Again double standards - what is acceptable for Russia is not acceptable for Georgia. It was acceptable to have "anti-terrorist" operations in Chechnya, kill and torture lots of civilians, make them flee from their homes (btw Georgia sheltered lots of Chechen refugees), but it's unacceptable if Georgia tries to defend its territorial integrity, its citizens and all civilians who were forced to apply for Russian citizenship just a couple of years ago. It's ok if Russia defends territorial integrity of Serbia but it's a tragedy for this big country if Georgia strives to maintain its unity. Moreover, Russia did not stop on openly backing up South Ossetian separatists' but now it's actually bombing towns all over Georgia. Casualties and deaths are being reported far outside the conflict region. In Senaki (town, western Georgia) even shelters of IDPs from Abkhazia were bombed and people got killed. In Gori (eastern Geo) people are being are evacuated as most of the residential areas were recently bombed. ..Same goes on in Gori - residential areas bombed and people being evacuated. We might have the same situation in the capital, Tbilisi tonight. If we tolerate this, if EU tolerates this, if NATO tolerates this - YOUR COUNTRY CAN BE NEXT!