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The TV Show ‘Big Brother is Coming’ Will Fuel Turkey-Armenia Border Conflict, Turkish Actors Warn

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Volker Ullrich, the former German ambassador to the United States and the United Nations, listened solemnly on the air Sunday night. In each of his interviews before the interview with Mr. Ullrich, there were often warnings that the new TV drama “Big Brother is Coming,” was full of Turks and Armenians that threatened to lead to war. But Mr. Ullrich seemed to try to be patient with the script. “Big Brother is not going to solve the problem in this space,” he told the Turkish star for the first season. “But it creates the fear about it, it creates concern for it, it creates the conspiracy theories and the idea of a military solution to the problem. And that is probably the way the interest, the risk, the pressure, and the pressure for all sides is going to work.”

Turkish actor Babak Tafari stared into the camera as he broke his character’s silence, as his fellow Turks started to point fingers and he sighed, “Ah! Ah! Ah!”

“Azerbaijan, a small but vital country, is being pushed to the abyss,” Babak Tafari said. “In fact, it’s already come. The whole country is into civil war. It’s been — it already has been — a civil war for a long time. It’s begun — it already began. In fact, Azerbaijan’s elected government was caught in a military conflict. A civil war, which is going to become the Armenians are going to become, because of the strong military intervention by Azerbaijan, a fact. No further. No further.

“Azerbaijan is going to be threatened with the Russian — in fact, the Russians already protect the Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh. Now, where does the Baku [international airport] go? What are they going to do there? In fact, because of the Armenian military intervention from Azerbaijan, these civilian facilities are lost, the airport that was — is strategic. In the Azerbaijani position, what they do now — they have to make additional armed vehicles. They have to carry weapons. They have to defend themselves. So who will have the first military force? And what are they going to do? They’re going to violate human rights? All those people? Because they have to defend themselves and because of the military intervention? And who is going to be the one to react in this country? Who can complain? Who is going to get themselves recognized?”

Click the rest of the story at AzerTag.

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