Ask anyone in the Caucasus region, and they
will tell you never to trust a Georgian because they would
shake your hand with a smile and then stab you in the back. On
Friday morning, we saw a perfect example of this treachery,
when hours after declaring a ceasefire, Georgian military
units launched a savage attack on the civilians of South
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Hours after Georgia President Mikhail
Saakashvili, the pro-western Washington-backed anti-democratic
stooge (attacks on opposition policians in Georgia are rife)
declared a unilateral ceasefire, the Georgian army lanched a
savage attack on the capital of the province of South Ossetia,
Tskhinvali, with tanks and infantry, while the air force
bombed a village and strafed a Russian humanitarian aid
According to South Ossetian government
sources, there were many civilian casualties in the city of
Tskhinvali, a large part of which was destroyed. The
Parliament house has burned down and several buildings are on
fire. Apart from this, Georgian Su-25 Frogfoot aircraft
strafed civilians in the village of Kvernet and attacked a
Russian humanitarian aid convoy.
Yet where is the criticism of the West
against this blatant act of war crimes perpetrated by the
criminal and murderous regime of failed lawyer Saakashvili?
While the Russian Foreign Ministry has been issuing daily
reports about the escalating tension in the area, and while
Moscow has bent over backwards to find a peaceful and mutually
acceptable solution, the Western media have consistently
ignored the story while Georgia has consistently snubbed all
efforts towards peace, while carrying out cowardly underhanded
and treacherous attacks such as we have seen today.
Then when there is a retaliation, Tblisi goes
whining like a cry-baby to the UN Security Council, playing
the victim. The question remains, what is behind Tblisis
policy? Is it the USA, launching a war by proxy against
Russia, using its puppet in the area to start a full-scale
confrontation? What does Washington hope to gain with such a
policy? Is this Custers last stand, as the Bush-Cheney regime
flushes down the sewer where it belongs, a last-gasp attempt
at world domination by provoking the only country capable of
standing up to Washingtons imperialist plans?
The position of the Russian Federation has
been consistent, clear and as usual, by the book of diplomacy.
Mocow has worked tirelessly behind the scenes, convening peace
councils, trying to mediate between the two sides, always
respecting both positions and constantly stressing the need to
find a solution which satisfies Tblisi as well as Tskhinvali.
The Foreign Ministry has been careful to inform all media
outlets of what has been going on and of the growing
escalation in the region.
It seems that nothing changes. The West
remained silent, as if nothing was happening then when Georgia
gets a hiding, suddenly become interested, but fail to report
who started the conflict. It seems that nothing changes.
Georgia declares a ceasefire one minute and within hours
commits war crimes in savage attacks against civilians.
It seems that nothing changes. Georgias most
infamous exports are its undrinkable wines and disgusting,
low-quality dangerous food products while its most famous
export was Josef Stalin. Maybe he should have stayed at home
and concentrated more of his efforts there.
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