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Saakashvili's envy brought him to the USSR2011-09-23 17:36
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili arrived in the U.S. to speak at the 66th Session of the UN General Assembly. His speech about security in Sakartvelo, the reforms carried out and achievements in democratic development is scheduled for tomorrow. Meantime, the Georgian leader is "warming up" ranting on his favorite theme - the villain Russia - with a passion. In the air of TV-company MSNBC Mishiko has shared his concerns on the "restoration of the USSR".
Several years ago, in comments to the news, entitled "Saakashvili told that Georgia has disrupted the plans of Russia", there had appeared an emotional record. It said: "Such a poor girl. I have a rabbit living at home. He's just the same. He's little, he's a dwarf, but he's so proud! He's constantly biting when I go to the toilet at night". Years pass but the president of Georgia is not changing. Mishiko is wrecking everything and he's wrecking Russia's plans.
Once again, it happened in the U.S., where the Georgian leader arrived for the 66th session of the UN General Assembly to show off the results of reforms and to complain about those who's offending Sakartvelo.
"In his speech the Georgian president will announce a position of the country related to security in Georgia and the region as a whole to the international community. He'll also highlight the political and economic reforms in Georgia" - said spokesman of the president Manana Manjgaladze at the briefing on September 20. Well, that is, as usual: he'll boast of "achievements" and snitch on Russia and ask for moral and pecuniary assistance of the international community.
Mishiko plans to speak tomorrow. And yet, in order to warm up his tongue, in the air of TV-company MSNBC he drew parallels between the collapse of the Soviet Union and events of September 11 in America, as well as warned that Russia plans to restore the Soviet Union.
"Soviet Union collapsed 20 years ago. At one time, it was predicted by Brzezinski, but noone believed him. Naturally, it is worth noting the 10th anniversary of September 11.
In both cases, they said it was the end of the the history, but, of course, history has no end, and many tragic events occur" - Saakashvili said. God knows, why he thought that the history would end after disintegration of the USSR or terrorist attack in America. Although, thoughts of the Georgian president, who had put split of the USSR and the fall of the twin towers on one level, are "interesting".