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Typenation state
Member ofInternational Criminal Court, UN
Georgia/Prime Minister
A former part of the USSR.

Not to be confused with Georgia (State).

Georgia is a nation state in central Asia.


Formerly a part of the USSR.


"A US-funded biomedical laboratory in Georgia may have conducted bioweapons research under the guise of a drug test, which claimed the lives of at least 73 subjects, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement."[1]

Public opinion

An Integrity Initiative internal document reported that

“Conspiracy theories are also widespread. For example, a prominent narrative has been that the Lugar Center, a biological research laboratory in Tbilisi built with US assistance, is developing viruses to destroy Georgian genes.”
 (June 2018) [citation needed]



A World in Flux: The Future of Democracy Europe and the Middle EastConference in Tbilisi, Georgia with a host of spooky participants


Groups Headquartered Here

Coca-Cola1892Beverage company. It forces poor people to use them as replacement for polluted water supplies... that CC caused.
Tbilisi State University8 February 1918The main university in Georgia.


Citizens of Georgia on Wikispooks

Tedo Japaridze18 September 1946Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs who inadvertently exposed Le Cercle by mentioning it on his online biography.
Mamuka Mamulashvili22 April 1978
Josef Stalin18 December 18785 March 1953
Salome Zourabichvili18 March 1952Spooky French diplomat who was parachuted in to become President of Georgia in 2018


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