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Georgian president is dangerous for health2011-05-24 16:47
Saakashvili is losing self-control. U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass was put in hospital after his conversation with the Georgian leader when he tried to call on him not to apply force against oppositionists who arranged large-scale protest actions this weekend. But in all appearances, "democrat" Mishiko sticks to western values only verbally, behaving like a little capricious dictator in reality.
Mishiko should not have called on young Arabs to come and learn from Georgia: it looks like they have heard his calls. They came but they did not wish to learn democracy "a la Tbilisi". Instead, they shared their invaluable experience with the Georgian opposition, which the latter instantly put into practice.
To hell with democracy and western values, - the Georgian leader decided, watching the tension getting higher and stated his attitude towards the opposition, its voice and opinion in the most firm and decisive way by setting all the armed policemen against it, though some time ago he assured that Georgia's hopes were laid on the young promising politicians who are dissatisfied with the current government. However, according to his custom, he never passed from words to deeds.
Americans must have been a bit surprised when they suddenly saw a little eastern dictator instead of a "European leader" delightedly squeaking about the western values. U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Bass tried to reason Mishiko, saying that it's not right to break up meetings by force. But when Saakashvili is in heat, it's dangerous for health to argue with him. Poor ambassador has experienced it all first-hand and was literally put in a Tbilisi hospital after his conversation with the Georgian president. According to a source of Asaval-Dasavali newspaper, Mr. Bass had a heart attack after a "rigid conversation" with Mishiko.
Indeed, the whole world knows that Mikhail Saakashvili becomes insane as soon as the situation gets from under control. He turns from a smiling and happy chatterbox into a spattering neurotic. His eyes become mad and his face distorted: he is close to biting you. If the U.S. Ambassador has never seen Mishiko like that, no wonder his heart did not stand the scene.
However, the news about the ambassador's hospitalization was taken skeptically and with humor. His reaction to the delusioned Mishiko looks funny, considering the fact that the USA have been contacting Saakashvili long and close: he looks like a milk-and-water girl, not an ambassador in this situation.