Friday, August 15, 2008

A top Russian general said Friday that Poland's agreement to accept a U.S. missile interceptor base exposes the ex-communist nation to attack, possibly by nuclear weapons, the Interfax news agency reported.

The Bush administration is acting very provocatively toward Russia. These policies are so astonishingly stupid that only the neocons could have come up with them. There seems little doubt that it was the U.S. that disrupted the status quo re South Ossetia, which had enjoyed a de facto independence since 1992. How many wars does Cheney want?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

the neocons have figured out a way to start WWIII without having to wage a war on Iran: put missiles in Poland and "defend Georgia because it is a democracy".

We have no business telling Putin/Russia how to treat its former states.

this is crazy, bush and cheney threatening russia. But they're so desparate to start another war so that they can declare martial law.

10:06 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Thank GOD Poland is now safe from that long standing threat of Iranian invasion.

12:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The american public is being told that Russia struck first in Georgia, check out this article.

here are a few sentences from it:

'There was no "Battle of Tskhinvali"; that's another fiction. A battle implies that there is an opposing force that is resisting or fighting back. That's not the case here. The Georgian army entered the city unopposed; after all, how can unarmed civilians stop armed units. Most of the townspeople had already fled across the border into Russia or hid in their basements while the tanks and armored vehicles rumbled bye firing at anything that moved.

What took place in South Ossetia last Thursday, was not an invasion or a siege; it was a massacre. The people had no way to defend themselves against a fully-equiped modern army. It was a war crime.'

10:23 PM  

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