Baku: Turkey Starts Collecting Signatures For Shutdown Of Metsamor Npp

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TURKEY STARTS COLLECTING SIGNATURES FOR SHUTDOWN OF METSAMOR NPP Trend Nov 2 2012 Azerbaijan A campaign to collect signatures for a petition demanding the closure of the Metsamor nuclear power plant in Armenia started in the Turkish city of Igdir The plant has been operating for more than 40 years and is a threat to security in the region, Polis ... (more)

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mike

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Nov 3, 2012
Siktir Pezzevengs.!!

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#2 Nov 4, 2012
What are we waiting for...We have to do preventive strikes at those zionist bastards,the liarmenians..
BMW

Santee, CA

#3 Nov 4, 2012
Are these Turks serious?
Nooooo....I think they are out of their mind!
THE CANNONBALLER

Northampton, UK

#4 Nov 4, 2012
mike wrote:
Siktir Pezzevengs.!!
Siktir tabii..ne zannettin ufledigini ;ermenu dudugu mu!
BMW

Santee, CA

#6 Nov 4, 2012
THE CANNONBALLER wrote:
<quoted text>
Siktir tabii..ne zannettin ufledigini ;ermenu dudugu mu!
If Turkey is so great, what are you doing in UK?
RC Cola

Geneve, Switzerland

#7 Nov 5, 2012
If turks try another genocide, Armenia will nuke you! Nuclear technology is our guaranty against turkic barbarism and to provide energy at the same time.
Mary Joe

Beirut, Lebanon

#8 Nov 5, 2012
For forty years medzamor was none of our neigbours business and after forty years it's up to our ministers to decide whether they have to shut it down or leave the medzamor plant to continue it's duty.
Mary Joe

Beirut, Lebanon

#9 Nov 5, 2012
I mean Armenia's ministers and the authorities who are apsolutely capable of managing this kind of plant.

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#10 Nov 5, 2012
Mary Joe wrote:
I mean Armenia's ministers and the authorities who are apsolutely capable of managing this kind of plant.
dear person, it is acknowledged by the whole world that this plant is a high risk plant, if it malfunctiones the areas surrounding the plant will be uninhabitable, what little land AR has will be radioactive, so why u defending this plant??? It is against all common sense, u willing cut off ur nose to spite ur face, congrats.
GrPa

PuruŠndiro, Mexico

#11 Nov 5, 2012
Nuclear Energy has great dangers, but living next to Genocide Denialist Turks projects a greater danger for Armenia.
Let the Ruling Turks make realistic reparations to Armenia, then Nuclear energy might not be needed.
Thanksgiving

Burbank, CA

#12 Nov 5, 2012
If those signatures are collected, it will not have any legal status, because signatures of animals are not lawful or valid.

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#13 Nov 5, 2012
Thanksgiving wrote:
If those signatures are collected, it will not have any legal status, because signatures of animals are not lawful or valid.
animals r better beings than ur kind in every possible way, for example cats bury their feces, u should bury urself rather than being a walking pile of feces.
BMW

San Diego, CA

#14 Nov 5, 2012
I can see the reason why Turks are so unhappy. They donít have a single nuclear generator, and Armenia, a much smaller country happens to be a member of the nuclear club! Too bad.
THE CANNONBALLER

Northampton, UK

#15 Nov 15, 2012
RC Cola wrote:
If turks try another genocide, Armenia will nuke you! Nuclear technology is our guaranty against turkic barbarism and to provide energy at the same time.
Turks never tried any genocide of any ethnicities anywhere in the world..
the figment of your imagination even extends to a 60s technology of russian -built, leaky facility (since russians are not exactly safety -conscious if chernobly is anything to go by))which shall be at the end of its life,your undoing ,not us..so keep delusions at a premium!
THE CANNONBALLER

Northampton, UK

#16 Nov 15, 2012
BMW wrote:
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If Turkey is so great, what are you doing in UK?
I like travelling,just like you.
THE CANNONBALLER

Northampton, UK

#17 Nov 15, 2012
BMW wrote:
I can see the reason why Turks are so unhappy. They donít have a single nuclear generator, and Armenia, a much smaller country happens to be a member of the nuclear club! Too bad.
the reason was one of safe energy as nuclear waste is still a problem
and even today nobody really knows how to dispose of that yet diminishing of other resources has made having nuclear energy a must steering the whole world towards nuclear,so TR has 4 nuke facilities already planned and constructions of those soon to start.
Also just for your info having a nuke facility doesn`t give you the bomb which A-Bombs has been in TR since the 50s -just 87 of them so far !-so Armenia as a Threat to Turkey is like the armenian duduk;plenty of noise not much substance...
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#18 Nov 15, 2012
Hey Canineballer Ali
you are talking like a true IT remnant again.
BMW

Santee, CA

#19 Nov 15, 2012
THE CANNONBALLER wrote:
<quoted text>
the reason was one of safe energy as nuclear waste is still a problem
and even today nobody really knows how to dispose of that yet diminishing of other resources has made having nuclear energy a must steering the whole world towards nuclear,so TR has 4 nuke facilities already planned and constructions of those soon to start.
Also just for your info having a nuke facility doesn`t give you the bomb which A-Bombs has been in TR since the 50s -just 87 of them so far !-so Armenia as a Threat to Turkey is like the armenian duduk;plenty of noise not much substance...
Hahahaha.....those A-bombs inside Turkey belongs to the United States of America, so wipe that smile off your face, and stop celebrating for no good reason!

“truth hurts”

Since: Aug 09

NOVA

#20 Nov 16, 2012
Dander wrote:
Hey Canineballer Ali
you are talking like a true IT remnant again.
here we go again, the broken record never stops.
mike

United States

#21 Nov 17, 2012
THE CANNONBALLER wrote:
<quoted text>
Siktir tabii..ne zannettin ufledigini ;ermenu dudugu mu!
ali turkoglu, Turkey has lost the 10 million solar battery deal which Armenia sold to Russia, India, Persia and China.

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