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Fascist «PIC»2011-11-29 12:04
The TV channel "PIC" regularly works off the money allocated by the Georgian government for the information war against Russia. Despite the fact that Mikhail Saakashvili has repeatedly called Armenian leader Serzh Sargsyan his friend, the incitement of national aversion between Yerevan and Baku by the American vassal is obvious. At least journalist from the publication "Voice of Armenia" has spotted such trend in the story of this media company about the Armenian athletes.
Levon Melik-Shahnazaryan, the author of a verbose article, published in the newspaper "Voice of Armenia", appeals to the facts. According to him, a certain wrestling coach, a former resident of the town of Shusha in Nagorno-Karabakh, gave an interview to the TV "PIC" in which he told me that his student was brutally murdered by the Armenian side because he had refused to fight against the Azerbaijanis. The reporter, who spoke with a guest, called no names, no addresses, no secret addresses. It's not a secret that propaganda channel is waging active information war against Russia, but there's only two options why he is so openly making mischief Mikhail Saakashvili, who argues that the future of the region is in its consolidation.
Either the Georgian leadership comes to terms with the fact that the economic blockade of Armenia does not bring spectacular results - Yerevan still looks at Moscow - and so, they must not waste meager resources on them. Or it happened on a misunderstanding, for example, due to shortcomings of installation. However, the second option is unlikely. It is obvious that Azerbaijan, as an economic leader among the three Caucasian republics, spends a lot of money for the Georgian business environment. And they want to receive dividends, including the political ones. Now Baku faces with a problem - to solve the problem of Nagorno-Karabakh, but not to quarrel with Russia, since Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev does not adhere to the position of his Georgian counterpart and prefers diplomacy to confrontation.
But Armenia, which has appeared in a very unfortunate geographical position just like South Ossetia, condemned to the protectorate of a stronger state. The question is, how Moscow will behave, if Baku continues to be hostile to Yerevan. It is clear that both sides goes too far, however, this alleged "historical hatred" is dictated not by how the relationship between Armenians and Azerbaijanis, but by the memory of the genocide in the Ottoman Empire, which natives had founded a separate state near Georgia and Armenia.