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Georgians tired of a wolf’s life2011-02-02 14:01
The real situation in Georgia and the government's verbiage about the wonderful life there resemble scissors edges inevitably drawing apart. According to Saakashvili, his people live in a new Eden, a country of democracy, brilliant opportunities, astonishing innovations and a bright future. But reality is less talkative, though more eloquent. Georgians are eaten in the proper sense of the word: in the twenty-first century, people are devoured by wolves in the most advanced world country.
One is amazed how crazy one has to be to support the regime of the current Georgian government that is pathetically describing various achievements and breakthroughs. The country is desperately getting back to the past, to some ancient times when a human being was defenseless before wild animals.
While the authorities are planning to build skyscrapers in Batumi to match Vancouver and Vera Kobalia is expecting billions to be invested by the admiring world, common Georgians are unable to cope with the wolves' raids. Indeed, it is not a dog's but a wolf's life Saakashvili's people are living.
Both people and cattle suffer from gray predators. The desperate, hungry wolves attack people right on the road. Just several days ago, they attacked the 77-year-old Carlo Eseridze in Shuakhevsky region, who received many wounds and had a narrow escape. Now the old man is at the hospital in Batumi (where, as we remember, luxurious skyscrapers and five-star hotels are to be built) and is hardly coming to his senses after the received wounds and injections against rabies.
Several minutes later, the same pack of wolves attacked another man. He was also lucky to escape, with the doctor's help as well. According to Georgian media, that's not the first case when people are attacked in this region.
It's not the first case at all, let us say. One may just turn the leaves of the news archive: wolves attacking here, wolves attacking there, wolves wounding man to death, children bitten, cattle killed, doctors making injections against rabies, wounded cattle finished... People asking authorities for help... Stop, and where are the authorities?
One feels like asking: has any local official ever bothered to protect the people against mortal danger? Where are the vaunted people with arms, the army and policemen? Or just hunters? It looks like some people get together and patrol some territories or, are at least reported to do so, but hungry packs continue killing and wounding. What is going on?