Armenia vs Azerbaijan conflict

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
US Drone strikes are activated in air-conditioned offices the other side of the planet to which the bombs rip through ranks of local conscripts, clutching their rifles, huddle together in transport trucks.

Right after a successful strike, the operative probably go for a smoothie and books themselves in for a Reiki and pre-emptive PTSD counselling session with a homosexual therapist, down the hall.

What a time to be alive.
 

La Águila Negra

 
Banned
Other Christian
New Azeri incursion in Artsakh, 1180 hectares taken over. 4 TB2 Bayraktar drone strikes on Artsakh positions. Several casualties on both sides. Martial Law declared in Artsakh.

Burden of de-escalation is on Russia, Soros' approved Armenian leadership seems bought off and busy striking deals with Turkey/Azerbaijan - and the latter two want to stamp Artsakh out of its existence.





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DanielH

Hummingbird
Moderator
Orthodox
This could be some ploy to tie Russia up in another conflict.
And it is fully backed by a NATO member, Turkey. More NATO aggression against Christians. Has NATO ever been involved in a conflict that didn't disproportionally harm Christians? Christians were virtually all kicked out of the Middle East, if not killed, Serbia was wrecked, and now Armenia, plus they've got a twofer in Ukraine and Russia.
 

Cynllo

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer




President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev showed his fist to the Armenian gangs and gave harsh warnings came to the agenda again. In that speech, Aliyev said, “I am calling out to those who live in Armenia with feelings of revenge. Make up your mind. Our fist is here, it's going nowhere. Don't make us nervous. I will make you all beautiful. If you look nice, you can all live comfortably. If any attack or statement is insulting against us, we will crush your head”.

I am in northern Armenia and can hear gun fire.
 
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Cynllo

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
I am in northern Armenia and can hear gun fire.

Seems like it was the Armenian military.

India is one of the most reliable "allies" of Armenia, along with Iran.

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Armenia blocked Lukashenko and Putin's decision to send Collective Security Treaty Organization (security organisation for former Soviet states, minus Georgia, Azerbijan and Ukbekistan) troops into Ukraine.

Armenia has let all the migrants from Russia into its territory, including the political ones. It is said there are 115,000 Russians in the capital Yervan. Mostly IT/remote workers, who have Armenian bank accounts to continue getting a salary.
 

Cynllo

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
I am in the northern city of Gyumri.

For about two hours there has been the loud sound of horns going through the city.

I would go out and see what is going on, but I am in a family home and can't go out once they have gone to sleep.

I suspected it would be a protest against what I've been told is a глобалистая марионетка (globalist puppet) - their Prime Minister. People like him about as much as libs like Trump, minus TDS.

Found this in the news:

In Armenia's second-largest city of Gyumri, protesters are holding a protest on Wednesday night, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, just as the protesters in Yerevan did, local media reported.

"Gyumri residents blocked Sayat Nova Street and urged citizens to take to the streets and join their struggle in the name of Armenian statehood," the media reported.

In Yerevan, protesters blocked central Baghramyan Avenue in front of the parliament building. The large-scale rally has already lasted for several hours; the protesters want Pashinyan to be impeached.

The situation in Yerevan:

 
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Cynllo

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
Increasing suspicions that this may not be a spontaneous even from inside the two countries...

There are two overarching blocks here: NWO vs multi-polar, but with some overlap

NWO:
- US, EU, UK
- Azerbaijan (accepted Jerusalem as the capital of Israel)

Multi-polar:
- Russia
- Iran
- China
- India

Split:
Armenia - though embedded into the post-Soviet architecture, the current puppet PM has isolated Armenia from Putin
Turkey - NATO-member, but is largely rouge
Pakistan - anther increasingly rouge NWO"ally"

This region contains major arteries for energy pipelines:

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The EU have negotiated with Azerbaijan to ramp up gas deliverers to Europe, in light of the Putin price hike. In 2021 Europe used 400 billion cubic meters of gas. While this only represented an extra 12 billion (max). Much of Azerbaijan's oil also goes to Europe. It's not a huge amount, but loosing it will reduce dwindling supplies and rise prices even further.

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Armenia is completely dependant on Russia energy, with it's only other source being Iran. Azerbaijan's government could not strike the Armenian pipelines without bringing the wrath of Putin. But it's quite likely Azeri/Turkish terrorists could sever them in Georgia or Russia. While Azerbaijan's pipelines would be sitting ducks for Armenia, instantly mauling it's economy, which is practically nothing without energy exports. Oil and gas facilities would be their primary targets, leaving them economically ruined an unable to supply their own domestic energy.

Turkey is also highly dependant of energy from the region, and is a particularly volatile region, with massive inflation. Erdogan would not be able to win another election in anything approaching a far means. Turkey is a very volatile, bi-polar country, with a lot of Kurds who would be given to domestic terrorism in a crisis.

If you suspect, like I, that much of this energy crisis may be part of the Great Reset, it would be very easy to bring energy chaos by starting a war in this region. It would push the near-east into much deeper into the energy crisis. Car-fuel prices in Armenia have doubled and food prices are up a lot too. Turkey has destroyed its currency. Many of the countries to the south import energy from the north.

Given that Azerbaijan bent the knee so far as to ascent to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a good chance they are something of an Epstein state.

It would involve three considerable powers: Turkey, Russia and Iran. All of whom have alliances, but they are purely strategic, and are aside of many differences.

In an Armenian-Azeri conflict the weight is currently like this:

Pro-Armenia:
Armenia

Sides with Armenia:
India
Iran

Against Armenia:
Turkey
Azerbaijan
Pakistan

Russia is obligated by treaty to protect Armenia, but obviously has other priorities and would like to see the current globalist PM gone and replaced with someone pro-Russia.

This could weigh into further defining what the sides would potentially be in a global war, as there are a number of divides, which are not uniform within the Western block and multi-polar block, forcing countries to take a specific side. A big crux is Pakistan vs. India, which split is primary influenced by China.

Multi-polar:
Armenia
Russia
Iran
India
China

NWO block:
Israel
NATO
Turkey
Azerbaijan
Pakistan
Georgia
Gulf states
 
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911

Owl
Catholic
Gold Member
Increasing suspicions that this may not be a spontaneous even from inside the two countries...

There are two overarching blocks here: NWO vs multi-polar, but with some overlap

NWO:
- US, EU, UK
- Azerbaijan (accepted Jerusalem as the capital of Israel)

Multi-polar:
- Russia
- Iran
- China
- India

Split:
Armenia - though embedded into the post-Soviet architecture, the current puppet PM has isolated Armenia from Putin
Turkey - NATO-member, but is largely rouge
Pakistan - anther increasingly rouge NWO"ally"

This region contains major arteries for energy pipelines:

image_proxy


image_proxy


The EU have negotiated with Azerbaijan to ramp up gas deliverers to Europe, in light of the Putin price hike. In 2021 Europe used 400 billion cubic meters of gas. While this only represented an extra 12 billion (max). Much of Azerbaijan's oil also goes to Europe. It's not a huge amount, but loosing it will reduce dwindling supplies and rise prices even further.

key_oil_and_natural_gas_infrastructure_in_Azerbaijan_map.png


Armenia is completely dependant on Russia energy, with it's only other source being Iran. Azerbaijan's government could not strike the Armenian pipelines without bringing the wrath of Putin. But it's quite likely Azeri/Turkish terrorists could sever them in Georgia or Russia. While Azerbaijan's pipelines would be sitting ducks for Armenia, instantly mauling it's economy, which is practically nothing without energy exports. Oil and gas facilities would be their primary targets, leaving them economically ruined an unable to supply their own domestic energy.

Turkey is also highly dependant of energy from the region, and is a particularly volatile region, with massive inflation. Erdogan would not be able to win another election in anything approaching a far means. Turkey is a very volatile, bi-polar country, with a lot of Kurds who would be given to domestic terrorism in a crisis.

If you suspect, like I, that much of this energy crisis may be part of the Great Reset, it would be very easy to bring energy chaos by starting a war in this region. It would push the near-east into much deeper into the energy crisis. Car-fuel prices in Armenia have doubled and food prices are up a lot too. Turkey has destroyed its currency. Many of the countries to the south import energy from the north.

Given that Azerbaijan bent the knee so far as to ascent to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a good chance they are something of an Epstein state.

It would involve three considerable powers: Turkey, Russia and Iran. All of whom have alliances, but they are purely strategic, and are aside of many differences.

In an Armenian-Azeri conflict the weight is currently like this:

Pro-Armenia:
Armenia

Sides with Armenia:
India
Iran

Against Armenia:
Turkey
Azerbaijan
Pakistan

Russia is obligated by treaty to protect Armenia, but obviously has other priorities and would like to see the current globalist PM gone and replaced with someone pro-Russia.

This could weigh into further defining what the sides would potentially be in a global war, as there are a number of divides, which are not uniform within the Western block and multi-polar block, forcing countries to take a specific side. A big crux is Pakistan vs. India, which split is primary influenced by China.

Multi-polar:
Armenia
Russia
Iran
India
China

NWO block:
Israel
NATO
Turkey
Azerbaijan
Pakistan
Georgia
Gulf states
 

GigaBITE

Woodpecker
Oriental Orthodox

Seems to be a propagandist for Zionists, if not Jewish himself.

Here he is supporting the war in Iraq back in 2003, writing for the Jewish World Review:
Baghdad and Iraq traditionally has been home to many Jews and Christians, the Catholic Chaldeans. So how does Saddam Hussein and his government treat these people? He has run Jews out of their own country. He has used Iraqi Christians as conscripted mine field clearers by making them walk at gunpoint through mine fields in the 8-year Iraq/Iran War.

Hundreds of thousands of these Iraqi Christians have fled Iraq and come to America. They live in Detroit and San Diego. They are good people, making it in the land of their dreams, unbothered by a dictatorial regime bent on killing every Jew and Christian within its borders.
Jewish half-truths and lies. Saddam was fine with Christians. What happened to all those Iraqi Christians after the American invasion?

It's not "complicated." We know what these types are up to. It's the same thing they were up to in 2003.

 
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