Armenians Preferred Fighting to Tearful Speeches on CNN and BBC
“Irregular Armenia”: A War Without Refugees A member of the Russian Federal Chamber Denis Dvornikov made a comment immediately after the April war in Karabakh which reflects the purpose of Azerbaijan’s aggression against Karabakh. All the latest wars in the world had similar scenarios. Precise and powerful weapons were used to strike, the land that needed to be “liberated” was liberated because people living there immediately became refugees. This was the scenario in Syria and Ukraine. Probably, it was going to be the scenario in Karabakh too. Azerbaijan was to use deadly Russian weapons to massively fire at the line of contact, take several villages and commit atrocities to frighten the Armenians. According to the Azerbaijanis and their Russian and Turkish instructors, the population of Karabakh would leave Karabakh or at least the parts which were to be “liberated”. “Had the people of Karabakh run away, they would have provided them with several German villages, washed their feet on Piazza San Pietro in Rome, made tearful speeches on CNN and BBC. And they didn’t run away,” Denis Dvornikov said. Moreover, the fathers hurried from Armenia to help their sons, and the show business is shooting episodes in trenches. However, the war in Karabakh is an “irregular” war, there are no refugees whom everyone was expecting so much, and it means that there is no “liberated” war that the invaders would occupy and station their troops there. This is an “irregular” in the Armenian way. The enemies made a mistake in their plan. After the first failure they started their planning anew. The next strike will take into account the “irregularity” of the Armenians. One can only guess the next step. Putin has created a National Guard in Russia which reports to him. Yesterday it has become known that the National Guard can be deployed outside the borders of the country for “peacekeeping purposes”.