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Georgia reaches into russian pocket2011-06-28 11:42
The Georgian expert in the Caucasian issues Mamuka Areshidze literally blew up the power community of Sakartvelo, suggesting that the independence of Abkhazia should be recognized. This sensible suggestion aroused a burst of indignation. One of the most wrathful denunciators was a representative of the Parliamentarian majority of Georgia Shota Malashkhia. But, while ardently rebelling against Areshidze's suggestion, he did not forget to raise the question of the contribution that Georgia wants to nick Russia.
The infantile inability to admit one's fault and honestly incur liability for it leads to Russia becoming more and more terrible for the current Georgian authorities. In the eyes of Saakashvili the Northern neighbour acquired even some Apocalyptic dragon traits. The Parliament hangs around, too. A representative of the Parliamentarian majority of Georgia Shota Malashkhia declared that today's Russia is worse than communists and fascists and the crimes committed by it exceed the measure of the misdeeds of such acclaimed villains as Hitler and Stalin.
What has Moscow done to deserve such "flattering" epithets? Unleashed the third World War? Wiped Tbilisi off the map? At worst, expelled all the representatives of the Georgian diaspora, depriving them of the possibility to earn and send money to Sakartvelo? No. It turns out that to excel Hitler and Stalin one should just recognize the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Though, while vehemently foaming at his mouth, Malashkhia did not forget to mention that it would not be bad to have some money from Russia for its "crimes against the mankind".
Where has this punitive article come from? Everything is so simple, just follow his hands. "Neither the fascist nor the communist regimes gave independence to a region where ethnical cleansing took place. In general, the principle of territorial integrity may be violated when one nation commits genocide of another nation", - said Malashkhia.
And immediately places the responsibility for genocide on... Russia. What beasts, he meant, first they encouraged and participated in the "ethnic cleansing" and then reached the limit: recognized the independence of the "cleansers' region". At the same time Malashkhia gave Georgia the fat part of a martyr. Naturally, Malashkhia preferred to omit the fact that the army of this "martyr" struck at the defenseless nigh-time Tskhinvali.