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New terror against Georgia2009-10-12 18:15
Once again, Georgia became the target of severe aggression. The citizens of the Gorijskiy region adjoining South Ossetia are calling for help. The international community is powerless to help so far, for it has got no tools to fight the invader. The near-border territory is attacked by worms of unknown origin. The Georgian media are talking about a bacterial attack.
Some creepy creatures that have never been seen before are getting into the houses. Foodstuffs instantly get spoiled and start stinking. The people of the long-suffering Gori are panicking. The unknown creatures do not attack the people - so far, for the origin of the arthropods is extraterrestrial. Unlike other inhabitants of the Earth, the mysterious creatures do not burn (just like manuscripts and cyborgs). Besides, no one knows how they got to Shida-Kartli (a historical and geographical region of the Eastern Georgia).
Well, quite an impressive scenario for a horror film, is it not? The Americans call this genre Natural horror films, which is generally much popular in Hollywood. This time, it is the Georgian journalists that might become the seekers of an Oscar for the best scenario.
However, the newspaper belletrists are obviously to win some other kind of award, for the attack of mysterious creatures against the Georgian region was not reported on the first of April: this is definitely reliable information, which has been discussed by the Georgia media for the last two weeks.
The finishing touch of this King-like (Steven King is one of the founders of the thriller genre in the USA) story was a report published by one of the periodicals: "This is suspected to be a biological weapon planted by the Russian occupants (this is the way Georgia refers to its northern neighbor), which is used for bacterial terror".
No comments, as the saying goes. One remembers the words of the former Minister of Defense of Russia Sergey Ivanov, who said in 2006 in the heat of the moment: "All we have been watching lately is Georgia's continuous hysterics and provocations against Russia. Russia is to blame for all the mishaps in Georgia: it snows through the fault of Russia, and the cold wind is blowing through its fault as well".
Well, leaving snow aside, one can see that the small Georgia has been recently shaken by numerous calamities: a flood, an earthquake, a hurricane. It seems like Russia has got infinite possibilities of negotiating with the heavenly host.
Did the Russian capital go in cahoots with Voland, or not? Naturally, this cannot be found out for sure.