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• Ananiashvili-The Agony of Empire of Evil


Гулабер Ананиашвили

Этнические чистки и депортации в Грузии и на Северном Кавказе 

Конвульсии русского фашизма



 Gulaber Ananiashvili


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.


  1. Гулабер Ананиашвили. «И вновь вырастут волчата на берегах Алгети» (письма, беседы, мысли), Тб. 268 стр. 2001 г., (на грузинском языке)
  2. Гулабер Ананиашвили. Грузия и Кавказ после распада СССР. (статьи, доклады, интервью 1993-2001 гг.), Тб., 93 стр. 2001 г.
  3. Гулабер Ананиашвили. Борьба с международным терро­риз­мом – реалии Грузии и Кавказа. Изд. «Лега», Тб. 48 стр., 2003 г.
  4. Гулабер Ананиашвили. Кто жаждет вражды да откроет врата дома своего. Изд. «Лега», Тб., 101 стр, 2004 (на грузинском языке).
  5. Гулабер Ананиашвили. Теория информации, кодирование, сенергетика (информационные основы самоорганизации и управления). Изд. «Технический университет», Тб., 193 стр., 2003 г. (на грузинском языке)
  6. Коллектив авторов. Теория управления. Часть 3 «Сенер­гетика». Тбилисский технический университет, Тб., 810 стр., 2000 г. (на грузинском языке)
  7. 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)
  8. 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.
  9. Гулабер Ананиашвили.  Этнические чистки и депортации в Грузии и на Северном Кавказе.  Конвульсии русского фа­шизма. Тб., 75 стр., 2009 г.



Гулабер Ананиашвили


Этнические чистки и депортации в Грузии и на Северном Кавказе 

Конвульсии русского фашизма





One Response to “• Ananiashvili-The Agony of Empire of Evil”

  1. Mertie Norwell said

    I was just having a conversation over this I am glad I came across this it cleared some of the questions I had.


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