Sunday, August 10, 2008

Zionist Intrigue in Georgia

The people of South Ossetia are mostly Eastern Orthodox Christians who are friendly with Russia which has in recent times been rebuilding the Russian Orthodox Church. The U.S. media, anti-NWO pundits and even traditionalist Catholics will not remark on this fact keeping the focus instead on oil pipelines which are certainly a factor in this Zionist intrigue but hardly the only one. In the Israeli media we see that the Georgian military which provoked this conflict through its military aggression against civilians in Christian South Ossetia was backed by the Israelis. Reports are surfacing of Bolshevik-style massacres of the Christians in South Ossetia.

Jewish Georgian official: Our army has IDF training to thank

August 11, 2008


Jewish Georgian Minister Temur Yakobshvili on Sunday praised the Israel Defense Forces for its role in training Georgian troops and said Israel should be proud of its military might, in an interview with Army Radio.

"Israel should be proud of its military which trained Georgian soldiers," Yakobashvili told Army Radio in Hebrew, referring to a private Israeli group Georgia had hired.

Yakobashvili, Georgia's minister of reintegration, added that this training provided Georgia with the know-how needed to defend itself against Russian forces in the clashes which erupted last last week in the separatist region of South Ossetia.

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War in Georgia: The Israeli connection

For past seven years, Israeli companies have been helping Georgian army to prepare for war against Russia through arms deals, training of infantry units and security advice

Arie Egozi

August 10, 2008 - Israel News

The fighting which broke out over the weekend between Russia and Georgia has brought Israel's intensive involvement in the region into the limelight. This involvement includes the sale of advanced weapons to Georgia and the training of the Georgian army's infantry forces.

The Defense Ministry held a special meeting Sunday to discuss the various arms deals held by Israelis in Georgia, but no change in policy has been announced as of yet.

full article:,7340,L-3580136,00.html

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