Sunday, August 10, 2008

georgia's olympic atrocity: some antidotes to the bbc bias corporation

The BBC reporting on the Georgian atrocity against South Ossetia is frighteningly biased. It is frightening because it requires a purposeful and highly organised intent to lie and twist the truth to produce the anti Russian bias evident in the BBC's reporting.

It is hard to believe that the BBC is really preparing us for war with Russia, but the highly propagandist nature of their reports is so outrageous that it almost seems possible.

Currently the BBC is saying that Russia is invading Georgia and insinuates that Russia has killed 1500 civilians. In fact Georgia murdered 1500 in a massive rocket attack on civilian neighbourhoods of the city of Tskhinvali which is now almost totally destroyed. Russia is not invading Georgia, it is going to the defence of the South Ossetian people who have suffered a murderous attack.

Europe's latest War Criminal

The BM-21 'GRAD' multiple rocket launch system was reportedly used by Georgia in it's surprise night time attack against the residential neighborhoods of Tskhinvali. GRAD means 'hail' in Russian and involves hundreds of rockets fired simultaneously, capable of incinerating entire blocks of city within seconds.

It is even more sickening that this cowardly attack, which was planned well in advance, occurred while the world watched the fireworks in Beijing.

This awful rocket attack on civilians sleeping in their beds makes the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, Europe's latest war criminal, despite all the space BBC News 24 and CNN have given him.

But let roman7927 explain, he does it so much better:

More antidotes to the bbc bias corporation:

Daily Kos: Update on Russian-Georgian conflict in S. Ossetia. + Georgia: oil, neocons, cold war and our credibility.

Comment is Free: Plucky little Georgia? No, the cold war reading won't wash.

Observer: Georgia's volatile risk-taker has gone over the brink.

Russia Today: Russian troops in Tskhinvali to help stop violence.

Slate: Why Can't We Live Together

Global Voices: Georgia, Russia: Cyrillic Bloggers React to the Conflict in South Ossetia.

Republic of South Ossetia: Save the little nation from annihilation.

Fist Full Of Euros: South Ossetia: alea jacta est.

PanARMENIAN.Net is reporting rumours that President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili has had a heart attack. If this is true, hopefully Saakashvili can be kept alive to stand trial for war crimes at the Hague.

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