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Tbilisi’s “terrorist act” failed2011-06-06 19:22
Georgian security officials stated another "victory" over Russian special services. According to the information provided by the republic's MIA, local law-enforcement authorities managed to arrest two "subverters" allegedly bribed by Moscow for the realization of terrorist acts. The point is that the whole situation, just like the previous provocations of the official Tbilisi, resembles a cheap performance staged by a mediocre director.
As was reported by the officers of the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs, two citizens of Abkhazia have been detained, Alexander Chkhetia and Tamila Benia. The policemen confiscated the explosives they had on them in order to carry out terrorist acts in the territory on the country. According to representatives of the Constitutional Safety Department of the Georgian MIA, they managed to catch very dangerous malefactors who were directly ordered by the Russian special services to carry out explosions. However, the services are not specified for some reason.
The whole story smells bad, mildly speaking. Georgian authorities resemble a decaying soaker who all of a sudden decided to astonish everyone by using cologne water for the first time in his life but has got neither money, nor taste to buy a high-quality perfume, thus making everyone turn away from him. The rumours of "Russian terrorism" are evidently another attempt of Tbilisi's to remind its western partners of the imminent danger allegedly approaching Georgia from the north.
A video record of the "subverters" detention deserves special attention. Even low-class directors would be ashamed of shooting such scenes: vicious bandits, whose detention is so much trumpeted by the Georgian media, turned out to be a rather aged man and a woman. Moreover, the notorious Alexander Chkhetia can move with the help of a crutch. The shaking camera vaguely shows their hazardous actions aimed at undermining the fundamentals of the republic's state safety: they are walking straight ahead. Each their step along the sacred Georgian land pains the soul of the country's true patriots. Further events show that the nightmare was avoided only due to selfless efforts of the Interior Ministry officers. The scene where a lonely mine picker heroically saves Georgia from a devilish device hidden in the detainees' rags is worthy of the public's admiration. Then go the final explosion and ovation and the curtain falls.