Live Conflict Azerbaijan and Armenia clash over Nagorno-Karabakh region Updates & Discussion

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I have to succumb to my prejudices here but people who cite Sowell and Quigley are of quite well-known disposition. They are similar to those who read Ayn Rand when they're 14 and think they've figured out the world. Suggesting that communists have power over a U.S. deep state when the same country has tried to overthrow every socialist and communist administration that has popped up anywhere on the earth is a laughable right-wing conspiracy which goes against every facet of reality. "They" are a unified front, "they" have planned this from a gazillion years ago, and "they" do not faulter or make mistakes, and "they" don't change and everything goes as "they" have planned. This childish outlook is at the heart of all conspiratorial thinking. Our world is a world of chaos, not immutable plans and monolithic fronts. When I try to decide something, several voices in my head argue with each other. Now let's imagine 5 people. Extend that to a state apparatus, and then to a global front. That's all I will say here; change can come about gradually and through reading more; much much more; but reading differing opinions, not reinforcing your echo chamber.
 

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I have to succumb to my prejudices here but people who cite Sowell and Quigley are of quite well-known disposition. They are similar to those who read Ayn Rand when they're 14 and think they've figured out the world. Suggesting that communists have power over a U.S. deep state when the same country has tried to overthrow every socialist and communist administration that has popped up anywhere on the earth is a laughable right-wing conspiracy which goes against every facet of reality. "They" are a unified front, "they" have planned this from a gazillion years ago, and "they" do not faulter or make mistakes, and "they" don't change and everything goes as "they" have planned. This childish outlook is at the heart of all conspiratorial thinking. Our world is a world of chaos, not immutable plans and monolithic fronts. When I try to decide something, several voices in my head argue with each other. Now let's imagine 5 people. Extend that to a state apparatus, and then to a global front. That's all I will say here; change can come about gradually and through reading more; much much more; but reading differing opinions, not reinforcing your echo chamber.

Change won't come if your not willing to read the books the enemies of our nation put out and to put all assumptions aside until its been read. Quigley is just a starting point. But if you wont take the first step then we just have to agree to disagree and move on.

To Turks who are interested the PDF's of both books are easily accessible online. Read them, once you have read those books investigate all the entities mentioned in those 2 books. You won't lose anything by reading those books but they will contribute to helping you understand what is taking place against Turkiye today.
 

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Eu be like we condemn Azerbaijan and support Armenia.

Please give us gas and Petrol daddy Aliyev.
 
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It would be wise for Turkish intelligence to get some agents to join these groups so we have an inside knowledge of what they are planning and if need be to sabotage their terrorists efforts from within.
 

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It would be wise for Turkish intelligence to get some agents to join these groups so we have an inside knowledge of what they are planning and if need be to sabotage their terrorists efforts from within.
Why are armenoids always so delusional, will they only learn it once there is no armenia anymore or what is it with those Monkeys?

Gosh, weak ass Countries and their barking pisses me off...
 

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I have to succumb to my prejudices here but people who cite Sowell and Quigley are of quite well-known disposition. They are similar to those who read Ayn Rand when they're 14 and think they've figured out the world. Suggesting that communists have power over a U.S. deep state when the same country has tried to overthrow every socialist and communist administration that has popped up anywhere on the earth is a laughable right-wing conspiracy which goes against every facet of reality. "They" are a unified front, "they" have planned this from a gazillion years ago, and "they" do not faulter or make mistakes, and "they" don't change and everything goes as "they" have planned. This childish outlook is at the heart of all conspiratorial thinking. Our world is a world of chaos, not immutable plans and monolithic fronts. When I try to decide something, several voices in my head argue with each other. Now let's imagine 5 people. Extend that to a state apparatus, and then to a global front. That's all I will say here; change can come about gradually and through reading more; much much more; but reading differing opinions, not reinforcing your echo chamber.
Unfortunately you've failed to understand what Marxism is. It is not an economic system but a pseudo-theological scam whose only purpose is to gain power.

Also, the world is in fact full of conspiracies and always has been. They are a normal part of life and to believe otherwise is just a comforting delusion. Yes, there are some people who make the mistake of believing that omniscient and omnipotent conspirators who can predict the unpredictable are behind everything, but that error doesn't negate the fact that large ideological movements do exist and act in semi-coordinated and purposeful ways.

It just so happens that the ideology that has openly been trying to take over the world for the past century has been Marxism, and it succeeded in dong this in half of the world, which it quickly exsanguinated, and now it's infesting the West. This time its flag is a rainbow and the oppressed classes have changed (and vary somewhat by country), but it's exactly the same Marxist scam and it spreads through academia, which is a global monoculture. This is a fact you and everyone else should come to terms with very quickly.
 

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Unfortunately you've failed to understand what Marxism is. It is not an economic system but a pseudo-theological scam whose only purpose is to gain power.

This time its flag is a rainbow and the oppressed classes have changed (and vary somewhat by country), but it's exactly the same Marxist scam and it spreads through academia, which is a global monoculture. This is a fact you and everyone else should come to terms with very quickly.

Could not have said it better myself. I would have liked your post more than once if it was possible. So true.
 

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example of armenian treachery. Served in the Turkish parliament but worked to undermine the Turkish state and her regional interests.

 

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Unfortunately you've failed to understand what Marxism is. It is not an economic system but a pseudo-theological scam whose only purpose is to gain power.

Also, the world is in fact full of conspiracies and always has been. They are a normal part of life and to believe otherwise is just a comforting delusion. Yes, there are some people who make the mistake of believing that omniscient and omnipotent conspirators who can predict the unpredictable are behind everything, but that error doesn't negate the fact that large ideological movements do exist and act in semi-coordinated and purposeful ways.

It just so happens that the ideology that has openly been trying to take over the world for the past century has been Marxism, and it succeeded in dong this in half of the world, which it quickly exsanguinated, and now it's infesting the West. This time its flag is a rainbow and the oppressed classes have changed (and vary somewhat by country), but it's exactly the same Marxist scam and it spreads through academia, which is a global monoculture. This is a fact you and everyone else should come to terms with very quickly.

Its why i gave Quigleys books, he gives a good idea of these various power structures and how they operate, how they collude and how they compete and at other times war with each. All with the intent to obtain power. Quigley himself was part of the anglo-american order, an insider.
 
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