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Burjanadze involved into a trick with spies2010-11-10 19:06
The flywheel of revealing Georgian traitors is gaining speed. More and more shocking details become the public property each day. Still, yesterday's report by the Georgian media looks like a real sensation capable of sending a Georgian inhabitant who has caught long-term spy scare from his own government into a catatonic fright.
Sakartvelo journalists have found out that the hateful arms of the Russian intelligence service have reached directly into the camp of the public figures opposed to Tbilisi regime. It is Nino Burjanadze, former Speaker of Parliament of the country who turned out to be involved into MID's agent network.
The correspondents have discovered that the former head of the Georgian lawmakers has had business relationship with one of the thirteen people arrested by Georgian MIA counterintelligence department officers last week for espionage and work on foreign special services. The link between the leader of the Democratic Movement - United Georgia party and the Russian spy network was Bakur Kiguradze, head of the Niba Investment Company and Nino Burjanadze's business partner.
Lately, the leader of the oppositional party ironically calling itself Democratic Movement - United Georgia has taken part in several events aimed at disrupting the basis of the independent Georgian state. At the end of September, Ms. Burjanadze's supporters took part in convening the so-called All-National Representation Meeting, which purpose is to decrown the democratically elected president of the country and the government he has formed, the citadel of all the healthy powers of the Georgian society.
The former speaker of parliament has recently called upon all the oppositional parties to join the self-proclaimed expressers of the people's needs at the meeting of Representational Public Assembly fixed for November 25. "I'm calling upon the true opposition to stand up with their people and support the Public Representational Assembly. Individual leadership today is a luxury we cannot afford. Together we will definitely win and, at last, build an independent and united Georgia", - Burjanadze stated last Saturday.
GeorgiaTimes has already reported Saakashvili being afraid of the coming November events. He is sure to set up active provocations so as not to lose his rating. That's why he needed a blown-up spy scandal, as dull as the winter beaches of Adzharia. Just to discharge another portion of hatred towards Russia and handle the oppositionists at a stroke. Everything was to be settled so as a common Georgian would be sure: everyone answering the call of the oppositionist being in cahoots with the spies is maintained by Moscow. Let the reasonable Georgians thank the brave officers of the counterintelligence department for tearing the mask off the so-called democratic opposition and opening its true face of traitors and collaborationists with the enemy regime.
Saakashvili's regime is clumsy but it tries to strike with accuracy. The whole affair so much resembles a well-known school that one should wonder: why does Mishiko so openly hates the three-letter abbreviation? It is no coincidence that Ms. Burjanadze was so sarcastic about the success of Sakartvelo's special services. "Our law-enforcement authorities must have done poor work if they needed four years to catch the spies. However, if someone carries out agent activity damaging the state interests he must be detained", - she stated immediately after the news about the Enver operation triumphant completion.