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Kazakhstan Has Fallen As Protesters Marched To Omadi
set the president’s home ablaze and are now involving the police, the military and possibly Russia’s military as Kazakhstan’s government has resigned now to me that’s very interesting how the mainstream media is going to cover the story because if you look at the highlighted article on Twitter, they talk about how Kazakhstan’s government’s resigning and there’s unprecedented unrest, but the idea they attributed to an energy price hike where yes they have skyrocketing fuel costs over there, but they’re really ignoring the other key contributing figures or factors to why there’s protests right now and also the offshoot that it’s causing cryptocurrency to just absolutely tank. You’re seeing bitcoin and ethereum lose significant value and it’s the idea because Kazakhstan to try to call the protests have caught all internet usage over there and they were one of the top bitcoin. mining countries where they’re out there mining bitcoin by verifying transactions because you see over there how Kazakhstan lost pretty much all their internet connectivity and they were responsible for 12 of the bitcoin hash, which in very oversimplification terms is they’re just bitcoins processing power to try to verify transactions. It’s causing the values to tank a bit and just more people get scared. So everybody’s offloading their currency, which is pretty scary now.
If You Want To Know What Happened On
the ground floor over there I did a video yesterday about the protests on the ground floor and I think I did a pretty good job. But the other portion of this is I have a lot of followers on this channel right now which gave a lot of good input where they say Dimitri talked about how yeah it’s because of the sudden rays of gas. prices but it’s also because of deteriorating economies, social and inequality and also corruption You had urine talking about yes. It’s because of the fuel prices, but it’s been building up day by day from other things, and also Ernest would talk about how he’s from Kazakhstan himself he’s currently in the Us. He says the rise in fuel prices were the catalyst.
But The Main Reason Was The Long-Term
problems large-scale corruption declining economy inequality dictatorship and this is the first time since their independence from the UsSr that they were able to protest on a nationwide scale before all the attempts were swiftly shut down forcibly and people were taken care of and interrogated. It’s getting out of control quickly, and there’s a lot of looting and robbing happening because the government is distracted. I just hope Russia or China does not intervene and it may have horrible. the country in general, so I want to give a great appreciation to all the people that give input in these stories on my channel because again I’m not a specialist in any of this stuff. I’m just a regular guy that just started noticing politics and just the decoy narrative and how bad the mainstream media is but just people like Dmitry Yerdin and Ernest where this is how we have a open dialogue about things because because this channel isn’t an echo chamber so I really appreciate those people saying those things.
Another Thing I Want To Highlight Is
you have cos tag one of the outlets where I believe some of the protest is over Coz tag because the the government wanted them to take down a story and Koztag said no so it was a thing of censorship and that’s why people are upset, but also. The other factor is the protesters are just they’re marching in the snow and you gotta compare this to like the Us where sad to say yeah We have a lot of protests but not in bad weather like if it’s raining or snowing Americans Just Don’t show up and I just think that you know you have other countries like New Zealand had everybody you doing Hakka to protest something you’re having over here in Kazakhstan their walk they’re marching through snow and just bad weather and yet Americans do we have the heart for that if we need to protest in the same way. I don’t know and also the idea that yesterday you had the protest, where it was just a lot of pushing and shoving it’s just nothing big was happening. But then you saw a video like this where I can’t play it here or cross post it on my twitter so everybody can be accredited for their findings but the idea that this is a car backing up opening up the trunk and giving out arms to the protesters and large amounts and it’s the thing of those aren’t cheap who’s funding this right now Who is giving these people the protesters something to go against their government. I’m very very curious because I saw this post from Battle Beagle and it’s it seems a bit like question marks, but I can verify steps one through three where they say the Csto is Russia’s version of Nato for the post-soviet Space.
Kazakhstan Is A Member Of Csto.
Russia’s largest security partner sharing the largest border with Russia and Asia. The 10th of January will be the U. s Russian summit. On putin’s ultimatum against Nato, the 5th of January suddenly out of random reasons.
A Three-Day Revolution In Kazakhstan Leads To The
resignation of the government, the surrender of the army and the seizing of strategic locations such as airports by civilians and they say yeah right if you can’t figure this out what this is about you have my you have my condolences where one through three didn’t know Csto looked it up. The Csto is a collective security treaty organization and so is that Russia, Kazakhstan, along with Belarus, Armenia and Tajik Tajikistan and I can’t pronounce that on the word i’m sorry, but they’re all in that same group and it seems to be something that’s rivaled with Nato, where Csto and Nato are the Russian and American equivalents of each other so one one through three always appear to be true and the idea they say. a three-day revolution and they talk about how the mainstream media covers it as a energy spike Pr the putt the spike in energy prices and the idea that suddenly they can take over the airport and they can see strategic locations and it’s just civilians mad about gas prices. I’m beginning to think there’s something more to this right now because if you look at the over here where you have um Nam bahar over on twitter talking about how they’re protesting out there and it’s some pretty shocking imagery where if you look at this this looks a bit like what happened in the us except you Don’t have fans dropping off several arms of the citizens. You’re having a very large military force being deployed where this is the same shape that I saw earlier in this video and see to the right where they have these.
In The Front And Then They
were throwing things. They were lobbing things over it with these guys of metal shields behind them that’s actually not the last one. You have the citizens all marching what looked to be peacefully, But then you saw them dropping off arms and then you see one of the guys actually has one of their shields and they just seem to be peacefully assembling you’re seeing the protesters on just some random truck versus the i believe this they says police but I know the military was deployed too. They called the state of emergency because everything’s getting destroyed you’re seeing other aerial shots of this and it’s very very it’s it’s a large-scale protest that’s happening right now you’re seeing this is from Al Jazeera English where they have the video of them marching and you can hear the things going off in. background and then you see them marching on what I believe is the president’s home from the DW You see this hello there they’re marching against the area so again looking at the mainstream media’s coverage or they talk about Oh! CnN says there’s emergency clear declared in Kazakhstan as fuel protests, rage and government resigns and again.
I Was Looking For Those Other Elements
that people were talking about but I couldn’t find that but what I could see is Tokayev who was a president. Says in a national television address on wednesday he will can take control of the country’s Security Council Council correct me if I’m wrong but would that be the equivalent of Donald Trump taking over the military or um president biden saying Okay now I’m in charge of the nation’s like security Council like I wonder what that means but that seems a bit. Bizarre if you look at reuters? They talk about how eight police and national guard troops were had perished and 317 were injured during the unrest in Kazakhstan, and if you look down here. This article is just laughably short, but if you look at the ap news or associated presses article talking about how they escalated in Kazakhstan. President’s home set ablaze if you read down here.
It Says Tokyo Said On State
television shortly before midnight that he has called on other countries in the collective security Treaty organization the CSto at an alliance of ex-soviet states including Russia for assistance and restoring order, but it was not clear what measure measures he had asked for so then you saw President press secretary Gen Sachi for Joe Biden had said Oh i’m dismissing the Russian claims that the U.s is behind Kazakhstan unrest which it makes no sense. us to be behind that over there? But then if you see over here from it says arm radio dot am public Radio Armenia how the Armenian president Prime Minister starts urgent consultations with the CSto and its Prime minister of Armenia, Nicole Pacinian and then you have the newsweek article saying that the Russian military alliance will send troops to Kazakhstan and if you read down here it says Pashinian. The Armenian Prime minister released a follow-up statement in which he cited the dangers threatening Kazakhstan’s, national security and sovereignty which have a reason as a result of external intervention where it’s like external intervention like what what’s happening that’s not inside the country. I don’t know and they say they announced that a decision has been made to send Csto collective peacekeeping forces to the Republic of Kazakhstan for a limited period of time for the country in.
To Stabilize And Normalize A Situation, So
are we possibly going to see Russian military forces inside Kazakhstan to quell the protest because you already knew that Russia was amassing troops near the Ukrainian border. This is from Cbs news, but this had been a thing that everybody’s reporting and if you look at the map right now Kazakhstan Ukraine. It could appear that Russia is possibly trying to expand their influence across the country, especially after that other article talking about how January 10th the Us and Russia is going to sit down for security talks because of the Ukrainian tensions and then i believe putin said something about the Us would not want to put sanctions against Russia over this so that is getting everything tense and it’s barely five days into 2022. It’s crazy, but also the idea that they talk about how the Bitcoin mining hash.
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Protesters set the president’s home ablaze and are now involving the police, the military and possibly Russia’s military as Kazakhstan’s government has resigned now . The mainstream media is going to cover the story, but they’re ignoring the other key contributing figures or factors to why there’s protests right now and also the offshoot that it’s causing cryptocurrency to just absolutely tank . You’re seeing bitcoin and ethereum lose significant value and it’s the idea because Kazakhstan to try to call the protests have caught all internet usage over there and they’re one of the top bitcoin.& mining countries where they’re out there mining bitcoin by verifying transactions because you see over there how Kazakhstan lost pretty much all their internet connectivity . The values to tank a bit and just more people get scared.& So everybody’s offloading their currency, which is pretty scary now. The other portion of this is I did a video about the protests on the ground floor over there I think I do a pretty good job of the protests…. Click here to read more and watch the full video