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Russia moves troops closer to Georgia

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posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 07:33 AM
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Hello,

If im not mistaken, are trying to inform us that Russia is exercising its muscle ? , or are you trying to inform us that NATO is provoking a new conflict ?

Either way, the Georgian based so called democratically elected government was financed by the c)i*a. This has been well established, you would only need to review the campaigns that were aired and listened to and take note of which ad agency's handled the conditioning process.

That being said, when the world was shown a drone being shot down by RUS fighters over the conflict zone, no one went into the topic on who supplied the Georgian intelligence with a drone?. But wait, it only gets better. When the world was informed that Iran had drones, there was a mass posting through the internet on how evil Iran is.
Back to the Georgian topic, given the fact that the Georgian population was tricked in believing that U.S. or NATO would render aid when the counter attack from Russia was to begin, were lets say, they were left holding their testicles in there hands and told to run. It was obvious even to the lamest person that the volume of Russian forces that counter attacked was NOT expected by anyorganization or world committee. That being said, Georgia has two options on the table by both NATO and Russia.
As a few analysts have said off the record, their playing Russian roulette now

On a lighter note, how stupid would a leader of a country be in thinking that a Super Power would not counter attack or attack when its interests are being questioned by inferior nations. You only need to look at recent world politics which resulted in so called preemptive strikes.

Food for thought :
"There’s a well-accepted definition for preemptive war in international law," Joseph Cirincione, Director of the Non-Proliferation Project of the Carnegie Endowment, told me on the telephone last week. "Preemptive war is justified by an imminent threat of attack, a clear and present danger that the country in question is about to attack you. In such a case a preemptive attack is recognized as justifiable."




posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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op, i think nato have wanted to take all the russian satelitte countries by now, but russia has fought back. 10-15 years ago nato was winning easily, but today russia has made some ground up again in these countries, and they are totally right



posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:54 AM
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Has any independent source confirmed that Russian troops in South Ossetia and Abkhazia are on the move? I have serious reasons to doubt that there is any real mobilization by Russia taking place, besides beefing up security at border posts before NATO exercises.

All these recent news about Russia mobilizing near Georgia could well be fabricated - and the person it benefits the most is Saakashvili.



As for Georgia - massive protests against Saakashvili have restarted on Monday, and are planned to continue indefinitely. For some reason news of the protests suddenly all but disappeared from Western media. Could Saakashvili's government really be on the brink? Much of country has grinded to a halt because of the protests. If this continues for much longer, Georgia could face a major political crisis.



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