- September 28, 2009
Last edited by a moderator:
sure! i'd love to see hungary and montenegro back, knowing that one withdrew because of a nq (bohohohoho poor girl) and the other withdrew in order to buy off some cars...Well, not if they're still in a bad situation, I mean they withdraw now don't they? But there are some countries that are, let's say, "more important" to Armenia.
Cars? What did I miss?
Well, if Russia wins I think they could be back to support their puppet master.
I could also see them back if France or Georgia wins, but then again it depends on the situation. I hope for them that it de-escalates but who knows
I resent the wording of this message. “Puppet master” is not exactly the term used for that relationship when it’s primarily about defending ourselves from hostile neighbours.
in any case, the HOD says on his Instagram that we’ll be back next year.
Without leading to political arguments and conspiracy theories , Armenia's non-participation is certainly due to the harsh situation of the pandemic (even Sanremo this year is in crisis). ESC 2021 is not a priority for Armenia and must be respected. A one-year stop will allow their internal commission to find winning songs. It is true that you can find a song in 48 hours but paying to participate in the ESC and risk not entering the final is not pleasant at all. I'm only sorry for the Armenian spectators who dreamed of seeing their representative sing. Come on Armenia! You will come back strong in 2022!
Am I too uneducated on the topic or is is just lazy/embarassing to claim that Armenia can't take part because of lack of time to find an entry? Mam it would take you 48h
We are all experiencing difficulties, it is true. However, everyone chooses what to give more importance to. If participation is caused by their current political climate, I don't think we have to judge them. When they return in 2022 we will be ready to hug them again.The whole world (more or less) has a "harsh situation" due to the pandemic, certainly the pandemic doesn't help but it's no conspiracy theory that the reason they withdraw is because of ongoing political turmoil rather than the pandemic alone.
But I do agree and hope they are coming back stronger and better next year.
We are all experiencing difficulties, it is true. However, everyone chooses what to give more importance to. If participation is caused by their current political climate, I don't think we have to judge them. When they return in 2022 we will be ready to hug them again.