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Saakashvili has found USSR on the Internet2011-11-10 22:05
In the fall, Mikhail Saakashvili has fallen into the anti-Soviet paroxysm. He sees the USSR in everything - from Vladimir Putin to the Odnoklassniki. And he generously shares his observations with appreciative listeners.
It's hard for Georgian president to live in this world. The Soviet Union collapsed twenty years ago, but his ghost persistently pursues the unfortunate Mikhail Saakashvili, not giving to watch TV calmly or carelessly serfing on the Internet. Wherever you spit, there's ominous shadow of the Soviet Union everywhere, hanging over the little Georgia, threatening personally Mishiko.
The leader of Sakartvelo, forcing his Soviet past from himself, drop by drop, courageously tells the whole world about the machinations of the late Soviet Union, and reveals where it hides and how it looks. Particularly, according to Saakashvili, they must protect children. Allegedly, they can go to the Internet and get caught into the Soviet claws.
"Today the media is waging ideological struggle. The Odnoklassniki have been created in order to find out what cliches have remained at the post-Soviet space, which can influence the post-Soviet man, to get information about what is happening in all the republics", Mishiko intimidated students in Kvareli.
It is unclear why Georgian leader has insulted the entire Internet "media", but let's not quibble. One thing is certain: Russian social network called the Odnoklassniki - is a terrible poison for the fragile psyche of Georgian children.
"Incidentally, it was in trend in Georgia, but now the Facebook has won because in our the mentality we live not in post-Soviet country", Saakashvili did not miss the opportunity to bow and scrape before the American network. We hasten to dispel Mishiko's belief: it's not that Georgia has finally thrown off the oppressive shadow of the USSR (like the Georgians immediately pull it back on themselves when the president doesn't look at them). The thing is that mostly the young people are sitting on the Internet, and they have nothing to do on the Odnoklassniki - a network for older people.
"You must be the main driving force. It is important that the Georgians have been very active in social media, because there are knowledges", Saakashvili has inspired the kids. Of course, with such a Minister of Education, as Dimitri Shashkin, it is easier to get the knowledge online than in school.