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Georgia looking for future and militants in Europe2010-12-03 18:21
Indeed, conjurer Saakashvili's left hand does not know what his right hand is doing. While Mishiko is spreading himself and shouting from all the rostrums that Georgia stands for peace in the whole world and he himself is a white dove carrying an olive branch, the president's deeds speak for themselves. Saakashvili is a poor peacemaker. It's not without reason that Moscow, Sukhum and Tskhinval took the breast-beating and vowing and protesting that there will be no more firing in an equally skeptic way. How can one trust a person who is promising peace and getting ready for a war behind the scenes?
and getting ready for a war behind the scenes?
Georgian president is taking every effort to assume an image depicted in Pablo Picasso's genial painting called Dove of Peace. No wonder: Saakashvili rather resembles a self-contented fat hamster than a winged ambassador of peace. Besides, the deeds of the Georgian leader go very much against his words about Sakartvelo government's peaceful sentiments.
As soon as the rostrum from which Mishiko declared his peacefulness was deserted, the media started reporting that in reality, the Georgian president is actively getting ready for a war, not for an open one, where Sakartvelo performed as a perfect coward, but to a mean war made on the quiet.
It turned out that Tbilisi is looking for the natives of the North Caucasus in Europe so as to recruit them and task them with arranging provocative acts against Russian military in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
You cannot hide an awl in a sack. The treacherous point will stick out at the most unsuitable moment and prick painfully. It was deputy of the Georgian parliament Levan Pirveli who became the point of the carelessly hidden awl for Saakashvili.
"I possess information on the North-Caucasians being recruited in Europe. I am fully aware of the responsibility for disclosing such information and I am ready to share it with the Georgian politicians, - Pirveli admitted. - Our country may face a most difficult problem".
You bet. It is already facing it, in fact. That's a serious political failure: one can only imagine the rage of the beloved Europe that has publicly believed the peaceful pulling of its leg and has applauded to Saakashvili's promises never to use force again in order to bring Abkhazia and South Ossetia to the Georgian lap.