Georgia: Thousands Protest Law That Would Make Their Country Slightly Harder to Subvert

Georgia has been a weird battleground between the people of the country and the Americans. This has been going on for quite a while.

America goes into your country and tells women, students, and sexual deviants what to do using super-emotional propaganda, and then makes you look like the bad guy simply for trying to defend your own country.


Violent clashes erupted between protesters and police in Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, on Tuesday as the country’s parliament continued debating a controversial “foreign agents” bill, criticized by Western and domestic opponents as authoritarian and Russian-inspired.

The bill, dubbed “the Russian law” by critics due to parallels with legislation used by the Kremlin to crack down on dissent, has been reintroduced for debate by the ruling Georgian Dream party, after it was dropped last year amid a wave of protests.

The legislation, which would require organizations that accept funds from abroad to register as foreign agents or face fines, has been criticized by Western countries, including the US and Britain, and seen by rights groups as an attempt to curtail basic freedoms in the country.

Imagine that this law is opposed by people who spent years screeching about how Putin posted memes about Hillary on Facebook.

“Second night of massive protest in Tbilisi against the Russian Law,” Georgia’s President Salome Zourabichvili said in a post on social media on Tuesday.

“Insistence of the authorities to push through this law against the will of the population and despite partners protest is a direct provocation – a Russian strategy of destabilization,” said Zourabichvili, who has vowed to repeal the law if it crosses her desk.

The people demand that foreign agents not be registered!

It is the will of the people that all foreign agents be allowed to operate in total secrecy!

Note: The US has a “Foreign Agents Registration Act” (FARA) that they actually charge people under, but demands no other country have this. It’s similar to the American censorship regime – they censor everyone, especially Andrew Anglin, while demanding other countries allow American filth to pour into their internet tubes.

The Georgian Dream party, which has been pushing for the law, has the parliamentary majority which could override a presidential veto.

Videos shared on activist Telegram channels and news agencies showed riot police trying to clear demonstrators from the area around the parliament. In the videos, police could be seen grabbing protesters by the clothes and firing what appeared to be water cannons.

Dramatic scenes unfolded inside the ex-Soviet country’s parliament a day earlier, as Georgian television showed the leader of the Georgian Dream party, Mamuka Mdinaradze, being punched in the face by opposition lawmaker Aleko Elisashvili. A wider brawl between several lawmakers followed.

Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have denounced the “foreign agents” law, saying if adopted, it would also “impose additional onerous reporting requirements, inspections, and administrative and criminal liability, including up to five years in prison for violations.”

The legislation is “incompatible with international human rights law and standards that protect the rights to freedom of expression and association,” Human Rights Watch warned.


It’s about human rights???

It’s just whatever. Everything is whatever. Nothing that these people say means anything. It is all just a bunch of gibberish. This gibberish will switch back and forth, spin around, and then start blinking wildly, causing seizures for epileptics.

This gibberish is designed to dazzle the witless.

You can’t argue with it, because it has no inherent meaning, and if you start an argument against it, all of a sudden it transforms into something else entirely.