On August 7, 2010, 12:00 noon approximately 50 Georgians gathered in front of the UN headquarters in New York to protest two years of Russian occupation of Georgia. The protest was peaceful and lasted for an hour. Protesters held flags of Georgia and posters like “Russia get out of Georgia” or “Russia gives us back our homes”.
Among all the protesters were IDPs from Abkhazia who have not been in their homes for almost 20 years.
Can you believe that? All that Russian spies buzz turned out to be staged in order to advertise International Spy Museum (ISM) in Washington D.C…… JOKE! But take a look at this, the ISM found a perfect time to remind people of its existence, so they have put out some posters in the D.C. Metro. The advert features one person in several different outfits and it says: Nothing is what it seems, for the truth visit the Spy Museum
D.C. Metro employee sticking a poster on a pillar on July 1, 2010
Most probably during next few days the spy museum will be the favorite place of museum+entertainment lovers.