USA tries for colour revolution in Kazakhstan- results in cops being beheaded

The old peaceful protests being overtaken by terrorists trick, the hallmarks of a CIA operation. This one as was Belarus, was to destabilise Russias influence in the region. Hell, the US embassy were advertising the protests before they even occurred!!

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And that means they planned it? How is the US involved in these demonstrations except to release a news bulletin?

You expect these demonstrations to be held in secret?

A lot has happened overnight. The most remarkable development is that the CSTO is sending troops to Kazakhastan. That is fast, very VERY fast. And that proves that the Russians knew and were prepared.

Insightful comments from Dmitry Orlov below on all this. Some Kazakhs are not very happy with this outcome, in that the Russians have taken control of the situation. It just may stop the erosion of ethnic Russian rights re dual language ala Baltic/Ukie scenario (51% Russian spoken in Kaz). The saner Kazakhs probably see the picture and the need to stop the takfiris take-over. We ‘ll see how this plays out in the coming talks bw Russia and USA.

“What happened in KZ was a paramilitary attack meticulously organized but launched in haste by Western intelligence that had the goal of destroying the statehood of KZ. It was not an attempt to take it over (no time for that) but simply to destroy. The entire state structure was sufficiently rotten that the defense/security agencies couldn’t even pick sides and became demoralized and inactive, but once the Russians were called in to help they immediately knew which side would win and fell back in line. The West’s goal was to set KZ ablaze prior to the talks in Geneva in order to have a better negotiating position vis-à-vis Russia: “You want to divide spheres of influence? Well, we already did that for you—in Kazakhstan!” Keep in mind, the RU-KZ border is open, undefendable and almost 8000km long, running from Volgograd to Tomsk in Siberia, making KZ, as a failed state, a major headache for Russia. Obviously, Russia knew that KZ, rife with Western NGOs and accompanying corruption, and with a weakening economy, could easily be tipped over, and prepared for just this case. Now that the attack on KZ statehood has failed and a mop-up operation is in progress, this has given Russia a huge trump card for the Geneva talks. The West has played its cards and lost. There will be no more color revolutions in the post-Soviet space. Its operatives in KZ are being hunted down and eliminated. Those in positions of authority in KZ have learned the same lesson as Lukashenko: they cannot trust the West; they have to trust Moscow." organized but launched in haste by Western intelligence that had the goal of destroying the statehood of KZ. It was not an attempt to take it over (no time for that) but simply to destroy. The entire state structure was sufficiently rotten that the defense/security agencies couldn’t even pick sides and became demoralized and inactive, but once the Russians were called in to help they immediately knew which side would win and fell back in line. The West’s goal was to set KZ ablaze prior to the talks in Geneva in order to have a better negotiating position vis-à-vis Russia: “You want to divide spheres of influence? Well, we already did that for you—in Kazakhstan!” Keep in mind, the RU-KZ border is open, undefendable and almost 8000km long, running from Volgograd to Tomsk in Siberia, making KZ, as a failed state, a major headache for Russia. Obviously, Russia knew that KZ, rife with Western NGOs and accompanying corruption, and with a weakening economy, could easily be tipped over, and prepared for just this case. Now that the attack on KZ statehood has failed and a mop-up operation is in progress, this has given Russia a huge trump card for the Geneva talks. The West has played its cards and lost. There will be no more color revolutions in the post-Soviet space. Its operatives in KZ are being hunted down and eliminated. Those in positions of authority in KZ have learned the same lesson as Lukashenko: they cannot trust the West; they have to trust Moscow."

"Dmitry Orlov (Russian: Дми́трий Орло́в; born 1962) is a Russian-American engineer and writer on subjects related to “potential economic, ecological and political decline and collapse in the United States”,

So, he’s a “writer”. That’s everyone who can spell.

And an anarchist. Wrote a book titled 5 stages of collapse.

Anyway , it looks like it is game set and match to the CSTO forces in Kazakhstan. I hope these forces are extremely cautious when they enter the bio-lab facility in Almaty.
Now on to Geneva and the US/Russian talks. The Russian demands seem to be quite clear - get off our doorstep. Will the US listen? Probably not.
There are many places in the world where I am glad not to be. On the front line between the Donbass and 401 leads the list.

Interview about the US regime change head chopping islamists flooding into Kazakhstan