Kazakhstan: This is NOT a protest.

Unless this is quieted quickly their will be widespread ramifications (a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex and/or unwelcome) from this instigated terror campaign

Dozens of protesters killed and security forces decapitated as Russia-led troops fly in for ‘peacekeeping’ mission

Sky news has the quotes around the word peacekeeping, as would be expected from a 5 eyes media outlet. The CSTO sent about 2500 peacekeepers in and I suspect that’s what they are there to do. Keep the peace. Quell the terrorists, oops… protestors

“Two members of the security forces were decapitated and are among at least 18 who have died, authorities said.”

It takes a special kind of ‘protestor’ to decapitate a human being. Speculating, but, not without good reason or just cause-

I’m suspicious there are Uighur mercenaries present. And no that does not imply Turkish involvement.

The Uighurs came into eastern Syria alongside the PKK mercs and that Georgian Army Sergeant Tarkhan Tayumurazovich Batirashvili (Omar Shishani) who was leading ISIS. They all have a common benefactor in the US/UK war machine. As was documented at my censored blog.

Before you go all ‘bad Turkey’ on me. Please don’t waste my time with that simplistic ideology I’ll explain the reason, sensibly speaking, for the presence of Uighurs. Uighurs reside in Xinjiang.

5 eyes media has been workin’ a specific mind virus against China for some time now. Uighurs as victims of Chinese oppression. You’d have to have your head stuck up your @rse to be unaware of this!

Look at the map below:

What do you see? Kazakhstan. Cooperation with China on the Belt and Road initiative- running through Xinjiang. Geo politics at play.

Yesterday: My observations as follows: Kazakhstan sits right at Russia’s border. Relations are good. Western border with China. Relations are good as well. Belt and Road cooperation.

Now we should be on the same page. And should understand why it’s quite likely there are Uighur mercenaries employed in Kazakhstan. Their presence indicates a wider destablization campaign is at play. I’ve seen no reports that back my contention up it’s an opinion that makes sense for so many reasons. Take it or leave it?

Business Insider: China has accused militant Uighurs of being terrorists and inciting violence across the country since at least the early 2000s, as many Uighur separatists left China for places like Afghanistan and Syria to become fighters.

Two-week state of emergency

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has blamed foreign-trained “terrorist” gangs, and a Russia-led military alliance is sending troops in a “peacekeeping” mission.

Troops from the Collective Security Treaty Organisation – an alliance of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan – have been deployed

Reports indicate the “protestors” are probably still holding the airport

As a large group of protestors seized Almaty International Airport for Kazakhstan’s economic crisis and inflation, over 70 Asiana passengers and crew members that arrived at the airport on Wednesday (local time) were unable to leave the airport. There is a total of 77 Asiana passengers and crewmembers who arrived at the airport at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, including 29 South Korean passengers and eight South Korean crewmembers. The South Koreans stayed overnight in a waiting area within the airport before moving to a local hotel on Thursday.

According to Reuters, protestors seized the airport around 8 p.m. on Wednesday. As a result, the operation of the airport was suspended with all departing flights canceled and the Asiana passengers that arrived around that time were unable to go through the entry procedure and had to stay in the airport.

Additional reading:

Covers more then just Kazakhstan. Mentioning Ukraine as well. These two situations have inter connectivity.

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