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Georgian "Hakenkreuz" under Russian flag

2010-12-20 20:24

Georgian Hakenkreuz under Russian flagAs usual, Georgian authorities show vital interest in domestic affairs of other states instead of solving accumulated problems at home. The situation in Russia after the murder of Egor Sviridov, a Spartak FC fan, has been widely commented from the Georgian side. Sakartvelo experts assert the Kremlin is reaping fruits of its nationalist policy. Nugzar Tsiklauri in charge of Georgia's parliamentary committee for diaspora affairs and contacts with compatriots even compares the "evil occupant" with the fascist Germany of 1930s.


"This parallel is evident here. I think the whole world, all international community must rise and face the danger emanating from today's Russia", - the Georgian politician stated.

It is absolutely unclear how the Georgian experts see parallels between Germany at the time of Adolf Hitler and Russia governed by Dmitry Medvedev, a liberal to the bone. Probably, the retrospective the Georgian authorities make for the rest of the short-sighted is borrowed from local textbooks: this is a typical story little Georgians are fed with. In this case it's really natural that present-day Georgia is so hard on its neighbor.

Still, what exactly must the international community revolt against following Tbilisi's suggestions? And on whose behalf - Germany, almost strangled by Turkish emigrants? Or Great Britain with the name of Muhammad heard more frequently than authentic John? Georgia's insinuations are predictable as usual. But this time Europe most probably won't pay attention.

Sakartvelo leaders are still driven by a persistent desire to take revenge on Moscow for Abkhazia and South Ossetia, their sovereignty and their narrow escape from Tbilisi's genocide. That's the reason why Georgia is so declaratively cordial toward the oppressed Didoy from Dagestan for example. Georgia wants to cover them with its patchwork blanket of democracy and liberalism, to help them preserve local culture and language and protect from Russia, so utterly fascist.  

"Ethnic clashes in Moscow will hardly end in a civil war, yet the trend is alarming, - Georgian expert Tornike Sharashenidze stated. "Serious tension continues, but sooner or later it will finally blow off in Moscow as ethnic brawls", - director of Caucasus institute for peace and democracy Giorgy Nodia says expressing an assumption that unrest in Moscow might echo in North Caucasus.

"Current clashes in Moscow are under control. Nazi and other similar organizations are usually overloaded with special agents. Though I still believe that in the long run the authorities will fail to hold off, and if this confrontation is not strangled at its birth, the situation will spin out of control", - Mamuka Areshidze, an expert for Caucasus issues, is quoted by Caucasus Information Portal.

Definitely, Georgian politicians have more experience at how the confrontation must be strangled at its birth. They know the ropes, don't they? Exactly like seeing specks in other people's eyes. Clear field tactical operation was perfect evidence at how Georgian authorities control the situation. They are good in protecting stability of Saakashvili regime from being jeopardized or sending those who don't like domestic laws to comfortable jails.

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