Ukraine update – US to pay salaries of the new government of Odessa, Ukraine, and is sending California troops to train Odessa police…Whoa there! What?
Mikhail Saakashvili was nominated… appointed – propped as Governor of Odessa by Poroshenko, but because Ukraine is broke, the US is going to pay for the salaries of his newly formed government. Does this make Ukraine a US annexation?
First it is important to note an odd parallel; Saakashvili was formally President of Georgia. He left office prematurely ‘to live abroad’ and faces charges of embezzlement and abuse of power. Ukraine refuses to extradite him. Instead they laud him for his powers of corruption – a good resume for a Governor.
Saakashvili came to power in Georgia as a result of a coup led by him, Burjanadze and Zhavania in 2003. Backed by NATO and the ‘west’, his formal election as President was mired in electoral fraud. Ousted President, Shevardnadze, was considered a risk given he had begun talks with Moscow in a deal to privitize energy pipelines. Fearing a shift, the US State Department funded an NGO, The Liberty Institute, and in coordination with George Soros Open Society Georgia Foundation, backed Saakashvili in a coup for regime change in Georgia. Note: In the early 1990’s, Saakashvili received a fellowship from the US State Department and attended Columbia Law School and George Washington University Law School.
Sponsored by McCain (also a Soros puppet) and his, “bomb everybody” mentality, Saakashvili was the instigator in the waged war against South Ossetia in 2008. And while there is no proof the US was involved in this aggression, the US State Department was well aware that the Georgian President was initiating the attack. While news stations in the US claimed that the aggressor was Russia, Wikileaks has since provided cables and proof that this was manipulated, and the disinformation propaganda was created in order to demonize Russia. In fact, Russia was the reactionary to the aggression and able to bring about a swift end to the tensions within a matter of months. Casualties were minimal by comparison to other coup infractions – such as Ukraine.
But the disinformation leaves a bile taste. Once a lie has been established, it begs all truth. How can we possibly trust in a government that routinely is found to have manipulated information – why can’t our government simply speak with integrity and honor? Perhaps it is because our government is no longer – our government – and is simply a defacto government run by shadows who continually have as their spokesman – Soros.
Apparently, both Georgia and the Ukraine were targets of US regime change in the early 2000’s. Why?
Brief History: Georgia had a period of labeled The Golden Age or Golden Renaissance during the 12th and 13th centuries. Invaded by the Iranians and Turks, it’s economy and history became embroiled in conflict after conflict until 1800 when the then Georgian King, George XII, signed a proclamation incorporating Georgia with the Russian Empire. Russia defeated the Iranian army’s occupation of the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, in the Russo-Persian War 1804 to 1813. After the Russian Revolution of 1917 (Jewish Bolsheviks vs Emperor Nikolai), Georgia declared independence. But independence meant they were under British rule. In 1921, a communist Bolshevik, Filipp Makharadze, and the Jewish Red Army attacked Georgia and took control.
In April 1991, Georgia was once again independent, but not for long as a coup was orchestrated in December 1991 that launched the country into a bloody civil war.
The Wikileaks cables between the US State Department and Saakashvili after the South Ossetia invasion by Georgia, are eerily similar to the ones between Poroshenko and the US with regard to Ukriane: “President Saakashvili told the Ambassador in a late morning phone call that the Russians are out to take over Georgia and install a new regime.” The report, again, provided no independent verification of this claim.
While the US stood by it’s claim that Russia was the aggressor, the EU analysis came to a rather different conclusion. An investigation headed by a Swiss Diplomat, Heidi Tagliavini, for the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Conflict in Georgia, stated in her report that “None of the explanations given by the Georgian authorities in order to provide some form of legal justification for the attack” were valid. “In particular, there was no massive Russian military invasion under way, which had to be stopped by Georgian military forces,” Tagliavini confirmed. “The shelling of Tskhinvali by the Georgian armed forces during the night of 7 to 8 August 2008 marked the beginning of the large-scale armed conflict in Georgia.”
The purpose of the propaganda? Demonize Russia. Why? Both Ukraine and Georgia have economic importance for the US and it all goes back to oil – and a pipeline that circumvents Russia. The pipeline, operated by BP, runs from the Caspian Sea through Azerbaijan, through Georgia, and Turkey to the Mediterranean. Partners in the pipeline include: Azerbaijan, Turkey, Norway, Japan, Italy, France and – most importantly, the US.
The country that notably has no interest in the pipeline is Georgia despite its strategic importance.
A secondary motive is quite simply the surrounding of Russia with US backed regimes so as to manipulate a World War provoked within a bed of lies. No one in the US could even find Ukraine or Georgia on a map just a few years ago, now these countries have become central provocateurs on a stage that is rife in corruption, fraud, disinformation and propaganda.