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Can one be distinguished for one’s good deeds?2010-08-11 16:51
The officious Georgian media call the people who criticize Mikheil Saakashvili's government for launching a war on brotherly Ossetians traitors. And how should one call Russian oppositionists setting up pickets in support of Georgia in the central square of Tbilisi on a mourning day? Do they know that these Georgians are getting ready for a guerilla war with Russians?
Today, the Russian United Civil Front line runs... through Georgia. From there, the chess commander Garry Kasparov's organization is advancing an attack at Russian government. Several months ago he had the pleasure of meeting Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in person, and now the people he controls came to the main square of Tbilisi, voicing criticism of the "Russian aggression". That is the trick: a man who brought universal fame to the Soviet Union has taken the position of Mikheil Saakashvili, whose faith lies in the anti-Soviet fight and whose world view is based upon an anti-Russian attitude.
On the tragic day of 08.08.08, UCF members held a small protest action against Russian aggression in the Georgian capital. Director of Lessons of Russian, a pro-Georgian film about the August 2008 war, Andrey Nekrasov and the notorious renegade Oleg Panphilov took part in the picket. About a year ago, the head of the Russian Center for Journalism in Extreme Situations chose to be engaged in promoting Georgian government for unknown but easily definable reasons, which must be the same as those of Garry Kimovitch.
The shots taken at the scene show clearly what kind of support the action received in the Russian opposition. The protesters were capable of putting up a single placard. No comparison to the actions in favor of Article 31 of the Constitution held recently in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Well, in "two Russian capitals", the oppositionists were defending their right for freedom of meetings, while in Tbilisi, they supported the Georgians' right to kill Ossetians without Russian peacekeepers' interference. The categories seem to be different.
Using the hackneyed phrases of Georgian propaganda, the action participants stated that the numerous victims among peaceful citizens and soldiers were induced by Russian aggression. They pointed at the figure of 150 thousand refugees, of which 30 thousand never returned home. These are mostly ethnic Georgians, whose villages were razed to the ground with the connivance of Russian troops.