Is Georgia A Source For Terrorists?

For quite awhile now the Russian and Georgian press has been hinting at an issue that may come to a boil. Steam has been vented over the facts that Georgia may be training and permuting terrorist camps within the Georgian boundaries…

Remember that even the Georgian press is writing about this also…

The latest terrorist attack that hit Vladikavkaz has been stressed as a possible Georgia related terrorist attack. The Russian news is awash with…

Russian special forces can’t rule out Georgia’s being privy to the blast in Vladikavkaz…

The message was spread by the Moskovskiy Komsomolets, Ekho Moskvy reports. According to  the media, after the failed aggression in 2008 Tbilisi got a reason to struggle against Ossetians, and the blast was aimed to reveal the fragileness of Ossetian stability. Plus…

Also in March 2010, after two terrorist attacks in Moscow metro, Nikolai Patrushev, the Security Council Secretary, also claimed of the “Georgian Trace” in the terrorist crime…

I am watching this developing and thought I would make a mention of it here. That way when the Western press finally does exploit it as a “Poor Georgia” issue then you know that this is nothing new…

This is an old issue and problem and generates out of the heart of Georgia, Tbilisi…

Thoughts about guerrilla warfare brought Tbilisi to terrorism camps:
Apprehensions about a whole network of special camps on militants training being created with the active participation of Mikheil Saakashvili’s regime have been voiced for a long time. If Tbilisi ignores the latest signals coming from Moscow and rejects the issue in its customary manner, the outcome of the situation may be sad for Georgian political elite.
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