Friday, August 22, 2008

Competence Of Plucky Little Allies May Now Be Questioned

Years of the US teaming up with these stooges paid off handsomely, for the Russians.

Georgian forces with military secrets blunder into Russian hands

"An elite group of Georgian special forces drove into the "Russian-occupied" Poti on 5 U.S. military Hummers this week. The vehicles were carrying explosives, firearms and top-secret satellite technology — the pride of NATO generals.
The Russian military learned the special forces were approaching the city long before their arrival. Their movement was detected by satellite and reports had been received from local Georgians angered by Saakashvili's recent military actions.
According to Russian officials, they didn't expect that a key unit of Georgian intelligence trained by top NATO specialists would drive directly into their hands. The Georgian officers were overtaken without causalities.
"We knew there was a lot of negligence going on in the Georgian army, but not to this degree," one well-known, highly-positioned Russian general told me, who didn't want to reveal he is currently stationed in Georgia."
"It's likely NATO will have to re-encode their entire military and space system after the operation, which will be costly."


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