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General Dumbadze to repay debt to America?2011-05-19 11:26
The Georgian opposition now has a new weapon to conquer Mikheil Saakashvili's autocracy. Roman Dumbadze, the disgraced general from Batumi brigade is leaving Russia to take part in revolutionary processes. Despite assertions of the radical parties that the coming events will be a success, it is not that easy to overthrow Georgia's current leader. US security services that have good expertise in overthrowing unstable states with quite an efficient tool - elections - are taking care not to be repaid in kind.
Pragmatism of US leaders is known to everyone. Despite serious expenses on "construction of democracy" in various regions of the world, it is wrong to think that the purpose of these actions is liberation of oppressed nations. The White House will do its best to return each cent back to the budget. A few decades ago Washington used only military force to overthrow inconvenient regimes, now there is a new, more effective instrument - organized elections in sovereign states.
Washington Democracy Institute and International Republican Institute assisted by the US Department of State and a number of other organizations (Georgetown Foundation, for instance) spare no pains to democratize countries of the so-called third world. Millions of dollars are spent to prepare oppositional forces and outline future election campaigns, to mold public opinions, falsify information in the media and coach observers that allegedly are supposed to prevent falsification of votes and substitution of voting papers. Activities of these political institutions are widely presented in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America where they were directly involved in numerous coups d'etat.
The States' commitment to human rights in the world ends up with total disarray, civil wars and dependence of the countries that get stuck in gears of the "democratic machine" on international financial institutions that help America to impose its political will. Georgia is one of the countries that was caught in a similar trap called the Rose Revolution.
Nevertheless, its electoral field was not cultivated in full. Georgian autonomies that had long been dreaming of sovereignty were not grasped by US ideologists. In 2004 general of Batumi brigade Roman Dumbadze and the department of internal troops of Ajaria got out of hand of central authorities of Georgia declaring loyalty to the head of the autonomy - Aslan Abashidze. The response was quick. The general prosecutor's office accused Dumbadze of high treason, organization of an illegal armed group, abuse of office, excess of power, illegal storage, acquisition and transportation of arms and ammunition, as well as other "crimes".
"Roman Dumbadze is a criminal that must be punished as a traitor", - Vano Merabishvili, then secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia, said. Life imprisonment was in store for him, but the failure of Georgian diplomacy and Clear Field operation in 2008 made it possible for Moscow to exchange the general for several Georgian soldiers.
Not only Americans can take advantage of elections as an efficient tool. Georgia's opposition can turn the tables to the United States and Mikheil Saakashvili, their protégé. There are rebels intensifying pressure on the current regime. They come to Georgia in packs to organize popular uprising. Irakli Okruashvili and general Roman Dumbadze believe in success of the coming activities stating that their response will be a mirror reflection of what Georgian authorities will do.