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Um, excuse me, but your slip is showing

Love the illustration via s o s.

The situation with Georgia has really generated a ton of great and interesting analysis. One thing is clear: both Obama and McCain are tied in via their advisers. To those who scoff at NWO-type theories, I'm afraid this offers quite compelling evidence that actions are indeed coordinated at some supra-level.
Saakashvili is a protégé and creature of Zbigniew Brzezinski, the foreign policy boss of the Barack Obama presidential campaign. As is explained in my book Obama- The Postmodern Coup: The Making of a Manchurian Candidate, Saakashvili was brought to power in 2003-2004 by a people power coup or CIA color revolution, directed by the Brzezinski clan and financed by George Soros, one of Obama's key financial backers. In a very real sense, it is the Obama campaign which has attacked Russia in South Ossetia.

There are telltale signs that he played a similar role in the recent Georgia flare-up. How else to explain the folly of his close friend and former employer, Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, in ordering an invasion of the breakaway region of South Ossetia, an invasion that clearly was expected to produce a Russian counterreaction? It is inconceivable that Saakashvili would have triggered this dangerous escalation without some assurance from influential Americans he trusted, like Scheunemann, that the United States would have his back. Scheunemann long guided McCain in these matters, even before he was officially running foreign policy for McCain’s presidential campaign.

So in other words, both McCain and Obama are on the same team. See? The election is a complete waste of time, nothing but a giant distraction to keep the American people from understanding what is happening, and who is driving the bus, and where we're going. But the word is out there. I have found the work of these sites invaluable during the past couple of weeks:

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