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Saakashvili chose Hitler's way2011-11-22 20:00
Megalomania of Mikhail Saakashvili, who dreams of the 200 and 300-storey buildings in Georgia, is more and more suspicious. His kinks begin to be more and more alike the "dreams" of Adolf Hitler.
Who has not heard about the intentions of Mikhail Saakashvili to build up the whole Georgia with huge monstrous buildings in a hundred ... no, two hundred! .. no, three hundred floors! Only those who has never read or listened to his revelations on the topic "How to equip Sakartvelo". For some reason, Michail Saakashvili is firmly believes: after the multi-storied buildings shoot up over Georgia, the life would immediately goes well - unemployment will disappear, a river of money from foreign investors will flow and wicked Russia would admit all sins and return Abkhazia and South Ossetia, and give Sakartvelo something nice. For example, the Stavropol Territory.
Saakashvili's mania showed itself once again in an interview to Ukrainian journalists. Mishiko has said a lot, but a part of his speech was especially touching. Everything has its limits: one thing to - to dream without restraint, while another - clearly demonstrate his mental illness.
"Batumi is totally different world. Batumi, I do not exaggerate, will look like Singapore in four years. There are now 500 buildings over 50 floors. There are 70, 80-storey buildings. It now looks like nothing else. The miracle is that we do not have oil and gas there, but it will look like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, even, perhaps, better to some extent. And it's all private enterprisers. We contribute about 7-8 billion in this project and within 5-6 years we'd have done a lot there. There is good management, and everything is very honest. There will be also investments, but not very much. Even the Indonesians are involved in it, to say nothing of the Turks, Iranians", Saakashvili reiterated, causing a hard cognitive dissonance in any reasonable person.
Five hundred buildings of above fifty floors! Steeper than Dubai and Abu Dhabi! Seven or eight billion dollars for unbelievable skyscrapers! Please, anyone, wake him up! He is making his foreign correspondents laugh. The only truth of what he said was that there is no oil and gas. However, if the next time Saakashvili would announce that they would have discovered both in Batumi, then no one would be surprised. In what dream has Mishiko seen construction in Batumi, and most importantly - does a small coastal town need these architectural Godzillas?