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Georgia putting Caucasian nations against each other2010-12-16 20:40
Georgia has been displaying ostentatious love for the Caucasus of late. It has opened boundaries for southern republics and tries to convince the world that the brotherly Caucasian countries should close the ranks around it. Saakashvili is making every effort to portray himself as a father of a large Caucasian family. Well, Sakartvelo president's entangled family relations are no secret. However, in their love for the North-Caucasian neighbours, Georgian authorities seem to despise them deep in their heart, or fear them.
Well, what can one do? What else can one feel for these republics when one considers their population to be bandits and murderers? Tbilisi authorities' love for their Caucasian brothers looks somewhat distorted.
The Georgia Online partisan Georgian website published an article fitting the provocative policy of the mentioned resource. "Russian Armenians and Ossetians supporting Russians against the Caucasus?" - the journalist is questioning. The loud title of the small item does not pay for itself, revealing utter meanness.
The article tells about the Armenians and Ossetians living in Russia who got furious at the behavior of some of the North-Caucasian expatriate communities in Moscow and expressed their readiness to support Russians. Not a word of a journalist's assessment, just two quotations:
"We are also outraged by the crimes and murders committed by the Ingush and Dagestan expatriate communities in Moscow and we are ready to resist them all together. Russians and Armenians are truly brotherly nations tied with many-century friendship originating from the times of Byzantine. Russian-Turkish wars, the protection of Armenians by Russian Empire against the Turkish genocide, the Great Patriotic War - all these events are stamped in golden letters in the history of our peoples' brotherly relations; should there be any disorders or other illegal actions, we will definitely take the Russians' side", - Russian Armenians say.
"We know the Ingush not by hearsay. The Ossetian-Ingush conflict at the beginning of the 90s showed that only Russia and its people are our brotherly nation. We will take the Russian side if need be, just like the Russians defended us during the conflict in Georgia in August 2008; I believe the overwhelming majority of the Ossetians, Armenians, Greeks and Abkhaz will do the same", - Ossetians are supporting them.
Not a word of a journalist's assessment, though the assessment is fully revealed by the title showing the Georgian scribbler's attitude.