Tinfoil hat, drugs, lots of beer. Step away from the computer, radio, tv for a while. These all might help.
I have a wild imagination, but I think your theory is nuts.
Think again. Geopolitics is chess, not checkers.
Politics today are not just based on who has the biggest military but who controls the supply of what economies need, especially when it is short supply. And that necessity today is energy -- oil and gas.
There are three key elements to the energy game -- source, control and the energy supply routes.
Right now Russia's sole power in Europe is not its military, it is that Russia supplies Europe with 40% of its gas and and oil. And Russia has increased its power with Gazprom deals that cross Eastern Europe. We, in turn, have tried to compete with that with the Nabucco oil pipeline that brings Caspian sea oil in via a different route that bypasses Russia. One of those non-Russian routes runs through, guess where? Georgia!!!! And what was one of the first things that Russia took out when it attacked Georgia? That pipeline!
But this "humanitarian aid" that we are using the US Secretary of Defense and the US Military to deliver(?) has now given us an excuse to plant ourselves right in that main-hub transit neighborhood.
This isn't "tinfoil-hat imaginings", is geo-strategic thinking. There is more at play here than just a Russian-Georgian border dispute. And if you don't believe me, then look at the figures that even Georgia puts on its "number of dead" -- "Tbilisi puts deaths on its side at over 175, with hundreds injured. That figure does not include South Ossetia."
A US presidential press conference, putting the Secretary of Defense on it, sending US military to "deliver humanitarian aid" and sending the Secretary of State to France to discuss it, for a conflict that left "175 Georgians dead"? Something is wrong with this picture!