Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Classified report: Russia tied to blast at U.S. embassy

The Washington Times is reporting that " Russia’s military intelligence (GRU) was responsible for a bomb blast that occurred at an exterior wall of the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia, in September." According to the Washington Times, the highly classified report about the Sept. 22 incident was described to the paper by two U.S. officials who have read it. They said the report supports the findings of the Georgian Interior Ministry, which traced the bombing to a Russian military intelligence officer. This is just more evidence that Putin and the Nu-Soviets are not friends of the United States and will resort to cold war tactics to advance their cause.

Putin resents the fact the United States supports and trains the Georgian military and if it wasn't for that support, Putin would have recaptured the former Soviet state. Ever since the "Rose Revolution" and the resignation of former Communist Eduard Shevardnadze in 2003, the Republic of Georgia has been in the cross-hairs of Nu-Soviet aggression. Russian troops invaded the Georgian provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia in 2008 after skirmishes broke out between Georgian and Russian forces in South Ossetia. To this day, Russian troops remain in the provinces.


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