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June 1, 2011 / joninews

Crackdown on democracy in Georgia, US Embassy’s Statement Leads to Blood and Death!

Spin Doctors and NY Times, Brutal Crackdown on Fledgling Democracy in Georgia

http://whatreallyhappened.com/content/georgia-brutal-crackdown

The NY times did a spin article on the event.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/31/world/europe/31georgia.html?_r=1

I wonder who really benefits from all of this, as one American journalist recently said,

US Ambassador John Bass could have prevented all the bloodletting during the early morning hours of your Independence Day. He could have made a point that there is potential problem and that such problems need to be solved peacefully. At least he could have sent out Embassy observers to monitor the situation first hand to make sure that human rights were not violated.

·     But he didn’t because the US wants Georgia to be even more dependent on the US for its political and physical survival. By encouraging Saakashvili, (giving him the green light) this was payback for when Georgia established a visa free regime and open trade agreement with Iran.
·         One only has to look at Bass’s CV to understand why he is really here. His works experience in Iraq connected to logistics and being a personal advisor to former Vice President Dick Cheney and the Bush administration shows his true colors and the continuity of US foreign policy between administrations. The US needs Georgia as a conduit for what goes in (and out) of Afghanistan, and for its proxy wars in Africa. Such statment by the US Embassy as quoted in the NY TImes are viewed very negatively by Georgians, espeically in the aftermath of a bloody and deadly crackdown on pro-democracy forces within Georgia. People are now growing tired of the double-speak, and this is strengthening anti-Americanism about the rank and file.

US Ambassador John Bass could have prevented all the bloodletting during the early morning hours of your Independence Day. He could have made a point that there is potential problem and that such problems need to be solved peacefully. At least he could have sent out Embassy observers to monitor the situation first hand to make sure that human rights were not violated.

·         But he didn’t because the US wants Georgia to be even more dependent on the US for its political and physical survival. By encouraging Saakashvili, (giving him the green light) this was payback for when Georgia established a visa free regime and open trade agreement with Iran.
·         One only has to look at Bass’s CV to understand why he is really here. His works experience in Iraq connected to logistics and being a personal advisor to former Vice President Dick Cheney and the Bush administration shows his true colors and the continuity of US foreign policy between administrations. The US needs Georgia as a conduit for what goes in (and out) of Afghanistan, and for its proxy wars in Africa.

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