These videos may contain images depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be viewed by a mature audience.
Aug 11, 2008
Georgia vs. South Ossetia: a story of genocide
Genocide is a deliberate destruction, completely or partially, of an ethnic, religious, or national group, say the reference-books. And according to experts, this is what Georgia has been doing with Ossetians over the centuries.
US hampering Russian peace efforts — Putin
The Prime Minister has accused Washington of undermining Russia’s attempts to restore peace in the South Ossetian conflict zone. Vladimir Putin said a decision by the US military to fly 900 Georgian soldiers from Iraq back to Georgia showed America was ‘trying to get in the way’.
We will drive Georgians out of – Abkhazian president
Intense military action was evident in the Kodori Gorge in the breakaway Georgian region of Abkhazia on Sunday. The upper Kodori gorge is the only part of Abkhazia still controlled by Georgia.
See the ugly face of war
The conflict in South Ossetia has already claimed the lives of at least 2,000 people. More than 30,000 have been displaced. Many of those have no idea where their families and friends are. Or even if they’re alive. They have no idea what will happen next.
Like a thief in the night, Saakashvili attacked South Ossetia. The war is both senseless and full of unforseeable consequences. Also, some thoughts on China’s Olympic debut and a reflection on the passing of Alexandr Solzhenitsyn. And much more.
Saakashvili loses presence of mind
Saakashvili forced to the ground by an over protective body guard during the visit of French Foreign minister in Tbilisi. Note that operator’s hands did not shake and he filmed the panic outburst professionally.