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Terrorist acts in Moscow: Georgia panicking

2010-03-31 22:46

5703.jpegThe recent explosions in Moscow underground have shocked the entire world community. For the first time since August 2008, the Georgian government expressed solidarity with the Russian authorities. For instance, President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili expressed condolences to the families of those who died and criticized the events that happened. "Terrorism is a universal problem; this time, dozens of innocent citizens became the terrorists' victims in Moscow", - president of Georgia underlined. Everything seems to comply with the common standards and the general human position, and today's comments made by the Georgian experts and TV officials seem to be still more surprising. It has


been announced from the Tbilisian screens within the whole day that the Georgians will evidently be blamed for the terrorist acts.  

One might think that Tbilisi is looking forward for the persecution of the fellow countrymen in Russia, where the largest Georgian expatriate community is concentrated. Political analysts obviously think that there will be no pro-Russian moods among the people; they are contemplating on the fact why more and more citizens of this long-suffering country are again attracted by the north.

Someone would obviously prefer the reoccurrence of 2006 when the Georgians started being deported from Moscow against the background of the general political crisis. A lot of arbiters of Georgia's fate see it is a chance to settle their problems. This rather resembles an attack of schizophrenia and mental blindness. By the way, such strange psychological turn has been mentioned by Georgian philosopher Zaza Shatirishvili when he was commenting upon the ill-fated Imedi piece about the staged war. 

"I may say again that the special report drew no demarcation line between the good and evil, pro-Russian and pro-American or European orientation; instead, it became quite clear that the country is ruled by madmen. The people's head was hit against the wall and it was clearly demonstrated that the country is ruled by madmen", - he said in his interview to the Free Georgia newspaper. The disease seems to make rapid progress. While the Georgian authorities are refraining from any attacks against the Russian authorities in respect of the tragic events in Moscow, the propagandistic journalists keep to their own track. 

One of these days, disgraced tycoon Boris Berezovskiy, who, in the opinion of the experts, has got his own interest in Georgia, which gives him the chance to spite the Russian government, has accused Vladimir Putin of what has happened on the air of Rustavi 2 TV company. He said that the Russian Prime Minister is involved in the terrorist act in order to strengthen his own positions.

Georgian expert Irakliy Sesiashvili has got even farther than Berezovskiy. In today's comments made to the Georgian media he made a supposition that Medvedev is willing to repeat Putin's triumph in the second Chechen war. He believes that the stage of accusing Georgia of the explosions in Moscow has not come yet; however, he leaves the possibility that the Russian authorities will search for the "links" of this terrorist acts in Georgia. 

"It is clear that these events will be followed by a counter reaction, which is represented by starting a large-scale anti-terrorist operation in the North Caucasus. The more so, as it is difficult to say how the search of the terrorist traces in Georgia will be started against the background of the Russian government's last year statements about the north-Caucasian terrorists being trained in Georgia. Such actions in respect of Georgia will obviously show their worth soon after the anti-terrorist operation starts", - Sesiashvili underlined.

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