THE BIG LIE OF THE WESTERN MEDIA ON THE GEORGIAN ATTACK ON OSSETIA

by Felix Quigley

August 24, 2008

The big issue in the world today is the same as it was 2 weeks ago. When in the early hours of August 8, 2008 the Georgian military, closely aligned with the US Government, and with a significant Israeli imput attacked South Ossetia and especially its capital city Tskhinvali (really a large town) – what did happen?

This is the issue which has been covered over in the most remorseless fashion by the Media in the whole of the West.

So all of the 8th, all of the 9th, and only then did the Russian troops arrive in the outskirts of Tskhinvali. This is the most vital question, to understand what happened during this time. What were the true intentions of the Americans because they surely were involved. Please dismiss from your mind the idea that Saakashvili moved against South Ossetia because he is impulsive etc! And were there really Israelis involved in this attack? Those are the questions an awful lot of people are trying to hide.

The following website has done some work on this issue. Continue reading

ANSWER TO STRATFOR…WE ARE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WARS AGAINST RUSSIA AND CHINA

by Felix Quigley

August 17, 2008

This is the report from Stratfor

The Russian Georgian War and the Balance of Power

http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/russo_georgian_war_and_balance_power


 

By George Friedman

The Russian invasion of Georgia has not changed the balance of power in Eurasia. It simply announced that the balance of power had already shifted. The United States has been absorbed in its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as potential conflict with Iran and a destabilizing situation in Pakistan. It has no strategic ground forces in reserve and is in no position to intervene on the Russian periphery. This, as we have argued, has opened a window of opportunity for the Russians to reassert their influence in the former Soviet sphere. Moscow did not have to concern itself with the potential response of the United States or Europe; hence, the invasion did not shift the balance of power. The balance of power had already shifted, and it was up to the Russians when to make this public. They did that Aug. 8.

Let’s begin simply by reviewing the last few days. Continue reading

SAAKASHVILI WAS A CIA STOOGE LEADER IN WAR AGAINST RUSSIA

by Felix Quigley

13 August, 2008

We have to examine the attack which Georgia made on the town which is called the “capital” of South Ossetia. Tskhinvali may be the capital but is really only a town. Numbers in this situation do matter to understand the nature of the CIA backed Georgian Government.

It is clear that this was a cowardly attack, unprovoked and done in the most cold blooded manner, using a situation when the gaze of the world was on the Olympics and when the Russian leaders were present at the Olympic Opening ceremony in China.

We also have to examine the results of this attack. If 2000 or even just 1000 citizens of South Ossetia were killed, do the maths and see how this would work out as a comparision with America. I make it many millions of America killed in one night.

I make this genocide on a scale that has not been seen since the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews.

Then there is as the Russians have remarked the strange treatment of the Media in all of this. This genocide is ignored, and is immediately pushed into the background. Then the lying machine of the Media based on anti Slav racism took over.

We have to also get an understanding of the nature of the CIA backed “Revolutions”, given by the Media various colours of “Rose” “Orange” etc. What a nice image, a “rose” revolution!!!

What kind of regimes did the CIA foist onto the ordinary people of these regions.

“Slate carried this article which may be useful now to look at again.

http://www.slate.com/id/2177757

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The Blush Is Off Georgia’s Rose Revolution

Another U.S. ally declares a state of emergency.


Protests in Tbilisi. Click image to expand. A Georgian opposition supporter falls as police disperse protesters
TBILISI, Georgia—It was a clear and cool afternoon—and the 90th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution—when thousands of protesters marched Continue reading