Yep, that’s right, Georgia is on the West Coast. At least that’s what the US Coast Guard must think. The US Coast Guard has docked the US Dallas on the west coast of Georgia. Coast Guard News reports that the US Dallas will be used to transport “humanitarian aid” to Georgians. You know, those Israeli | US trained Georgians the Russians put down when they attacked South Ossetia. The US Dallas departed Crete – yeah, you’re right, Crete is an island near Greece – and docked at Batumi, Georgia, in the Black Sea.
Wait a minute you say, the Black Sea isn’t anywhere near the US west coast.
US Coast Guard Dallas in Georgia
My question is and perhaps your question too, is: What the heck is a US Coast Guard ship doing on the coast of Georgia in the Black Sea instead of guarding our own coasts?
The answer? Meddling in foreign affairs and not taking care of business in its own backyard. And wasting billions of taxpayer’s federal reserve fiat currency at the same time.
If the US taxpayers haven’t had enough of the US meddling in other people’s affairs, Russia has. Russia has issued a war warning to NATO regarding the number of ships in the Black Sea region which has violated the Montreux Convention. We are closer to another war than most Americans realize. But then again, most Americans are quite busy. They have their sports and Oprah and American Idol to keep up with, who has time to keep up with what the US Coast Guard is doing on the west coast of Georgia? Heck, most Americans couldn’t even find the state of Georgia in the United States on a map, never mind the Black Sea or the nation of Georgia.