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Saakashvili and Bush "burned"

August 20 2008

In the center of the Amur Blagoveshchensk on the eve of Young Communists cracked down on Georgian and American leaders. Young people burned effigies depicting, Mikheil Saakashvili and George Bush. Student activists called on the heads of America and Georgia to leave his presidential post.

Students with ecstasy crushed paper American flag. Congregation chanted: "Bush - a pig! NATO - a pigsty! "The purpose of the action - the signing of the treatment, which will be sent to the Government of Georgia and the U.S., reports IA Amur.Info.
"We hope that they will pay attention. Especially, the Communist Youth League organizations across Russia held such shares. We want our views taken into account "- explains the participant picket Madina Tuaeva.

New word "saakashizm" means what is now happening in Georgia. Seated next to the banners of "presidents", constructed from old newspapers, rags and cotton. Some passers-supported Young Communists: "We can not apply their methods to throw bombs, shoot people. You can make a protest - maybe people will think at last. " However, some passers-by were skeptical: "Of course, the action will not help. It is unlikely that the world will know about this event. "

After the protesters moved on to another exhibition. Place "Komsomol court." As expected, the sham of Heads of Georgia and the Americas were a lawyer and prosecutor. Arguments of the parties lasted four minutes. "The Judge" announced the verdict: "Enemies of the people sentenced to death by burning!" Young people met the verdict with shouts and hooting.

Effigy of U.S. President blazes in front of department store was not the first time. In March 2003, "George Bush has already burned down in protest against the war in Iraq. The organizers of the campaign were also members of the Komsomol. Together with the scarecrow and burned like the American flag on which were painted instead of asterisks crosses. During the campaign Komsomol members collected signatures against the war in Iraq.

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