Northern Distribution Network and US Arms Dealers in Georgia
Joni Simonishvili -Tbilisi Georgia
The U.S. is "demented" now. “Thinking people you shit on are your friends when you need them, what goes around comes around!”
We are shitting all over Russia now. With missiles in Romania and Hillary laughing at our NED and NGO infiltrates fucking with their elections and manufactured discontent protests there.
You think Russia will just roll over and ignore the "hold" [re. this needed transport link] they have over their fake friend USA? And look at the other countries "trust" needed for this transport link. Very dicey proposition; Kyrgyzstan is a mess too, with as many KGB/FSB/GRU agents as CIA over there, in the field, as there are in Georgia and Turkey. From the Eurasia.org news article below:
"The NDN comprises of a rail link starting in Latvia going through Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan; a road route via Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan for goods initially delivered to the Manas Transit Center near Bishkek; and a Caucasus pathway "
“But the real question is whether the NDN can fully compensate for what’s happened in Pakistan. We have a good NDN, but we also have Central Asian roads that are not the best,”
Something is "cracking" in the Empire! The Anglo-US-Israel global Empire; this Northern Distribution Route is faulty logic, wishful thinking, [except the part of transport through Georgia to Turkey via seaport Poti]. Even in Georgia people are starting to understand.
The work ‘Threats of the Development of Ethnic Separatist Terrorism in Georgia and Preventive Measures Against It ’by TSU Assistant Professor and Doctor of Law Giorgi Gorashvili, is the first attempt at a terrorism study in Georgian scientific literature. This work has both practical and theoretical significance. The author has clearly analyzed the social nature of terrorism, from earlier ages to the modern implications of terrorism.
He describes how terrorism differs from war, the activities of partisan movements and other forms of conflict. The first way is in its target. Under international humanitarian law it is prohibited to attack civil society, but civil society is the main target of terrorist groups. Terrorists are likely to attack the Ministry of Interior or national defense forces but their overall strategy is to attack institutions not involved in conducting armed activities. The terrorists’ target is not the armed forces, thus and their common methods do not comply with those acceptable under the rules of war. Rather it can be softer targets, such as port and railway links, and to entail fear in those that support the war in Afghanistan which has great political ramifications at home.
Giorgi Gorashvili points out that many resources provide discussions on the main elements and objectives of terrorism. In discussing terrorist threats against Georgia three main possible forms these may take must be taken into account – state-supported, ethnic-separatist and religious terrorism.
The existence of Islamic terrorism threats in the south of the Russian Federation should be a real concern for Georgia. This concern is quite reasonable, as the establishment of Islamic states in North Caucasus would leave Georgia almost surrounded by Islamic states. The main source of the country’s internal separatism and the activation of radical Islamists is Russia, whose aim is to weaken Georgia’s sovereignty. However, it is obvious that the above mentioned threats cannot be beneficial for Russia either, [or is it]?
By harming Georgia Russia loses a serious partner in the fight against terrorism, or [does it]. Russia’s actions against Georgia run the risk of creating a grey zone in Georgia in which various manifestations of terrorism and organized crime can flourish, and this is done by allowing the NDR to expand, espeically in Georgia. However, it must be careful so not to compromise the national security of the Russian Federation. In consequence, Giorgi Gorashvili believes that the course of action Georgia takes to control the separatist regions is vital [as potential flashpoints] and how this must comprise not only formal monitoring of these regions but their full involvement in the country’s social and economic life.” However, more is involved here than just theory alone, and
Sample of how this system really works:
“So, in principle, the delivery time is eight to ten days. That means they ship it to the shore, then by plane through Koln, ah, Ba… Baku or Tbilisi – Tbilisi. So, and… all together with the weapons, yes? For now, we are only talking about vehicles, so as not to frighten them beforehand.”
Mm-mm. [long pause] what do you need from us so that we can follow your direction? Okay, let’s mention we would agree to have one by _____ let’s say, so uh how do you feel about the success of getting export license in this case, and what do you need from us to start everything.
That being said, there are ways of doing these deals, but it’s at considerable risk to myself, my company, and considerable cost to you guys because it’s not with the license. Does that make sense? Okay, so let’s say we won’t guar… we won’t have export license, but we will get the car to the final destination. Do I understand correct? Car, gun, correct, armament, if that’s what you want? Oh, no conversation has started, now we understand each other. That is, what Ameican is suggesting and they, naturally, are reflecting his thoughts; but they won’t give us the export license. They won’t even deal with it.
http://www.eurasianet.org/node/64650, Afghanistan: presssure is now on Central Asian Supply Route.
But does that include Turkmentistan?
"The shipment have two sets of document” one that goes to the US Company. You guys don’t even have to see that one. Uh, typical contraband approach, that is, he says they will prepare two packets of documents: the product leaves with one and arrives with the other; in your set everything will be correct, just as you requested."
I think there might be a deal with the Russians to help Ivanishvili as part of keeping alive the Northern Distribution Network. Culturally and personally, Ivanishvili is a person the Kremlin can relate to and understand, as Misha is not – and it might be the best protection against terrorist threats from South of the Border, even greater than the Russian army in close proximity. In short the policy stays same, especially in light of the status quo and the Northern Distribution route. You be the judge as how all these things are linked! http://www.cablegatesearch.net/cable.php?id=10TBILISI146
the wikileaks cable is almost two years old. But it shows just how deeply US Ambassador John Bass is in the pocket (s) of the pentagon, and Georgian flinkies, not to mention Dick Chaney, KBR, Halliburton, etc.
(C) WHAT ARE THE MOST VULNERABLE POINTS -- POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, OR PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE -- IN THE HOST COUNTRY THAT, IF CHALLENGED, WOULD AFFECT ITS WILLINGNESS TO CONTINUE NDN COOPERATION WITH THE US? None of the aforementioned potential vulnerabilities affect Georgia's willingness to participate in the Network. Georgia is eager to demonstrate its continued willingness to contribute to the Allied effort in Afghanistan, including by committing a battalion (approximately 750) of troops to serve alongside the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan with no caveats (ref B), so we would not expect any of the factors listed to deter Georgia from participating. BASS
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