Let Two Thugs Settle Their Differences

Garbis Korajian, Vancouver, 14 February 2015

The apparent declaration of war between President Serzh Sargsyan and the head of the strongest criminal organization, Gagik Tsarukyan (Dodi Gago) has nothing to do with their concern for the people of Armenia, democracy, or for that matter the well being of the country.

Tsarukyan Mansion

In the last 20 years these two thugs were closely associated in robbing the Armenian people so as to enrich themselves. As a result, they have amassed billions of dollars in stolen wealth and guaranteed an extremely comfortable lifestyle to their clans while the people live in abject poverty and despair.

Garbis Korajian, Vancouver, 14 February 2015

The apparent declaration of war between President Serzh Sargsyan and the head of the strongest criminal organization, Gagik Tsarukyan (Dodi Gago) has nothing to do with their concern for the people of Armenia, democracy, or for that matter the well being of the country.

Tsarukyan Mansion

In the last 20 years these two thugs were closely associated in robbing the Armenian people so as to enrich themselves. As a result, they have amassed billions of dollars in stolen wealth and guaranteed an extremely comfortable lifestyle to their clans while the people live in abject poverty and despair.

The core reason of their fight is their self-aggrandizing project. Now that they have robbed the country of its last dram, they are skirmishing so as to rob from each other. As the common saying goes, “Thieves never fight among themselves when they rob; they only fight when it's time to divide the booty.”

As is often the case with law enforcers, when two thugs fight, the police stay on the sideline. This is what the Armenian people or the political parties have to do. Let these two thugs settle their differences alone, without outside interference. At the end, the winner will take it all and rule the country for some time to come as a dictator. However, the winner’s demise will follow as justice eventually prevails in Armenia.

Out of this ugly and dirty war, Armenians will be able to elect decent leaders who will care and work for the betterment of the people. Finally, Armenia will emerge as a free and democratic country, something it has been denied since independence. This is the best gift Armenia can receive on the year of our Genocide Centennial.

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