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Saakashvili eliminates slavish mentality by driblets2011-07-22 21:00
The president of Georgia is doing his best to promote national tourism industry: for just one day he did some skiing in the mountains and scuba dived in the sea explaining how he will eliminate slavish mentality in Sakartvelo. However, if Saakashvili's "exploits" are watched carefully, there is one curious trend. He never invents things strictly following the example of his number one "enemy" - PM Vladimir Putin.
Relationships between the Georgian president and Russian PM are very similar to rivalry between Ellochka the cannibal and Vanderbilt, a millionaire woman from overseas. Vladimir Putin can't literally make a step that won't be copied or reproduced by his constant hater - the leader of Georgia.
Remarkably, Mikheil Saakashvili seems to dislike routine duties of a prime minister. It's boring to go around the country, revive production facilities, punish the government. It's much more fun to do and redo bright, catching actions. The difference is that Putin seems to follow a rigid principle that business is before pleasure preferring to yield benefit even from pleasures, and Saakashvili adores having fun explaining that it is real business.
Recently Mikheil Saakashvili had really great fun. Together with Alberto Tomba, a guesting Italian athlete, the president went to ski in mountainous Svanetia, Mestia holiday locality. Then he went to Batumi to scuba dive and made a number of trite anti-Russian statements. All this was connected with the development of tourism industry in Georgia but looked more like ugly attempts to "be like Putin" that, as we know, scuba dived in the Baikal lake and enjoys skiing on a regular basis.
Eternal rivalry, a childish desire to catch, outrun and put out his tongue on the run. Why not make a parachute jump or ride a motorbike? Or is Saakashvili's obsession to overdo the Russian prime minister on his field so strong? He could take up dzyudo then, why not?
Pretending to be "a real man" the Georgian president has completely forgotten what his troublesome tongue pronounces. Can a statement that Georgia has "the least salty, light and safe water" be taken seriously? What is the meaning of it? This is exactly what Saakashvili said referring to Ajarian beaches.