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Mikheil Saakashvili’s Abkhaz root2010-11-17 19:24
One should never assert that we do not choose our parents. There are individuals in our world who can change their roots easily and in public. They are not orphans from children's homes that go from one foster home to another. Mikheil Saakashvili's speech delivered at the Tbilisi-Akhalkalaki road opening ceremony has definitely proven that this "child" can change his "parents" like gloves without the smallest feeling of shame or remorse: it looks like he does not remember his kinship.
The ever caring about his uniqueness and exceptionalism Mikheil Saakashvili now may sleep a peaceful sleep. At last, the inferiority complex that has been gnawing the Georgian leader's sensitive soul will come to naught. Finally, he found something that no one will ever outrun him in, except, probably, for stranger Konstantin from the Strugatsky brothers' "Tale of the three". But Konstantin is a fictive character, while Mikheil Saakashvili is alive and has got a body. However, the origin of this body now causes certain doubts.
Stranger Konstantin is known to have "ninety-four parents of five different sexes", while Mikheil Saakashvili turns out to have minimum four "parents" of unknown sex. Perhaps, the Georgian president did not name all of them so far.
The "carpenter and woodworker's son" disclosed the mystery of his origin at the ceremony of opening a new road between Tbilisi and Akhalkalaki. The point was absolutely different at the start: a new 224-kilometer road enabling to get from Tbilisi to Akhalkalaki in 2,5 hours instead of 8 has been built. Saakashvili told about the importance of the road construction, being effusive in gratitude to the U.S., whose hard-earned money has been spent on it. However, he changed the topic afterwards.
The Georgian leader is known to be permanently bothered with the issue of the forever lost territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, so he could not resist the temptation and keep silent about it.
"I visited the village of Shamgona several days ago and saw Abkhazia with my own eyes. Abkhazia needs to be freed and snatched out of the dragon's claws. Naturally, I am the son of Abkhazia... I was in Samegrelo and visited a gorge of uncommon beauty, Abashis tskali. My ancestors' settlement was several kilometers away from the gorge, and my heart beats differently there - naturally, I am the son of Samegrelo... Yesterday, I was in Kakhetia and when I cast a glance at Alazani Valley, I felt like son of Kakhetia... Today, I am in Javaketia and naturally, I am the son of Javakhetia", - Mikheil Saakashvili said.