George H. W. Bush Death, Legacy? how the Kurd and Kuwait become a launching pad for the destruction of Iraq and Iran watch Wally Sarkeesian go through some of the facts
Hollywood: Watch the Legend Serj Tankian Singer and Song-Writer introducing the Armenian Culture through the coffee “KAVAT” an event hold North Hollywood Interview by Wally Sarkeesian, hundreds and hundreds of people young and old line up to see and test the Kovat coffee.
Wally Sarkeesian with Armenian Legend Serj Tankian Singer and Song-Writer introducing the Armenian Culture through the coffee “KAVAT”. it was incredible seen hundreds and hundreds of people line up to see Serj Tankian and test the coffee, Thanks to George, Tankian manager for arranging the interview…
By Wally Sarkeesian
Meet Varak Kaloustian
the author The Legend of V series
We meet Varak Kaloustian and the family at 21st Arpa International Film Festival 2018. Incredible young man.
At 15 years old, Kaloustian published and debuted his book earlier this year to a warm reception. The story — concerning the protagonist, simply named V, and a group of characters, who take a supernatural journey through archeology and science-fiction mysteries – has proven popular enough to instigate demands from readers for a sequel.
“The Legend of V: The Solar System’s Prophesies,” by Varak Kaloustian, is a captivating cavalcade of adventure, humor and science-fiction written by a promising teenage author in what should be considered a sign of many good things to come.
A sophomore-to-be at Notre Dame High School in Los Angeles, Kaloustian, says the idea for writing his book stemmed from a school assignment in sixth grade.
Varak Kaloustian is eighteen years old in his freshman year of college. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his mom, dad, and two brothers. He likes to play basketball, travel, and spend time with his friends and family. He currently has two published novels: “The Solar System’s Prophecies” and “Triangle Corruption”. Both are a part of a series called “The Legend of V”.
It is time for establishing a new organization for “Boycott Turkish Product” in conjunction with all Victims of Turkish crime against humanity
Greek, Bulgarian, Armenian, Cyprus, Assyrian, Arab, Kurd
Partition Turkey Together
But first Armenian must clean up it house, by exposing Armenian shops that sell Turkish product and the Armenians that shimfully fly Turkish Airline.
www.gagrule.net will publish weekly the names and the pictures of the shops and the organization that sell and cooperate with Turkish product if and when we receive from the Armenian communities from around the world photos. time Armenian put there money where their mouth is.
Armenian Girl’s pushing woman’s right to the max, From Wally Sarkeesian Travel Book: Meet Lorik Hartunian the incredible woman and the CEO of the “GOALS” Girls of Armenia leadership Soccer, in just two years she organizes Girls of Armenia leadership Soccer organization and expanding to other regions of Armenia, now close to 400 players and growing. Gagrulelive we were happy to cover the event in Armavir, Armenia. Way to go girls..
By Wally Sarkeesian report from downtown Yerevan
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has visited Yerevan’s Republic Square to celebrate Independence Day with the people.
Citizens were taking selfies with the Prime Minister as he was walking in the square.
Numerous events are taking place in downtown Yerevan on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of Armenian independence.
Events include concerts, exhibitions, painting events and others.
By Harut Sassounian,
In a compilation of what TIME calls crusaders who are keeping the dream of democracy alive, the magazine has spoken with four people, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who have fought to defend democracy in their countries, about what inspired them and what it takes.
An opposition politician, Pashinyan led the protests that toppled then Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan in April and shortly after became the nation’s leader.
“It was love for my people that forced me to get out of my comfortable office as head of a parliamentary faction and spend about 20 nights in the woods, the streets, in a tent, in protest at the government led by Serzh Sargsyan,” Pashinyan said.
“I had no personal motivations. All I wanted was to win freedom and happiness for my homeland and people. I said that if citizens took to the streets in the hundreds of thousands and power did not change, I would no longer engage in political activities. From the very first day, we kept saying we would not resort to violence against anyone, even if we were met with brutality. From the podium, I said we would be guided by a biblical verse: if someone slaps you on the right cheek, let him slap your left cheek too. We knew we would never retreat.”
Now that people have triumphed, Pashinyan said he will honor his commitment to ensure that their victory lasts.
“I am convinced that we will move forward in building democracy, fighting corruption, establishing an independent judiciary and rule of law, and protecting human rights and economic competition,” he said.
“For us, democracy is not a component of regional interests or foreign-policy orientation but a reflection of values and convictions. I believe Armenia will be one of the world’s strongest democracies.”
The three other “crusaders” are Human Rights Defender Farida Nabourema from Togo, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Ouided Bouchamaoui from Tunisia, and opposition leader Enrieth Martínez from Nicaragua.