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Propaganda upgrade2008-11-27 15:06
Georgian authorities have shifted focus in their propaganda activity. Earlier the suffering of the Georgian people in Gali was used as an illustration to “the essence of the Russian occupation”. Future ethnic cleansing seemed to be preconditioned by the issuance of the Russian passports to Georgians, mass expropriation of arms from locals, and import of school textbooks from Russia.
The expectations were not met. Gali people easily agreed to change their citizenship and educational process technology. Two months of shouts about these “crimes against humanity” have brought to no results. There’s been no run-off of residents from the district.
There appeared a necessity to turn to new methods. Now the Georgian population of Gali is supposedly in panic as the Russians are looking after the border line from air, as the district residents are subject to census, as the new roads are built and temporary houses are brought in for the army. Georgian politicians react to such news accordingly: Russia’s preparations to a new invasion are explicit.
A deputy from the parliamentary fraction “Strong Georgia” Paata Davitaya considers this threat a real one believing that the events will unfold by a “more painful scenario for Georgia”
Because as Tbilisi asserts now in Abkhazia there are over 6 thousand soldiers of the 58th army. Another 5 thousand are in South Ossetia. And the Russian Defense Ministry reported that for the development of the Russian military bases along the borders of the two republics with Georgia solid fortified areas were set up. It was immediately followed by the remark: in case the Georgian authorities decide to initiate “restoration of constitutional order” the consequences will be much more pitiable than in August.
“There is a certain risk that Russia might resume military operations in Georgia”, - state minister for reintegration Temur Yakobashvili stated supporting Davitaya. As he says the signs of war resumption are declaring themselves. One of the signs according to the minister is “the current economic degradation in Russia”.