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Azerbaijan is waiting for its "Maidan"

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These days, before our very eyes, the coup d'état in Ukraine, creeping in its form, is nearing its logical conclusion. But, as most independent analysts and experts on Ukraine admit, this does not mean that the long-awaited end of the destructive processes in this state has already come in the form of replacing the existing government, but only means the beginning of the general disintegration of Ukraine as a single state. How and when, in what form the disintegration of this state will occur, we will find out soon.


But in this material we are not going to comment on the Ukrainian events. We are more interested in the likelihood of a repetition of the “Ukrainian syndrome” in other post-Soviet countries, and first of all in the Azerbaijan Republic. Because, with a careful analysis, we can identify too many parallels between these two states as in terms of stories their occurrence, and in terms of the presence of a sufficient number of internal and external political forces that can lead to the action of destructive processes.

Azerbaijan is waiting for its "Maidan"


The first. It is known that both Ukraine and the Azerbaijan Republic emerged after the October 1917 coup in Russia. At the same time, it is also known that, in contrast to the AR, in previous periods of history, on the territory of modern Ukraine, several attempts were made to create an independent state in these West Slavic lands. But each time these attempts were doomed to defeat, as they were attacked and enslaved by neighboring Western states. As a result, only thanks to the concessions of some of the historical Russian lands by the Bolsheviks, the last of which was the Crimea, Ukraine was finally able to become a full-fledged state, which, after the collapse of the USSR, declared its independence.
Unlike Ukraine, a state entity called “Azerbaijan” has never existed before. For the first time, the creation of a state under this name was announced in 1918 year. But this state entity, which was called the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, was not recognized by the world community for the 23 month of its miserable existence. And only after the proclamation of Soviet power, the Azerbaijani SSR acquired the features of a more or less full-fledged state, which only in 1935, with the adoption of the Constitution, took place as a “sovereign union republic within the USSR”, i.e. as a separate state. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the Republic of Azerbaijan declared its independence.

In this sense, both Ukraine and the Republic of Azerbaijan are in fact artificial projects of certain behind-the-scenes world forces. And both of them, in the event of a certain length of time, completely exhausted their resources for independent existence, and, judging by the events in Ukraine, and in some Arab countries, they should disappear from the world map (at least in their current form).
The second. The presence of a strong spectrum of nationalist forces. If in Ukraine these forces are mainly concentrated in the western part of the country, in the Republic of Azerbaijan they are Pan-Turkists who are ardent opponents of the existing Kurdish elite ruling elite, and advocate the formation of a single Turkic state from Azerbaijan and Turkey to Uiguristan - the Turkic region of China. If in Ukraine these nationalist forces are confronted mainly by the Russian-speaking south-eastern regions of the country, in the Republic of Azerbaijan the main force capable of opposing them is the indigenous non-Turkic peoples who, against their will and desire, were part of this state and throughout this period lead fierce struggle for the restoration of its statehood.

Here we can distinguish one distinctive feature between the realities of Ukraine and the Azerbaijan Republic: it is known that the western nationalists of Ukraine do not want to dismember Ukraine at all, but by all means try to take the country under their complete control. At the same time, the south-eastern regions of Ukraine are also not particularly eager to dismember the country and are trying in every way to preserve its integrity.

In contrast, in the AR, indigenous peoples, with the exception of a small part of them, mostly befuddled by government propaganda, do not see any prospects for living together in a single state with a Turkic ethnic group and therefore do not advocate maintaining its integrity. And this in turn foreshadows a more destructive struggle between the Turkic chauvinistic forces, on the other hand, and the indigenous peoples of the country, on the other.

In this regard, it is also important that the struggle of the indigenous peoples of Azerbaijan has lately been increasingly understood and approved in the West, including in Europe. Evidence of this is: 1) Last year's discussions in the European Parliament with the participation of deputies of this structure and the UNPO (Organization of unrepresented peoples), and representatives of the Federer-Lezgin National-Cultural Autonomy in Russia; 2) A conference in the same European Parliament, organized by a fairly large group of European deputies, the same UNPO and the Talysh National Movement, held on 19 in February of this year. It is noteworthy that representatives of the entire spectrum of existing Talysh organizations and associations in the territory of Azerbaijan, Europe and the Russian Federation participated in it. At the conference, moreover, in the presence of a rather large delegation from Baku, the Talysh National Movement, on behalf of the entire Talysh people, stated that "the declaration of independence of Talyshistan is the main goal of our struggle." Plus, the same European organizations are planning to hold another similar conference with the participation of representatives of indigenous peoples and official representatives of the authorities of the Republic of Azerbaijan in May this year.

All this suggests that the indigenous peoples of Azerbaijan, unlike the fascist nationalists in Ukraine, are gradually recognized by the international community as a significant factor in the upcoming fateful processes in Azerbaijan, and by the subjects of regional geopolitics leading to a completely peaceful democratic struggle for the restoration of their rights.

Third. For about a hundred years of existence of this statehood, the authorities of the Azerbaijan Republic (ADR and AzSSR including) did not succeed (and didn’t try very hard!) To form a single civil nation in the country from the so-called “titular ethnos”. Unlike Ukraine, where the “fault line” appears more or less clearly, dividing the country into West and East (Southeast), in Azerbaijan there are historically established separate regions, the relations between which, to put it mildly, are characterized by deep contradictions, if not open enmity. Each of these regions is leading a fierce power struggle in the country, and hates its neighbor.

During the years of independence, these regions were joined by Turkic-speaking immigrants from Armenia and Georgia, who, in a historically short time, created their own clans in the country, which now actually hold power in the country, and many key positions in the economy. This further aggravates the relationship between the “Azerbaijanis” themselves, who are actually out of work, and alien “Eraz” and “graces”.
Plus to this, the majority of Azerbaijanis themselves perceive the Aliyev family as an “occupier”, who seized power in the country by force. This is not only talked about, but recently they are often written in various media. For comparison, we say that Yanukovych is “his” for the entire population of the country, i.e. Ukrainian, that says a lot.

Fourth. Political regimes both in Ukraine and in the Azerbaijan Republic are deeply “oligarchic”, which predetermines the presence in the country of a deep abyss between the “upper” and “lower”, between the rich and the poor. The population of both countries for the most part is doomed to a beggarly existence, and as a result of this, literally hates power in the country. If one is attentive, one can observe how a rather sluggish ferment of protest moods of the population is going on in Azerbaijan today. Practically every day, spontaneous protests of various sections of the population arise here and there in particular localities, especially in the capital Baku. It is also important that, unlike in previous times, now the authorities are no longer able to tame the anger of the citizens of the country with the help of force, and often have to go to meet them and fulfill their demands. That is, gradually, a revolutionary situation ripens in the country, which sooner or later will lead to an explosion on a national scale.

It should be noted that some observers express rather timid confidence that in the presence of such protest processes, the Baku authorities will feel safe for a long time. But, in our opinion, it is also necessary to take into account the presence of an “external factor,” that is, those destructive processes that embrace entire regions of the modern world, primarily the Greater Middle East, and which have long been “knocking on the doors of Azerbaijan.”

The fifth. It is necessary to state the presence of one, very important difference of the situation in Azerbaijan from the situation in Ukraine. This is the functioning of a powerful religious factor in the country, which is gaining momentum every day and is already moving to open threats against the authorities. At the same time, we take into account the fact that there is a “religious factor” in Ukraine, which manifests itself in the opposition of Catholics and Orthodox. But, as the course of the Ukrainian events shows, this factor is not there on the surface and does not play a decisive role in the fate of Ukraine.
Azerbaijan is a traditional Shiite country where Shiite Muslims constitute the absolute majority of the population. But during the entire period of independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Pan-Turkists openly urge their fellow tribesmen to go to the Sunni Hanafi madhhab, which is traditional for the Anatolian Turks. As a result of this, today a certain part of the Azeri-Turks already identify themselves as Sunnis. Moreover, a broad, well-coordinated network of so-called “Nurists” functions at all levels in Azerbaijan. At the same time, their small part belongs to the so-called “Khalis”, i.e. followers of Nursi, Badi-Zaman, and most of them belong to the “Jamaat”, i.e. led by F. Gulen organization "Hizmet", which has numerous schools (darskhana) almost throughout the country. In addition, the Gülenovs have a strong position in the economy, and are widely represented in the state’s power structures (recently, various Baku media have regularly reported on the links of high-ranking officials of Azerbaijan with Gülen).

Besides all this, recently Salafism has become widespread in Azerbaijan. According to the portal haqqin.az, currently the number of Salafis in Azerbaijan is 50 thousand. Note that the same site believes that such a number of Salafis cannot constitute a threat to Azerbaijan. But such an assessment is not evidence of its correctness, but rather of ignorance of the laws of the revolution. To be more objective, such a number of Salafis is a rather formidable force capable of "declaring jihad to Azerbaijan."

It should be noted here that many of these Salafis have already managed to go through "fire and water", i.e. good training in battles in Afghanistan, Syria and other countries. According to the same Baku media, so far only 100 citizens of AR have been killed only in Syria. And how many of them there are fighting at all, no one can say.

If we take into account the experience of the same Ukraine, where, according to various media, before the recent events, militants who fought in Syria returned around 400 in an organized way, then the likelihood of hundreds, and maybe thousands of such Islamists at the right time in Azerbaijan is quite high.
In addition to the Salafists, against the background of the confrontation in “fraternal” Turkey between Prime Minister R. Erdogan and F. Gulen, the activation of Nurists in Azerbaijan cannot be ruled out.

As for the Shiite majority, it has more reasons for dissatisfaction with the actions of the authorities than other confessional groups: the authorities gave the Nurists complete freedom of action, and until recently they did not fight any Salafists, and sent all their power to the struggle only against the Shiites. In a certain course of events, the Shiites will be able to become a powerful force, which in many ways will determine the fate of the state.

The sixth. The legitimacy of power. Despite the fact that the policy of Yanukovych in its anti-national character is not much different from the policy of Ilham Aliyev, the Ukrainian leader is still the legitimately elected president of Ukraine. His election to the presidency, as acknowledged by almost all international organizations and leading states, took place on the basis of the free and democratic will of the citizens of Ukraine. In contrast, the rise to power of Ilham Aliyev, as acknowledged by many international organizations, occurred by forceful seizure and inherited from his father. As for the last presidential elections of the AR in October last year, they were recognized by the major European organizations and the US authorities to be "undemocratic" and past "with numerous violations", not to mention that I. Aliyev went for his third term in defiance of all democratic principles adopted in the civilized world.

Under such conditions, one cannot expect that if “his Maidan” is formed in Baku, one of the external forces will dare to emphasize “legitimate authority”, which, according to the law of the state, has all rights to use force “to restore constitutional order in the country” . This suggests that in Azerbaijan the likely outcome of the destructive processes will be even more transient, i.e. I. Aliyev, left without international support, will have to leave his post even faster.

Thus, despite all the attempts of Azerbaijani political scientists to convince their readers that the alleged Ukrainian events can not be repeated in Azerbaijan, citing their opinion while “having their own characteristics in each country”, a closer analysis proves that it is “these particularities” make the Republic of Azerbaijan more vulnerable to the upcoming geopolitical storm, and the emergence of its “Maidan” in the center of Baku is even more likely.
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  1. AVV
    AVV 1 March 2014 17: 30
    +22
    Well, here's another point of instability is forming !!! All the same, the USSR was a unifying factor for different peoples and nationalities !!! So far, the hunchback did not sell everything to the West !!!
    1. Phase
      Phase 1 March 2014 18: 29
      +12
      Quote: AVV
      All the same, the USSR was a unifying factor for different peoples and nationalities !!!

      Exactly. It was the USSR that fought against manifestations (any manifestations!) Of nationalism. Including (and above all) - with the manifestation of Russian nationalism. Azerbaijanis, Tajiks, Estonians - all had the same rights and no one could tell an Azeri "go and trade in the market", as they often say on this site. And not only this.
      And one must clearly understand that this was achieved by PUNISHING MEASURES (and rightly so). An Armenian might not like Azerbaijanis, and an Azerbaijani might not like Armenians. But the rules of decency were ALL obliged to observe. And we - Russians - are obliged above all.
      We must admit and admit honestly: we are not yet old enough for freedom. We were given free rein and we began to cut each other. That is why I am for the organizing principle. And let the Azerbaijanis understand themselves. But there should be no massacre.
      1. aktanir
        aktanir 2 March 2014 08: 19
        +28
        Not a damn thing is formed there. Author's inventions. Azerbaijan is strong with a totalitarian system. Like Belarus, Uzbekistan. If unrest breaks out there, even hints of opposition rallies, then remember the Andijan events in the Fergana Valley - they will immediately be crushed by force. As in Kiev, you will not find the silent "Berkut" in Azerbaijan. And religious perturbations will be resolved at the level of special services.
        1. sergey32
          sergey32 2 March 2014 08: 31
          +9
          Yes, unexpectedly ... Let's see what the guys from Baku will answer.
          1. Anatole Klim
            Anatole Klim 2 March 2014 08: 38
            +4
            Quote: sergey32
            Let's see what the guys from Baku will answer.

            You are right, without Azerbaijanis on this site, it is impossible to discuss the article!
            First-hand information is always interesting.
          2. Yeraz
            Yeraz 2 March 2014 08: 45
            +22
            Quote: sergey32
            Yes, unexpectedly ... Let's see what the guys from Baku will answer.

            Complete nonsense.
            the author is dumb.
            Let's skip the dirt that he said about Azerbaijan. In Azerbaijan, the economic situation is many times better, a huge foreign exchange and gold reserves.
            The second in Azerbaijan, the siloviki acts in the east is tough and unprincipled. And the rally in Azerbaijan will be bloody. In the future there will not be just standing, only force capture and the Maidan will be a fairy tale.

            And so the article is complete stupidity.
            1. ed65b
              ed65b 2 March 2014 09: 25
              +2
              Well, Ali, do you liberals stir too? I don’t know Aliyev recognized the putschists as a legitimate government?
              1. Yeraz
                Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 34
                +5
                Quote: ed65b
                Well, Ali, do you liberals stir too?

                Yes, we don’t have liberals or anyone else there. The opposition is a bunch of former leaders or hangers-on. They are simply dissatisfied with the authorities, but so far the Maidan is not shining close. There are no economic or other premises.

                Quote: ed65b
                I don’t know Aliyev recognized the putschists as a legitimate government?

                It seems not. This did not pass. But it would definitely support. It would be foolish having Karabakh to support the invasion of the Russian Federation into the territory of a sovereign state and support the separation of the Crimea))) Even close Turkish Cyprus and Muslim Kosovo did not recognize what kind of Crimea was there)))
                1. ed65b
                  ed65b 2 March 2014 14: 20
                  +2
                  Quote: Yeraz
                  no. Infa didn’t pass such a thing. but it would certainly support. It would be foolish having Karabakh to support the invasion of the Russian Federation into the territory of a sovereign state and support the separation of the Crimea))) Even close Turkish Cyprus and Muslim Kosovo did not recognize what kind of Crimea was there)))

                  I don’t know Ali what’s on our President’s mind, but I think no one will raise the issue of the annexation of Crimea to Russia. Rather, we are talking about the federalization of Ukraine. And there it will be seen so far it is necessary to remove the Nazis from the leadership. But Aliyev does not make sense to support the putschists as long as there is a legitimate president. As if Yanuk were not treated, but he was alive and did not lay down his powers. so de jure he is still president.
                  1. smersh70
                    smersh70 2 March 2014 14: 27
                    +3
                    Quote: ed65b
                    who will not raise the issue of the annexation of Crimea to Russia.
                    I agree, judging by the statements of Comrade Zhirinovsky at a rally in Sevastopol
                    1. Semen Semyonitch
                      Semen Semyonitch 2 March 2014 14: 48
                      -5
                      Quote: smersh70
                      Quote: ed65b
                      who will not raise the issue of the annexation of Crimea to Russia.
                      I agree, judging by the statements of Comrade Zhirinovsky at a rally in Sevastopol


                      Clowns in the circus and not so say-they also believe everything?
                      1. smersh70
                        smersh70 2 March 2014 16: 25
                        +2
                        Quote: Semyon Semyonich
                        Clowns in the circus and not say that
                        By the way, Konstantinov also speaks about this, or you also consider him a clown.
                        By the way, Semyon Semenych, I wanted to quote your yesterday’s quotation of the Eastern proverb, but changed my mind and didn’t want to tidy up. S ... h. Sometimes choose expressions hi
                      2. Semen Semyonitch
                        Semen Semyonitch 2 March 2014 19: 28
                        +1
                        hi
                        Quote: smersh70
                        , didn’t want to clean up. s ... h. Sometimes choose expressions


                        A somewhat belated reaction ... In general, everyone understands to the best of his manners. Why did the Russian (or Eastern?) Proverb hurt you so much? Or did you take it personally? hi Although I agree, it turned out harshly ...
                      3. smersh70
                        smersh70 2 March 2014 20: 38
                        +1
                        Quote: Semyon Semyonich
                        ? Or did you take it personally?
                        so it was addressed to me wink One I opposed there bully
                        Quote: Semyon Semyonich
                        Although I agree, it turned out harshly ...
                        Well, for this from me to you +
                      4. Semen Semyonitch
                        Semen Semyonitch 2 March 2014 20: 55
                        0
                        Well, that's nice good
            2. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 14: 31
              +1
              Quote: ed65b
              I don’t know Ali what’s on our President’s mind, but I think no one will raise the issue of Crimea joining Russia.

              I also think more likely there will be knocking out and guaranteeing myself, of some conditions in the Crimea.
              It’s just that they have already quarreled with Orthodox Georgia for a long time, as well as making sworn enemies of the Slavs of the Orthodox (I say in advance I don’t want to discuss the debate about who the real Slayan is) too)))
              Quote: ed65b
              But Aliyev does not make sense to support the putschists as long as there is a legitimate president.

              Yanik will no longer be president. They just wait for the election and only recognize it.
              1. ed65b
                ed65b 2 March 2014 19: 16
                +1
                Quote: Yeraz
                Yanik will no longer be president. They just wait for the election and only recognize it.

                I’m talking about the same. The whole task of Yanuk is to organize honest, transparent re-election to the Rada, to carry out constitutional reform, federalization of the country and the election of a new president. Ukraine will not be able to live together in a unitary education.
        2. smersh70
          smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 19
          +3
          Quote: ed65b
          Well, Ali, do you liberals stir too?

          We didn’t have them)))) we have only followers of Elchibey, national democratic parties. Marshov, like Russian, not a trace
        3. smersh70
          smersh70 2 March 2014 14: 46
          +1
          Quote: ed65b
          do you liberals stir too?
          we had Maidan on October 16, 2003, during the presidential election. Now look how our ordinary policemen act wink Golden eagle let him study)))
          1. ed65b
            ed65b 2 March 2014 19: 19
            +1
            Quote: smersh70
            let him study))

            You know, Vurgun, I didn’t even doubt. The law is the law.
          2. nikcris
            nikcris 2 March 2014 19: 37
            0
            Savages. You see the same thing in Africa - only in the vastness of our former common homeland.
            Although no - I saw. Saw, it seems in Colombia. There, the boy's member was cut off and the scalp was cut off.
            1. smersh70
              smersh70 2 March 2014 20: 40
              0
              Quote: nikcris
              Savages. This is the same in Africa, see horseradish
              for a whole month you demanded this from Yanukovych and Berkut)) So I laid out how our people act))) After that, 10 years, peace and quiet))))
      2. tulpar
        tulpar 2 March 2014 10: 32
        +10
        Quote: Yeraz
        Complete nonsense.
        the author is dumb.
        Let's skip the dirt he said about Azerbaijan

        Author Fakhraddin Aboszoda - fled from Azerbaijan in 1995. Wanted
        for inciting ethnic hatred, separatism, attempted murder of government officials. - a great friend of the gypsies.
      3. Nagaibak
        Nagaibak 2 March 2014 11: 16
        +2
        Yeraz "The second in Azerbaijan, the security forces act on the east harshly and unprincipledly."
        If you want to say positively about your security forces, they say that they act in principle.
        And if bad, then unprincipled. And then you will not be understood.
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 27
          +8
          Quote: Nagaibak
          And if bad, then unprincipled. And then you will not be understood.

          I put it right.
          It’s unprincipled. They didn’t even hold the law on the police, led them and I know what I’m saying. I had the flag of Azerbaijan on the chevron, the symbol of the state and people of Azerbaijan, and not Aliyev’s name with his signature, and I always remembered that, but all of them vice versa.
          Only in them, in case of escalation, not Molotov bottles fly, but something else and worse.
          1. Nagaibak
            Nagaibak 2 March 2014 12: 21
            +3
            Yeraz "I got it right.
            Unprincipled. These even did not hold the law on the police in their hands, they were in charge and I know what I am saying. "
            Then another thing.
            That is, there are contradictions within Azerbaijan. And they will escalate from time to time.
            Only if you are going to fight against the Armenians, do not throw off your president at the same time))). It makes no difference to me, but it may end badly.
            In short, one thing or war or revolution. Although of course it is better to do without them ...
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 30
              +3
              Quote: Nagaibak
              Only if you are going to fight against the Armenians, at the same time do not throw off your president)))

              In no case. On the contrary, it will gain popularity among the people. But if it goes wrong ...
              1. Nagaibak
                Nagaibak 2 March 2014 13: 44
                +2
                Yeraz "By no means. On the contrary, it will gain popularity among the people. But if it goes wrong ..."
                H-heh !!! That's for sure ...)))
            2. smersh70
              smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 55
              +5
              Quote: Nagaibak
              I am. And they will escalate from time to time.
              Society is a living organism, it is dynamic, we don’t have communism or we don’t live like in Norway. I am also dissatisfied with many things, so what to do wink
      4. ovgorskiy
        ovgorskiy 2 March 2014 12: 30
        +6
        Yeraz, the presence or absence of foreign exchange and gold reserves does not guarantee the country from revolutions. The main factor is the presence in the country of the American embassy and the number of American NPOs. While the president praises the Americans, a revolution is unlikely. As soon as it begins to focus on Russia, a revolution is inevitable.
        An example of Yanyk to prove you.
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 32
          +1
          Quote: ovgorskiy
          , the presence or absence of foreign exchange and gold reserves does not guarantee the country from revolutions.

          they just drew analogies with Ukraine, so I wrote it.
          Quote: ovgorskiy
          The main factor is the presence in the country of the American embassy and the number of American NPOs. While the president praises the Americans, a revolution is unlikely. As soon as it begins to focus on Russia, a revolution is inevitable.

          You look at the situation too simplistically))
          Quote: ovgorskiy
          An example of Yanyk to prove you.

          And the Americans robbed the country, not Yanik. There are many factors, but in Russia the State Department is used to blaming everything.
          1. ovgorskiy
            ovgorskiy 3 March 2014 10: 38
            0
            All the presidents and prime ministers who managed to steer in Ukraine were plundered the country. Why is Julia better than Yanyka, for example? The fact that Julia firmly stood on European integration, and Yanuk looked in the direction of Russia. The people lived equally poorly as under Yulia, Yushch, Yanuk, so this is not an excuse. Such a rampage of corruption, as during the reign of the Yushch-Yul tandem in Ukraine, was no more. Yes, I agree that it is not possible to arrange a revolution only by influence, somewhere around 50 to 50. But when these 50 appear, the chance of revolution reaches 99%. IMHO.
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 18
      +1
      Quote: sergey32
      Yes, unexpectedly ... Let's see what the guys from Baku will answer.

      I already wrote above. The article is complete nonsense !!!!!! look at the latest speeches of the opposition-club of dissidents, there is no massacre, we have 30 Armenians, 120 Russians, Slavic University, schools with the Russian language are not closed, on the contrary, the number of students is increasing, half of Baku and half of Ganja speak Russian
  2. vo.dum
    vo.dum 2 March 2014 08: 43
    +5
    Indeed, Aliyev will drown them in blood ... the east is a delicate matter ...
    1. sergey32
      sergey32 2 March 2014 09: 01
      +4
      Yes, eastern democracy (despotism), however ...
    2. SSR
      SSR 2 March 2014 10: 38
      +8
      Quote: sergey32
      Yes, eastern democracy (despotism), however ...

      That's why the comrade smersh posts about the villas of Yanukovych and about the villas of his son Aliyev is silent and silent because it makes no sense to criticize Aliyev because Aliyev is the owner of Azerbaijanis and Azerbaijan, he can buy a son for millions of villas in the emirates))) No offense guys))))


      An investigation conducted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists - ICIJ revealed that there is also a record of corruption behind this success record. These are the business interests of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, his children and wife Mehriban Aliyeva, implemented through offshore companies.
      1. smersh70
        smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 21
        +1
        Quote: SSR
        That's why the comrad smersh posts about the villas of Yanukovych and about the villas of his son Aliyev is silent and silent for

        we have villas which department head is better than Yanukovych villas. One thing is a villa in a rich country, and another thing is the villa of the President of the country, who has no money for the country wink
      2. Mountain diver
        Mountain diver 2 March 2014 17: 43
        +1
        Quote: SSR
        Quote: sergey32
        Yes, eastern democracy (despotism), however ...

        That's why the comrade smersh posts about the villas of Yanukovych and about the villas of his son Aliyev is silent and silent because it makes no sense to criticize Aliyev because Aliyev is the owner of Azerbaijanis and Azerbaijan, he can buy a son for millions of villas in the emirates))) No offense guys))))


        An investigation conducted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists - ICIJ revealed that there is also a record of corruption behind this success record. These are the business interests of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, his children and wife Mehriban Aliyeva, implemented through offshore companies.
      3. Mountain diver
        Mountain diver 2 March 2014 18: 39
        0
        wink
        Quote: SSR
        Quote: sergey32
        Yes, eastern democracy (despotism), however ...

        That's why the comrade smersh posts about the villas of Yanukovych and about the villas of his son Aliyev is silent and silent because it makes no sense to criticize Aliyev because Aliyev is the owner of Azerbaijanis and Azerbaijan, he can buy a son for millions of villas in the emirates))) No offense guys))))


        An investigation conducted by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists - ICIJ revealed that there is also a record of corruption behind this success record. These are the business interests of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, his children and wife Mehriban Aliyeva, implemented through offshore companies.

        Quote: IOwTZ
        Quote: MIKHAN
        Azerbaijan begin to swing ..?


        I am not surprised that after reading the article you did not understand anything.
  3. hrych
    hrych 2 March 2014 09: 01
    +12
    In BV, despotism also seemed unshakable and there was a lot of money and the armies were not frail, but everything collapsed in an instant. The author drew attention to specific factors that have already worked in other countries, i.e. lack of ethnic, religious and naturally socio-economic factors of stability. The elite are not the descendants of the divine Darius or Temuchin, but as a fucking partaker. Do not forget about the problem of lost territories and refugees, which will always make the leader bespanti until this problem is resolved.
    1. Onizuka teacher
      Onizuka teacher 2 March 2014 12: 38
      +2
      The Ottoman Empire ruled 623. Collapsed due to the west. They were the first to use guns and rifles, invented linear infantry and culture was high until the very wealth destroyed the Empire, it fell like other Empires. Each Empire repeats the fate of another and there is no eternal rule. There used to be the dawn of the West, Greece, Carthage and Rome, then the East, the Caliphate, Genghis Khan, Timur Lromy, the Ottoman Empire, and now the dawn of the West is again, then the East will rise again, then the West again and so on until the Earth bursts. And do not lyalyalya, the Russian Empires also had, and the USSR
      Quote: hrych
      seemed unshakable and there was a lot of money and the armies were not frail, but everything collapsed in an instant
      .
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    2. Onizuka teacher
      Onizuka teacher 2 March 2014 12: 38
      0
      The Ottoman Empire ruled 623. Collapsed due to the west. They were the first to use guns and rifles, invented linear infantry and culture was high until the very wealth destroyed the Empire, it fell like other Empires. Each Empire repeats the fate of another and there is no eternal rule. There used to be the dawn of the West, Greece, Carthage and Rome, then the East, the Caliphate, Genghis Khan, Timur Lromy, the Ottoman Empire, and now the dawn of the West is again, then the East will rise again, then the West again and so on until the Earth bursts. And do not lyalyalya, the Russian Empires also had, and the USSR
      Quote: hrych
      seemed unshakable and there was a lot of money and the armies were not frail, but everything collapsed in an instant
      .
  4. Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 2 March 2014 12: 02
    +3
    Quote: aktanir
    Not a damn thing is formed there. The inventions of the author.

    +1

    Azerbaijan has very strong power and tough governance, which are almost impossible to undermine from within.

    To the minus author.
  5. smile
    smile 2 March 2014 13: 37
    +1
    aktanir
    I agree. Most importantly, there is no split in society. Personally, I do not know examples of outright discrimination in the AR of one part of the population of another. And no matter how Aliev may be, you will not refuse him in your mind and presence of will. In my opinion, there can be nothing like the Ukrainian events in Azerbaijan.
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 53
      +3
      Quote: smile
      Personally, I do not know examples of outright discrimination in the AR
      Thank God, Smile, you are so objective today! For this, you are a fat plus good
      1. smile
        smile 2 March 2014 16: 20
        +3
        smersh70
        In vain you put me a plus. :))) This I am talking about the present tense. The article does not touch on what happened almost a quarter century ago ... :))) And the fact that everything has settled down now and there is nothing so special besides the usual internal problems that are common to all ordinary countries is something I have never disputed. Unlike Ukraine, Azerbaijan, as a state, took place. Although I would like for us to unite. But, see, not fate.
        1. smersh70
          smersh70 2 March 2014 16: 27
          -2
          Quote: smile
          about was almost a quarter century ago ...
          Forget and do not read Regnium with a wax at night bully

          Quote: smile
          . Unlike Ukraine, Azerbaijan, as a state, took place.
          Ukraine will also take place, if you do not get into its affairs. This applies to everyone, and the United States, Europe and Russia with Azerbaijan hi
    2. Gomunkul
      Gomunkul 2 March 2014 16: 33
      +3
      The most important thing is that there is no split in society
      The main thing is that the United States understands this. As time shows, where American interests appear, instability begins there. I hope that this will not happen in Azerbaijan. hi
      1. smersh70
        smersh70 2 March 2014 20: 45
        0
        Quote: Gomunkul
        I hope that this will not happen in Azerbaijan
        We had a vetak in 92-93 ... They tested on us, all these Maidans, the appeals of local residents, the introduction of troops of a foreign state ... Thanks to the mind of Heydar Aliyev, the gods came out of all the troubles
  6. Past_ Crocodile
    Past_ Crocodile 4 August 2014 00: 11
    0
    Aliyev’s power is strong against one person, but no more. Officially, Wahhabism is being persecuted in the AR, but in fact it is flourishing and gaining new positions every year. The number of Sallafites is growing, religious holidays are gaining more and more importance every year, and women are often seen in hijab more often than in Turkey. On the other hand, not all national movements are equal: the Talysh are significantly assimilated, many call themselves Azerbaijanis. Unlike them, Lezgins usually emphasize their nationality.
  • Setrac
    Setrac 2 March 2014 15: 45
    +3
    Quote: Phase
    We must admit and admit honestly: we are not yet old enough for freedom.

    Speak only for yourself.
  • Ari100kraT
    Ari100kraT 2 March 2014 10: 28
    0
    Amazing logic from the author ... However, the guys from Ukraine, as always, managed to jump into the house ... on the very top of the head and stake a "maidan" for themselves. Wanguyu that now any rally in each Mukhospansk of any of the former republics will be proudly called MAIDAN wassat
    1. alone
      alone 2 March 2014 12: 15
      +7
      ))) Fakhradin Aboszadeh is a man who works for 10 pieces of silver. It is not surprising that he wrote just such an article at such a moment.
      Very briefly about the situation in Azerbaijan. One of the three republics of the former USSR, which is now working in positive territory. Powerful centralized power, the absence of any opposition (what is incapable of even agreeing among themselves), and most importantly, the main mass of the people do not need any unrest for one simple reason. those who want power are the same as those who are sitting there. With one difference. Those who want power are hungry. As everyone comes under a clean rake for themselves. And the people of Fig. A at least have work. People work and support families. Maidan is not threatened by Azerbaijan. There is no social base.

      Hypothetically, Salafi’s speeches are possible, as the author hints at, but there are few of them, and the most radical ones are already in Syria, where they die for their ideas. someone’s order, and is a used tool for something, moreover, reused.
  • smersh70
    smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 15
    +2
    Quote: AVV
    Well, here is another point of instability formed !!!
    This is the answer to my nightly comments laughing laughing great, I spoiled the nerves of some jingoistic patriots. Even a warning was given for what I did not write good bully class ....
    Now, regarding the article, the opposition has been defeated, Maidan is not expected, stability is one of the highest in the world.
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  • siberalt
    siberalt 2 March 2014 19: 42
    +5
    Gorbachev after something like that at ease. laughing

    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2014/913/xugz615.jpg
  • Alex toll
    Alex toll 3 March 2014 09: 36
    +1
    Tagged Judas - Gorbachev!
  • andrei332809
    andrei332809 2 March 2014 07: 56
    +5
    the emergence of its "Maidan" in the center of Baku is even more likely.

    you that does not live in peace? Praise your leader, there is money. Otkel this analytics?
    py.s. ah, you made friends with the Jews. maybe otsel legs grow?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 01
      +4
      Quote: andrei332809
      you that does not live in peace?

      And what is not calm in Baku ??
      Quote: andrei332809
      praise your leader

      here, on the contrary, they all blamed him or again, in the wrong place)))
      Quote: andrei332809
      there is money.

      Is.
      Quote: andrei332809
      Otkel this analytics?

      There are enough idiots.
      Quote: andrei332809
      py.s. ah, you made friends with the Jews. maybe otsel legs grow?

      No, Aliyev is friends with everyone, except when he is forced to conflict. Israel is thrilled by the current government, significant energy resources, the purchase of more weapons, and the attitude of Jews to both the authorities and the people is super.
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 23
      0
      Quote: andrei332809
      py.s. ah, you made friends with the Jews. maybe otsel legs grow?
      We are friends with everyone, we trade with everyone, except of course one neighbor)))) yes, if you look inside, sometimes we bargain with him))))
  • Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 2 March 2014 08: 00
    +1
    Azerbaijan begin to swing ..?
  • Normman
    Normman 2 March 2014 08: 02
    +4
    Thank! A good, competent analysis of the situation. I suppose who is warned is armed!
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 08: 50
      +4
      Quote: Normman
      Thank! Good, competent analysis of the situation. I guess who is warned is armed

      And what is he competent ???
      1. SkiF_RnD
        SkiF_RnD 2 March 2014 09: 22
        +2
        And what is he competent ???
        As for totalitarianism, take your time so much. Do you think Libya was the kingdom of democracy? Or was life terribly bad there? Nope. It was not there. If you look for the internal reasons for such radical changes there, you will not find them. Conflicts, yes, well, they are everywhere. The reason is external. Well, here, in my opinion, Azerbaijan will most likely be protected by Turkey. Yes, plus it is not in vain that they say to you, forewarned, then armed. If people know how such "things" are done, then they will not behave. You are missing completely in vain. I am sure that if I wrote to a Ukrainian on this site six months ago that they would have fashi with machine guns walking around Kiev, he would answer me like this:
        fool
        No matter how confident you are, don’t promise too much.
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 29
          +2
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          About totalitarianism

          I agree with this, but on the whole the article is complete stupidity, about pan-Turkists, national minorities and everything else.
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          You will not find them. Conflicts, yes, well, they are everywhere. The reason is external.

          Yeah, this is not the power of Azerbaijan robbing its people, but external forces))))
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          Azerbaijan is likely to defend Turkey.

          Turkey will not maintain power if Azeri Varin Maidan begins, especially when there is a shooting of the people, it will kill its authority among the population in an instant.
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          If people know how such "things" are done, then they will not behave.

          People will be better prepared, but nevertheless, in such a situation, everything usually does not happen the way you want and there are always adjustments.
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          Negative in vain.

          The nonsense written there minus is absolutely true. This author is a very close friend of Shakhnazaryan and they have the same scripture, they write to see together with cognac)))
          1. dmitrich
            dmitrich 2 March 2014 13: 08
            0
            Quote: Yeraz
            Yeah, this is not the power of Azerbaijan robbing its people, but external forces)

            and who exactly are these external forces that are robbing. your people?
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 34
              +2
              Quote: Dmitry
              and who exactly are these external forces that are robbing. your people?

              This is sarcasm. It’s just that the comrade wrote above as if external forces were robbing the people, and power was as if nothing to do with it))
  • borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 2 March 2014 08: 09
    +9
    from the Don.
    They are trying to shatter the perimeter around Russia, as well as itself, this does not go to the grandmother! How much more will we have to confront this, how many resources we will spend — GOD alone knows! But such is the mission of the Russians — to protect the weak, to live in justice!
  • FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 2 March 2014 08: 13
    +1
    The funnel of chaos is wider, everything is closer to us. We will repulse ourselves in a counterattack, as in Ukraine.
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  • FREGATENKAPITAN
    FREGATENKAPITAN 2 March 2014 08: 21
    +1
    And, what .... someone did not notice the Maidan in Kiev, the Azerbaijani flags? Why's that? Did you like the revolution? Okay ... now get one at home!
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 08: 53
      +4
      Quote: FREGATENKAPITAN
      And, what .... someone did not notice the Maidan in Kiev, the Azerbaijani flags? Why's that? Did you like the revolution? Okay ... now get one at home!

      The flags are raised because such a Maidan in Azerbaijan does not shine near. Any protest is immediately choked. This East will not only cut you, but also come for your children and relatives. Therefore, they raise and show themselves on the Maidan. In Azerbaijan, such a Maidan it won’t even be close, only if the whole nation rises at the same time, but this doesn’t happen, the part that drowns in blood rises and it will not be a hundred people and everyone else will react.
      If you have not noticed revolutions in Muslim countries, the Chuuuutok go differently.
      1. SkiF_RnD
        SkiF_RnD 2 March 2014 09: 29
        +1
        Such a Maidan will not even be close in Azerbaijan


        It’s just that, hardly. But Syria is the East. And Libya, too. In general, you will not wish these Maidans to the enemy, not like a neighbor.
        1. Setrac
          Setrac 2 March 2014 16: 10
          0
          Quote: SkiF_RnD
          It’s just that, hardly. But Syria is the East. And Libya, too. In general, you will not wish these Maidans to the enemy, not like a neighbor.

          The resources of the West are not unlimited in order to arrange so many Maidan.
      2. dmitrich
        dmitrich 3 March 2014 16: 54
        +1
        Quote: Yeraz
        .In Azerbaijan, such a Maidan will not even be close

        Erdogan also said so, but that everything is calm in Turkey.
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      4. FREGATENKAPITAN
        FREGATENKAPITAN 4 March 2014 09: 55
        0
        Unfortunately, I noticed that there is no difference .... Only the mottos are different ... But the meaning is the same -Krovopiets- Gaddafi, Yanukovych, Mubarak, Assad, ............ We want freedom and oil (gas ) As a result, neither one nor the other! Even leaflets from the Maidan and Tahrir are exactly the same! Yes, of course, God of peace to Azerbaijan ........... But these guys ...... if they don’t stop now they will be in Baku and in Moscow
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 25
      +3
      Quote: FREGATENKAPITAN
      amethyl not maidan in Kiev Azerbaijani flags?
      Dear, he was raised by Azerbaijanis, citizens of Ukraine and 2 were injured. By the way, both mother-Ukrainian ... hi
  • Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 2 March 2014 08: 24
    +1
    And in Azerbaijan, why the Maidan? Aliyev rules there - heir, friend of Turkey and the West?

    If there is a Maidan of local spill in Azerbaijan, not only Russia will intervene, but primarily Iran. Does America need it?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 08: 47
      +7
      Quote: Enot-poloskun
      If there is a Maidan of local spill in Azerbaijan, not only Russia will intervene, but primarily Iran. Does America need it?

      During the crisis everyone will stick their nose and this is everywhere and always so.
  • svp67
    svp67 2 March 2014 08: 30
    +4
    the emergence of its "Maidan" in the center of Baku is even more likely.
    may Allah protect you from this ... and do not condone yourself.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 08: 55
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      may Allah protect you from this ... and do not condone yourself.

      The Ukrainian version of the Maidan is better than the Azerbaijani one. The first one will be very soft for us, compared to the second.
  • valokordin
    valokordin 2 March 2014 08: 34
    +1
    Now tell me that atheism in the USSR contributed to the fact that there were no religious wars. Each silently prayed at home in his own way, and right now religious hatred has flourished, and social hatred has flourished with obvious economic inequality. That in Russia there are no people who disagree with class inequality. There is until they are ripe for an open confrontation, but the authorities will bring it to this.
    1. svp67
      svp67 2 March 2014 18: 01
      +2
      Quote: valokordin
      Now tell me that atheism in the USSR contributed to the fact that there were no religious wars.
      It seems to me that the merit of the VChK-GPU-NKVD-MGB-KGB is more
  • Bakht
    Bakht 2 March 2014 08: 35
    0
    The analysis is not enough just.

    The problems of the statehood of Azerbaijan exist, but the author did not say anything about them. "Maidan in the center of Baku" is unlikely. For various reasons. But the collapse of Azerbaijan would be very beneficial to several countries in the region at once. And the author is silent about this as a partisan.

    The problem is that the current leaders of Azerbaijan are not able to construct events. They respond to them. And in most cases it is inadequate.
  • Name
    Name 2 March 2014 08: 42
    -1
    "It is known that both Ukraine and the Republic of Azerbaijan emerged after the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia."yes belay ... who said ... a reference please ... repeat
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 27
      +4
      Quote: name
      ... who said ... a reference please.
      teach history dear
      http://myblog.az/azerbaycan/history/824-obrazovanie-azerbaydzhanskoy-demokratich
      eskoy-respubliki-gosudarstvennoe-stroitelstvo-adr.html
  • bomg.77
    bomg.77 2 March 2014 08: 54
    +5
    This is the case! Kazakhstan can also fall under the "Revolutionary season". Azerbaijan has become close to Russia and someone does not like it. They are trying to build a cordon around Russia, from Russophobic or fascist states (Russophobia will be cultivated). There are already a lot of them around us: Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Georgia, Ukraine are trying, maybe they will get to Kazakhstan, Japan is in the east, nothing needs to be done with it, they are just fascists Russophobes. So, the fate of many states is being decided in Ukraine.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 03
      -1
      Quote: bomg.77
      Azerbaijan has drawn closer to Russia and someone does not like it.

      Azerbaijan will come closer to Russia only when Moscow ceases to support Armenia. On the contrary, drawing Armenia into the Customs Union will postpone it.
      1. andrei332809
        andrei332809 2 March 2014 09: 28
        +3
        Quote: Yeraz
        Azerbaijan will get closer to Russia only when Moscow ceases to support Armenia

        and let’s, the conditions for our hands will be set by your hands what
        I didn’t graduate from academies (all the more so with a political bias), but after winning for Ukraine (I have no doubt for some reason) it will be very problematic to set conditions for Moscow wink
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 31
          +1
          Quote: andrei332809
          and let’s, the conditions for our hands will be set by your hands

          It is Moscow that places even a loyal Aliyev in such conditions that he will distance himself.
      2. bomg.77
        bomg.77 2 March 2014 09: 39
        +3
        Quote: Yeraz
        Azerbaijan will come closer to Russia only when Moscow ceases to support Armenia. On the contrary, drawing Armenia into the Customs Union will postpone it.
        Eraz on this "Moscow will stop supporting Armenia" and will cultivate a Russophobic state in the event of a (Maidan) and a change of power. As for the Customs Union, it is not for Azerbaijan to decide who should be in the Customs Union. The only thing you can do in this case is Money does not matter here, even oil-bearing Azerbaijan cannot compensate for the geopolitical losses from the loss of Armenia. The point is in the security of the state ...
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 48
          +1
          Quote: bomg.77
          Eraz on this "Moscow will stop Armenia" and they will cultivate a Russophobic state in the event of a (Maidan) and a change of power.

          while the Russian Federation supports the Armenians and only Aliyev’s personality does not allow hatred of Russia to grow, but as soon as he’s psyk, there’s no one to restrain the anger of the people about supporting the aggressor.
          Aliyev is beneficial to everyone. The West pumps oil and gas.
          Russia, because Aliyev does not allow the people to express their indignation strongly with the support of the Russian Federation to Armenia, and it does not allow the West to use itself against the Russian Federation too much.
          Iran because Aliyev would not risk escalating.
          Therefore, the people can not do anything against this anti-people’s government, because all external players support this government, which is also very rich. And there’s no place for people to take resources. As long as the most active and united part is the radical Islamic part. And in conflict in Syria, they showed that they have both finance and training, and unity and active fighters.
          1. andrei332809
            andrei332809 2 March 2014 10: 11
            +1
            Quote: Yeraz
            while the Russian Federation supports Armenians and only Aliyev’s personality does not allow hatred of Russia to grow, but as soon as he’s psyk, there’s no one to restrain the anger of the people about supporting the aggressor

            so let's call the "aggressor" by name. and his name is Russia. Well it was our guys who took you away with the Armenians, like street fighters.
            recalling our respected politicians who made history, I’ll say (to paraphrase) -Azerbaijan can do what it can, and Russia will do what it wants.
            I think, in your place, it’s stupid (sorry) to refer to popular anger request
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 56
              +3
              Quote: andrei332809
              I think, in your place, it’s stupid (sorry) to refer to popular anger

              It is your opinion.
              Quote: andrei332809
              Azerbaijan can do what it can, and Russia will do what it wants.

              no, Russia is doing what it can, like any other country. Everything depends on the possibilities. As much as he can, he will want so much)))
          2. bomg.77
            bomg.77 2 March 2014 10: 55
            +1
            Quote: Yeraz
            while the Russian Federation supports the Armenians and only Aliyev’s personality does not allow hatred of Russia to grow, but as soon as he’s psyk, there’s no one to restrain the anger of the people about supporting the aggressor.
            Eraz in the article talks about the likelihood of Maidan in Baku, I believe that a Russophobian fence is being built around Russia, and the fact that you say that hatred of the Russians is holding back Aliyev, according to my logic, they can arrange a maidan so that this hatred escapes. more contradictions exist in Azerbaijan, as in all other states. A good relationship between the West and Aliyev is not a guarantee of security. If Aliyev is removed, the oil flowed along Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan will be so. Besides hatred, Russia needs hatred for Russia .This was also tried in Armenia, in Georgia We have done so that everything can be.
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 11
              +3
              Quote: bomg.77
              Eraz in the article talks about the probability of Maidan in Baku,

              The article prays nonsense about national minorities, about the state of Azerbaijan, and it was said about Maidan that it would be like tomorrow.
              Quote: bomg.77
              , and the fact that you say that hatred of the Russians is restraining Aliyev, then according to my logic, they can arrange a maidan so that this hatred escapes

              It is disadvantageous for ANYONE, since Russia also does not sit idly by, it so happened that interests coincide for now ... and if you never say never from logic, life is a changeable thing, maybe tomorrow it will happen that Russia will throw Armenians and Azerbaijan will become an ally .
              Quote: bomg.77
              .If Aliyev is removed, oil will flow along Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan.

              Russia’s position in this region is strong. Iraq could bomb it, and then oil would calmly go. Here Russia can make a lot of surprises.
              Quote: bomg.77
              .In addition to oil, they also need hatred of Russia.

              Believe it a lot and after 08.08.08 it has increased and right now thanks to the Crimea they will be soldered.
              Quote: bomg.77
              in Georgia they did so everything can be.

              Here I have a different look, I think you understand. I do not want the topic to go away in the other direction.
              1. bomg.77
                bomg.77 2 March 2014 15: 28
                +4
                Quote: Yeraz
                The article prays nonsense about national minorities, about the state of Azerbaijan, and it was said about Maidan that it would be like tomorrow.
                In Azerbaijan In any national minorities, there are groups of people who advocate separatism and nationalism! Azerbaijan is no exception. About Maidan, the article is written as a possible scenario!

                Quote: Yeraz
                NO ONE is unprofitable.
                There are dissatisfied everywhere ... You have the opposition, protesters, dissatisfied with the mayors, these are people who will be profitable and will serve as the firewood of the Maidan. Plus, the interests of the world rulers who do not like the stable relations of Azerbaijan with Russia
                Quote: Yeraz
                tomorrow it will happen that Russia will throw Armenians and Azerbaijan will become an ally.
                This will not happen. It may be with Azerbaijan and Armenia, but it will not abandon Armenia.
                Quote: Yeraz
                Russia’s position in this region is strong. Iraq could bomb it, and then oil would calmly go. Here Russia can make a lot of surprises.
                And then bomb? Maidan made by the hands of citizens of Ukraine and foreign brains in the interests of others!
                Quote: Yeraz
                Believe it a lot and after 08.08.08 it has increased and right now thanks to the Crimea they will be soldered.
                They can direct this hatred to the current regime. They will incite and ask uncomfortable questions, why the president is friends with Putin, why we are buying weapons from Russia and all in the same spirit. They will find the reason.
              2. Setrac
                Setrac 2 March 2014 16: 18
                +1
                Quote: Yeraz
                maybe tomorrow it happens that Russia will throw the Armenians and Azerbaijan will become an ally.

                Russia has not thrown its allies, does not and will not.
                1. smersh70
                  smersh70 2 March 2014 16: 28
                  +1
                  Quote: Setrac
                  Russia has not thrown its allies, does not and will not.

                  You do not know history well)) the state does not have eternal allies, there are eternal interests wink
                  1. Setrac
                    Setrac 2 March 2014 16: 38
                    +2
                    Quote: smersh70
                    You do not know the story well))

                    I will leave unanswered.
                    Quote: smersh70
                    the state does not have eternal allies; there are eternal interests

                    This is the ideology of the Anglo-Saxons, but not Russian.
                    1. Yeraz
                      Yeraz 2 March 2014 17: 55
                      +3
                      Quote: Setrac
                      This is the ideology of the Anglo-Saxons, but not Russian.

                      Chezh then the Armenians whine that Lenin sold threw them for Ataturk)))
                    2. smersh70
                      smersh70 2 March 2014 20: 49
                      0
                      Quote: Setrac
                      This is the ideology of the Anglo-Saxons, but not Russian.
                      And why betrayed Najibullah, Cuba, half of Africa, the Leader of the GDR, to continue ..or ....
        2. Apollo
          Apollo 2 March 2014 11: 08
          +6
          Quote: bomg.77
          cannot compensate for geopolitical losses from the loss of Armenia
          laughing

          In Yerevan, a rally against Putin and Kocharian
          Activists of the “Go Out” initiative march from the monument to Myasnikyan to the presidential palace in Yerevan, Armenian News reports. Protesters marched along Paronyan Street to the presidential palace. For a short while they stopped at the Russian embassy.
          “Our action is not directed against Russia. It is directed against the policy of the Kremlin. Putin and Kocharyan committed a crime against humanity. We condemn Putin’s authoritarian policy in Ukraine, ”said David Shahnazaryan, one of the opposition leaders.


          Participants in the march walk along the roadway, which causes controversy with the police, requiring demonstrators to climb the sidewalk. According to the police, the demonstrators did not inform in advance that they would pass along the roadway, which means that they obstruct traffic. “The police are obliged to ensure the peaceful course of the procession and not to impede it,” the participants in the procession object.

          Participants of the procession stopped on the street. Paronyan. Journalist Gayane Arustamyan said that it was here on March 1 that snipers shot a young man, and the police did not allow him to provide medical assistance, although he remained alive for another half hour.

          The procession participants carried in their hands a black canvas with the inscription: "There is nowhere to retreat."

          http://haqqin.az/news/17904
      3. nikcris
        nikcris 2 March 2014 20: 09
        0
        But are you not mistaken with the advice of Russia? Can you take an appropriate place with your country?
  • Druid
    Druid 2 March 2014 08: 54
    -7
    The author of the article is elementary illiterate and does not own the situation, but apparently he will be enough for the same illiterate audience.
    In short, apparently, some have already decided that the Great Campaign has begun, I do not associate Putin and his masters with the Russian people, but alas. Russia is weak, it cannot compete with the former Russian Empire, it cannot compete with the USSR ... All this will end only in one, Russia will simply tear itself and bend, disintegrating into two three large republics, and small fragments in the south.
    There is still one question: to whom and when did Putin sell himself out and for whom does he work? Who is this Experimenter who started dissecting us like rabbits? Putin's grandchildren will survive everything in "decaying" Europe, and where will the children and grandchildren of the majority of those registered here?
    1. TS3sta3
      TS3sta3 2 March 2014 11: 29
      +1
      another grave digger of Russia laughing
    2. Klim2011
      Klim2011 3 March 2014 02: 00
      +1
      Okay, I’ll tell you this secret about Putin, Druid !!!
      For Putin, the ring of omnipotence was forged at the Uralvagonzavod!
      I won’t write in more detail, I'm sure you’ll guess the rest with such a nickname wink
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    1. hrych
      hrych 2 March 2014 09: 16
      +16
      Another prophet was found about Russia and its collapse broadcast. Russia has won a couple of times in Chechnya for its current integrity. Having defended its territory, it began to take over the hands of others, accused Georgia, is now returning the Crimea, and indeed the whole east will be ours. At the expense of power, the Tsar Batyushka had neither strategic nuclear forces, nor strategic bombers, nor nuclear submarines (although there were their beginnings) and no satellite constellation, and he could not erase countries and continents from the face of the earth, but the current president has the right, completely in accordance with the accepted military doctrine. And the USSR was weak because it fed everyone at the expense of the Russians, and growth is not weak without parasites, just don’t need to cite the Great Patriotic War, Ukraine and Belaya Rus simply fell right away, the Baltic states and Caucasians helped the enemy rather, so that they fought as you do not twist again one RSFSR.
      1. old rocket man
        old rocket man 2 March 2014 16: 33
        +3
        Quote: hrych
        so that she fought, as you might say, once again the RSFSR.


        And it is true.
        I wonder how the Jews didn’t get it.
        without them, the Germans would never have been defeated laughing
  • Humpty
    Humpty 2 March 2014 08: 56
    +7
    Azerbaijan is at least not a poor state. With regards to Pan-Turkism, from Vienna to Ulan Bator there is an opinion with which active Pan-Turkists may disagree. The fact is that the idea of ​​Pan-Turkism is hampered by one poorly explainable circumstance - beyond the Caspian Sea Pan-Turkism DOESN'T CATCH. For some reason, during the rise of the Ottoman Empire, the Turks are like crazy climbed into Europe and the Arabs. In the end, it didn’t work well. Somehow they didn’t reach their “relatives” across the Caspian Sea, and maybe someone gave them a hand. Now, when they, by and large, were not needed by either Europe or the Arabs, they remembered about their "brothers in mind." The Uighurs are still those Pan-Turkists, they consider themselves (not without reason) the most ancient and main Turkic civilization. The basis of the culture of Central Asia is the heritage of Persia, but not Turkey. With the ideas of Pan-Turkism from Cf. In Asia, some politicians are scammers. Their memory is short, when Turkey almost 100 years ago began to experiment with pan-Turkism among the Eastern Turks, this only led to a disaster for the experimental.
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 March 2014 09: 07
      +6
      Temir gave Ottomans hands, so much so that so far nothing shines for them in this direction.
    2. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 09: 20
      +4
      Quote: Humpty
      With regards to Pan-Turkism

      The author has argued nonsense. He is dissatisfied with the authorities. And they are not divided into pan-Turkists and not pan-Turkists. All though stopping the robbery and everything !!! They rob everyone, regardless of what religious and ideological views people have.
  • musha
    musha 2 March 2014 09: 02
    +1
    Merkel can go for a third term, but Aliyev is not democratic, everything is as usual, nothing new, just bigwigs in the world want another chaos
  • dojjdik
    dojjdik 2 March 2014 09: 08
    +2
    "maidan" - artificial education; it has no meaning without the support of the State CIA and the Israeli mashad; besides this, there is no need to flog nonsense and prematurely instill in people that Ukraine has disintegrated while it is a single state; and what does Azerbaijan have to do with it?
    1. hrych
      hrych 2 March 2014 09: 29
      +7
      Well, like, Crimea no longer shines for Ukraine and this is forever, definitely. The Kiev illegitimate government in the South-East is not recognized, which means there will be no taxes, etc., Russian rubles will go to Kharkov and cash injections from Russia will be there for social services, etc., the Federation Council will not give its own order in the East with the military power of the RA and support local population, and Westerners will be supported by the EU. Boilers with porridge will be different. De Yuro, maybe there will be Ukraine, deFacto not. The trouble is that the entire industrial area in the South-East is oriented towards the Russian Federation and will feed itself with the help, and in the west there are outhouse Zrobicans oriented towards the tremors of Ireland and other European rogue. As the saying goes: "Feel the difference."
  • techmesh
    techmesh 2 March 2014 09: 26
    +4
    We won’t surprise us with new fires. Western banderlogs understood that Russia couldn’t be taken. You can only circle from the inside as a fifth column or look around for weaknesses and bite. It remains only to strengthen immunity (military-economic) and pursue a competent (hard-soft) foreign policy.
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 2 March 2014 10: 16
      +9
      Good day to all hi

      Now directly about the topic of the branch. So.Azerbaijan is waiting for its "Maidan"
      Today, 07: 50

      The article you see appeared at the above time. I specially paused and decided for myself to see who and how would express it. Before disassembling the vyser this provocateur, I have questions for the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Mr. Ilham Aliyev, the Prosecutor General, Mr. Zakir Garalov, and the Minister of National Security, Mr. Eldar Makhmudov. Why is this "activist", "learned" separatist and finally a criminal at large !!!
      How long will he go free? Why haven’t the law-enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation yet given this scumbag to Azerbaijan ?!
      Many of the visitors are probably not aware of the deeds of this scum. Let me explain. In 1993, together with another scoundrel, Alikram Gumbatov, they formed the so-called Talysh Mughan republic, mainly from Talysh in the south of Azerbaijan. As a result of the suppression of the rebellion. ") was seized and sentenced to a long term of imprisonment. Then he was pardoned and immediately fled to geyerop in a country called the Netherlands. Well, the" author "to Russia. A little explanation of who the" author "was, no less the head of the" parliament ".
      The rebellion prepared by these villains was sponsored by the Armenian secret services.
      An eloquent fact is the fact that a visit to Yerevan is gumbatovym. Video and photo attached.

      photo gumbatova


      this is an aphthora snack.
      1. Yeraz
        Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 31
        +5
        [quote = Apollon] As a result of the suppression of the rebellion. [/ Quote]
        Moreover, the suppression is strongly said. Only the special forces needed it so that the people would not take this vampire because of succumbing to the provocation and supported the central authorities.
        [quote = Apollon] Good day to all hi



        [quote = Apollon] Why is this "activist", "learned" separatist and finally a criminal at large !!! [/ quote]
        The mistake was to free him from this betrayal of the people, and right now they won’t do anything because Europe and their NGOs will crush Aliyev.
      2. SSR
        SSR 2 March 2014 10: 45
        +5
        Yes, it seems that no one stands up for these characters, the question is something else to consider Ilham Aliyev differs from Yanukovych in his strong will, two, concern for the republic, and looks like not only Yanuk in that he has a family business like everyone else.
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 53
          +1
          Quote: SSR
          concern for the republic
          lol lol lol
          1. SSR
            SSR 2 March 2014 11: 16
            +2
            Quote: Yeraz
            Quote: SSR
            concern for the republic
            lol lol lol

            Not well, unlike many Aliyevs, at least he purchases equipment, others, on the contrary, are drained to the third countries under the guise))))
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 21
              +3
              Quote: SSR
              Not well, unlike many Aliyevs, at least he purchases equipment, others, on the contrary, are drained to the third countries under the guise))))

              This is because he must show the people that he is doing at least something for the army. And this technique could have been more if they had not stolen.
              1. SSR
                SSR 2 March 2014 14: 52
                0
                Quote: Yeraz
                Quote: SSR
                Not well, unlike many Aliyevs, at least he purchases equipment, others, on the contrary, are drained to the third countries under the guise))))

                This is because he must show the people that he is doing at least something for the army. And this technique could have been more if they had not stolen.

                Where else? Imkha, a good ruler first builds a strong family house and only then begins to engage in his "hobbies", buy rare butterflies, for example, and a stupid one immediately begins to buy butterflies and slaughters household members at home, such rulers are kicked in the ass first. Ps. Being just a dictator is not an option either, if the dictator does not bring positive things for the people, his life is not long, the dictator can rule for a long time if his dictator is the dictate of law and justice. repeat
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 09: 51
    +4
    In this regard, it is also important that the struggle of the indigenous peoples of the Republic of Azerbaijan recently finds more and more understanding and approval in the West, including in Europe.

    What is the author talking about? In Azerbaijan they are so (minorities) insignificant that they cannot play a real role in the political life of Azerbaijan.
  • Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 2 March 2014 09: 52
    +3
    Azerbaijan is nervous .. bully And this is quite possible, as in Kazakhstan .. Russia is surrounded by a roundabout.! Azerbaijan to you my advice join the TS ..! One by one, everyone will fall apart and rob .. (Ukraine example ..)
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 05
      +4
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Azerbaijan to you my advice join the TS ..!

      Do not thank you. With the Armenians out of the way))
      1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 3 March 2014 02: 53
        0
        You yourself say "not on the way" and thus you repeat the Armenian statements in the 90s in Karabakh, when during the construction of the water pipeline in the village of Tug they proudly said "we don’t need Turkish", and when they were not supplied with water, they blamed the Azeri for everything. authorities.
    2. Semurg
      Semurg 2 March 2014 10: 46
      +7
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Azerbaijan is nervous .. bully And this is quite possible, as in Kazakhstan .. Russia is surrounded by a roundabout.! Azerbaijan to you my advice join the TS ..! One by one, everyone will fall apart and rob .. (Ukraine example ..)

      Kazakhstan joined the CU, and according to my observations, there was a deterioration in the lives of ordinary people, this is at the micro level, at the macro level the same is not observed big advantages. The day before yesterday there was an article "Unnecessary haste" there everything is written quite competently. There is a difference between us that you do not grasp, you want to build an empire in one form or another (this also applies to other USA, China, EU, etc.) Kazakhstan is building a national state (not to be confused with a nationalist one), and this is in conflict with politics RF, USA, China and other empires (or superpowers as empires are now called). And only a strong politician can balance on the contradictions of these empires (Aliyev and the National Academy of Sciences) as long as they manage to do this with varying degrees of success (in Ukraine this has not been possible, and the Ukrainians will have to pay this or that price for it). You have one recipe, join us against others, and nat. states do not want a strong lurch to one side, so that they do not automatically become a target of other empires.
    3. alone
      alone 2 March 2014 12: 23
      +5
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Azerbaijan to you my advice join the TS ..!


      Thank you. We’ll manage somehow without your advice. Oh yes, I almost forgot how the expedition to Mars is there, are there any progresses or all at the design stage? wassat
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 2 March 2014 16: 29
        0
        Quote: lonely
        Oh yes, I almost forgot how the expedition to Mars is there, are there any progresses or all at the design stage?

        Engines are being tested at the stand, but tomorrow we will not fly - that's for sure. it’s not clear why they asked a question here? Do you want to overtake?
        1. alone
          alone 2 March 2014 16: 40
          +5
          Quote: Setrac
          Engines are being tested at the stand, but tomorrow we will not fly - that's for sure. it’s not clear why they asked a question here? Do you want to overtake?

          this is our common secret With Vitaly.)) Once there was such a thing. When Vitalik starts flying in the clouds, you have to lower him to the ground in this way))) Nothing political))
    4. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 31
      +4
      Quote: MIKHAN
      join my vehicle to you ..
      . only after Ukraine wink
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 09: 59
    +1
    Quote: Yeraz
    Azerbaijan will come closer to Russia only when Moscow ceases to support Armenia. On the contrary, drawing Armenia into the Customs Union will postpone it.


    Does Russia need rapprochement with Azerbaijan? If Azerbaijan is so categorical in Armenia, there will be no rapprochement.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 06
      +2
      Quote: RUSS
      Does Russia need rapprochement with Azerbaijan?

      There is no time every year the support of Armenia is stronger, on the contrary it’s seen))
      Quote: RUSS
      If Azerbaijan is so categorical in Armenia, there will be no rapprochement.

      It will be the opposite, it’s just a matter of time. Aliyev slows it down to the maximum, but he is not eternal.
  • parus2nik
    parus2nik 2 March 2014 10: 06
    +1
    Ukraine and the Republic of Azerbaijan arose after the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia. Enough to transfer to the October Revolution .. Kerensky went on the status of Ukraine to negotiate with the Central Rada .. Already, gentlemen, the liberals did everything that would be February 1917, began the collapse of the country ..In 8 months they brought the country to a pen ...
  • Kyrgyz
    Kyrgyz 2 March 2014 10: 08
    +4
    Engaged nonsense, all of the above is in every country, the difference is only in the amount of crap of the total mass, Azerbaijan is now stable and consistent, it won’t take sides, they are too good at trade to suck on a divorce with greatness.
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 10: 35
    +2
    Quote: Yeraz
    Do not thank you. With the Armenians out of the way))


    You yourself proved once again that you will not go to a "meeting" with Russia, as Russia will not leave its "outpost" in the Transcaucasus, and I can hardly represent Azerbaijan in the CU and the CSTO, where Armenia is. In principle, you drive yourself and put yourself on the hook for your "Carthage", I have the opinion that the disintegration and collapse of Russia is beneficial to Azerbaijan, after which you will solve all your problems with your neighbor.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 10: 42
      +2
      Quote: RUSS
      ... In principle, you drive yourself and put "on the hook" on your "Carthage",

      Yeah, Russia supports the aggressor who occupied 20% of the territory and expelled a million refugees and refusing to go into the arms of Russia is the fault of Azerbaijanis))) Cool logic.
      Quote: RUSS
      that Azerbaijan is beneficial to the collapse and collapse of Russia, after which you will solve all your problems with a neighbor.

      Given the current realities in the conflict with Armenia, which Russia supports. Of course, a weak Russia is beneficial to Azerbaijan, since the weaker Moscow, the less assistance to the Armenians. This is logical.
      Regarding the collapse, that would not be so unambiguous, because if a mess starts in the North Caucasus, we will be drawn into it very strongly. Another thing is a peaceful departure, but this is unlikely to happen.

      In general, I’m already tired of hearing many claims about Azerbaijan. Support for the aggressor and the wonder why Baku is not with us)))
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 33
      +2
      Quote: RUSS
      Azerbaijan beneficial to the collapse and collapse of Russia
      Russia is our great neighbor and we are connected with it by all ties and we want to see in Russia attractive, powerful, democratic, respecting its neighbors drinks
  • demotivator
    demotivator 2 March 2014 11: 05
    +3
    Quote: AVV
    Well, here is another point of instability formed !!!

    Are you sure about that? Well, there are some minority problems there. So what? Where are they not? But I would not say right away that my Maidan has already matured there. Otherwise, we do not know how and by whom these Maidans are organized. I have already written before and now I will repeat that Azerbaijan is, first of all, large reserves of oil and gas. That says it all. Azerbaijanis have ceased to be a poor nation, the share of the poor has decreased from 45 to no more than 10 percent of the population. At the same time, Azerbaijan successfully "dumps" its surplus active population to Russia - when Azerbaijanis move to the Russian Federation, they receive a loan from their government to open a business, which immediately puts them in an advantageous position in relation to the locals who are forced to start a business from scratch. There is nothing to object - this is investment in the Russian economy. But Azerbaijan thus solves the problem of a surplus population that could claim oil rent, and Russia gets, in general, a crowd of unskilled traders along the highways and keepers of dukans there, ultimately producing little and sitting on the neck of the Russian economy. Competently, you will not say anything.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 14
      +4
      Quote: demotivator
      At the same time, Azerbaijan successfully "dumps" the surplus of the active population to Russia - when Azerbaijanis move to the Russian Federation, they receive a loan from their government to open a business.

      belay belay belay
      In fraternity, where can I get this loan ??? And then many Azerbaijanis missed this moment)))))
      Quote: demotivator
      in general, a crowd of unskilled merchants along the highways and keepers of dukans in the same place,

      Oh, how do you underestimate the role of Azerbaijanis in the Russian economy, there are far from dukans and traders from endangered markets, everything is much wider and higher))))
  • komel
    komel 2 March 2014 11: 08
    0
    Azerbaijan’s external debt reached 4,8 billion manat.
    Funds mainly raised from the World Bank.


    The currency structure of loans received on foreign debt is as follows: 11,7% of the funds were raised in SDR (IMF special drawing rights), in US dollars - 47,1%, euros - 28,8%, and Japanese yen - 9,5, 2,9%, and XNUMX% - in other currencies, including UAE dirhams, Islamic dinars, Saudi riyals, Kuwaiti dinars and Swiss francs.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 22
      +3
      Quote: komel
      Azerbaijan’s external debt reached 4,8 billion manat.
      Funds mainly raised from the World Bank.

      ii ???
    2. alone
      alone 2 March 2014 12: 27
      +4
      Quote: komel
      Azerbaijan’s external debt reached 4,8 billion manat.
      Funds mainly raised from the World Bank.

      laughing With an annual GDP of 75 billion dollars, this debt is scanty. And Azerbaijan has 50 billion of foreign exchange reserves. So you can pay this money with one signature. Armenia also has the same debt. But they have an annual GDP of 9-10 billion dollars.
      And this is almost 50%
  • Loki
    Loki 2 March 2014 11: 11
    +7
    Everything described sounds horrible, unless you know who writes and why. And the author of the article is a Talysh separatist, and not the real one, but rather appointed as such by our Armenian neighbors. For those who are following the information war between Armenia and Azn - a well-known person in principle - is constantly published on Armenian resources, promoting the idea that Azn’s the end, that there are no Azerbaijanis, calling for the separatism of small nations, etc. not independent, but paid in full. those who are in the subject know perfectly well that part of Az-na’s war with Armenia is the constant attempts of the Armenians to bring the split into Az-not according to the national principle, therefore, articles regularly appear on Lezgins who live poorly, on Talyshs, on confrontation on national grounds etc., including from this author. You can google in nete, not one such opus can be found from this author.

    As for the essence of the article, it is a rare delusion. And it makes no sense to draw analogies with Ukraine. In Az, there is no opposition as such, only a pocket one. With all the disadvantages of Aliyev - and Az - does not have the means and work, and quite a decent standard of living in comparison with other republics of the former Soviet Union. In addition, we should not forget about the Karabakh conflict - while it exists - any attempts at destabilization will be perceived with hostility, the opposition is declared working for the enemy, and so on. By the way, this is also true for Armenia, which is much more vulnerable and just the same is similar to Ukraine - there is a systemic opposition sponsored by the West (Ter-Petrosyan and ANC), there is the same reason - joining the Customs Union against joining the EU coordinate system, there are a lot of armed people and no money. The only thing holding back the revolution there is the conflict in Karabakh, to be afraid of losing in the event of internal squabbles, especially after the Georgian scenario, where the arrived "democrats" have safely pissed off Abkhazia and South Ossetia. To some extent, this conflict stops all revolutionary inclinations in both countries.
    1. Semurg
      Semurg 2 March 2014 11: 28
      +7
      Well, the fact that the article’s legs are growing from Armenia is a no brainer (information war). At the expense of national problems, the most hassle-free country of the former allied ones is Armenia, and even with the union they managed to have more than 90% of Armenians, and after the collapse of the union, probably 95-98% of Armenians (though the Russians seem to not notice it and consider themselves a rider, although in fact they are a horse)
      1. Loki
        Loki 2 March 2014 11: 41
        +7
        In Armenia, national problems turned into problems between clans. There are 3 main groups - these are actually the Armenian Armenians, the Karabakh clan and the diasporal Armenians. Moreover, the diaspora is quite officially separated - there is such a thing as Spyurk - Armenians of the diaspora. And just the diaspora is a Western group that is used, among other things, as a means of influencing internal processes in Armenia. The same Ter-Petrosyan is a conductor of their policy, and at the same time a kind of 5th column. If we draw analogies with Ukraine, then the current government - Sargsyan and the Karabakh clan - is Yanukovych and the party of regions, with all the baggage of negativity in the gang control of the country, Ter-Petrosyan and his support group are Ukrainian European integrators (Tymoshenko, Yatsenyuk, Klitschko, etc. ), Kocharyan - pro-Russian forces.
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  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 11: 14
    -1
    Quote: Yeraz
    Yeah, Russia supports the aggressor who occupied 20% of the territory and expelled a million refugees and refusing to go into the arms of Russia is the fault of Azerbaijanis))) Cool logic.


    The situation in Cyprus is almost resolved, Turkey occupied the north of Cyprus, recognizes Northern Cyprus, Southern Cyprus is a member of the EU, everyone is happy. Can take an example?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 23
      +3
      Quote: RUSS
      The situation in Cyprus is almost resolved, Turkey occupied the north of Cyprus, recognizes Northern Cyprus, Southern Cyprus is a member of the EU, everyone is happy. Can take an example?

      And why this analogy ??
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 36
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      Recognizes Northern Cyprus, Southern Cyprus a member of the EU - everyone is happy. Can take an example?
      Wait, in a referendum, the inhabitants of Northern Cyprus spoke in favor of reunification, why they were rejected wassat
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 11: 38
    0
    Quote: Yeraz
    And why this analogy ??


    Peacefully resolve the situation around Artsakh.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 11: 53
      0
      Quote: RUSS
      Peacefully resolve the situation around Artsakh.

      yeah refuse Karabakh ??? no really.
    2. alone
      alone 2 March 2014 12: 30
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      Peacefully resolve the situation around Artsakh.

      Not Artsakh, but Nagorno-Karabakh, this time.
      Secondly, if you consider such options acceptable. First you had to do this yourself with Chechnya. And you tell Chechnya territorially Russia, and Russia is indivisible. I agree. Then why do you offer us something that contradicts you yourself.
    3. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 37
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      Peacefully resolve the situation around Artsakh.

      such a place-name is in the minds of the separatists, we don’t know what you are talking about, you have a place-name Karabakh, Nagorny, there is also Low-lying .. If you have them, negotiations are going on, we’re waiting,
  • IOwTZ
    IOwTZ 2 March 2014 11: 45
    +2
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Azerbaijan begin to swing ..?


    I am not surprised that after reading the article you did not understand anything.
  • bubla5
    bubla5 2 March 2014 11: 53
    +2
    While in power a strong leader as in Azerbaijan, and not a rag as in Ukraine, it is unlikely that this will happen
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    1. Loki
      Loki 2 March 2014 12: 35
      +3
      You here, as I understand it, are disguised as a Russian? Don't bother - just reading your texts is enough to understand who you are and where you are from. Perhaps you know that horses, a nomadic way of life, eating horses, drinking koumiss are part of the traditions and culture for the peoples of Sr. Asia, in particular for Kazakhstan. Do you think of them as "fucking centaurs" too? An excellent example of attitude towards partners in the CSTO, CU and Eurasian integration.

      And then in Russia they wonder why a negative attitude towards Russian projects in the post-Soviet space is being formed. Yes, simply because your information space does not belong to you and different citizens broadcast on your behalf who solve their small-town problems, trying to pass off these tasks as Russian opinions.
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      1. RusKaz
        RusKaz 2 March 2014 17: 06
        +2
        Quote: Semurg
        .......................deleted by moderator Apollo

        Don't you understand that you hit a person in your own words? (Analogy with a horse)
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    4. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 38
      +2
      Quote: RUSS
      closer, comrades nomads,
      This is not a saying of Russian laughing I think I feel our neighbors, or rather their representative wassat
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  • NDR-791
    NDR-791 2 March 2014 12: 20
    +2
    Azerbaijan, unlike Armenia, is very difficult to shake. KARABAKH remains.
    And at the same time, Sashiki has been attacking China for the third month in a currency-open way.
    Again, the greenbacks will be printed, but we are all silent and silent. The state considers us to be slag, and we are many of us.
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 12: 26
    0
    Quote: Yeraz
    yeah refuse Karabakh ??? no really.


    Then the situation may drag on for decades, as with Taiwan, China will squeeze Taiwan sooner or later, but will the Azerbaijani have enough strength for Karabakh? The Azeri's army is more powerful than that of Armenia, but the financial position of "foreign" Armenians and the lobby in the West is stronger. As a legacy from the Union, you inherited a "chessboard" with enclaves in the Caucasus, and who will beat whom on it is a matter of time .... A new redistribution of the World and redrawing of borders is obvious. We are aware that at this stage the Armenians are using our patronage on mutual interests , but this may not last forever.
    1. alone
      alone 2 March 2014 12: 42
      +3
      Quote: RUSS
      but the financial situation of "foreign" Armenians and the lobby in the West is stronger

      And what? Does this finance lobby somehow help Armenia overcome the economic crisis that is still going on? Or does the Armenian people live on because the Western diaspora is rich in them? The bulk of the common people work in Russia, rather than sitting at home and getting allowance from the diaspora. Only cheese in a mousetrap is free.
      1. Loki
        Loki 2 March 2014 12: 51
        +6
        There is another factor to be noted here - the Armenian diaspora is by no means a pro-Russian structure. It is enough to look at the composition of the new government of Ukraine and in general their political elite. The same Tymoshenko - an Armenian (Grigyan), the new head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs - Arsen Avakov - is also not a Ukrainian. In general, the new government of Ukraine is interesting in that there are virtually no Ukrainians there
    2. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 39
      +2
      Quote: RUSS
      Then the situation may drag on for decades like with Taiwan, China will squeeze Taiwan sooner or later, but will the Azerbaijani have enough strength in Karabakh?

      and what ???? I’m telling you about 20% of the territory, and you’ll give it to them. Yes, it will take at least a hundred years to give a step.
      And please, what you don’t do yourself, don’t need to advise others. And because of micro-smokers there is no peace treaty with Japan and everyone constantly threatens war, but they agree on us. No thanks. Give an example, then advise. The example is comparable .
  • Druid
    Druid 2 March 2014 12: 48
    +2
    Quote: hrych
    Another prophet was found about Russia and its collapse broadcast. Russia has won a couple of times in Chechnya for its current integrity.
    Yeah, just the same in ecstasy from the thought of Siberia near China ... :(
    Well, for what Russia fought in Chechnya for the first time, I don’t think it’s worth talking about, we all remember this half-screwed-bearer with his distribution of sovereignty and the betrayal of his soldiers for the presidency and to continue the bacchanalia of his family and inner circle. For what the second time with the current fucking-clowner, I also don’t see yet, apparently for the Hero of Russia Ramzan Kadyrov and the bright future of his children? So far, I only see how the Stavropol Territory is gradually leaving after the brilliant idea of ​​creating a capital in Pyatigorsk, I see how Russians are dragging from there to neighboring Kuban, Don, Voronezh. Or do you have other news on the zombie man from the lizun of the ass of their Majesty Kiselyov?

    Russia has won its integrity, so why create the preconditions for Ukraine to start fighting, to talk about Azerbaijan when we have our own Crimea - Derbent. At the time of the capture of Derbent by Russian troops there, the majority of the population were Azerbaijanis, mountain Jews were the second most numerous, now there is a miser of both.
    The Iravan khanate was conquered, Azerbaijanis lived there, now there are none at all.
    A simple question and a lawsuit, about a game, an alliance unknown to us with such fraternal people, its TS - if we were purposefully destroyed, or rather tried? To hell with finally getting statehood, exchanging it for the sake of ideas that stupefied the people they plundered by the Molskov kings?
    We are also not angels, they are stealing, but these are OUR problems and we WILL figure it out ourselves, but look at Baku and Azerbaijan independent, modern, and when they are the outskirts of the USSR or the Russian Empire, the photo is in the net ... In whose favor will the comparison ? ...

    So if, suddenly and someday, the Maidan will be in Azerbaijan, it’s not about you the Lord, with all due respect. Than to live like the majority of the population in Russia, it’s better to die with a gun in hand.
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 12: 55
    +1
    Quote: Loki
    You here, as I understand it, are disguised as a Russian? Don't bother - just reading your texts is enough to understand who you are and where you are from. Perhaps you know that horses, a nomadic way of life, eating horses, drinking koumiss are part of the traditions and culture for the peoples of Sr. Asia, in particular for Kazakhstan. Do you think of them as "fucking centaurs" too? An excellent example of attitude towards partners in the CSTO, CU and Eurasian integration.

    And then in Russia they wonder why a negative attitude towards Russian projects in the post-Soviet space is being formed. Yes, simply because your information space does not belong to you and different citizens broadcast on your behalf who solve their small-town problems, trying to pass off these tasks as Russian opinions.


    I am Russian and proud of it, but what I call Armenian in Karabakh Artsakh I like more.
    Regarding my attitude towards SOME Kazakhs and Azerbaijanis, the forum is obviously negative, I will explain why: these people openly want to weaken Russia, consider us occupiers and aggressors, they are alien to everything Russian, etc.
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 43
      0
      Quote: RUSS
      what I call in Karabakh Artsakh in Armenian I like that more.
      you may like a lot, call Karabakh in your kitchen like that, and then lay out the names of those regions that are adopted and enshrined in the Constitution of this state, in laws, on maps ..
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 13: 02
    -1
    Quote: lonely
    And what? Does this finance lobby somehow help Armenia overcome the economic crisis that is still going on? Or does the Armenian people live on because the Western diaspora is rich in them? The bulk of the common people work in Russia, rather than sitting at home and getting allowance from the diaspora. Only cheese in a mousetrap is free.


    I mean, if Karabakh breaks out, large financial flows can come to support the Armenians in Karabakh and in Armenia as a whole.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 44
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      I mean, if Karabakh breaks out, large financial flows can come to support the Armenians in Karabakh and in Armenia as a whole.

      Moreover, a lot of free Russian weapons will flood in. And the Lebanese Armenians will catch up and the Armenians will have strong ties in the black arms market and there will be mercenaries.
      Do you think Azerbaijan is fighting the state-vom called Armenia ????
      The struggle is for the removal of Russia from this conflict and with the influence of the diaspora.
      As economically. And politically, Armenia is not a rival at all. It has 2 pillars: the Diaspora and Russia. And the main thing in this connection is the second.
    2. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 44
      -1
      Quote: RUSS
      large financial flows may come to support the Armenians in Karabakh and in Armenia as a whole.
      They have a crisis laughing economic, less money is collected on the body of marathons))))
  • Loki
    Loki 2 March 2014 13: 15
    0
    Quote: RUSS
    Quote: Loki
    You here, as I understand it, are disguised as a Russian? Don't bother - just reading your texts is enough to understand who you are and where you are from. Perhaps you know that horses, a nomadic way of life, eating horses, drinking koumiss are part of the traditions and culture for the peoples of Sr. Asia, in particular for Kazakhstan. Do you think of them as "fucking centaurs" too? An excellent example of attitude towards partners in the CSTO, CU and Eurasian integration.

    And then in Russia they wonder why a negative attitude towards Russian projects in the post-Soviet space is being formed. Yes, simply because your information space does not belong to you and different citizens broadcast on your behalf who solve their small-town problems, trying to pass off these tasks as Russian opinions.


    I am Russian and proud of it, but what I call Armenian in Karabakh Artsakh I like more.
    Regarding my attitude towards SOME Kazakhs and Azerbaijanis, the forum is obviously negative, I will explain why: these people openly want to weaken Russia, consider us occupiers and aggressors, they are alien to everything Russian, etc.


    I doubt that you are Russian, there are too many Armenian mantras about Karabakh, nomads and the diaspora. The attitude of Azerbaijanis towards Russia is largely formed due to the undisturbed Karabakh conflict, in which it provides support to Armenia. There are no other factors. And with all this, Azn did not follow the path of the same Georgia, Ukraine, where openly anti-Russian nationalist movements were formed, the consequences of which are now clearly visible in Ukraine. Note that in the same new government of Ukraine there are no Azerbaijanis or Kazakhs, but there is an Armenian who is also in the European trend - he is homosexual, and also there is Tymoshenko, who also had a hand and body to incite anti-Russian and anti = Russian sentiments in Ukraine. There is a demonstration held in front of the Russian Embassy in Yerevan a couple of days ago in support of the Ukrainian junta, which was not in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, there is a rather impressive 5th convoy in Armenia (ANC and Ter-Petrosyan), which stands for the EU, and not for the TS, which is not in Azerbaijan, after all, you are on a site that frankly calls Azerbaijanis and Kazakhs fucking centaurs, which Azerbaijanis do not do, but you still don’t see all this or prefer not to notice. So who is the real enemy of Russia? Azerbaijanis - who really have a reason for resentment against Russia, or Armenians whom Russia supports in every possible way, but all of the above happens anyway?
  • tundra
    tundra 2 March 2014 13: 28
    0
    Yes, everything is there, very, very complicated. I have friends, Armenians from Baku. I was jarred when they said that they were called animals even before them (in the 80s). Something like the direct rejection of days to others. Well, after this conversation, the topic was closed. After all, there are also good friends of mine, Azerbaijanis. In general, the topic was closed in communication.
  • Bakht
    Bakht 2 March 2014 13: 36
    +2
    I have already minusunul article. What the separatist and the criminal wrote is understandable. So, objectively, he simply could not write by definition.

    I am writing another post just for clarity. Here, for some reason, some believe that Azerbaijan is a stable country. But this thesis is very, very controversial. There are no stable countries in the world now. We have no more money than Libya had. The loyalty of the ruling clan to America is no less than that of Mubarak. Transport routes to Europe, so in Syria there are enough oil pipelines. All these factors cannot serve as the basis for peace.

    There is a big political game. And in it, small countries may not be greeted, simply because they are liked by someone. For example, as a bridgehead. And to throw a couple of billion into Azerbaijan and the situation will immediately get out of control. By the way, the ruling regime understands this and also began an NGO audit.

    I am afraid that hard times await Azerbaijan. But not because the Talysh want something there. By the way, Iran will immediately digest them. There are more dangerous things. And rock the situation like two fingers on the asphalt.
  • polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 2 March 2014 13: 40
    +1
    Aliyev is a strong enough, "eastern" leader. There are 2 million Azerbaijanis in Moscow (out of 5), what kind of hatred towards Russia can we talk about, or do you think that these two million are "rushing" to their homeland?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 13: 50
      +1
      Quote: polkovnik manuch
      In Moscow, 2 million Azerbaijanis (out of 5),

      And where do you get such data)))
      Fortunately, the users of this site never cease to be amazed. For the first time in my life I hear about 5 million Azerbaijanis))))))
      Only 4-4.5 of 9.5 live in Baku, the remaining 5 in Russia, and who lives in the regions ????? Nano-Azerbaijanis)))))
      1. Field
        Field 2 March 2014 14: 39
        0
        Registered, but not the fact that they live
        Who then in Russia? In Moscow, St. Petersburg, in the Urals, in Siberia?
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 14: 53
          +2
          Quote: Field
          Who then in Russia? In Moscow, St. Petersburg, in the Urals, in Siberia?

          2 million Azerbaijanis, but not 5 !!!! Plus, most of the citizens of the Russian Federation, plus part of it are from the Soviet Union, such as my relatives, do not forget about the native people of the south of Dagestan, Azerbaijanis.
          But say 5 is fellow
        2. smersh70
          smersh70 2 March 2014 14: 55
          -1
          Quote: Field
          Registered, but not the fact that they live
          ours are going to do business, and not work like Tajiks. And the businessman is here tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow in Turkey or in China
          Quote: Field
          Who then in Russia? In Moscow, St. Petersburg, in the Urals, in Siberia?
          Well, you better know that. wink
      2. smersh70
        smersh70 2 March 2014 14: 39
        +2
        Quote: Yeraz
        who lives in the regions ????? Nano-Azerbaijanis)))))
        One of them, probably I wassat
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 2 March 2014 17: 56
          +2
          Quote: smersh70
          One of them, probably I

          And a couple of mine from Ganja, Sumgait, Tovuz and Hussar)))
      3. Miwka
        Miwka 17 May 2014 15: 38
        0
        hahah)) said the brother best)))
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 13: 40
    0
    Quote: Loki
    I doubt that you are Russian, there are too many Armenian mantras about Karabakh, nomads and the diaspora.


    Cast aside doubts, I am Russian and where did you notice the mantras in Karabakh?
    By and large, I don’t have much to do with this region, there are more important and pressing internal problems. I will tell you frankly in this dispute about the affiliation of Karabakh I am neutral, Nagorno-Karabakh is not important for me in a strategic plan such as Armenia.

    Quote: Loki
    who frankly calls Azerbaijanis and Kazakhs fucking centaurs


    Well, he went a little too far, and secondly, he named only those Kazakhs who consider Russia and Russians - horses that other countries and nations "ride", - those Kazakhs who consider us invaders and aggressors.
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 13: 50
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      Well, I went a little over
      is accepted wink recently One friend also admitted))) he was also forgiven and he is now our true friend drinks
  • Bakht
    Bakht 2 March 2014 13: 53
    0
    [quote] RUSS
    This state does not exist de jure. In international politics, the name Nagorno-Karabakh is accepted. The same goes for all UN documents. So you can speak Armenian in the kitchen. And here bother to name the territory correctly.
    1. Turk_Az_Sam
      Turk_Az_Sam 20 March 2014 20: 02
      0
      Which one? Armenia? Yes, it didn’t exist before the USSR - as I indicated below: Azerbaijan is ancient Albania, as a result: when Azerbaijan joined the USSR, it was divided into several states - One of these states was Armenia.

      So it can be considered that if it were not for the USSR - such a state called "Armenia"
      would not be.


      And not a single state recognizes the state of the world, did not recognize that Karabakh is an Armenian city.


      The Armenians (those who believe that Azerbaijan is a better state than Armenia) - who do not want to admit that their president, from the 90s is a complete moron, and degenerate!

      So how to send TERRORISTS to arrange genocide in another state

      And with a stalemate and capture the territory with the help of some TERRORISTS - moreover, full of MUDAKOBILOV and not people (I just can’t find the word)
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 14: 13
    +1
    Quote: smersh70
    Russia is our great neighbor and we are connected with it by all ties and we want to see in Russia attractive, powerful, democratic, respecting its neighbors


    Some Azerbaijanis think differently, I hope you are frank to you plus.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 2 March 2014 14: 33
      +1
      Quote: RUSS
      Some Azerbaijanis think differently, I hope you are frank to you plus.

      Many people think so. Just 1 point is missing
      Quote: RUSS
      respecting your neighbors
      Here he appears then everything is OK)
  • Loki
    Loki 2 March 2014 14: 23
    +2
    Quote: RUSS
    Cast aside doubts, I am Russian and where did you notice the mantras in Karabakh?
    By and large, I don’t have much to do with this region, there are more important and pressing internal problems. I will tell you frankly in this dispute about the affiliation of Karabakh I am neutral, Nagorno-Karabakh is not important for me in a strategic plan such as Armenia.


    It is not typical for Russians to rely on the Armenian diaspora in solving their problems. A normal "typical" Russian would say - our allies are our army and navy. There is our base in Armenia - if you need to connect and resolve the issue. And hopes in the Armenian diaspora and its "omnipotence" are peculiar only to the Armenians themselves.

    As is happening in Ukraine now - the issue of Crimea is decided by the Russian army from the base + additional forces. And the rest is all extras for the audience
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 14: 26
    +2
    Quote: smersh70
    you may like a lot, call Karabakh in your kitchen like that, and then lay out the names of those regions that are adopted and enshrined in the Constitution of this state, in laws, on maps ..


    Please leave your advice to yourself or advise your near and dear ones in the kitchen. As I wish, I call any region as I like. This is where the debate ends. hi
  • homosum20
    homosum20 2 March 2014 14: 41
    +2
    Dear Fakhraddin Aboszoda!
    I am a simple resident of Russia. If you only knew how you gored (not personally yours, but the Former "fraternal" "states" to shift your problems onto our shoulders when you are all convinced of your state insolvency. You all together voted for separation from us! eat this gov ..., sorry, the consequences are themselves. But now, in a stash for your skin, you start calling out to us to quarrel with the whole world and start feeding you.
    For a change - the results for separation from Russia in 1991 in Ukraine:
    Voting results by region:
    Region “Yes”,%
    Crimean ASSR 54,19
    Vinnytsia region 95,43
    Volyn region 96,32
    Dnipropetrovsk region 90,66
    Donetsk region 83,90
    Zhytomyr region 95,06
    Transcarpathian region 92,59
    Zaporizhzhya region 90,66
    Ivano-Frankivsk region 98,42
    Kiev region 95,52
    Kirovograd region 93,88
    Lugansk region 83,86
    Lviv region 97,46
    Nikolaev region 89,45
    Odessa region 85,38
    Poltava region 94,93
    Rivne region 95,96
    Sumy region 92,61
    Ternopil region 98,67
    Kharkiv region 86,33
    Kherson region 90,13
    Khmelnitsky region 96,30
    Cherkasy region 96,03
    Chernihiv region 93,74
    Chernivtsi region 92,78
    Kiev 92,87
    Sevastopol 57,07
    90,32 total
    Wikipedia.
    Pay attention:
    Crimean ASSR 54,19
    Dnipropetrovsk region 90,66
    Donetsk region 83,90
    Kharkiv region 86,33
    I don’t need to sew conclusions.
    But everyone should be responsible for their actions. At that time, the propaganda machine was still not processing anyone. Soviet Ukrainians sent us (Russia) tries. Should we save them? From people like them? And someone will say thanks to us next time?
    Ha Ha Ha, Remember the Hetman Mazepa. The nation of Judas Iscariot.
    Under fascism, the Germans shot many of their "golden eagles". We do not really grieve about them. Of course, if there are plans to use them in the Crimea or in the swamp in our interests - I'm all for it. Actually, they also took part in that vote. Every nation is worthy of the rulers it has. Montesquieu.
    1. smersh70
      smersh70 2 March 2014 14: 57
      +1
      Quote: homosum20
      Dear Fakhraddin Aboszoda!
      I am a simple resident of Russia.
      Dear, you had to turn to another branch, To Turchinov or Yatsenyuk laughing here is another topic))))
    2. NDR-791
      NDR-791 2 March 2014 15: 48
      0
      Peter, be careful with WIKI. For twenty-odd years I have not seen a single person who would vote for the separation of the RSFSR from everyone.
  • RUSS
    RUSS 2 March 2014 14: 45
    0
    [quote = Bakht] [quote] RUSS
    This state does not exist de jure. In international politics, the name Nagorno-Karabakh is accepted. The same goes for all UN documents. So you can speak Armenian in the kitchen. And here bother to name the territory correctly. [/ Quote]


    Dear Bakhtiyar, I don’t need your advice, and it’s not for you to decide what and whom to write here.