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Sky News lies giving ruins of South Ossetian capital, Tskhinvali, for Georgia’s key town of Gori, which they say Russian bombed.

The channel simply used the footage of Tskhinvali, which was literally ruined as a result of Georgia’s attacks, to make reports about the situation in the town of Gori, which the Russian aviation supposedly bombed.

Russia ‘s TV channel Zvezda, which has five camera crews working in Tskhinvali, aired the footage two days before. Sky News showed its report with no sound, whereas the people showed in the Russian report could be heard speaking Russian and Ossetian languages. The crying people shown in the report were heard cursing Georgian President Saakashvili for destructions and manslaughter.

By Shiva – Aug 13th, 2008

obama-mccain-georgia-russia-war fake

-And the thousands of innocent Georgian and Ossetian lives are sacrificed to achieve it? Are Putin and George Bush shaking hands behind the closed doors?

WHAT IS GOING ON? HOW CAN ANYONE BELIEVE ANYTHING THESE PEOPLE ARE SAYING? THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES HAVE STRENGHTENED MY BELIEF THAT WE MUST ELECT BARACK OBAMA IF WE ARE TO SAVE OUR WORLD FROM THESE MADMEN!!!!

In the attack on Ossetia by Georgia, President Saashkhavili seems to have miscalculated the level of response by the Russians. This may be due in part to the suggestions made by his top adviser who just happens to be McCains top foreign policy adviser, Randy Scheunemann. Scheunemann who works as a lobbyist for Georgia to help them obtain weapons from the US, also serves as a strategic and tactical adviser to Georgia. McCain and Scheunemann have visited Georgia as many as 15 times since 2004 to assist in the deployment of the military and to advise on foreign policy including a bid to join NATO and tactical advise on Russia. One has to wonder if McCain and Scheunemann recent advise was intended to create a small skirmish that would assist McCain in his presidential bid. Both McCain and Scheunemann were likely surprised that Russia would take the opportunity to consider overthrowing the Georgian government. But you know what they say about playing with fire.

Now it is going to be a war of wills between McCain and Putin and neither will win. McCains roots go further back with Georgia. He was the primary force behind arming Georgia in exchange for their acting as one of our few allies in Iraq. McCain and his top foreign policy adviser (who also happens to be a lobbyist paid by Georgia to get weapons and training from the US) have been advising Georgia since 2004 on how to deal with Russia.

This is currently backfiring on McCain (and the US) because Putin is pointing the finger and the blame for the Georgian invasion squarely on the US. Today Putin condemned the overnight US operations that airlifted soldiers out of Iraq so they could fight Russian forces in Ossetia. Many, including McCain have threatened sanctions and other actions against Russia if they do not stand down from the conflict.

This shifts the conflict from the battle front to a dispute between Russia and the US, and in particular with McCain who has been taunting Putin for some time in a war of words. Putin has retaliated saying that top members in the US are acting like we are in the midst of the past cold war, and that their actions are not in line with the current peaceful relationship.

Although McCain is not President in the US he has taken center stage to both condemn Russia and call on the world to threaten sanctions against Russia if they do not stand down and comply with US request.

Russia, the 3rd largest military superpower in the world maintains an arsenal of nuclear weapons pointed directly at the US. In addition, Russia’s primary allies include China, the Middle East including Iran and any other communist regime who might side against the US.

The McCain camp who has publicly stated that a conflict such as this could help their campaign are surely overjoyed at the prospect of war with Russia as it would all but ensure his presidency.

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Two controversial footages taken 14.08.08

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“Gori in ruins”? See for yourself

REUTERS Fox News CNN are bunch of liars ! War in S. Ossetia

A Georgian woman cries near body her relative after bombardment in Gori
Caption: A Georgian woman cries near the body her relative after a bombardment in Gori, 80 km (50 miles) from Tbilisi, August 9, 2008. A Russian warplane dropped a bomb on an apartment block in the Georgian town of Gori on Saturday, killing at least 5 people, a Reuters reporter said. The bomb hit the five-story building in Gori close to Georgia’s embattled breakaway province of South Ossetia when Russian warplanes carried out a raid against military targets around the town. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (GEORGIA)
Byline: GLEB GARANICH
Country: Georgia
Date created: 2008-08-09
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A Georgian woman cries next to the body of her son in the town of Gori
Caption: A Georgian woman cries next to the body of her son in the town of Gori, 80 km (50 miles) from Tbilisi, August 9, 2008. A Russian warplane dropped a bomb on an apartment block in the Georgian town of Gori on Saturday, killing at least 5 people, a Reuters reporter said. The bomb hit the five-story building in Gori close to Georgia’s embattled breakaway province of South Ossetia when Russian warplanes carried out a raid against military targets around the town. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
Byline: DAVID MDZINARISHVILI
Country: Georgia
Date created: 2008-08-09
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The photos of georgian victims are FAKE

“Boys don’t cry”: “a heavily wounded” teenager remains calm and doesn’t scream while soldiers are carrying him above the “corpse” of a “killed” woman.
Fake photo 4 by Reuters - Boys dont cry

At first glance it seems that two Georgian soldiers carry a heavily wounded boy.
The boy’s right foot is covered with blood which shows that the wound was heavy and painful.
But look closely to the boy’s face: he is not screaming, his face shows no suffering, no negative emotions.
On the contrary, the boy watches somewhere to the side with interest, squinting right.
By the way the “blood” has flooded richly the boy’s leg but not a single drop of “blood” has got at his white shoes!
Is that possible?
It’s impossible; therefore all listed photos by the news agency “Reuters” are fake.

It’s odd, why do “Reuters” call itself a “news agency”?

Considering the fact that it likes different “tricks” I would rather call it a “circus agency”.

Anyone of you can take dozens of such “documents” at your backyard or at the city junkyard with simple photocamera.

Reuters tells blatant lies to people and a number of other western mass media (such as CNN, BBC, MSNBC and many others) repeats this lie.

Saakashvili’s War

A look at a number of dynamics regarding the situation surrounding the conflict in South Ossetia and Georgia.

Saakashvili eats own tie

Saakashvili might have lost the war against Russia, but, scant consolation perhaps, he is widely seen to have won the propaganda battle. Big bad Russia against plucky little Georgia. Accurate or nonsense, thanks to “Misha’s” Brussels-based PR men, it is the picture that’s dominating the world media.

Saakashvili has waged a one-man battle for public opinion, popping up daily on TV screens as if his words can make a difference against the might of the Russian army. The appearances are short but never fail to yield a sound bite for the world’s media.

Today, the American-educated Saakashvili sounded almost Churchillian. No matter how much Russia tries to undermine us, he said, we will never surrender. His rhetoric was even starker when he accused Russia of trying to “murder a small country”.

So far, Georgians have rallied in support of their leader in the face of the Russian onslaught, but once the dust has settled, they might well decide that having a man all too ready to take risks on their behalf is not such a good idea. Moreover, despite his self-portrait as a democrat, Saaskashvili, who succeeded Eduard Shevardnadze in the so-called rose revolution in 2003, has an authoritarian streak.

Although Saakashvili and his small circle of young advisers have won kudos for battling corruption in Georgia and boosting the economy, political opponents have been thrown into jail under his presidency. Last year, he surprised his American backers by declaring a 15-day state of emergency after battles between riot police and demonstrators protesting against the postponement of parliamentary elections. Those critics are quiet for now. But once the crisis subsides, it should come as no surprise if the knives come out once more following Saakashvilis’s misadventure in South Ossetia.