flamming_python wrote:Good article from The Guardian (a real shock that); outlines my thoughts exactly:
Still a garbage article and if you think this, then you too have problems.
You cannot ignore the american funded accomplices whom are clearly taking advantage of this situation and trying to drive it to overthrow the government. Lets face it, it has been proven already from links I posted that such people are working there and involved. As well, if you shut your ears yelling lah lah lah to drown out criticizem, you are essentially ignoring the issue going on in the background and going to let such people win. Pointing out culprits will definately help. Armenia would be in a tight spot and has little choice but to accept Russia. Azerbaijan is already saying that they support protestors and calling ends to Armenian government.
You need to call it for what it is, or another Ukraine will prop itself up. Look how China dealt with the protestors in HK, same thing. Called them out for what they are (paid provocators whom are pushing for a colored revolution). No one stupid enough to damage property, not make any money at work, and cause distress in a country over $80 a year more. If people in Armenia are pissed off about that, there is far worst. Watch the RT video on it.
Orriginally, this was called electricmaiden but quickly changed to electricyeravan due to maidens unpopular wording. As well, I do not deny that there are people whom are inherently pissed off at governments missmanagement, but ignoring the fact that some asshole screaming about government wearing a US flag tshirt as a provocator, then you ignore what can happen.
Remember Ukraine maiden? And how they are now fleeing to Russia cause they damaged their own cause by allowing us funded groups to highjack their protests and take over? Same thing can happen there.