History evidences that Armenians are excellent thieves and bad warriors, popular Azerbaijani TV presenter and showman Kamran Hasanli said in an interview with Hamid Hamidov in the “Let’s talk?” show.
“They are thieves. They stole all our dishes and music. As a result, they became very similar to us. Because of this, we are probably the most similar nations,” he said, adding that the Armenians “always steal all the best things from us.”
According to him, being immigrants in Azerbaijani lands, the Armenians had no other choice but to steal Azerbaijani culture. At the same time, history shows that the Armenians do not know how to fight: “Which of them are warriors?! An insight into history would show that there is not a single Armenian commander. At the same time, two days will not be enough for you to list all the famous Turkic commanders.”
Kamran Hasanli also spoke about the development of culture in Azerbaijan and criticized the Congress of the Writers’ Union held in October.
“We don’t need such associations as the Congress of the Writers’ Union today – it’s all Soviet,” he said, noting that earlier art figures were free, and this was unprofitable for the communist regime, and therefore “honorary titles” were introduced, which should also not exist today.
During the interview, the Azerbaijani TV presenter and showman also shared his opinion on the current state of television, Turkic nationalism, music and cinema, the level of journalism and much more.