""Foreign gods" rule Armenia," said Ashot Manucharyan during a press conference today. According to him, all "foreign gods" have one name, and that is money.
"We Armenians are "wandering in the deserts" because those "foreign gods" want us to do that," said the member of the "Karabakh" Committee.
According to him, the "foreign gods" are the political value systems outside of Armenia, that is, the Russian or Anglo-American systems. Manucharyan says the Russian "gods" have chosen Prosperous Armenia Party (BHK) in Armenia and they will determine whether the BHK will have a presidential candidate or not.
"The BHK will nominate its own candidate," says Manucharyan.
For instance, Ashot Manucharyan sees Serzh Sargsyan and Levon Ter-Petrosyan under the dominance of the Anglo-American "gods".
"Nothing will really change in Armenia, if Serzh Sargsyan or anyone else becomes president," says Manucharyan.
Who are the "gods" that the Armenian people and the authorities must follow? Manucharyan doesn't prefer to mention names, but can say what Serzh Sargsyan has to read to govern Armenia in a reasonable way.
"He has to listen to Komitas's music and read Narekatsi's books."
Manucharyan also suggests that Serzh Sargsyan, who wants to become president for the second time, read Christian books. "I have seen Sargsyan in church on television. I can suggest he read Karen Yervandyan's book "Second Coming of Christ"."