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Start of First Caucasian destined for trouble2009-12-25 14:19
Georgia's broadcasting over North Caucasus might be harmful to Georgians in Russia, opposition Movement for Fair Georgia thinks. But the Georgian government is determined to set about anti-Russian propaganda and allocate funds that were not enough to develop the Public TV's Second Channel. Tbilisi is facing a larger task than protection of its own interests: now peace in Russian Caucasus is at stake.
Out of a small match lit up by Alla Dudaeva's ardent speeches live on a new Georgian channel a new Caucasian war can flare up. What Jokhar Dudaev failed to do in a military way his widow is trying to redo verbally and in videos: to tear Russia apart taking Caucasus from it first.
Again like in August 2008 Georgia agreed to be a dummy in someone else's game. The only opposition party that condemned provocative First Caucasian Channel was Movement For Fair Georgia whose leader - Zurab Nogaideli - is negotiating resumption of bilateral ties in Moscow.
According to Peter Mamradze, a deputy and a party member the decision of the Georgian authorities to launch this channel from the beginning of 2010 may do serious harm to Georgia, VZGLYAD reports.
"President Mikheil Saakashvili needs this channel to injure Russia and its people. But broadcasting will rouse irritation in Russia and its people. This will lead to bad consequences for Georgia". - Petre Mamradze told Georgian journalists.
The politician reminded that now in Russia one million and two hundred people that were born in Georgia live and such anti-Russian propaganda will have a negative effect on them. "This decision Saakashvili has taken can be ruinous for the people of Georgia", - the parliamentarian thinks calling the idea "a caricature".
GeorgiaTimes has already written that it's no use expecting Georgia to be impartial. All the more so that Oleg Panfilov, an angry vilifier of the Russian reality and aforementioned Alla Dudaeva are among the TV channel stars. In spring "the queen of Ichkeria" applied for Georgian citizenship. ‘I believe that nations living in Caucasus will make their dream come true and become independent", - she stated during her visit to Georgia.
Dudaeva's show is allegedly intended to find ways of peacemaking in Caucasus. Alla Fyodorovna is already blaming Russia for the desire to take "freedom and democratic choice" from the Georgian nation.
According to Kviris Palitra weekly the new TV channel will stick "to strictly anti-Russian media propaganda". The wife of Georgia's State Minister for Reintegration Temur Yakobashvili will be deputy chief producer.