Posted 15 August 2016 - 10:07 AM
Jirair Tutunjian, Toronto, 13 August 2016
On July 8 of this year Armenia’s ARKA news outlet announced that a group of archeologists had discovered Yerevan’s oldest street. The 30-ft. tile-paved passageway is 2,700-years-old and is near thetemple of Haldi. Although the discovery was “unique and unprecedented”, according to archeologist Mikael Badalyan, there was no media follow-up in the days after the report.
Intrigued by the lack of further reports about the site, Professor and Doctor (18 honorary professorships and doctorates from universities in Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, three Turkish, Jordanian, and Azeri…) President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, who several months ago revealed that the “Khanate of Erivan and Zankezur are part of the Azerbaijan homeland”, sent a secret crack team of archeologists to the Yerevan site to probe the reason for the secrecy surrounding the Street with No Name. Within ten days the Azeri Indiana Jones team, which had pretended to be Iranian tourists, returned to Baku laden with tons of data about Yerevan’s oldest street. Ecstatic by what the clandestine team had discovered, President-for-Life Aliyev delivered an address to his 9-million subjects where he exposed the “mendacious games the illegal occupational government of Armenia is playing to cover up” the secrets of Yerevan’s newfound street.
Here are the highlights of the history-changing revelations made by President Aliyev, Light of the Turkic People, Hero of the Caspian, Avenger of Shusha, Savior of Khojali, Son of Heydar the Great, Liberator of Nagorno-Karabakh…
---The fascist-racist colonial regime in Yerevan has halted the excavations of the oldest street and deep-sixed further digging because of the civilization-shattering facts the Azeri secret team unearthed there. For example, the Yerevan street’s ancient name was Ilham Yolu (Ilham Street) and was built 5,000 years ago by Sarsam III, king of proto-Azerbaijan which was called Aliyevstan.
---Aliyevstan stretched from the Gulf of Azer (now Persian Gulf /Arabian Gulf depending which imperialist atlas you check) in the south to the Kara (Black) Sea and Mount Elbruz (in Georgia) in the north. It stretched from the eastern shores of the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean (Gulf of Shiite Jihad). One of its major cities was Yaravan which means “the house of the loved one” in Azeri. Nearby was the province of Nakhwan which Armenians changed to Nakhichevan.
---Tambal, the capital of Aliyevstan, was on top of Mt. Agri which racist people call Mt. Ararat. Noah was a true-blue Azeri born in Tambal. He was the head carpenter at the court of King Sarsari II. Upon hearing of his talent, Allah ordered him to build the famous Ark. Thus humanity descends from the Azeris.
---Upon landing at the foot of Mt. Agri, Noah immediately invented wine, beer, Cognac, Champagne and spritzers. However, following the untimely deaths of a number of King Sarsams, Sarsaris, and Sakhatts due to overindulgence, viniculture was banned. In the 7th century, the Azeri emperor Padishah Dali Sanam IV sent a delegation to Mecca to persuade Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him (PBUH), to ban liquor. The Azeri emissaries also persuaded the Prophet, PBUH, to ban pork because “oink, oink” is a deeply offensive term in classical Azeri. The Prophet (PBUH) bestowed the title of “Caliph” upon the Azeri padishah, although the unworthy successors of the Prophet (PBUH) usurped the title which resulted in the Sunni/Shiite disagreement.
The Azeri archeologists also dug up several 5,000-year-old tomes written in Azeroid, the first alphabet of the world. The alphabet had 498 fonts, including serif and sans serif; upper case, lower case and middle case. What’s erroneously is now referred to as Italic and Roman were originally named Azeric and Bakulic. Despite their age, the leather-bound books were in mint condition, testifying to the printing and binding excellence of ancient Alievites.
The primordial ancestors of the Alievites also discovered fire. The latter was admittedly facilitated by the Allah-given petroleum and natural gas which spout here 24/7. Alievites, who had fleets in the Caspian and the Gulf of Azer, shipped fuel all the way to Said, now called Sidney in Australia, to Fizuli, now called Fiji in the Pacific Ocean and to California which is named after Caliph Orna. “Tartar” derives from the tar Alievites exported to Central Asia.
While the highly-advanced Alievistan flourished for millennia before the advent of the Sumerians, the Egyptians, Ultima Thule, and Atlantis, the decline of the empire began 800 years before the birth of Prophet (PBUH). That is when a barbarian tribe crossed from Europe and advanced east to the area around Lake Van, now mostly inhabited by the rebellious and treacherous Mountain Turks. To confuse strangers, the barbarian tribe called itself many names…Ermeni, Hai, Haig, Nairi, Khaldi, Ooradoo... But no matter their name, they were a primitive people who ate raw meat which they called chee kofteh. Taking pity on the homeless nomads, Emperor Beyinsiz Sanam III welcomed them to his empire and provided them with soup kitchens. Again, our innate compassion proved to be our fatal flaw. The barbarian Ermenler were cunning, sly, treacherous, underhanded, foxy, crafty, tricky, wily, shifty and good at business. Within a short time through duplicity these beggars became money-changers and bankers who controlled our economy while their crooked businessmen took over our clay tablets and papyrus newspapers.
Then at a secret meeting on the northern shores of Lake Van their cabal of wise elders compiled a protocol for the takeover the Azeri empire. The cabal secretly allied with the Persians and poisoned Emperor Aptal VI, the royal family, the nobility, the spiritual leaders and the generals. They then divided the empire between them. Out of their alliance were born the Pahlavi Empire and Ermenistan. But Allah-willing, Ermenistan’s days are numbered. Soon the Azeri armed forces will take back the lost lands, convert gavoor Echmiadzin to the original madrasah; Yerevan will once again be a khanate; the idols called Babig and Mamig in Khojali will be beheaded. To spare them from the just ire of the Azeri people, the government will deport gavoor Ermenler southwest, to the Arabian Desert. From the ancient Yerevan street will rise glorious Turania. To celebrate the glorious, President-for-Life Aliyev will give every Azeri subject the 16 volume “Complete and Annotated Speeches of Heydar Aliev”... Glory to Alievstan, glory to the noble Aliyev familocracy, glory to Great Patriot and Atazerbaijan Heydar Aliev, and glory to glorious leader Ilham Aliyev who despite his first name is a good Muslim and doesn’t eat ham.
President-for-Life Ilham Aliyev ended his speech by announcing that the sale of croissant will be banned across Greater Azerbaijan because the French pastry’s crescent shape makes it sacrilegious to all observant Azeris.
Posted 23 October 2016 - 11:58 AM
LMAO!!!!!!!!!! What will they think of next?
Oct 21 2016
“Sayat Nova is Azerbaijani, not Armenian; he is Seyat Neva”
Baku. Javid Zeynalli – APA. Sayat Nova is Azerbaijani, not Armenian,
and he is Seyat Neva, the chairman of Azerbaijani Ashugs’ Union
Maharram Gasimli told APA.
“I don’t know how come Sayat Nova is introduced as Armenian. In fact,
he is Seyat Neva, not Sayat Nova,” said Gasimli. “Our old ashugs used
to recite poems in Russian, Georgian, and Armenian at any time. Seyat
Neva too has written poems in Armenian and Georgian. She wrote mostly
in Azerbaijani and she is Azerbaijani, not Armenian. She was born in
Tbilisi. The Armenians introduce him to the world as an Armenian
He noted that said that there is no fact of Seyat Neva being an Armenian.
“Mirali Seyidov has numerous researches that prove Seyat Neva is an
Azerbaijani ashug. About 300 Armenian ashugs wrote and recite poems in
Azerbaijani,” added the union chairman. “We shouldn’t forget that
there were talented persons among them. In Azerbaijan’s Shamkir
district there was an Armenian ashug called Yervant who recited in
Azerbaijan. He often told me the Armenian language doesn’t harmonize
with the sound of saz. Today Armenian ashugs are promoted in the
world, but one shouldn’t forget that the Azerbaijani ashug art has
always been under the influence of the Armenian culture.”
Posted 23 October 2016 - 12:01 PM
The moon belongs to furkey as well
ANKARA, TURKEY (1:20 P.M.) - Speaking during an opening ceremony for an educational institution in Bursa on Saturday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan compared the way that Syrians and Iraqis have been driven away from homes because of the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; ISIS/ISIL), to how Turkish people were once forced out from the same cities.
Erdogan added that the cities of Mosul and Aleppo belong to the Turkish people.
Video footage of this speech was broadcasted by Ruptly on Sunday morning:
This is not the first time that Erdogan has said something this controversial; just last week, the Turkish President told Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider Al-'Abadi, he should know his place and that they are not equals.
Posted 08 November 2016 - 09:51 AM
Orhan Deligöz, a ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) MP from Erzurum, Turkey, claimed that the father of Fethullah Gülen was Armenian.
Deligöz noted that Gülen’s family had moved to Erzurum from elsewhere, reported Haber7 news website of Turkey.
“They came from Iran to Bitlis [town in Turkey], after which they settled in Erzurum,” said the Turkish MP “When Fethullah Gülen wanted to get a foreign passport, he had noted his mother’s name as Rabin, which is neither a Turkish nor a Kurdish name. His mother is Jewish, whereas his father—Armenian.”
Ankara accuses Turkish Islamic theologian and preacher Fethullah Gülen—who resides in the US since 1999—and his “Fethullah Gülen Terrorist Organization (FETÖ)” of orchestrating the failed putsch in Turkey in July. And it has petitioned to the US for his extradition to Turkey.
Posted 30 January 2017 - 03:55 PM
Just replace the word "Cognac" with "Caviar" and "Armenian" with "asserbaboon" you'll get the truth!!!!!!
AzerNews, AzerbaijanJan 30 2017Armenia's cognac diplomacy and its failures30 January 2017 22:27 (UTC+04:00)201
By Rashid Shirinov
Last week, Armenian diplomacy has once again suffered a heavy blow in the international arena. The Armenian delegation to PACE has tried to bribe Chairman of the PACE Committee Vladimir Aryev by offering a cognac in exchange for not recognizing Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan; however the attempt has failed.
“Yesterday the deputies from Armenia were chasing after me with a bottle of cognac and wanted me to refuse recognizing Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan,” Aryev wrote in a social network.
As it turned out, Armenian diplomats did not like the paragraph of the report developed by Aryev, where he stated the impossibility of monitoring the state of media in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova, because part of their territories are under the control of occupying forces.
However, Aryev explained the Armenian diplomats that the paragraph concerning Nagorno-Karabakh is based on the international legal norms and documents about the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, and hinted at the inadmissibility of any attempts to exert such pressure on him.
In the end, PACE ignored all objections of Armenian representatives and adopted the resolution without changes.
A number of experts have called this incident another example of “cognac diplomacy” by Armenians.
“The Armenians have always tried to use their vaunted cognac to bribe officials in order to solve political issues in their favor, and such attempts continue to this day," said political analyst Fikrat Sadigov.
He noted that many Europeans, including the members of the PACE, are well aware of the true essence of the issue, and clearly understand whose territories are occupied and who is the occupant country.
“A sober-minded European politician will not deny the fact that part of Azerbaijan is occupied by Armenia, as well as the fact that it is possible to move the situation forward only after withdrawal of Armenian troops from the occupied territories, said Sadigov. “Failure at the PACE showed the Armenian deputies that cognac will not help in this case.”
“The Armenian emissaries had to start with at least a box of cognac in such case,” famous Russian expert, publicist and public figure Dmitry Verkhoturov joked about the unsuccessful attempt of Armenians.
Political analyst Peter Tase, in turn, said that the underhand tactics of the Armenian delegation to the PACE is unacceptable.
“International community must denounce those intentional acts that violate the ethical and moral values enshrined by the rules approved by the PACE,” Tase noted.
He added that the international community has almost always turned a blind eye to the corruption practices used by the Armenian top officials.
Thus, the Armenian diplomats have again failed in their attempts to distort the historical reality about the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.
Edited by Yervant1, 30 January 2017 - 03:56 PM.
Posted 22 February 2017 - 09:47 AM
BAKU, Azerbaijan (A.W.)—Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev appointed his wife Mehriban Aliyeva as the country’s Vice-President on Feb. 21, in a move that has been widely criticized as way for Aliyev to tighten his grip on power in the country.
According to a statement released on Azerbaijan’s official presidential website, the appointment came during meeting of the country’s Security Council under the chairmanship of the President.
A scene from the Security Council meeting, during which Mehriban Aliyeva was named Azerbaijan’s Vice-President. (Photo: Office of the President of Azerbaijan)
In Sept. 2016, Azerbaijan held a referendum, which extended presidential terms from five years to seven and created a strong Vice-Presidency.
Mehriban Aliyeva, 52, is a Member of Parliament and the deputy chair the ruling New Azerbaijan Party and heads the Heidar Aliyev Foundation—a non-governmental organization named after Aliyev’s father, former Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev, who ruled the country from 1993-2003.
Despite being active in Azerbaijani politics, leaked U.S. diplomatic cables revealed in 2010 that Aliyeva appears to be “poorly informed about political issues,” and that her family has vast business interests throughout Azerbaijan.
Posted 23 February 2017 - 04:39 PM
Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev’s appointment of his wife as first vice president of the country clearly demonstrates how the population, officials and all citizens of Azerbaijan are ridiculed, Iranian Asiran.com news site writes in an article, entitled “Azerbaijan and Ilham Aliyev’s clownery.”
The author refers to the notorious appointment, saying: “A simple research suggests that Ilham Aliyev’s wife fails to meet the requirements for taking the post of the vice president, which unveils Aliyev’s intention to facilitate the transfer of the power to his wife.”
The author next recalls similar examples recorded in the history: “Former president of Tunisia Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was trying to appoint his wife Leyla Ben Ali as his deputy. However, President Ben Ali was forced to leave for Saudi Arabia with a family, following the mass protests that hit the country in 2011.”
“In Libya, Muammar Gaddafi was trying to bring own son to power, in Egypt Mubarak was preparing his son to serve as the next president and the same with the Yemeni president,” the source recalls.
To note, Iranian Mehr Agency earlier reported, that Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev is expected to visit the Islamic Republic of Iran on March 5.
Posted 28 April 2017 - 10:35 AM
Azerbaijan’s Bülbüloğlu gets embarrassed during UNESCO director-general candidate hearings
Posted 12 July 2017 - 09:02 AM
Armenpress News Agency , Armenia
July 10, 2017 Monday
Armenian Parliament's Vice-Speaker brands Azerbaijani FM's statement
as "utter nonsense"
YEREVAN, JULY 10, ARMENPRESS. Azerbaijani FM Elmar Mammadyarov’s
statement that the Nagorno Karabakh conflict must be settled based on
the territorial principle is a diplomatic nonsense, Vice-Speaker of
the Armenian Parliament and Speaker of the Republican Party told
“The OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs have made at least five statements
mentioning that the issue must be solved based on three fundamental
principles: peaceful settlement, right to self-determination and
territorial integrity. Moreover, recently the European Parliament once
again reaffirmed the necessity of the self-determination right. In
addition, not for a second has the Republic of Artsakh ever been part
of the independent Azerbaijan, therefore using the term Azerbaijan’s
territorial integrity for Artsakh is a diplomatic nonsense”,
Sharmazanov branded Mammadyarov’s statement that Azerbaijan has
thousand-year old history is diplomacy as hilarious.
“A state unity called “Azerbaijan” appeared in the world on May 27,
1918. As much as Mammadyarov would want to find a state called
Azerbaijan even a day earlier that this, would be in vain.
If 99 years is millennia for Azerbaijan, then mathematical
calculations are done in a completely different way there”,
According to him, in his speech Mammadyarov mentions the Aghvank
medieval state citing “the thousand-year diplomatic history of
“I believe here Mammadyarov is making an unforgivable mistake, because
not more or less he is throwing down the gauntlet against Ilham
Aliyev’s father Heydar Aliyev, who had always said “one nation, one
state” when speaking about Turkey and Azerbaijan. I.e. Heydar Aliyev
had always said that Azerbaijanis and Turks are one nation, while the
Turks have come to the region not earlier than the 40s of the 11th
century”, Sharmazanov said, adding that he wouldn’t be surprised if
next time Mammadyarov declares the Roman Empire to be Azerbaijani as
Sharmazanov said he finds the Azeri FM’s statement that Artsakh is a
“historic” territory of Azerbaijan to be complete nonsense.
“Azerbaijan has a history of only 99 years, while Artsakh is a
historically Armenian land, which was mentioned by ancient Greek
historians. Let them have a look at their records, which clearly
mention that until the crossing point of the rivers Kur and Araks it
is the Armenian territory”, he said.
Posted 15 July 2017 - 08:26 AM
Now this is funny, she visited the grave site of heydar aliyev!!!!!!!!!!!! For sure this belongs in the comedy section.
APA, AzerbaijanJuly 14 2017Armenian woman visits graves of Azerbaijani civilians killed in Alkhanli
Oksana Altunyan, an Armenian woman who has joined the Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Platform and is in Azerbaijan for the first time in the past 30 years, has visited the graves of the Azerbaijani toddler and her grandmother, both of whom were killed in an Armenian shelling of Fuzuli’s Alkhanli village, the Peace Platform’s press service told APA.
On July 4 at about 20:40 (GMT+4 hours), the Armenian armed forces, using 82-mm and 120-mm mortars and grenade launchers, shelled the Alkhanli village of Azerbaijan’s Fuzuli district. As a result of this provocation, the residents of the village Sahiba Allahverdiyeva, 50, and Zahra Guliyeva, 2, were killed. Salminaz Guliyeva, 52, was injured.
Oksana offered her condolences to the families of the victims and condemned the aggression against the civilians.
She was born in Baku and lived in the Azerbaijani capital until 1987 but moved to Moscow afterwards. She could not return to her homeland because of the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
On the first day of her visit to Azerbaijan, Oksana has also visited the graves of Heydar Aliyev, Muslum Magomayev, and Rashid Behbudov in the Alley of Honor.
Oksana called on intellectuals from both sides to unite their efforts to restore peace and good neighborly relations.
Oksana Altunyan then paid a visit to Baku’s Armenian Church, where she was shown copies of exceptional books, manuscripts, and unique examples of Armenian literature. The Armenian woman thanked the library for the preservation of rare Armenian books and manuscripts.
She could not hide her amazement at how beautiful Baku has become since 30 years ago, noting that she was very happy to finally be in the city she had been unable to tread for decades.
Posted 26 August 2017 - 08:40 AM
Public Radio of Armenia
Azerbaijan has detected something of a national security breach. And this time it comes via a lipstick collection carrying Armenian-American television star Kim Kardashian West’s brand name (KKW) and sold to unsuspecting Azerbaijanis, EurasiaNet.org writes.
For Azerbaijan any product with an ethnic Armenian connection, whether a lipstick or a rifle, can be considered an enemy operation. “You put a little bit of Kim Kardashian West (KKW) on your lips and, boom, you support Azerbaijan’s enemy, one government-aligned media outlet warned,” the article reads.
“You may say it’s just cosmetics, big deal. What does it have to do with the Armenian-occupied territories of Azerbaijan?” observed Azeri Today in a Russian-language article with the sub-title “For the attention of Azerbaijan’s Security Services!” The story takes the trouble to respond to its own question.
The Kardashian family spends part of its earnings on “advancing the recognition of ‘the Armenian Genocide’,” the author posited.
The 36-year-old Kardashian West indeed campaigns for international recognition of the massacre of ethnic Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide.
EurasiaNet.org reminds that with her sister Khloé and husband, rapper Kanye West, in tow, Kardashian West made a grand visit to Armenia in April 2015, drawing attention to genocide commemorations there. The actress’ own paternal ancestors barely escaped the killings when they migrated to the US at the turn of the 20th century.
The fact that neither KKW by Kylie, nor its distributor, KylieCosmetics.com, is Armenian means little or nothing to ethnicity-conscious Azerbaijanis. Earlier this year, calls were made in Azerbaijan to ban Yandex and Uber’s joint taxi-hailing service because an ethnic Armenian is at the helm of the company, EurasiaNet.org writes.
Posted 02 September 2017 - 09:52 AM
What did you think Mr. Macron it will be? After all you are talking to a Turk!!!!!!!!
Sept 1 2017
French president’s remarks on speaking to me are ‘positive’: Erdoğan
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Sept. 1 he was not at the point
of clearing up his French counterpart President Emmanuel Macron’s
remarks on speaking with him, as he noted he saw it as a positive
thing for them.
“Honestly, I am not at the point of figuring out what he [Macron]
meant. That needs to be learned from Mr. Macron. I only know one
thing, since they request to talk, I would not want to turn them down,
because I want to gain friends and lessen those who look at us in a
negative way. However, I do not think negatively [of the remarks]
given to that magazine, but on the contrary, that speaking with the
President of Turkey is a positive thing for them,” Erdoğan told
reporters after prayers for the Eid al-Adha celebration.
The French president had said on Aug. 30 that life as a world leader
was less “cool” than it might seem, referring to talks with Erdoğan as
In an interview with Le Point magazine, Macron was asked if he was
trying to be the new “cool” kid on the global stage.
“The global stage is not really a ‘cool’ scene, you know,” he replied.
“I am the one who has to speak with Erdoğan every 10 days,” he said as
an example. He did not elaborate.
The last known conversation between Macron and Erdoğan was on Aug. 27,
when they discussed the fate of a Frenchjournalist jailed in Turkey.
An aide to Macron later said the French president had not meant to
mock or criticize his Turkish counterpart.
“The conversations with Mr. Erdoğan are always very serious,” the aide
Edited by Yervant1, 02 September 2017 - 09:52 AM.
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