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RT:

President Joe Biden’s spokeswoman has denied that the US government is behind the violent protests that have rocked Kazakhstan this week, claiming that unnamed “Russians” have falsely accused Washington of triggering the tumult.

The White House is monitoring the protests in Kazakhstan and supports “calls for calm, for protesters to express themselves peacefully and for authorities to exercise restraint,” Jen Psaki told reporters on Wednesday.

There are some crazy Russian claims about the US being behind this, so let me just use this opportunity to convey that is absolutely false and clearly a part of the standard Russian disinformation playbook,” she said.

Psaki didn’t specify who in Russia has alleged a American role in the Kazakhstan unrest. Russia’s Foreign Ministry has said that it’s closely monitoring the protests and has called for a peaceful solution. The Kremlin has warned against foreign interference in the conflict and said Kazakhstan can handle its own problems. Neither of the statements mentioned the US.

Yeah, actually, I’m not even aware of Russia having stated the obvious.

I think Psaki might be responding to me. (Note: this would not be the first time the media has cited me as a semi-official spokesperson of the Russian government.)

Or we have a kind of “guilty flee when none pursue” type scenario.

I mean, a Russian satellite all of a sudden having a violent revolution against a pro-Russian government can be attributed to CIA and State Department meddling in the same way that someone pissing in your face can be attributed to urine coming out of their penis.

The fact that we don’t yet have video of revolutionary leaders meeting at the US embassy, as we did with the Ukraine and Hong Kong, doesn’t change the self-evident nature of these events.

The Kazakh president did come out and state the obvious.

However, late on Wednesday, Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev asked the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) for help in stabilizing the situation, saying that “foreign-trained terrorists” were overrunning strategic facilities. His government declared a nationwide state of emergency.

But even that statement didn’t blame the US government.

In terms of “foreign-trained terrorists” – despite the fact that Assad is still in power, the war in Syria remains a big success, as it was just a massive training field for the CIA to prepare their operatives for this sort of thing.

Unlike the Ukraine (and unlike Hong Kong), the president of Kazakhstan does appear to be taking the situation seriously.

Of course, the CIA guys also have guns.

Someone is delivering them in unmarked vehicles.

Who would do something like that???

(For those who don’t know, Kazakhstan is a nominally Moslem country with a large Russian diaspora. It’s not really a very stable state, socially. Economically, it’s not a terrible mess. Or it wasn’t before the Great Reset started.)

So, you know – You’re basically seeing the beginning of a civil war.

Using state violence can also inevitably lead to people who were previously neutral joining the “opposition.” Though that can only work if the CIA is allowed to play their little social media game. If the internet is really shut off, then this is just about putting out a fire – hopefully.

“Normal” citizens are marching against… gas prices and a collapsing economy. The government has resigned.

And of course, they’re looting.

Unsurprisingly, NATO and the usual Neocon Jews are egging this on and spamming how good it is that another country is being freed from the evils of non-democracy.

Even less surprising is that Jack Posobiec is shilling it.

Never forget that Posobiec, Mike Cernovich, Paul Watson, and many other of these “anti-SJW” shills went into total apeshit mode supporting the CIA riots in Hong Kong. They are literal shills, who do nothing but make basic commentary on social issues in America, while supporting every globalist and neocon foreign policy agenda.

The Big Fakeout?

Acting like you were going to start a war in the Ukraine and then starting a war in Kazakstan would be the smartest thing NATO has done in years. They can just go ahead and invade Crimea too while Russia is distracted.

Kazakstan is in a lot of ways more useful than Ukraine. The Ukraine thing is about stealing Russia’s port, firstly.

But look at Kazakstan on a map:

Control of that territory would allow NATO to run money and weapons directly to the terrorists in Xinjiang.

Furthermore, huge amounts of Russian stuff comes from Kazakhstan. I think it’s like, most of their meat. Probably a lot of other things.

I don’t have any idea why it isn’t obvious to these countries that they have to create patriotic youth brigades who believe in the superiority of their nation, and reject Westernism, if they want to have any hope of protecting their countries from these types of revolutions.

The only country that does that is China. Kazakstan, like every other Russian satellite, allows their youth to be raised on American Jew media and terrorist “democracy” internet propaganda.

Ideally, Russia keeps its troops at the Ukraine border, and China deals with this Kazakh situation.

But no one ever takes my advice, because “economies are complicated, bro.”

Economies are very complicated, but your economy isn’t going to mean anything to you when Jews overthrow your government.

Furthermore – the global economy is collapsing anyway, as a result of the virus hoax, and the only country that is really even partially insulated from that is China.

The CIA is literally using the fact that the US government destroyed the economy as a reason to incite riots and overthrow an enemy state.

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  1. Tesako says:

    Don’t worry everything will be fine the Russian and Byelorussian are already there
    Three days more and will be over then the cleaning prosees cold begins.
    Other fails for the wester collective and a gain for RF. as in Belarus

    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2022/01/the-us-directed-rebellion-in-kazakhstan-may-well-strengthen-russia.html#more

    • Replies: @RedpilledAF
    , @Levtraro
  2. Half of Establishment propaganda is silence, and replacing the topic with something else. Think of it as Distract, Divide & Conquer.

    This

    Never forget that Posobiec, Mike Cernovich, Paul Watson, and many other of these “anti-SJW” shills went into total apeshit mode supporting the CIA riots in Hong Kong. They are literal shills, who do nothing but make basic commentary on social issues in America, while supporting every globalist and neocon foreign policy agenda.

    applies — reflected more in what they condone — to several Unz Review authors.

    For example, just type “Soleimani” into the Search engine and run it against

    • Derbyshire: “No results found.”

    • Malkin: one passing, otherwise uncritical reference in a column decrying the invitation consequence of invasion.

    • Sailer: one witless joke about his never having heard the name before Uncle Sam’s treacherous hit.

    Easy to Notice once you understand how it works.

    • Agree: RedpilledAF
    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  3. neutral says:

    This is obviously a ZOG operation driven by the CIA and MI5, problem is that Putin always behaves like a wimp regarding these things. Instead he should give an ultimatum to these ZOG spooks that the next colour revolution they start will be met with deadly retaliation, as in nuclear strikes on both CIA and MI5 headquarters.

    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  4. If globohomo wins, will the Kazakhs zip around Almity in Chinese-made EVs? Will windmills dot the hillsides? Will all the little girls grow up to get mail-order birth control from the internet? Will their hospitals be graced with Tik-Tok nurses? I’d visit.

    • Replies: @neutral
  5. The US ZOG lost to the illiterate Taliban after 20 years of fighting, and they are supposed to have the wherewithal to take out Kazakhstan, which is the size of Western Europe and the world’s 9th largest country? It shares large borders with both Russia and China. Kazak is not a poor country either, with only 2.7% of its people below the poverty line (much less than the fragmenting US). If the CIA thinks it can use it to successfully destabilize those two other superpowers, they are as delusional as Comrade Biden.

  6. Anonymous[404] • Disclaimer says:

    Im looking for some answers on Kazakhstan so naturally I’ll ask in an Anglin post.

    Are ethnic Russian Kazakhs protesting? Or just ethnic Kazakhs?

    Do ethnic Russians dominate Kazakh economy and politics the way the Chinese to in Indonesia?

    Why is human capital so low if DNA studies reveal the average ethnic Kazakh is 66% East Asian?

    • Replies: @republic
  7. neutral says:
    @Gerrymander'd

    If they win then first thing they will do is hold a victory parade, a gay pride parade (this happened in Ukraine).

    • Replies: @Gerrymander'd
  8. Anonymous[402] • Disclaimer says:

    I recognize that all press secretaries regardless of party lie all the time, it’s a fact of life, but Peppermint Psaki is the worst. She went back to the “The Russians are behind it!” well one time too many.

  9. @neutral

    Sorry to hear the Ukranians had to host such a public display of loyalty to zog. I get it. But does the new regime go that far in Mooslem countries?

  10. raga10 says:

    Of course it is impossible that people of Kazakhstan simply got fed up with their less than perfect living conditions and their corrupt elites – no, it must be a CIA backed plot. The president himself blames CIA so of course it must be so; if his own performance was to blame for this crisis he would surely admit it, wouldn’t he?

    If the internet is really shut off, then this is just about putting out a fire – hopefully.

    I am pretty sure that revolutions predate internet and it is actually possible to organise without using Twitter, so yes, I remain hopeful.

    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Bill
  11. raga10 says:

    5th of January: Kremlin warns against outside interference in Kazakhstan

    Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday that Kazakhstan could solve its own problems and it was important that no one interfered from the outside, RIA news agency reported.

    6th of January: Russian paratroopers arrive in Kazakhstan.

    Russian paratroopers have arrived in Kazakhstan to help its government end mass protests that are gripping the former Soviet country.

    LOL

    • Agree: Jim Christian
    • Troll: mulga mumblebrain
    • Replies: @Bill
    , @Zorost
  12. Russia has really been taking the Yunarmiyya seriously, but it’s still not on the scale of China.

    Many years of work are ahead.

  13. KAZAKHSTAN CRISIS, MAJOR PRIZE ON THE GEOPOLITICAL CHESSBOARD [PART 1]



    Video Link

  14. @Greta Handel

    You have hit the bullseye, as the ancient Romans used to say.

    Truer words were never said.

  15. republic says:
    @Anonymous

    Are ethnic Russian Kazakhs protesting? Or just ethnic Kazakhs?

    Just ethnic Kazakhs are protesting

  16. The problem with all theses States clustered around the Russian sphere of influence is they are flush with energy rich goodies the good old U.S does not cotrol…that cannot be tolerated.

  17. Kasparov should have stuck to chess; in that domain, he was one of the most gifted masters of all time. But no, he had political ambition, and as a result he has become a common or garden-variety Neocon, completely undistinguished. He has earned his present obscurity.

  18. PJ London says:

    Bismarck’s saying, “Nothing is proved finally true until it is officially denied.”
    Thanks Psaki.

    • Agree: Maowasayali
  19. Plot twist: you are watching a Borat movie.

  20. Kirt says:

    As the cliche goes, “Don’t believe anything until the government officially denies it”. Though I have to admit I was believing this Kazakh business was a US deep state op as soon as I heard of it, so Psaki’s statement was just a confirmation to me.

  21. We (the U.S.) has over 750 bases world-wide in something like 100 countries. You know fuck well that our own people are involved in this Kazakhstan mess. They probably instigated it as far as I know.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  22. Russia invades the floor every time it gets out of bed in the morning.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FIaxos1VcAAPd21?format=jpg&name=large

    __________________________________________

    Assuming that we can safely rule out the idea that it was not a NATOstani instigated colour revolution, I can see two possibilities.

    In both, the idea was for a colour revolution a few more weeks down the line, say when Putin would be in Beijing for the Olympics in February, just like the Ukranazi coup took place during the Olympics in Sochi, but it took off prematurely because

    1. Of the overnight doubling of car fuel prices and anger over that, with the colour revolutionaries themselves taken by surprise and then scrambling to take control, or

    2. The colour revolution organisers in NATOstan ordering a premature beginning in a desperate effort to distract Russian attention from Ukranazistan and the demand for NATO to step away from Russian borders.

    Either way the colour revolution industry is losing its touch.

  23. look at Kazakstan on a map… Control of that territory would allow NATO to run money and weapons directly to the [Caucasian freedom fighters] in Xinjiang.

    I hope this is what’s going on. Continuing to mess with russia is not good foreign policy, but containing china is essential to American interests. Arming moslem caucasians in china is a very cool and intelligent thing for America to do and I am 100% in support of my government doing it to punish the avaricious and racial supremacist han chinese, especially after reading many hateful anti-white comments here at unz.com from chinese commenters.

    Joe Biden is wearing aviator sunglasses and pushing the gas button on the jew-like chinese vermin who literally believe they’re the center of the earth and destined to rule over the non-chinese, just as jews believe they are destined to rule over goyim. Sadly for the chinese, white America has gotten wise to their plans and now echoing all across this great nation a solemn message to china: YOU – WILL NOT – REPLACE US.

  24. This shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with the Mackinder Thesis:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Geographical_Pivot_of_History

    Think of Kazakhstan as the Arrakis of our planet: Whoever controls Kazakhstan, and hence Central Asia, controls the world.

    • Replies: @Biff
  25. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    no, just normal white american nationalism

    • LOL: Levtraro
  26. Anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden acts like an internet troll when it comes to foreign policy. All he wants to do is go around causing chaos in other countries. If he hadn’t been such a egoistical chucklehead all his life, he’d have more sense than to do this. It’s something Democratic politicians with inadequate personalities are prone to doing, like Obama supporting the terrorism of ISIS, and Hillary Clinton arranging a coup in Honduras. They do it to try to prove they’re macho, and they have zero interest in the little people killed by their antics.

    Biden is NOT smart enough to be trying to play the Great Game. If he really wants Russian interference in the elections of 2022 and 2024, he’s going to get it. He’s giving the Russians a good reason to start serious skullduggery inside the US. I’m afraid we’re going to see some really nasty black riots this summer.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Game

  27. “Furthermore, huge amounts of Russian stuff comes from Kazakhstan. I think it’s like, most of their meat. Probably a lot of other things.”

    Um … Kazakhstan produces 40% of the world’s uranium. Prices spiked with news of the riots.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/01/06/uranium-prices-surge-kazakhstan-revolt-threatens-disrupt-supplies/

  28. Biff says:
    @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Arming moslem caucasians in china is a very cool

    So cool that people are walking around with four arms.

    Pfft.

  29. Biff says:
    @advancedatheist

    Whoever controls Kazakhstan, and hence Central Asia, controls the world.

    This may be true, and as likely that it won’t be the bumbling idiots that occupy the corridors of power in Washington that will be the ones controlling it. Over the past two decades they have bumbled every attempt at controlling or winning anything – but that’s what happens when you follow the advice from a knucklehead, bone dry, addled brained, wrong about everything leading neocon Bill Kristol. These people are not winners – they just happen to be the ones that inherited power – way more power than they ever should have been allowed to get near, or even look at. For the good of mankind crop their wings!

    • Agree: Robjil
  30. GuestAug says:

    Furthermore, huge amounts of Russian stuff comes from Kazakhstan. I think it’s like, most of their meat. Probably a lot of other things.

    One way to end the Russian space program would be to kick the Russians out of Baikonur.

  31. Bert33 says:

    The Russians are coming, bringing ‘gifts’ for the protesters.

  32. It would be a hoot if that Evil cunnus, Sarki, had made the elementary mistake of denying an Imperial crime before even being accused. All States with any desire to NOT become satellites of the USA in a global plantation system, MUST expel ALL Western NGOs and ALL but the most necessary Imperial diplomatic staff, who must be policed strictly, and allowed NO unsupervised contact with the population.

    • Agree: Joe Levantine
  33. Levtraro says:
    @Tesako

    That’s what I thought. If these protests do not lead to a complete takeover of govt soon, and it seem they won’t, then they will mostly serve to out the plotters for the cleaning up.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  34. @bombthe3gorgesdam

    If you are the longest-running troll on UNZ, then congrats on having no life.
    You are still a low IQ Amerimutt though, of ambiguous racial origin.

    • Replies: @bombthe3gorgesdam
  35. NGOs, Andrew Anglin, Non Governmental Organizations. They’re taxpayer-funded, ZOG-run, but “non-governmental”. They’re the toehold in all these countries, it’s diplomacy 101, yet not a word about them in this piece, also, someone stole your pictures. Why ANY country that wants to be secure allows them on their turf is beyond rational thought, especially when they ALWAYS have connections to the American embassies. Why Putin doesn’t go straight to their doors and escort them out in this occurrence now that he’s been called in is outside rational thought, although he might.

    Remember, Anglin, N-G-O! SAY it. It’s ZOG, but their tool is the NGO. And there are hundreds of them. The technique has been honed to a fine edge by Soros via the Clinton Foundation, The Global Initiative and again, hundreds of others. Until they are treated as enemy combatants and destroyed first, they’ll continue on. In every one of these deal, NGOs are at the center of the onion.

    • Replies: @Bill
  36. Athena says:

    Michael McFaul is a profesionnal liar and manipulator.

    Testimony of Dr. Michael McFaul ([email protected])
    “U.S.-Russia Relations after September 11, 2001”
    October 24, 2001

    http://www.russialist.org/archives/5507-10.php
    (excerpts)

    ”5. Push for a Closer Relationship between the European Union and Russia. In many respects, it will be easier for Russia to join NATO than the European Union. In Russia, however, even the most astute foreign policy observes do not understand the difficulties of Russian membership into the EU. They must be educated (sic). However, the EU also must be pushed to establish more creative ways for engaging countries on its periphery. At the EU expands, it eventually will operate on a tiered system, with the core interacting a different level of intensity and degree of integration than some new members. Trading regimes similar to NAFTA may be a way to offer greater integration of Russia into European trade and investment markets without undertaking the steps necessary for full membership.”

    ”7. Buy Russian Weapons to Send to the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan. The Northern Alliance already relies on Russian weapons. We should resupply them by purchasing Russian weapons for them. The symbolism of an American (or Italian) purchase of Russian weapons also would be significant. This practice is not new. During the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan the Carter and Reagan administrations purchased weapons from communist Czechoslovakia to send to the anti-Soviet forces fighting in Afghanistan.”

    ”10. Increase Support for Russian Democratization. Russia will only be a full-fledged ally of the United States if Russia becomes a full-fledged democracy. On the economic front, Putin has demonstrated his strong desire to make Russia a liberal market economy. The structural reforms drafted by his government and passed by the parliament this past spring were truly radical. On the political side, however, Putin has shown little proclivity for deepening democracy. On the contrary, Putin and his government have weakened Russia’s already fragile democratic institutions. The best way to support further democratization within Russia is to increase direct assistance to Russian democrats. ”

  37. S says:

    The Big Fakeout? Acting like you were going to start a war in the Ukraine and then starting a war in Kazakstan would be the smartest thing NATO has done in years.

    Remarkably, something like that was foreseen nearly 170 years ago. From pg 109 of the mid-19th century geo-political futurist book The New Rome:

    ‘Russia has expended all her forces in making a formidable display on her Western border. The United States are already digging the trenches for an attack in the rear.’

    From the same page, some elaboration on what that was about:

    [MORE]


    ‘Thus the lines are drawn. The choirs are marshalled on each wing of the world’s stage, Russia leading the one, the United States the other. Yet the world is too small for both, and the contest must end in the downfall of the one and the victory of the other.’ The New Rome; or, the United States of the World (1853) – pg 109

    Published in the United States in 1853, the book claims that 1776 was a false split between the US and the UK, that the United States is the planned direct continuation of the British Empire, that after a future rapprochement a US/UK united front will unleash a ‘world’s war’ upon the Earth in its drive to take control of continental Europe’s center of power, Germany, for itself. This is all followed by a grand global struggle between the United States and Russia, to determine which of the two powers is to dominate Europe and the world.

    According to this same book, future developments in aviation, and American domination of the same, will give the United States the upper hand over Russia in the future conflict.

    As described on pgs 155-156:


    ‘It [air power] will give us the victory over Russian continentalism…American air-privateers will be down upon the Russian garrisons, to use our own expressive slang, ‘like a parcel of bricks.’

    Though The New Rome is a bit dry in places, all the same, it’s worth a gander.

    https://archive.org/details/newrome00poes/page/108/mode/2up

    • Replies: @Stebbing Heuer
  38. @neutral

    a bit late, but Putin has sent in the troops, who are securing airports and other strategic points. His guy Tokaryev has – finally – given shoot-to-kill orders to his own enforcers. Looks look (((Soros))), CIA, and Zio-Globohomo aren’t going to hijack Kazakhstan like they did Ukraine. Also, let’s not forget Armenia: after the beating the Soros regime there took from the Azeris awhile back, it too was overthrown and replaced by a pro-Moscow gubmint. So there’s a few shafts of light penetrating the current Jew-globohomo shroud.

    • Replies: @Gerrymander'd
    , @Avery
  39. @Haxo Angmark

    Kazakh Ray Epps returns to his sheep ranch, stops taking the CIA’s calls.

  40. Bill says:
    @raga10

    As it turns out “inference to the best explanation” is the name of a technique of argument in philosophy (and the one normally best suited to making, like, inferences from imperfect empirical information).

    So, like, it’s not really relevant that it’s logically possible that the US is telling the truth and everyone else is lying.

  41. Bill says:
    @raga10

    Russian paratroopers arriving in Kazakhstan isn’t outside interference.

  42. Bill says:
    @Jim Christian

    To be fair, some NGOs are funded by Soros who isn’t exactly a government.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  43. @Levtraro

    No, this is the beginning of an Islamist insurgency. Expect ISIS-K to pop up soon, as reinforcements are rushed in from Syria. Undoubtedly the Uighur Islamist who gained some a reputation as vicious butchers in Syria, will be at the vanguard-‘freedom fighters’ one and all.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  44. raga10 says:

    Russian paratroopers arriving in Kazakhstan isn’t outside interference.

    Kazakhstan is an independent country now so Russian intervention most definitely counts as an outside interference. And demanding that “no one should interfere” then sending your troops a day later is a textbook example of Soviet, err, I meant Russian hypocrisy.

    • Replies: @Beefcake the Mighty
  45. Avery says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    {Also, let’s not forget Armenia: after the beating the Soros regime there took from the Azeris awhile back, it too was overthrown and replaced by a pro-Moscow gubmint.}

    Sorry, but no such thing took place in Armenia.
    The SorosaScum Pashinoglu is still Prime Minister.
    His Sorosized party got re-elected by Armenia’s electorate last summer.
    People of Armenia have gone mad to re-elect the SorosaAgent who brought so much grief, bloodshed and losses to Armenia and Artsakh.

  46. @raga10

    They’re there at the request of the Kazakh government, as per a defense treaty the two countries signed. BTW, you’re a dumb-ass.

  47. Derer says:

    That border between Kazakhstan and Russia was created by Stalin falling asleep over the map with pencil in his hand. The Kazakhs are mostly concentrated in the south. The same thing happened on Ukraine map. Internal borders were not important within one country.

  48. Putin got caught flatfooted in Kazakhstan. While he was fooling around trying to cut a deal on Ukraine, here’s the real deal Biden offered… “Come on man! We’ll take Ukraine and Kazakhstan too!”

    Putin should be sacked. He’s more shameful than Gorbachev. Almost losing control of the main Russian cosmodrome located in Kazakhstan.

    The world needs an unambiguous military leader to sweep aside all the Empire pretenders. A modern Alexander that will conquer all. Not the racist rainbow druggie drag fag USA. A simple message.

    • LOL: Levtraro
  49. @HeebHunter

    and here I didn’t even know you heebs liked hunting

  50. raga10 says:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    They’re there at the request of the Kazakh government, as per a defense treaty the two countries signed.

    It’s still an outside interference. For example most readers here would agree that American presence in Afghanistan would be a case of outside interference. Well, for the most part of those 20 years or whatever it was, Americans were there at the request of the official Afghani government, recognised by the United Nations and all that. Either both of these are cases of outside interference, or neither of them is.

    As for the defense treaty you’re referring to, Collective Security Treaty Organisation, its “purpose is to ensure the collective defense of any member that faces external aggression.” Nowhere does it say it should be invoked in response to internal unrest. That’s as if Netherlands invoked articles of NATO for assistance to deal with their recent anti-vaccine demonstrations: absurd idea.

  51. @Beefcake the Mighty

    And it’s not just Russians. Armenian, Belarusian, Tajik and Kyrgyz troops have arrived as well.

  52. Zorost says:
    @raga10

    They are part of the same security collective. Russia responding to a call for help from Kstan is the same as the US responding to a call for help from a NATO member that was being invaded.

    • Replies: @raga10
  53. @S

    Wow. What a find!

    Thankyou!

    • Thanks: S
    • Replies: @S
  54. Good suggestion from Anglin: Let China take care of Kazakhstan while Russia concentrates on Ukraine. Then see what happens.

    Xi is ready to help:

    https://www.msn.com/en-xl/news/other/chinese-president-xi-jinping-sends-message-of-support-to-kazakhstan-e2-80-99s-kassym-jomart-tokayev-as-unrest-continues/ar-AASxnTG?ocid=BingNewsSearch

  55. Anon[429] • Disclaimer says:

    1) Hasbara is getting more subtle these days, but easy enough to spot their divide-and-conquer taking points.

    2) the color revolution playbook is well worn. My guess is during the last 5 years there has been lots of planning how to defend against a Color Revolution in many places. Almaty seems to have been successful in defending their people from the horrors of a Color Revolution. Now, all that needs to happen is to find a few US or Israeli ‘Diplomats’ and try them for war crimes.

  56. Andreas says:

    Why is Westerm MSM so quiet? Wouldn’t we expect a lot of loud, front-page crowing if this was the brilliant anti-Russian op some people think it is. I have to do a lot of clicking and scrolling to find anything on CNN or FOX about Kazakhstan. It’s definitely not screaming from the headlines.

    I’m guessing that this is either 1) a Russian false-flag designed to flush out and exterminate Western-backed terrorists who were planning a color revolution in Kazakhstan – a false-flag that is going exceptionally well and took Western intel completely by surprise; or 2) it is a Western-backed color revolution attempt – a color revolution where things are going terribly wrong because the Russians were never surprised at all.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  57. Anon[378] • Disclaimer says:

    I love that FBI meme, damn those dudes look like homosexuals.

  58. @Bill

    Check out the assistance to NGOs in the latest spending bill, billions.

    • Replies: @Bill
  59. The Jewish flu terror (violently forced measures like face napkins) caused the peoples angry response in the first place. In the second instance the Kabal’s hyanas (US & SU = Shekel) got straight into it stirring virgorously till the SU in proximity primed it up and took the people power down again.

    https://360tv.ru/news/zdorove/shukshina-razgljadela/?utm_source=smi2&utm_medium=exch&utm_campaign=news&utm_term=2018

    https://uncutnews.ch/der-falsche-prophet-fuehrt-die-russen-in-die-digitale-sklaverei/

    https://www.henrymakow.com/2020/05/scamdemic-confirms-russia-is-globalist-toady.html?_ga=2.62570788.988902212.1641651990-1109252768.1641651990

  60. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @Andreas

    This is a very probable scenario, yes. Ironically, Putin may well have done here what Hitler did with Norway against the British, i.e. preempted a hostile takeover of a strategically important state.

  61. raga10 says:
    @Zorost

    Russia responding to a call for help from Kstan is the same as the US responding to a call for help from a NATO member that was being invaded.

    Kazahstan is not being invaded. This is a domestic affair and, repeating what I said in my previous post, CSTO is intended to deal with external aggression only – which might well be one reason Kazakh officials are at pains to paint the events as such. But the fact is there are no foreign troops at their border and CSTO does not apply to Kazakh internal affairs any more than NATO pact applies to internal affairs of its members.

  62. Avery says:
    @raga10

    {Kazahstan is not being invaded. This is a domestic affair and, repeating what I said in my previous post, }

    Kazakhstan is not being invaded just as Syria was not invaded by US/UK/KSA/Turkey/Israel (aka NATO) trained, equipped, and supported cannibalistic Islamist/ISIS head-chopper terrorists.

    Remember the howling scream of lies by NATO and their propaganda/disinformation arm (aka MSM) who were breathlessly repeating “…..it’s a Syrian civil war……internal matter…..foreign powers (meaning Iran and Russia) should stay out of it…..” while NATO was pouring in 10s of 1,000s of well trained, well equipped foreign terrorists into Syria.

    Who are you kidding, homes? Yourself?

    • Replies: @Athena
  63. @mulga mumblebrain

    Jesus, mumble, every word Rags out out is true. Go read Saker/Andrei Martyanov get God’s sake. You make of yourself a laughable pest lately.

  64. @raga10

    Raga, looks like we have a pair of neocon NGO commandos chasing you. Let em Chase. Martyanov reports government security types including the head of security has been arrested and stores of arms, safe houses are being pointed out by the citizens to CSTO troops for capture. 1st order of business is going to be to restore home team prices for gas, but this thing will be well over and ought to be the first thing to be discussed on Putin’s next call to the American president. The message will be, we know what you did and why, your spies are in jail, we’re dealing with all of it. K is already secured.

  65. @raga10

    Words, words, words.

    All this “external” – “internal” BS is just cover for the Blue Empire’s color revolution strategy – cloak aggression in a garment with a local appearance.

    • Replies: @raga10
  66. Athena says:
    @Avery

    The US Government would support the devil himself – Dr. Michael Parenti

    https://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/the-us-government-would-support-the-devil-himself-dr-michael-parenti/

    (excerpt)

    ”Parenti:What do you mean giving up their…?Who’s giving up their…? The Ukraines are giving up their sovereignty?

    Robles: Well, in my opinion and I think many people would agree, that any country that joins the EU, and that is one reason the UK didn’t want it, they would give up a lot of their sovereignty.

    Parenti:Oh. Right.

    Robles: In joining NATO they give up their sovereignty. I mean, when you have American troops in your country…

    Parenti:Right

    Robles: Like in Serbia, what did they do? They recognized Kosovo and the first thing they did, they built the biggest military installation (US military installation) in the world outside the USA, in Kosovo?

    Parenti:In Kosovo! Yeah, yeah.

    Robles: Yeah.You’ve written and spoken about Serbia in the past?

    Parenti:I wrote a book called “To Kill a Nation: The Destruction of Yugoslavia”. And that was what it was about, it was about the whole war that took Yugoslavia, which was a viable social democracy where more than 80% maybe 90% of its economy was publicly state owned and it was going well and they were trying to also build up the worker-controlled enterprises and such, and turn it into a cluster of small right-wing mini-republics where everything has been privatized and everything has been deregulated and the people are poor and miserable, and that is what they got.

    Or in the immortal words of our “friend” Lech Walesa: “you wanted America, you got it”. But now most of those people did not want it, they got bombed into it, you know.”

    https://rickrozoff.wordpress.com :

    Russian, Chinese Neighbor: U.S., Britain Lead NATO Exercise In Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan: U.S. Planning NATO Naval Base On Caspian Sea?

    Kazakhstan: NATO Consolidates Outpost On Chinese, Russian Borders

    Pentagon Signs Five-Year Military Cooperation Deal With Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan: U.S., NATO Seek Military Outpost Between Russia And China

    • Thanks: Avery
  67. @raga10

    First, what does it matter whether or not Kazakhstan is being “invaded” (according to your arbitrary and self-serving definition of the term) under the circumstances? The CSTO signatories can decide for themselves when troop deployment is necessary; they don’t need U.S./NATO/jew troll imprimatur before taking action against a security threat, especially a threat apparently posed by foreign-backed terrorists.

    Second, according to the many examples set by the U.S. “government,” any country anywhere can be invaded and occupied (even without the approval of the legitimate government of the target country), at any time and for any stated reason, so why can’t Russia send troops into Kazakhstan, CSTO or no CSTO?

  68. raga10 says:

    First, what does it matter whether or not Kazakhstan is being “invaded” (according to your arbitrary and self-serving definition of the term) under the circumstances?

    It’s not “my” definition, it’s *the* definition: an act of entering as an enemy, especially by an army. When people rise up against their government that’s not an invasion – there’s a another term for that: revolution.

    Second, according to the many examples set by the U.S. “government,” any country anywhere can be invaded and occupied (even without the approval of the legitimate government of the target country), at any time and for any stated reason, so why can’t Russia send troops into Kazakhstan, CSTO or no CSTO?

    If you want to follow “the might is right” principle then sure it can. But allegedly we’ve replaced this principle with international laws and treaties. No doubt US (and Russia) break them often, but that’s more the reason to keep complaining when they do.
    In any case you’re right in that Kazakh government can request the assistance of foreign power, CSTO or not. But Kazakh request or not, is still hypocritical of Russia to admonish others not to interfere only to interfere literally the next day – which was my original point.

  69. raga10 says:
    @Reactive Reaction

    Words, words, words.

    Well, words matter. Especially when it comes to legal documents such as international treaties.

    • Replies: @raga10
  70. anon[365] • Disclaimer says:

    “The fact that we don’t yet have video of revolutionary leaders meeting at the US embassy”

    Here ya go,

    https://nypost.com/2020/10/20/photo-biden-meets-hunters-alleged-partner-from-kazakhstan/

    because, as the CSTO has known for fifteen years, elite subversion there is crucial to US development of banned biological weapons for CIA’s plan and conspiracy for war on Russia and China.

    https://www.indianpunchline.com/kazakhstan-turns-into-graveyard-for-us-diplomacy/

  71. raga10 says:
    @raga10

    .. .and this is why words matter:

    If the situation is covered by CSTO, Kazakh government has the right to request assistance, and Russia (and other members of the pact) are obliged to provide it.

    If the situation is not covered by CSTO, Kazakh government still has the right to request Russian assistance, but Russia is NOT obliged to provide it. And seeing as they were speechyfying just a day prior how important it was for Kazakhstan to solve their own problems, they should damn well follow their own advice.

  72. @raga10

    First, what does it matter whether or not Kazakhstan is being “invaded” (according to your arbitrary and self-serving definition of the term) under the circumstances?

    It’s not “my” definition, it’s *the* definition: an act of entering as an enemy, especially by an army. When people rise up against their government that’s not an invasion – there’s a another term for that: revolution.

    Not that it’s relevant, but if you agree that “an act of entering as an enemy” is an act of “invasion,” then Kazakhstan was almost certainly “invaded” by an element of hostile foreign forces, e.g. U.S. “diplomatic” personnel who’ve violated the terms of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the UN Charter.

    Second, according to the many examples set by the U.S. “government,” any country anywhere can be invaded and occupied (even without the approval of the legitimate government of the target country), at any time and for any stated reason, so why can’t Russia send troops into Kazakhstan, CSTO or no CSTO?

    If you want to follow “the might is right” principle then sure it can.

    Well I don’t want to, and the Russian government apparently doesn’t want to, but the rogue U.S. “government” is a demonstrable adherent of the principle, and that doesn’t seem to bother you for some reason.

    But allegedly we’ve replaced this principle with international laws and treaties.

    Who’s “we”? Certainly not the corrupt U.S. “government,” which hardly bothers to pretend anymore.

    No doubt US (and Russia) break them often, but that’s more the reason to keep complaining when they do.

    On the contrary there is no evidence that Russia “often [breaks]” “international laws and treaties.” (You seem to be implying that the government of Russia and the government of the U.S. are generally operating on the same moral and legal plane, and this is of course absurd).

    In any case you’re right in that Kazakh government can request the assistance of foreign power, CSTO or not. But Kazakh request or not, is still hypocritical of Russia to admonish others not to interfere only to interfere literally the next day – which was my original point.

    You’re talking nonsense. The foreign interference in this case is illegal and immoral, and Russia et al. are merely reacting to it – legally. There is no “hypocrisy” on behalf of Russia here.

    • Agree: Avery
    • Replies: @raga10
  73. raga10 says:
    @Harold Smith

    if you agree that “an act of entering as an enemy” is an act of “invasion,” then Kazakhstan was almost certainly “invaded” by an element of hostile foreign forces, e.g. U.S. “diplomatic” personnel who’ve violated the terms of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the UN Charter.

    You’re drawing a sneaky false equivalence with your use of quotes here, but there is no equivalence. Diplomatic personnel “invaded” but Russians sent troops, not “troops” and government forces are shooting actual bullets, not “bullets”.
    If Kazakhstan was “invaded” by diplomatic personnel, then Russia should respond by sending their diplomats, not paratroopers!

    In any case, you’re talking nonsense. You can be neither “invaded” or invaded by diplomatic personnel since by definition diplomatic personnel is there by official permission.

    Russia et al. are merely reacting to it – legally.

    Legal wrangling aside, let’s just call spade a spade : Russia intervened to ensure that Russia-friendly government remains in power against the will of the people. Just like they did in Hungary in 1956 or Czechoslovakia in 1968, or Afghanistan in 1979 or more recently, in Syria.

  74. Athena says:

    Control of that territory would allow NATO to run money and weapons directly to the terrorists in Xinjiang

    It was an attack on China not just Russia.

    (Graham Fuller actually advocated “guiding the evolution of Islam” to destabilize Russia and China in Central Asia.)

    China’s Uyghur Problem
    https://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2018/10/chinas-uyghur-problem-unmentioned-part.html

    ”Since 2013 such Uyghur soldiers have gone from combat alongside Al Qaeda in Syria and returned to China’s Xinjiang where they have carried out various terrorist acts. This is the tip of a nasty NATO-linked project to plant the seeds of terror and unrest in China. Xinjiang is a lynchpin of China’s Belt Road Initiative, the crossroads of strategic oil and gas pipelines from Kazakhstan, Russia and a prime target of CIA intrigue since decades.”

    Is Turkey still one of the NATO’s major players since the S-400 deal with Russia?

    Turkey’s S-400 Deal Helps China Neutralize Gladio B’s Uyghur Channel

    https://www.newsbud.com/2019/07/07/breaking-turkeys-s-400-deal-helps-china-neutralize-gladio-bs-uyghur-channel/

    ”Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken out against China’s oppression of the Uighurs on numerous past occasions, but this week he gave his implicit support to China’s policies in Xinjiang during a state visit to the country.”

  75. US / SU = Shekels;

    JewSA ./. Jewssia = Jewgame.

  76. @raga10

    In the 31 years of the Russian Federation’s existence, exactly when has the RF violated a treaty?

    • Replies: @Avery
  77. Avery says:
    @RadicalCenter

    {….exactly when has the RF violated a treaty?}

    Or any International Law, for that matter.
    NATO/Anglo-American block routinely does so.

    To wit:
    – Illegal bombing (and war crimes) of Yugoslavia by NATO/US.
    – Illegal invasion* of Iraq by US&UK.
    – Illegal occupation and seizure of RF’s diplomatic facilities in US.
    – Illegal seizure** and theft of Iranian oil.
    – Illegal occupation of part of Syria and theft of Syria’s oil.
    ………….

    [Trump admits his intentions of keeping occupying troops in Syria.. Stealing Oil]

    “…….to take the oil..I took (stole) the oil……”

    ________________________________
    * US and UK first attempted to have UNSC authorize the invasion.
    But UNSC considered such invasion illegal Prima Facie and rejected it: the duo who never stop lecturing everybody and his brother about Internal Law, went ahead and illegally invaded anyway. Just because they can. To their credit, British finally admitted the invasion was illegal (Chilcott report). Not that any Brit leaders paid for the war crimes and the untimely deaths of 100s of 1,000s of Iraqis. To add insult, the disgusting Queen even Knighted the bona fide war criminal Blair.

    ** No UN resolution authorized it: US, on its own, declared sanctions and stole the Iranian oil.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  78. infoman says: • Website

    I just checked some links at the website called abovetopsecret.com, they posted some information, letting the people know, that the cause of the riots, was not price related or inflation, it was because they where imposing vaccine passports mandatory for purchasing goods.

    A link to a video from a home reporter called plazma, read the local headlines and confirmed that it was not about prices. Vaccines. The video is on bitchute.com.

    https://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1302997/pg1

    https://www.tiktok.com/@dannyboycomics/video/7051220493763988782

  79. infoman says: • Website

    If you guys want some other information, relating to the stans, here is a link some will love to read…

    tellingfilms.co.uk

    Research if you like the country named …

    The Jewish Republic homeland
    is in Russia’s South-East
    (the size of Switzerland)
    Birobidjan flag
    Coat of Arms of the City of Birobidjan
    All-Round Common Sense Campaign

    for rationalising the First Jewish Homeland – Birobidjan, capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region (J.A.R.) – as the Sole and Safe Jewish Homeland – thus restoring Palestinian sovereignty and former tranquillity in the Middle East.

    Lady Renouf interviewed in January 2009
    nonprofit video catalogue now online
    NB: all captions and photos added by birobidjan.co.uk

    Interviewed by Iranian Television in January 2009, Lady Michèle Renouf explained the historical legitimacy of this campaign – and this web site aims to raise public awareness of the secure bolthole which was available for Jews at the end of the war in 1945 and still exists in safety today – without ever requiring a second homeland for European Jewry in the Middle East. The Jewish Autonomous Region in Birobidjan has avoided being termed a “republic” in line with the other ethnic republics of the former Soviet Union, because it is a “delicate matter” and risks “stepping on Israel’s toes with the creation of another Jewish state”.

    The religious brand name packaging of ‘Holocaust’ deployed to conjure a legitimacy for the secular ‘Covenantal bargain’ imposture (which is inherent in that religious term meaning a sacrificial burnt offering, in a territorial greed and vanity bid to lay claim to a metaphysical ‘promised land’) has no moral or God-agreed legitimacy.
    (See the comments of traditionalist Bishop Richard Williamson on the ‘legitimacy’ of Israel.)

  80. Athena says:

    Erdogan: ”- You know how to kill.”

  81. @raga10

    I’m following this exchange, and have noticed how hard you’re working to present Russia with the blacker hat, thus making the USA more a brutal policeman than willful imperialist. It reminds of the Exceptional! rhetoric of columnist Pat Buchanan.

    Are you emotionally (or otherwise) invested in Uncle Sam’s “foreign policy,” perhaps having a personal or familial involvement with the military?

    • Replies: @raga10
  82. @raga10

    if you agree that “an act of entering as an enemy” is an act of “invasion,” then Kazakhstan was almost certainly “invaded” by an element of hostile foreign forces, e.g. U.S. “diplomatic” personnel who’ve violated the terms of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the UN Charter.

    You’re drawing a sneaky false equivalence with your use of quotes here, but there is no equivalence.

    I did nothing of the kind. My use of quotation marks here is grammatically legitimate and meaningful. I quoted a phrase you used and I put quotation marks around the words “invasion,” “invaded” and “diplomatic” since there is apparently some disagreement regarding the meaning/proper use of these terms in the context of this “discussion” which I will endeavor to clear up.

    [MORE]

    Diplomatic personnel “invaded” but Russians sent troops, not “troops” and government forces are shooting actual bullets, not “bullets”.
    If Kazakhstan was “invaded” by diplomatic personnel, then Russia should respond by sending their diplomats, not paratroopers!

    Your bombast is amusing but you’re just wasting time and bandwidth, as usual.

    According to Merriam-Webster:

    invade verb

    in·​vade | \ in-ˈvād \
    invaded; invading
    Definition of invade
    transitive verb

    1: to enter for conquest or plunder
    2: to encroach upon : INFRINGE
    3a: to spread over or into as if invading : PERMEATE
    doubts invade his mind
    b: to affect injuriously and progressively
    gangrene invades healthy tissue

    For example, if you let people who profess to be a group of carpenters/electricians/plumbers (i.e. contractors) into your house, say for the agreed upon purpose of remodeling your house for an agreed upon fee, but once they get inside your house, rather than doing what they’re supposed to do they instead tie you up and rob you, then according to the Merriam-Webster definition of “invade,” i.e. to enter for conquest or plunder it would be true and correct for you to say that criminals have invaded your house. Whether the criminals gained entry to your house by sneaking in, by deception (e.g. posing as something they’re not) or by force (e.g. at gunpoint) doesn’t matter to the definition and the end result is the same. Capisce?

    In any case, you’re talking nonsense.

    Your ignorance and/or mendacity reflect poorly on you, not on me.

    You can be neither “invaded” or invaded by diplomatic personnel since by definition diplomatic personnel is there by official permission.

    See above. If the so-called “diplomats” have engaged in activities violative of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the UN Charter, as they assuredly have in this case, then they are not actually diplomats with “official permission” to be there but criminal invaders; they are enemy agents who’ve entered the host country under false pretenses and are therefore illegally present there.

    Russia et al. are merely reacting to it – legally.

    Legal wrangling aside, let’s just call spade a spade…

    Ok let’s, but without the red herrings, lies by omission and speculation presented as fact.

    Russia intervened to ensure that Russia-friendly government remains in power against the will of the people.

    Your claim that Russia’s actions were taken “to ensure that Russia-friendly government remains in power” is apparently correct, but so what? Russia is acting in its self-interest just like most any other country would under the circumstances, and Russia is acting legally, at the request of the government of Kazakhstan – as the result of an illegal coup attempt, which was apparently the result of illegal foreign interference, i.e. an attempted “color revolution,” so the point is moot.

    But your claim that Russia is acting “against the will of the people (of Kazakhstan)” is pure bullshit. Who appointed you as the “voice of the people”?

  83. anonymous[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    No, this is the beginning of an Islamist insurgency. Expect ISIS-K to pop up soon, as reinforcements are rushed in from Syria

    If these so-called “Islamists” are really allies of the whitevils, ever ready to fight the whitevil’s unjust wars which kill and maim multitudes of muslims, then there is nothing Islamist about these “Islamist” vermin. Only those who fight the oppressors of true muslims and even martyr themselves for that just cause, are the true Islamists.

    The Chrizzies/Juden, the supremacist pagan polytheist “in-his-image” mangods-worshipping vermin, collectively called the West, are the greatest enemies of True Monotheism, and thus the enemies of the One and only. How can one be a true monotheist and also be allies of the enemies of true monotheism? It is an irreconcilable paradox.

    Our Creator exhorts us thus;

    O you who have believed, do not take the [rabid] Jews and the Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies of one another. And whoever is an ally to them among you – then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, Allah guides not the wrongdoing people. : Holy Quran 5:51

    You pagan godless vermin use the term Islamist too loosely.

  84. raga10 says:

    Who appointed you as the “voice of the people”?

    I don’t claim to be the voice of the people – facts are the voice of the people. When a large part of a country goes up in flames it indicates discontent is widely spread.
    Sure, CIA might stir shit up but the shit was there to be stirred.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  85. raga10 says:
    @Greta Handel

    Are you emotionally (or otherwise) invested in Uncle Sam’s “foreign policy,” perhaps having a personal or familial involvement with the military?

    I am not and you’ve got me only partially right: I don’t try to present Russia as worse or better than anyone else, just for what it objectively is: another imperialist power wearing different colours.

    I used to think Russian propaganda was kind of crude and ineffective but I see now that it does find its audience and apparently all hundred of them gather here on unz.

  86. Athena says:

    Re: NATO-backed Russian-Israeli mob against Russia

    Kissinger’s protégé, Mikhail Saakashvili:

    ”there’s confirmation that there was a single center that coordinated anti-government demonstrations in Kazakhstan that was obtained by Ukrainian researchers, which shows that the United States used the so-called Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan NGO located in Ukraine and controled by SBU to organize terrorist attacks together with attempts to undermine the Kazakh constitutional system.

    No one is hiding Ukraine’s involvement in the events in Kazakhstan today. Even a citizen of Ukraine, that remains under arrest in Rustavi prison, ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, who is the head of Executive Committee of Ukraine’s National Reform Council, recently announced on his Facebook page a meeting of Kazakh opposition in his mansion in Kyiv.”

    https://journal-neo.org/2022/01/10/kazakhstan-s-security-was-undermined-by-outside-forces/

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  87. @raga10

    I don’t claim to be the voice of the people – facts are the voice of the people.

    Okay then, let’s see the “facts” which support your claim that it is “the will of the people” that there not be a “Russia friendly government” in Kazakhstan.

    When a large part of a country goes up in flames it indicates discontent is widely spread.

    Or so you barely assert. Prove that a “large part of the country [has gone] up in flames”; prove that “discontent” among the people is “widely spread” and prove that the “discontent” is strictly the result of a “Russia friendly government.”

    • Replies: @raga10
  88. The timing is suspicious, if not kosher. They do everything by the numbers.

    Wikipedia already has a page for it, but no official color or name for the revolution has been sanctioned…

    Although the protests in Kazakhstan started on January 2, this “color revolution” overlaps January 6 (1/6 is 9/1 upside down)–a really big number and date for kosher revolutions and wars.

    Don’t believe me?

    Well, here’s their next POTUS, Kamala Harris, giving you a gematria lesson cloaked as a lesson in history. She compares last year’s “attack” on 1/6 at the Capitol Building with… wait for it… the Jap attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Really?

    Their occult number games are in-your-face but goyim is too stupid to notice.

  89. raga10 says:
    @Harold Smith

    Prove that a “large part of the country [has gone] up in flames”;

    Just read any news site. This was not a small group of mercenaries who could possibly be paid off by foreign source, this was a wide-spread unrest.

    prove that the “discontent” is strictly the result of a “Russia friendly government.”

    Average Westerners don’t usually pay that much attention to Kazakhstan so this protest might seem like it came out of the blue, and that makes it easy to believe (if you’re inclined to so believe) that this must be something orchestrated by some nefarious force. But in fact Kazakhstan is not some utopia but a powder keg that was getting ready to go off for many years now. Here are some headlines and snippets over the years:

    Dec 2011: Kazakh Authorities Try To Extinguish Unrest In Unruly West
    Authorities in western Kazakhstan insist they have restored order following deadly clashes between police and out-of-work laborers that left at least 13 people dead and more than 85 wounded.
    But with unrest already spreading and a state of emergency in effect, authorities have imposed restrictions that make it difficult to assess the risk of further bloodshed.
    The deadly violence that erupted when sacked oil workers clashed with police on December 16 in Zhanaozen, in the oil-rich western province of Manghystau, followed months of tension.
    The sides continue to dispute who was responsible for the escalation. But its severity appeared to take local authorities, who’ve been dealing with a sit-in by disgruntled oil workers since a strike targeted a state-owned firm in May, by surprise.
    Now, President Nursultan Nazarbaev has declared a state of emergency in Zhanaozen.
    https://www.rferl.org/a/kazakhstan_tries_to_extinguish_unrest_in_unruly_west/24427023.html


    July 2016: Zhanaozen: It’s More Than Just A Word

    To people in Kazakhstan, especially government officials, Zhanaozen is synonymous with civil unrest, protest, and bloodshed. Which is why the news that hundreds of oil workers went on strike on July 28 must surely be generating concern in the halls of government in Astana. The complaints of these workers are likely to resonate widely in Kazakhstan during these hard economic times in the country.
    https://www.rferl.org/a/zhanaozen-unrest-violence-kazakhstan/27886602.html

    Jun 2019: Photo sparks violent unrest at major oil field
    At least 30 people were injured in clashes — https://eurasianet.org/kazakhstan-photo-sparks-violent-unrest-at-major-oil-field


    Oct 2019: Kazakh Ex-President Rejects Talk Of Shared Power, Blames ‘Traitors’ For Unrest

    Kazakhstan has seen a wave of unsanctioned protests in recent months over political stagnation in the country and perceived Chinese influence, resulting in arrests and a tightening of already stiff security measures.
    https://www.rferl.org/a/kazakh-ex-president-rejects-talk-of-shared-power-blames-traitors-for-unrest/30213428.html

    Feb 2020: Ethnic violence blows hole in Kazakhstan’s narrative of tolerance
    Ten people killed, dozens wounded and thousands flee as brawl between Dungans and Kazakh police is followed by rampage.
    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/2/10/ethnic-violence-blows-hole-in-kazakhstans-narrative-of-tolerance

    Looks like the events of this week are not so unusual for Kazakhstan after all… Just another day in paradise.

  90. S says:
    @Stebbing Heuer

    Yes, The New Rome is an intriguing little book, that I can just about guarantee has not once been spoken of in the mainstream corporate mass media within our lifetime, not even on those esoteric late night talk shows.

    Meanwhile, much in contrast to the rather plain spoken though little known New Rome, just about everyone and their grandma knows about Nostradomus and his often practically indecipherable ‘quatrains’.

    Go figure!

    https://archive.org/details/newrome00poes/page/n15/mode/2up

  91. @raga10

    Prove that a “large part of the country [has gone] up in flames”;

    Just read any news site.

    No; you made a claim now back it up. I see reports estimating damages at about 200 million dollars, with most of the losses being in Almaty. So if about 93% of the losses occurred in Almaty as per the following linked article, that would seem to disprove your claim that a “large part of the country [has gone] up in flames.” So either link to a credible site which supports your claim or admit that you’re a liar.

    According to the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan, 920 affected business entities were registered in ten regions of the country, including 856 — in Almaty.

    https://24.kg/english/219784_Situation_in_Kazakhstan_Damage_to_business_estimated_at_over_2004_million/

    This was not a small group of mercenaries who could possibly be paid off by foreign source, this was a wide-spread unrest.

    You’re speculating; prove it. There may have been wide public discontent with fuel price hikes or whatever, but legitimate, generally peaceful protests were apparently hijacked by paid agents provocateurs in the service of “external forces.” According to Kazakhstan’s Minister of Internal Affairs, there was a high level of organization among the troublemakers; there was planning.

    https://sputniknews.com/20220109/kazakhstans-minister-of-internal-affairs-details-high-level-of-organization-among-rioters-1092134518.html

    And according to the following report, people from neighboring countries were apparently paid to go to Kazakhstan to cause trouble. At \$200 per person, a mere million dollars could’ve brought 5,000 rioters into Kazakhstan.

    https://sputniknews.com/20220109/man-detained-in-almaty-admits-unknown-people-paid-him-200-to-partake-in-kazakh-protests---video-1092126018.html

    We don’t know what the total numbers are in this case, but given the historical record which shows the corrupt U.S. “government” routinely spending millions to billions of dollars to bribe government officials, hire mercenaries and recruit and train terrorists of various stripes – to destabilize countries and overthrow governments, e.g. in Ukraine – it’ll take more than your hapless bullshit and hand-waving to convince anyone here of anything.

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  92. raga10 says:
    @Harold Smith

    So if about 93% of the losses occurred in Almaty as per the following linked article, that would seem to disprove your claim that a “large part of the country [has gone] up in flames.”

    Almaty *is* a large part of the country; it’s not the capital but it is the largest city by far.

    There may have been wide public discontent with fuel price hikes or whatever

    No kidding… This is not an unimportant detail. Most revolutions (including the Russian one in 1917) start with anger about daily life – in case of Russia, food shortages). Most people don’t go out on the streets to protest about abstract political issues and I’m sure most Kazakhs don’t give a shit whether their government is pro- or anti- Russian – they just want their jobs, their gas and food. Precisely because of that discontent runs deep and wide, as the examples I quoted demonstrate.

    According to Kazakhstan’s Minister of Internal Affairs, there was a high level of organization among the troublemakers; there was planning.

    According to Minister of Internal Affairs, eh? Well, it must be true then! But their organisation wouldn’t demonstrate outside interference; Kazakhs are not cattle, they can organise themselves and it looks like they’ve had a lot of prior practice.

    Your problem is that you need this unrest to be both small and big. You can’t admit it was a popular uprising but it can’t be too small either, because then why would Kazakh government find it necessary to request outside military assistance? Amazing, the mental gymnastics you have to through just to avoid admitting the obvious: this is not a popular government and it remains in power by force alone.

    That’s all I have to say on this subject, thanks for playing.

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  93. @raga10

    Quoting Radio Free Europe tells us what a slimy troll turd you are-but we knew THAT long ago.

  94. @Athena

    So when are the Russians going to rendition these Evil scum, and put them on trial, to show where things lie.

  95. @Avery

    And THEN the Septics and their stooges, like the Austfailian invertebrates, have the insufferable gall to bellow about the ‘International Rules-Based Order’ and the ‘Rule of Law’. Hypocrisy beyond the dreams of impudence.

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