A few items on the Azerbaijan/Turkish war on Armenia

1. Azerbaijan now attacking the capital city of Armenia

2. Azerbaijan using cluster munitions:

3. This video published by Turkey’s Haberturk was reportedly of an Armenian UAV being shot down by Azerbaijani air defenses. Instead, it is clearly an An-2 aircraft, presumably belonging to Azerbaijan. Was this an Azerbaijani friendly fire incident? 472/

4. Turkish marshal propaganda music video

(Lots of invocations of allah. C. explains to us that the Turkish term, “Mehmetçik” in the video is equivalent to the slang term, “Doughboy” or infantryman who fights in tough conditions.)

5. An Azerbaijani music video which seems more Western hard rock than Islamic or Eastern Europe.

(Personally I prefer the Eastern European video, Remove the Kabab. The original version was removed from YT because it was used by the NZ Mosque killer. But YT still has Helter Skelter up which was used by the Manson gang for some pretty vicious and brutal killings. Arguably the song itself was the inspiration for them if Manson is to be believed)

Thank you C., X.

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5 Replies to “A few items on the Azerbaijan/Turkish war on Armenia”

    • That wouldn’t surprise me in the least. A few Azeri’s dancing to that hard-rock tune on Tik-Tok, with some cute filter that draws Mickey Mouse ears on their heads. Meanwhile in the background pakistani mercs pillage and burn armenian houses.

      It’s the Hamidic slaughters and Armenian genocide all over again, with a postmodern pokemon/kawaii flavor this time.

  1. In WWII the entertainment industry published a lot of patriotic songs but the government on one side of the war publishing their Army singing!!

    This is a type of war I have never heard of before.

  2. 4 I forgot to mention that the line at 1:44 “How happy to those who say I am TURK” is an Ataturk quote (that every Turk knows). Very ironic they’d quote him in this song.
    Ataturk created Turkey, turkish identity and especially turkish nationalism simply by uttering that phrase. His ideology was staunchly secular, and he said things that would get you arrested in the UK nowadays. “I have no religion, and at times I wish all religions at the bottom of the sea” comes to mind, but his most famous quote is probably: “Islam, this absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin, is a rotting corpse which poisons our lives”.
    This song with all the bleating about Allah, unstoppable azan and martyrdom must have him rolling in his grave.
    He would also have been against this Azeri war: “Unless a nation’s life faces peril, war is murder”.

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