Friday, August 08, 2008

Georgia invades South Ossetia

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Tonight Georgian military forces invaded South Ossetia....just after a total solar eclipse over Russia.

Russia backs South Ossetia and Abkhazia and the U.S. backs Georgia.

The West is being played like a fiddle IMHO.

The seemingly pro-Western Georgian president, Misha Saakashvili, who is pushing so hard to befriend the U.S., get Western military backing and join NATO, is, in fact, "KGB", i.e., he works at the behest of Russia's intelligence services.

If you find it hard to believe Russia would control the leader of a seemingly enemy state and then have that state attack a Russian ally, I suggest you examine the views of Alexander Litvinenko, the KGB defector who gave his life trying to tell the truth about Moscow's machinations.

Presumably, the White House is in shock that Georgia effectively unleashed a war in the region tonight by launching a full-scale attack on South Ossetia. This, just days after 1000 U.S. troops finished a massive military exercise with Georgia just 20 or so miles south of Russian territory.

I presume that wave-3 of wave-(3), the Grand Supercycle crash, is close-at-hand.

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Is the U.S. Banking System Safe?

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