Monday, August 11, 2008

Where is SS?


Things are getting uglier and uglier in Georgia. Where is SS and what is the Armenian government doing to first of all accommodate the refugees from Georgia and also provide humanitarian aid to our neighbors?

Where is Serj Sargsian?

12 comments:

Ani said...

I assume the question is rhetorical. If not, the answer is here: http://tinyurl.com/6jl5g3

Alternative photo caption: "What? Me worry?"

Haik said...

Total government collups.
It seems he doesn't really care.
Tbilisi is just few hours drive from Yerevan and Russia has bases in Armenia. Dashnaks are making noises about Javakhk. Bandits are beating journalists. Serjik is enjoying the Olympics.
At least the government eased the visa control. They decided not to charge for visa and the 10.000 AMD air charge. Maybe they were ashamed charging refuges.

Haik said...

As for the opposition statement you can read it here:
http://www.payqar.org/am/5/item/580/

spm said...

With all disrespect to Serj and sympathies to Georgians and Ossetians alike suffering from imperialistic games and adventurism of 21st century governments, will Georgian government or its president twitch a thumb if Armenia was now under the siege or Armenian refugees fleeing to Georgia. I do not advocate being selfish or even joyous at neighbors suffering, but Georgians need to learn a lesson: without unity in Southern Caucasus they will not be able to achieve independence. Actually Armenia once helped to stop civil war there when secretly removed Gamsakhurdia from Tbilisi and sent him away. Georgians could have contributed greatly to the settlement of problems in the Caucasus. And by saying that I am not calling for Christian unity or calling on them to refuse beneficial economic collaboration with Azerbaijan and Turkey just for sake of solidarity. But the Caucasus could be very prosperous if peoples cooperated instead of stealing from each other and blocking each other. And role of Georgia there is great, because they are the ones who can mediate between Azeris and Armenians, they are the ones who might have offered Abkhasians and Ossetians free and dignified existence in a small confederation instead of seeking the same status within Russia, where their role and significance is incomparably smaller.

Anonymous said...

Serj is doing the smart thing and improving relations with China. All this bitching and moaning about where he is, is just unnecessary whining.

You think that his being in Armenia would make some big difference? Armenia is smartly staying out of the political aspect of the ugliness up north while they all kill each other.

antifa said...

Anon
Is Serjik your father?
Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Lenin were also the father for some.

Anonymous said...

According to rumors, there were secret discussion about negative stereotype of LTP, and that there are many people accepting movement but denying movement. As a result it was decided to introduce the term dzed (Grandfather in Russian) so that anyone closer to movement should call LTP as dzed.

Anonymous said...

"accepting movement but denying movement"

"accepting movement but denying LTP"

Anonymous said...

I don't know whose grandpa LTP is, but I'd reckon he is a perfect post-soviet demagogue, trying desparately to feed off peoples' need for a populist hack.

Thankfully he is about 15 years too late, hence the "has-been" sign on his forehead as he wonders why so few care what he has to say.

antifa said...

I wonder why when there is a talk about Serj an anonimka pops in with a reference to Levon.
Anonimka you are too predictable.

antifa said...

Se՛rj

antifa said...

At least I am honest anonim ;)