A biography of schadenfreude, the pleasure derived from the misfortune of others, couldn’t possibly personify the grief of every former and current president of Georgia, even Mikhail Saakashvili, who stood against the courts of his country on charges of corruption and embezzlement, and put his allies and his ministers in jail. This includes misusing funds that shouldn’t have been within his control, nearly 9 millino laris ($5.1 million). Being a politician and the third president of Georgia for two consecutive terms from January 2004 to November 2013, he is the founder and leader of the United National Movement Party. Of all the characters and movements created by the era of American unilateralism, no more are the provocative symbols of Saakashvili prevailing. It represents the elite of those taking the negative examples by the West in order to control select countries with better representation, in summarizing the characteristics of each person.
Saakashvili was born to a house belonging to the cultural and intellectual Soviet elite, and like any person that benefited of the Soviet Union at that time, was in the proximity of intellectuals developing the economic systems after the first of which had capsized and showed way into the best innovative way to service the new system. Saakashvili’s parents pushed him across universities and research institutions in the official Communist Russia; Lama Jr, was en route to pass through Western universities, and receive grants from the State Department.
Fouad Ajami, a Lebanese-born American university professor and writer on Middle Eastern issues, states that it is not true that the people are waiting for a foreign gift or to even be saved from some sort of backwardness or dictatorship. However, it is true that the system of domination produces people who resemble the stereotyped image of Almia. This implies he wants his enemies, the inferior Alambhor, which are expected to constantly make foreign promises, to have modeled on the bombing and invasion certain elites that always consider the issues. The fateful supererogatory created out of ‘’how foreigners see us’’ says a lot about the individual who trained himself in order to say exactly what he wants to hear Westerners say, in return, exactly what he wants.
No one has worn this role in the past decade quite like Kmikhaúal Saakashvili as a president of Georgia, and caught his salary from the American Agency for International Development. He exuberantly presented services at Washington, and shared with his army in the invasion of Iraq, and hoped for NATO until he had returned to his country. While there, making the statement “I used to look at this place from Manhattan, it was such a pity, it was mafia, a place where hit men dump bodies,” he said, recalling his time in the 1990s as a Columbia University Law School student. Now he sees “a jazzy atmosphere” rife with energy and new construction.
“Williamsburg is part of the democratic transformation,” he said.
All of which had transpired in an echo version of many of Saakashvili which filled the countries in the South with politicians in the past decade. Though on March 14, the President of the Coalition of the Syrian Hadi Al Bahra, who announced his delight, strikes America against his reassuring the West that he will not be forced to ride the danger and to send troops to Syria for those who are ready to die on their behalf. Behooves these models that learned nothing from the experience of Saakashvili, is that some people do not learn, and those specifically motivated by a false sense of superiority and immunity only to read history and understand that for objective reasons cannot be avoided, the class of Chbham, always meets an unfortunate end, since the days of direct colonialism.
While there are documents in question that were made public in 2003, some being handwritten show receipts for visits by Saakashvili to European spas and a resort hotel in Thailand; school fees for Saakashvili’s two sons; 53,283 laris for 10 wristwatches; and 49,499 laris for a chashmere overcoat and seven jackets purchased in London. All reportedly charged to the Special State Prortection Service account, the charges aren’t as “absurd” or “unfounded” as Saakashvili and his lawyer would prefer you believed.