Mysteries Of The Failed Rebellion In Kazakhstan

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      Passionate Progressive
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      Mysteries Of The Failed Rebellion In Kazakhstan

      It is still a mystery what forces exactly are behind the rebellion in Kazakhstan. While I had presumed that it was a CIA operation it may have been outsourced to Britain’s MI6. There are also still other possibilities.

      The action seen over the last few days smelled strongly of a color revolution as typically instigated by the United States. The gangs which attacked police forces, set buildings on fire and stormed places where arms were stored seemed very well trained. They worked in formations and were obviously under someone’s command. Some of them seemed to have been trained snipers as some shots hit policemen at longer distances. Three of the policemen killed were beheaded which points to some Jihadi elements. Some are also said to have been foreigner and the size of the total force was estimated as up to a quite high 20,000. This has led to some speculate that these people came from Turkey where President Erdogan has used Jihadis from Syria for his foreign policy purposes. But for who’s benefit would he do such in Kazakhstan?

      Turkey is of course a member of NATO and will in end do NATO’s bidding. Russia ultimatum to ‘keep NATO off Russia’s border or else …’ might be reason enough for Washington DC to create trouble at Russia’s southern boarder. When the U.S. fled from Afghanistan it tried to get new bases in Central Asia but was denied them by every government in the area. A regime change in Kazakhstan might put someone at the top who would allow a U.S. outpost. But who could that person be?

      President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev was installed in 2019 after the long term leader Nursultan Nazarbayev left under public pressure. But Nazarbayev actually stayed in control until very recently. He gained the title ‘First President’ and was made Chairman of the National Security Committee (KNB). The capital Astana was renamed Nur-Sultan in his honor.

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    • #464743
      GZeusH
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      Don’t expect any smiling dad to step forward.

      Hitler 1944: Kiev is to be held to the last man.
      Biden 2022: Kiev is to be held to the last Ukrainian.

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        I just posted by Martyanov, he speaks to the incompetence-weaknesses of NATO planners/strategists and how they underestimated how logistically skilled the Russians were/are……No doubt it was the US (Blinken + Power, etc., etc.) conducting but likely working through Turkey or others……There is no doubt that this will be sorted out…As Martyanov argues the Russians are as skilled at espionage as they are at military strategy.

        The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.....Martin Luther King '63

        It takes all the technical proficiency our system can provide to make up for the woeful lack of popular support and political savvy of most of the regimes that the West has thus far sought to prop up.........Bernard Fall

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      Here’s one option from https://www.dailysabah.com/world/asia-pacific/kazakh-dissident-ablyazov-casts-himself-as-leader-of-mass-protests .

      Mukhtar Qabyluly Ablyazov, a former government minister who is now living in Paris, said the West needed to enter the fray.

      “If not, then Kazakhstan will turn into Belarus and (Russian President Vladimir) Putin will methodically impose his program: the recreation of a structure like the Soviet Union,” Ablyazov told Reuters.

      Ablyazov cast himself as the leader of the opposition protests and said he was consulted every day on tactics on the ground in Almaty.

      “I see myself as the leader of the opposition,” he said. “Every day the protesters call me and ask: ‘What should we do? We are standing here: What should we do?'”

    • #464756
      jbnw
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      Kazakh security forces have arrested the country’s former security chief, Karim Massimov, for treason.

      It’s in this detailed thread at


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      • #464804
        Mr. Mickeys Mom
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        @jbnw

        There was reason for JFK to have wanted to break the CIA into a thousand pieces and cast into the wind. The NEC appears to have come off the taproot of the CIA. Like it says, instead of interfering with CIA money, astro-turf groups can receive NEC money. Regardless, the risk of blow-back IMO is not zero.

        NATO was supposed to have receded decades ago, and everyone paying attention knows that is not true. Meanwhile, the distractions as to US election interference makes the news cycle on schedule whilst this hybrid war goes on, yes?

        Hell, no... I'm not giving up...

      • #464815
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        I think I heard it was Ablyanov – and after all, he’s been operating out of – where else?  Ukraine.

        The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.....Martin Luther King '63

        It takes all the technical proficiency our system can provide to make up for the woeful lack of popular support and political savvy of most of the regimes that the West has thus far sought to prop up.........Bernard Fall

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