Uzogh has an interestingly skeptical viewpoint on the recent political demonstrations and events held in Yerevan, hinting, that their hopes for becoming the Armenian version of Kmara (civic resistance movement in the republic of Georgia which undermined the government of then president of Georgia, Eduard Shevardnadze) will fail. The blogger writes:
I have always been amazed by the yearning of people to protest on the street. Everyone knows, that demonstrations, in their essence, are pointless when it comes to fighting evil […] demonstrations, rallies, protests and all those sorts of things organized by the politically marginal groups have but one aim – to show off.[…] You can spend your time finding euphemisms for naming the process of gathering protesting youth – calling all that as Alternative, Barekendan, defence of Shirayr Sefilyan’s rights and fight for preserving architectural monuments. However, they will never become anything more then “representatives of various non-governmental organizations”.