Just a few days after Georgia launched an offensive to regain control over the separatist Georgian province, the “official” narrative has become:
No matter how this conflict started, Russia has escalated it well beyond the dispute over South Ossetia.
Does that mean that those delicate souls, who are offended by Russia’s “disproportioned response”, consider Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and the massive US armada heading for Iran, as well-proportioned ones”?
I wonder if the “he acted alone, then committed suicide” episode will fit somewhere in that story.
- Professor de la Vega is back to the blogistan and here is his take of these events.
- Russia’s Medvedev halts military action in Georgia
- Georgia-Russia: Western Tradeoff of Georgia Against Iran?
- ماجراهای پشت پرده جنگ اوستیا شهیر بلاگ
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