Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Georgian Zionist Occupied Government Violates Ceasefire

Using the classic Jewish tactic of attacking someone while crying "persecution", otherwise known as chutzpah, World Jewry has coordinated a disinformation campaign using their news outlets in the Western Media to spread the lie that Russia has violated the ceasefire, when in reality the puppet government of Georgia is the one violating the agreement.

Russia has made a strategic error in thinking it can negotiate with the Global Jewish Government in dealing with Georgia. It must go all the way into Georgia, arrest Saakashvili and his jewish cabal and EXECUTE them! It should then arrest all the Zionist proxy soldiers AKA US military advisors and imprison them. Further, Russian should tell Estonia, Belarus and other allies to shut the fuck up and get in line! Russia should understand that the jews want them destroyed and preempt them by seizing the initiative and giving them an offer they can't refuse.

Georgia’s Saakashvili accuses Russia of ethnic cleansing, violating cease-fire
By ANI on Wednesday, August 13, 2008Filed Under: World News
Tiblisi (Georgia), Aug 13 (ANI):

Georgia’s President Mikhail Saakashvili today said that Russian troops were completely disregarding the cease-fire agreement reached on Tuesday, continuing a campaign of violence against Georgian citizens that amounted to ethnic cleansing.

Saakashvili, speaking in Tbilisi alongside a handful of other Presidents from former Soviet states, said he had reports that Russian troops were still taking control of Georgian territory beyond the borders of two separatist regions and were forcing residents into “internment camps”.

The head of Georgia’s Security Council said earlier on Wednesday that 50 Russian tanks had entered the strategic Georgian city of Gori, and another top Georgian official said his country’s troops were completely driven out from the separatist province of Abkhazia.
Lithuanian President Vladas Adamkus, who spoke immediately after Saakashvili, criticised Russia’s leaders for their allegedly ceaseless military campaign in Georgia, the BBS News reported.

He backed Saakashvili’s call for all Russian troops to be withdrawn from Georgian territory, including the provinces of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and berated the Western world at large for “appeasing” Russia’s actions over the past week.

Saakashvili said Russian tanks were “attacking” Gori, and ground troops were carrying out a siege on the city. “There is marauding, there is destruction of buildings… the worst kind of marauding I could ever have imagined,” said the president.
Both presidents Saakashvili and Adamkus called for “real, international peacekeepers” to be allowed into the region immediately.

European foreign ministers are meeting on Wednesday in Brussels to discuss the cease-fire agreement, and France is seeking support from its EU partners for the deployment of European peacekeeping monitors to help defuse the Russia-Georgia confrontation. (ANI)

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