"Of course if you wish to believe propaganda so, but there was no "SFs" involved, just a border shooting, and Armenians also had casualities, just a regular incident, nothing unusual with regards to its nature and losses."
Sorry dude, but bravery medals being awarded to soldiers dying of "heart failure" is not Armenian invention. Your country admitted 1 casualty, and and at least six others during the following week dying from bizarre reasons, like "driving from the road", "accidently shot by mishandled firearm", "struck by lightning", "hit by falling bricks" and so on. Here's a summary of that incident:
As you can see, there were two attempts to infiltrate the border (maybe they weren't SF units, I don't know that, but conscripts usually aren't used in such operations).
I understand of course, that the fact of SF units being defeated by conscripts may sound pretty painful for Azeris to admit, but it's much better to realise your mistakes and not ignore them.
"By the way, the security of glorious warrior nation of Armenia is entirely connected to its relations with Russia and CSTO. They are very well aware that they are hopeless by themselves, despite all their delusions.
As for the rambo Armenian conscripts, you tell me what they would do in a real war facing an actual army with everything."
If you want to know, how those "rambo Armenian conscripts" would do in a real war facing an actual army with everything, then why don't you see for yourself?
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=85e_1360803455 (Warning, video is pretty graphic)
Look, no Russia or CSTO whatsoever
"And before you say it, no, the first Karabakh war is not a indication of what would happen in the second one."
LOL, you're mixing it up. First Karabakh war was in 1918, where Azerbaijan got their a**es kicked
Second war was in 1991, where Azerbaijan got their a**es kicked again
Not sure about you, but I see a pattern here
"The country is not the same, resources is not the same, army is not the same, equipment is not the same."
Absolutely, next time Artsakh-Karabakh Armenians wouldn't have to capture supplies from Azeris to be able to wage war
In fact, Armenians were pretty under-equiped for a winning army. You can see so for yourself:
"I'm not saying Armenia stuck where it was, but oviously it does not compare to Azerbaijan."
Yes, Armenia's army is much better.
"but more importantly there was barely anyone to man those equipment in a professional way, mostly because of the Soviet policy with regards to military service of Muslims."
Yeah, cool story bro
Yes, in Soviet army there was discrimination of Azeris, but trust me, it got nothing to do with religion or nationality