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Hello, we’re looking for spies!2011-07-20 11:43
Georgian ministry of interior is tired of chasing Russian spies. Now Vano Merabishvili's office calls on all people connected with foreign special services to come and make a confession. The law-enforcement bodies of the republic promise that reasonable citizens that will plead guilty of high treason will be forgiven and released from criminal responsibility. For local special services it is most important to confirm Moscow's evil intentions against the small but overly "free" country in Caucasus.
"Spy magic" sessions and subsequent exposures have long been a habit with Georgian counterintelligence officers. Their service is not only "dangerous and difficult": it also requires a lot of dramatic talent. It must be really hard to speak about unknown emissaries from outside if they don't actually exist. There is an impression that all these scandals are a sort of training for security rookies forced to invent various scenarios. Yet, the stagings look very amateurish. Not a single case initiated by official Tbilisi have been accompanied by serious evidence of guilt of any person involved. Enver operation like all other attempts to accuse Moscow of terrorist acts in the territory of Georgia totally relied on affirmations of representatives of security forces and
diplomatic bodies of the country sometimes supplemented by confessions of the accused. It is an obvious fact that these self-accusations were obtained under unheard-of pressure.
Now Georgian prosecutors are sick and tired of beating out evidence of the detainees and they ask citizens of the country to confess of illegal connections with Russia. A large "taking" is expected. It will be remembered that not long ago the head of the interior ministry spoke about a spy network operating in the republic involving dozens of thousands of people. Thus, believing Vano Merabishvili's words, his ministry will simply have to put away all other work. Officers of the interior ministry must receive Moscow agents that suffer insomnia for remorse and ready to surrender to the authorities.
Actually, the Georgian minister of interior will have to invent a new show. Most probably, soon local TV channels will present a series of stories on capitulating "Moscow agents". We will hear many new surnames of Russian GRU officers allegedly flooding Georgia's towns like spiders and luring naïve citizens in their nets by blackmailing and bribery. If things go well, we will see some vague photos of "super secret facilities" (like a gasoline station or a newsagent's) that would-be spies were allegedly supposed to blow up on the order of their curators. All this will be savored with loud statements on the danger that hangs over the country of Saint George from the north. The roles of the accused (and naturally immediately amnestied) people will be assigned to real criminals that have nothing to do with intelligence. A wonderful time is starting for all kinds of thieves allegedly conquered at the time of Saakashvili. Come to a police station, confess of working for FSS (GRU, KGB, ABCD - choose the right option), agree to pose in front of cameras for a while with a guilty face expression and that is it - old sins will be written off and who knows - you can even be remunerated.
Next time you can pretend to be an accomplice in a sabotage group. This will be a real "exploit".
Speaking seriously, even a most naïve observer sees that the initiative of the country management is entirely demonstrative. Tbilisi does not expect to grab even one single spy. It isn't the matter still. The main thing is to keep repeating the sweet mantra of dangerous "foreign intelligence services" - naturally implying Russian FSS.