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America save us from Russia!2010-07-08 19:03
"Only America can save us and America simply must do it", - the idea is imposed upon Georgian citizens by the apologists of Mikhail Saakashvili's regime. They seem to be obsessed by the feeling that the sands are running out because of Russia's interference. Another aggravation of this phobia was caused by Bronislav Komorovskiy's victory in the presidential elections in Poland, especially in the context of Victor Yanukovitch's coming to power in Ukraine and the deposition of Kurmanbek Bakiev in Kirghizia. GeorgiaTimes tried to figure out the connection between these events and find out what America owes Georgia.
Georgia seems to be simply drone on about the matter. Bronislav Komorovskiy's transparent and undeniable victory in Poland put the Georgian president's supporters in a gloomy state of mind. One of them, who lives in New York and has become famous due to his article published in RuNet which was titled "Should a president run away from a Russian bomber?", has stated the following: "The precedent of Komorovskiy's victory presents danger for Georgia".
Why so? It is no secret that most Georgians do not believe in the accidental death of former Polish President Lech Kaczynski. Immediately after the tragedy, some of the politicians, directly or indirectly, attributed the crash of the VIP-plane to the actions of some of the Russian special services. Well, one might only admire the Russian agents' far-sightedness: they were careful to provide a mist under Smolensk, dig a ravine near the aerodrome ten years ago and plant a tree next to the takeoff strip so that Tu-154 could catch on it.
After this tragic story Mikhail Saakashvili took great care of his own flights and even bought a catapult for his personal plane. "People need not worry: if anything happens to the president he will have time to save himself", - the opposition was mocking. However, they should not have said so, so long as the catapult is unable to preserve one's health: a violent jolt at the moment of being thrown out of the plane crushes the spine and damages the nervous system, thus provoking mental illnesses.
However, the Georgian president has long been suffering from emotional disorder in the form of a phobia of everything Russian and has spread it over the entire circle of his associates. Thus, the catastrophe with Kaczynski and the elections won not by Lech's brother Yaroslav but by his rival Komorovski, who is more tolerant towards Moscow, are taken as Russia's victory and the defeat of... not Georgia but the USA.