Sargsyan: We are not afraid of killers, but a greater disgrace for t

Mediamax, Armenia
Sept 2 2012

Armenian President: `We are not afraid of killers, but a greater
disgrace for the European justice is hardly to be imagined’

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan said that “we are not afraid of
killers even if they are patronized by the top official’.

President said this in his address on the occasion of the NKR Independence Day.

`In 1991, when the people of Artsakh were making their historic
decision, we told Azerbaijan that the Armenians must not be
underestimated. Our words fell on deaf ears. We said that we didn’t
want war but we were ready and would fight. And again our words fell
on deaf ears. We said that we were not afraid of maniacs, sadists and
murderers, that we had already seen that. Once again our words fell on
deaf ears. And they unleashed war which had one clear-cut goal -to
wipe the Armenians out from the territory of Artsakh, or at least to
expel them. The program of ethnic cleansing failed, as will fail every
new one.

Today, we state the same: the Armenians must not be underestimated; we
don’t want a war, but if we have to, we will fight and win; we are not
afraid of murderers even of those enjoy the highest patronage. And
again our words fall on deaf ears. Well, they have been warned.

Recently, we have witnessed a morbid episode. The one who killed with
an axe a sleeping Armenian officer was set free. We expect the
response of the international structures as well as of the Minsk Group
Co-Chairs on this. However regardless of the response, on behalf of
the people of Artsakh and the entire Armenian nation, I would like to
pose a question – after what has happened, is there a living soul on
this planet who will advise the people of Artsakh to become part of
Azerbaijan, a country where illicit orders set free and publicly
glorify every bastard which kills people only because they are
Armenians?’, Armenian President said.

`A greater disgrace for the European justice is hardly to be imagined,
particularly for Armenia and Artsakh, because it was looked upon for
guidelines, but now we have seen another face of it’, Serzh Sargsyan
noted.

`Unfortunately the history of Artsakh has never been short of the
invaders and brigands. We know that, we also know how to send them
right where they belong – to the cesspit of history. We have been
doing it regularly, and if needed, will do it again’, President
stressed.

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