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zzhhst
16-11-2014, 18:00
http://abcnews.go.com/international/wirestory/georgians-protest-russia-abkhazia-province-deal-26935509




http://www.galvestondailynews.com/news_ap/world/article_866a08f0-4901-5173-8059-60b442a2f9ff.html?mode=image&photo=1

FatAndy
16-11-2014, 18:24
http://abcnews.go.com/international/wirestory/georgians-protest-russia-abkhazia-province-deal-26935509

http://www.galvestondailynews.com/news_ap/world/article_866a08f0-4901-5173-8059-60b442a2f9ff.html?mode=image&photo=1
The protesters carried posters saying "Stop Russia!" - exactly. Not in Georgian, not in Russian - in English. As same as in 2008. Their masters have to know how their money spennt. :)

zzhhst
16-11-2014, 18:52
The protesters carried posters saying "Stop Russia!" - exactly. Not in Georgian, not in Russian - in English. As same as in 2008. Their masters have to know how their money spennt. :)

I know was thinking that was strange as well. Perhaps they want the west to be able to understand????

FatAndy
16-11-2014, 19:29
I know was thinking that was strange as well. Perhaps they want the west to be able to understand????
Perhaps. :)

Benedikt
16-11-2014, 19:37
The protesters carried posters saying "Stop Russia!" - exactly. Not in Georgian, not in Russian - in English. As same as in 2008. Their masters have to know how their money spennt. :)



tie biter Saaka. of course he told them what to do. and in the EU and USA no one reads Russian language, would have been a lost cause. therefore English....

FatAndy
17-11-2014, 09:51
tie biter Saaka. of course he told them what to do. and in the EU and USA no one reads Russian language, would have been a lost cause. therefore English....
Doesn't he satisfied wih fresh ties for breakfast in US? ;) Maybe you may drop him a couple of hints about where to find good Georgian ones there?

Fantastika
17-11-2014, 20:39
I don't see photos of any "30,000" people marching in Tbilisi. Looks like 3000.

There is this one from Azernews:

http://www.azernews.az/region/73300.html

http://www.fairbrothers.com/expatphotos/tb2.jpg

However, that photo is of the same crowd that gathered in 2008, not 2014. Reuters used that photo in a June, 2104 story, to support another anti-Russian piece:

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/10/us-moldova-georgia-idUSKBN0EL1BP20140610

http://www.fairbrothers.com/expatphotos/tb1.jpg

FatAndy
18-11-2014, 10:28
Ouch! The photo resembles me Kiev a bit. 2008, you said? Will they jump and organise SakaMaidan there this year? :suspect:

Fantastika
18-11-2014, 13:04
Ouch! The photo resembles me Kiev a bit. 2008, you said? Will they jump and organise SakaMaidan there this year? :suspect:
It's the same 2008 crowd in both photos, just turn the second one 90 degrees to the left.

Saka only has 9 eggs in his carton. ("An order of Fries short of a Happy Meal" or "He's not firing on all cylinders") :nut: