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Mishiko to take Europe by storm2011-12-16 11:50
While Bidzina Ivanishvili promises to realize the Georgian dream, Mikhail Saakashvili has come out with a new proposal to bring a historical dream to life. Psychological state of the leader of Sakartvelo has obviously grown better after the resumption of negotiations with the European Union that has recently been only scolding and criticizing the Georgian authorities. He is eager to storm EU borders anew, streaming the starred blue cloth. However, Mikhail Nikolozovich seems to be still failing to know history.
Georgia is unable to find its place in history, not to mention the permanent geopolitical cataclysms shaking this small Caucasian republic. On one hand, Georgian national teams take part in European competitions and some of the English-language sources even rank it as Eastern Europe, while the same number of sources classes the Georgians among the citizens of the Middle East and Asia. Anthropologically, most of them belong to the near-Asian race, being close to the people of Transcaucasia and Near Asia: Armenians, Kurds, partially Azerbaijani, as well as to the Turks, Syrians, Persians and Jews.
The problem became the keystone of Mikhail Saakashvili's policy in 2004 when he raised the European Union flag during his inauguration without asking for Brussels' opinion. Having tried the fruits of their leader's nationalistic policy, the Georgians started harping on European integration. However, Georgia is not in the least culturally or spiritually connected with EU, despite its ardent desire to storm EU borders immediately. By the way, many Georgian wordsmiths allow "Freudian slips" when comparing Sakartvelo not to Great Britain, Germany or Belgium but to Bulgaria and the countries of the former Yugoslavia. It looks like a common Georgian is ready to admit relationship with all the Balkan Slavs but denies his kinship with Russia that has acted as a catalyzer in uniting separate countries into a single South-Slavic state.