peoples, "This" (and its Intolerance) is what's left: like in Nature; it's plunder, the same plunder uncaringly (such "Thisness") which will bring 'our' ruin.

...languages are alive, they live and thrive by being nurtured; here we are tearing people from their homes because of the language they speak, tell me that language is unimportant: that Humanity survives.

...what the hell does "purity" have to do with it (i am speaking about diversity)? (...unless of course, if you are talking about "Americans", "Russians", etc., "Swine" or "Nazis", "Greeks" and "Turks"; where the mythic ideology demands "It".)

...too late for Armenia perhaps, them being "Them" as neighbours; i hope not.
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Re: ...the war against Armenia

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 30, 2023 10:06 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...in a world of spoken (and written) words their are thousands of ways to do this effectively, such diversity is important; just as important as the species of living things which are lost forever to extinction and due to our own Ignorance.

...you obviously have no idea of what i am talking about, or it does not suit you; English, you speak it so you will do just fine.

...Lordo, stop and think. If 'we' are far less as Peoples, "This" (and its Intolerance) is what's left: like in Nature; it's plunder, the same plunder uncaringly (such "Thisness") which will bring 'our' ruin.

...languages are alive, they live and thrive by being nurtured; here we are tearing people from their homes because of the language they speak, tell me that language is unimportant: that Humanity survives.

...what the hell does "purity" have to do with it (i am speaking about diversity)? (...unless of course, if you are talking about "Americans", "Russians", etc., "Swine" or "Nazis", "Greeks" and "Turks"; where the mythic ideology demands "It".)

...too late for Armenia perhaps, them being "Them" as neighbours; i hope not.

No RW, we take cover on the shadows of the beast and take care not to upset them and they will let us live as like most parasites they need the host to survive.
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