Middle East Times Aug. 11, 2008 : "The small oil-rich emirate of Kuwait… has reportedly activated its "Emergency War Plan" as a massive U.S. and European armada is reported heading for the region."

Coming on the heels of Operation Brimstone just a week ago that saw U.S., British and French naval forces participate in war games in the Atlantic Ocean, the object of which was to practice enforcing an eventual blockade on Iran, the joint task force is now headed for the Gulf and what could easily turn into a major confrontation with Iran.

This deployment is the largest naval task force from the United States and allied countries to assemble in the strategic waters of the Persian Gulf since the two Gulf wars."

A blockade of Iran would be tantamount to a declaration of war

CNN Aug. 11, 2008: Cheney's spokeswoman Lea Ann McBride: "The vice president told President Saakashvili that Russian aggression must not go unanswered, and that its continuation would have serious consequences for its relations with the United States, as well as the broader international community," McBride said.

Saakashvili has called on the United States and the world community to stop the "intervention and invasion of my sovereign country."

CNN Aug. 11: Harsh words between Russian and US UN Ambassadors in the UN Security Council. “It is boiling over”. Video

The U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Zalmay Khalilzad, told the U.N. Security Council that a Russian-backed military operation in Abkhazia was under way.

Khalilzad told the Security Council that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had told U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice that Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili "must go."
Khalilzad then asked Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin whether the Russians were seeking "regime change" in Georgia with the military operation they launched Friday. In response, Churkin …said that "regime change" was "an American expression."

The EU and Georgia
Now the Russians must be really scared. Here is what the Fabian socialists of the EU (always believing problems can be solved through "dialogue") are threatening the Russians EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS Aug. 11, 2008:
The suspension of EU-Russia negotiations on a new bilateral pact, freezing talks on visa-free travel for Russian citizens and holding back EU humanitarian aid to Chechnya until Russia ends aggression in Georgia could be among ideas debated by EU foreign ministers in Brussels on Wednesday (13 August)!!

Once fighting dies down, the EU may also offer to send policemen - but not soldiers - to help keep the peace in Georgia's breakaway regions and speed up free trade and visa facilitation deals with Georgia and Ukraine, "to show that those countries are not part of a 'grey zone' for Russia to expand [into]," a senior EU diplomat told EUobserver.

"According to our sources, Russia is going to launch a last attack on Georgia with the aim of regime change," the EU diplomatic source said. "I'm afraid the Russians may storm Tbilisi soon.

" No extraordinary meeting of EU leaders is foreseen for now, despite a call by Poland to hold an emergency summit. French president Nicolas Sarkozy will travel "in the coming days" to Moscow to meet Russian president Dmitry Medvedev.

EU and US leaders conducted intensive telephone diplomacy over the weekend, with the US president and the NATO secretary general both criticising Russia's "disproportionate" use of force.

But US practical help has been limited to helping airlift home 2,000 Georgian soldiers from Iraq, while the EU has earmarked €1 million for humanitarian aid.

Der Spiegel Online Aug. 11, 2008 Russia wants to prevent Georgia from joining NATO and it wants to topple Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, the initiator of this policy. Georgia's demands for European solidarity have been refused amid — albeit justified — criticism of the country's democratic shortcomings. Russia is showing its true faceEvery possible form of international pressure must be brought to bear.

In the end it will be up to Washington to show Russia the red line it must not cross, although the threshold for US intervention will be very high.

Times Online Aug. 11, 2008  "This has gone far too far,” said Jim Murphy, Britain's Europe Minister. “There is no excuse for Russia bombing targets outside of those areas, in and around Tbilisi, and also mobilising the Black Sea fleet to go off to the coast of Georgia."

CNN Aug. 11, 2008, 18.00 Central European Time: The Russians are moving deeply into Georgia proper, and the town of Gori (Stalin´s birth place) is falling.

This looks  like a gentleman agreement between Pres. Bush and Vladimir Putin: “You take Georgia – and we will take Iran in the name of the New World Order announced 5 times by my father in 1990-91 ”: "What is at stake is more than one small country, it is a big idea — a new world order… to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind… based on shared principles and the rule of law (whose law?)…. The illumination of a thousand points of light…. The winds of change are with us now.” ( stated in the State of the Union Speech 1991!!!)

1.Accordingly the scheduled EU summit for this week has been canceled. For what is there to discuss, if the match has already been rigged?
2.The timing speaks for it.
Pekin and Jalta: The New World Order at work, agreeing on their spheres of interest

3.Bush and Putin do not stick their heads together in Pekin on Aug. 8, the very day of the Georgian invasion of South Ossetia, if they want to destroy each other a few days later .

4. And I do not consider Pres. Saakashvili of Gergia to be so stupid as to attack Russians without having received secret (false?) promises from the West.

5. In his answer to the US UN-ambassador (see the above Video) the Russian UN- ambassador, Churkin says self-confidently and with a big smile :" I  do not think our good relationship with US is at risk!!

6. At a press conference  on Aug. 11 Pres Bush made no mention of consequences for the Russians for their invasion of Georgia proper.

To this order, its world government, the UN, its task force, the Trilateral Commission, and its army, NATO, it is the goal to see the Union for the Mediterranean extended eastwards through Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan to melt with the South-East Asian Union - and here - under Construction – as the North American Union is being built up. Pres Bush sr. on Febr. 6, 1991: "My vision of a new world order foresees a United Nations with a revitalized peacekeeping function May 12, 1989 — President Bush invited the Soviets to join World Order.

Should this suspicion of mine prove wrong – then we are on the brink of World War III – as said to have been predicted by the illuminist guru, Albert Pike.