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Russia-Ossetia-Georgia: Some Truth

THIS IS A TALE OF US EXPANSION NOT RUSSIAN AGGRESSION

War in the Caucasus is as much the product of an American imperial drive as local conflicts. It's likely to be a taste of things to come.

The outcome of six grim days of bloodshed in the Caucasus has triggered an outpouring of the most nauseating hypocrisy from western politicians and their captive media. As talking heads thundered against Russian imperialism and brutal disproportionality, US vice-president Dick Cheney, faithfully echoed by Gordon Brown and David Miliband, declared that "Russian aggression must not go unanswered". George Bush denounced Russia for having "invaded a sovereign neighbouring state" and threatening "a democratic government". Such an action, he insisted, "is unacceptable in the 21st century".

Could these by any chance be the leaders of the same governments that in 2003 invaded and occupied - along w

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Added: Aug-14-2008 
By: Oh, dear!
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Iraq, Other
Tags: Russia, Ossetia, Georgia, America, USA, NATO, EU, South Ossetia, Moscow, Bush, Medvedev, Saakashvilil, Putin
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