More Truth(s) About Georgian Conflict

1. Russia can't use "disproportionate force" against Georgia and still be welcomed into the halls of international institutions, Rice said.

"It's not going to happen that way," she said. "Russia will pay a price."


12 Year Old Girl Talks About The Truth In Georgia
(This video from FOX is quite telling and well worth watching to the end.)

2. Cheney told Saakashvili ‘‘Russian aggression must not go unanswered, and that its continuation would have serious consequences for its relations with the United States, as well as the broader international community,’’ McBride said.



3. "Russia has invaded a sovereign neighboring state and threatens a democratic government elected by its people," the President said at the White House. "Such an action is unacceptable in the 21st century."


Washington sanctioned assault on South Ossetia

4. Russian aggression in Georgia could start another Cold War. The bullying and wholly disproportionate Russian response against Georgia seems aimed as much at the United States and Western Europe as protecting the rights of ethnic Russians in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.


Thousands of civilians have fled South Ossetia - many seeking shelter in the neighboring Russian province of North Ossetia. "The Georgians burned all of our homes," said one elderly woman, as she sat on a bench under a tree with three other white-haired survivors of the fighting. "The Georgians say it is their land. Where is our land, then?"


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