Judas Morale or the Armenian case in Georgia Part IV

01.05.23 17:20

The 20th century is upon us. We know what happened in Turkey to the Armenians fighting under the mask of revolution to create a "Great Armenian Empire". Turkey has not forgiven the formation of an unjustified, stupid movement on its territory, and no country would have forgiven it! It was unreasonable and unbelievable when Van Bayburt, a member of the Armenian parliament, demanded that the Georgian parliament recognise the Armenian genocide in Turkey! What did Georgia have to do with it? Who are Armenians to Georgia? Villainous spies! Naturally, this does not concern everyone, but it does not concern Hovhannes Tumanyan. All Armenians must realize the criminal acts of their tribe towards others.


Yes, gentlemen! The twentieth century has arrived! Georgia has finally become independent, as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan! But this independence was hard to maintain! "In 1918 the plight of the Georgian Democratic Republic was taken advantage of by the Dashnicks, who joined the Akhalkalaki district committee and passed a resolution, according to which the Akhalkalaki district was annexed to the Yerevan province. True, Governor-General Shalva Maglakelidze abolished the unjust and unconscionable resolution and restored justice, but the fact of betrayal remained forever" ("Armenia, Enemy or Brother", p. 269). The case did not end that way! "In December 1918 the Yerevan government issued an order to its army to occupy the Borchali and Akhalkalaki districts of the former Tbilisi province. But this is a relatively small significant episode". Let us turn the pages of history a little back and see that when the Ottoman Empire was conquered, 'the allies would decide to create an independent Armenia and to annex the six Ottoman valayets to it' (Z. Avalishvili, 'The Independence of Georgia', Paris, 1924, p. 201).


So, as we can see, in order to achieve their goal, the Armenians weaved an even deeper network of espionage and, as they say, money lights the way to hell... They managed to do so much that even the leaders of the victorious countries became interested in restoring the Great Armenian Empire. President Wilson, Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Balfour and others got involved, so Armenia started a war against Georgia!


"Liberation of Armenia!", was one of the slogans of the war! "On December 10, 1918 the famous Senator Lage introduced a resolution in the US Senate. According to this resolution, the future independent Armenia was to include Ottoman Armenia (six provinces and Cilicia), Russian Armenia and the northern parts of Azerbaijan and Persia (Persian Armenia). According to the map of the future Armenia, which was attached to this edition (Thecase of Armenia), the north-eastern border ran along the banks of the river Mtkvari (approximately from Elisavetpol to the mouth of the Caspian Sea). On this map Armenia is bordered by three seas: the Black Sea, the Mediterranean and the Caspian Sea! (Z. Avalishvili, "Independence of Georgia", p.202, footnote). On this map Javakheti, Borchalo, Gori, Tbilisi are completely encircled. This is called - appetite comes with food... Enough!... That is, at the request of the Dashnaks the newly formed republics (Georgia, Azerbaijan) must be abolished and on their territories (added Ottoman and Persian parts) a "Great Armenian Empire!" must be created. That is, without declaring war, secretly, as always.


On 19 December 1918 the Armenian army invaded Georgia: 'The Georgian army had three battles: at the border of Akhalkalaki district, in Borchali district and at Sadakhlo. All three battles ended in complete defeat for the Armenians. The Georgians took many prisoners and stole cannons. According to the latest reports, the Georgians continued their attack. The Armenians were forced to retreat towards Alaverdi. The Georgians captured an armoured train and prisoners, among them Russian officers'. On January 10, 1919 these information was published by "Times" newspaper. "By means of the missions of England and France the clash between Armenia and Georgia was terminated just at the time when units of the Armenian army, which had penetrated far into the Borchali district, began to retreat" (Z. Avalishvili, 'The Independence of Georgia', 1924, p. 212).


There we can read: 'The Allied Missions also demanded that Georgia liberate Akhaltsikhe, but received a categorical refusal from the Georgian government'. What does this mean, gentlemen? First of all, the fact that the Armenians did not have their own officers, once again points to their non-belligerent nature, and secondly they were so good at "settling" with absolutely all governments that they posed a threat to Georgia, which barely achieved independence. And perhaps we should be grateful to God that the Bolsheviks came and left at least a "republic" within their ranks.


Or what does it all mean? How did such a clever idea come into your head? The Armenians hid behind the Georgian sword for 800 years, hoarding gold in Persia and then in Russia, with our help and on our backs, and we still deserve something like this? They ensured that no one asked the independent Georgian government to establish its borders: "The last chapter of the compromise adopted by Major-General Rechicroft of England and Colonel Chardinier of France, addressed to the chairman of independent Georgia N. Jordania, stated: "Representatives of both states - Georgia and Armenia - will be sent to Europe in a short time, where the larger states will resolve all issues regarding borders. Had it not been for the government of independent Georgia and the invincible policies of General Mazniashvili, no one knows what would have happened...


Aye, gentlemen! All this is absolute truth, just like the fact that General Mazniashvili was a worthy son of the fatherland and there were only 30,000 officers in Georgia at the time! Armenians held gold instead of swords and tried to win the war with bribes, and proved that "Georgia is not Georgia, but the ancient Armenia. This tempting thought and cursed desire confused Mr. Ezov, Armenian odontologist, speaking nonsense in the name of science ...


Consider the article of N. Durnovo "The fate of the Georgian church" in the newspaper of April 4-10, 1988: "Compared to Georgians, the Caucasian administration always gave more advantages to Armenian people. Due to this, almost the whole of Georgia ended up in the hands of Armenians. Armenians resettled from Turkey to Georgia occupied Samtskhei, Borchali, Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki districts. They oppressed Georgians terribly. Russian bureaucracy, instead of showing love and justice to Georgians for the fact that Georgians took refuge under the wings of the Russian eagle of their own free will, on the contrary, sent them greedy exploiters-Armenians. They were driven by a pre-conceived goal - to artificially divide the compact mass of people of Georgian and Turk-Tatar origin, and thus create an allegedly necessary advantage for local aborigines.


Akhaltsikhe and Akhalkalaki districts that were at that time the heart of Zemo Kartli, after their settlement by Armenians, were lost to Georgians. Hundreds of churches and monasteries that had survived - centuries-old wealth of Georgian people - half-ruined appeared in the hands of outsiders (Armenians), they got their hands on centuries-old property of the birthplace of great poet Rustaveli. The Russificationists of Georgian Orthodoxy multiplied Armenian schools and befriended Armenian magnates and clergymen". As time passed and the Armenians themselves became convinced and tried to convince others that Javakheti was their homeland! In 1915 half a million Armenians were exterminated in Turkey because of the short-sightedness of the Dashnak party...". Despite this, Karapetian and pseudo-scientists like him, at the expense of the uneducated masses do not stop talking nonsense!


On 20 August 1998, the Dashnak organisation Javakhk published a draft constitution for the autonomous republic of Javakhk (B. Arveladze, "The Stones Cry Again", Tbilisi, 2004). And this is happening when Georgia is independent, with a president, legislative and executive powers! The Dashnak Javakhk, an organisation run by Echmiadzin, is still very active. С. Karapetyan, who "dedicated" a reference map to Georgians, recognizes the Georgian population in western Georgia and Kartli-Kakheti as aborigines and Armenians as newcomers, while he considers Armenians as indigenous population in Javakheti.


On November 5, 2002 the Russian-language newspaper Novoye Vremya in Yerevan published an article "Javakhk, unpredictable paths of history!" by a research fellow of the Institute of History of the Armenian Academy of Sciences, political scientist Alexander Kananyan. Kananyan writes: "The need to appropriate Javakheti to the Georgian ethnoculture by all means forced Georgian scientists in the Soviet period to publish dozens of volumes in the fields of history, archaeology and architecture. These have deliberately neglected all traces of Armenians on Javakheti territory. This is not only the denial of the large Armenian population on this land, but also the outrageous neglect of medieval (!) monuments of Armenian culture.


Now that is real demagoguery! As sportsmen say, offense is the best defense. Kananyan does the same. If we leave aside the common Georgian, Colchic and Iberian traces of the Bronze Age and samples of subsequent periods of antiquity discovered during excavations in Javakheti, then what to do with the memory of the families Toreli and Jakeli? What to do with the Kumurd temple, a masterpiece of the 11th century, located 8-10 km from Akhalkalaki. How should the blood descendants of David the Builder endure so much humiliation?


But even here they oppose us and are going to take Bagrationi away from us. Let us recall one example: "In 1829-1839. Paskevich, when settling Erzrumian Armenians in Javakheti, did it under the leadership of Bishop Karapet Bagratyan! When the first stream of new settlers set foot on Georgian soil in Javakheti, Bishop Karapet struck a stick on the ground three times and said - 'My home has come from the Armenian land to my native land...'. What did these words mean? He and his people were not Armenians? If they were not, why do they call themselves Armenians? There is no logic in this sentence. As for Karapet, he did a lot to settle Armenians in Javakheti and to destroy Georgians. Today, Armenians, taking advantage of the gentleness and chivalry of Georgians, decorated Akhalkalaki with a monument to Karapet. We did not spare the monument of Memed Abashidze, who returned Batumi district to mother Georgia! Yes, history often very harshly demands an answer from us for our mistakes!


That Armenian map that Avalishvili was talking about is still valid today, gentlemen!... That Armenian map, on which Tbilisi is shown as a mere dot and so is Georgia... Yes, Georgia simply 'does not exist' in the Caucasus!..! This map only shows Armenia, which has access to three seas and owns a huge territory... The interview with the chairman of the Standing Committee of press and information of Armenia Meruzhan Ter-Gulanyan, published in the Yerevan newspaper "Erkir Nairi" on September 9, 1994, proves it. When asked the reporter: "Your cherished dream is the country of Nairi. What would you wish for the readers of 'Erkir Nairi'. To which Mr. Meruzhan replied, "Frankly speaking, the country of Nairi was born in me by Vahan Teryan... "The Nairi country is a distant dream and a dream I have kept sacred in my heart. But then I looked at it realistically. Today I understand that "the country of Nairi" is what I have at the moment, what belongs to us, it is a land of 30,000 square kilometres. Javakhk and Western Armenia (part of Turkey) should be added to it. "The Nairi Land is a distant dream, it was and will be, but the dream must not remain a dream, as things may (!) turn out so that our Nairi Land must be defended. Therefore we must be together for the dream to come true" (Bondo Arveladze, "The stones cry again," Tbilisi, 2004).


Yes, gentlemen! As the players say: the map is open... What else do you need? Add to that Etchmiadzin's demand for 650 churches and... The bet on the primacy in the Caucasus is made! In the XXI century nobody fights with swords, there is no need for chivalry... No! Judas sold Christ for 30 pieces of silver! Yes, only gold is needed! Bribes... и... more bribes... That's what the Armenians think! I think it's just a bad dream. Since Alget will have wolf cubs again...


 Something interesting... Armenians dream about the country of Nairi! They know where the country was and what kind of people lived in it. Who excavated these clay plates telling about the country, why is there no other information? The geographical location alone doesn't mean anything, it's a land grab! Probably because at one time the Alarodians created the same 5th Column in the country as in Tbilisi in 1918 to exterminate Georgians! At that time, in the V-VI centuries BC they (Armenians, Haikis) with the help of Arielians managed to exterminate the Alarodian people of Iberian descent and kind, and drove out the rest (as in Javakheti)... Fortunately in December 1918, the 5th column of Armenians, ruled by Echmiadzin, failed to tame Mazniashvili. By God's grace, Mazniashvili's army drove the Armenians out and reached Yerevan, but... he was stopped by England...!


The attack on Georgia by the army of the Dashnak government took place in secret agreement with the Allies, particularly in agreement with the head of the British occupation forces, General Woffe. With their support, the emboldened Dashnak government of Armenia, on behalf of its foreign minister, delivered an ultimatum to Georgia and demanded it retreat to the borders of Krtli. The Armenians believed that Kartli was a mountainous district (at the time the 5th column of Armenians from Tbilisi had already been formed and was waiting for the order from Echmiadzin to join the battle). This ultimatum implied the liberation of Tbilisi and its handover to the Armenians!..! Here again we refer to Iv. Javakhishvili, quoted by Kananyan: 'This is Armenia's demand for the aforementioned two maps of Armenia, allegedly implying the restoration of the borders of the historical map. It is most fantastical. At the Istanbul conference the Turkish representative revealed the deception of the Armenian maps in one minute. It was so obvious that the representatives of England and France, despite their wishes, could not support the Armenians. But this did not only break the appetite of Armenian politicians to take from Georgia and appropriate to themselves, on the contrary, it raised even more - they wanted immediately to restore ancient borders at the expense of Georgia and Georgian people" (Iv. Javakhishvili, from archive, The "Literary Georgia", 1988, N 34).


The Dashnak government started a war with Georgia without declaring it. Several of Hovhannes Tumanyan's children remained in Yerevan. The great father addressed the children: 'If you take part in the war against Georgia, I will curse you like a father' (B. Arveladze, 'The Stones Cry Again', Tbilisi, 2004).


Despite the bloodshed in this war, Armenians still demanded Georgian territories at the Paris and San Remo conferences in 1919 and 1920.


England and France took over the Transcaucasus after Germany's defeat. Let us listen to Mr. Z. Avalishvili: "The programme of independence of Armenia, which Bogos Nubar Pasha (head of so-called national delegation, appointed by Catholicos of Armenia; the delegation first went to Europe to the conference in London in 1912-1913) was going to defend on behalf of all Armenian people at the peace conference, also manifested when we received the first information from us in London. This programme (Armenia again demanded the transfer of borders and half of Georgia) with the addition of a map (a map of the Great Armenian Empire) was presented in the pages of Temps (31 December 1918) ('Independent Georgia', Paris, 1924).


It should also be noted here that the Georgian delegation (who were speaking without patronage) suddenly had big well-wishers in London. It was Sir John Oliver Wardrop! A very educated and very noble and kind English aristocrat, an admirer of Georgian culture and traditions. Sir John Oliver Wardrop and his sister, Merjorie, who lived in Georgia for several years and were great and loyal friends of the great Elijah. Merjori translated in prose into English "The Knight in the Tiger's Skin" and "Varsamiani".


"Virsamiani" is a significant monument, as it tells of the Muslimization of Persia; no original has survived in Parthian or "Pahlavi" (only an ancient translation in Georgian survives from Persian). Both works were published by the Royal Asiatic Society of London. Unlike Niko Marr, the English Orientalists in fact had no doubts about the Georgian origin of Rustaveli's brilliant poem "The Knight in Tiger's Skin".


We have had a digression, but now we will try to continue the conversation on the basis of documentary sources. Nubar Pasha is favourably described by members of the Georgian delegation, but there is another nuance here. Nubar Pasha was appointed head of the Armenian delegation by the Armenian Catholicos, as well as other representatives. This meant a lot, as each of them was pursuing the political line, which was outlined by Echmiadzin (in general the Armenian Dashnak republic of that time was ruled by Echmiadzin, whose role has not changed for 800 years, since 1065 - after the dissolution of the Armenian kingdom). Subsequent events in 1919 and 1920 clearly showed the true face of the Armenians to the world outside.


'On 28 May 1919 (the first anniversary of the declaration of independence of the Republic of Yerevan) a special act declared the unification of the territories of Armenia which were in Turkey and Transcaucasian Armenia...'. (Z. Avalishvili, 'Independence of Georgia', Paris, 1924, p.266). Thus, the Republic of Yerevan announced the unification of all those territories where Armenians lived and where they did not live either! We are talking about the Transcaucasus, Turkey and Iran! An important decision! Let us go on and see what Zurab Avalishvili writes next. Here we read one sentence taken from the demands of Armenians: "Where Armenians settled, even in the XIX century, that territory must be given to Armenia ...". The same page 268 states: "At the beginning of May 1919 the International Bureau (which later became the second International Bureau) examined the complaint of Michael Varadian (a well-known political figure and patriot, who was a member of delegation in London and representative in Rome), it would be correct to say "denunciation" against the Georgian government, which allegedly oppressed Armenians, showed "imperialism" and clearly violated the principles adopted at the Bern Socialist Conference ...". This was too much! The Armenian national Dashnak party, a promoter of the Echmiadzin ideology, was at the helm!


In Georgia... The head of the government and the main core were social democrats who had arrived from Russia and for whom, in fact, national values did not matter at all. I wonder what was the grievance of Mr. Varadyan (who was supported by other members of the delegation - Agharonyan and Ohanjanian). Z. Avalishvili continues: "Their views were very simple: they expressed astonishment - how dare Georgian Social-Democrats demand these places, where Georgians have never been... The heated argument went on for a long time. Armenians were insisting that Georgians had captured the disputed provinces by force, with the help of German bayonets. Tsereteli responded by reminding them that the Armenians had insidiously attacked Georgia in December. In a word, a "friendly" conversation between neighbours came out... In addition to the developed chapters (Armenians) demanded to adopt another chapter to... Georgian army and administration were withdrawn from the disputed areas (Javakheti, Borchalo and even Tbilisi)...Yes, gentlemen... They were so adamant that "Gusman rebuked them for not wanting to agree".


We now turn our attention to the San Remo conference in April 1920: '... the Armenians claim that by the 'Batumi district' given to Georgia they always meant the territory up to the Chorokhi River, so the Armenians stated that although they recognise the sovereignty of Georgia in Batumi and the Batumi district, they should explain that the Chorokhi River should be accepted as the border between Georgia and Armenia. Our side made a statement that it was impossible for us to even talk about ceding the left bank of the Chorokhi River to Armenia. All attempts to avoid discord were fruitless at this meeting (p.334-335). "


In the end, Dashnak-Armenia had educated the Georgian Social-Democrats and awakened a sense of national dignity. As for the Batumi district, at the time the Georgian borders included the cities of Rize and Trabzon. Armenians were demanding Rize and Trabzon and in addition railway to Batumi. Armenians were insistent in demanding most of Adjara, but the Georgian delegation did not give in. Finally, the Armenians 'generously' conceded, on the condition that Georgia would have jurisdiction in Adjara but that the Armenians would have their own Yerevan-Batumi railway line and their own port (meaning the city of Rize).


 This demand of the Armenians prompted a response. Negotiations were held over the annexation of Batumi to Armenia, the issue was one exit to the sea rather than two, etc. Chkheidze stated categorically: 'what we have presented in the draft is the maximum that Georgia can agree to'. After Chkheidze's categorical statements Armenians did not retreat and once again urged Georgia to recognize that "the railway is their property" and only under this condition they agreed to retain confirmation of the sovereignty of Georgia in Adjara in the text. As for the other parts of Adjara, they would remain with Armenia.


Georgians were to blame for tearing Georgia apart as best they could!..! But... Armenians had the support of an ally. Let us remember at least what it was worth when Mazniashvili drove the Armenian army back to Yerevan and England stopped him! Of course, if Armenians took Tbilisi, where they already had a 5th column to stab in the back, England would not have interfered, as "creation of the Great Armenian empire" was in its interests. Now, at the San Remo conference on April 24, the representative of England stated (p.342): "... I must declare on behalf of Lord Curzon ... that in his opinion the agreement to hand over to Armenia the full ownership of the Batumi District Railway and its western branch must be signed; and if this is not carried out immediately, you will be responsible for the consequences. What I am expressing are the views of the British government".


Despite this pressure the Georgian side did not give up and Chkheidze, a former social-democrat who was already looking through eyes of a descendant of Georgian people, "was supported by all other members of the delegation - Gvardzhaladze, Gobechia and general Odishelidze.


There was one representative in the Armenian delegation, Naradounian, who liked Chkheidze's loyalty and said: 'Such a feeling requires some respect' (p. 345). The San Remo conference as such did not take place; no agreement was reached! Armenia lost a lot with this discord, as did Georgia! Bolshevik Russia and Turkey had a better handle on the matter. The Armenian Dashnak party fled abroad. Shulaver Armenian Committee (including Makharadze, Tskhakaia, Okudzhava) started a rebellion and the 11th Army was brought in, the 5th Column was involved... Lore-Tashir was seized from Georgia in favour of Armenia. Lenin and Makharadze-Orakhelashvili gave Adjara entirely to Turkey. Once again, through the efforts of Mazniashvili and Memed Abashidze, Batumi remained part of Georgia. The northern part of Abkhazia and the district of Sochi was taken by Russia. In the north the border of Khevsureti was moved to the south as far as possible and the northern part was taken back by Russia. The Maharadze and Orakhelashvili project created two "explosive" autonomies: Abkhazia, to which half of Megrelia was added in the form of the Gali district, and Samachablo, the South Ossetian autonomous district... At the time, reader, there were barely 20 Ossetian families there.


That was how the case was dealt with under the leadership of Orjonikidze-Orahelashvili-Makharadze, who had no national consciousness whatsoever! Even worse, Gogoberidze was specifically sent to France to eliminate members of a social-democratic but already national government. These issues, however, are not our subject today! History is made up of historical facts and no one can erase them, eradicate them or uproot, even if it is a sharp knife of Armenians that is aimed at inscriptions and frescoes of Georgian churches in Javakheti and Borchalo!


Based on documentary sources, we have looked at Armenian-Georgian relations. Now we need to move back into the depth of history and look into the facts of where Armenians (Armenians) came from and who are they - older brothers or relentless enemies of Georgians of a foreign race and tribe?


Once again, excessive nobility and democracy (as the ancient Greeks used to say) did not do Georgians any good and the country became so shrunk and narrowed that it was hard not to notice.


Naturally, there are many problems in the Academy of Sciences, professors and academicians at universities, journalists, politicians, but... When one is accused of thievery, desecrating the language, the fatherland and the faith - then one can remain silent?! When they say that Rustaveli, Baratashvili, Ilia and Akaki are not Georgians (they were Armenians) but wrote under Georgian pseudonyms - can we be silent?! Someone should raise their voice, right? And this someone must be a person who, in the words of Ilya, knows a lot about history and linguistics, to make at least the subject of public debate in the press. Well, what's there to hide?


Could the concealment of this fact be the result of the excessive liberalism that Ilya wrote about? After all, do we know who we are? Georgians or Armenians? Crooks, cheaters or descendants of one of the geniuses? As they say, it's "the old song". This pain prompted Ilya Chavchavadze to take up his pen and write his immortal work "Shouting Stones". Why wasn't it published 100 times, 1000 times? But a good story needs a good narrator! D. Bakradze, Iv. Javakhishvili, M. Tamarashvili and M. Tarkhnishvili - what does a unique research mean for them when "business is done by force" and money lights the way to hell? Maybe it was said about this silence - devils are at work in an empty church? If so, then the ethnic Armenians living in two districts of Javakheti - Akhalkalaki and Ninotsminda were right when they stated that "Javakheti is an inseparable part of Armenia", that "Tbilisi is an Armenian city" and that 650 churches were seized by Georgians from Armenians and that "45 churches currently operating, among them Mtskhetis Jvari, Manglisis Jvari... should be urgently handed over to the Diocese of Echmiadzin!", that "Georgia never existed as a country and modern Georgians have appropriated the territory of the Great Armenian Empire!" If this is true, then we really are a bad people! But... there are two sides to the coin, the truth must defeat the lie, and those deceived and subjected to illusion Armenians must know that all this is slander!


Have you ever wondered what the great Elijah would have said if he were alive? There would probably have been another brilliant work created, "The Shrieking Stones", a masterpiece of world-class publicism!


Naturally, it is better not to live in modern Georgia, as 80% of the local population is unemployed, and anyone, female or male, educated or ignorant, if he is not carrying buckets of cement, or selling apples at the market, he is doomed to die... But... this question is so bitter that it is like a stabbing. So I am surprised at the silence of our mature and authoritative historians and Orientalists!


Who are we, where do we come from? Our generation and I want to walk proudly not only in our country! I want to know and want others to know where my nation and my roots come from and to believe that the great Parnavaz and the great David the Builder of Georgia are kings of kings! And that my people did not take anything from other nations, did not snatch and steal anything, they were never invaders! For this you only need to know a little - to know history and understand Orientalism!


It is knowledge that will show us the way out of a dark labyrinth that is called the past of Georgia. Who are we and what caused such terrible envy and enmity of close neighbours such as Armenians and Armenia? Let's scrape together palimpsests and ancient clay plates on which, fortunately for us, history has survived! If we have forgotten, let us remember once again our wise compatriot who said that the overthrow, destruction and humiliation of a nation begins when it forgets its history, when it forgets its past, its former life. Forgetting history, the past, eradication of the past life from memory is tantamount to spiritual and bodily death. The past is the foundation of the present, as the present is the foundation of the future. These three eras, three periods in the life of a people are so interlinked that the first is impossible without the second, incomprehensible and unknowable. There is a well-known saying: "The present is born of the past and the parent of the future!


The great Ilya compares a nation without a past, without history, with a man without a home, "who does not know who he is, what he exists for, and therefore such people are no different from cattle and are behind everyone else...!"


"... Our nation has lived 2,000 years of historical life. Many strong and many unfit stones have been laid to strengthen our present and to create the future. And that this is the case, there is proof of that. What a handful of people have been hiding in the midst of relentless enemies for 2,000 years. How this beautiful garden that is called Georgia would have survived the greed of foreign tribes if it had not had a solid foundation ...".


It is a pity that more soft, crumbling stones were laid in the last century. I hope our descendants and future generations will not say the same thing about us. History is repeating itself and if every Georgian does his duty towards his homeland today, he will not join the list of pathetic and miserable Georgians whose list of names has always been a source of shame, and who have been shunned! Thanks to degenerated Georgians we lost Lore, Tashir, half of Adjara the day before yesterday, Abkhazia and Samachablo yesterday and today ... Javakheti is next in line!

The end follows.



David Maisuradze

Master of Political Science

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