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Mishiko sells body parts2011-11-25 11:55
Generosity of Mikheil Saakashvili knows no limits. He is ready to give any part of his body for the return of "breakaway" Abkhazia and South Ossetia to Sakartvelo's fold. However, this generosity show is meant exclusively for Russia, but, who knows probably some friend from overseas will have mercy on Georgia? As we know, one organ of Saakashvili's body is already "booked" by Vladimir Putin. So what: will the Georgian president agree to such an exchange?
Every time Mr. Saakashvili takes part in an opening ceremony of a monument or something else, he delivers lengthy speeches. The audience is always bored, but Mishiko is restless. His plan is to insult mother Russia - in the first place - and to get down to domestic issues afterwards. The fact that Georgia rots is nicely hushed down by nationalistic propaganda against "evil occupants" eager to take complete control of the Caucasian republic.
The Georgian leader now knows the way out. This is self-sacrifice or barter - choose any word. Saakashvili is ready to grant any part of his body to Kremlin in exchange for revoked recognition of Abkhazia's and South Ossetia's independence. If some other country except for Russia gets interested in this proposal, Mikheil Saakashvili will be glad to sacrifice himself to them - preferably Western states, naturally. He sees this act as a sort of symbol: in this way he wants to lift his rating and demonstrate his ardent patriotism. This example must be followed by the entire society of Georgia that still views Sukhum and Tskhinval not as a motherland of brotherly nations, but as lands for their own use.
For those oppositionists who, as Mikheil Saakashvili believes, have "slavish mentality" and cling to Moscow, he has one-way ticket to Russia - with no chance of return. Georgia itself wants to become Moscow's nightmare after it becomes Caucasian Singapore or Hong Kong leading to the end of Vladimir Putin's time. Getting back to body organs. This is what Mishiko promised opening a session of government in the new house of the Cabinet: "Current leaders of Russia are full of hatred for the Georgian nation. It's not only Saakashvili they hate. They used to hate Shevardnadze, they will hate new Georgian leaders. This is an instinct of the imperial mentality. This mentality is not typical of Russian leaders only. The Russian Church has announced a crusade to restore the Soviet Union, and consequently - for those who don't understand - to end Georgia's independence".