The mother of all wars

Georgia, the country not the U.S. state, gets attacked by its colossal neighbor with a colossal army in support of two small separatist republics ([1], [2]) for humanitarian reasons, the same “support” that has been brutally denied to a less fortunate neighbor. Like always the Paladin of freedom has come out to pledge support to one of the sides.

The actors are different and set is located elsewhere, but in the end the plot is always the same…

Geogia: Oil pipelines at risk [Telegraph]

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