Georgia
22.04.2024 Brian Berletic

Throughout the 21st century, the United States has invaded and occupied multiple nations, including Afghanistan in 2001, Iraq in 2003, and Syria in 2014. It has also led to military interventions rendering once prosperous nations into failed states, including Libya from 2011 onward…

21.04.2024 Henry Kamens

Something is in the works in Georgia, besides a unanimous vote on a law that the West does not want. On April 17, the ruling Georgian Dream party passed the “Foreign Agents Law” in its first reading, with 83 votes in favor and none against. The fanfare over the bill is just the beginning of what is to come next, and this is more revealing than the vote itself and the wording of the bill…

11.04.2024 Henry Kamens

Here we go again, all the three- and four-letter agencies have been at work for years in Georgia, relatively in the open, especially those funded by USAID, the US State Department, the EU, and a list of foreign intelligence services. The list goes on and on, and the purpose is clear, to destabilize Georgia’s fledgling democracy under the guise of helping it. The more they attack the proposed draft legislative act that will force NGOs to publicly declare the source of their funding, the more it seems like a good ideal – as it proves why such legislation is needed…

21.02.2024 Henry Kamens

When a politician, even a figurehead one, such as Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili, goes against the official policy of her government, in this case the ruling Georgian Dream Party, by showing up for the recent Munich Security Conference…

07.02.2024 Henry Kamens

Georgia has long been recognized as a transit point for all sorts of illegal trade between Central Asia, The Middle East, and Europe. It is in the direct interest of Western law enforcement and intelligence services to understand this conduit so that they can anticipate goods movements, which can have a drastic impact on both national communities and foreign civil and military deployments. On the 5th of February 2024, the Georgian State Security Service, (SSS) has announced that an attempt to smuggle plastic explosives into Russia by the Daryal Pass had been thwarted…

31.01.2024 Henry Kamens

Nothing is ever what it first appears or is claimed to be! The US deep state and its NGO network of agents continue its assault on Orthodoxy, both in Georgia and Ukraine. Not content with the damage done by the split they have caused in Ukraine, where the “CIA Patriarch” Bartholomew of Constantinople issued an edict of autocephaly creating a new “Orthodox” Church in the war torn country, the US has set its sights on the degradation and destruction of one of the oldest Orthodox Churches outside the Holy Land…

24.01.2024 Henry Kamens

Georgia has played a crucial role as a “bellwether” for unfolding political or geopolitical events, a trend with far-reaching impact that has been evident over the past three decades since the collapse of the USSR. With the conflict in Ukraine losing direction and support from the West, the focus of Western elites is now turning towards Georgia, a small Caucasian nation, but not in a good way. This shift in attention underscores Georgia’s significance in providing insights into broader geopolitical dynamics and reveals how desperate shape the West has found itself…

30.12.2023 Seth Ferris

One only has to search for EU membership status for Georgia and you will realize that the answer is short, NOT MUCH. Even since the timely untimely death, more likely murder, of Zurab Zhvania, the former Georgian PM under unusual circumstances, and his I am Georgia; therefore I am European speech. These words spoken by the late Georgian Prime Minister, Zurab Zhvania, in front of the Council of Europe in 1999. During the speech, he expressed Georgia’s EU aspirations and outlined the country’s foreign policy agenda for the next decade…

21.11.2023 Henry Kamens

This is a very open question, as the EU has proposed granting Candidate status to Georgia. This symbolic act has taken the wind out of the sails of the opposition parties, especially the United National Movement (UNM) who were hoping that the EU would turn down the Caucasian nation’s application due to a list of sins, especially the accusation of the current government having close and cozy relations with Russia…

26.10.2023 Henry Kamens

One of the first things you learn when you go outside into the world as a specialist of International Development, especially if you are from the US, is that the proposed changes to be made by the recipients of US “assistance” are “Not for the Good,” and USAID* has little or nothing to do with “Good Change”, as development is defined by the experts (Robert Chambers) and most developmental agencies are Really up to No Good!  The case study of Georgia since the collapse…

21.09.2023 Henry Kamens

The West is realizing that Ukraine is lost and that they need to be able to pull a white rabbit out of the proverbial hat, or to shift direction and fix the blame. Basically, this means to be able to claim some success from the ruins, which may be “We lost Ukraine, but we saved Georgia from the Russians.” This may help explain some recent headlines in the Georgians media: “A coup à la Euromaidan is being prepared in Georgia” – Security Services Claim. There are also suggested links, or too many coincidences, between…

14.07.2023 Henry Kamens

Reading the latest news by UN, NED (is banned in Russia) funded Georgian media sites, and the international news, or MSM, about the current medical status of Saakashvili, not to mention his political predicament, is comparable to a Red Cross report describing the harsh and brutal conditions in Nazi Concentration Camps. However, those in Georgia, even those in diplomatic circles, know that most of what is being reported is self-inflicted and manufactured, and therefore utterly false. The Western media write as if they are clueless of the history of Saakashvili, as if he is without sin and simply an innocent political victim…