In the guise of humanitarian aid
Bush dispatches US military forces to Georgia
August 14, 2008
In a major escalation of the conflict with Russia over Georgia, President George W. Bush on Wednesday announced a “vigorous and ongoing” deployment of US military forces to its key ally in the Caucasus. Bush appeared in the White House Rose Garden for the second time in three days, this time flanked by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Robert Gates, and announced the military buildup, casting it as a humanitarian relief operation.
Written by Katin for IPCRESS Blog.
This essay appeared September, 2007 in my other blog. It presents a possible strategy being used by the Coalition to maneuver their armies into Eastern Turkey, from where they will be in a position to confront Russian forces in Georgia. All this talk about invading Iran is merely saber-rattling designed to keep our right flank secure as we advance northward.
Written by Katin for IPCRESS Blog
The armies of the New World Order march on!
Their ultimate goal–armed conflict with Putin’s Russia–is only a short time away, and so far, all has been going to schedule.