An Abomination in Russia
Nearly one half of all Georigan soldiers who fought to defend Russia from the Nazi hoards in World War II were killed. 700,000 valiant heroes from the tiny country answered the call to arms, and 300,000 of them perished.
But that was not good enough for Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. The vile, nasty, childish, cowardly, repugnant little “man” refused to allow Georgian soldiers to march through Red Square in celebration of the 65th anniversary of their victory in that great war.
In return, less than half the number of world leaders journeyed to Moscow to celebrate along with Russians compared to the 60th anniversary proceedings. The Russian government was humiliated before the eyes of a slack-jawed world, not once but twice.
What kind of country could be so petty as to scorn selfless efforts to save it from attack by a tiny nation like Georgia? Is Putin really still so consumed with childish rage that Georgia will not do his bidding that he will stoop so low?
Whatever kind of country that is, and words fail us to describe it, we condemn that country. Our revulsion for this dastardly action, which will live in the infamy of Russian history, is total. We cannot imagine how the people of Russia can rise in the morning and look themselves in the mirror after spitting on 300,000 heroic Georgian souls who risked all and received nothing in return but scorn and contempt.
Russia, you have sunk to a new low.