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Mishiko fades in romanticism2011-06-28 21:07
At a parade in Batumi dedicated to the Sailor's International Day, Mikheil Saakashvili pronounced many good words about this heroic, manly and romantic profession. This all is nice, of course, but his speech leads to one conclusion: no one wants to rescue the sailors held in Somali captivity. And the Georgian president's pathetic speeches are just another populist nonsense. Saakashvili wants to love, support and admire sailors only verbally.
Last weekend Batumi hosted a parade dedicated to the Sailor's International Day. Mikheil Saakashvili came to see the show and deliver a verbose speech in front of students of the Navy Academy. It is not quite clear how a person shamelessly looks in the eyes of future seamen after turning adrift their senior comrades. But Saakashvili and his conscience never meet, so Mishiko ardently spoke about advantages of being a sailor.
"Sailors that prowled the oceans in different periods of history are one of the fundamental parts of economy growth and main breadwinners of Batumi families. Several thousand Georgians are now working as part of international crews", - Saakashvili added. Ok- everyone understands that Georgia is unable to provide local sailors with jobs forcing them to seek work on foreign ships, but isn't it strange to acknowledge this in his solemn speech?
"This is a very romantic and important profession, - Mishiko stated open-heartedly as if all romantic professions are just a waste of time. - This is a profession of the brave that many children dream of, and at the same time it requires intelligence and a lot of experience".
Another weird remark. As if ordinary professions of brave people don't need experience or intelligence. Well, Saakashvili is famous for being too eloquent. Another curious thing: Mishiko started saying how much effort the state makes to ensure security of the sailors. Do you think a word was said about the sailors held in Somali captivity for almost a year? No!
"We know this is a risky profession and the recent events have demonstrated that. We think about it all the time", - Saakashvili said. It would seem the next phrase would be dedicated to the efforts applied to release the Georgian crew from captivity - what else can the words about recent events imply? But common logic can't catch up with elegant pirouettes of the president.