These interpretations and representations have right now of great importance for the revolution. For Tsereteli was the spokesman and leader of the philistine masses, who constitute the majority of the Executive Committee. This mass listened as true wisdom, his rotten, flabby little thoughts that conceal themselves under a viscous, impassable quagmire, prepared for the revolution. We tried in vain to reason with "possessed" the leader in vain tried to convince the "Mamelukes" in that the contact committee is not a committee nosy reporters who want to get into the heart of high interlocutors and elicit their state secrets. In vain it clear that the Soviet delegation does not exist for intimate conversations with high-ranking officials that all their statements made informally made for beautiful eyes credible delegates, not only should be the goal of the negotiations, but should be ignored as having no political significance. In vain we reminded that the Commission has contact only a technical intermediary between class enemies, between the two sides, leading, if not "terrible" and odious struggle, in any case, even for the most natural and permissible litigation. All in vain.