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OCTOBER 2021

Throwing Central Eurasia Into Chaos

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Throwing Central Eurasia Into Chaos

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The new political crisis has been developing in the Central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan is an independent state (a former Soviet republic) in the Central Asia. It borders with Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west and southwest, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the east. The country’s capital and largest city is Bishkek.

At least 686 people were injured and one killed in Kyrgyzstan following law enforcement clashes with the protesters, the country’s Health Ministry reported on October 6.

“By 15:00 [local time] October 6, 2020, a total of 686 victims turned to healthcare organizations for medical aid, 521 of them were dismissed after administration of initial medical aid, while 164 were hospitalized with various traumas, 7 of them – are in intensive care unit. One victim died,” the ministry said in its Facebook post.

The political crisis in Kyrgyzstan started following the October t4 parliamentary elections. The opposition organized mass protests in Bishkek, captured the buildings of the parliament (where the Presidential Administration of sitting president Sooronbay Jeenbekov is also located), the Bishkek Administration and the Prosecutor General’s Office. The protesters also released former president Almazbek Atambayev, former Prime Minister Sapar Isakov and a number of other politicians from prison.

Early on October 6, President Sooronbay Jeenbekov addressed the citizens, calling on leaders of political parties to calm down their supporters. Later, the Central Electoral Commission of Kyrgyzstan declared the results of October 4 Parliamentary elections invalid. Currently, the country has been passing through a new political transformation that will likely lead to the re-election and the change of the political leadership.

According to experts and local sources, the main reason of the ongoing crisis is the complicated social-economic situation in the country. As of now, there are no indications that the crisis became a result of some foreign meddling. The situation is further complicated by the traditional conflict between the northern and southern clans of the country’s political elite as well as split within the ruling Social Democratic Party (SDPK). Both Sooronbay Jeenbekov and Almazbek Atambayev are members of the SDPK. The conflict between the ‘north’ and the ‘south’ already led to a series of riots and political coups in the 2000s. The current situation seems to be not different.

It is interesting to note that the current political developments in Kyrgyzstan have no the ‘anti-Russian’ core, as it often happens in the case of Western-funded ‘color revolutions’ in post-USSR states. Contrary, at least a part of the intentions of the opposition is aimed at the strengthening of relations with Russia. In own turn, Atambayev is a controversial, but charismatic person that stands for the independent policy of Kyrgyzstan and neither supports the ‘Western integration’ nor opposes the cooperation with Russia.

The social and economic roots of the current situation explains why a large part of the law enforcements and the government apparatus of the country in fact supported the protests or did not take active measures to contain them.

This situation is quite different to the crisis developing in Belarus, where it is clear that the main driving power of the regime change efforts is alien (foreign) forces. This is why law enforcements and the administrative apparatus of the country remain loyal to the current president of the country, Aleksander Lukashenko. Photos and videos from the ground also show that while Kyrgyzstan protests were led by ordinary people, the core of Belarus protests is quite different. This is various ‘hipsters’, radical nationalists, minorities, and hardcore neo-liberals.

Another potential point of instability is Moldova, where pro-Western (‘Soros aligned’) forces are already preparing a ‘color revolution response’ to the potential victory of Igor Dodon in the 2020 presidential election, scheduled for November 1, 2020. Pro-Western groups label Dodon as a ‘pro-Russian politician’ (in fact, he is rather a neutral one) and thus declare that they should not allow him to keep the power.

These political developments come amid the raging Armenian-Azerbaijani war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which started on September 27 as a result of the previous years of the destructive and anti-Russian policy of Nikol Pashinyan in Armenia.

In this difficult time, the conditionally pro-Western team the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin has been pushing further the policy of total digital control and real restrictions on the rights and freedoms of Russian citizens, first of all residents of Moscow. These actions are being employed with a full support of the liberal bloc of the Russian political elite led by such persons as Sberbank CEO Herman Gref and Head of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina. It should be noted that Moscow is now being officially subjected to a 5-year long ‘digital experiment’, the essence of which is classified. The latest development in the Russian capital with the announcement of additional restrictions for residents and the demand to provide even more personal data to the local authorities went beyond any reasonable explanation.

At the first look these are isolated developments that just accidentally happen across the region. However, if one takes a wider look at the situation, it is possible to find out that the indirect or even direct target of these destructive tendencies is the Russian statehood and the destabilization of this region of Eurasia. It is hard to imagine that the United States or the United Kingdom as states are behind this. At the same time, the destabilization of the region plays into the hands of the global financial elites amid the global economic crisis and their ongoing campaign to impose the new ‘fully digitalized’ (and thus controlled) society.

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Sauron

Belarus 2.0

jm74

According to NGO Explorer there are 64 UK NGO working in Kyrgyzstan. US has NGOs there also.
One can conclude that there lies the problem not only in Kyrgyzstan but in Belarus, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Those countries only have themselves to blame, self inflicting chaos.

Fog of War

If we want to get shocked look up how many NGO’s are in China and Russia. You would think they would be a lot smarter, or is it all smoke and mirrors ?

jm74

I did look it up some time ago and I do wonder where the leaders of those countries get their brains from. It is common knowledge that a majority of the NGOs are nothing but covert operations.

Fog of War

” It is common knowledge that a majority of the NGOs are nothing but covert operations. ”
That’s why I say ” smoke and mirrors ” . Not to mention the fact that all countries still follow the ” ancient ” and archaic embassy system. Why should the US, for instance, be allowed to have an “Embassy ” which has hundreds of personnel, diplomatic immunity, and free travel around the host ( target ) nation ? Its like the host nation wants to get spied on and infiltrated. Look up how many US ” consulates ” are in China for example. Its self defeating insanity.

jm74

You are definitely on the right track; countries like China, Russia and even Iran still in a round about way crawl up the US arse, rather pathetic considering their rhetoric. Those US/UK Embassies are a haven for their intelligence officers which like you state are rather large in numbers. One wonders how many times China and Russia get a slap on the face by the US before they retaliate.

Kishan Chali

I guess the Chinese also does the same in the US. Remember how they burnt their documents before evacuating their consulate in Houston? I’m sure Russians are also doing it.

Ivan Freely

I’m leaning towards the “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” line of thought. I wouldn’t be surprised if those NGOs have already been infiltrated by internal security forces.

Fog of War

That’s very naïve thinking, not to mention all the security resources, and money , wasted unnecessarily to keep an eye on all those NGO’s. Finally, how many NGO’s does Russia or China have in the US ? I’ll tell you, ” O ” because ZioAmerica would never allow it.

Ivan Freely

It’s certainly counterintuitive but, if you sit down and think about it. You don’t really need that much resources to keep an eye on things. Some intelligence assets don’t really need the security services to pay them. Why bother when the foreign NGO is the paymaster. Don’t forget people like to talk and it wouldn’t be too difficult to gather data.

I’m sure there are Chinese / Russian NGOs operating inside the US. Don’t forget it’s not necessarily the Chinese / Russians have to build one from scratch. They can easily take over on an existing NGO and use it to their advantage.

Fog of War

” Don’t forget people like to talk and it wouldn’t be too difficult to gather data. ”

Is that why every color revolution since Poland in the 80’s had NGO’s behind it ?
Because they dont work and people talk ? That seems counter intuitive. Obviously they work great, and most security services have had limited success stopping them or have failed all together. Therefore, the simplest , most logical thing to do, is to ban them outright. Otherwise the ” host ” nation is playing with ZIO fire.

Ivan Freely

Most of these NGO successes is based on the incompetence of the host nation. In the case of Poland of the 80s, do you seriously believe the crisis would have taken place if Poland enjoyed similar successes as China today?

I agree that THE best solution is an outright ban. I would even go as far as ending diplomatic missions.

Fog of War

” I agree that THE best solution is an outright ban. I would even go as far as ending diplomatic missions. ”

Finally. I knew you could make it.

Cromwell

I never understood why they allow those NGOs to run riot in their Countries,its clear who and what they are.

Ivan Freely

I see these acts as desperation. DC is running out of time and options. I’m more interested to know if they’re crazy enough to drop all pretenses and fall back towards raw aggression; “Damn the torpedoes. Full ahead.”

Lone Ranger

Crumbling U.S. Empire…

occupybacon

When the word ‘chaos’ is mentioned, that means Russians are scared.

Lone Ranger

You spelled D.C. wrong as usual.
Disunited States…

occupybacon

Chaos is literally in the title of this article.

Lone Ranger

U.S. is sinking in Chaos.
Thanks to the CIA, Soros, CFR, and neo trotskyites.
Slow clap…

occupybacon

That’s what poor peasants from dirty shitholes think, any bigger event in USA scares the shit out of them.

Lone Ranger

Except you are the poor peasant…
Have fun in the last days of the crumbling Empire.
Same as banderanazis did in WWII…worshipping germans…you trolls never learn….

occupybacon

Fear the Chaos at your borders, ban all protests, brag with nukes, hide in Kremlin bunker from covid. Ruskies balls are from silk.

Lone Ranger

Fear the Chaos at your borders, ban all protests, brag with nukes, hide in WH bunker from covid and BLM. Americant balls are from silk.
Another Fix…?

occupybacon

Tell Putin to get out from Kremlin toilet, governors took over Russia.

Raptar Driver

Russia is under assault and Putin fiddles his dittle.
The empire would never do this if it didn’t know and have assurances that the Putin government will do little to nothing.

occupybacon

Chaos! Fear! Panic!

Lone Ranger

Pimpeo virus…
Worse than Covid.

occupybacon

Fear the chaos and anarchy

Lone Ranger

Indeed you should.
Useful idiots always think they are immune, but history shows us traitors are hanged first in a new system…

occupybacon

Don’t worry, we won’t hang you, just put you in cell with notorious pederasts that like to hear boys crying.

Lone Ranger

You are dreaming about boys crying is pretty telling…
You lost by the way, you heard it hear first ?
If you think CIA, papa soros will keep you alive look at what happened in Russia with the first wave commies…
Most the trolls and comissars were executed in the following years.
You know why?
Because traitors are not reliable if they betrayed once they will do it again.
You are repeating history because you font know it.
Useful idiots…

occupybacon

Blablabla, Rusdian economy is starving and so are you. Putin is pulling numbers out from his ass about how much gold Kremlin has and the littlw greena are living in misery. But ok, Deripaska has nice presents.

Lone Ranger

Blablabla, U.S. economy is starving and so are you. Trump is pulling numbers out from his ass about how much oil Uncle Sam has and the little greena are living in misery. But ok, Pimpeo virus has nice presents…
Fixed it for you ?

occupybacon

An American can buy a new car with his wage, a Ruskie can buy a bottle of vodka

Lone Ranger

Was the case 20years ago.
Now its the exact opposite.

occupybacon

How many cars do you own, muzik boy?

Lone Ranger

1.
Ukrop.

occupybacon

A new one you purchased with your 1 month wage?

Lone Ranger

Actually it was a present from my parents.

occupybacon

How many bottles of vodka did they pay for it?

Lone Ranger

None.
They aren’t ukropnazis.

occupybacon

Indeed they are bolsevik, sacrificed your brain to God Stalin

Lone Ranger

No they aren’t.
Contrary to you.

occupybacon

Krakadil eaten brain can’t even comeback

Lone Ranger

Sorry to hear that.
Get well soon.

occupybacon

Get revolution soon in Russia ;)

Lone Ranger

You are a 103years late.
Its the turn of the U.S. now.
Be very afraid…?

occupybacon

For what, Putin is afraid of any kind of protest, like XI. These countries are very fragile, the rest of the World is not crying Chaos when they see a protest. So don’t take others as having small dicks like you.

Lone Ranger

You are 103 years too late.
But there is one ongoing in the U.S…

occupybacon

Yeah yeah, the USA keeps falling since Marks and Engels, bolseviks are like robots, no other hope for them but the rich to fall.

Lone Ranger

Newsflash for you.
The Elite runs the bolsheviks…
Buth shhh.

occupybacon

Russia has only two classes: billionaires and peasants.

Lone Ranger

Sounds more like the U.S. and Ukraine nowdays.

occupybacon

Sounds exactly like Russia nowdays.

Lone Ranger

U.S./Ukraine*

occupybacon

Muzikstan*

Lone Ranger

Most Amercants can’t even purchase a Zippo lighter nowdays.

occupybacon

Yeah, that’s what Kremlin tells you, Americans are starving, we are the best. Guess how it worked out for USSR?

Lone Ranger

It’s not the Kremlin telling bit but the U.S. govt.
Interestingly the U.S. is following the same path to destruction as the Soviet Union.
But don’t worry maybe they are lucky and will have a patriot like Putin pulling it together, by 2040…

Lone Ranger

Many americans are indeed starving.
The 50mil that still have food stamps are the more lucky ones.
Meanwhile in Ukraine pensioners have to live off $100 a month…
How glorious…

occupybacon

Bolsevik lies about starving West

Lone Ranger

Bolsheviks have move to the west.
Your paycheck comes from them too…

occupybacon

Nah, stay there in your frosen swamp, vodka and krokodil takes care of you

Lone Ranger

In Kiev too.
True that.

occupybacon

No, don’t stay in Kiev, they hang bolseviks

Lone Ranger

They hang everybody except cia/soros/mossad funded toyboy nazis.
Its a mess.
Even the baltic nazis dislike Ukraine and thats pretty telling.

occupybacon

Kremlin news nobody care about

Lone Ranger

Except for the whole World.
How comes Ukraine is not yet in the EU and NATO.
Where are the trade partners?
Why hasnt Antonov sell a single plane in 3 years…?

occupybacon

Maduro, Kim Jong, Assad are not the free world, Crimea is Ukraine according the UN and 95% of the World.

Lone Ranger

You left out China, India, Most of Africa, Nem Indonesia, Vietnam…long list.
Friends not vassals, big difference.
Crimea is Russia same as Kosovo is Serbia.

occupybacon

No, China, India and Vietnam still recognise Crimea as Ukraine. You are fooled by bolsevik news.

Lone Ranger

They dont, they are neutral for political reasons.
But behind the door they support Russia.

occupybacon

With what, cheap vodka?

Lone Ranger

Trade…
Bases…

occupybacon

They trade with Ukraine too.

Lone Ranger

Ukrop vodka?

occupybacon

Crop yes and arms.

Cromwell

They also murdered thousands of jews at Babi Yar,thats when some of your Countrymen were licking Nazi balls,the Real Ukrainians were Partizans or fighting with the red army,we know which one you would have been,who knows you may even have been a camp guard at Treblinka.

occupybacon

I’m not Ukrainian but you are not entitled to say what is a fake and what is a true Ukrainian.

Lone Ranger

That was a fast power nap:)
Did you pop another speed pill?

occupybacon

What have you dream, vodka?

Lone Ranger

You must be high because I seriously can’t understand what you are writing.
Your supervisor won’t be happy about it, they want quality trolling not done half assed attempt at it :)

occupybacon

They have native English speakers dealing with Internet hot points, I’m auxiliaries. What us your parents giving you fir the cute bolsevik comments, buckwheat cookies?

Lone Ranger

At least you admit it.
For that you get a ?
Im not the one leaving bolsevik comments…
Its you and your fellow, CIA, soros, hasbarat cybercommando.
But you guys usually fail, like Windman…oy oy…

occupybacon

Bolseviks are the ones that always hope others to fail, cause they know they have no chance to do better

Lone Ranger

Indeed, spot on.
Too bad the U.S. Empire has turned into what it has fought for decades.
DNC, BLM, Soros NGOs, CIA, CFR, Trilateral Commission, all neo-trotskyite, marxist bolseviks.

occupybacon

Yeah yeah, meanwhile why is Putin hiding for so long? I mean look at Trumo, he’s back in business.

Lone Ranger

I guess he is busey.
Or at least Trumps clone is…

occupybacon

Ohh wait, if Putin us hiding, that Trump must be a clone. Where did I met this patern? If Russia failed to go to the moon, USA must be faking it. You bolseviks are more previsible than actual chat bots.

Lone Ranger

You are the bolshevik and the moonlandings were fake.
At least the manned ones.

occupybacon

And Russia has a secret base in Cuba with a big antena.

Lone Ranger

Indeed.
But shhh.

occupybacon

And Putin is a goblin but shh

Lone Ranger

Most Americans have a hard time paying the rent and mortgages.
Let alone the rest.
According to the U.S. govt itself 80million Americans face eviction till years end.
Hope CIA will have enough for your paycheck..

Cromwell

Yes and don’t get sick in America or you are toast.

cechas vodobenikov

Kirghizia faces challenges–especilly Uigher/Turk/ISIS extremism in Fergana Valley—partly this informs the improving relations with Russia—most speak Russian, despite that the population is less than 10% Russian/Ukrainian….hopefully this resolves soon

James Adams

Let democracy prevail !!!

Dawn

Democracy is a myth! Used to blind stupid masses to a obvious truth – there is no democracy and we live in the mass / elitarian society – principally not different from ancient Egypt society..

occupybacon

Then there is no hope for us, let’s cut our veins!

Dawn

Go on and start..

occupybacon

Help me!

hvaiallverden

So, they/you/everybody somehow manages to squarly blame Armenia for everything, right, SF, and I wounder who on earth wrote this pice of shit, and again, not an word about whom did indeed start the war, against Armenia, namely Turdia/ISISrael/UssA, but hey, lets blame Armenia, you are starting to be something that makes me go humm…… SF, the next time, we need the names on where the hell do this articles come from, this site is sliding down to be an bloody amatur dump.

But I am infact fascinated by the decline, and I am woundering why.
Armenia, huh.
Why not blame the usual suspects, like Santa Claus and his gang of helpers, or little green men, the Aboriginals, the Greenlanders.

peace

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