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World Opinion Favors Russia - Winning the Media War2008-08-18 16:36
Even Americans are saying, "Thank you Russia for standing up to the crackpots in control of our government." As much as the corporate elitist media in the west blathers and carries on with lies and obfuscation about the events in Georgia and South Ossetia, as much as they try to cover up the facts and the truth and the war crimes committed by their puppet state, Georgia, they have failed to convince the world community.
Their all too numerous outlets are pummeling the world community with distortions, trying to shove the castor oil of the empire down our collective throats, but the gag reflex is well intact and their lies remain unpalatable. The empire is used to and expects everyone to jump when told to and to believe what they hear and read. They don't expect and can't understand when someone or some country tells them to back off with their egotistical, haughty, self important orders or pronouncements. But their "orders" and pronouncements have become irrelevant. We are again living in a multicolor world.
Comments from the World Community:
In a recent Internet tally asking respondents who they favor, 75.8% were in favor of Russia and only 24.2% in favor of Georgia. Some American respondents actually came right out and thanked Russia for standing up to their government, referring to their government as "crackpots" and "lunatics."
One respondent said that South Ossetia and Abkhazia should become independent and the west lives under double standards. Another wrote, "the Abkhaz, Ossetian and Adjarian people will never agree to live under Georgian arrogant oppression."
Yet another respondent said, "This is NATO's prime moment to show that it as an organization is not yet obsolete." Of course we heard this when Yugoslavia was bombed too. In another comment he said, "I literally laughed out loud when President Bush made his speech toward Russia about how ‘bullying is unacceptable in foreign policy in the 21st century.'"
A respondent who considers himself a Republican wrote, "There is no reason that we should be antagonizing them on their border. It scares me that this oilman president will take us into another war with a much more deadly foe over an oil pipeline through Georgia. I am a registered Republican, but enough is enough. Impeach George Bush, if he gets us involved in the Russo-Georgian war."
Some notable and succinct quotes from another:
"I feel like I am living in the bizarro world. Do you people not realize that Georgia started the conflict. Do you people not realize that Georgia attacked civilians and peacekeeping troops in an INTERNATIONAL ZONE. Do you not realize that the news media has been caught showing footage of the destroyed cities in Ossetia (destroyed by Georgians) and claims it is Gori and Russian aftermath. Do you not realize that the Caucasus Region is an oil pipeline area. Do you not realize that the US armed and trained the Georgians."
"Georgia's president is the new Hitler. He is invading areas and his lies are so incredibly manipulative. The American Media is really showing stupidity here in hopes for new cold war ratings. Neo-cons and globalists are thrilled because now Russia has taken its eye off of the Iran situation."
Another poll taken in Greece yielded the following results:
Who is responsible for the war:
1. Georgia who started the attack and the US who encouraged them
(77.86%, or 3559 votes)
2. The Russians
(3.22 %, 147 votes)
3. All of them
(15.99 % , 731 votes)