Wednesday, September 30, 2009

South Ossetia - Saakashvili attacked the Russians

Don't think you're part of a government corporate media mind game?

Well, remember this cry-baby faker Georgian-president Saakashvili from last year?

Here's the latest news on the GEORGIAN ATTACK OF SOUTH OSSETIA. Yes, the Georgians attacked South Ossetia NOT THE OTHER WAY ROUND. Seriously, an EU team of military, political, human rights, and international law experts, under the Swiss diplomat Heidi Tagliavini, concluded that South Ossetian irregular forces violated the rules of war in attacks on Georgian villages and that Russian peacekeeping forces "would not or could not" control them.

"There is the question of whether the force by Georgia during the night of 7/8 August was justifiable under international law. It was not … it is not possible to accept that the shelling of Tskhinvali with Grad multiple rocket launchers and heavy artillery would satisfy the requirements of having been necessary and proportionate." The report also said Georgian attacks on Russian peacekeepers in South Ossetia "in the initial phase of the conflict" were unjustified.

"There was no ongoing armed attack by Russia before the start of the Georgian operation."
[source GUARDIAN]

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