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    4n0nm0$ is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Is this why, you have been spamming the forum?

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    Saizou is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    This is actually a serious topic that merits some discussion, the character of the OP notwithstanding.

    And as a citizen of one of Russia's neighbours (and one that has had several clashes with the bear in the past as well) I am naturally somewhat concerned over the development. Though I don't think that Russia has lowered its threshold for using military force, it remains to be seen how far they will go to further their interests.

    On the other hand, what in the world where the georgian government thinking? They must have known that there would be consequences when you invade a de facto russian protectorate. Once again, it is the common citizen that suffers when the government fucks up.

    And it is also exceptionally ironic to see Dubya getting angry over this. One would think that he'd have sense to keep quiet when he has invaded countries on far flimsier pretexts, but then again it is Bush and exceptionalism has always been in the vogue aong the US right wing.

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    Dante Obscuri is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    What was great the idea behind attacking South Ossetia? It's all cool to try to regain power in a region you once controlled, but not when it is being protected by effing Russia. They'd better pull out their forces quickly; heck, just look at the numbers:

    Quote Originally Posted by BBC
    GEORGIA
    Total personnel: 26,900
    Main battle tanks (T-72): 82
    Armoured personnel carriers: 139
    Combat aircraft (Su-25): Seven
    Heavy artillery pieces (including Grad rocket launchers): 95

    RUSSIA
    Total personnel: 641,000
    Main battle tanks (various): 6,717
    Armoured personnel carriers: 6,388
    Combat aircraft (various): 1,206
    Heavy artillery pieces (various): 7,550


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    The fuck they were thinking indeed...
    And yeah,the ones to suffer are always the people - and the freakin governments do the shit...
    The Georgians probably thought the Russians won´t intervene , but they were wrong.
    Russia takes it too far now.Georgia agreed signing a cease fire agreement and they don´t want to...
    I hope it does end soon,for the peoples sake.

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    4n0nm0$ is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Russia. The bomb teh wrong place.



    Bombs in my georgie

    Now back to business. In case you're wondering, the russians and georgians are using the same equipment.
    Like the russians tanks:
    T-90 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    BMP-2 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Talk about friendly fire recognition. Mo weapons next time or check you local news corp retard. Btw, Russia is right:
    Georgia kills civilians in Ossetia :: Russia-InfoCentre
    Last edited by 4n0nm0$; 08-11-2008 at 02:40 PM.

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    BlueDemon is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Hey man,you can fuck yourself if you just make fun of peoples losses.War isn´t a game... (I mean the pic)
    And if Georgia kills it´s own people,then they are a**holes a well.People are just so shitty...Armageddon where are you xDD

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    Tell me wether support Russia or Georgia. Putin is the best villain since Liquid



    We just have to wait till we realize what actually happened there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saizou View Post
    This is actually a serious topic that merits some discussion, the character of the OP notwithstanding.

    And as a citizen of one of Russia's neighbours (and one that has had several clashes with the bear in the past as well) I am naturally somewhat concerned over the development. Though I don't think that Russia has lowered its threshold for using military force, it remains to be seen how far they will go to further their interests.

    On the other hand, what in the world where the georgian government thinking? They must have known that there would be consequences when you invade a de facto russian protectorate. Once again, it is the common citizen that suffers when the government fucks up.

    And it is also exceptionally ironic to see Dubya getting angry over this. One would think that he'd have sense to keep quiet when he has invaded countries on far flimsier pretexts, but then again it is Bush and exceptionalism has always been in the vogue aong the US right wing.
    I think the Georgian government overestimated its ties with the West(US and Europe). And i definitely think the US would have been swifter if not for the Iraq War. They really can't fight two wars at the same time or they risk ending up like Germany circa 1945.
    But its also weird that this started happening right before the OLY when most heads of state around the world were in CHina watching the gigantic Opening OLY ceremony. So the war went unnoticed at first or received little coverage.
    What we fail to realize is that Georgia controls the Caucasus mountains which is rich in oil and also one of the main reasons why Georgia has strong ties with US. If Russia keeps on invading Georgia any further then i fear this situation might get worse quick.

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    I don't think the U.S. can do anything about it. Even if Dubya wanted to help Georgia, it would be up to The Senate.

 

 
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