Daily Archives: August 28, 2008

Blaming USA

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has accused the US of provoking the conflict in Georgia, possibly for domestic election purposes.

Mr. Putin told CNN US citizens were “in the area” during the conflict over South Ossetia and were “taking direct orders from their leaders”. He said his defense officials had told him the provocation was to benefit one of the US presidential candidates. The White House dismissed the allegations as “not rational”.

And of course US blames Russia for …Kosovo!!!

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American National Security in the Age of Insecurity: 3/5 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
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On the Truthfulness of Sports by Alexandra Pereira
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Le Reve Brise d’Hillary Clinton by Europe & Us
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Earth Trail Gold — A Song by Christopher Wilkinson
At this time of juncture, a cusp in the stars, a chasm of hope and fear, I wrote Earth Trail Gold. It addresses the mothers of the world to take their power and reclaim the power they do hold…

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