Sunday, May 29, 2011

The Georgia Spring and the American Tyrant

The Georgia Spring and the American Tyrant

Once more, by sheer silence and backing of another murderous dictator and genocider, the West, particularly the US/UK have shown their absolute hypocrisy.

Last week, the American puppet, Mikhail Saakashvillie, in order to clear the main streets of Tbilisi for his Independence Day parade, had his storm troopers beat, shoot and murderer peaceful protesters, opposing his rule.

The official count was two dead, though three more bodies have been recovered, and over three dozen badly wounded, many of whom were denied medical aid in the city's hospitals. Another 165 protesters were arrested.

Brave demonstrators returned on Saturday, to protest the use of force and to show the American puppet that they were not intimidated by his NATO trained death squads and special forces police. This, after all, is not the first time Misha has used force on his own people and not the first time the West embraced him ever more warmly for it.

Police chased down demonstrators, running them into corners and beating and kicking them down to beaten meat.

The worst castigation that Misha has gotten to date, from the British was: "“I was saddened to hear of violence on the streets of Tbilisi,” David Lidington , the British minister, said in a statement. “Whilst there is a place for legal protest and demonstrations in any democracy, there can be no place for violence.”

Now compare that to the rhetoric these same hypocrites unleashed on Mobarik, Quadaffi and Basher.

Misha, as usual, brushed aside any demands of his people, blaming it on Russia. Yes, we are the big bogymen that cause everything from demonstrations to earthquakes to thunderstorms and flys on their food. The American hypocrites were quick to back this ludicrous assertion and uphold their murderous puppet: John R. Bass, the American ambassador had this to say: "there were clearly a number of people included in that protest who were not interested in peacefully protesting, but were looking to spark a violent confrontation.” And yet it was only when the storm troops opened fire that violence broke out. Where was this mouth peace to excuse the "evil" regimes whose people the US/UK is now bombing or embargoing, starting to bomb.

This, the American and British lines, are in contrast to what Georgi Tygyshi, the Ombudsman for Citizens Rights said. Georgi admitted the government used unacceptable force and a criminal investigation was warranted.

“Even if the Tbilisi demonstration was unauthorized, nothing can justify the beating of largely peaceful demonstrators,” Rachel Denber, the Europe and Central Asia deputy director for Human Rights Watch, said in a statement. “Police responsible for beating protesters should be held to account.”

So, once again, we see the Totalitarian Democracies for what they truly are.

9 comments:

Chad Eastwood said...

Hello. I find your blog very interesting and I agree with the comments you make about the hypocrisy of the US and Britain. However, I find it unusual that you can be so critical of what they do while at the same time supporting everything that Russia does. I may have it wrong here, as I haven't read all your blog, but so far this is the impression I get. Can you tell me why this is?

Pervych said...

Проклятые секты богатства действительно пытаются быть очень активным там, и определенные, например, Иосиф Джугашвили,
вызвали чрезвычайное повреждение себе и России!!! БОГ ПРОКЛИНАЕТ ИХ ВСЕ!!!

Pervych said...

"Can you tell me why this is?"???
'Святые невиновные'(Мэтью 8:29!!!)
естъ те, которые должны объяснение!!! БОГ ПРОКЛИНАЕТ ИХ ВСЕ!!!

guss said...

Chad Eastwood
I cannot answer on behalf of S.M. but do'nt you think he is very critical to the former USSR?

Jim said...

Hi Stanislav... I am Greek and I read your blog for over a year. Probably you know Greece is in deep shit financially 'cause of our corrupted polititians. Maybe you know that the last days people are out in the streets but I think the rallies are made by NWO. I would really appreciate if you write an article about Greece and what you think is gonna happened in the near future. Thanks a lot.

Pervych said...

"very critical to the former USSR"?!...и их родители!!! Спасибо за комплимент!!! БОГ ПРОКЛИНАЕТ ИХ ВСЕ!!!

Chad Eastwood said...

Hello Gus, not so far to be honest. Can you show me a post which objectively criticises Russia? Because I am really enjoying this blog and agree with the content. My only reservation is that it seems a bit one-sided.

guss said...

Chad Eastwood,
try the posts about communism, about the fate of the "whites", the Cossacs, the role of Trotsky etc.
Don't expect to read antirussian texts from a russian patriot.If one wants to touch the way of thinking of the peoples of Russia he has to read Tolstoi, Dostoyevski, Chekhov, Gorky.
Though this country is a huge area they share similar cultures.It is not strange that Russians get mad with NATO efforts to intrude the Black Sea countries, they consider the place as their own culture court. I don't think that they consider the military problem so much.

http://mat-rodina.blogspot.com/search/label/communists
http://mat-rodina.blogspot.com/search/label/gulags
http://mat-rodina.blogspot.com/search/label/kolchak
http://mat-rodina.blogspot.com/search/label/lenin

Chad Eastwood said...

Thanks Gus. I perfectly understand that Russia has every right to be incensed by NATO and the actions of the west. I have been reading Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky; both fascinating, and a fascinating history and culture. Thanks again. I'll read a bit more.