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Scientific and social journal
“SAMI SAUNJE” (three treasures)  №2(12), 2014
(in georgian)

SUMMARY

  • Zurab Tsutskiridze, Pirates of morality
  • Naili Svanidze, Didactics of languages and cultures
  • Ineza Iamanidze, Globalization undermined the foundation of traditional school
  • Mitropolit Ioane (gamrekeli), Georgia’s path
  • Tina Ivelashvili, Grave crime of the century 
  • Anzor Totadze, May beauty never fade
  • Gvantsa Koplatadze, Samtskhe-Javakheti principality in The first half of the 19th century
  • Eldar Bubulashvili, Archpriest Meliton Kelenjeridze’s merit
  • Mamuka Tsukhishvili, Mikhail Vorontsov - the builder of the 19th century Georgia
  • Bondo Arveladze, Exposure of armenian falsifications continues
  • Gulbaat Rtskhiladze, Anti-georgian conspiracy 
  • Irakli Kipiani, How does Georgia benefit from signing an association agreement with the european union?
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    ZURAB TSUTSKIRIDZE
    PIRATES OF MORALITY

    Piracy has always been and is a great misfortune that causes significant damage to the society. There is even a greater danger in a new form of privacy, which has manifested itself in the 21st century: The piracy of morality. These “new pirates” do not need physical weapons or ships. Their weapon is money and the information tools: Press, radio, TV and the internet.  Using these tools, they can easily attack states and societies, cloud their judgment by propagandistic opiate, rob them of morality and destine them for a dissolute existence. According to the author, the threat of piracy is evident but the society’s attitude towards this danger is inadequate.

     

    NAILI SVANIDZE
    DIDACTICS OF LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

    In the article, the author analyzes the methods and tools necessary for students studying foreign languages and cultures. The author emphasizes the importance of theoretical and conceptual means, which become available via interdisciplinary teachings; this entails introducing the following disciplines into the university program:  linguistics, literary criticism, textology, sociology, sociolinguistics, culturology and linguo-culturology.

     

    INEZA IAMANIDZE
    GLOBALIZATION UNDERMINED THE FOUNDATION
    OF TRADITIONAL SCHOOL

    In the article, the author describes problems in the school educational system. She emphasizes that the general upbringing has been degraded and is lacking nationwide. She expresses substantiated fear that the moral reference point of upbringing of the future generation is not defined. The author raises concerns that the law known as the protection of the rights of LGBT society and minority may compromise our nation’s high moral values. In fact, by accepting this antidiscrimination law in the orthodox country, immorality and sinfulness has already been legalized. Based on this the author poses the question: What should schools do? To this question, there is no answer; however, time is running out.

     

    MITROPOLIT IOANE (GAMREKELI)
    GEORGIA’S PATH

    The urgency of the issue, posed in the letter, is already indicated in the title. After a brief analysis of Georgia’s history, the author presents the path that the Georgian nation has chosen without any coercion, of its own free will. As a result, Georgia maintained its national identity. Today, the country is yet again facing a choice: to continue serving Christ, which it chose 1500 years ago, or to trade it with the so-called European values, i.e., with whom is it necessary to have close interrelations - with the West or Russia. The conclusion follows: A choice must be made so Georgiareceives the best possibilities of preserving the faithfulness of the way chosen by its ancestors. Respectively, would the Georgian people survive by having a relationship with the West or Russia?

     

    TINA IVELASHVILI
    GRAVE CRIME OF THE CENTURY

    The Parliament of Georgia passed a law on the elimination of all forms of discrimination in Georgia.  The law was signed into effect by the President on May 2, 2014. The first paragraph of the law, sexual orientation and gender identity is equated with nationality and ethnicity. This type of contextual consideration is unthinkable. The law may be interpreted as if sexual minority in Georgia is a victim of homophobia. The author wants to remind the lawmakers that the Georgian society has always been tolerant towards all sick (mentally and physically) and has lent a helping hand to the best of the possibilities. Therefore, Georgian person’s attitude towards the sexual minority cannot be seen as persecution, hatred, social isolation and violence. Today, critical attitude towards sexual minority is due to it turning into ideology. It has adopted proselytic nature and demands general acceptance, universality, international recognition and state support. 
    This law cannot be assimilated with the traditions and healthy lifestyle of the Georgian people. Any such law can cause spiritual, state, territorial or religious dissent and disintegration of the nation. Unfortunately, our current government (and its predecessor) is an obedient servant to the West, acts without the consent of the Georgian people and legalizes what the external forces dictate. 

     

    ANZOR TOTADZE
    MAY BEAUTY NEVER FADE

    In the Georgian parliament, abill is being prepared according to which a woman is given five days instead of three days to reconsider the decision of abortion. In this regard, Western non-governmental agencies have raised an uproar. They have Georgian supporters as well. They believe that these changes would violate women’s rights and jeopardize women’s ability to make an independent decision. The article offers the opposite view. In particular, the legislation of Georgia gives a woman the right to abortion however during the undertaking of this process the rights of others come into conflict with it. In the author’s opinion, increasing the decision timeframe to five days is highly advisable.

     

    GVANTSA KOPLATADZE
    SAMTSKHE-JAVAKHETI PRINCIPALITY IN
    THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY

    The reason for separating Samtskhe-Javakheti from the historical homeland of southern Georgia, and of its transformation into Akhaltsikhe province is partly due to the sins of their ancestors, their ambition and their treachery. In much known Treaty of King Erekle, according to which Kartli and Kakheti kingdoms became subjects of the Russian Orthodox Empire, one of the requests was to aid Georgia in regaining its lost territories.  The article presents evidence based on the analysis of historical facts that demonstrates the Russian Empire’s attempts to return the Samtskhe-Javakheti region to Georgia;however, just like in the past, ambition and high treason emerged this time as well. This harmed the country so severely that even nowadays Georgia is still paying for it.

     

    ELDAR BUBULASHVILI
    ARCHPRIEST MELITON KELENJERIDZE’S MERIT

    The article presents multilateral activities of archpriest Meliton Kelenjeridze.   He simultaneouslypracticed in the spiritual field as well as the public field. Meliton Kelenjeridze’s scientific activities were also diverse and comprised of different areas of science. He was a folklorist, linguist, literary critic, church historian, etc. The author assesses the archpriest's work in the development of Georgian church historiography.

     

    MAMUKA TSUKHISHVILI
    MIKHAIL VORONTSOV - THE BUILDER OF THE 19TH CENTURY GEORGIA

    The essay talks about a highly educated and well-known Russian state and public figure of the 19th century, The Caucasus Viceroyalty, Prince Mikhail Vorontsov’s contributions towards Georgia (1844-1854 years). Based on the historical documents and assessments of Georgian public figures, the author presents to us, a great official who made an invaluable contribution to the development of Georgian culture, education and agriculture.

     

    BONDO ARVELADZE
    EXPOSURE OF ARMENIAN FALSIFICATIONS CONTINUES

    In this article, the author provides an overview of the second volume of the collection: “Destroyers of Falsifications” (Baku, 2014 in Russian). The collection includes essays of scholars and political scientists of many countries who expose numerous historical and cultural facts falsified by Armenian scientists. The author’s objective is to convince the young Armenian scientists not to emulate their compatriots by falsifying their history. He urges them to conduct the research of the history and culture of Armenia, as well as their neighboring countries conscientiously and objectively. 

     

    GULBAAT RTSKHILADZE
    ANTI-GEORGIAN CONSPIRACY

    The author reveals the anti-democratic thinking of Defense minister Irakli Alasania, who recently stated that the political prisoners of the Saakashvili regime criticizing NATO and EU pose a counter-intelligence threat; therefore, parliament should not have released them so quickly. In addition, the article provides many facts of verbal provocations of Georgian politicians, journalists and even some clergymen against a possible rapprochement of Georgia with Russia.

     

    IRAKLI KIPIANI
    HOW DOES GEORGIA BENEFIT FROM SIGNING AN ASSOCIATION
    AGREEMENT WITH THE EUROPEAN UNION?

    The author examines the main points of an association agreement between Georgia and European Union, which has been prepared for signature. The conclusion is unequivocal – Georgia does not benefit from this agreement either politically or economically. On the contrary, EU establishes Georgia on it strategic orbit and provides privileged trade conditions to its exporters.