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Georgian authorities decided to call geographical objects in the country the names of soldiers killed in August 2008

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The Georgian authorities decided to follow the path of “perpetuating the memory of the soldiers who fought with the Russian aggression.” We are talking about assigning to one or another geographical objects on the territory of Georgia the names of the servicemen who participated in the attack on South Ossetia in August 2008. Newspaper "Sight", referring to its own correspondent in Tbilisi, reports that one of the "perpetuation" took place in the western part of Georgia.


The idea is that the bridge in the village of Zemo Partskhma was named after Captain Merab Ahobadze. It is reported that a delegation of Georgian officials headed by the Minister of Defense Tinatin Khidasheli visited the family of the deceased soldier. The delegation included representatives of the General Staff of the country. Ms. Khidasheli presented the state flag of Georgia to the family and friends of Merab Ahobadze.

Georgian authorities decided to call geographical objects in the country the names of soldiers killed in August 2008


The ministry of defense of the country announced that an action called “Remember and love your heroes” began in Georgia.

For reference: ml. Lieutenant Merab Ahobadze is one of the Georgian soldiers who died in the armed conflict in August 2008. He served in the IV Infantry Brigade of the Armed Forces of Georgia.

According to the official data of the main military department of Georgia, 2008 killed Georgian soldiers during the August 170 conflict, more than 300 were injured.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 23 May 2016 12: 37
    +15
    How long is such a memory? Many shout about Russian aggressors. Only for some reason they show on TV all sorts of dummies, and not someone specific. I remember how columns of proud Georgians darting toward Tbilisi showed. What will be called in their honor?
    1. just exp
      just exp 23 May 2016 12: 38
      +8
      until money is tight and Russia needs to be begged again.
      1. oldseaman1957
        oldseaman1957 23 May 2016 12: 47
        +4
        Quote: just explo
        heavenly georgia

        Anti-Russia on the march. Earlier, at least the honor of noble Georgian princes did not allow to lie, but now ... All the "noble" rags, for the sake of rich patrons, are ready to defile and slander anything.
        1. Comrade Schucher
          Comrade Schucher 23 May 2016 13: 36
          +4
          [quote] Georgia launched an action called “Remember and Love Your Heroes.” [quote]
          Well, yes ... Of course, we must remember ... Shame and mediocre lost warriors, then in memory ...
          It is especially shameful that the victims did not defend their homeland, but came to a foreign land to kill unarmed people.
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      2. Gray brother
        Gray brother 23 May 2016 13: 32
        +1
        Quote: just explo
        until money is tight and Russia needs to be begged again.

        They are now clinging to the other boobs. Now they will bring up mountain banderlogs, as in one almost European country.
    2. St Petrov
      St Petrov 23 May 2016 12: 38
      +5
      heavenly georgia

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    4. siberalt
      siberalt 23 May 2016 12: 47
      +3
      Yeah. And on the gravestone write "Here rests forced to peace."
    5. Alexey-74
      Alexey-74 23 May 2016 12: 53
      +9
      Always the warriors were useless .... and the most offensive ungrateful. When the St. George Treatise on the patronage of the Russian Empire was signed in 1783, they didn’t yell about the occupation, when the real question was about the destruction of Georgia as a state .... and what as a result ????
    6. Maxom75
      Maxom75 23 May 2016 12: 57
      +5
      there will be Avenue of the Drapery Defenders, Generals Boulevard upskirt, and Bow Tie Square.
    7. Dam
      Dam 23 May 2016 12: 58
      +2
      Propaganda of national hatred of once fraternal peoples in action. Eh, you had to go to Tbilisi, hang these ruling elites on poles, there would also be good propaganda
      1. razmik72
        razmik72 23 May 2016 14: 29
        -3
        Quote: Damm
        Propaganda of national hatred of once fraternal peoples in action. Eh, you had to go to Tbilisi, hang these ruling elites on poles, there would also be good propaganda

        Dear members of the forum, the USSR was collapsed already 25 years ago, now every nation has its own hero. Russians have one hero, Georgians have another, and Armenians have a third. The name of Ashot Gulyan "Oskolok" is unlikely for Russians - he will say something, but he is a hero of Armenia and my personal idol. He received the nickname "Shard" as a result of numerous shrapnel wounds, many fragments were stuck in his body and were not removed, when boarding the plane the metal detector rang. For us he is a hero, but for Azerbaijanis was the worst enemy. The perpetuation of the names of heroes has never been a shameful phenomenon anywhere, oblivion is a shame.
        1. Corporal Valera
          Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 15: 00
          +7
          For reference: ml. Lieutenant Merab Ahobadze is one of the Georgian soldiers who died in the armed conflict in August 2008. He served in the IV Infantry Brigade of the Armed Forces of Georgia.

          For reference: took part in an attack on peacekeepers and punitive operations against civilians in South Ossetia.
          1. razmik72
            razmik72 23 May 2016 15: 12
            +1
            Quote: Corporal Valera
            For reference: ml. Lieutenant Merab Ahobadze is one of the Georgian soldiers who died in the armed conflict in August 2008. He served in the IV Infantry Brigade of the Armed Forces of Georgia.

            For reference: took part in an attack on peacekeepers and punitive operations against civilians in South Ossetia.

            Corporal, you shouldn't have put a minus. I won't say about a Georgian, but my idol, if you look from the point of view of Azerbaijanis, is a "punisher". The detachments under his command took more than one Azerbaijani village, but he always left a passage for the civilian population. He had no other choice - from these Azerbaijani villages there was continuous shelling of nearby Armenian villages.
            1. just exp
              just exp 23 May 2016 16: 19
              +4
              You didn't get it. Georgian "hero" was among those who attacked the Peacekeepers.
              it is a war crime.
            2. Corporal Valera
              Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 16: 51
              +3
              Quote: razmik72
              Corporal, you shouldn't have put a minus. I won't say about a Georgian, but my idol, if you look from the point of view of Azerbaijanis, is a "punisher". The detachments under his command took more than one Azerbaijani village, but he always left a passage for the civilian population. He had no other choice - from these Azerbaijani villages there was continuous shelling of nearby Armenian villages.

              KVM is not in vain, but if you really need a plus, then plus the next post. I really don’t know your hero, but I know that an attack on peacekeepers is a war crime, shelling from the city of Tskhinval is a war crime. And this one, like him, is not a hero, but an ordinary punisher, whatever one may say
        2. avva2012
          avva2012 23 May 2016 15: 19
          +3
          Quote: razmik72 The USSR was already ruined as 25 years ago, now every nation has its own hero.

          Maybe you should write an article about the conflict in Karabakh, how do you see it?
          At the expense of the heroes. Armenians and Azerbaijanis have been fighting for a long time, but your conflict is different from the 08.08.08. War, fundamentally because the Georgians could not help but know that they are fighting against Russian peacekeepers. Peacekeepers who stood there legally. And, therefore, it was not even a conflict. where one side hates the other and each has its own truth, but it was a provocation. A provocation planned in faraway America. To the Georgians, the directors were treated like laboratory mice. Among the white mice, are there any heroes?
          1. razmik72
            razmik72 23 May 2016 16: 00
            +7
            Quote: avva2012
            Quote: razmik72 The USSR was already ruined as 25 years ago, now every nation has its own hero.

            Maybe you should write an article about the conflict in Karabakh, how do you see it?
            At the expense of the heroes. Armenians and Azerbaijanis have been fighting for a long time, but your conflict is different from the 08.08.08. War, fundamentally because the Georgians could not help but know that they are fighting against Russian peacekeepers. Peacekeepers who stood there legally. And, therefore, it was not even a conflict. where one side hates the other and each has its own truth, but it was a provocation. A provocation planned in faraway America. To the Georgians, the directors were treated like laboratory mice. Among the white mice, are there any heroes?

            Among white, gray and other mice and generally rodents smile there are no heroes. My first comment was a bit lengthy and the forum users got the impression that I sympathize with the Georgian. But they, the Georgians, he was elevated to the rank of a hero for lack of real ones.
            On the satellite, I watch the Azerbaijani CBC TV channel, which often shows a Georgian documentary in which Georgians, with their interpretation, talk about the short-term war between Georgia and Armenia in 1918, during which Georgian regular troops, taking advantage of the fact that the main military formations of Armenians fought with the Turks and Azerbaijanis, launched an offensive on the northern regions of Armenia under the pretext that earlier, in the Russian Empire, these lands inhabited by Armenians were part of the Tiflis province. The Georgians repeat dozens of times in this "historical" documentary film that they reached the railway the Sanahin station and from there climbed to the village of Uzunlar and wanted to "liberate" him the same, but evil bands of Armenians attacked the brave Georgian soldiers and they were "forced to retreat" and so on almost to Tiflis smile .Every time the commentator says in the film that the retreat of the Georgian troops began with an attack by Uzunlar bandits and terrorists on the "peaceful" wassat Georgian troops, I am filled with pride for my great-grandfather, a participant in World War I, who was awarded two St. George crosses for bravery in battle. It was he who, as an experienced warrior, organized a detachment from the villagers and slapped the first slap in the face to the Georgians
            1. avva2012
              avva2012 23 May 2016 16: 23
              +1
              Quote: razmik72 I am overwhelmed with pride for my great-grandfather, a participant in World War I, who was awarded two St. George crosses for bravery in battle

              For real warriors! drinks Honor and glory to them!
              Peace be upon us, our Savior, with your righteous servants / and they have settled them in your courtyards ..
              1. razmik72
                razmik72 23 May 2016 16: 36
                +3
                Quote: avva2012
                Quote: razmik72 I am overwhelmed with pride for my great-grandfather, a participant in World War I, who was awarded two St. George crosses for bravery in battle

                For real warriors! drinks Honor and glory to them!
                Peace be upon us, our Savior, with your righteous servants / and they have settled them in your courtyards ..

                Alexander, I fully support your toast smile. I write from a mobile and accidentally put you a minus instead of a pole, you excuse me, I’ll fix it in another place. fellow
            2. Corporal Valera
              Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 17: 08
              +2
              Quote: razmik72
              forum users got the impression that I sympathize with the Georgian.

              A bit wrong. You seemed to be trying to justify it. Like, well, he fought for his homeland. Just do not understand why in a foreign land, with civilians and on the day of the Olympics.
              Quote: razmik72
              he is exalted to the rank of a hero for lack of real ones.

              It would be better if the bridge was named after Spider-Man.
              Quote: razmik72
              Georgians with their own interpretation

              I confirm. I watched about the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict and Georgian channels and Abkhazian. Diametrically opposite opinion. But there can be no interpretations about the war of 08.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX. War crime and the point.
              1. avva2012
                avva2012 23 May 2016 17: 14
                +1
                Quote: Corporal Valera But there can be no interpretation about the 08.08.08 war. War crime and the point.

                And, as usual, a crime was being prepared.
                GUAM: preparation for war
                Everyone knows that Kiev supplied the Georgian army on the eve of the war in South Ossetia. The vast majority of Tbilisi’s military potential in the middle of the 2008 was comprised of equipment repaired, modernized, and sold by Kiev, while in the same way, Kiev pumped weapons into Azerbaijan. "Tornadoes", which today are in service with the Azerbaijani Armed Forces from Kiev, many tanks, guns, helicopters, airplanes, anti-aircraft systems, too. Kiev even gave its allies weapons on combat duty at that time. In 2005, Azerbaijan received 25 tanks, Georgia - 16. In the 2006 year, Azerbaijan is 17. In the 2007 year Georgia - 74 tank. In total, in the three prewar years to the Caucasus, Ukraine sent 132 tanks to its GUAM allies. As well as 134 units of light armored vehicles, more than a hundred units of barrel artillery, dozens of MLRS. And part of the equipment was sold without weapons, and therefore to track how much it was actually sold is not always possible.
                In March of the 2008 of the year, the bloodiest clash in Nagorno-Karabakh took place, "coincidentally" coinciding with the unrest in Yerevan.
                In June 2008, Ukraine began to escalate the situation around the Black Sea Fleet. Hotheads agreed to the point that they proposed, should Russia refuse to withdraw the fleet in 2017, to ask NATO to help Ukraine in this matter. Passions flared up serious, and the air smelled of conflict ...
                GUAM struck on 8 on August 2008 of the year. On this day, all the power of the Georgian army fell on South Ossetia and the Russian peacekeeping battalion located there.
                What would happen if Georgia won? Russia would be humiliated, South Ossetia and Abkhazia routed. Then we should wait for a bloody denouement in Nagorno-Karabakh, and possibly in Transnistria.
                View in full: http://politrussia.com/world/voyna-08-08-08-kogo-858/
                1. razmik72
                  razmik72 23 May 2016 17: 49
                  +2
                  Alexander, I’ll definitely go to your recommended site. And as for the consequences in the event of Georgia’s theoretical victory and the capture of South Ossetia, the consequences are seen here, like a whole bunch, if you start listing and analyzing them, you will need to write a separate analytical article. took the only right step, it would be better if Russia took its second step, but then at that time, all people, long before the Crimea, would have risen to their ears. And about the Ukrainians I have no illusions, occasionally I go to their website censor. . and read their comments. I have never seen more outspoken ghouls and dumbasses in any forum, they rejoice at every soldier killed on the border, explaining that the Armenians are allies of our enemies, the Russians. I didn’t even want to leave a comment.
                  1. Corporal Valera
                    Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 18: 13
                    +1
                    Quote: razmik72
                    that Armenians are allies of our enemies, Russians.

                    Hmm ... Sometimes you are amazed at how clever guys are in the USA! There were 14 allied republics of the RSFSR. Five of them are already outright enemies: the Baltic states, Ukraine and Georgia. A couple are almost fit: Azerb. and tad. Half in 25 years!
        3. Homo
          Homo 23 May 2016 15: 35
          +2
          Quote: razmik72
          The perpetuation of the names of heroes has never been a shame anywhere, the shame is oblivion.

          So in your opinion it turns out a monument, a street, a village in honor of a Turkish soldier who distinguished himself in the murder of Armenians in 1915, is that cool and right? Look back at your story before climbing into someone else's! No.
          PS I understand, I brought a cruel example. But what is the difference between the Armenian genocide and the Ossetian genocide?
          1. razmik72
            razmik72 23 May 2016 16: 24
            +2
            Quote: Homo
            Quote: razmik72
            The perpetuation of the names of heroes has never been a shame anywhere, the shame is oblivion.

            So in your opinion it turns out a monument, a street, a village in honor of a Turkish soldier who distinguished himself in the murder of Armenians in 1915, is that cool and right? Look back at your story before climbing into someone else's! No.
            PS I understand, I brought a cruel example. But what is the difference between the Armenian genocide and the Ossetian genocide?

            Gennady, I already explained with a comment above that each nation has its own hero, for lack of real people they choose fake ones. Your example is not cruel, the Azerbaijanis did exactly that, he was elevated to the rank of national hero Ramil Safarov. As they say, to each his own. And about the Ossetians I have a great opinion, especially Ossetians smile I once visited my brother in Russia with my deceased mother and stayed with my mother in Vladikavkaz for a day. Though minus me, this is your business, but you rarely see such beauties like I saw in Vladikavkaz. I was then single and with his mother he allowed himself to look at the unobtrusive beauties. In the end, the mother said:
            Son, there are no not beautiful here, all beauties here. "
            It is not surprising that our kings married or often "kidnapped" Ossetian beauties, in our chronicles they are referred to as Alans.
    8. reservist
      reservist 23 May 2016 13: 06
      +12
      Quote: oleg-gr
      I remember how columns of proud Georgians darting toward Tbilisi showed. What will be called in their honor?

      they will build a monument to the then Georgian president ...
      1. DMB_95
        DMB_95 23 May 2016 13: 21
        +2
        Quote: reservist

        they will build a monument to the then Georgian president ...

        This clown with delusions of grandeur and persecution "in one bottle" to forget and I would like to, but bursting with laughter laughing
    9. vodolaz
      vodolaz 23 May 2016 13: 22
      +1
      Will American instructors be immortalized in geographical names?
    10. Edvagan
      Edvagan 23 May 2016 14: 44
      0
      and I am for)))) It is necessary that everyone clearly sees what happens when you are ruined against Russia
    11. Lukich
      Lukich 23 May 2016 14: 52
      +1
      Quote: oleg-gr
      I remember how columns of proud Georgians darting toward Tbilisi showed. What will be called in their honor?

      that very road will be named. well, for example, "the road of heroic redeployment and luring the aggressor into the cauldron"
    12. qarzu
      qarzu 23 May 2016 15: 54
      +7
      I live in Georgia and you know what's going on here? the same as in Ukraine, brainwashing, and at that time Turkey affects the country, practically controlling it here, the culturally traditional degradation of the people occurs and the poor people are deceived, but still considers Russia to be the enemy, the main thing in propaganda is that Russia should not be bad. but what happened in 2008 is a stupid setup, specifically, framed and thrown vile and tough. soon groups of nationalists will appear here too already there are already vivid examples every day of stupid people are being deceived in the media so successfully that I goof and people believe that I will not say this in society because it’s not safe to fool the house in short
  2. pigkiller
    pigkiller 23 May 2016 12: 41
    +2
    Well, every fallow limitrot has its own heroes of its ATO. They have no other heroes.
  3. avvg
    avvg 23 May 2016 12: 42
    +3
    The path to Europe and NATO, everyone wants to be original, "Rodents" from "Dill" don't want to stay.
  4. Primipilus
    Primipilus 23 May 2016 12: 45
    +1
    Did Peter Alekseevich advise in any way?
  5. svp67
    svp67 23 May 2016 12: 46
    +6
    Yes - not very good, they are one of the signs of escalation. Only a little this "wound" among the Georgian people calmed down, they decided to annoy it again ...
    Well, the next step is to perpetuate the names of the "heroes" of the Ukrnatsbats
    And most importantly I read about the bridge and remembered this:
  6. avva2012
    avva2012 23 May 2016 12: 47
    +4
    Let them look at their brothers in Ukraine. It's time to perpetuate true heroes?
    795 th battalion "Shalva Maglakelidze" it. Bataillon 795 "Schalwa Maglakelidse" - fighting: 1942 in North Ossetia, 1943 in France
    796-th battalion of him. Bataillon 796 - fighting: 1942 — 1943 in Tuapse, North Caucasus
    797 th battalion "George Saakadze" it. Bataillon 797 "Giorgi Saakadse" - fighting: 1943 — 1944 in France
    798-th battalion "Irakli II" him. Bataillon 798 “König Irakli II. Bagrationi "- fighting: 1943 — 1944 in France
    799 th battalion "David the Builder" it. Bataillon 799 "König David Bagrationi-Agamaschenebli" - fighting: 1943 — 1944 in France
    822 th battalion "Queen Tamara" it. Bataillon 822 "Königin Tamara" - fighting: 1943 — 1944 in France, Texel Island, Holland.
    823 Battalion "Shota Rustaveli" it. Bataillon 823 "Schota Rustaweli"
    824th battalion "Ilya Chavchavadze" German. Bataillon 824 "Ilia Tschawtschawadse" - military operations: 1944, Lviv, Poland.
    Interestingly, and taking what they wanted to take in 2008, did the new heroes behave with the local population, somehow differently than those who were a legionnaire?
    1. pigkiller
      pigkiller 23 May 2016 13: 06
      +3
      The irony is that if these Wehrmacht soldiers become
      Georgia’s newfound heroes, it’s worth noting that their
      career ended in battles on the Atlantic Wall, Arnhem and Siegfried Line
      against the allies.
      Interestingly, in the German memoirs one of the reasons for the failure of the Wehrmacht
      in Normandy called the presence of national parts there
      from Eastern Europe and the USSR.
      1. avva2012
        avva2012 23 May 2016 15: 08
        0
        Quote: pigkiller it is worth noting that their
        career ended in battles on the Atlantic Wall, Arnhem and Siegfried Line
        against the allies.

        It is possible that these fought against the Americans, therefore they cannot be made heroes, the owner will not allow it. And, those, the same fascists, but fought in the rear of the Red Army, and therefore they can be honored.
        Interestingly, in the German memoirs one of the reasons for the failure of the Wehrmacht
        in Normandy called the presence of national parts there
        from Eastern Europe and the USSR.

        Well, you can ignore the Germans whining. What parts could they withstand if they brought down such power as the Germans in 1944?
  7. Evil 55
    Evil 55 23 May 2016 12: 49
    0
    The idiocy is flourishing .. So soon every curbstone will be named after its "heroes".
  8. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 23 May 2016 12: 49
    +1
    How many slaughtered sleeping? Didn’t think nosy? Do not be angry, the streets are not enough to call names.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 23 May 2016 14: 20
      +2
      Quote: iliitch
      How many slaughtered sleeping? Didn’t think nosy? Do not be angry, the streets are not enough to call names.

      It depends on how you "ask" next time .... am And it may turn out that there will be nothing to call - there will be no streets ...

      One large, all over Georgia, S. Rustaveli Avenue .....
      1. Homo
        Homo 23 May 2016 15: 43
        +2
        Before renaming, let them remember, half an hour on the go, before renaming Georgia to Georgia:
  9. Belarus
    Belarus 23 May 2016 12: 52
    0
    Well, calling geographical names on the territory of the country by name is of course the business of the Zyz Chairman himself and Zyz President of the country. But the trick is that the so-called Georgian leadership decided to follow the Americans.
    But to call the bridge after the hero who killed and shot at civilians is simply Georgian - Ukrainian genius. And if the bridge falls apart, then what should I do? Looking for a new bridge or a new hero ???
    1. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 23 May 2016 13: 51
      +1
      Quote: Belarus
      Well, calling geographical names on the territory of the country by name is of course the business of the Zyz Chairman himself and Zyz President of the country. But the trick is that the so-called Georgian leadership decided to follow the Americans.

      They don’t get used to it)))
      A few years ago, in 2009, in Kutaisi, a memorial of glory in honor of more than 200 thousand dead on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War was blown up. So, weren't the heroes?
  10. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 23 May 2016 12: 57
    +5
    In fact, after such statements, our Rospotrebnadzor urgently needs to find some muck again in the rodent, and that a lot of it has again been divorced, and it would not hurt to clean the laurel groups around the country. So that everyone who blames on us, knows how he comes around, he will respond and it is necessary that he would respond so that there would no longer be a desire to whine.
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 23 May 2016 13: 04
      +1
      Groupings need to be cleaned not only Georgian, but those especially carefully, because part of the funds obtained by criminal means is smelted to their historical homeland. And muck can do something. The attack is not a terrorist attack, but what the hell is not joking. An unfriendly state after all.
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 23 May 2016 14: 31
      +5
      Quote: Alget87
      In fact, after such statements, our Rospotrebnadzor urgently needs to find again some muck in the rodent, and the fact that a lot of it was divorced again, and the laurel groups in the country could not be cleaned.

      When Georgian wine was banned, and then allowed, someone gave the wife a bottle at work for the New Year. It cost a lot of money ... I opened it on New Year's Day - I tried it - I thought, like in Tbilisi in 89 ... What is it !!!!! I got across my throat - neither here nor there! For half a year the bottle stood until it was thrown out ....

      Close on FIG their entire wine-borzhomnaya shop !!! They drive us an expensive surrogate (both wine and mineral water concerns!), And even crap on every corner! Let the Negroes drink their Borjomi in America instead of Coca-Cola ....

      There was, of course, once "Eniseli" ... So when it was ... Approximately when the movies "Father of a Soldier", "Mimino", Kote Makharadze and S. Chaureli ... And everything disappeared somewhere ...
  11. Zoldat_A
    Zoldat_A 23 May 2016 12: 59
    +6
    And where did Ivanishvili go? It seems they chose him as a counterbalance to Saakashvili, as a pro-Russian one. He kept advocating a rapprochement with Russia and so on ... Mishiko, with his subversions, one feels, is also tired of everyone both there and in Washington - especially after the "small victorious war with Russia." And then once - and ITSELF left. Immediately after the elections. And now everything has turned in the same direction and is rolling into the same hole as under Mishiko.

    America had a real chance to "lose Georgia" ... Did the Americans make an offer that Ivanishvili could not refuse?

    Before my very eyes, in 89, the Georgians were "developing democracy." They didn’t want the Supreme Council of the Georgian SSR, they wanted Gamsakhurdia for the presidency ... Received - he stole money, ran away, found, banged, money disappeared. Since then, the pattern has been repeated with very small variations with enviable constancy. They themselves are not tired?

    By the way, literally in 40 kilometers from Tbilisi then, in 89, there are calm, friendly and adequate people. And Tbilisi, as in the 89, went crazy - it continues to delight psychiatrists ....

    It was necessary to march in 2008 66 kilometers, in Suvorov style ... American jackals screamed so much about the occupation that they would have screamed. But if our boys drank tsinandali in Tbilisi - you look, a lesson would have been longer ...
  12. vanavatny
    vanavatny 23 May 2016 12: 59
    +10
    Meliton Varlamovich, the surname may not be reminded, I hope, or Mikhail Stepanovich Diasamidze is a hero of the Soviet Union - a pilot and many others: these are Georgians and warriors
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 23 May 2016 13: 05
      +4
      Those were Soviet Georgians!
    2. qarzu
      qarzu 23 May 2016 16: 08
      +6
      on May 9, I asked a friend if he knew about Meliton Cantaria? he answered me no and who is he? I told him, he once said, I knew that Georgians hoisted the flag over the Reichstag, but I didn’t know exactly who I remember back in 2006 when, when Sabakashvili came, I went to the Russian school for the first time, the other history books gave me a word about the Second World War. unlike the old ones, I would say here the youth is engaged in all kind of garbage except history, if only it would be fun ...
  13. brasist
    brasist 23 May 2016 13: 02
    +3
    Another show of pretense of shelling civilians like the last nits at night, now made heroes of their killers, thought that everything would go without consequences, and for their cowardly actions you had to get the fucking soldiers right out of the snot, you mischievous mishiko made scapegoats, ruining the monuments of THE TRUE BIG WARS began to worship Judah from overseas.
  14. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 23 May 2016 13: 08
    +4
    "The delegation of the General Staff .... handed over the state flag of Georgia to the family and friends of Merab Akhobadze."
    Then she drank 4 ten-liter jugs of wine, ate 2,5 lamb, 6,6 kg. lobio, 3,5 kg satsivi, 3,2 kg sulguni ... What they didn't finish, they wrapped them in a donated cloth and took them with them, politely saying goodbye to the family of the bandit-"hero", to the song "Blossom, under the sun my Georgia "... recourse
  15. Berkut24
    Berkut24 23 May 2016 13: 20
    0
    If they behave badly, it may turn out that in such a small country geographical names will not be enough for so many "heroes".
  16. Alex69
    Alex69 23 May 2016 13: 21
    0
    Let the most important geographical object in Georgia be named after the former president Saakashvili, the main culprit in the death of these soldiers. And the current authorities should remember that if you get into a fight, do not be offended and do not let the snot when you get the wort in return.
  17. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 23 May 2016 13: 30
    +2
    When the cat has nothing to do, he starts ... it’s embarrassing to speak further, although Georgians do what it would be embarrassing to do. And the West is to blame for everything, where good has come to be called evil, white is called black, idiocy is rushing from everywhere. It seemed that fighting for the rights of minorities (the legalization of homosexuality in all its dirtiest manifestations), depraved gay-men spit on the rights of national minorities, namely Abkhazians, forcibly separated Ossetians, who do not want to be abused by the Georgians, as well as Crimeans who wished to escape from Ukrobandera’s coup d'état in Ukraine using the same West The same West considered it legal to tear off a piece of territory from Orthodox Serbia and give it to the Albanian aliens only because the United States created a new military base there
  18. 1536
    1536 23 May 2016 13: 31
    +2
    If God wants to punish a person, he deprives him of his reason. It's the same with the nations. The constant striving for the destruction of other peoples, sticking out oneself as an "exclusive" people, ends in nationalism, fascism and war. Instead of freely trading, visiting each other, resting at resorts, jointly defending against enemies, the Georgians started a war. What for?! How much money did Biden give them that they threw their children into the fire? Yes, no Biden's money is worth the ruined lives. This dog will burn in hell, but let's hope that the Georgians, in the end, will stop dancing on the bones, they are a wise people.
  19. SHOCK.
    SHOCK. 23 May 2016 13: 52
    0
    Now it’s fashionable. From killers to make heroes.
  20. rus-5819
    rus-5819 23 May 2016 13: 52
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    Quote: pigkiller
    The ministry of defense of the country announced that an action called “Remember and love your heroes” began in Georgia.


    What are you hinting that Svidomo, infected with decommunization, came to visit them with (from) "404"?
    Or some American "Zika" is being tested on them all, so that they are ready to "immortalize" all the villains who are at war with defenseless children, old people and women?
  21. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 23 May 2016 14: 00
    +1
    "In the name of God, the almighty one in the Holy Trinity, glorified." Agreement of July 24, 1783 Forget whose name they swore, and for what reason? And he will judge, judge everyone, according to their deeds!
  22. Russia
    Russia 23 May 2016 14: 00
    +1
    They should hide this shameful page of their history when people died due to the adventure of a tie-eater. But no, heroes are made from those who went to kill civilians.
    It looks like they got infected from Svidomo. Only in Georgia will this disease be called "Mishiko syndrome"?
    Although there is a common name for this infection - Russophobia!
  23. masiya
    masiya 23 May 2016 14: 02
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    Let Gori’s homeland of Stalin be renamed in honor of the main organizer of this war in Saakashvilietown, it will be pleasant for him and the owners will lie in the ass ...
  24. K-50
    K-50 23 May 2016 14: 15
    +1
    The Georgian authorities decided to take the path of "perpetuating the memory of soldiers fighting against Russian aggression." We are talking about the appropriation of certain geographic features on the territory of Georgia by the names of servicemen who participated in the attack on South Ossetia in August 2008.

    Will there be enough geographic features for everyone? laughing
  25. Humpty
    Humpty 23 May 2016 14: 31
    +1
    Quote: Gray Brother
    They are now clinging to another boobs


    Alas, this is not a tit. In Georgia, hatred of Russia has swept the widest sections of the population. Judging by old acquaintances.
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  27. qwert111
    qwert111 23 May 2016 15: 02
    +2
    Quote: razmik72
    Quote: Damm
    Propaganda of national hatred of once fraternal peoples in action. Eh, you had to go to Tbilisi, hang these ruling elites on poles, there would also be good propaganda

    Dear members of the forum, the USSR was destroyed already 25 years ago, now every nation has its own hero. Russians have one hero, Georgians have another, and Armenians have a third. - he will say something, but he is a hero of Armenia and my personal idol. He received the nickname "Shard" as a result of numerous shrapnel wounds, many fragments were stuck in his body and were not removed, when boarding the plane the metal detector rang. For us he is a hero, but for Azerbaijanis was the worst enemy. Shameful The perpetuation of the names of heroes has never been a phenomenon anywhere, oblivion is a shame.


    The perpetuation of the names of heroes has never been a shameful phenomenon anywhere. It is a shame to perpetuate the names of those who attack peacekeepers and kill civilians. Review the film "The Soldier's Father", there were heroes and here are Judas !!!
  28. nrex
    nrex 23 May 2016 15: 18
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    We realized something a bit late. This is after the joint Georgia-NATO exercises. Someone thought of it along with cookies from dry rations. This is another link in the Russophobia chain incited by the West. Trim the flow of Georgian wines to the Russian market. Let them deliver colorful confectionery to the countries that Nuland and the like distribute around the world.
  29. Bramb
    Bramb 23 May 2016 17: 45
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    Quote: Alexey-74
    Always the warriors were useless .... and the most offensive ungrateful. When the St. George Treatise on the patronage of the Russian Empire was signed in 1783, they didn’t yell about the occupation, when the real question was about the destruction of Georgia as a state .... and what as a result ????

    Well, no need to say too much. Who raised the flag over the Reichstag with Egorov?
    And then the situation was very bad for the Georgians. The question was not about the destruction of the state, but the destruction of the Georgians as a nation. Then they did not want to send their soldiers there to die for the Georgians. But the Georgians begged for help. And now they forget who they owe their lives to.
    Yes, they probably don’t remember Cantaria ...
  30. Prisoner
    Prisoner 23 May 2016 19: 21
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    They can organize a marathon race in memory of someone heroic batono, call the general store after a "hero". Some hero of the American vassals went wrong.
  31. faterdom
    faterdom 23 May 2016 22: 48
    +1
    The losses of 170 people killed resemble the reports of Geletey and Tymchuk, that is, approximately an order of magnitude from the truth. I remember then on the news channels they showed how the Georgians were allowed to take the bodies of their warriors - for a long time they were loaded in piles into trucks. So, there may not be enough of our own settlements in honor of the "heroes" - we will have to follow the path of our Ukrainian colleagues - to rename something on foreign territory.
  32. mamont5
    mamont5 24 May 2016 13: 19
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    Another "Heavenly Hundred". Real heroes are denied - new "heroes" are hatched.