High, Dry, and Left to Die in Kazakhstan

In a news event today that may prove to be nothing more than a metaphor of the dying power of a decaying brotherhood of clownish thugs, this apparently abandoned gang of "Islamic radicals" barged into a local gun shop in Aktobe, Kazakhstan, stole weapons, and immediately proceeded to take hostages and kill and wound bystanders. Social media reports that the Kazakh forces are right now responding swiftly, so maybe you'll get to see a fleeting summary posted on CNN tomorrow.

Naturally, the loss of life of the bystanders and military personnel is tragic. As with any news story, we hope that the whole truth about the situation will get exposed. The reason I refer to this gang as "clownish thugs" is because we should already be wondering how is it that these brainless goons got left hanging high-and-dry with no armaments (and Victoria Nuland's cookies) being supplied to them? Where was the usual Western, Soros-sponsored backstop? Two weeks ago the color revolution architects were certainly present as we will show further down this blog. But today ... not so much.


If you read no further than this paragraph here, then do give a look to this 3-minute video from SouthFront.org intel regarding the events from May 21, 2016. On that weekend, as Lada Ray of @LadaTweets reported at her FuturisTrendcast blog, "a full-scale color revolution against Nazarbayev was planned in Kazakhstan for May 21. Mass protests were pre-announced for May 20-21, weapons, subversive literature, money and alcohol were hidden in capital Astana and several major cities, where the explosion was supposed to happen simultaneously. A media and PR attack was prepared. Foreign fingerprints are very vivid. Soros, Endowment for Democracy and other US NGOs are implicated. Ukraine right sector’s hand was also in it."

SouthFront.org expanded on that report with their own intel published on June 04: 

The joint forces of Russia and Kazakhstan are the last barrier preventing the ISIS expansion in Central Asia.
— SouthFront.org

The SouthFront blog adds this information:

Naturally, Kiev and Ankara are only the executors. The concepts are made by other strategic centers elsewhere. The Kazakh revolutionaries “craving freedom” are prepared in Ukraine. The striking units of the “revolutionary groups” are trained in Turkey. The prominent Kazakh opposition is not left behind either. They actively cooperate with immigrant groups residing in London. Primarily with the circle around Mukhtar Ablyazov Kabulovich, a former Kazakh energy minister and now businessman and opponent of President Nazarbayev.
The technology to trigger mass unrest in Kazakhstan absolutely replicates the model of the Maidan in Kiev. Overall, nothing new under the sun. Ukrainian radicals train their Kazakh counterparts. It is reported that Kazakhs “revolutionaries” are trained in revolutionary activities in the camps Koncha Zaspa, Nikolayev and Dnepropetrovsk, located on Ukrainian territory.
Of particular concern to the leadership of Kazakhstan were alerts of a supply of arms in Almaty and Astana. Sharply stepped up were calls for removing Nazarbayev on the social networks. The reason for the unrest of May 21, 2016 in Almaty was the discontent of the population in connection with the adopted amendments to land reform. Logistics immediately before the events in Kazakhstan were provided by the International Fund for protection of freedom of speech “Adel CO”, whose donors are the embassies of the US and UK, George Soros’s “Open society”, Freedom House and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
Thus was revealed the main purpose of the organized insurrection – the removal of President Nazarbayev. Naturally, the police discovered warehouses with weapons, “Molotov” cocktails, appropriately bent valves and other attributes allowing for the “democratic” representation of the Kazakh people. There were appeals to the police to “join the people”, as well as calls to collect data on police so there can be a “complete revenge” later on. The police in Kazakhstan decisively cut down the “color revolution”, arrested the organizers, gathered the weapons and other support “materials” and the “revolution” was over at noon. And everybody went to drink tea. Those who have watched the events of 2014 in Kiev, can not help but appreciate the attempted Maidan in Kazakhstan as “smiles from the old tapes.”
The future of the world will depend on this geopolitical struggle in Central Asia.
Nazarbayev, Putin, and Xi. Moscow Victory Day Parade, May 09, 2015. (photo credit: www.kremlin.ru )

Nazarbayev, Putin, and Xi. Moscow Victory Day Parade, May 09, 2015. (photo credit: www.kremlin.ru )

Now why oh why would anybody be interested in removing the 75-year-old President-For-Life Nursultan Nazarbayev? You don't suppose that has anything to do with the fact that HE is the person who came up with the idea of the Eurasian Economic Union in the first place? 


It should be of no surprise that this failed color revolution in Kazakhstan preceded the important EAEU meeting between Putin and Nazarbayev in Astana by only ten days.

In fact on the same day that the Astana rabble was making waves, RussiaToday published these points as a summary of the ASEAN conference in Sochi that had just wrapped up only one day before the failed Astana coup attempt:

One of the key outcomes was that a consensus emerged among the participants that the Association of Southeast Asian Nations member states should broaden their economic cooperation with the Russia and Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) to the extent of creating a free-trade agreement between the two. EAEU is a trade block comprising Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.
“The most important item is the consensus about ASEAN that we need to seriously look into establishing a free-trade agreement with the EAEU,” Razak said in an exclusive interview with RT, estimating the combined GDP of ASEAN and EAEU member states at $3.5 trillion and their combined populations at 755 million people.

A quick review of Kazakhstan's economic status in Wikipedia reveals that the country is doing quite well. It's easy to see why any psychopath, would-be global conqueror would be tempted to seize control of her resources. Kazakhstan is one of the world's leading exporters of uranium and enjoys vast reservoirs of gas and oil. "By 2006, Kazakhstan had become the dominant nation of Central Asia economically, generating 60% of the region's GDP, primarily through its oil/gas industry. Kazakhstan has vast mineral resources." (Think: Gold.) Kazakhstan is also a member of the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Economic Cooperation Organization and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

The potential is there for serious disturbances if and when authority passes into new hands.

This datum about Kazakhstan's banking sector really caught my attention:

Kazakhstan has the largest and strongest performing economy in Central Asia. Supported by rising oil output and prices, Kazakhstan’s economy grew at an average of 8% per year until 2013, before suffering a slowdown in 2014 and 2015. Kazakhstan was the first former Soviet Republic to repay all of its debt to the International Monetary Fund, 7 years ahead of schedule. 
Banking technology and personnel qualifications alike are stronger in Kazakhstan than in Russia. On the negative side, past stability in Kazakhstan arose from the concentration of virtually all political power in the hands of a single individual – the key factor in any assessment of system or country risk. The potential is there for serious disturbances if and when authority passes into new hands.

Bingo! With that last statement you can already see the drool dripping from the lips of the Soros Bushista neocons. (My apologies in advance for planting such a disturbing visual image in your brain!) 

(photo credit: nhteapartycoalition.org)

(photo credit: nhteapartycoalition.org)

The bread crumbs may even extend past George Soros' door all the way down the path to none other than Buckingham Palace but this remains to be proven. During the week following the failed coup in Astana, suddenly the name of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, got all tangled up with a corruption probe into the sale of his mansion, a wedding gift to him from the Queen Mum, "to Kazakhstan-based oligarch Timur Kulibayev for the sum of £15 million." As reported by RussiaToday, "Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker called for an inquiry into the matter, saying the Prince’s close relations with questionable people in Kazakhstan 'brings the royal family into disrepute.'" Of course, it's hard to keep track of all the things that "bring the royal family into disrepute" these days.


I would be remiss if I did not at least mention one other important resource that Kazakhstan holds within her borders, and that is the Baikonur Cosmodrome. One of the busiest Spaceports in the world is located at that site. Of course, there's plenty of activity that is open to public examination. However, considering all the advanced Russian technologies in scalar energy and the stated mission goals of both the Russian and Chinese space programs -- especially lately -- I have no doubt that any territory that is making important contributions in the dominance of outer space is, as they say, "on the menu." 

If you have any doubts that The Powers That Be have already set their long-range sights on the Moon, Mars, and beyond, you might want to get up to speed with Catherine Austin Fitts at her Solari Report.

In conclusion, this is a story to keep our eyes on. But don't hold your breath waiting for Fox News to report on it. As of the time of this posting, Kazakh tweeters were reporting that Internet service had been taken offline for the region surrounding Aktobe. Even Sputnik News and RussiaToday.com were a bit sparse in their reporting after the initial reports. So let's see what the leaders of EurAsia have in store for the old Western goats.

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