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Moscow, Tehran to Fight ‘Turkification of Azerbaijan’

Joined: April 1st, 2007, 1:14 am

December 31st, 2017, 4:39 pm #1

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
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December 31st, 2017, 5:46 pm #2

wow, your whole life is on a thin line isnt it ? Pathetic fool...
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January 1st, 2018, 3:22 pm #3

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
Hahahahahahahahaahahahahha that has to be one of the dumbest comments I've heard in a while.

It's like saying the Frenchification of France.



Russia needs to worry about their own Russification and that 90% of Russian lands is not Russian land !!!!!
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January 2nd, 2018, 12:33 am #4

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
They are already Turks.


Just another grik with too many c0cks to jump on.
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Joined: December 7th, 2012, 3:28 pm

January 2nd, 2018, 3:14 am #5

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
Turks baby.

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January 2nd, 2018, 4:43 am #6

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
Half occupied by China and russia. Crimean tatars are gone, uygurs are minorities in their own lands .... Turkey is the leader of Turkic people.
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Joined: December 7th, 2012, 3:28 pm

January 2nd, 2018, 5:21 am #7

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-te ... zerbaijan/

Russia is once again focusing on Azerbaijan’s attachment to Turkey and on its “Turkification” of the minority nationalities within its borders, something one advisor to the Kremlin says is a threat to stability in the region and to the interests of Russia and Iran (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 6). The warnings come amidst Russian concerns about the opening of the Baku–Tbilisi–Kars (BTK) railway, which will allow Chinese and Central Asian goods to reach Europe while bypassing Russia (Turan Today, November 23; Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, November 1; see EDM, October 16), as well as anger that Azerbaijan has become the first post-Soviet government to reject a Moscow-nominated ambassador to its capital (Ekonomicheskiye Izvestia, December 12; see EDM, December 5).

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Good! The disease of Turkishness must be stopped at all costs and ethnic diversity must be protected. It seems Turks are gonna get pimp-slapped geo-strategically by the Moscow and Tehran tag-team in Azerbaijan just like in Syria! In Tehran and Moscow they play 3d chess, while in Ankara the political amateurs play Candy Land screaming at foreign leaders and powerful countries just so AKP can win votes from ultra-nationalist, hateful, orc like Turks.

Also btw, Moscow could always cancel the S-400 contract for all the anti-Russian actions that miserable Ankara commits in Syria, the Mideast, the Caucasus, Central Asia.
by 1919 only the interior of Anatolia was an independent entity. From the looks of it, things have dramatically improved for the Turkic people as a whole.

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