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Tourists will drive Saakashvili to heart failure2011-07-21 00:36
The Georgian president is as sensitive as a sadist that beats his victims to death and cries over a weak kitten. Mishiko could weep over hundreds of refugees whom his ministry sends to die in hunger. Or he could think of a miserable destiny of thousands of Tbilisi beggars asking for food because their salaries and pensions are not enough to make two ends meet. But these are trifles that don't touch the heart of Mikheil Nikolozovich. But what is tearing his poor heart apart?
What is Mikheil Saakashvili's heart overwhelmed with? Lets' consider the issue globally - without regard to his variegated private life and love adventures are dangerously intercrossed with politics. Let's imagine that Mishiko is a real political figure whose primary concern is high politics.
Presently Georgia is facing billions of problems that should have driven a genuinely caring leader to a hospital bed. It's strangling poverty, massive unemployment, crowds of beggars, homeless refugees whose last piece of bread is taken. Agriculture in ruins, complete inability of the authorities to enliven the country at least a bit. The sold-out costal territories are de-facto owned by Turks. Religious squabbles. Decomposed industry...
Against this background president Mikheil Saakashvili is all smiles and speeches as shown on TV or heard on the radio. His fabulous laughter makes people's ears and faces ache. Forget this nonsense. We are building democracy, yearning for NATO membership, we have defeated corruption and the police don't take bribes any more. It's a different matter that now drivers are left to their own devices on the road. The key point is that opposition is punished regularly.
Yet, there is something that can hit Mishiko right to the bottom of his heart. As he confesses, he was on the point of a heart failure visiting Sairme balneal resort. As Saakashvili frankly said, the place was in such a disastrous state that it almost broke his heart. The conclusion is simple: the president won't survive a strike on his wallet that serves as his vital organ. Because Sairme's modest incomes almost drove Mishiko to hospitalization.
Now however things seem to be right: the resort has been slightly renovated, sewerage and water supply systems have been completed. And Saakashvili personally inaugurated the hotel with the same name. The president has no more health problems.