Saturday, September 26, 2009

Medvedev's "friendship"?

According to RIA Novosti russian president? Medvedev still promotes the idea of Georgians having a moscow friendly president like the specimen they have installed in Chechnya, Kadyrov:

"I personally will not deal with President Saakashvili because he committed a crime against his own people, and the people of South Ossetia," but Moscow would be happy to build "good, warm" relations with Tbilisi, "based on hundreds of years of friendship," but not with Saakashvili. (Source: Eurasianet)

What “hundreds of years of friendship” means can be read in the signed handwritten death sentences passed by a number of more or less degenerated former soviet leaders, displayed together with all the broken deals Russia has signed, in the Tbilisi streets on the memorial day for the 2008 russian attack (se picture). Also the Russian troops killing 20 students with gas in 1989 will surely be remembered by the Georgians as an act of friendhip together with all the warmongery, embargos and support of all kinds of separatism from 1991 and onwards? I really don’t know what planet you come from, Medvedev.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Oleg said...

Thank you for the blog Eistein , and thank you for supporting Georgia.

I think Saakashvili gave a very good speech i UN , he touched upon extermination of the Chechen people and how Russians have killed thousands of innocent civilians including women and children.

http://www.civil.ge/eng/article.php?id=21504

Those who unleashed war in my region and led ethnic cleansing campaigns in my country - said yesterday in this very hall, from this very rostrum - that they had to do it, I quote, "to implement the principle of indivisibility of security" - in order to, "step over the legacy of the past era". La langue de bois – very classical la langue de bois from old times.

The only thing that they stepped over was our sovereign border.

They said they had to do it... as their predecessors had to invade Poland in 1939, Finland in 1940, Hungary in 1956, Czechoslovakia in 1968 and Afghanistan in 1979.

And they had to erase a capital of 400,000 inhabitants - Grozny, to destroy and exterminate the proud Chechen nation and kill tens of thousands of innocent women and children.


I think this is important, since Chechen people have been given very little to almost no voice in the UN. And lastly of course the bloody, unlawful Russian occupation of Abkhazia and Ossetia still continues as Saakashvili pointed out. also half a million Georgians remain displaced because of it. Abkhazia is a nation built on upon killing and some of the worst atrocities of the late 20th century were committed against Georgians there. i hope that the world will not once again turn a blind eye to this bloody, terrible occupation and will start doing something about it.

Sunday, September 27, 2009 8:52:00 pm  
Blogger Eistein G. said...

Hello, Oleg. I agree. It was a good speach. But I am not overly optimistic. I think Poland in 1939, Finland in 1940, Hungary in 1956, Czechoslovakia in 1968 and Afghanistan in 1979 says it all. The europeans have no leverage due to the EU-system of organizing things. And France, Germany and Italy is obviously willing to sacrifice Georgia for closer ties with russia. I didn't hear much from those nations either during the extermination of the population in Grozny.

Sunday, September 27, 2009 11:35:00 pm  
Blogger Khatia Caroline said...

Friendship? funny! Medvedev may thinks he is emperor of words and can edit definition of those. In his mind friendship, good friendship probably is to rape and to kill.

Tuesday, October 06, 2009 7:25:00 pm  

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