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“Misha, we are lost. Pray, stop it”2011-07-15 19:38
Leader of the People's Movement oppositional party Nino Burdzhanadze gave a long interview to radio station Echo of Moscow where she disclosed
several secrets at once. She told about the difference between the current Georgian propagandistic version of the August-2008 events and reality, shared her opinion about the new religious law and revealed the "economic miracles" of Saakashvili's epoch, for which the president's successor will have to pay a lot.
Today's Georgia resembles a cripple with sores all over him who has put on bright cheap clothes. These clothes distract attention and no one notices the blood and pus trickling from the wounds under the coloured cloth, and the contaminated body. Such comparison inevitably comes to one's mind when one reads the interview given by head of the People's Movement oppositional party Nino Burdzhanadze, against whom real police terror has been arranged in Georgia.
"In fact, we have painted the facades, we hold large concerts in Batumi and in the center of Tbilisi but behind these facades, the situation is ruinous. The economic situation is distressful", - Burdzhanadze admitted, refuting the boastful words of Mishiko who is so fond of describing the wonderful life in his country.
It is customary today to criticize the "Old Man" (president of Byelorussia) and his Byelorussian policy: he is said to be the worst dictator in Europe who has brought the country to its finger-ends. But if we compare the two presidents objectively, it becomes clear that Saakashvili is worse than Lukashenko in all respects. No people die under the batons of Byelorussian policemen and with all economic collapses, no one begs for food in the street. Burdzhanadze presented figures that make it clear that the Old Man will have to make room on the leading villain's throne, or even give it up completely.