THE THINKING OF FUTURE
WE REVEAL ALL THE SECRETS OF WORLD POLITICS

Nikol Pashinyan's lies in the UN: slave thinking and infantile political illogicality

You are here: Main page »» Politics »»
 0 comment Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print
5039
Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print

Baku, 2 October 2019 – Newtimes.az

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan was among those who addressed the 74thSession of the UN General Assembly. His speech was of an extremely poor standard and had little value. But Pashinyan used the UN tribune to try to deceive the international community. An analysis of his speech reveals that the fact that Pashinyan repeatedly makes similar statements reflect his moral, political and psychological abnormalities. The Armenian Prime Minister is not tired of repeating the same things to people – the things that be believes to be true, but in fact are ridiculous. Pashinyan`s speech at the UN General Assembly was completely illogical. This article will provide an insight into what he said in New York in the context of the aforementioned.

Liar`s short memory: Pashinyan contradicting himself

A liar does not need a special place to tell his lies. He is doing it everywhere because it`s the only way for him to assert himself. Those who listened to Nikol Pashinyan`s speech at the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly could clearly see this from the Armenian Prime Minister`s facial expressions and maneuvers. He knew that he was deceiving the world, and this pressured him into looking silly and illogical. However hard he tried, he failed to hide his emotions.

The head of the Armenian government, "the founding father" of velvet revolutions had to lie so craftily so that the world believes in what this vagabond says and not in what they see. For example, Pashinyan said from the high UN tribune that the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan was not a territorial conflict, but a matter of the protection of human rights. It can simply be described as "the Armenian logic".

The whole world sees that the Armenian armed forces are now stationed in Nagorno-Karabakh and they do not allow Azerbaijanis enter their homes. Two Azerbaijanis were captured as they tried to visit the graves of their fathers. Not to mention how the Armenian armed groups appeared in Azerbaijan helped directly by their patrons abroad. Khojaly genocide was a "masterpiece" of their "struggle for human rights". Commenting on Khojaly events, former Armenian President Levon Ter-Petrosyan said "war is war", in fact, admitting the act of genocide. Serzh Sargsyan went further to say: "We proved to the world that we can kill peaceful people." This means that the killing of peaceful Azerbaijanis was a deliberately planned action, part of a purposeful state policy. In international law it is called genocide.

But Pashinyan thinks that others also have short memory like he does. His memory is short because he is a liar. If people take an honest approach to developments, then their memory is quite long. Interestingly, no one from the UN told Pashinyan that he was lying. They just remained indifferent to show that there are aware of the truth.

So his attempts to accuse the Azerbaijani leadership are ridiculous and absurd. In fact, Pashinyan even failed to chart the way he would present the situation. Claims such as human rights and people`s right to self-determination raise a question: And what about Azerbaijanis living there? Don`t they have the right to self-determination? Don`t they have human rights? Armenians can falsify history to claim that they had lived there from ancient times or blame the communist regime, which created a so-called Armenian state, but one question will always be asked: What about the rights of Azerbaijanis living there? Millions of pashinyans have been helpless against this question throughout history and will always be.

Avoiding justice: the price of anti-Azerbaijani campaign

The Azerbaijani leadership is pursuing the most democratic, humane policy in the region in compliance with international law. The answer is simple: for years Armenians have been refusing to withdraw from the occupied lands, while Baku has been showing patience, inviting mediators to take action and urging peaceful settlement of the conflict. Azerbaijan has remained committed to this position. Now Baku is patient about Pashinyan`s delusions at the UN General Assembly session, and tells the world – through diplomatic means – that there are no alternatives to ensuring territorial integrity.

Pashinyan is thrown into confusion regarding the Turkish issue too. The Armenian Prime Minister`s helplessness casts shadow on his abilities as a politician. Pashinyan says that Turkey must recognize genocide that "was committed" 104 years ago, that Khojaly genocide must not affect its relationship with Armenia, that Ankara must unconditionally open its borders with Yerevan and must not defend Azerbaijan. Would a normal human being say such things? Would a major power as Turkey be persuaded by the prime minister of this satellite state to ignore the truth? Would Ankara recognize the events that happened 104 years ago, resulting in the killing of tens of millions of Muslims, as the genocide of Armenians?

From the UN tribune, Pashinyan proved himself to be a falsifier of history and a man unaware of geopolitics in general. The Armenian Prime Minister called Russia "our key strategic ally", describing Georgia and Iran as "our strategic neighbors". "We enjoy a strategic agenda and partnership with the United Stated, European Union and its member states,” he said. From a geopolitical point of view, these are nothing but primitive, senseless and ridiculous claims. Concepts such as a "strategic ally" and a "strategic partner" have different meanings. Strategic alliance does not have a "key” or a "lock”. Any attempt to add any new meaning to this concept shows a biased approach of the one who wants to do it. So Pashinyan has slave thinking. Afraid of Russia, he calls it a "key strategic ally”, while refers to Iran, with which he once had very close relations, just as a ''strategic neighbor''. For him, neighborhood is different. So obviously Armenia does not have any neighbors and Iran and Georgia may become its neighbors in a strategic prospect. It is an absurd position born out of fear.

Afraid of America, Israel and Europe, Pashinyan cannot call Iran a neighbor or an ally. He is waiting for the West to destroy Iran and form a new pro-Western government there. Only then he will call Iran a ''neighbor''. It`s the sole thinking behind Pashinyan`s ''strategic neighbor'' treatment of Iran. And the same is with Georgia. For Pashinyan, Tbilisi is not yet a true neighbor unless it gives Javakhetiya to Armenia and settles its problems with Russia.

Neighbor is someone who lives near you. For countries, neighbors are other countries that share the same border with them or live in the same region. So what strategy can you talk about here? Neighborhood policy is completely different story. But a ''strategic neighbor'' is an absurd concept. Pashinyan would better openly say ''we can co-exist with Iran and Georgia in the future, but Azerbaijan and Turkey should be destroyed''. But a question arises here: "Why should a vassal Armenia exist? Why should Azerbaijan continue keeping this quasi-state in its neighborhood?

Armenians think that everything in this world should serve their absurd political ideology where those who agree are true human beings, while those who do not are "violators of the rights of Armenians''. What a narcissistic and selfish approach!

If it was not for major powers` support, Pashinyan would have never come to power, Armenia would have never existed and occupied Azerbaijan`s lands. But the path of a liar is short. The end of Armenian lies is approaching. The time will come when humanity will thank Azerbaijan for saving the entire world from Armenian lies.

Newtimes.az

Related articles

Azərbaycanın xarici ölkələrdəki diplomatik nümayəndəlikləri twitterdə

↳Yeni layihə

Foreign press

When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous
25 March 2019 The Washington Times

When a new energy revolution makes the Russians nervous

Upon arrival in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, the first thing you notice is the boomtown feel.

More...
Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire
24 September 2018 The Hill

Trade war set to be the United States' next foreign policy quagmire

History is littered with real wars, like those in Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam, that were supposed to be won quickly and cheaply but turned out to be the most expensive and inconclusive of quagmires.

More...