US Ambassador Kelly Degnan Imposes External Control on Georgia

6 May 2021 — Origin: New Eastern Outlook

Vladimir Platov

As part of the competitive struggle throughout the history of mankind, individual countries have already fallen under the external control of others, losing their sovereignty. This has been expressed since the controlling power unilaterally exerted a direct influence on the vassal state, prescribing certain managerial decisions to it, equivalent to the transfer of power in favor of the dominant state.

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Will Kemp Get Away With Suppressing Georgia’s Black Votes?

9 November 2018 — TRNN

Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, has declared victory in a heated gubernatorial race, but Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams is not conceding. Kemp purged tens of thousands of votes as part of a crackdown that adversely impacted black voters. We speak to attorney, activist Anoa Changa and investigative journalist Greg Palast.

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92-Year-Old Georgia Voter Blocked By Greg Palast

7 November 2018 — Greg Palast

Jim Crow in 59 seconds… Why Stacey Won’t Quit

Greg Palast reporting from Atlanta, GA

This is why Stacey Abrams won’t quit. It begins with 92-year-old Christine Jordan, blocked from voting. By Brian Kemp. Watch this 59-seconds and you won’t wonder why Stacey Abrams won’t roll over and concede to Kemp.

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Russia won’t tolerate US biological experiments near its borders, warns diplomat

25 September 2018 — TASS

According to Russia’s assessments, the US military agency is working on the Georgian territory with biological materials

MOSCOW, September 25. /TASS/. Russia won’t let the Americans carry out biological experiments near its borders, Vladimir Yermakov, Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Department, told reporters on Tuesday.

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The West Marches East By Andrew Gavin Marshall

19 June 2014 — The Hampton Institute

Part 2: Georgia Starts a War, Russia Draws a Line

In Part 1 of this series – ‘The West Marches East’ – I examined the circumstance that while Russia has received the majority of the blame for the more than six-month-crisis in Ukraine, these events did not take place in a vacuum, and, in fact, the Western powers and institutions – notably the United States, NATO and the European Union – have broke promises made at the end of the Cold War to expand NATO – a Western military alliance that was created in opposition to the Soviet Union – to Russia’s borders. Simultaneously, the European Union has expanded eastwards, bringing Eastern and Central European countries within its orbit and in adherence to its economic orthodoxy. Further, many NATO powers had worked together to promote ‘colour revolutions’ across much of Eastern Europe over the previous decade or so, helping to overthrow pro-Russian leaders and replace them with pro-Western leaders.

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US Biolabs: A New Smallpox-like disease breaks out in Georgia By Henry Kamens

30 May 2014 — New Eastern Outlook

Jeffrey Silverman, an investigative journalist in the Republic of Georgia and US Army veteran, was once stationed at a chemical weapons storage site in the United States, the Bluegrass Army Depot in Richmond, Kentucky, during his service. He has long alleged that a US biological research facility near Tbilisi International Airport not only is involved in the transit of poison gases and other agents used in the world’s conflicts but also develops new viruses and allegedly infects livestock with them, thus introducing to see whether unsuspecting Georgians can withstand them and their potential use for military applications.

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NATO Invitations Fuelled Neo-Fascism In Ukraine, Georgia: Russian Foreign Minister

15 May 2014 — Stop NATO – Civil Georgia

Rasmussen: ‘Georgia’s Progress Should Be Reflected at NATO Summit Appropriately’

“The current crisis started, the seeds for the current crisis were sown in 2008 in April during the NATO Summit in Bucharest, when NATO leaders stated in a declaration that Georgia and Ukraine will be in NATO,” Lavrov said.

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“US Produced Sarin Gas Used in Syria”

9 April 2014 — Veterans Today

Jeffrey Silverman: US Department of Defense  manages a network of laboratories in Georgia with  offensive capacity

Interview by Maia Chubinishvili

(05 09 2013 18:47:57) – On August 27, 2013 the famous American political investigator and principal editor of the ex-US State Department and intelligence service publication Veterans Today, Gordon Duff, published an article entitled “US Contractors Cited for Syrian Chemical Attacks,” and a video entitled “Syrian Gas Attack Proof Syrian Army Has No Involvement.”

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Paradoxes of Georgian-Abkhazian Relations, Self-Determination, Ukraine By Henry Kamen

2 April 2014 — New Eastern Outlook

34535“If tomorrow Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Georgia want to be together again, no matter what form of living together they choose, the Russian Federation will not interfere in this process.”-  Vitali Naumkin – professor, the head of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS.

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Will Twisted History of Georgian War Facilitate a Repetition? By Steve Rendall

14 March 2014 — FAIR Blog

Russian peacekeeping barracks in Ossetia, 2008 (cc photo: Dmitrij Steshin/Wikimedia)

The Russo-Georgian War makes a better anti-Russian talking point if you rearrange the order of events. (cc photo: Dmitrij Steshin/Wikimedia)

When the US press takes sides, the necessary lionizing of allies and demonizing of opponents begins in earnest. And so the fascists and antisemites in Ukraine’s current “pro-West” government are downplayed or ignored (Fair Blog, 3/7/14), as is the US hypocrisy that denounces Russia’s military adventures while supporting the violent ouster of a democratic, if odious, Ukrainian government (Consortium News, 3/4/14).

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