15 August 2008

We can't hear you over the television

What is happening in South Ossetia is a contentious issue. As with most conflicts, there are two sides to the issue. In this case, Russia and Georgia are at odds over a region that originally broke away with Georgia following the fall of the USSR.

But right now, Georgia has the US on their side. They aren't sending troops; they're sending diplomats and the media. And so, whatever Russia's justification, Georgia has the world's sympathy right now, because of the science of speech, propaganda.

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