January 31, 2006

CALL ME CRAZY but this report makes me deeply suspicious:

TBILISI, Georgia, Jan. 30, 2006 (AP Online delivered by Newstex) — Iran started exports of natural gas to Georgia on Monday in answer to Tbilisi’s appeal for help for its severe energy shortage, and Georgia’s president vowed to reduce his U.S.-allied nation’s energy dependence on Russia.

Mysterious explosions Jan. 22 on the Russian pipeline network that transports gas into Georgia cut off supplies to the ex-Soviet Caucacus Mountain state, leaving millions of Georgians shivering in their homes in bitterly cold temperatures.

“Mysterious explosions,” eh?

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