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Saakashvili teaches to muddle brains2011-08-04 20:05
Mikheil Nikolozovich, silent for a while, is now back to surprise his citizens and sideline observers with the scope of his imagination and verbal eloquence. In a burst of inspiration he told why female models were recruited to the customs service tasked to "muddle drivers' brains". The president also boasted that Georgia is the best country of the world with so many achievements, naturally due to Saakashvili's wise governance. Girls are nothing, mister president! You are number one to throw dust in people's eyes.
If Mikheil Nikolozovich did not exist he should have been invented. Certainly not as president of Georgia - this is unnecessary. He could be a host and a star of a TV comedy show. In this role Mishiko is inimitable. Things he says sound like masterpieces in the world's collection of absurdities. It all would have been funny if it was not so sad.
On the other hand, Saakashvili is a real source of enlightenment for his own nation that has unique knowledge. After all, who else but their president would explain to them that Georgians live in the most ordinary and safest country in the world with 90% of the countries envying it?
"It was easy for us to get used to ordered and clear Georgia without corruption and with a low criminal activity... People's life is simple here and they think it must be this way. Practically no other country has it", - Saakashvili told at the ceremony of handing first multifunctional ID cards.
What a severe psychological shock Mishiko's nationals must feel coming to Europe, America, or (God forbid) somewhere to the north of Georgia! After all, "90% of the world countries" (and it is much more than poor, underdeveloped African regions) have dirty streets, miserable citizens are afraid to go out after dark, policemen and officials in general are totally corrupt, and any career progress is possible only through nepotism. The funniest thing that Saakashvili is completely serious about it.
Against this background the future of Georgia seems light and carefree. As Mishiko stated, Sakartvelo has simplest bureaucratic procedures, life in Georgia is safe to the limit, and the relations between government and people are hearty. "Only we have achieved that, no other country has!" - Mishiko boasted. Hey, how about blessed America? Aren't you going too far, beacon of the world's democracy"?
Though it's clear that the euphemism about "90% of the countries" full of envy for Georgia refers to the only country (for some reason not named directly this time). Yet, it can be recognized by manners that Saakashvili hurriedly enumerated.