Tuesday 12 August 2008

War in Georgia

Here's Alex Jones' position on this atrocity: http://www.prisonplanet.com/civilian-genocide-dead-americans-cost-of-us-russia-proxy-war.html

Every new news story on this conflict contains more and more horror. As usual, it's the innocent bystanders who suffer the most. The nations' leaders have bodyguards and bunkers while the soldiers themselves wear flak-jackets, sit in armoured vehicles and carry weapons to defend themselves. The innocent civilians (and Hospital Porters) are helpless and at the mercy of the armed cowards who can kill and assault with impunity.And now it turns out America is involved. The City of London America Company, usually wrongly called the United States, always seems to have its finger in the pie whenever genocides take place, dating all the way back to Hitler and Auschwitz. I'm not surprised to find that the theatre of conflict is an important strategic one, also the home of oil pipelines. It’s so sickeningly predictable!

My thoughts and prayers go out to all the people whose lives have been affected by this war. Hopefully it will end soon.

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