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Purse Snatchers against Putin2009-11-27 23:45
Old Europe, tired of the inrush of immigrants, is bound not only to suffer the cultural stress invected by alien elements but to digest others' political problems. Today the Georgian diaspora consisting most of all of illegal emigrants is holding a common manifestation in different countries of the world «Everybody against Putin». Considering the specific specialization of Georgians abroad, it could be called more exactly: «Purse Snatchers against Putin»
The emotional pain of Georgians was caused by the latest declaration of the Russian Prime Minister in Yalta where he met his Ukranian colleague Julia Timoshenko. At the same time the acquired relative of the Ukrainian president Mikhail Saakashvili came to Kiev for a visit.
In response to a Владимир Путин позволил себе в ответ на provocative question of a journalist on the meeting of the two relatives he answered by an as provocative remake of a Russian classic's rhyme: «The warriors remembered the days of the past / and combats they lost just before they would last». And then alluded even to last year's scene of Saakashvili eating up his tie in front of the TV cameras: «If the two presidents have a dinner together, I would recommend they shouldn't put on any ties. You know, ties are expensive nowadays, so you never know... well, you understand me...».
Later Saakashvili beat back but lost finding himself again in the position of an «insulted and humiliated» one. He called to his memory an anecdote from some French newspaper running that Putin promised to hang the Georgian president by a certain part of his body. Now, said Saakashvili, the Russian leader's interest has moved higher: to the tie on his neck. However, in the opinion of the Georgian president, Putin insulted the Ukranian and Georgian people represented by him.
So now all those who feel as «insulted and humiliated» for Mikhail Nikolaevich are going to hold meetings in 15 countries of the world (according to the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), starting from France. Of course, they will not be those hearty, hot-tempered but quickly cooling Georgians from Nodar Dumbadze's novels.
The participants of these actions are either paid by political technologists or are just aggressive people associating themselves with the image of the Georgian president. With the one of Mishiko who in the 21st century tried to solve the problems of his own people (following his own "territorial integrity" logic, it includes Ossetians, too) by bombing peaceful towns.