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Mishiko to put the country under corn2011-02-24 21:03
A showman, a conjurer and a professional beggar - these are just some of the Georgian president's everyday talents. It has been found that Mishiko is also an advertising agent, though not the best one. Having practiced on Georgia, which he has been unsuccessfully trying to "palm off" to the USA, Europe and NATO, Saakashvili got down to smaller projects. Now he is trying to off-load genetically modified corn to his own people.
It looks like Ilf and Petrov's Twelve Chairs made a lasting impression on the eccentric Georgian president once. He took several characters from this book as examples to follow. Not so long ago, Mishiko was trying to play the role of Ostap Bender who promised an incredible economic breakthrough and world supremacy to the residents of Vasiuki. And now Saakashvili is trying on the image of Father Feodor, who, as the readers remember, jumped at any chance to earn money with all the enthusiasm and failed inevitably.
Just like Father Feodor, Saakashvili desperately lacks patience and consistency. He wants to be involved in everything at once and act in all directions. One cannot but remember the notorious Center for Life-Studying Sciences that appeared in Georgia on the basis of normal institutions. In fact, Mishiko knows only one strategy of earning money, a clear and a time-proved one - the word "Give me!" that he is fond of uttering in Europe and America. Nevertheless, he does not give up his attempts to squeeze something from his own country as well, at least, for the sake of a witty remark.
Georgian president's latest hobby is agriculture. No one knows what this hobby will be replaced by in future: whether it will be fishing or developing the bottom of the Black Sea for treasures - you never know. The president quickly goes to the village so as to announce with all the eloquence that Georgia must provide for itself and the whole world.
"If we do not provide for ourselves we will constantly depend on the world and on all those floods and other mishaps happening in the world. One cannot remain in such a neurotic state forever. Besides providing for ourselves, we may also benefit if we get double crops and export the corn", - Saakashvili started dreaming.
What idiots we are! - village folk should have slapped themselves on the forehead. We should have thought of it a long time ago that if we get double crops we will have both grain and money. Instead, we are sitting here with our bins empty. The master had to come and explain these things to us!