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Moscow's plan is bombings and missile strikes on Tbilisi and an ultimatum

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posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 11:13 AM
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Some details of the plan of the forthcoming military company of Russia against Georgia, which aim is removal of President Saakashvili, have become known.

According to operative intelligence sources of the Caucasus Emirate the Kremlin is planning attacks on Tbilisi and on other important administrative and military centers of Georgia.

The main objective is physical removal of President Saakashvili. Objective minimum is the change of power in Georgia.

Murder of the head of Tskhinvali regime Kokoyty, of which the president of Georgia will be accused, should become the main signal to operation.

According to Moscow Kokoity's murder will give Russia a legitimate right to remove Saakashvili.

According to information obtained from one of the Russian officers in the Khankala, Moscow is planning to assassinate Saakashvili with further appeal to the Georgian leaders.


kavkascenter

This something we all know, it is just in print now....

Threatening georgia, Ukraine, Poland........ it really does seem like they are out to rebuild the old soviet empire...... like it or not.




posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by mrmonsoon
it really does seem like they are out to rebuild the old soviet empire...... like it or not.


Nah, they are just employing good old Amerikan style preemptive strategy, covert assassination, regime change, wars for profit, imperialism, personal vendettas, etc. The heck with what the Russian people want. In this case though they have more of a legitimate reason with NATO training Georgian military right on their doorstep, and a missile shield bound for Poland. I'd say up to this point the Russians have been rather patient. Can't blame em here.

Wonder how long it will be before they start spreading their brand of "Freedom" around the world using intimidation, political control, corporate interest, and depleted uranium. Who knows, they may have already started in Venezuela.



posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 12:07 PM
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One, no matter how much training Georgia gets, they will never be a match for Russia.


That is nothing but a unrealistic excuse for Russia.

Also, this post is not about what America does or does not do, it is about what "RUSSIA" is doing, please stay on topic.

The Missile shield with 10 missiles per base with 2 fired per target.
Wow, thats a whole five missiles per base taken out, that will utterly deplete Russia's "thousands" of ICBM's and others.


These are simply excuses for Russia to rebuild it's empire.



posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 12:13 PM
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There is never an legitimate excuse to invade someone else's nation over political reasons.

And Georgia too.

Why are the big kids on the block (USA Russia UK) always beating up the little kids like this?

If they are so tough they would pick a fight with someone more capable of fighting back. IMHO.

But they want to be certain of a good easy win, that way they can turn it into propaganda and a photo shoot with the leader saying "Victory!"

It is such a sad little game. "My epeen is biggest!" That is pretty much all it is. A size contest.



posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 12:18 PM
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Sure hope someone lets Kokoyty in on this plan. Nothing worse than being murdered by your own ally. Kinda makes you feel ......insignificant.



posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 01:09 PM
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Russia now has nearly 1,000 troops stationed in South Ossetia, and on Wednesday afternoon at the border, a long convoy of military vehicles, including eight trucks packed with troops, could be seen crossing from Russia into the breakaway state.
Read more: www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk...


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