During his public speech in Knesseth, M. Saakashvili paid attention to "26-century friendship of Georgian and Jewish people" and declared that in due time Tskhinvali was "a city of Georgian and Jews" and also that Jews in Tskhinvali were true patriots of Georgia. The words are beautiful and pathetic. It is clear that M. Saakashvili to the full exploits psychological archetypes. Motives of such statements of the Georgian president are clear - he wishes to draw to his side both management of Israel and international Jewish diaspora. It is reasonable, because everyone wants that his country has more friends. However besides beautiful words it is necessary to pay attention to concrete matters, the real facts. And the reality, unfortunately, is so that it does not change even one closes his eyes.