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Mikheil picks up “Russian trail”2011-05-31 17:20
On one hand, the Georgian president is a temperamental and impulsive figure whose behavior is utterly impressive at times. On the other hand, he is totally predictable. It was almost undoubted that Mikheil Saakashvili would not miss a chance to bring the FSS into Tbilisi events of the night of May 26. He did not disappoint expectations! Naturally, the trail of Russian special services was found. Mishiko is sure: the occupants have nothing else to spend money on but organizing "an Arab revolution" in Georgia.
"Accuse Russia when you don't know what to do" is the logic of the Georgian president he unfailingly sticks to. There are sharp-sighted "occupants" watching him from the mountain tops ready to bring tanks to Tbilisi. That is why all failures, confusions and violence can be justified by the martial law in the country. Honestly speaking, the right name of it is paranoia, but there is nothing to be done about it. Mishiko is ready to attract psychiatrists to serve the interests of the state. By the way, it is typical of mental patients to find imaginary "friends" or "foes" and shift failures onto them.
That is why nobody had doubts that Saakashvili would find the "Russian trail" in dramatic events of the May 26 in Tbilisi. The Georgian president first "unmasked" FSS and then boasted that the Russian special services had failed.
"Moscow has tried to imitate the Arab revolution in our country, but first of all they have no capacities for this", - Saakashvili said with satisfaction. He then continued to "unmask" the revolutionaries: "This group of people directly financed and managed from Moscow accurately performs order of the Federal Security Service".
By all appearances, according to Mishiko, Russia is a very rich and generous occupant that has excess of money and time spending heaps of dollars on undermining Georgia's "democratic processes". It is still unclear why this should be done if Sakartvelo authorities are good at dispelling the myth of "Georgian democracy" without external assistance.
On the whole, Saakashvili's declarations and ideas sound more like notions of an ordinary scrounger used to receiving gifts from rich men for a certain kind of services. Basically, this is the kind of relationship the Georgian authorities have with America. That is why Mishiko is sure that everyone wants to spend money on Georgia.