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Georgian expatriate community set against Russia

2011-05-19 11:16

Georgian expatriate community set against Russia. 17230.jpegGeorgian president and his associates spare no effort on turning the republic's population into a mob possessed by paranoid psychosis and implanting a strong syndrome of a besieged fortress, which is going to be destroyed by an evil and merciless enemy in the name of Russia. The incompetency and corruptness of Tbilisi regime have brought Georgia's economy to a complete decay and Saakashvili, being fairly afraid of the people's wrath, is harping on Moscow's scheming. Mishiko's fantasies have turned out to be infectious


and yesterday, his squibs were joined by representatives of the Georgian expatriate community in Europe. They accused the radical opposition, which is currently preparing large-scale protest actions, of being manipulated by the Kremlin.

Yesterday, members of the association of Georgians living in the West, Charter 2010, revealed an appeal to the governments of the countries of European Union and the United States where they called on them to provide no support to the mass protest actions currently held throughout the entire Georgia. The call was made on the ground that the forces, which are opposed to the ruling regime and initiate the protest actions, are allegedly acting by the Kremlin's order.

On behalf of Charter 2010, the petition was signed by Medeya Tushmalishvili living in France and Victor Domukhovsky living in Poland. In 1990-1991, they were deputies of the Supreme Council of the Georgian SSR. "We've got information from reliable sources that the Georgian radical opposition is guided and sponsored by Russian special services, which fact is also confirmed by the dynamics of the radical opposition's actions, - the signatories assert. - The radical wing of the Georgian opposition is a tool used by Russia to radically change the direction of the foreign policy and bring Georgia back into the sphere of Russia's political influence via the forced change of power in Georgia".

On one hand, it is good that the people who have got no direct relation to Georgia's political life and the country in general keep thoroughly tracking the processes going on in their motherland. On the other hand, one feels certain bewilderment: why have they decided to speak out only now, though the opposition's actions against the ruling clan have long stopped being anything remarkable in Georgia? Is it not because Mishiko is rapidly losing the western elites' sympathy and seriously fears lest the opposition should at last do what it failed to achieve after the rigged election in 2008?

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