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Tbilisi confirming fascism2011-05-17 13:51
A film called German Tragedy, which is another part of the Occupation series sponsored by Mikhail Saakashvili's foundation, is to be screened today at the session of the Georgian Parliament Interim Commission on the Restoration of Territorial Integrity. In their new opus, the authors of the TV series ordered by the Georgian president tried to compare the situation in Germany after the Second World War and that in Georgia after August 2008. An expert in Caucasian history Stanislav Lakoba told GeorgiaTimes correspondent whether such historical allusions are eligible.
allusions are eligible.
According to the head of Parliamentary Commission on the Restoration of Territorial Integrity of Georgia Shota Malashkhia, the Occupation project consists of 22 movies. The shooting went on in the territory of 15 states, where, according to the authors of the series, there were occupation and genocide on Russia's part. According to TV reporters and their paymasters, Germany was one of such countries.
Saakashvili's associates should not have arranged the first run of the "documental" German Tragedy on Friday, 13: it could turn out badly for them. Everything was right at the first glance. The events of the spring of 1945 quite fit the topic specified by the series title. The eastern part of the Third Reich was really occupied by the Red Army, just like the western part was occupied by the allied forces of the United States, Great Britain and France. But that's where the correspondence between history and the idea of the authors of the Georgian "documentary" reaches its final point, for the events that followed Potsdam conference have no relation to the occupation.
The pro-Soviet forces really came to power in the East-European states but there is nothing to be surprised at because these countries were just liberated by the Red Army from the terrible chains of fascism. Western allies instantly recognized the new people's-democratic government, which would have been impossible with the slightest hint at the occupational nature of the East-European regimes. The same thing happened in Germany, and the splitting of the Hitler Reich in two caused no questions either: everyone remembered how quickly the united Germany restored its military power after the failure in the First World War and what disaster it brought to humanity.
Within the whole time of existence of the Warsaw Treaty, even the most ardent opponents of the Soviet Union did not think of asserting that the Red Army soldiers committed genocide in respect of the people of the countries liberated from fascism, including Germany. The proof of real genocide committed by German soldiers in the territories occupied by Wehrmacht provided by Nuremberg process was too evident. In the memory of hundreds of people, a Soviet soldier forever remained a liberator from the hateful Nazi yoke and the horrors of Hitlerism. But Mikhail Saakashvili descended to such whopping lie, having forgotten that Georgians were in the Red Army, too.