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Mikheil Saakashvili’s revolutionary song

2011-09-12 21:49

Mikheil Saakashvili’s revolutionary song. 21887.jpegGeorgian mass media are actively discussing Mikheil Saakashvili's speech at an international economic forum in Krynitza yesterday. Omitting words of praise to the host party, it turns out there is nothing to discuss. Mishiko spoke in general words presenting last year's news. No wonder: to speak about the current state affairs in Georgia's public life is more trouble than it's worth. That's why he considers a "mental revolution" as his main achievement.


What is this "mental revolution" so frequently referred to? How does it demonstrate itself? What is a unit of measurement, how does it influence lives of common citizens of the Georgian state? Mishiko prefers not to answer these questions. What he likes to emphasize is that the country's leaders are 30-year-olds.

"Most of those who come to Georgia for the first time are surprised at the young age of our ministers and officials. The country is governed by 30-year-old citizens. This is a result and the main driver of what The Economist magazine calls "Georgia's mental revolution", - Saakashvili boasted in front of the Poles. Indeed, sounds good. Particularly when the audience knows nothing about the results of such governance: a USD 120 average salary, monstrous unemployment of over 60% able population, and increasingly chauvinist politics toward national minorities. Fulfilling Lenin's testament and entrusting the country's economy to a kitchen maid, the "mental revolutionary" established new military communism in his country. Even if any turning point in consciousness really took place, the result of it is that people want to flee these reforms in any possible direction.

Vaunting, Saakashvili could not refrain from lies - now his second skin over the years of governance. The term "mental revolution" used to denominate a social experiment now underway in Georgia was again attempted by Mishiko.

"According to Transparency International report we brought about real changes to our country in 2007-2009, we almost eliminated corruption, assured freedom of enterprise, etc. I mention these organizations here since they described a mental revolution we have undergone. Our citizens don't think they live in the former Soviet Union. They now evaluate and criticize authorities as representatives of a democratic state", - he was lying in European Parliament last November. Before that the demagogue from Tbilisi said the same things in New York and Harvard.

Now, mentioning an influential magazine, he only wants to legitimate his last year's lying. Mishiko adores referring to loud names. When he is asked why the country's economy balances on the point of collapse, he always mentions the World Bank's rating with Sakartvelo holding honorable 12th position - higher than the rating of many well-developed countries. As we know, the World Bank is controlled by Yankees that took Saakashvili to presidency, and there are no other grounds for such progress in Georgia.

Basically, at the forum in Krynitza he repeated his recent theses almost word for word. What else can he do? Indeed, how can he speak about real attitude to citizens that criticize the government? The world learned it in May and was terrified.

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