Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants

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Interfax with reference to Armenian sources, reports that in Yerevan, people who call themselves representatives of the opposition broke through the police cordon and made a clearly provocative attempt to arrange a march in support of those who weapons in the hands of captured hostages in the police building. About a hundred people take part in the action of the Armenian opposition on Freedom Square.

Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants


One of the participants of the action - Avetik Ishkhanyan, who calls himself a human rights activist, in an interview "Radio Liberty (Azatutyun)" stated that the opposition made demands on the leadership of the police. According to Ishkhanyan, those gathered demand non-use of force against those who took people hostage. An amazing statement, more like a blatant impudence: to demand from the police guarantees not to use force against those who continue to use force ...

In fact, the gathered representatives of the opposition in Yerevan are trying to defend the terrorists. Perhaps this is all you need to know about the Armenian non-systemic opposition.

Against this background, representatives of the National Security Service of Armenia report that armed men refuse to release all hostages. Informational portal News.am cites the statement of the representative of the National Security Council of Armenia:

The armed group refuses to release all hostages, including high-ranking police, to lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities.
The life and health of unlawfully held hostages remain under threat. Terrorists who have committed several crimes and have a large arsenal of weapons pose a direct threat not only to the hostages, but also to society.

The law enforcement agencies of Armenia are taking all possible and accessible measures to resolve the situation peacefully, but under the conditions that have arisen this may not be enough.

In this regard, we again call upon members of the armed group to refrain from criminal acts that may entail new victims and other grave consequences, and to stop armed resistance. There is still time and opportunity for this.


Militants do not go to lay down their arms.
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  1. +63
    18 July 2016 20: 35
    Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants
    Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great grand nephews
    1. +43
      18 July 2016 20: 41
      And here the opposition, obviously, could not do without our "well-wishers" from across the ocean.
      The opposition supports the militants, it's like? Thus, they themselves are on a par with militants.
      And do not stand on ceremony with them.
      1. +24
        18 July 2016 20: 55
        Quote: hirurg
        And here the opposition, obviously, could not do without our "well-wishers" from across the ocean.

        Turkey, Kazakhstan, Armenia, someone has little time, so the coups now go not sequentially, but in parallel.
        1. +25
          18 July 2016 21: 36
          Quote: figvam
          Turkey, Kazakhstan, Armenia, someone has little time, so the coups now go not sequentially, but in parallel.

          They didn’t recognize Ossetia, they didn’t recognize Abkhazia, they didn’t recognize Crimea, they didn’t speak out against Kiev, and they warned us that our and yours won’t succeed, they won’t stay out, they will come to you! Receive and sign! am
          1. -6
            18 July 2016 21: 40
            Quote: Homo
            Quote: figvam
            Turkey, Kazakhstan, Armenia, someone has little time, so the coups now go not sequentially, but in parallel.

            They didn’t recognize Ossetia, they didn’t recognize Abkhazia, they didn’t recognize Crimea, they didn’t speak out against Kiev, and they warned us that our and yours won’t succeed, they won’t stay out, they will come to you! Receive and sign! am

            And what did you recognize, dear, Karabakh like Russia did not recognize, or do I have incorrect information?
            1. +2
              18 July 2016 23: 04
              Quote: razmik72
              And what did you recognize, dear, Karabakh like Russia did not recognize, or do I have incorrect information?

              Karabakh is an interstate dispute over territory. And Abkhazia and Ossetia is an attempt at genocide inside the country, against small nations! As they say, feel the difference! hi
              1. +1
                18 July 2016 23: 23
                Quote: Homo
                Quote: razmik72
                And what did you recognize, dear, Karabakh like Russia did not recognize, or do I have incorrect information?

                Karabakh is an interstate dispute over territory. And Abkhazia and Ossetia is an attempt at genocide inside the country, against small nations! As they say, feel the difference! hi

                Wow, I did not know that Abkhazia and Ossetia are "an attempt at genocide within the country." The fact remains that Russia recognized the independence of these territories, which it did not do with respect to Karabakh, and you are here making claims to the Armenians that they did not recognize that, did not recognize this. Before making claims to anyone, first look at how ethical your present.
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                2. +1
                  19 July 2016 02: 58
                  Quote: razmik72
                  Wow, I did not know that Abkhazia and Ossetia are "an attempt at genocide within the country."

                  What's wrong with my words? Or Abkhazia and Ossetia were not part of Georgia? And Tskhinvali was not compared to the land by "Grads".
                  Quote: razmik72
                  The fact remains that Russia recognized the independence of these territories, which it did not do with respect to Karabakh ...

                  So is Karabakh a disputed territory or not? You did not answer.
                  Quote: razmik72
                  Before making a complaint to anyone, first look at how ethical your ideas look.

                  How do my "claims" intersect with ethics?
              2. -3
                19 July 2016 11: 15
                Quote: Homo
                Karabakh is an interstate dispute over territory. And Abkhazia and Ossetia is an attempt at genocide within the country.

                nonsense. The exact same situation. Or you are not in a bite about the beginning of those events. Do not know about the Baku Armenians, about the pogroms?
                1. +1
                  19 July 2016 13: 09
                  Quote: Krasniy_lis
                  nonsense. The exact same situation. Or you are not in a bite about the beginning of those events.

                  I know. And you read. Purely territorial dispute.
                  http://www.aif.ru/dontknows/file/karabah_istoriya_konflikta
                  Quote: Krasniy_lis
                  Do not know about the Baku Armenians, about the pogroms?

                  And this has nothing to do with Karabakh.
                  1. 0
                    20 July 2016 10: 59
                    Quote: Homo
                    And this has nothing to do with Karabakh.

                    um how does it not? As a result of the Karabakh conflict, many Baku Armenians were forced to leave their homes. What is this if not national strife?
                    A very "curious" article. "Most of the Azerbaijanis living in Armenia were forced to flee. In February 1988, Armenian pogroms began in Sumgait, and thousands of Armenian refugees appeared." Not a word about the pogroms in Baku. Meanwhile, I remember that. At that time I was living in Yerevan. Up to 91 years old.
                2. +1
                  19 July 2016 18: 08
                  Quote: Krasniy_lis
                  nonsense. The exact same situation. Or you are not in a bite about the beginning of those events. Do not know about the Baku Armenians, about the pogroms?

                  So you are a Baku-Armenian and have been smashed?
                  1. 0
                    20 July 2016 11: 07
                    Quote: sherp2015
                    So you

                    No, I'm Russian. A native of Donetsk. He lived in the Caucasus until 91 years old. Father is a military man. But the Baku-Armenian is now living in a neighboring house. Plus, I personally observed in 88 the refugees from Baku. Several families even settled in my (then) yard.
        2. 0
          18 July 2016 21: 44
          Quote: figvam
          Quote: hirurg
          And here the opposition, obviously, could not do without our "well-wishers" from across the ocean.

          Turkey, Kazakhstan, Armenia, someone has little time, so the coups now go not sequentially, but in parallel.

          these are their last breaths and no more!
        3. -2
          18 July 2016 21: 58
          They will return Karabakh ... and everything will fall into place in Armenia. Absolutely all the troubles of Armenia are connected with Garabagh .... this is Caucasian Afghanistan.

          The dream of Greater Armenia from sea to sea at the end will ruin this nation.
          1. +5
            18 July 2016 22: 01
            Try to give up on Nakhichevan)
          2. -1
            19 July 2016 07: 57
            Quote: HERMES
            The dream of Greater Armenia from sea to sea at the end will ruin this nation.

            It was Nefig to squeeze Armenians out of there and have fun with pogroms, if they lived together, it would still be Azerbaijan.
            And you wouldn't have to write nonsense about "great Armenia from sea to sea" now - the Karabakh conflict is, in its entirety, a consequence of your own mistakes.
          3. -3
            19 July 2016 11: 18
            Quote: HERMES
            This is Caucasian Afghanistan.

            Remind who started it and how? I can, I saw almost everything with my own eyes. Or Baku Armenians # themselves? But I don’t understand, they started the pogroms in Baku, huh?
            1. +2
              19 July 2016 14: 30
              Quote: Krasniy_lis
              Remind who started it and how? I can, I saw almost everything with my own eyes. Or Baku Armenians # themselves? But I don’t understand, they started the pogroms in Baku, huh?


              If you think that we started this buch ... I have nothing to tell you.
              If your "eyes" turned out to be also in Armenia in those years ... your point of view would be somewhat different. I do not deny what was happening to the Armenians in Baku. I do not consider these animals as fellow countrymen. But I will say that the Armenians of Yerevan also not so white and fluffy.
      2. -13
        18 July 2016 21: 09
        What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?
        1. 0
          18 July 2016 21: 29
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          I suggest you in the first place! You are the only "Armenian" here ... laughing laughing Azerbaijanis respect you, and Jews too ...))) There they are howling ... Because of Mount Ararat, as I understand it ?????
        2. +19
          18 July 2016 21: 30
          Well, the comrades mentioned in the article can well be jailed for obstructing the lawful activities of law enforcement officers.

          You can approve of the government, you can not approve, you can actively oppose its activities. At the same time, one should not slip into terrorist actions, not imposing one's position by force. You can’t act on the principle “the worse the better”, “but we’ll just knock off the power and put our asses on ...”

          In the 91st, they tried to pick Gorbachev as a result of the collapse of the Union.

          In Ukraine, heroically, one oligarch was replaced by another in power, having lost part of the country's territory, having received a civil war and a whole bunch of everything to boot. Was the game worth it? Do you want to like in Ukraine, only adjusted for the size of the country, the intelligence and the number of weapons on hand?
        3. +2
          18 July 2016 21: 32
          You apparently paid the same American cookies.
          Do you want a repetition of dill?
        4. +5
          18 July 2016 21: 33
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          No, only those who approve and support violent actions (in this case, militants)
        5. +11
          18 July 2016 21: 33
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          Not those who "do not approve of the course of the party and government," but those who took up arms and opposed the legally elected government! You oppositionists put the rule of law and democracy in the first place and immediately take up arms and violate these principles! request
          1. -1
            18 July 2016 21: 42
            Quote: Homo
            Quote: razmik72
            What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

            Not those who "do not approve of the course of the party and government," but those who took up arms and opposed the legally elected government! You oppositionists put the rule of law and democracy in the first place and immediately take up arms and violate these principles! request

            The authorities themselves must act within the framework of the law in order to have a moral right to demand it from others.
            1. +6
              18 July 2016 22: 43
              The authorities themselves must act within the framework of the law in order to have a moral right to demand it from others.
              The legitimate authorities are given power structures to use weapons within the framework of the law to protect the state and the constitution. So the government has the full moral right to destroy both those opposition members who took hostages and those who defended them. Only here they begin to look back on the opinion of the West, so things will not happen and probably all will be democratically justified. Yanukovych was afraid to give a lawful order to use weapons on the Maidan, we see the result, and the result is sad
              1. -5
                18 July 2016 23: 06
                Quote: Orionvit
                The authorities themselves must act within the framework of the law in order to have a moral right to demand it from others.
                The legitimate authorities are given power structures to use weapons within the framework of the law to protect the state and the constitution. So the government has the full moral right to destroy both those opposition members who took hostages and those who defended them. Only here they begin to look back on the opinion of the West, so things will not happen and probably all will be democratically justified. Yanukovych was afraid to give a lawful order to use weapons on the Maidan, we see the result, and the result is sad

                Yanukovych was afraid to use weapons against his own people, and the "heavenly hundred", more than 100 killed Ukrainians on the Maidan, where they came from, were poisoned by the "cookies" of the notorious Nuland.
                1. +2
                  18 July 2016 23: 25
                  razmik72, Yanukovych was afraid to use weapons against his own population ,,, but before it was used ,,,
                  1. -7
                    18 July 2016 23: 46
                    Quote: bubalik
                    razmik72, Yanukovych was afraid to use weapons against his own population ,,, but before it was used ,,,

                    For those who are still in the "tank" - Yanukovych used weapons and at least a hundred people were shot on the Maidan.
                    1. +6
                      19 July 2016 02: 29
                      Quote: razmik72
                      For those who are still in the "tank" - Yanukovych used weapons and at least a hundred people were shot on the Maidan.

                      Respected! You are in the tank! Yanukovych used weapons ?! ... Even the stoned "maydauns" doubt it!
                    2. +4
                      19 July 2016 04: 31
                      Quote: razmik72
                      For those who are still in the "tank" - Yanukovych used weapons and at least a hundred people were shot on the Maidan.

                      Is there any proof? You probably don't need them. The perpetrators have been appointed, there is no need for an investigation. Who then killed the anti-Maidan supporters? And who killed Berkut? One gets the impression that you want to be tried for crimes on political grounds. That is, those who resisted the Maidan are guilty by definition. A striking feature of many "oppositionists"
                      1. 0
                        19 July 2016 11: 50
                        Quote: user1212
                        a distinctive feature of many "oppositionists"

                        we will call a spade a spade of liberals.
        6. -9
          18 July 2016 21: 48
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          Well, yes. This is the principle position of many here. Any opposition, anyone who is against the government is the traitors of the homeland bribed by the State Department. Do not torture yourself. To the wall of everyone))))
          1. +3
            18 July 2016 23: 36
            Quote: Yeraz
            Well, yes. This is the principle position of many here. Any opposition, anyone who is against the government is the traitors of the homeland bribed by the State Department

            Do you think that 100-200 people dissatisfied with the government have the right to be called the opposition? that is, the whole country should be glad and welcome 200 dissatisfied uro.dov? here they take doubts about the opposition and the idea suggests itself that something is wrong, that Leninists don’t believe it somehow, as I understand it, if the authorities really aren’t really good, then people should stand at least 50 percent, and if they don’t give him a well to drill and he’s not happy ....... let him figure out how to get rich without doing something in another industry, for example, let him grow tomatoes, but he really has to run a pancake and maybe sweat wink
            1. +1
              19 July 2016 10: 50
              Quote: midivan
              Do you think that 100-200 people dissatisfied with the government have the right to be called the opposition?

              Even 1 person can be called the opposition. Do you even know what the opposition is ???
              Quote: midivan
              that is, the whole country should be glad and welcome 200 dissatisfied uro.dov?

              So the matter is not 200 freaks, but the majority are dissatisfied. And then these 200 would not dare to go out on the street, because without the police they would get in the face or are not afraid to get in the face because they know the people support them.
              You don’t need all situations under one comb. The man who was imprisoned is a participant in the Karabakh war and has authority in the community. He was the first to say that the Armenians lost their lands in early April, although Ohanyan said the opposite, and then Sargsyan admitted to be truthful.
              I personally perfectly understand these people.
              1. 0
                20 July 2016 03: 14
                Quote: Yeraz
                So the point is that not 200 freaks, but the majority, are dissatisfied. And then these 200 would not dare to go out, since without the police they would have gotten in the face

                Well, perhaps you are right, but I judge as an ordinary man in the street who is far from those events and I do not have reliable sources, but I remember when they wanted to raise the price of electricity, people came out and not 200 people, what can be done? that's something that does not fit, yes, 1 person may agree, but even 1000 cannot disturb the people and push them to a "revolution", this is what I, apologize for the circumcised and not very meaningful comments, we understand this habit in our team at a glance and It is very difficult to get rid of this outside, so if a respected person is sitting, this does not mean that you need to kill someone or pull him out by an armed coup, I really do not understand why the people did not come out if they support these people, and you will agree a mass of people can do what the armed ones of the same 200 people cannot do with their tacit consent, in my opinion, if the streets are filled with displeased people but without weapons, then the government will have nothing left to do but go to a meeting, as well as ours politicians, (they break a broom on twigs), but it turns out (looks from the outside) that a handful of armed men are trying to put pressure on the government for their own interests (Razmik here somewhere mentioned that his brother is not satisfied with the power the fact that they pump water, but they do not give him) taking advantage of the unstable situation in the world.
          2. +4
            19 July 2016 04: 59
            Quote: Yeraz
            Any opposition, anyone who is against the government, is the traitors of the homeland bribed by the State Department

            Dedicate to us. To which of the following revolutions / riots is the State Department not involved
            2000 Yugoslavia, 2003 Georgia, 2003-2005 Iraq, 2004 Ukraine, 2005 Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, 2005 Lebanon, 2006 Belarus, 2007 Burma, 2008 Armenia, 2009-2011 Iran, 2009 Moldova, 2010 Kyrgyzstan, 2010 Belarus, 2010 Tunisia, 2011 Tunisia , Egypt, China, Syria, Russia, 2013 Brazil, 2014 Ukraine, 2015 Macedonia, Armenia, Malaysia. Where revolutions have been successful, indicate countries that have won corruption and entered a brighter future.
            1. +3
              19 July 2016 10: 59
              Quote: user1212
              Dedicate to us. To which of the following revolutions / riots is the State Department not involved

              it started again, if not white, then BLACK ?? yes yes ???
              Americans either create Maidan or use the already created Maidan.
              In the first and in the second case, rottenness and dullness of power is required due to the actions of which the people go out into the street.
              As for where it’s better, it’s Georgia and I don’t have to say the opposite, I come from the Caucasus and the difference between Georgia and Armenia and Azerbaijan after coming to power is much better in terms of corruption and other areas, and almost any resident of the Caucasus will tell you this.
              Armenians took to the streets about electricity. State Department is to blame.
              Tomorrow Azerbaijanis will take to the streets about the introduction of fees for participation in the exam, too, will the State Department be to blame ??
              Or yesterday a signed document by Aliyev, which leads to a change in the constitution and an extension of the president’s term from 5 to 7 and now a citizen who has reached the age of 30 can become the president of Azerbaijan. And who do you think will be this 30 year old citizen. Everyone knows in Azerbaijan. Therefore, do not hang Each country does the dictatorial and corrupt regimes of some countries that lead to a riot in the US State Department, just like any country is obliged to take advantage of such situations. And there is no need to try to prove that there is a concept of peace, kindness and bliss. GOS, INTERESTS FOR COUNTRIES, which can be slightly retracted due to the level of religious or ethnicity.
              1. +1
                19 July 2016 13: 07
                Quote: Yeraz
                it started again, if not white, then BLACK ?? yes yes ???

                I just draw attention to the fact that few revolutions (I can only remember ONE) can not do without the active assistance of the State Department. The results of successful revolutions did not bring the expected effect. People who came to power end their powers with garbage ratings precisely because after coming to power they defend the interests of their sponsors, and not the people. I strongly doubt that the people of Azerbaijan and the State Department have common interests.
              2. 0
                19 July 2016 20: 09
                Quote: Yeraz
                Regarding where it became better, this is Georgia

                And so she tried to arrange the Ossetian genocide?
                Quote: Yeraz
                Armenians took to the streets about electricity. State Department is to blame.

                That's just preparing an armed coup - this is a bit from another opera. And for the people to take to the streets, this people should organize someone. Question who?
        7. +5
          18 July 2016 22: 27
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          As I understand it, at the hands of these hostage-takers, there are injured, wounded and at least one dead.
          This lousy opposition, supporting them, becomes accomplices in committing a crime, and therefore must be suppressed quickly and harshly.
        8. +1
          18 July 2016 22: 39
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, put against the wall

          those who commit terrorist acts and those who live on grants / salaries of NGOs / CIA.
        9. +4
          18 July 2016 23: 21
          Quote: razmik72
          What do you propose to do, to put to the wall those who do not approve of the course of the party and government?

          Well, why immediately go to the wall, the cartridges of money are there, a pickaxe or a shovel in your hands, let them bring benefits for 15-20 years
      3. +3
        18 July 2016 21: 46
        Quote: hirurg
        And here the opposition, obviously, could not do without our "well-wishers" from across the ocean.
        The opposition supports the militants, it's like? Thus, they themselves are on a par with militants.
        And do not stand on ceremony with them.

        I wonder how the American and Ukrainian media talk about it, they haven’t also entered the defense of terrorists for an hour !?
      4. +1
        18 July 2016 22: 00
        Am I really reading this or is it some kind of nonsense ??? recourse
      5. +1
        18 July 2016 22: 21
        to catch everyone and to the wall, so that our oppositionists would not breed as well!
      6. 0
        18 July 2016 22: 31
        In any opposition to a legitimate government these days, legs are bound to grow from across the ocean. In my opinion, only for recognizing that someone is in the opposition, you can already safely put in for treason and work for Western intelligence agencies. And this brow,
        One of the protesters is Avetik Ishkhanyan, who calls himself a human rights activist,
        and his associates, tried as accomplices in the seizure of the police station and hostages. then the number of such oppositionists will decrease. The normal word "human rights activist" has been turned into a dirty word.
    2. +2
      18 July 2016 20: 54
      It is time for the former Soviet republics to be included in the zone of interests of RUSSIA as a successor to the USSR. The ice has broken ...! The delay in death is like that!
      1. +4
        18 July 2016 21: 04
        GradusHuK (3) RU Today, 20:54 ↑
        It is time for the former Soviet republics to be included in the zone of interests of RUSSIA as a successor to the USSR. The ice has broken ...! The delay in death is like that!
        Your words, God bless you! "Russian Spring" in 2014 in Ukraine, for example ?! Would have forgotten about everything! And Pridnestrovie was part of Russia! And it was not so offensive for our athletes, for example!
        1. 0
          18 July 2016 21: 22
          There will be a holiday on our street! It will definitely be!
    3. +18
      18 July 2016 20: 55
      If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
      It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
      Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
      All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.
      1. -25
        18 July 2016 21: 13
        Quote: sever.56
        If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
        It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
        Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
        All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.

        And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.
        1. +9
          18 July 2016 21: 17
          Quote: razmik72
          Quote: sever.56
          If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
          It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
          Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
          All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.

          And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

          Great ramzik! Go on ... I always knew you were a provocateur! Kazakhs and plug Ukrainians ... bully
          1. -13
            18 July 2016 21: 20
            Quote: Chariton
            Quote: razmik72
            Quote: sever.56
            If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
            It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
            Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
            All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.

            And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

            Great ramzik! Go on ... I always knew you were a provocateur! Kazakhs and plug Ukrainians ... bully

            Why do you consider me provocateurs, I simply state the facts. I can give the addresses of those members of the forum who do not consider Armenians as people.
            1. +4
              18 July 2016 21: 25
              Quote: razmik72
              Quote: Chariton
              Quote: razmik72
              Quote: sever.56
              If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
              It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
              Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
              All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.

              And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

              Great ramzik! Go on ... I always knew you were a provocateur! Kazakhs and plug Ukrainians ... bully

              Why do you consider me provocateurs, I simply state the facts. I can give the addresses of those members of the forum who do not consider Armenians as people.

              I know everything without you, you continue to hold meetings there .. You stand for democracy, as I understand it? Maybe the Turks let you in for a while ...? (we will go on vacation for a month to Russia))))
              1. -8
                18 July 2016 21: 38
                The border of Armenia with Turkey is guarded by the border troops of the Russian Federation, so these are not empty threats, Khariton, you can also obey ...
            2. +15
              18 July 2016 21: 47
              Quote: razmik72
              I can give the addresses of those forum users who do not consider Armenians as people.

              And will you also give the addresses of Armenians who do not consider Russians to be people? wink
        2. +5
          18 July 2016 21: 33
          Quote: razmik72
          For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

          Dear Razmik, you really shouldn't be combing everyone with the same brush. I will answer personally for myself: I have never said a bad word about the Armenian people in my life. Moreover, of the Caucasian peoples, along with the Georgians (now they are, however, slightly "Georgianized"), he considered the Armenians the closest to the Russians, at least in terms of faith. And there are enough stoned ones everywhere, among yours too, and given the hot blood ... So we are not enemies. By the way, I am very glad that you are here. And then it was a sinful thing to think that you would rush there, to carry "freedom and democracy." hi PS And what do you Armenians have for the division "on territorial grounds": Chaltyr, Nakhichevan, Karabakh, etc. Aren't you one people ?!
          1. 0
            18 July 2016 21: 48
            I do not consider this speech by a handful of rebels productive for my country, nothing will be solved, but the actions of the Armenian authorities led to this situation with their stupid and short-sighted policies regarding their own people.
            1. +3
              18 July 2016 21: 55
              Quote: razmik72
              actions of the Armenian authorities by their stupid and short-sighted policies

              So, after all, a clan hierarchy?
            2. +3
              18 July 2016 22: 52
              Your position is powerful !!!! :)))))))) Tell me about at least one revolution when everything became good after it! ???? Revolution or rebellion is not important, it is a BIG TROUBLE FOR ANY STATE AND, as a rule, always to the hand of ENEMIES !!!!
        3. +9
          18 July 2016 21: 36
          Quote: razmik72
          And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians?

          If Russia didn’t give a damn about the Armenians and Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan would gobble up them with giblets a long time ago, twenty-five years ago. And if you recall the story, then remember who saved Armenia from the Persians, Turks and other conquerors. Is not Russia ???

          Quote: razmik72
          Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians?

          And from the very ones as Russia heeded the requests of the rulers of old Armenia and took it under its wing, under its protection.

          Quote: razmik72
          For you, Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site more than once they write about it

          Those who write this, I consider freaks. There are no bad nations. There are SEPARATE representatives of a particular nation who have established themselves as cattle.

          I am not interested in your "verbatim comments" absolutely.
          Below you can read my commentary on the appeal of "everyone up to the seventieth generation.
          1. -1
            18 July 2016 22: 00
            Quote: sever.56
            Quote: razmik72
            And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians?

            If Russia didn’t give a damn about the Armenians and Armenia, Turkey and Azerbaijan would gobble up them with giblets a long time ago, twenty-five years ago. And if you recall the story, then remember who saved Armenia from the Persians, Turks and other conquerors. Is not Russia ???

            Quote: razmik72
            Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians?

            And from the very ones as Russia heeded the requests of the rulers of old Armenia and took it under its wing, under its protection.

            Quote: razmik72
            For you, Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site more than once they write about it

            Those who write this, I consider freaks. There are no bad nations. There are SEPARATE representatives of a particular nation who have established themselves as cattle.

            I am not interested in your "verbatim comments" absolutely.
            Below you can read my commentary on the appeal of "everyone up to the seventieth generation.

            Comrade Supervisor 2014 is not so frostbitten, he just thinks that all problems can be solved very simply - we will take all the Armenians and deport them, so we will solve the problems facing Russia. I did not see frankly racist remarks from Comrade Observer when I wrote about members of the forum Speaking frankly pro-fascist, I didn’t mean it. I can name one Greenwood.
            1. +4
              18 July 2016 23: 48
              Quote: razmik72
              Comrade Supervisor 2014 is not so frostbitten, he just thinks that all problems can be solved very simply - we will take all the Armenians and deport them, so we will solve the problems facing Russia. I did not see frankly racist remarks from Comrade Observer when I wrote about members of the forum Speaking frankly pro-fascist, I didn’t mean it. I can name one Greenwood.

              Maybe "razmik" and a photocopy of the passport of this Greenwood and other "anti-Armenian" commentators with a Russian registration will show? Why suddenly such an unambiguous statement that this comes from Russians and Russians?
              There are many who "walk" and "come" from near and distant countries, villages and neighborhoods, to which the very presence of "razmik" is a confirmation.
              Moreover, some substantively and purposefully "work" thematically with the national issue, religion, against the current government, the state system, etc., using to the place and not very, worn out to holes templates such as: Serdyukov, Vasilyeva, children and old people, plundered Vostochny etc.
              "Razmik", for an Armenian, has a very not bad Russian language and style of presentation, which is inherent in even not all Russian-speaking members of the forum! The person is clearly not stupid, but there is one thing ... "razmik" inconsistent and inclined to provocations and attempts to manipulate the opinion and consciousness of the respectable public participating in the discussion, while pursuing an anti-Russian, and, strange for an Armenian, anti-Armenian line.
              Quote: razmik72
              And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site more than once they write about this.

              Quote: razmik72
              Why do you consider me provocateurs, I simply state the facts. I can give the addresses of those members of the forum who do not consider Armenians as people.

              Quote: razmik72
              Comrade Supervisor 2014 not so frostbitten, he just thinks that all problems can be solved very simply - we will take all the Armenians and deport them , here and solve the problems facing Russia.

              Quote: razmik72
              I have repeatedly called for the deportation of Armenians from the Khostinsky district of the Krasnodar Territory.

              razmik72 AM Today, 14:12 PM | Armenian sky with a Russian tint

              ..... if things go the way they do now, then no help will save Armenia, it will disappear as a country and as a state. Russia will leave Armenia or remain, the result will be the same. The end of Armenia is near, people just don’t realize it ,and I won’t feel sorry if the Turks completely cut out the Armenians, they deserve it without doing anything, and enduring the power of the Karabakh clan.
              Razmik, how to understand your last comment? Are you glad for the approaching end of Armenia?
        4. +8
          18 July 2016 21: 45
          Quote: razmik72
          And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians?

          First, the Armenians need to stop spitting on themselves, then on Russia, and then Russia will help!
          Quote: razmik72
          Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians?

          Since the time of the Turkish genocide, if you have forgotten the story!
          Quote: razmik72
          For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site more than once they write about this.

          It depends on how the Armenians behave, who came to live at home, as in their homeland - to that attitude as a brother, neighbor. And whoever came to catch a fish in a muddy water and fill his pocket (at any cost) - this is what the attitude is! hi
        5. +5
          18 July 2016 21: 47
          Quote: razmik72
          For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.


          It seems to me that on Armenian websites they also write a lot about Russians, so there is no need to pedal about eternal themes here. All these former Soviet republics were "eternally offended", although in comparison with Russia they lived in the USSR at least as well.
        6. +1
          18 July 2016 22: 24
          And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site they write about this more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments. [/ Quote]
          Nonsense, comrade, I have a lot of comrades and even friends of Armenians in Kursk.
        7. +3
          18 July 2016 22: 25
          Quote: razmik72
          For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, on this site more than once they write about this.

          What??? belay
          Quote: razmik72
          If you want, I can provide verbatim comments.

          You can bring here anything you want! But not the fact that this is true, this is only your vision of Mher! We judge the Armenians by living in Russia - the center of Tula under the Armenians is the whole! Bought land, buildings, cars for a lot of money, but with thieves numbers - nichrome yourself niggas !!! Things are even worse in Kaluga (Kaluga residents will confirm VO). And did you, dear, watch the Sharia interview in Yerevan? am
        8. +1
          18 July 2016 23: 48
          Quote: razmik72
          And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

          Well, you’re probably right, that’s why they settled down in Sochi, Adler, for example, fell down the taiga without raising their heads, and all the Russians kick them and don’t even give them food, and in Moscow in the shopping center Yerevan they’ve got their organs removed
          1. +5
            19 July 2016 00: 48
            Quote: midivan
            and in Moscow, in the shopping center Yerevan, their organs are seized from them

            And here for you razmik72 please, another place of "mockery" of Armenians in Russia - "Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow" (Moscow, Neglinnaya st., 4), owner of the American company "Hyatt Hotels Corporation", CEO - Mark Khoplamazyan, admire the view from the places "oppression":
            1. +4
              19 July 2016 07: 41
              Quote: Dym71

              And here for you razmik72 please, another place of "mockery" of Armenians in Russia - "Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow" (Moscow, Neglinnaya st., 4), owner of the American company "Hyatt Hotels Corporation", CEO - Mark Khoplamazyan, admire the view from the places "oppression":

              good And moreover, 90% of oppressing Russians will not be able to afford there a day in the room laughing
      2. +1
        18 July 2016 22: 12
        Quote: sever.56
        If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
        It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.


        Serzh Sargsyan is the plague of the Armenian people. It was not almost all the neighbors who rebelled against Armenia, but Armenia rebelled against everyone. They allowed the nationalists to power ...

        The other day ... the proposal in UNESCO - "Armenian lavash" ... like many other things they wanted to appropriate for themselves. This time, as many as four countries rose against: Azerbaijan, Turkey, Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Lavash is a flatbread, and a flatbread This is a global food. All the peoples of the world were molded in different versions. And now "Great Armenia" enters the stage ... this is our primordial cake.

        And pita bread in its modern version actually refers to the Arabic cuisine.

        It comes to idiocy to be honest. The Armenians are not a doubtfully strong people, but there is nothing good left of their ancestors in the Armenians. The Armenians, who are divorced from nationalist ideas - the leprosy of the Armenian people, stand out very much.
        Among your acquaintances, for sure, there are respectable Armenians. For example, Bakinsky. Here they are the color of this people, and they are most likely similar (?) To their ancestors.
        1. 0
          18 July 2016 22: 20
          It comes to the point of absurdity ... then there will be fantasy ... but imagine that you can quite hear something similar from the lips of an Armenian.

          So, let's go: Carlos Markosyan (Marx), Onik Sisakyan (Onasis), Hovakim Muradyan (Marshal Murat), Karlen Voytylyan (John Paul 2), Benik Mustoyan (Musollini), Andranik Shakaryan (Sakharov), Murad Niazyan (Turkmenbashi) Kandalyan (Kondaliza Rice), Musheg Dayan (Moshe Dayan), Bagrat Abrahamyan (B. Obama), Sahak Tonoyan (Newton), Alexan Makedonyan (well, that’s clear), Tigran Hanoyan (Timuchin-Genghis Khan), Derenik Saroyan (Deng Xiaoping) , Andranik Anteryan (Antonio Banderas), Victor Karlosyan (Don Vito Corleone), Ado Shekoyan, Marcos Siseryan (Cicero, a bumpkin was a guy), Gnel Papinyan (Gnei Pompey), Vigen Chorchiryan (Churchill), Mikael Shekoyan (Michael Jackson) Minasyan (Ho Chi Minn).

          Do not drive a barrel to Razmik either ... even I, being an Azerbaijani, communicate freely with him, while my mother is not up to the tenth generation of his family, as is usually the case when representatives of "my Armenian great (to the 558th degree) grandfather were called Adam who married Armenian to Eve ... the wedding with Armenian duduk and lavash with dolma was on the slope of the Armenian Ararat "and the natives of Moscow bazaars with a criminal bias ...
          1. +5
            18 July 2016 22: 30
            Quote: HERMES
            Do not drive a barrel to Razmik either ... even I, being an Azerbaijani, freely communicate with him

            Eh, Dear Hermes, if your politicians would take an example from you and Razmik, at least in terms of conducting a dialogue ... then in Karabakh you wouldn’t be gnawing at each other, but you would go to visit and play weddings together in t. h. And, by the way, continuing the projection, the platform for your dialogue with Razmik is our Russian military-patriotic resource. That's just it ... Nekhay Aliyev and Sargsyan come in, lively reconcile. Yes
          2. -4
            19 July 2016 06: 34
            Ordinary sarcasm. And where did you read all this? The only question is about Murat. And who built the Moscow Kremlin? Http: //politrussia.com/politkasha/tayna-proiskhozhdeniya-moskovskog
            o cream
            lya-644 / And this is written by scientists. I can also give evidence by "scientists" about the greatness of Azerbaijanis.
        2. +1
          19 July 2016 01: 33
          Quote: HERMES
          .This time, four countries rose up against: Azerbaijan, Turkey, Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.

          I understand that Azerbaijan and Turkey are one country?
        3. -2
          19 July 2016 12: 06
          Quote: HERMES
          "Armenian lavash".

          how many lived in the Caucasus and ate different cuisines (including Turkish, Azerbaijani, Kazakh) I know for sure that he is completely different lavash and cannot be confused with Armenian or Georgian or, say, Iranian. And if we take into account that Armenian civilization is already very many years old and pita bread in the world has become famous thanks to the Armenians, then I do not see anything out of the ordinary in this proposal.
          By the way, UNESCO was included in the "cultural heritage" in this very interpretation. A year ago.
          1. +1
            19 July 2016 18: 27
            Quote: Krasniy_lis
            Quote: HERMES
            "Armenian lavash".

            how many lived in the Caucasus and ate different cuisines (including Turkish, Azerbaijani, Kazakh) I know for sure that he is completely different lavash and cannot be confused with Armenian or Georgian or, say, Iranian. And if we take into account that Armenian civilization is already very many years old and pita bread in the world has become famous thanks to the Armenians, then I do not see anything out of the ordinary in this proposal.
            By the way, UNESCO was included in the "cultural heritage" in this very interpretation. A year ago.

            Well, of course you are the "most" ... and "ancient" as well.
            Why rush to Russia and deceive the Russian people? spit on those who sheltered you ...
    4. +8
      18 July 2016 20: 58
      There is a large proportion of jokes in every joke of mine! For example, we didn’t have enough Armenian accomplices of militants in Adler ??!
    5. +1
      18 July 2016 21: 01
      Look WIDE, gentlemen, comrades!
    6. -3
      18 July 2016 21: 07
      Quote: Observer2014
      Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants
      Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great grand nephews

      I have repeatedly called for the deportation of Armenians from the Khostinsky district of the Krasnodar Territory.
      1. -2
        18 July 2016 21: 20
        Quote: razmik72
        Quote: Observer2014
        Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants
        Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great grand nephews

        I have repeatedly called for the deportation of Armenians from the Khostinsky district of the Krasnodar Territory.

        Well done! All deport, except for the Turks .... Or am I wrong?
      2. +7
        18 July 2016 21: 24
        razmik72 hi Good evening! Glad to see you! And hear!
        I have repeatedly called for the deportation of Armenians from the Khostinsky district of the Krasnodar Territory.

        We’re worried about our Russian state security! And who didn’t let the escaping Armenians from Armenia seize in the places of their compact, unexpected appearance and residence? Who forbade them to be like people to whom they were (without asking permission?) Even in such numbers Forming Armenian enclaves? On a foreign land for them? And do you understand any enclave as a hotbed of ethnic crime and the basis for nationalism. And who can guarantee that militants will not be attached to multi-quantitative cousins?! So fears about this are not unfounded.
        I hope you are familiar with the generally accepted expression among Armenians that there is somewhere a high-ranking Armenian (or simply) official who helps (not free of charge) to obtain documents? Ask any reason for obtaining Russian citizenship with an addiction! And you can wave all the adjus with a pen.
        1. -9
          18 July 2016 21: 29
          Quote: Observer2014
          razmik72 hi Good evening! Glad to see you! And hear!
          I have repeatedly called for the deportation of Armenians from the Khostinsky district of the Krasnodar Territory.
          Support.
          We’re worried about our Russian state security! And who didn’t allow the runaway Armenians from Armenia to seize in the places of their compact, unexpected appearance and residence? Who forbade them to be like people to whom they were (without asking permission?) Forming Armenian enclaves? a land foreign to them? And you understand any enclave as a hotbed of ethnic crime and the basis for nationalism. And who can guarantee that militants will not be attached to multi-quantitative cousins?! So fears about this are not unfounded.

          Here I am talking about it. A raid of terrorists, all that, it is necessary to deport all Armenians from Russia, it is advisable to press them in front of the track, and I will see how the Russian Armenians will sing "Hosanna" here to the Russian and pro-Russian Armenian government in Armenia.
          1. -4
            18 July 2016 22: 31
            It's amazing ... the attitude of Russians towards the Armenians ... and after all, the allies. Although literally in the previous topic, one comrade "let slip" that "Armenia and Belarus are needed ... this will allow us to take a blow outside the territory of the Russian Federation" .... and today, when people with the same opinion say that “we saved your people (ie Armenian) from destruction by the Turks ... actually support the idea of ​​using our ally as a shield ... that is, only (!) as a shield. Not surprisingly that today Russia has only the army and the navy of reliable allies.

            Similar to US tactics, which use everyone and everything only in their interests.
            On the one hand, this is correct ... everything should be arranged for the protection of its own people ... but in this case, it's time to forget about the "broad Russian soul". Since the use of this once truthful phrase with the above described priorities will be mean.
            1. -2
              19 July 2016 12: 12
              Quote: HERMES
              in the previous topic, one comrade "let it slip"

              one comrade, obviously Putin? Otherwise, how can one companion understand that we are talking about the State? This is an OFFICIAL position, is it? No? Then stop making bullshit. Otherwise, following your logic, you can say a lot about Wh.
    7. +6
      18 July 2016 21: 08
      Quote: Observer2014
      Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great-grandchildren


      Who are you going to deport? All Armenians, or will you select?
      Maybe the descendants of Marshal I.Kh.Bahramyan, the descendants of the artist Aivazovsky (Ayvazyan), director K. Shakhnazarov and many, many other worthy representatives of a talented and intelligent nation?
      During World War II, I don’t remember that from the Armenians units were created that fought against our common Motherland - the USSR, unlike many others.
      As they say - "In the family - not without its black sheep." But you can't row everyone with the same brush.
      Minus as you want, but I will not change my opinion!
      1. +2
        18 July 2016 22: 48
        Quote: sever.56
        Quote: Observer2014
        Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great-grandchildren


        Who are you going to deport? All Armenians, or will you select?
        Maybe the descendants of Marshal I.Kh.Bahramyan, the descendants of the artist Aivazovsky (Ayvazyan), director K. Shakhnazarov and many, many other worthy representatives of a talented and intelligent nation?
        During World War II, I don’t remember that from the Armenians units were created that fought against our common Motherland - the USSR, unlike many others.
        As they say - "In the family - not without its black sheep." But you can't row everyone with the same brush.
        Minus as you want, but I will not change my opinion!

        Armenian Legion ...- 18 people.
        In fairness, I would also say the Azerbaijan Legion - about 40 people. The Germans, by the way, rated the fighting efficiency of the Legion as high ... they didn’t say very much about the Armenians.
        Most likely captured Armenians were gathered in the Armenian Legion, offering a piece of bread in exchange for concentration camps.
        The Azerbaijani Legion fought for the independence of the ADR from the Bolsheviks.

        Adolf Hitler on the legions:
        “I do not know how these Georgians will behave. They do not belong to the Turkic peoples ... I consider only Muslims reliable ... I consider all the others unreliable. At the moment, I consider the formation of these purely Caucasian battalions to be very risky, while I do not see any danger in creating purely Muslim formations ... Despite all the statements of Rosenberg and the military, I also do not trust the Armenians. ”
    8. +3
      18 July 2016 21: 08
      Quote: Observer2014
      Including seventy great grand nephews

      Then it turns out - everyone. Well, mb, except for Razmik. Yes And by the way, has Razmik not yet appeared? Really rushed there? request
      1. -3
        18 July 2016 21: 31
        Quote: Paranoid50
        Quote: Observer2014
        Including seventy great grand nephews

        Then it turns out - everyone. Well, mb, except for Razmik. Yes And by the way, has Razmik not yet appeared? Really rushed there? request

        Where is it where?
        1. +3
          18 July 2016 21: 42
          razmik72 hi Personally, I plus you as I can! Because you are ARMENIN! You live in Armenia! And the Armenians live anywhere! At the same time, continuing to call yourself Armenians as a citizen of the Russian Federation. Clinging to your car the Armenian flag! - And judging by the flag from Armenia write! And if the way it is, it’s nice to have a debate with you. hi
          1. 0
            18 July 2016 22: 15
            Quote: Observer2014
            razmik72 hi Personally, I plus you as I can! Because you are ARMENIN! You live in Armenia! And the Armenians live anywhere! At the same time, continuing to call yourself Armenians as a citizen of the Russian Federation. Clinging to your car the Armenian flag! - And judging by the flag from Armenia write! And if the way it is, it’s nice to have a debate with you. hi

            Observer 2014, I write from Armenia and have repeatedly believed that the place of Armenians is in Armenia, but to my great chagrin, your government will never heed your and my advice calling for the deportation of all Armenians from Russia, as they are deported and not particularly fond of the pro-Russian government of Serge is demolished to Russia.
            1. +2
              19 July 2016 00: 12
              Quote: razmik72
              deport all Armenians from Russia, since the deported and not particularly fond of Russia will demolish the pro-Russian government of Serge.

              laughing good move! and checkmate of Russia, and what does pro-Russian not triple you? Do Russians eat your bread? do not give rise? What do you want? Drive out our troops and kaaak heal beautifully? But does this prevent you from living? in a way, I agree with you on such an experiment in order to see how your country develops, but in this case, trade relations and all sorts of others should be closed, so that everything would be fair laughing Well, such a small country cannot feed the whole of Russia laughing
        2. +2
          18 July 2016 21: 46
          Quote: razmik72
          Where is it where?

          Yes, in the "thick of events", I wrote to you, only it turned out higher, the comment moved. hi
    9. -1
      18 July 2016 22: 50
      ,,, observer2014
      Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bully Including seventy great-grandchildren.
      ,,, smacks of fascism ,,
      1. -1
        19 July 2016 12: 16
        Quote: bubalik
        ,,, smacks of fascism ,,

        why would? It is not about the PEOPLE, but the relatives of the so-called "opposition", which supports terrorism.
        1. -2
          19 July 2016 12: 18
          Krasniy_lis RU  Today, 12: 16
          ,,,maybe you are right,, hi
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    10. 0
      19 July 2016 07: 49
      Quote: Observer2014
      Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!

      Yes, even in Armenia it would not hurt to "close" them, for supporting terrorism.
    11. +4
      19 July 2016 08: 42
      On 8 on January 1977, a series of terrorist acts was carried out in Moscow. According to the official Soviet version and according to some modern researchers, three bombings were carried out by Armenian terrorists (Hakob Stepanyan, Zaven Baghdasaryan and Stepan Zatikyan): in a train car between Izmailovskaya and Pervomaiskaya stations, store No. 15 of the Bauman district, and also street 25 October. [99] [100] [101] [102] As a result of these terrorist acts, 7 people were killed, 37 injured. The same group of terrorists was preparing a series of explosions on the eve of 7 on November 1977 of the year at the Kursk station in Moscow. [103] Hakob Stepanyan and Zaven Baghdasaryan were arrested on the Moscow-Yerevan train in the fall of 1977. [104] Then Stepan Zatikyan was arrested in Armenia. The leadership of Armenia (the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Armenia K.S. Demirchyan and the chairman of the KGB of Armenia Yuzbashyan) at the beginning of the investigative measures tried to stop the investigation and the arrest of Zatikyan. Demirchyan demanded to immediately stop the lawlessness and arbitrariness, in his opinion. [105]

      In his memoirs, the former head of the Fifth Directorate of the KGB of the USSR, which defended the constitutional order, [106] Philip Bobkov wrote that after the trial, the Armenian leadership tried to hide the details of the crime from the population of the republic:

      “... The Armenian leadership did everything to hide this bloody crime from the population of the republic. By order of the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Armenia, Demirchyan, not a single newspaper published in Armenian published a report on the terrorist act. The documentary film about the trial of Zatikyan and his accomplices, filmed during the sessions of the Supreme Court, was forbidden to be shown even to the party activists of Armenia, it was shown only in a narrow circle of the top leadership. The film never came out on the screens, although it could bring considerable benefits and help in educational work. The leadership of the republic motivated the ban by their unwillingness to compromise the Armenian people in the eyes of the Russians .... During interrogations, the terrorists said that they were intimidated by Zatikyan, who, while in prison, "moved" on the idea of ​​nationalism and insisted that the Russians should be punished for the oppression of the Armenian people[108][ 109]. Speaking at the trial, Zatikyan stated: “I have repeatedly stated that I refuse your trial and do not need any defenders. I myself am the accuser, not the defendant. You are not subject to judge me, since the Jewish Russian empire is not a state of law! This must be firmly remembered ... "[110][111][112] Zatikyan ended his last word with an appeal in Armenian: "Tell others that we are left with revenge, revenge and again revenge!"[110][111] As a result of the closed trial, all three were sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of the USSR in 1979 and shot[111]
      1. +1
        19 July 2016 18: 33
        Quote: sgazeev
        A documentary about the trial of Zatikyan and his accomplices, shot during the Supreme Court, was banned from showing even to the party activists of Armenia, it was shown only in a narrow circle of senior management. The film never came out on screens, although it could bring considerable benefits and help in educational work. The republic’s leadership motivated the ban by reluctance to compromise the Armenian people in the eyes of Russians .... During interrogations, the terrorists said they were intimidated by Zatikyan, who, while in prison, “moved” on the idea of ​​nationalism and insisted that the Russians should be punished for oppressing the Armenian people [108] [ 109]. Speaking at the trial, Zatikyan said: “I have repeatedly stated that I renounce your trial and do not need any defenders. I myself am the prosecutor, not the defendant. You are not subject to judge me, since the liquid Russian empire is not a legal state! This must be firmly remembered ... ”[110] [111] [112] Zatikyan ended his last word with an appeal in Armenian:“ Tell others that we have revenge, revenge and revenge again! ”[

        I confirm! I watched these documentaries. Zatikyan and his gang are a hate group of scum terrorists
    12. +1
      19 July 2016 09: 51
      Quote: Observer2014
      Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants
      Immediately close access to Russia for them and their ALL relatives !!! And to deport all relatives if there are any from Russia! bullyIncluding seventy great grand nephews

      And put them in Armenia for aiding terrorists.
  2. +4
    18 July 2016 20: 35
    The future meat for ISIS shows in Armenia that it is ready.
  3. +9
    18 July 2016 20: 35
    It’s not the right time for anyone, but the Armenians to breed these kind of alter-minders.
    1. +4
      18 July 2016 20: 54
      This is accurate, but ordinary Armenians do not need this. But the provocateurs who were paid, the current state of affairs is just at hand. The Armenian authorities are firm and decisive.
  4. +7
    18 July 2016 20: 35
    broke through the police cordon and made a clearly provocative attempt to organize a march in support of those who took weapons hostage in the police building
    ,,, if the Authority wants to hold on (whatever it is), all attempts to demolish this power should be stopped harshly ,,, and not to negotiate, ,,
  5. +5
    18 July 2016 20: 39
    Require!? any concessions, for terrorists still not even hobbled, there is pure complicity in terrorism, for which there should be a criminal punishment. Such impudence should be disposable.
  6. +7
    18 July 2016 20: 42
    Put in support of terrorists, expel from the country and strengthen control over NGOs, at the moment we need tough actions by the authorities. The best thing is to destroy the bandits who took hostages.
  7. avt
    +5
    18 July 2016 20: 51
    Sargsyan will not crush this Syphilian and his syphilites, who are OPEN AND PUBLIC WITH WEAPONS IN HANDS, opposed the constitutional system of the current, adopted by the Armenians after 1991, will be Ssynukovich at best, and at worst Saddam. Well, by the way, this is their business. and further Sifilyan into the kingdom and be syphilitic, free - the will, the saved - paradise. Let them then leave the CSTO and our border guards with the base together we will withdraw, as in due time from Georgia.
    1. +3
      18 July 2016 21: 15
      Let him run over where he goes. If the housing and communal services rally was dispersed not so long ago (however, the demands were met), there were a lot of people there (on the scale of Armenia). And then there is nothing wrong with terrorism. And no amount of "opposition" will help. No options. hi
    2. -2
      18 July 2016 21: 17
      Quote: avt
      Sargsyan will not crush this Syphilian and his syphilites, who are OPEN AND PUBLIC WITH WEAPONS IN HANDS, opposed the constitutional system of the current, adopted by the Armenians after 1991, will be Ssynukovich at best, and at worst Saddam. Well, by the way, this is their business. and further Sifilyan into the kingdom and be syphilitic, free - the will, the saved - paradise. Let them then leave the CSTO and our border guards with the base together we will withdraw, as in due time from Georgia.

      Since when, shark, has the constitution been respected in Armenia? The authorities themselves spat on her more than once.
      1. avt
        +1
        18 July 2016 23: 12
        Quote: razmik72
        Since when, shark, has the constitution been respected in Armenia? The authorities themselves spat on her more than once.

        request It’s a business, you guys there, you want something like adults? Well, such as we have in 1993 of the cannons in parliament? Your business is independent, of course it gives rise to power, but who said that the brotherhood took the hostages of the police, and the same Sargsyan has the longest barrel in its hands, the largest caliber ??? Well then Hell. One is already checking spent on the Ruin and not yet evening, it will be even darker. And minus the Azerbaijanian stuck. laughing Like for a question .... to me.
    3. +1
      19 July 2016 18: 36
      Quote: avt
      Sargsyan will not crush this Syphilian and his syphilites, who are OPEN AND PUBLIC WITH WEAPONS IN HANDS, opposed the constitutional system of the current, adopted by the Armenians after 1991, will be Ssynukovich at best, and at worst Saddam. Well, by the way, this is their business. and further Sifilyan into the kingdom and be syphilitic, free - the will, the saved - paradise. Let them leave the CSTO

      What are the names of these "most ancient"?))
      Sifilyan ... Arangutyan, Chimpazian ... The nightmare is simple.
  8. +5
    18 July 2016 20: 52
    In essence, this is support for bandits.
  9. +3
    18 July 2016 21: 02
    The ears here are clearly growing from the CIA, and in Alma-Ata the same thing, they broke off like a chain, anywhere and in any way, but give Russia a lesson ... not to go anywhere, otherwise you will get "colored" revolutions again or they are already starting unfold in these spaces. It is not surprising, but in Turkey it also smells like CIA traces, that strangely the rebels did not sew Erdogash, with so many participants they did not achieve a damn thing, in fact, the officers drove the soldiers to slaughter, someone from above told the officers what to do, if not, then and the result - "no" ... only the police knew who and what was to blame, pulling out of the tanks and killing ordinary soldiers, but Erdogan fussed in advance with his mobile phone ... but the people, basically, did not understand that for him the ray is an existing or possible future. However, one thing is clear, the covenants of ATATYURK are buried, and how it will not be clear there now ... ???
  10. +7
    18 July 2016 21: 07
    I see from the RB the hairy ears of the State Department mattress.
    Hence the conclusion - how is this even possible? Another Yanukovych?
    The Government of the Russian Federation to see the experience of France, Germany and draw the appropriate CONCLUSIONS:

    1. To collect all these trade-loving Armenians, Georgians, etc. etc. and send peacefully to their penises, with special emphasis on St. Petersburg and the capital.

    2. Prevent migration to the Russian Federation. Until 1990, Germany had a very good migrant law. You can be a migrant, but a figurine citizen.

    Then the "green" sons of Zion Joschka Fishera came and it started ...
  11. +3
    18 July 2016 21: 15
    To crush the "crap" nits, until they become lice, so that it was discouraging!
  12. +1
    18 July 2016 21: 19
    Armenian oppositionists rally in support of militants
    Pancake. Under Stalin, a rally in support of the Nazis was held?
    What to do? To lisp.
  13. +1
    18 July 2016 21: 21
    I don’t understand, they initially have problems with their brains, or are they fooling around after they begin to ascribe themselves to the opposition? How can you give support to those who take hostages !?
    1. +4
      18 July 2016 21: 49
      Quote: Art777
      I don’t understand, they initially have problems with their brains, or are they fooling around after they begin to ascribe themselves to the opposition?

      There is such a thing $which replaces both mind and honor and conscience. sad
    2. 0
      18 July 2016 22: 44
      Quote: Art777
      How can I give support to those who take hostages

      And this is one office.
  14. +4
    18 July 2016 21: 25
    Quote: razmik72
    Quote: Chariton
    Quote: razmik72
    Quote: sever.56
    If Serzh Sargsyan admits what Yankovich allowed on the Maidan, he will not be forgiven from the people.
    It must not be allowed that several hundred thugs charged to the slaughter will dictate to the smart and working people of Armenia with whom they are on their way.
    Without Russia, Armenia, as a state, and Armenians, as a nation, will be destroyed in a matter of months by the eternal "friends" - the Turks, as was the case at the beginning of the last century.
    All these opposition movements are encouraged and funded by the West, which absolutely does not give a damn about the people of Armenia. The main thing for them is to create another point of tension in the state, a union of Russia, and try to draw it into a possible conflict.

    And what, Russia does not care about the Armenians? Since when does a Russian have such a heart ache for Armenians? For you, the Armenians are at the nigga level, they write about this on this site more than once. If you want, I can give verbatim comments.

    Great ramzik! Go on ... I always knew you were a provocateur! Kazakhs and plug Ukrainians ... bully

    Why do you consider me provocateurs, I simply state the facts. I can give the addresses of those members of the forum who do not consider Armenians as people.


    And you can give the addresses of the Armenian opposition, as well as their relatives living in Russia.
  15. +1
    18 July 2016 21: 31
    Once there was such a booze on the part of the psi. (they begin to shake the situation in the former USSR quickly without proper preparation) on the one hand, this is very good, since there is an understanding that they have little time left before the collapse - they begin to rush and make mistakes showing their leverage and their interest in this region, because " color revolution "or" revolt of dissatisfied with something or someone "is their emphasis. On the other hand, a cornered rat is very dangerous and can take extreme measures.
  16. 0
    18 July 2016 21: 39
    APPLE TREE GROWS IN MATRASIA AND APPLES FALL WHERE PLEASANT, INCLUDING ARMENIA.
  17. +1
    18 July 2016 21: 41
    Ramzik ​​made me laugh .... How he became active right away (and the forum users wanted to take it, profiles for everyone probably ..)))) There are a lot of these on the site now! Someone got tired of sculpting cons ... Everything is distributed with them! Previously, the Armenians were sensible here and reasoned calmly and without tantrums .. (Azerbaijan always always crushed them, then left and did the right thing) But the great RAMZIK of the site became ..))))) Everything fell under the table .. wassat laughing
    Catch the Turks deported as an American spy associated with the coup in Istanbul and Yerevan! (you need to check it there)))) ..
  18. +2
    18 July 2016 21: 48
    gather a volunteer battalion of polite Armenians .. and send this limited contingent of former painters. straighteners and pavers .. to fight the fifth column in their own country.
  19. +3
    18 July 2016 21: 56
    Oh how.
    Again, the same script set on edge. "Onizhedeti - victims of the regime! Live radio freedom!" Only Nuland with the cookies is late.

    If the Armenian brothers take this step, it will be a disgrace of the century ...
  20. Tim
    +4
    18 July 2016 21: 58
    Quote: razmik72
    Why do you consider me provocateurs, I simply state the facts. I can give the addresses of those members of the forum who do not consider Armenians as people.

    Ramzik ​​go to the psychiatrist. Among the Armenians, I have many friends who have urgently served together, I can only say positive things about them. It’s necessary to end the provocateurs. soldier
  21. 0
    18 July 2016 22: 23
    There is such a good expression - "Power should NOT be touched with your hands!" What happens when touched - we see the example of Maidania. Someone thinks they can heal better if they kill the police?
  22. +1
    18 July 2016 22: 35
    Have we already seen something like this somewhere in Ukraine and Syria?
    Somewhere there were "they are children," and somewhere a moderate opposition.
    Now let's look at the answer. Or there will also be something like Yanukyanovich
  23. 0
    18 July 2016 22: 37
    Armenian Maidan, and who benefits from this?
  24. +1
    18 July 2016 23: 03
    SW Razmik! Explain in a few words what the "opposition" demands from the authorities !!
  25. +8
    18 July 2016 23: 12
    Dear Armenians, the opposition has already promised salaries of 5 thousand euros, pensions of 2 thousand each, visa-free travel, NATO, happiness and prosperity?
  26. +1
    18 July 2016 23: 51
    Do you speak Armenian opposition? So these are spies and saboteurs.
  27. +1
    19 July 2016 00: 01
    As for me, it's time to press this opposition as hard as possible.
    Indeed, in this situation, they are accomplices of the militants who took hostages.
    So pull them under the article for aiding.
  28. +2
    19 July 2016 00: 11
    In connection with the latest events in the world, we just didn’t have enough "Armenian oppositionists" ... !!!
  29. 0
    19 July 2016 00: 21
    What are the main problems of Armenia?
    1. 0
      19 July 2016 18: 42
      Quote: Stauffenberg
      What are the main problems of Armenia?

      greed, selfishness, disregard for other nations
  30. +3
    19 July 2016 01: 27
    the armed hostage-taking is TERROR and those who took to the streets are accomplices of TERRORISTS !!! am
  31. +2
    19 July 2016 02: 12
    the person who threatens the lives of civilians is a criminal and if he does not surrender they will destroy him, and stop weaving nonsense about fiery hearts and pure thoughts. and this political prostitution that came to stir up the cell and before special orders ... as they say
  32. +1
    19 July 2016 07: 51
    if at one time Yanukovych mowed down two rows of headless ghouls now everything would be calm, so in Armenia one should not allow it until the crowd senses the weakness of power ...
  33. +2
    19 July 2016 10: 17
    Good day. It became interesting what they write on the forum ... everyone has read. I will say that the situation is clearly unprecedented. The heroes of the war seize the police ... Do not rush to the charges of terrorism, although I myself am not a supporter of what is happening. Our media give out suspiciously little information that should be taken seriously. I do not see any external influence (at least in the sense of the actions of the so-called terrorists). Opposition rally - yes, there are a bunch of activists of various kinds and grant-eaters. But the capture of the police is another. I found out that they released one hostage so that he had time for his engagement. It does not fit in with terrorism somehow. My opinion is that the roots go too deeply and in the wrong direction as it seems to many, otherwise they would have long ago conducted a military operation.
    ZY
    During the rallies there were a lot of alarmists howling about the imminent overthrow of the government and the establishment of the Maidan order, deflection under nuland and other goodies ... it didn’t work, but I also pointed out the reasons for that at the forum. So I ask you not to rush to conclusions, there is really very little information.
  34. +3
    19 July 2016 10: 36
    Armenian leadership needs to act Erdoganov’s tough against the opposition, which is certainly fueled by the Americans ...
  35. 0
    19 July 2016 21: 58
    Liberasts - they are also liberals in Armenia.

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