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Tbilisi in Libyan tricolor2011-08-25 17:17
In light of the latest news from Libya Georgia wakes up announcing its support for rebels (until it is too late). Sakartvelo's ministry for foreign affairs comes up with a welcome letter to Libyan insurgents expressing content over the end of Gaddafi's regime and the arrival of Interim National Council in Tripoli. By all appearances, Georgian authorities view Libyan rebels that serve NATO and shamelessly kill their people as kindred souls.
As we know, representatives of Sakartvelo's political elite take all bright, shiny and unnecessary things to their homes like magpies. For instance, EU or NATO banners that have nothing to do with Georgia. Now there is one more banner the leaders of Tbilisi are ready to give a loyalty oath to. This is a tricolor of Libyan insurgents assuring the world that they have finally taken control of Tripoli, thanks Allah. Georgian foreign office was happy to welcome Benghazian bandits bringing peace, democracy and the rain of NATO bombs to their people.
"Georgia welcomes the fact that the long period of Gaddafi's dictatorship will soon be over. It is to be hoped that the Libyan people will soon be given a chance to uphold their rights and express their free will throughout their own country", - the Ministry of Foreign affairs stated against the background of ceaseless reports on Tripoli falling to Libyan insurgents.
The victorious news about rebels is supplemented by a well-coordinated Georgian chorus. "The Georgian Foreign Ministry supports the efforts undertaken by the Transitional National Council of Libya towards ensuring order and stability in the country, as well as those undertaken by the North-Atlantic Alliance towards protecting the peaceful population from their dictator, Gaddafi", - Grigol Vashadze's ministry sings sweetly along. Well, let's see to what kind of rigorous, fair and, most importantly, honest and stable liberators the Georgian foreign office sings this hosanna.
As we know, the news on events in Tripoli is reported chaotically. Two days ago western mass media were booming about successes of the insurgent army, the capital of Libya taken control of, Gaddafi's sons arrested and murdered. But less than two days later they had to offer shy excuses reporting on "captivated and murdered" children of the dictator walking freely along quiet streets of "the captured city" accompanied by crowds of journalists and giving interviews.