>freedoms you have in America that you dont have in Russia
>Personal freedom to have dissenting views of the government, personal freedom to be homo or bi or transsexual, personal freedom's to protest.
There's a practical difference between freedom of expression and a freedom to throw shit at people. Your personal freedom is to do whatever you want as long as that does not concern freedom of other people. There's no freedom to reform social structure against will of it's citizens, impose reforms lobbied by corporations, destroy educational system - the same way it is illegal to destroy parliament, shoot at cities with artillery, bribe officials and finance terrorist organizations.
In US and other countries, closely related and controlled by them and their financial institutes(practically the most of the world considered as civilized) these "freedoms" aren't just rights of people, but a well-organized and financed activities that are praised as indication of developed society, supported by the governments, foreign foundations and private organizations. These are the people who want to overtake other countries by their rules and laws, no more or less.
>Azerbaijanis will return to their historical lands, including Yerevan. There can be no doubt of it
>We should take concrete steps toward the inadmissibility of the "status quo" in the in conflict zones. The OSCE and its Parliamentary Assembly should take urgent steps to end the torture of the millions of people displaced from their lands as a result of the conflicts
The next "revolution" in Armenia, if happen, will not only bring a social unrest, but will cause a lot of economical losses, loss of land, property and population as the result of being overrun of US allies in the region. And of course with thousands of casualties.
But supporters do not give a fuck. Security for the US interests mean only security for US and nobody else.