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Pro-Western overthrow in Georgia in preparation

Updated: Mar 16

The "Valued West" is in the process of preparing an overthrow of the current government in Georgia in favor of a pro-Western regime.

The scenario is similar to the "Maidan Revolution" in Ukraine, which was significantly financed by the "Valued West".

For some time, Georgia has had serious problems with the activities of some foreign-funded non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In an attempt to curb their activities, the government of Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili passed a law requiring organizations that receive at least 20 percent of their funding from abroad to register with the authorities.

The government in Tbilisi was guided in this law by guidelines in force in the U.S. with similar provisions. so far, everything would not be a problem, but now comes the big "but."

Some of the NGOs in Georgia are primarily financed by the well-known and notorious protagonists from the USA. Of course, they now see their invested capital in danger.

Clashes in Georgia - A second Ukraine in preparation

Because the government in Tbilisi is also strongly opposed to the agitation and warmongering against Russia initiated by the Valued West, the NGOs and their backers are now mobilizing against Garibashvili.

Last Tuesday evening, pro-Western radicals attempted to storm parliament. Georgia's President Salome Zurabishvili, who was present at a meeting of the UN in New York that evening, is making me the stirrup holder of the subversives. She claims that the new NGO law is based on a roughly similar law in Russia, and that the Garibashvili government has taken the law there as a basis.

This is not entirely false, because there are very similar legal provisions in the USA as well as in Russia and many other countries. However, Zurabishvili does not mention this.

In any case, this "lady" should be treated with caution. Before she became a Georgian citizen, she - who was born in France - was a French diplomat and France's ambassador to Georgia until 2004.

It was not until the reign of Mikhail Saakashvili that she became a citizen of Georgia and its foreign minister. Zurabishvili is said to be close to financially powerful groups in the country, which have repeatedly attracted attention through actions against the current government and are massively campaigning for the country's rapprochement with the West.

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