Washington supports Georgia’s aspirations to join NATO, and Sarkozy accused Russia of “sharing” a Georgian state

Washington supports Georgia’s aspirations to join NATO, and Sarkozy accused Russia of “sharing” a Georgian state Washington considers Tbilisi a reliable ally, who proved this by participating in NATO operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. Therefore, the United States supported Georgia in its desire to join the Alliance. At the same time, the French president accused Moscow of “taking away” part of the territory of Georgia.


During his visit to Georgia, Nicolas Sarkozy, addressing the Georgian people, said that he was happy, since he could appeal to the independent people. Although after the end of the war, the wounds of the Georgian people had not yet healed, and thousands of people were forced to leave their homes.

According to the French president, part of the “Georgian territories was taken away. It is as painful as amputation of the limb; you feel this pain all the time. ” Sarkozy stressed that Russia, contrary to any strategic logic and own interests, not only left its armed forces in Abkhazia and South Ossetia, but even strengthened them.

The French president has publicly assured the Georgian people that France and all of Europe support the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of the Georgian state. In addition, according to Sarkozy, Georgia was subjected to "forced partition" and "separatism" was imposed on its people. It is not difficult to guess that the ground is being prepared for the future accusation of Russia of “dismembering” Georgia and Moscow’s support for the Ossetian and Abkhaz “separatists”.

Summing up the visit of the French president to Georgia on October 10, 7, Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili spoke to reporters and said: “France adopted Georgia, and if the French take up something, they will surely bring the matter to the end,” Radio Liberty reported . Since France is the “foster mother” of Georgia, then apparently the United States is the “foster father”?

During the trip, the French president presented Saakashvili with the highest award of France - the Order of the Legion of Honor, and the President of Georgia awarded Nicolas Sarkozy with the Order of the Victory named after St. George, who was handed "for his special contribution to the victories achieved for Georgia." Thus, Sarkozy thanked “for the special support” expressed in relation to the Georgian state, protection of the sovereignty of Georgia and “strong support of national interests”.

Georgia and NATO

Saakashvili did not have time to rejoice at the words of Nicolas Sarkozy when another good news came from the United States for the current Georgian regime - the head of the United States delegation to the North Atlantic Alliance, Michael Turner, told Washington on October 9 that Washington would provide an action plan for NATO membership to the Georgian state.

According to him, “Georgia, which by its active participation in peacekeeping operations in Iraq and Afghanistan” provided the Alliance with great assistance, proved that it is “a reliable ally and guarantor of security”.

According to the American, the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization does not pose a danger to any state. On the contrary, it strengthens stability and security in all areas of activity. And already brought "historical successes ”in achieving stability and security, cooperation, the rule of law and other common goals in all countries of Western Europe, which is currently free and united. The mouth of an American would drink honey, especially the “security” and “stability” felt by the inhabitants of Iraq, fragmented Serbia, Afghanistan, swept by the fires of the Libyan war.

The American politician also called on all NATO member states to support the initiative of the United States and to simplify trade relations with Tbilisi. The United States itself plans to support granting Georgia an action plan for membership in the Alliance at the upcoming NATO Chicago Summit in 2012. It should be noted that at previous NATO summits that were held in Bucharest and Lisbon, Tbilisi did not provide an action plan for joining the Alliance, since, according to the leadership of the military-political bloc, Georgia did not fulfill all the requirements for democratic reforms in the country.
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  1. bubla5 14 October 2011 07: 59 New
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    french prostitute
    1. ballian
      ballian 14 October 2011 11: 24 New
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      Did you introduce yourself? This is not an intimate granny dating site.
    2. Denis 14 October 2011 13: 14 New
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      no, he is her husband
      although the same
  2. esaul 14 October 2011 08: 16 New
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    Here you go! Finally, Sukashvili aloud admitted that he, with his entourage and with his regime, is a corrupt girl "who helpfully opens the bread with a caring question - is it convenient?" (As someone put it on the forum. Well done!) This is just in the taste of the talerant society of pi-aces!
    1. Ivan35
      Ivan35 14 October 2011 19: 12 New
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      Yes, Esaul, and with NATO for a long time everything is clear who they are
      this is another proof - if the killers and aggressors for them - I quote - are "a reliable ally and guarantor of security."
  3. bydlo
    bydlo 14 October 2011 08: 30 New
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    Rather, Pindosia is the mother of Georgia, and since Pindosia has one breast ..... then the sixes in the face of the Baltic states, Poland and others suck her in turns wink
  4. Sergh
    Sergh 14 October 2011 08: 43 New
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    Well, where are our blue revolution political scientists? It’s time for us to give a little example in practice.
  5. Banshee 14 October 2011 08: 53 New
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    In Kolyan wets !!! Zhhot !!!

    The impression that he was hooked on the same crap as Berlusconi.

    In general, French policy is surprising. After Bumbarash in Libya, they completely lost fear. Apparently, they decided that everything is possible for them. Or so decided in the White House.

    In general, Obama is great. "And where is America? What is it? France is sickening." Very profitable set up France for the role of europidor. And Kolyan and happy ...
    Well, sukeshvili "Legion of Honor" is a bust. Still, the awards must be respected, especially, awards with a historical past.

    I think France is all ... rolling. They have forgotten that after Austerlitz Waterloo is often ... And in vain. Error history does not forgive.

    And further. For lovers of brains. Look at Germany.
    1. esaul 14 October 2011 09: 59 New
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      “So it happened in life, even if you beat your forehead against the wall - then you sit in the saddle, then you go under the horse ...” O. Khayyam, “The Book of the Kings”. The man knew what he was saying.
  6. stas52 14 October 2011 09: 03 New
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    "The Order of Victory named after St. George, which is awarded" for a special contribution to the victories achieved for Georgia. " What are these victories?
    "expressed in relation to the Georgian emperor," Something I do not remember the Georgian emperors, or Mishiko proclaimed himself to them? Then explain to me where the "Great Georgian Empire" spreads.
    1. sirToad
      sirToad 14 October 2011 10: 13 New
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      I recently heard from a Georgian friend about the borders of the Georgian empire - in the south it stretches to Lake Van from the east and west is limited by the seas and from the north - the river which the Russian invaders call the wrong word "Don"
      1. Denis 14 October 2011 13: 23 New
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        and that all the great people of the Georgians were not heard?
        Peter the Great is Georgian, Catherine II (is she a German princess? Ne, the pope was Georgians) of course, too, General Bagrationi, do you know Suvorov with him? walked through the Alps, Stalin, understandably
        and Beria-ne, he is a Mengrel dog and all this in all seriousness, so the geography of claims is somehow limited
        1. sirToad
          sirToad 14 October 2011 14: 06 New
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          Well, about nationality-it depends on the political situation. 1. Stalin is a great Georgian man! (in Soviet times) 2. Stalin was not a Georgian, but an Ossetian who changed his last name (perestroika time) 1-Griboedov was a secret Georgian, since he was married to a Georgian woman (Soviet time) 2-Griboedov was a Russian occupier, he took his wife from poor parents by force , without their consent. (from perestroika to the present) and by the way, this is the opinion of only one person of known nationality. Well, what is modest geography - so the appetite for a meal, they say comes
        2. edge 30 May 2012 11: 20 New
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          Why does Stalin and Przhevalsky have the same symmetry of faces ................?
      2. APASUS 15 October 2011 00: 33 New
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        Quote: sirToad
        I recently heard from a Georgian friend about the borders of the Georgian empire - in the south it stretches to Lake Van from the east and west is limited by the seas and from the north - the river which the Russian invaders call the wrong word "Until

        Oh, how flooded him!
      3. edge 30 May 2012 11: 17 New
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        it was he who described the borders of the Khazar Khaganate (the 13th of the Jewish tribes), which Prince Svyatoslav slammed back in 974.
  7. fellow misha 14 October 2011 09: 53 New
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    As for Kolka Sarkozy, everything is fair: Pindosia removed a direct competitor in the upcoming presidential elections in the person of Dominic Strauss-Kahn and he “adopted” Mishiko for it so that God forbid that a slobbering tie choke on how much money is in the wind, Pindosia itself isn’t up to now this development of new territories on the nose and then this slobbery whiner underfoot will be confused. So everything is like during a trip to the supermarket while mom mom slobbering for a fee sits in the game room.
  8. vlbelugin 14 October 2011 10: 43 New
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    It would be fun if it were not so sad.
    Georgia was not accepted into NATO because territorial disputes (South Ossetia and Abkhazia) were not resolved.
    If Georgia joins NATO and tries to take back "its" territories, then we will have to either pull our tail away (South Ossetia and Abkhazia) or fight with NATO.
    And the NATO people are well aware of this.
    It turns out they deliberately go to confrontation with us.
    Well, if they test us for "lice." And if not.
    That's where the work is for the Foreign Ministry and Rogozin.
    1. solodova 14 October 2011 11: 10 New
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      Friendly bayonets of civilized countries are slowly turning in our direction.
      1. Ivan35
        Ivan35 14 October 2011 19: 13 New
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        Yes, and not slowly - but with might and main they threaten! Now Syria and Iran are being crushed - and we are next in line "for an injection"
        1. figwam 14 October 2011 23: 32 New
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          Yes, I agree, after them we remain only with Belarus.
  9. fellow misha 14 October 2011 10: 52 New
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    I recently heard from a Georgian friend about the borders of the Georgian empire - in the south it stretches to Lake Van from the east and west is limited by the seas and from the north - the river which the Russian invaders call the wrong word "Don"

    It’s interesting what they will do in this case with their vassals - with Chechens, for example, although the question is not posed correctly, it will be more correct that they will do Chechens with Georgians and it will be interesting to look at Washington’s actions in that case it would be funny

    Familiar friends told me how 08.08.08 Georgians fled in a panic when they found out that one famous battalion was approaching, I do not want to say that all one battalion decided there, just a private example.
    1. sirToad
      sirToad 14 October 2011 11: 00 New
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      Well, it's all the little things ... but what a magnitude of thought! and in your own eyes you immediately grow up and a feeling of resentment against everyone who chopped off a piece of land ..
  10. sancho 14 October 2011 10: 56 New
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    It was necessary 08.08.08 still go to Tbilisi! Take Mishiko for a shit, take him to Moscow, or maybe a little later to Strassburg. And, arrange parallel to the Serbian-Kosovo conflict, a review of the Georgian-Ossetian.
    And, make decisions exactly adequate. They planted Milosevic and we planted Sukashvili. Those "caught" Goran Hadzic and we would have caught some sort of Georgian general.
    And, let all these Pindos prostitutes squeal. Pindods would not have climbed into Georgia!
    But no, Dima’s gut is thin .....
    1. kosmos84 14 October 2011 17: 53 New
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      We were stuck in the mountains of 3 of the day and in the end we went to the horn of the tone, but we had to finish this mongrel
    2. Nick 14 October 2011 23: 20 New
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      Yes drifted Diman. I didn’t wait for the situation, it’s evident that they ran over the hot line from overseas.
      1. kosmos84 14 October 2011 23: 30 New
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        right now would have 87 rus or their pro-Russian rule and the president, for example, Meladze
    3. cVM
      cVM 14 October 2011 23: 40 New
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      we are not stupid, apparently it was impossible that they didn’t
  11. svvaulsh
    svvaulsh 14 October 2011 11: 05 New
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    There is one conclusion. We pump muscles so that not one NATO muzzle has a desire to feel us "weakly."
  12. solodova 14 October 2011 11: 07 New
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    According to the French president, part of “Georgian territories was taken away. It’s just as painful as amputation of a limb, you feel this pain all the time. ”
    I directly guess what limb Sarkozy was robbed of, that he so sensitively understands this pain wink
  13. irony
    irony 14 October 2011 11: 15 New
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    The adoptive father fucked the adoptive mother and they had an adopted son. It’s nothing that he is with a developmental delay, but his own ... that is, foster. And at the expense of Sarkozy, then he suffered, of course. In general, small people in power are a big problem for the people. Since the time of Napoleon. Although, maybe before someone was. I don’t remember.
    PSMedvedev also refers to low.
    1. irony
      irony 14 October 2011 21: 55 New
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      HA-HA-HA! Who is minus that? I guess Dmitry Anatolyevich looked in. So you do not be offended. No need to be offended by the truth.
  14. baton140105
    baton140105 14 October 2011 11: 38 New
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    If Georgia joins NATO and tries to take back "its" territories, then we will have to either pull our tail away (South Ossetia and Abkhazia) or fight with NATO.
    Better yet, break them hard roughly, and most importantly, QUICKLY, until the nato has recovered.
    1. APASUS 15 October 2011 14: 33 New
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      Quote: baton140105
      If Georgia joins NATO and tries to take back "its" territories, then we will have to either pull our tail away (South Ossetia and Abkhazia) or fight with NATO.

      If Georgia joins NATO, this means recognition of the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia !!! NATO does not take countries with undefined borders (in this case, Georgia will have to enter without its disputed territories), fearing that the problems of the newcomers will become a problem of the whole bloc !! !!!!!!!!!
  15. sirToad
    sirToad 14 October 2011 11: 42 New
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    But seriously - it’s not without reason that LJZHZh is pouring everything in one basket. and Erdogan announces his steepness, and Kolyasik is visiting the Great Cartelia and the shining Jedi are also stirring something up ... did they really understand that in Libya they were a wreckage and decided to change the vector of the application of force? we should expect some kind of dirty trick in the Caucasus soon. I think so
  16. DEfindER 14 October 2011 12: 00 New
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    We need to know history, the West throughout its existence tried to destroy the Russians, and did it in every way and set our peoples at each other, and went directly with the war, and put its people in our kings, but it didn’t work out .. And it’s not worth it hope that he will ever stop, you just need to understand now in what way he acts, unravel his plan, and frustrate him ..
  17. fellow misha 14 October 2011 12: 35 New
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    As for what is written in the article, so I think they just stupidly avenge the veto in the UN Security Council, the dough for Iran’s collapse and so on, and now in connection with this, the project will still go up in price, maybe not only revenge, apparently they want some of Russia's attention to distract from Middle Eastern affairs the oil supply in the Transcaucasian flame so that the “mishandled Cossack” sits where they need it
  18. ESCANDER
    ESCANDER 14 October 2011 12: 41 New
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    The brave Sarkozy imagines himself Napoleon, however.
  19. sirToad
    sirToad 14 October 2011 12: 47 New
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    Well this is obvious. Now that the Georgian that our liberals trynd about Independent Georgia as if such existed for centuries. and its existence is measured for 3 years - from 1918 to 1921 and the regime of Noah Jordan rested completely on the bayonets of the interventionists. which is characteristic - the Turks and the British, being enemies of the First World War in the Caucasus, did not fight among themselves. the enemy was alone. however, they raked the cots from the Red Army. and it is characteristic that the local population, whether in Baku, Tiflis or Erivani, welcomed the Red Army Units enthusiastically. I know that this is not propaganda from the stories of the late grandfather - he entered the Red Army in 20 and consistently participated in the capture of Baku and Tiflis. What then, what now, the strength of all "nationalist groups" relied purely on the support of the interventionists. but the Red Army was stronger primarily moral. and the sympathies of the majority of the population range from strong to stronger. Our people will have national pride and our state will be strong enough and persistent in upholding the interests of our own and the interests of our citizens - and everything will change. And without the "Moors" who, having done their job, can leave - no Western interests can be realized
    1. ballian
      ballian 14 October 2011 20: 12 New
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      Quote: sirToad
      Well this is obvious. now that the Georgian that our liberals trynd about Independent Georgia as if such existed for centuries. and its existence has been measured for 3 for years - from 1918 to 1921, and the Noah Jordan regime rested entirely on the bayonets of the interventionists.

      .
      And where did you see the invaders there - the Soviet army didn’t meet with the notorious “invaders” when you seized it — you lie dear.
      For liars - scoops - naturally the Georgians met the Russian troops with a bang - but this is a disaster - they did not vote for the Bolsheviks in Georgia in any elections of that time, and moreover, Bolshevik Russia recognized the independence of Georgia.
      1. sirToad
        sirToad 15 October 2011 06: 04 New
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        you zayets, for your grandfather say understand?
  20. fellow misha 14 October 2011 12: 49 New
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    The plans for the fall of Syria and, consequently, Iran most likely the UN Security Council in Syria played a key role, and as we know, it failed and they remake this plan on the move, the offensive began on all fronts - and this is a movement towards Russia from the same deck
  21. ESCANDER
    ESCANDER 14 October 2011 12: 49 New
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    The brave Sarkozy imagines himself Napoleon, however.
    And as for France, yes. Well, if the French think up what, they will bring it to the end! They decided to capitulate to the Second World War before it, and they capitulated!
    1. esaul 15 October 2011 08: 25 New
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      Well, it would only be in front of the Germans! A separate French volunteer battalion was thrown into battle on Kursk. Ours knocked out almost 70% of the composition and they, just as brave, sheared back! Enough of them for one fight! After that they were thrown to Italy to prank. There they themselves, of course, "showed" heroically! wink
  22. lightforcer
    lightforcer 14 October 2011 15: 52 New
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    It's funny, because the elections are coming soon. Saakashvili can no longer be elected, and Nikolas has a low rating. But in the end, it is necessary to fasten the medals to each other.
    1. Tyumen
      Tyumen 14 October 2011 21: 03 New
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      Maybe they swap places? The proud son of France, Saakashvili, to Paris, and the honorary order bearer Sarkozy to Tbilisi?
  23. UAZ Patriot 14 October 2011 20: 20 New
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    Sarkozy dig Napoleon and ask him. what kind of heraem was inserted into his French och --- to in the 12th, and then even crack your tongue if you are a pido --- grow up and lust for this member --- nnn !!!
  24. ballian
    ballian 14 October 2011 21: 32 New
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    They are amused by Internet talkers like ESCANDER, UAZ Patriot .......... and so on .... ... running into Sarkozy - he personally kicked his ass, it would seem to the eternal Kadaf - and from you, nobody talks about the Internet I really didn’t see it.
    1. mitrich
      mitrich 14 October 2011 21: 40 New
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      ballian,
      ESCANDER do not touch, because you are still a son in comparison with him.
    2. Smirnov Vadim 14 October 2011 21: 44 New
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      You probably nobody ass kicked, this idle goof has grown ...
    3. MichaelVl
      MichaelVl 14 October 2011 22: 07 New
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      And you, BILAN, amuse everyone who is listed, a mongrel stinking :)))
      Keep up the good work, for without you it will be boring!
      And yes Bogatir to help you :))))))))))))))
    4. vlbelugin 14 October 2011 22: 10 New
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      He kicked his ass only with his fashion model.
      And that is not a fact.
    5. kosmos84 14 October 2011 22: 15 New
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      you and you like LOSE and normal people do not touch-bilan bought you for ipod2 or even cheaper-for satimorol!
    6. UAZ Patriot 14 October 2011 22: 21 New
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      Oh damn crawled out of the tobacco shop
      1. kosmos84 14 October 2011 22: 25 New
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        actually I supported you, but in return an insult, for what?
        1. Smirnov Vadim 14 October 2011 22: 28 New
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          He wrote ballian. Click on the arrow to the right of the date - it will show the answer to which comment ...
          1. kosmos84 14 October 2011 22: 36 New
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            Sorry, no questions!
        2. UAZ Patriot 15 October 2011 00: 14 New
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          SORI I WRITED TO BILAN! repeat
    7. Nick 14 October 2011 23: 37 New
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      And you are nice to whom personally ass kicked? Eagle you only troll on the Internet.

      Kolyan Sarkozy Kadaf is younger of course, but in a personal meeting, if it had happened, it is not known whose ass would have suffered. Gaddaf is not a Dristun and did not bend under NATO. He can already be respected for this.
  25. MichaelVl
    MichaelVl 14 October 2011 21: 54 New
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    Politics is prostitution. Georgia is not an independent state, it is obvious. The states have done their job and now we have this zat Saakashvili with us ... That is why our bases in Abkhazia and South Ossetia are strengthening and will increase even more as the strength of our country grows, because as a result of the strengthening of Russia, the prostitute Saakashvili will be used the West is becoming more active (and not only Saakashvili, but all the available levers will be activated and activated, as shown by the next maneuver - Sarkozy’s trip and his chatter).
    But none of the commentators (probably forgotten) said that 08.08.08 it was Sarkozy (and not someone else from the Western leaders) who ran after our Dmitry Anatolich and drew up a joint plan to resolve the conflict (what was it called then ... ... " Medvedev-Sarkozy Plan, "in my opinion). Then they called each other friends and fraternized (Medvedev and Sarkozy) ...
    And here they came, the Frenchman “changed his shoes” and has been riding around Georgia like a friend for centuries and criticizing Russia ... Politics, however, is a nasty little thing :) And why? Because Russia is gaining power, and further the confrontation will only increase - we will strive to influence more actively on world politics, and the West will bite us harder - nothing new, everything is simple and clear. The main thing is to keep your nose in the wind, to respond with dignity and to have, and to save strength for this! And we will succeed! I believe in it :)
  26. Nick 14 October 2011 23: 49 New
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    Actually, for the achievements in eating ties in the Guinness book, they write down, but what kind of feats they also give the Order of the Legion of Honor! Alas. I didn’t even guess.
  27. APASUS 15 October 2011 00: 06 New
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    Our presidents do everything in hindsight all the time, they cannot be ahead of the curve. Recognizing South Ossetia and Abkhazia the next day after the unlawful recognition of Kosovo and all the wars would not have happened. Everyone would have been mired in mutual squabbles but, no, we had to wait for an open attack!
  28. Max79 15 October 2011 00: 49 New
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    In my opinion, Sarkozy (a very rare, ugly bastard) completely lost his scent. Have you forgotten that you ... are not Napolen and that you can block the gas at any time? You can always find an excuse. And how did they want the Georgians to make sabotage But did everyone look at it silently? It’s not clear why the special services can’t destroy this Georgian shit-Saakashvili. One crap spoils more than a horse! I watched a film that was made on Saakashvili’s loot ($ 32 million), a little from the chair not e ... zeros when I saw these frames. and anger and laughter ...
  29. Volkhov
    Volkhov 15 October 2011 01: 07 New
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    What are you so aggressive - Georgia at the Black Sea with hydrogen sulfide and on the leeward side (look at the int. About LAKE NIOS), most of the year before the gas chamber, they can do anything, even read my comments.
  30. Maksim
    Maksim 15 October 2011 05: 04 New
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    I don’t like this face, tell me how it is there, but God forbid that Georgia does not enter NATO.
    1. Denis 15 October 2011 14: 56 New
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      and how will it come in? all the "heroes" of NATO are also very cunning ... they don’t accept experiments with territorial claims
  31. Alexei 15 October 2011 19: 14 New
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    Well, Nikolka otbibuchil!)) Probably the West gave the last excuse to go away, support them. The unrest in the Caucasus is necessary, Georgia, saddened by recent events, may slightly perk up and bend again, throwing some muck towards Russia. And Europe will applaud them (It’s possible for them, because they were forcibly divided, imposing separatism). Here she is - the policy of the Hooedites.
  32. kress42rus 16 October 2011 15: 05 New
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    the cuckoo praises the cock for praising the cuckoo, they both fagots dryuchy friend
  33. 50508.8 17 October 2011 01: 38 New
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    Perhaps Marin Le-Pen will be chosen in France, and she is for withdrawing from NATO and for an alliance with Russia.
    1. kosmos84 22 October 2011 10: 53 New
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      still unite with Germany-ALL THE WORLD ON THE KNE SUPPLY!
  34. krymskij 17 October 2011 21: 02 New
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    Washington will contain anyone who has a direct border with Russia, stick into NATO, and Pindos are right there. In general, Zadornov has good on all these issues, everything is in the subject.
  35. baluru72
    baluru72 19 October 2011 10: 29 New
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    To look at Georgia, it seems there can still be divided,
  36. Cochetkov.serzh
    Cochetkov.serzh 19 October 2011 17: 10 New
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    Nobody wants to protect them here and they want to be in NATO wink
  37. Che
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    The gypsy girl again excelled, the Arabs when they kick his ass.