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Saakashvili dreaming of court martial2010-08-12 19:35
"Several years ago, after a set of military exercises, Saakashvili told the then Minister of Defense Irakly Okruashvili that he had a dream about both of them being defendants at the Hague International Court Martial", - Badri Bitsadze, a well-known figure in Georgia, told. Well, the dream might as well be prophetic but the dock must be rather spacious, then: killing generals, PR agents and, naturally, the initiator of the entire bacchanalia, George Bush Jr. Well, need some space, gentlemen. Indeed, Mishiko, sole-colored suits do not suit you - better wear star-striped ones.
On August 12, 2008, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced his decision on completing the operation on forcing Georgia to peace: "Security of our peacekeeping forces and civil population has been restored. The aggressor is punished and has suffered significant losses. His armed forces have been disorganized. Should there emerge any centers of resistance and other aggressive attacks, decisions on elimination should be taken".
On the same day, six principles of peaceful settlement were agreed upon during EU Chairman and President of France Nicolas Sarkozy's visit to Moscow in the course of a meeting with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin: Do not use force. Stop any military actions. Provide free access to humanitarian aid. Bring Georgian armed forces to their permanent location. Withdraw RF armed forces to the line preceding the military actions. Initiate international discussion of the future status of South Ossetia and Abkhazia and the ways of ensuring their complete security.
That is all. No criticism, no remembrance of the killed people of South Ossetia or sorrow for Russian peacekeepers. The war is over, so forget it.
With an approach like that, one may continue venturing far, which Mishiko seems to be doing successfully. He should be wearing a strait jacket or be put in a ward with all conveniences, but no. He is traveling all over the world, talking complete nonsense. "We will continue fighting until the last occupant leaves the Georgian land, until justice is restored in respect of hundreds of thousands of Georgian citizens of various origin who had to abandon their homes, towns and villages", - M.Saakashvili stated.
He believes that in 2008, Georgian servicemen had to defend their honor, freedom and their country's future arms in hand at the expense of their lives but not to pleasingly execute the West's order.
Two years later, the Georgian leader wants to make a double trade deal on the tragedy once again. He sees the way to benefit from falsehood and pseudo-intentions. Let us not forget that Tbilisi badly needs the money it is given, not for nothing, mind you: "At least in remembrance of these guys, each one of us must fight everyday both inside the country, strengthening Georgia, and all over the world. We must defend our position everywhere. Until the enemy is in Georgia, until Georgian lands are occupied and the country is not free, we cannot allow to lose a day", - Saakashvili stated. "We will fight to the end and release Georgia", - he stressed.
It means August 2008 is just a prologue and the scenario of the pending massacre will be much more bloody and artful than we might think.