• Ananiashvili-The Agony of Empire of Evil
Gulaber Ananiashbili – Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, member of the Engineering Academy of Georgia, born in 1935, in Tbilisi. In 1958 he graduated from the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia, faculty of power enginnering, and Tbilisi State Conservatoire-orchestra department-violoncello speciality. In 1966, after post-graduate course, he defended a candidate dissertation in information theory (theory of correcting codes) in Moscow, at the Institute of Control Problem, Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
In 1992 he defended a doctoral dissertation in Technical University of Georgia. His dissertation referred to Artificial Intelligence and Computer Systems of Control.
Presently he works as a senior researcher at the Institute of Cybernetics (Appeied Pattern Recognition Systems Department). He is involved in the research of Control and Synergetics. Delivers a course of lectures ,,Informational Basics of Organization and Control” at the Humanitarian-Technical Faculty of the Technical University of Georgia. He is autor about 100 publications from which 8-books (2-scientific monografies and 7-politological analisys). At present the sphere of his scientific interests is Problems of Organization, Control and Conflictologie.
G. Ananiashvili is the Deputy Chairman of nongovernmental organization-association ,,Mmamulishvili”. He leads an active scientific-research life and takes an active part in public activities. He is Member of Society ,,Chokhosani” (people, who wear ,,chokha”- georgian national gown).
The Inglorius end of ,,Georgievsk Treaty” and ,,Peaceful mediation”
– The Agony of Empire of Evil”
In 1453 Turks captured Konstantionopolis. Byzantium Empire the stronghold of Eastern Christianity ceased its existence. Osmans had blocked for a long time the passage into Mediterranean sea and Europe – Black sea and Bosfore strait. Georgia-backbone and axis for consolidation of relatives tribes in Caucasus, lost its function in strategically important (from the perspectives of trading, transport and political) segment of Eurasian communication space. She lost as well the role of stability guarantor in this polyethnical and ulticonfessional corner of the world.
Disintegration of Georgia led to the destruction of interconnected and balanced ethno cultural structure, accelerating in whole region painful processes of alienation, tribal and religious confrontation. Caucasus becomes the center of constant intensity, kind of “powder-keg” in the area of opposition of cultures, civilizations, religions. Iran and Turkey, first initiated destructive processes, got in turn a crushing blow. In fact, there appeared in Caucasus a new, most aggressive and crafty player – Russia.
In 18-th century Russia approached closely to the main Caucasian ridge, restricting local tribes (adigs, vainakhs, aguestanians, osethians) to unproductive mountain gorges, dooming them to the deprivations and famine, causing them to robbery in southern part of Caucasus.
In the end of 18-th century, driven to despair by uncontrolled predatory attacks of north causacian bands, having illusions about disinterested aid of northern neighbor, Georgia played a crucial role in the statement of supremacy of Russia in southern part of the region and later in a whole Caucasus, blocking rebelled mountaineers from rear.
The Georgia paid a terrible costs for ungrounded illusions: capitulatory treaty signed in 1783 between Russia and Georgia, so called “Georgievsk Tractat” became the occasion and motivation for occupation and annexation.
The country of ancient culture lost its independence and statehood for 190 years, being cruerly griped by “empire of evil”. Russia got a leading position in region, restricting Turkey and Iran, tearing away their territories purposefully and methodically.
From the beginning of statement of authority of tsarism in the region, supremacy of Russia based on inequality of nations, ethnic groups, tribes.
Principal – ‘divide-et-impera’ became an imperative in its colonial and imperial politics.
Russia spread roughly in Causasus Russian models of serfdom, social relations, bureaucratic control system and arbitrariness of juridical authorities and so on, thus ignoring role of the person, national features and traditions, spirituality. Rights of not only separate ethnic groups but whole nations were restrained. Thus historically ethnic territories were impudently redistributed, new administrative units were founded. The permanent ethnic cleanings became the part of Russian supremacy, starting from Georgia by execution in Meskheti against Georgian muslims, meskhs.
In 1828-29, after Russian-Turkish war and the annexation of the most part of historical Georgian province Samtschhe – Saatabago (Meskheti), grasped in XVII c. by Turks, most part autohton population of Akhaltsikhe district was deported into Turkey. Djavakheti (nowadays Akhalkalaki – Ninotsminda regions), part of Meskheti were totally cleaned from muslimsgeorgians.
Instead of them, Armenians (Grigorian religion group) were moved from Turkey (Anatolia) as a quiet, faithful and sure population in cleaned region.
In 1859, after Shamil’s capture, the vainakhs (chechens, ingushs, carabulaks) and dagestanians were also deported from Northern Caucasus into Turkey.
In 1864, after suppression of adigs (cherkess) revolt, to Turkey and the states of Arabian East (the regions of Osman Empire at that time) were almost totally deported adigs, thus cleaning from them Kuban and Stavropol area of North Caucasus. In 1866 – 68 again a new deportation in Georgia: from Djikheti (Ubikhia, i.e. Sochi – Tuapse area) and Abchazia (Leselydze – Gudauta) local population – georgians, ubikhs, apsua-abazins were practically totally expelled.
In 1877 – 78 from Achara – Kobulety, Tao – Clarjeti and Chanety (historical Georgian provinces of Meskheti and Lazika) nearly half of local autochthonous georgian population were deported to Turkey.
This arbitrariness with administrative, juridical and cultural pressure represents of course nothing more than inequality of nations, ethnic groups and quite evidently individuals.
Imperial Russia played its game during the 1st World war, revoking roughly armenians to the resistance in the rear of turks, thus having caused repressions against armenians that is now called “genocide of armenians in Osman Empire”. Habitually, Russia inspired ethnic opposition in Akhaltsikhe – Akhalkalaki regions between geaorgian Christians and georgian-muslims, provoking local armenians against georgians, “playing a game” of creating a “Great Armenia”. Later Russia took part in another provocation using model of “Great Pontos” state, pushing the greeks (in fact, ethnical georgians-lazs) to insurrection against osmans. The both adventures finished tragically for armenians and greeks (ethnical georgians).
From 20th years of 20th century Bolsheviks (komunists) in USSR pursued more refined and crafty politics of suppression of nationalities and ethnic groups. Hence as a logical result of antihuman policy – full ignorance of the rights of an individuals, groups and nations. Bolsheviks erected lawlessness in a rank of the law. In fact, georgians from Erety, now in Azerbaijan (so called “ingilos”), meskhs and adjarians were called “the turks”, then “ingilos” and “meskhs” were made “azerbaidjanians”, lazs–“greeks” with tragically consequences of such innovations. Russia purposefully maintained absurdity in consciouness and national selfindentification of northern and southern caucasians.
In 1944 under far-fetched pretexts, meskhs, part of adjarians, lazsmuslims and lazs-christians (so called “greeks”) were deported from Georgia to Central Asia. The Chechens and ingushs, karachaens and balkars were deported as well from North Caucasus. Earlier the kurds from Azerbaidjan suffered the same fate of deportation. Thus whole peoples became victims of ethnocide from criminal soviet mode – successor of Russian tsarist regime. Today we have very delicate problem: repatriation, reabilatation and reintegration more of the 300 thousand so called “turks-meskhetians” (georgian muslims- meskhs) deported from Georgia in 1944.
9th March 1956 and 9th of April 1989 soviet government arranged a bloody massacre of students and peaceful citizens in Tbilisi, and later a similar execution in Baku in 1990.
In 1990-92 Moscow inspired and directly participated in bloody ethno conflicts in Karabakh (Azerbaijan), Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region in Georgia, Ingushetia (North Caucasus). These conflicts were accompanied by monstrous actions of violence and ethnical.
Перечень книг, изданных в 2001-2009 гг.
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- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Грузия и Кавказ после распада СССР. (статьи, доклады, интервью 1993-2001 гг.), Тб., 93 стр. 2001 г.
- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Борьба с международным терроризмом – реалии Грузии и Кавказа. Изд. «Лега», Тб. 48 стр., 2003 г.
- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Кто жаждет вражды да откроет врата дома своего. Изд. «Лега», Тб., 101 стр, 2004 (на грузинском языке).
- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Теория информации, кодирование, сенергетика (информационные основы самоорганизации и управления). Изд. «Технический университет», Тб., 193 стр., 2003 г. (на грузинском языке)
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- Гулабер Ананиашвили. 400 лет измены и вероломства (кое-что «о протекторате» и «мирном посредничестве» единоверной России. Изд. «Репрогративный Центр-97», Тб., 215 стр. 2007 г. (на грузинском языке)
- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Бесславный конец пресловутого «Георгиевского трактата» и «мирного посредничества» – Грузия и Россия от Бориса Годунова до Бориса Ельцина и В.Путина. Изд. « Репрогративный Центр-97», Тб., 200 стр., 2007 г.
- Гулабер Ананиашвили. Этнические чистки и депортации в Грузии и на Северном Кавказе. Конвульсии русского фашизма. Тб., 75 стр., 2009 г.