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The Georgians were sold into night slavery2011-12-16 11:48
Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili personally inspected the construction site in Batumi, having selected the most appropriate time for this: 3 a.m. As you know, people in Sakartvelo work from dawn till dusk, but what is written about this in the Labor Code?
Which political system reigns today in Georgia? It seems the answer to this question is clear to the obscene: Sakartvelo is presidential republic, constantly wandering along the path of democracy. But if you look closely, you find out amazing thing. In fact, in Georgia there is a real slavery, covered by a veil of bravura presidential speeches.
Last night, Mikhail Saakashvili was not sleeping. At 3 a.m. the president could be found not in bed, but at the construction site in Batumi. You ask what Mishiko was doing at that time in a place where you can break arms, legs and neck in the darkness? Perhaps he wanted to get his limbs into plaster, just like his idol Anders Fogh Rasmussen? The president seems not to be ten years old and he seems not to go in for parkour. But explanation is quite simple: Mikhail was inspecting the workers who work hard day and night in the construction of socialism, excuse me, i meant "democracy".
Mishiko suffered insomnia not alone, but together with the Prime Minister of Adjara Levan Varshalomidze, who, perhaps, even wanted to have a good sleep, but was forced to make the company for restless president. They inspected the hotel Kempinski, which is under construction, new Technical University, the Government House and apartment buildings. At a.m. the work there was in full swing and "pleased" the residents of neighboring areas very much.
"Georgia is being under construction day and night, because for decades we have lost much time, and we have no time to sleep", the leader of Sakartvelo explained the non-stop work. He added that he "cannot fail to be proud of it".
It's not very clear what makes the head of the country, residents of which are forced to work hard without sleep or rest, so proud? Maybe perfectly arranged slaveholding system? But you must admit, that such "breakthroughs" were appropriate at the end of the primitive communal period, when the transition to slavery probably looked really fresh and progressive. But now? In the twenty-first century? And all this against the backdrop of endless twaddle on democracy and human rights?