Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 19, 2008
With the recent cease-fire between Russian and Georgian troops apparently in effect, news reports on the violence still lack a clarity that can only be given by those in the midst of the violence- until now. The 24-hour news site Xfusenews.com, a forum based U.S. based independent news site is now offering an opportunity for a voice to all those effected by the recent war without any government spin or propaganda. Xfusenews is hoping their recent community style forum for South Ossetians and Russians and Georgians around the globe will shed light on what is truly happening in the war torn Georgain region.
On Saturday the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed a cease-fire arrangement just one day after Medvedev's Georgian counterpart, President Mikhail Saakashvili, grudgingly settled to the accord after prolonged talks with the U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. According to widespread reports from news agencies around the globe, it was on August 8th that Georgia launched a substantial onslaught to try to take control of South Ossetia, a separatist region of Georgia which is Russian-backed, and by signing the cease-fire both forces agreed to pull back to positions they maintained before the eruption of fighting began.
It is the often times second-hand reporting and somewhat obvious government propaganda which lacks any first-hand populous accounts and has prompted Xfusenews.com to create a community forum for real accounts to be heard, as well as an avenue for South Ossetians and Russians and Georgians around the globe to communicate without fear. Many Russian and South Ossetian and Georgian immigrants here in the United States are witnessing the recent war in their homeland through US media outlets and wondering what is true and what is, in their opinion, fabricated truth generated by government spin. There is a report surfacing through Russian media sources regarding the killing of over 1500 South Ossetian civilians, many of whom were woman and children: "when the shelling started the Georgian troops would wait until the South Ossetians would retreat to their basements [as they have done for years during similar attacks] and then the Georgian Army regulars would throw grenades into the basements of the houses or open fire on the civilians crowded inside their tiny basements."
If this report holds true then it is more evidence of some of the most gruesome and unthinkable acts of this war committed by the Georgian Army and due to the liberation of South Ossetia by Russian Army go heavily under-reported or not reported at all. Due to this, XFusenews.com wishes to utilize their community forum as a vehicle for true accounts to be unveiled and for humanitarians around the globe to witness first- hand accounts of the tragedies looming over the fear struck citizens of South Ossetia and Georgia.
Xfusenews.com is a 24-hour news site created as a forum based online community to where the voices of all can be heard on all of the latest news events surrounding the globe. In the past Xfusenews.com has gained publicity for their opinion polls on politics, pop culture, national and international news. Including such events as the grass roots campaigning of Ron Paul for Presidency as well as the ordeal of Dog the Bounty Hunter and his private conversation with his son which ended up costing Dog his A&E television show "Dog The Bounty Hunter". Interestingly, it was the poll and substantial results of the poll conducted by XFusenews.com on "Should Dog loose his show" which prompted a protest by his fans outside the New York City A&E Network headquarters.
For additional information on the news that is the subject if this release and learn more about xfusenews.com regarding their recently created online community for those affected by the Russian - Georgian war please contact Editor Joshua Johnson at 813-425-3796 or visit http://www.xfusenews.com.