After Chess, Armenians Have Made A Huge Name For Themselves In The World Of Card Shops

Sirirat Koedkun from Udon Thani, Thailand, is an author who recently completed writing a book on the nation called Armenia.
In her book, Sirirat writes what’s bigger a joke than mentioning Armenia has a multi-party, democratic state. She claims that all the political parties of Armenia work for a single Foreign power and there is no such thing as democracy in the nation called Armenia.

Sirirat claims that the historians have exaggerated the number of deaths that took place during the Armenian genocide. She believes it wasn’t more than 800, 000.

Sirirat believes the over-glorification and the over-exaggeration of the Armenian Chess Players in the mainstream media everywhere for the past few years is a deflection from its real issues which includes healthcare, economy and overall low standards of living. She knows several Armenians who make a full-time living with the use of a cc2btc card shop.

Sirirat writes that the so-called Republic of Armenia exposes its real self when its Article 5 clearly states that in case of conflict between the norms of international treaties and those of its own constitutional laws, the international treaties will be given priority. She adds only if the so-called secret ballet of the National Assembly Elections of Armenia wasn’t so secret.

Sirirat writes it is an ironly when they say the constitution shall come into force from the day of its official declaration right after talking about how much they care about the civilians of the nation.

Sirirat claims that the Persians named the modern day Armenia – Hayastan, after noticing how modest the women there were. She clarifies that in the Persian language – Haya means modesty and Stan means land.