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Turkish Soft Power Invades Georgia as Washington Contains Russia
History
Turkish Soft Power Invades Georgia as Washington Contains Russia
July 23, 2019

Russia, despite having a near monopoly on the intellectual weapons needed to combat the global ideological status quo from Washington is using them rather poorly and is at best at a stalemate in the spiritual fight for much of its former territory and spheres of influence.

Anti-Russian ‘Protests’ in Georgia: Inexcusable, but Supported by the West
July 21, 2019

The Western press not only solidarized itself with the anti-Russian actions in Tbilisi, it also blamed the casualties on its favorite scapegoat – the Christian Orthodox church in Russia and Georgia.

Anti-Russian ‘Protests’ in Georgia: Inexcusable, but Supported by the West
Society
Violence Erupts as West Turns Its Sexual Subversion Weapon on Georgia
Society
Violence Erupts as West Turns Its Sexual Subversion Weapon on Georgia
June 22, 2019

Ground Zero for the West’s campaign to undermine the traditional Christian concept of the family is Georgia, where the usual suspects – foreign embassies and their controlled NGOs – were determined to hold Tbilisi’s first Pride parade this week.

NATO’s Stoltenberg, Satan’s Hollow Man
May 4, 2019

Once head of NATO, Stoltenberg underwent a predictable transformation: The lifelong anti-war dove who had protested the Vietnam War in his youth, overnight became an armchair war hawk.

NATO’s Stoltenberg, Satan’s Hollow Man
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The US-NATO Alliance Has Georgia on Its Mind
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The US-NATO Alliance Has Georgia on Its Mind
April 29, 2019

The US-NATO alliance is determined to encircle Russia more tightly, and Georgia wants to help it do so, Brian Cloughley writes.

US Biological Warfare Program in the Spotlight Again
September 13, 2018

The US activities violate the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), a legally binding treaty that outlaws biological arms.

US Biological Warfare Program in the Spotlight Again
Security
Ten Years After Georgia, NATO Still Pushes War
Editorial
Ten Years After Georgia, NATO Still Pushes War
August 10, 2018

When Russia warns that NATO’s expansion is risking horrible conflict that is a straightforward, reasonable observation which is borne out by history. Tragically, thousands of lives have been destroyed by not heeding this warning.

Marking 10 Years After Georgia Started War with Russia
August 8, 2018

In the early morning hours of Aug. 8, 2008, heavy fighting erupted in and around Tskhinvali, the capital, which spread to other parts of South Ossetia. Georgia violated a 1992 peace agreement and opened fire on Russian peacekeepers.

Marking 10 Years After Georgia Started War with Russia
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