DEATH THREAT: Georgian PM says EU Commissioner threatened him with 'the fate of Robert Fico' as US steps up pressure against 'foreign agents law' | The Gateway expert

Just between you and me – behind all the international controversies involving the Soviet Republic of Georgia, there is legislation that is absolutely common sense and has equivalents in the US and many other Western countries.

So it is disingenuous to call it “Russian law” or to say that it is “Russian inspired.”

The proposed law requires media and NGOs to register as 'pursuing the interests of a foreign power' if they receive more than 20% of their funding from abroad, similar to the US Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).

We started treating the problem with: WATCH – Major brawl erupts in Georgian parliament as members exchange opposes 'foreign agents' law.

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Georgia seems ready for a color revolution.

Later, as the protests escalated, it became clear what was happening, and the international puppeteers led the crowd: COLOR REVOLUTION IN GEORGIA – Globalist NGOs fuel mass protest against 'Foreign Agent Bill' that mandates disclosure of funding sources of same organizations.

The foreign agents law was approved in three parliamentary votes and was vetoed by Georgia's pro-EU president Salome Zurabishvili, a “traitor to the Caucasian nation” in the words of the conservative prime minister. It is widely expected that Parliament will override the presidential veto in a new vote.

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Demonstrations have become considerably smaller.

For now, the riots in front of Parliament are subsiding, but political pressure is building like crazy: the threat of US sanctions, the threat of the EU crushing the country's ascension prospects, and now – it seems – even assassination threats are on the way order of the day. in the game.

It appears that one of the European Commissioners, Hungarian Oliver Varhelyi, Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement, has threatened Georgian Prime Minister Kobakhidze with the fate of Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, who was recently the victim of an assassination attempt.

This was posted on the official Facebook page of the Georgian government: “Even against the backdrop of years of blackmail, the threats made in a telephone conversation with one of the European Commissioners were striking.

In his conversation with me, the European Commissioner in particular listed a number of measures that Western politicians could take after overcoming the veto on the transparency law, and while listing these measures he said: 'You have seen what happened to Fi has happened.сoh you have to be very careful,” the post claims.

Reuters reported:

“Oliver Varhelyi, EU Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement, said his comments on the attack on Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico had been taken out of context.”

There you have it: the European Union uses scare tactics to increase pressure on Tbilisi to drop the law, then pretends it was “misunderstood.”

“Varhelyi said in a statement that he wanted to tell Kobakhidze not to inflame passions and the assassination attempt in Slovakia “was made as an example and as a reference to what such a high level of polarization can lead to in a society, even in Europe” .

“I regret that part of my telephone conversation was not only completely taken out of context, but also presented to the public in a manner that could give rise to a complete misinterpretation of the original intended purpose of my telephone conversation,” said Varhelyi .”

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Battle in Parliament: Majority expected to override presidential veto on law.

The ruling Georgian Dream party has the numbers in parliament to override President Zourabichvili's veto in a vote next week.

Georgian Dream, which says it still wants to join both the EU and NATO, claims the law is necessary to protect Georgian sovereignty.

The West wants Georgia to open a 'second front' against Russia. Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze said this.

Intel Slava reported:

“Since the beginning of 2022, there has been serious interest in opening a 'second front' in Georgia, which would weaken Russia's position, but this would destroy our country. This interest still exists,” Kobakhidze said, commenting on the West's dissatisfaction with Georgia's law on foreign agents.

He believes that in today's world there exists a 'global war party' that 'is not interested in the fate of Georgia and its interest lies only in weakening Russia's position'.”

Washington has started firing on all cylinders in its attempt to get the Georgian government to ignore the foreign agents law.

Sputnik reported:

“State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said Washington is 'deeply disappointed' by the law. White House National Security Communications Advisor John Kirby expressed deep concerns, claiming the bill could “suppress” dissent and freedom of expression. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan wrote on X that the US is “deeply disturbed by the democratic backsliding in Georgia.”

Twenty-nine US lawmakers wrote a letter to Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze on May 10, urging him to withdraw the legislation because it will “impose control on the very same partners” who have supported Georgia's transatlantic integration. The letter expressed support for the nationwide “peaceful protests.”

US Congressmen have threatened to reconsider US financial aid, extend the visa ban and impose financial sanctions on Georgian officials if the bill is not withdrawn, a colonial-style violation of Georgia's sovereign right to pass its own laws and to pursue an independent policy.”

Read more:

Georgian mass protests: USAID and George Soros pull the strings of the color revolution

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