Kazakhstan Leader Orders Security Forces To ‘Kill Without Warning’ To Quell Unrest

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CNN:- Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has ordered security forces to “kill without warning” to crush the violent protests that have paralyzed the former Soviet republic and reportedly left dozens dead.

In a defiant public address Friday, Tokayev said the unrest that began earlier this week as protests against rising fuel prices had been masterminded by well-trained “terrorist bandits” from both inside and outside the country.

Kazakh state media reported Friday that 18 security personnel and 26 “armed criminals” had been killed in violent protests. More than 3,000 people have been detained.

Tokayev said the situation had “stabilized” in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, and that the “introduction of a state of emergency is yielding results.”

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“But terrorists continue to damage state and private property and use weapons against citizens,” he said. “I gave the order to law enforcement agencies and the army to open fire to kill without warning.”

(Read more at:-  https://edition.cnn.com/2022/01/07/asia/kazakhstan-kassym-jomart-tokayev-address-intl/index.html)

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7 COMMENTS

  1. @prober: The entity behind the terrorists in Kazakhstan has over 800 military bases around the globe to enforce “democracy” on non-compliant governments. That same entity is also behind the great vaccine scam perpetrated against our “rocky island banana” state (we are not a republic; our government still swears allegiance to a foreign monarch with a pedophile son – Randy Andy; instead of being righteous stewards of the affairs of St. Lucian citizens)

  2. What CNN is not telling you (via their lies of omission) is that the original spark for the protests (fomented by western NGOs) was a hike in LPG prices. Those prices hikes have long been reversed, and the Kazakh citizens have gone back to their daily peaceful lives.

    Under cover of the original protests, ISIS (or whatever name they haven’t called themselves yet) jihadis (Uighurs [wee-gers] from Western China, plied with Captagon, an anphetamine replacement), hired by western intelligence agencies, have sought to establish a caliphate in Kazakhstan, under cover of civil unrest, much like their failed attempt in Syria.

    The president of Kazakhstan reacted quickly (so that things did not approximate the level of Syria), by calling in the CSTO for help in squashing this foreign invasion. This foiled the plan for UN peacekeepers (which would have included thousands of US & UK forces) to be deployed to Kazakhstan, under the guise of protecting western interests there (viz., Chevron). This strategy had worked in Syria where US & UK forces took over the oil fields and wheat fields in an attempt to cripple the Assad government, and have yet to leave. The CSTO forces are already in Kazakhstan (a rapid deployment that took just one day), and have orders to kill the foreign jihadis on sight, including the western snipers that have been killing local Kazakh police and military personnel to give the false impression that these killings were the result of civil unrest.

    Note that this foreign invasion was was meant to improve the hand of the US & NATO at the upcoming meetings with Russia, next week, starting on the 10th. Russia has demanded that NATO’s eastern expansion be stopped and rolled back to pre-1998 boundaries. They will politely listen to the US & NATO representatives, but have stated that if their demands are not met in very short order, they will take military-technical measures to enforce their legitimate demands. This is not a bluff. This is a redux of the Cuban missile crisis, where the former Soviet Union forced the US to remove nuclear weapons from Turkey, by emplacing nuclear weapons in Cuba, right at Washington’s doorstep.

  3. Lets focus on our own rocky island banana republic … let them people deal with there shit, St. Lucia shit is just behind the fan blade

  4. An additional source of information from the CSTO can be found by searching for the “The Saker” article, titled, “Sitrep: Summary of Briefing from Colonel General Andrey Serdyukov, commander of the CSTO grouping in Kazakhstan”. Just plug the words & the quotation marks that enclose them into your favorite search engine.

  5. You can also get a more contextual view of the situation by searching for the “Strategic Culture Foundation” article, titled, “Kazakh Chaos on Cue Ahead of Crunch Russia-U.S. Security Negotiations”

  6. The CNN headline was quite risible but predictable, underlining the desperation & frustration by the chief color revolution promoter, that the US$10billion used to hire jihadi head-choppers for a terrorist campaign in Kazakhstan did not achieve its desired outcome!

    Looking past the propaganda from western media, one can get a more realistic and deeper view of the Kazakh situation from Alex Mercouris. Do an internet search for the “Alex Mercouris Youtube channel.” His latest in-depth video discussion, titled “Xi Jinping Calls Kazakh Pres Tokayev, Hints at US Interference, Backs Russia, Pledges Support,” will disabuse you of the lies emanating from western stenographers, masquerading as journalists.

  7. These countries are still in a way ruled by Russia thats why the leader can call a shot like that. Its a way to tell the people they are peasants under his rule

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