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Georgia's Krasnodar Territory or Goruzia in Orda2010-10-13 15:53
Some Georgian professors fail to catch up with scientific discoveries. Lately, one misfortunate specialist found Mikheil Zadornov's reply to his article confirming appurtenance of Krasnodar Territory to Georgia the comedian made last year. He was so offended by the discussion that could not help quoting everything that related to Georgia. To prevent Mr. Professor's apoplectic stroke from new discoveries we decided to tell the origins of Georgia at one ample swoop using Fomenko-Nosovsky chronology.
The reason why Business FM programs reach Georgia nine months later can be explained by extremely rigid censorship in the country. They say, however, there is unlimited freedom of speech. That is why let discrediting one's native country be the problem Guram Markhulia, an honored professor of Sukhum University in exile.
The point is that on the New Year's Eve Vladimir Medinsky invited Mikhail Zadornov and Markhulia to a radio program featuring a comic address to Russian FM Sergey Lavrov: "By 2020 the Georgian army will liberate the so-called Krasnodar Territory of Russia and hold a victorious march in this ancient province of Georgia". The title was enough to make people laugh but the interlocutors continued the conversation apparently underestimating the professor's talent. Markhulia was utterly offended accusing both men of complete lack of sense of humor.
Markhulia seems to have no problems with self-irony: "You know, my jokes come true, Mr. Zadornov, so Russia had better not ask for trouble, if I say now what will happen to it" (the author's spelling is preserved). The only thing that God denied him was the vision of a prophet: "Georgia will stand up for FREEDOM, will get the occupied lands back and will prosper forever! And Russia will burn!" The mistake is that fires were indeed burning in both Russia and Georgia a month ago.
Markhulia's hysterics sounds fun not only to Russian comedians, but to the masters of "Armenian radio" defining him as a "fascist body" that obtained an academic degree in the field of fierce Georgian chauvinism.
His radical views look suspicious even to his compatriots. Can he be an Armenian provocateur hiding behind a black square academic cap? "He is either a fantasy, or some pervert (unknown in Georgia) whose dumb speeches the public can get enough of", - Georgian bloggers write unjustly.
Markhulia is a real person. He competes with Zadornov in making people laugh. Why not: the Georgian professor knows better than the comedian "what river our land starts and ends with, and we are proud to live in our land!" While Russians, as you see, live in Krasnodar Territory completely unaware that originally this is a Georgian land. Originally means since 1918 when vultures that took control of the Georgian republic broken away from the outskirts of the Great Empire pounced at the motherland torn apart by civil wars to snap off a better piece of it at the time of chaos.
Zadornov made a remark here that the name "Gruzia" was actually given by Slavs and originally means "Mountainous Russia" (Gornaya Russia). Apparently, the Georgian ministry of foreign affairs suspects that declaring war on the Russian-sounding name. As for Sukhum-Tbilisi professor he seems to have a gap in his knowledge.
So we decided to fill it using the latest achievements in the Russian historic science - the new chronology by Anatoly Fomenko and Gleb Nosovsky as well as discoveries by the Trinitarism academy. A forewarning: these theories are not officially recognized so far. But has the respected Georgian professor ever minded such trifles?