News tip: Russia ordered for a ceasefire.
Journalists die from bombings, journalist vehicles attacked in central square of Gori
Now on to my post.
I am surprised that no one cared to mention something like the following:
Since Georgia IS a puppet for US, that is undeniable, where was USA all this time when Georgia was preparing these events?
Some will say US was right there training Georgian troops.
Also US should have made a precise estimate of a situation where Georgia was to attack South Ossetia with full force. US should have been prepared to
stop Georgians having their asses handed back to them, because this is what really happened. Not to mention that 2000+ lives of South Ossetians would
have been spared in the process.
Clearly US sat on its ass doing absolutely nothing. Some will say that US was complicit too.
Are we to believe that US intelligence were so stupid that could not foretell what Georgia was about to do? Of course not! Unless US wanted this for
one way or another to happen! Unless there were the ones that gave the actual order, this explanation IMO seem much more logical..
Now we are in the after math where Georgia has literally committed suicide with their irresponsible actions.
If i was any member of the ex USSR now US allied countries in Caucasus I would not fear about Russia. but about the US. What if US with one way or
another is pushing the weak and undependable leaderships of those countries in to a total war against the Russians?
An idea that is worthy of examination IMO.
I also see increasing number of posts that "advise" that US should confront Russia.
Should I be at awe with the average American naivety displayed in these posts or not?
Who would think that an US Russian confrontation would be a piece of cake?
Imagine such an escalation that undeniably would drag every Caucasus/easter Europian central Europian nation in an this conflict, also imagine the
Balkan states drawn in this conflict. Now lets ponder, US with their diminishing economy would be how much of a market for China? The same goes for
roughly the rest of Europe and every involved non Europian country. How many think that China actually would stand still and watch while their profits
go down, with fuel prices reaching the sky and not make any moves to secure whatever resources and status it would have been left for them to secure?
We surely do not expect 1,5 billion people just stand and watch till hunger and poverty strike them down can we?
Anyone who wishes to re examine the "lets just invade easter Europe and kill the bad bear" option is free to do the math.
Read the following and see for yourself how effective the late US policies were even for a place US has stationed half their army:
US sends more arms to Georgia – Israeli media
The United States is sending fresh supplies of weapons to Georgia from its base in the Jordanian port of Aqabah. That’s according to the Israeli
newspaper – Maariv.
The paper says the US began flying weapons from the transport hub on Saturday.
According to Maariv, the US is hiring Russian-made freight planes belonging to UTI Worldwide Inc. to transport arms and ammunition to Georgia. The
paper says the Pentagon is redirecting supplies to Tbilisi that were earmarked for Iraq.
The Aqabah terminal is used by the US to supply troops in Iraq. The American military relies on the hub mainly because it’s safer to use Aqabah
than Iraq’s own ports in the Persian Gulf.
Georgia stocks a wide range of weapons from many sources. This is a strategic move in case Russia were to block off the channels through which it gets
its military supplies.
Even ports guarded by the US are not considered safe! What the hell have you been doing all those years in Iraq? Why are these ports still not
I believe that being a citizen in any of the ex USSR now pro US Caucasus countries should not be considered safe anymore. Hell I have evebn start to
believe that US allies in the Balkans are not safe too! Russia also wants a rollback for the Kosovo status, they are saying this left and right.
US you have let everybody down
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[edit on 12-8-2008 by spacebot]