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Why would Eduard Shevardnadze show so much concern for jews who represent less than 0.2% of the population of Georgia, unless he himself was a jew?  Why would jews be so ecstatic that Eduard Shevardnadze was made president unless he himself was a jew?  This storming of the parliament by the people is an honest attempt by Christians to take back their country, their heritage, and their pride from the jews who ran them into the ground, just as they're now doing here.

Why does our "news" media continue to REFUSE to identify jews in such stories, while making a HUGE point about Scott Peterson being White?


The vast majority of Georgian Jews voted for Eduard Shevardnadze in the presidential elections held in Georgia at the beginning of the week. This is the estimate of Victor Kaplansky, head of the Jewish Agency delegation in Georgia. The 72-year old Shevardnadze, was this week elected to a second term in the presidency with an 80% majority.

For the last decade, the Jews of Georgia have held President Shevardnadze in high regard due to his warn relations with the Jewish community. The president always emphasizes that he considers himself to be an old friend of the Jewish people. He maintains close ties with public figures in Israel and makes occasional visits to Israel.

Last year Shevardnadze participated in the celebrations marking 2,600 years of Jewish settlement in Georgia and expressed his support for activities organized by the Jewish Agency and other Jewish organizations operating in his country.

According to Jewish Agency estimates, there are currently 8,000 Jews in Georgia, mostly in the capital, Tbilisi. The Georgian Jews are generally strict in maintaining Jewish tradition and customs.

Two main synagogues operate in Tbilisi - an Ashkenazi and a Georgian synagogue, at which the Sephardi tradition. According to Kaplansky, more than 1,000 people gathered at the Georgian synagogue last Yom Kippur. The city also boasts a Jewish school - Tiferet Zvi - directed by Georgia's Chief Rabbi Ariel Levin. Most of the pupils at the school are involved in Jewish Agency educational activities and many graduates of the school make aliyah within the framework of JAFI youth programs.

The Jewish Agency runs a youth club and three Hebrew learning centers in Georgia, which together cater to 400 students. In 1999 1045 olim arrived in Israel from Georgia.

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Georgia Protesters Storm Parliament, Seek New Poll

Nov. 22 — By Margarita Antidze

TBILISI (Reuters) - Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze declared a state of emergency Saturday after opposition protesters proclaiming a "velvet revolution" stormed parliament, forcing the veteran leader to flee.

In scenes reminiscent of the "people power" protests in eastern Europe in 1989, tens of thousands of Georgians demanding Shevardnadze quit power took to the streets of the capital Tbilisi while troops stood aside.

As Georgia plunged deeper into crisis, the main opposition leader said Shevardnadze, whom he accuses of rigging elections and ruining the country through years of misrule, could stay on only if it was to call early fresh elections.

"The victory has almost been accomplished," Mikhail Saakashvili told thousands of supporters outside parliament.

He told CNN television: "We won't accept anything short of (an early election). If he announces for himself some transitional period for new presidential elections, that's fine. If he wants to call (them), we can still negotiate on that.

"It's a corrupt regime, he stole the election, he ignored the will of the people -- What else do you want us to do? We told him: 'Your time is up. Either you submit to the will of the people, or you're out.' And he's out."

"It's a bloodless, a velvet revolution," he said, recalling Czechoslovakia's peaceful overthrow of communism in 1989.

And he backed fellow opposition leader and parliamentary speaker Nino Burdzhanadze who declared she was taking on the functions of the president in the Caucasus state of five million until the crisis was resolved.

Culminating two weeks of street demonstrations, protesters had thronged into parliament where they clambered onto the podium, dancing, shouting and waving national flags in delight.


Shevardnadze, 75, had been addressing the inaugural session of a parliament elected on November 2, but had to flee to his home on the outskirts of the city where he was protected by bodyguards and special forces.

"This is an attempt at a coup d'etat and an attempt to overthrow the president," he told reporters in his garden.

"I cannot do it any other way now. I'm declaring a state of emergency. This is a special order and the Defense Ministry as well as the Interior Ministry will be involved in it. And we will restore order."

"Looking at these people it is possible a civil war could break out. I have allowed too much liberalism...It is a crime against the people and the motherland. I won't allow it."

Four armored personnel carriers, more than 10 buses and minibuses with soldiers later took up positions outside Georgia's Interior Ministry.

Shevardnadze formally has another year and a half in office.

"This is a parliament. We are not in the street. Let all Georgia see what is happening," he had said in parliament amid chaotic scenes before his bodyguards hustled him away.

Fistfights broke out for a time between his supporters and opposition.

The Kremlin said Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov would go to Georgia after President Vladimir Putin consulted other leaders of ex-Soviet states on the situation, but did not say when.

After the state of emergency, the United States urged both sides to refrain from violence and start a dialogue.


Opposition leaders accuse Shevardnadze of dragging Georgia into ruin through years of misrule.

Burdzhanadze told reporters: "I, as chairman of the Georgian parliament, in accordance with the constitution, will take on the functions of the president until such time as it becomes clear whether he has the ability to continue."

She is the speaker of the former parliament and it was not clear whether she officially still held the position.

A pro-president rally vanished as soon as the opposition took the parliament.

Most Shevardnadze supporters had been brought by bus or train from the Black Sea Adzhara region, whose hardline leader, Aslan Abashidze, has made a loose alliance with Shevardnadze.

Georgia's communist party boss and leader for nearly all the post-Soviet period has been uncompromising in his stance, refusing to be pushed from office by the demonstrators.

Any trouble could threaten a planned oil pipeline through Georgia from neighboring Azerbaijan to Turkey.

Washington has called for an independent investigation into what it said was massive fraud at the election.

Thursday, officials confirmed the victory of two blocs loyal to Shevardnadze, prompting warnings from Georgia's Security Council secretary that more protests could plunge the country into worse chaos than the civil war in the early 1990s. (Additional reporting by Elizabeth Piper, Niko Mchedlishvili)



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ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

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millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
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serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
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