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Soros didn't know Mehman wouldn't resist sour cream (Our editorial)



Everything went according to a predefined routine. Challenge to the authorities, provocation, virtual protest, which again could not turn into a real one. The political game (more precisely, the political technology project), played out around blogger Mehman Huseynov, pursued one single goal - to undermine the systemic stability in Azerbaijan. And again it failed. And the fault lies not with the authors of the special project, by no means, this time a flawless technology was developed. Taking off my hat! Like hundreds of times, the performers turned out to be useless. I suggest everyone to look at the bottom and see underwater reefs in this very complicated tangled history.

Mehman Huseynov

Nothing foreshadowed trouble. But in the fictional virtual world of the illusory Azerbaijani protest, the blogger's elder brother, human rights activist Emin Huseynov, appears. Infantile, prudent, fairly civil and cautious Emin on December 12 - the day of the death of the founder of the Third Republic, Heydar Aliyev - appears on Facebook live with an offensive speech unacceptable for a public figure. What does Emin count on? This activist never crossed the line of what was permitted and did not violate political etiquette, unlike other political emigrants. But Emin Huseynov does not stop at this.

Emin Huseynov

On December 24, the president's birthday, Emin Huseynov reappears on virtual air with another outrageous, insulting passage. The lexicon of a public figure is a continuous street encyclopedia, which is simply indecent to quote. It seemed that through the mouth of Emin Huseynov, who is married to a US military intelligence official and lately has been living in Washington, someone was trying to force the Azerbaijani authorities to respond. Provoke them. You can't reach Emin, but Mehman, who, by his own admission, is serving a sentence for his brother's tricks, is very close, just two steps away from the centre of the capital.

It is quite difficult for me to present the details of the incident in the colony where Mehman Huseynov is serving his sentence, but it seems that someone in this case played along with the authors of the special project. Or that someone saw through the far-reaching goal and played on the lead. Further developments reinforce the second version of the scenario. It seems that a cunning plan was unravelled in Baku and they played a proactive game.

Immediately after the incident, a sentimental appeal of a young blogger, ready to die in the name of the liberation of his people, emerged on the Web. And Mehman declares a 'dry hunger strike,' which implies the refusal not only from food, but also from water. Human body, even very young and healthy, can hold out on a 'dry hunger strike' for a maximum of five days.

Mehman's appeal evokes the effect of a bombshell. But again, not in the real and rational world, but in a fictional and virtual.

For the first time in recent years, the opposition, disgruntled and network critics spontaneously unite into one centre, acting in concert, together, express a consolidated position. Moreover, a completely non-political part of the population adjoins this centre of struggle. The desperate and panic campaign in defence of Mehman somehow evokes a parallel with the loud hunger strike of the Irish in the distant 1980-81. Everyone wonders: if Thatcher did not retreat and the Irish perished, what will the Azerbaijani authorities do?

And here the project executives make a fatal mistake. Everything went in the best traditions of the 'Tunisian scenario' of the velvet revolution. The heartbreaking sentimental story of a young man who is ready to die for a country causes sharp public discontent. But…

First, the young man interrupts the hunger strike. Secondly, a new wide discussion begins on the Web - this time around Mehman's hunger strike as such. Some write that he did not interrupt the hunger strike. Others say, interrupted. Third say, the break was announced in order to refresh himself and gain strength for a new struggle. That is, the centre of the struggle for Mehman is shifting to a completely different plane - the people are discussing the vital issue: does Mehman eat or not? But the new prosecution and the very essence of the prisoner's case remain in the background. A little later, Mehman’s lawyers make even more absurd and ridiculous statements. Lawyers claim that Mehman takes dairy food, but he refuses almost all other food. That is, he became something of a vegetarian.

This whole story takes on a whimsical, grotesque character. Useless performers make poor Mehman a comedian and an object of universal ridicule. Does he eat or doesn't he? He does not eat meat, but swallows sour cream with spoons. Against the backdrop of this hilarious propaganda campaign, protest actions in support of Mehman in the real, not virtual world, gather five to ten people most. Opposition Musavat party calls on society to rally, but rejects an unauthorised protest action. REAL is limited to angry philippics in a favourite, convenient and safe virtual world. And the frontists are crawling in the net of dirt, limiting themselves to violent curses against the authorities.

Ali Karimli and Ilgar Mammadov

Gradually, the apolitical part of the population loses interest in this story and, cursing, returns from damned days to grey humdrum, realising that in Azerbaijani politics any tragic drama finishes with a comic ending.

In all this chaotic and equally banal story, the most significant question remains to be answered: who did conduct this obscure process from behind the iron curtain?

Apparently, the external centre, which developed the 'Tunisian scenario,' where Mehman took the role of the greengrocer, is associated with Soros and the institutions created by the billionaire.

In Azerbaijan, everything was quiet, and new political battles left the fate of poor Mehman in the background. But in the West, the process does not subside and is nearing its climax. After all, the authors of the special project did not assume that the whole story would result in a satirical ending with sour cream and dumplings.

On January 17, the European Parliament puts forward an urgent resolution on the case of blogger Mehman Huseynov. Do you know who initiated the hearings? Rebecca Harms, German MEP from the Green Party.

Rebecca Harms

Last year, a very interesting article by researcher Alex Gorka was published in the ZeroHedge publication. Readers can read the full version of the article. The researcher claims that Rebecca Harms is directly under the control of George Soros.

It turns out that the 'Soros network' has an extensive sphere of influence in the European Parliament and other institutions of the European Union. Here is what Gorka writes: 'The list of Soros has been made public recently. The document lists 226 MEPs from all sides of political spectrum, including former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, former Belgian PM Guy Verhofstadt, seven vice-presidents, and a number of committee heads, coordinators, and quaestors. These people promote the ideas of Soros, such as bringing in more migrants, same-sex marriages, integration of Ukraine into the EU, and countering Russia. There are 751 members of the European Parliament. It means that the Soros friends have more than one third of seats...

Many people listed in the document are known for attacks on Russia. For instance, Rebecca Harms, a MEP from German Green Party, regularly calls the European Parliament to toughen the sanctions regime against Moscow.'

According to the European researcher, the Soros list sheds light on the question of what makes the EU leadership pursue policy contrary to the interests of Europeans. The answer is corruption. Politicians, bought by Soros, dance to his music. The European Parliament, influenced by the friends of Soros, is pushing Europe to commit suicide, the author sums up.

And here's what another member of the Soros Network, Michael Andersen, writes on Twitter: 'Like Soros, Rebecca Harms works tirelessly for democracy. Also in Azerbaijan. You are right. Rebecca's support for 'FreeMehmanHuseynov' fits perfectly into that. Thanks for pointing that out.'

And Rebecca Harms supports Soros on all questions: 'Soros is right! It won't be easy but the chance is now!' (#Ukraine #EU).

By the way, Rebecca Harms is an exquisite lover of more than just 'Soros cuisine,' she is crazy about the Armenian holiday dinner: 'An Armenian holiday dinner: all under one roof. The cuisine of Armenia is thousand years old. On Christmas Day, January 6, rice is served in a pumpkin with raisins and apricots.' Armenian apricots attracted attention not only of Harms, but also of Soros himself. Thanks to the American billionaire, last year's events in Armenia were called an 'apricot revolution.' And in the new government of Armenia, the portfolios were mainly given to representatives of the 'Soros Network,' about which we have repeatedly written. A few years ago, Soros people were preparing a 'raisin revolution' for Belarus...

How did the new process in Azerbaijan, designed to change the political situation, end? This time it all ended in bitter sour cream. It is almost like the bitterness of defeat. Initially, everything was calculated to the details. Start, excitement, protest... Soros just couldn't have imagined that Mehman would not resist sour cream. Well, it happens. Maybe next time he gets lucky with raisins?

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