Georgia – Another Poke at the Bear

The country of Georgia is tiny. In fact it is 121st in size – behind Ireland. It’s a little bit larger than West Virginia, and smaller than South Carolina. In fact, the US State of Georgia is more than TWICE the size of the COUNTRY of Georgia. But, the global impact of this tiny country, right now, is greater than all of those US states – combined.

Right now, this tiny country is being used by the global elites to poke Russia in an extremely vulnerable area. The Chechen Republic is a part of Russia, and they’ve been trying to break away since 1991. That fractious republic lies right on the border with Georgia.

A lot of Russians have died in Chechnya, and Russia is NOT interested in having a powerful and potentially hostile entity on the border with Chechnya, potentially feeding arms and ammunition to rebels who want to kill more Russians.

Do you have the feeling that there’s something going on?

Yeah. Me too.


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Georgia – Another Poke at the Bear

Remember what I said about Ukraine?

Mountains have been one of the most effective barriers to invasion in all of history, and Russia suffers from an extreme lack of them. In fact, Russia is flat – very, very flat. And, the Mongols used that ‘flatness’ to dominate Russia.

Well, Russia allowed Georgia to become independent because it sat on the OTHER side of the Caucasus Mountains. As long as Georgia didn’t make trouble and stayed on THEIR side of the mountains, everything was going to be fine. Of course, that’s not what happened.

In 2008, the US-armed and trained army of Georgia invaded South-Ossetia. The reasons for that are complicated, but the main point is that (rightly or wrongly) a US-backed entity invaded invaded a province backed by Russia. And, Russia pushed back by invading Georgia.

Georgia and Russian Territories Just North of GeorgiaGeorgia and Russian Territories Just North of Georgia

What this means is that Russia has a problem on their southern border, in addition to Chechnya. Worse the problems in Chechnya probably run through Georgia. Do you remember the finger that Bandar bin Sultan waved in the face of Putin?

That finger runs straight through Georgia and into the rebel camps in Chechnya. This is a big problem for Putin, and the US and the EU want Putin to have big problems. But, the US is pushing for those problems to get much, much bigger.

The US Pushes for Georgia to Enter NATO

As I said yesterday, Georgia has wanted to join NATO for a long time. It has an even stronger desire now, and it has done everything possible to eliminate all barriers to joining. It’s even possible that all their efforts have made them the least corrupt nation in Central Asia (which isn’t saying much).

Enter GodBlessAmerica. They’ve already caused serious geopolitical problems for Russia in Ukraine, and now they are threatening to cause even more problems in Georgia by pushing for Georgia to enter NATO. I have already speculated about the reasons why they are doing all of this, but the big question now is what Russia will do.

Putin undoubtedly knows what the US and the EU are doing, and he’s been pretty cool about it. And, I believe that we can expect Putin to continue being ‘cool about it’. So, what are the ‘cool options’ that Putin can use to respond to this foolishness?

Well, first off, he can strengthen already strong ties with Iran. Second, he can start making overtures to countries in Africa – especially North Africa. Think of this as pushing back – a counter blow, if you will – in response to Euro-American actions. But, those two options look very familiar…

…And, they should…

…because that’s the Gog and Magog alliance,
straight out of Ezekiel 38 and 39.

Are you ready for this?
(Seriously, think about clicking that link.)


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