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Mishiko to win a bike race2011-09-01 13:33
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili was on a break before presenting a new bright speech. As a skilful actor, he can't keep silent for a long time. Admirers of his oratorial talent won't be dissapointed by what their idol came up with. Thus, to your attention are Saakashvili's promises that Georgia will catch up with and outstrip Europe's most prosperous countries, report on Sakartvelo's inconceivable growth rates and - as a special treat: an ordinary Dutchman's opinion on Mishiko and Mishiko's opinion on an ordinary Dutchman.
Mishiko's opinion on an ordinary Dutchman.
Articles dedicated to Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili look more and more like a circus show to be introduced by an exclamation: "Come and see! Meet an imitable and brilliant clown!" There is no need to comment on his words. Neither does it make sense to interpret his anecdotes - the effect will be ruined.
Mishiko's every new speech is more fiery, his promises are more grandiose, and the degree of self-admiration beats all records. Saakashvili knows how to turn downright insults and mockery into self-praise leaving a humble role to everyone else. After all, they don't get the point of what the Georgian president speaks about(fools!).
Mishiko presented his new brilliant speech in Kutaisi visiting the construction site of a new parliament building. By all appearances, this sight made the president dizzy - he seems to have lost his mind completely.
"This is a real historical process for we are not just building a state-of-the-art building of Parliament. Most importantly, this is complete change of social psychology in Georgia. In practice, Georgia will be boosted by new energy that the Parliament will bring to Kutaisi carrying social and economic development along", - Mishiko announced.
Ok, it's clear that everything in Georgia is top rate - including the building of Parliament. But what do energy and psychology have to do here? Is this a fan-shuy project in Kutaisi?
Still, at times Saakashvili realizes that construction of the Parliament building is not a panacea for all troubles. And then his speeches reveal praiseworthy modesty.
"Kutaisi has many social problems. Naturally, Parliament won't be able to solve all that, but many things can be solved".