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US Questions Russian-Led Security Bloc’s Kazakhstan Peacekeeping Deployment

Kazakhstan's president requested the deployment, but the White House says not sure if the invitation was 'legitimate'

by Dave DeCamp Posted onJanuary 6, 2022CategoriesNewsTagsKazakhstan, Russia

The US is keeping a close eye on the deployment of peacekeeping troops from the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) in Kazakhstan, the White House said Thursday.

The CSTO sent peacekeepers to Kazakhstan to help President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to deal with massive violent protests that have swept the country. But White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said she wasn’t sure if the invitation was “legitimate.”

“We are closely monitoring reports that the Collective Security Treaty Organization have dispatched its collective peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan,” Psaki said. “We have questions about the nature of this request and whether it has — it was a legitimate invitation or not. We don’t know at this point.”

Kazakhstan is a member of the CSTO, and Tokayev made the request for the alliance’s assistance. So the US has no reason to think the invitation wasn’t legitimate unless Washington doesn’t view the Kazakh government as legitimate.

The protests started on January 2nd and quickly escalated into violence. The Kazakh Interior Ministry said Thursday that 18 police officers and national guard members had been killed, and over 700 wounded, Russia’s Tass news agency reported. The Kazakh police said they have killed dozens of protesters who tried to storm government buildings. “The dozens of attackers were eliminated, their identities are being established,” a police official said.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Kazakh Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi about the violence on Thursday. According to the State Department, Blinken reiterated “the United States’ full support for Kazakhstan’s constitutional institutions and media freedom and advocated for a peaceful, rights-respecting resolution to the crisis.”

Considering Washington’s history of meddling in countries near Russia and supporting uprisings around the world, there is reason to suspect US involvement in Kazakhstan’s unrest.

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As of 2020 Kazakhstan has 19% Russian and 1% German population.

With others it's probably around 23-25% white.
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Kazakh and Russian ethnic girls, Astana, Kazakhstan

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A prestigious relative married a Kazakh many years ago of the Korean ones dumped there by Stalin. She is very beautiful, tall with long black hair, and skin of alabaster but unassuming.

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Overnight, tens of thousands of Koreans were told to pack their belongings and depart on windowless cattle trains. The over 4,000-mile journey during Siberia’s harsh winter was bone-shattering. The exiles soon found out that promised building materials and cash assistance would never arrive. Traditionally rice farmers, they also had difficulties adapting to Central Asia’s arid landscapes and nomadic culture.
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She asked me, did you know they bombed us (Kazakhstan) with nuclear weapons? Sorry, I did not, I replied, we are told nothing of what went on in Soviet times, and it would be lies anyway.


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She used to visit me every year in the Spring around Easter time, but not since this plandemic bullshit.

Kazakhstan (looks like) a very beautiful, massive, place. I would have like to have gone to live there and escape this shithole.
 
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Kazakhstan not only shares a huge border with Russia it also shares a long border with China, in particular Xinjiang province, there is no fucking way these two countries would allow ZOG to move in to such a sensitive area.
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“We are closely monitoring reports that the Collective Security Treaty Organization have dispatched its collective peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan,” Psaki said. “We have questions about the nature of this request and whether it has — it was a legitimate invitation or not. We don’t know at this point.”
"Legitimate" = Kosher

Kazaks defending themselves against another CIA color-coded revolution is anti-Semitic
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Kazakhstan not only shares a huge border with Russia it also shares a long border with China, in particular Xinjiang province, there is no fucking way these two countries would allow ZOG to move in to such a sensitive area.
Seems ZOG and it's proxies are already there, passing out weapons to the local Antifa types wanting free fire-sale Nike sneakers, I phones and bling.
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Kazakhstan not only shares a huge border with Russia it also shares a long border with China, in particular Xinjiang province, there is no fucking way these two countries would allow ZOG to move in to such a sensitive area.

Almost as porous as Biden's open border policy on our own southern borders.

Lots of CIA paid terrorists can move freely in either direction.

Probably, into Beslan grade schools again or even the Bolshoi theater in Moscow.

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Steppe on Fire: Kazakhstan’s Color Revolution

Maidan in Almaty? Oh yeah. But it’s complicated.

So is that much fear and loathing all about gas? Not really.

Kazakhstan was rocked into chaos virtually overnight, in principle, because of the doubling of prices for liquefied gas, which reached the (Russian) equivalent of 20 rubles per liter (compare it to an average of 30 rubles in Russia itself).

That was the spark for nationwide protests spanning every latitude from top business hub Almaty to the Caspian Sea ports of Aktau and Atyrau and even the capital Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana.

The central government was forced to roll back the gas price to the equivalent of 8 rubles a liter. Yet that only prompted the next stage of the protests, demanding lower food prices, an end of the vaccination campaign, a lower retirement age for mothers with many children and – last but not least – regime change, complete with its own slogan: Shal, ket! (“Down with the old man.”)

The “old man” is none other than national leader Nursultan Nazarbayev, 81, who even as he stepped down from the presidency after 29 years in power, in 2019, for all practical purposes remains the Kazakh gray eminence as head of the Security Council and the arbiter of domestic and foreign policy.
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Kazakhstan restoring order with help of CSTO’s deployment amid China’s firm support

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Xi stressed that China firmly opposes any force that destroys the stability and security of Kazakhstan, opposes outside forces that incite disturbances or color revolution or try to destroy the friendship and cooperation between China and Kazakhstan.
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A statement released by the CSTO on Thursday said the CSTO Secretariat confirmed the receipt of an Appeal for Assistance by the Republic of Kazakhstan. "The Appeal states that this situation is seen as an invasion by gangs trained from abroad."
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The latest developments of the chaos have been manifested with signs of color revolutions while the US and West are eager to use the opportunity to weaken Russia's influence in Central Asia, Yang said, noting that, "by deploying troops, CSTO also wanted to deter outside forces and the terrorist forces that want to seek benefits from the current situation."

Kazakhstan leader rejects talks, tells forces to "shoot to kill"

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...Kn1l0dT3lvgXK4

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"We are dealing with armed and trained bandits, both local and foreign. With bandits and terrorists. So, they must be destroyed. This will be done shortly," the president said.
This could be another CIA orchestrated 'colour revolution' to weaken Russia's southern borders. China's western border is also shared by Kazakhstan. These foreign terrorists are probably those formerly based in Afghanistan, now armed to the teeth after the US withdrew leaving behind $80Billion in weaponry and equipment.

‘Nationalists are on the rise’: How protests in Kazakhstan turned violent & why Russia feels it can’t stay silent
https://www.rt.com/russia/545219-kaz...ists-security/

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The border between Russia and Kazakhstan stretches for almost 7,000km, which makes it the world’s longest continuous international land frontier and a key factor in Moscow’s security strategy. Political stability in Kazakhstan is of utmost importance to Russia, since instability there makes it open to all sorts of threats from the south due to the fact that the border is not only vast but stretches mostly through sparsely populated grassland plains and therefore is extremely hard to control.






This is the main reason why the neocons want to destabilise Iran. To open up Russia's southern borders which are comprised of Islamic states. The other reason is to ensure Israel's regional security.

I originally posted this yesterday as a thread but deleted it after the forum Zog-Bot and Jap-fag gave it a one star rating.
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I guess if anybody on this board know the history of the ethnic Tartar peoples, then they can shed some insight into how all this might give out. The "Stan" countries are usually left out of the political theatrics when the media only pay attention to the "wars" in Chechnya.
 
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She asked me, did you know they bombed us (Kazakhstan) with nuclear weapons? Sorry, I did not, I replied, we are told nothing of what went on in Soviet times, and it would be lies anyway.
Around ten years ago, their embassy had an show with artists who had survived the nuclear tests the Soviets conducted there. I remember one who had deformed limbs and I couldn't tell if it was a man or a woman. It was pretty depressing.
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RT freelance reporter detained by ‘military’ in Kazakhstan


A correspondent affiliated with RT has been taken away in a military vehicle in the restive city of Almaty

RT freelance reporter Stanislav Obishchenko has been detained in Kazakhstan’s largest metropolis of Almaty while setting out to report on the violent protests there. The men who detained him are said to be members of the military.

A group of RT journalists, who’ve arrived in Almaty to report on the situation there, were working in one of the streets on Saturday afternoon when the incident happened.

The rest of the group are now reportedly in safety.
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It seems that jews are thriving in Kazakhstan, and they apparently support the current president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev:

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BY CNAAN LIPHSHIZ JANUARY 7, 2022 2:38 PM



(JTA) — The Jewish community of Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan, has shut down its activities as most of its members hunker down in their homes amid a wave of bloody protests.
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Yeshaya Cohen, the chief rabbi of Kazakhstan who is affiliated with the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, said that the country’s Jews are sitting out the conflict, both physically and politically, by staying indoors “until the forces maintaining order stabilize the situation,” he told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency on Friday.

There are eight synagogues in Kazakhstan, of which at least three host activities weekly or daily.
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The Beit Menachem synagogue and Jewish community center, Almaty’s largest Jewish hub, is situated outside the city center, which “probably plays in favor of the community,” said Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar, as most of the violence is happening in the center.

Zeev Levin, head of the Bukharian Jews research unit at Jerusalem’s Yad Ben Zvi Institute and an expert on Central Asia, said the risk of attacks on Jews or Jewish heritage sites in Almaty throughout the ongoing unrest is low to nonexistent. Rates of antisemitism during peacetime are also traditionally low in Kazakhstan.

”Even throughout the most vicious of civil wars that have ripped Central Asian republics in recent decades, Jewish heritage sites were largely left alone,” Levin said.
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Many Kazakh-Jewish families earn their living through business and “steer clear of politics altogether,” Levin said.

“And if they’re forced into it, you can expect them to support the government,” Levin said.

Cohen agreed but also called Tokayev “a man of peace and progress.”
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This could be another CIA orchestrated 'colour revolution' to weaken Russia's southern borders. China's western border is also shared by Kazakhstan. These foreign terrorists are probably those formerly based in Afghanistan, now armed to the teeth after the US withdrew leaving behind $80Billion in weaponry and equipment.

This is the main reason why the neocons want to destabilise Iran. To open up Russia's southern borders which are comprised of Islamic states. The other reason is to ensure Israel's regional security.

I originally posted this yesterday as a thread but deleted it after the forum Zog-Bot and Jap-fag gave it a one star rating.
Pretty high probability the CIA has been supplying "protestors"with weaponry.

The neo-con Biden regime may have bit off more than it can chew with Putin.

Putin put troops on the ground, in Almaty, faster than Biden could fall down the steps on Air Force One.

Putin, with the silent backing of China could get a two-fer by winning in Eastern Ukraine and in Kazakhstan.

Strength, as Putin displays, plays well in Asia and the Middle East.

It always trumps weakness, like that of a President who leaves $84 billion dollars worth of weapons in enemy hands.
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quote Kazakhstan’s Jews, who ‘steer clear’ of politics, are sitting out their country’s bloody unrest

They do not need to do much when jews from amerikwa and western euro will do it for them..

btw, who says its "their country"..
jews are whatever it benefits them to be.. they are lsrael, they are international, they are the same as the local goyim.. shape-shifting fuckin vermin they..

ZOG aint a local fookin monster.. everywhere itz..

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Baikonur Cosmodrome, one of Russia's main space launch facilities is located in Kazakhstan. It has been there since the 1950s when Kazakhstan was part of the Soviet Union. This is another reason why Putin is not going to allow this situation to get out of control. I don't think China will either, since it shares a long border with the country just as Russia does.
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Baikonur Cosmodrome, one of Russia's main space launch facilities is located in Kazakhstan. It has been there since the 1950s when Kazakhstan was part of the Soviet Union. This is another reason why Putin is not going to allow this situation to get out of control. I don't think China will either, since it shares a long border with the country just as Russia does.
Large deposits of Uranium there too.

You'd think the Jews wouldn't want Muslims mining Uranium, but Jewish thinking gets irrational at times.
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quote Kazakhstan’s Jews, who ‘steer clear’ of politics, are sitting out their country’s bloody unrest

They do not need to do much when jews from amerikwa and western euro will do it for them..

btw, who says its "their country"..
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Jews shy away from actual violence, unless they are taking sniper shots at rock-throwing Palestinian children from a guard tower.

They much prefer useful thugs, like Antifa, or in this case, hired mercenaries to do their dirty work.
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