October 03, 2008

Another Successful Soviet* Occupation Begins

About exactly as you'd expect:

Seven Russian soldiers have been killed and eight others have been injured when a car bomb exploded in the Georgian breakaway region of South Ossetia.

The explosion is refuelling tensions between Russia and Georgia, which less than two months ago went to war over the rebel republic.

The blast occurred near the Russian military headquarters in the South Ossetian capital, Tskhinvali.

The Russian Defence Ministry says the explosives were in a car that had been impounded for inspection.

The force of the blast blew out windows up to 400 metres away.

The Interfax news agency says the Defence Ministry has called the explosion a carefully planned terrorist attack aimed at thwarting the peace plan implemented after Russia's conflict with Georgia in August.

South Ossetian President Eduard Kokoity has been quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying it was a terrorist act and he has no doubt it was carried out by Georgian Special Services.

Retarded islamodouches take note:  It is legitimate to attack enemy soldiers but evil and less productive to murder civilians you are attempting to manipulate with your terror.


Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused Ukrainian officials Friday of sending both weapons and military personnel to Georgia.

While Putin did not directly accuse Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko of authorizing the supplies, he said he suspected Ukraine aided Georgia during the recent military engagement between the two countries, Sky News said.

Putin made the comments while meeting with Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and commented afterward that such supply efforts are a "crime."

"When people and military systems are used to kill Russian soldiers, it's a crime," Putin said.

Umm...  cry me a river you KGB cockswallow.  Sadly, the Ukranian Prime Minister is bowing under the pressure:

Tymoshenko assured Putin that his allegations would be investigated by a parliamentary panel and called for peace in the region, Sky News reported.

"We have seen a very difficult development in Georgia," she told her Russian counterpart. "We would like to see a peaceful settlement of the conflict."

Yeah, the Soviet Union wants to see a peaceful solution to their little satellite problem, too.  The peace of the grave.

I suspect there will effectively be no nation of Urkaine within the next 5 years.  The Soviets stabbed and the West blinked.  Don't think they didn't notice.

* - I'm done using the enemy's euphamism.  I'm calling a commie pinko fuck** a commie pinko fuck from now on.

** - Yes, I'm aware that he's more a thugocrat than a man with an ideology but I feel like using words based on his former life and lets be honest, the commie pinko fucks that ran the Soviet Union weren't exactly ideological purists.  He just doesn't pretend as much.


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