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w.meijerink
11-08-2008, 10:18
The dutch government send to day a special plane to Turkey and busses to GeorgiŽ to pick up the 60 dutch people who lives and works in GeorgiŽ
Only the dutch consul and militair attache will stay longer to protect the dutch consulate.
This is not good news!!!

Adamodeus
11-08-2008, 10:39
The dutch government send to day a special plane to Turkey and busses to GeorgiŽ to pick up the 60 dutch people who lives and works in GeorgiŽ
Only the dutch consul and militair attache will stay longer to protect the dutch consulate.
This is not good news!!!

I'm sure they're just being careful. I don't think foreign consulates have to worry. There's no way in hell Russia will go into Tbilisi. Although it is worrisome that some people actually think this is a possibility.

Willy
11-08-2008, 10:42
I'm sure they're just being careful. I don't think foreign consulates have to worry. There's no way in hell Russia will go into Tbilisi. Although it is worrisome that some people actually think this is a possibility.

It is, it is.

DOUBLEDEE
11-08-2008, 13:30
Yesterday I put a Khussar Iryston flag on my car.

Transparent Theatre
11-08-2008, 14:33
The British Govt yesterday amended its Advice To Travellers, and suggested that anyone "without urgent reasons to remain in Georgia" should leave the country immediately.

Britain is America's loyal poodle, and keen to support the Neocons who have paid for Mr Saakashvili's rise to power, and for his army. (Britain also had military advisors in Georgia for a while, in fact).

So the chance to "make a noise" and smear Russia's reputation will not have escaped Her Majesty's Loyal American Allies.

Bels
11-08-2008, 15:09
The British Govt yesterday amended its Advice To Travellers, and suggested that anyone "without urgent reasons to remain in Georgia" should leave the country immediately.

Britain is America's loyal poodle, and keen to support the Neocons who have paid for Mr Saakashvili's rise to power, and for his army. (Britain also had military advisors in Georgia for a while, in fact).

So the chance to "make a noise" and smear Russia's reputation will not have escaped Her Majesty's Loyal American Allies.

It's BULLDOG!! , not poodle Get it right. The poodle Tony Blair has long gone.

TGP
11-08-2008, 15:34
The first foreigners who hastily left Georgia were American numerous consultants of Saak. There were something like 150 of them.

Adamodeus
11-08-2008, 18:30
It's BULLDOG!! , not poodle Get it right. The poodle Tony Blair has long gone.

And Gordon Brown is more boring that John Major... :7525:

Willy
12-08-2008, 14:34
It's BULLDOG!! , not poodle Get it right. The poodle Tony Blair has long gone.



You sure it's not a Lapsoassh@le?

Transparent Theatre
12-08-2008, 20:37
You sure it's not a Lapsoassh@le?

ROFL!

Willy
12-08-2008, 20:45
The dutch government send to day a special plane to Turkey and busses to GeorgiŽ to pick up the 60 dutch people who lives and works in GeorgiŽ
Only the dutch consul and militair attache will stay longer to protect the dutch consulate.
This is not good news!!!



Russias love Dutch people, they would never hurt any!

Just put on your football jersey and you'll all be safe!

w.meijerink
12-08-2008, 21:02
Russias love Dutch people, they would never hurt any!

Just put on your football jersey and you'll all be safe!

It don't help always, one houre before ending the war a dutch reporter was dead after bombing full of reporters, 5 dead, 30 wounded.

w.meijerink
12-08-2008, 21:04
Amsterdam/Gori, Georgia - A Dutch cameraman for television channel RTL was killed and his colleague wounded in a Russian bombardment of the Georgian city of Gori, RTL confirmed Tuesday.

Cameraman Stan Storimans, 39, was fatally hit when the convoy he was driving in was shelled by Russian mortar fire. Reporter Jeroen Akkermans sustained leg wounds, as was their vehicle's Georgian driver.

Akkermans condition was described as stable, according to Dutch news reports. A Greek reporter in the vehicle was unharmed, according to Georgian news reports.

Gori eyewitnesses recounted conflicting versions of the incident to a Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa reporter, some saying Storiman's vehicle had been hit by cannon fired by a ground attack aircraft, and others reporting the journalist's vehicle had come under ground machine gun fire as it drove through Gori's main town square.

Russian aircraft using rockets or bombs had been carrying out periodic attacks on vehicles in the vicinity during the morning of the attack. Most of the strikes took place shortly after dawn.

Almost all Russian aerial attacks in the Gori region had been launched from aircraft flying at substantial altitude, and using precision-guided weapons. The Russian air force appeared to be concentrating on military targets, Gori residents said.

Dutch foreign affairs minister Maxime Verhagen summoned the Russian ambassador in The Hague following the incident.

Dutch European Affairs minister Frans Timmermans has requested the Georgian ambassador in The Hague for assistance to repatriate Storiman's body and the injured Akkermans as soon as possible.

The Dutch government has formally condemnded what it called 'the excessive use of violence' in Georgia by all parties.

A government spokesman said the Dutch support a 'political, not a military solution' to the conflict about the Georgian break-away province of South-Ossetia.