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Kazakhstan Unrest & Europe’s Anti-Lockdown Protests: A Contrast in Reactions

Gavin O’Reilly

Over the past week, the Western corporate media, in lockstep, has focused on fuel protests in Kazakhstan – protests which, in the space of several days, have rapidly escalated into nationwide violence.

This violence has, so far, seen the deaths of 18 Kazakh security services members, including two who were decapitated, and the deployment of the Russian-led CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organisation) military alliance into the former Soviet state, at the request of Nur-Sultan, in a bid to quell the ongoing violence.

Leaving aside the sudden coordinated focus by the Western media on the Republic in central Asia, a region rarely covered by the BBC, CNN, Sky et al, being perhaps the most obvious clue so far to indicate a CIA-orchestrated colour revolution, as well as the sudden use of extreme violence by ‘protesters’, a tactic used by agent provocateurs in previous colour revolutions in Syria and Ukraine, the motivation for Western-backed regime change in Kazakhstan should be clear.

With a 7,000km border being shared between Kazakhstan and Russia, the largest land border between Russia and any other country, and the second-largest land border in the world after the United States and Canada, should Kazakhstan fall into political instability amidst the current violence, it would only be a matter of time before the after effects of such destabilisation began to spill over from the central Asian Republic into its larger northern neighbour – indeed, the use of regime change in Kazakhstan as a means to destabilise Moscow is outlined as such in a May 2020 document published by influential neoconservative think tank, the RAND corporation.

The current regime-change attempt in Kazakhstan also comes at the convenient time of increased tensions in Eastern Europe, with Russia being accused of planning an imminent invasion of neighbouring Ukraine.

At the same time, Belarusian President and key-Russian ally Alexander Lukashenko, himself the target of a Western-backed regime change attempt in August 2020, being accused of attempting to destabilise the European Union via a build-up of African and Middle Eastern migrants, many of whom are fleeing US-NATO led wars and regime change operations in the first place, on the Belarus-Poland border.

This timing suggests the goal of the current attempt at a Kazakh colour revolution is to stretch Russia’s resources along its Western and Southern borders.

A noticeable feature of the Western mainstream media’s reaction to the current violence in Kazakhstan however, and one which again strongly suggests external influences at play, is the contrast in their response to genuine human rights protests currently taking place closer to home.

Protests currently taking place in numerous European countries against mandatory vaccination and the current attempt at establishing a global corporate dictatorship, in line with the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset initiative, and which have so far drawn a brutal, repressive response from the governments of said countries.

On the 2nd of January, the same day as the current disturbances in Kazakhstan began, Dutch police used baton charges and attack dogs against participants of a prohibited anti-lockdown march in Amsterdam, less than seven weeks after police opened fire on anti-lockdown protesters in Rotterdam.

Two days later, similar scenes of violence erupted at anti-lockdown marches in Germany, protests which, in a similar vein to the Netherlands, were also prohibited under German law, and which saw the detainment and arrest of protesters by German police.

These demonstrations also came in the same week in which French President Emmanuel Macron made a clear attempt to divide French society amongst those who have chosen to take the COVID-19 vaccine and those who haven’t, with his vow to ‘piss off’ the latter group.

Despite this attempt to dehumanise an entire segment of the French population, and the violence employed by Dutch and German authorities against human rights protesters in their respective countries, there has been virtually no criticism of Macron, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte or German Chancellor Olaf Scholz by the corporate media in relation to the current protests against lockdown measures and mandatory vaccination taking place in Europe.

In stark contrast to their coverage of Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev’s vow to crack down on the agent provocateurs currently vying to impose a Maidan-style colour revolution on his country via the use of extreme violence, a media stance which amidst the current wider geopolitical context, will only serve to further increase tensions between Russia and the West.

Gavin O’Reilly is an Irish Republican activist from Dublin, Ireland, with a strong interest in the effects of British and US Imperialism; he was a writer for the American Herald Tribune from January 2018 up until their seizure by the FBI in 2021, with his work also appearing on The Duran, Al-Masdar, MintPress News, Global Research and SouthFront. He can be reached through Twitter and Facebook.

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Phil Hodge
Phil Hodge
Jan 15, 2022 4:22 AM

Soros failed revolution

Emily
Emily
Jan 16, 2022 3:47 AM
Reply to  Phil Hodge

Don’t forget the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – yes so called. They are probably up for renaming because peace is no longer desirable, only security – whatever that may mean.

Kazakhstan is not just about gas prices. A new 180 days price cap has been brought in also for electricity and water, plus cattle exports are temporarily suspended. The exports made beef so expensive that the locals could not buy their own beef any more.

Like in Venezuela 1989 ‘the reforms’ triggered the unrest. Chile’s unrest was also caused by ‘the reforms’ biting too deep.

Someone might ask Tony Blair if his million Dollar consultancy with Kazakhstan paved the way for ‘the reforms’, thus bringing instability to Kazakhstan, then Russia.

mariusmioc
mariusmioc
Jan 14, 2022 10:18 AM

Article full of speculation without proofs. Somebody in an office thousands miles away from Kazakhstan, who probabily was not able to show this country on a map before actual events, is making an analysis. How many western citizens were between those arrested by Kazakh police? Can you give some names?
There is a global war against people who are not obedient, and urests as this in Kazakhstan, independently of the reasons, are bad for the elite. Such examples of people who are NOT obedient are considered dangerous.

Tomoola Sitchin
Tomoola Sitchin
Jan 15, 2022 12:08 AM
Reply to  mariusmioc

So it wasn’t a western inspired and funded colour revolution. I have a rather large toll bridge going cheap and I would suggest that you will be interested.

Hamish Dawson
Hamish Dawson
Jan 15, 2022 2:05 AM
Reply to  mariusmioc

I think he probably did know where Kazakhstan was. Having such basic geographical knowledge is not a big deal and was the norm in less dumbed down times.

Emily
Emily
Jan 16, 2022 3:51 AM
Reply to  mariusmioc

It was about ‘the reforms’ after Tony Blair’s million Dollar consultancy. “The reforms” had to be counteracted by a 180 day cap on gasoline, water, electricity, gas, coupled with a ban on beef exports so the population could afford meat again.

With all the unrest everywhere, it was thought they might get away with squeezing Kazakhs.

Joe O No
Joe O No
Jan 13, 2022 11:52 PM

I’m curious as to how many of you “socialists” here have ever truly done without?
Without food?
Without shelter?
Without transportation?
Without clothing?
Without clean water?

Sure, you may feel as if you have little as compared the multimillionaires and billionaires.
But have you ever considered how much you truly have as compared to those with next to nothing?
Compared to those with next to nothing most of you are quite well-off.
Most of you are as greedy as those “capitalists” you often criticize.

As of 2021, roughly 710 million people remained in extreme poverty (or roughly 1 in 10 people worldwide).
That means living on less than $1.90/day.
Extreme poverty is defined by the UN as “a condition characterized by severe deprivation of basic human needs, including food, safe drinking water, sanitation facilities, health, shelter, education and information.”

How much of your time & money goes towards helping those with less?

Most Americans and the vast majority of Europeans are so friggin’ spoiled.
They already have way more than they know what to do with, and seldom make truly productive use of what they already have.
Lazier, fatter & dumber.

Small businesses are dying, with numbers dropping significantly.
And true progress & innovation are largely stagnant (as the largest “competing” corporations are largely owned by the same CARTEL of mega Investment firms & Banks, thus just selling different versions of the same mindless consumer crap).

More people have far more free government money (debt) to buy trinkets & gadgets.
But fewer are doing anything truly worthwhile or productive.

Consider this:
Millionaires only have 1/1000th what a billionaire has.
They are considered relatively poor.
The 1 percent have their own 1 percent problem.

Income share for the top 1 percent rose from roughly 15 percent to 22 percent, according to Thomas Piketty and Emmanuel Saez’s data. The income share of the top 0.1 percent rose from 6 percent to 11 percent, and the income share of the top 0.01 percent rose from 2.5 percent to about 5 percent.
Thus the top .01 percent has seen the most significant gains, doubling their share.

I ask, who is worse, the .01 percent that know their excess wealth and admit it?
Or the 99 percent of entitlement-minded over-privileged hypocrites whom refuse to admit how much more they have compared to those others below them?
But can only whine about “needing” more?
Whilst largely ignoring those that are truly doing without even basic necessities?

Emily
Emily
Jan 16, 2022 3:55 AM
Reply to  Joe O No

As long as people worship US economic policies (enacted through many organisations) the polarization will continue. When it’s reached breaking point something will break.

entitled2
entitled2
Jan 13, 2022 5:14 PM

Mockery and most dont even get it Lets see what BORAT says about the whole Kazakhstan Unrest affair,

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 13, 2022 8:16 AM

“Is the Party Over For Boris?” – Boris with his head in his hands. Boris as sacrificial goat to emphasise that the public must lock down as the rulers don’t!

GR-Watch
GR-Watch
Jan 13, 2022 5:32 AM

The controls put in place to “allegedly” fight the pandemic are a serious step to squash and quell mass protests against potential wars. Wars that would certainly be instigated by US/Western aggression.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Jan 13, 2022 5:40 AM
Reply to  GR-Watch

The Scamdemic ‘BIG LIE’ is a Crime Against WE THE PEOPLE (Humanity). The War Racketeer Corporate Fascist Eugenicist Oligarch Mobster Psychopath Nazis behind it need to be brought to account.”

John Goss
John Goss
Jan 12, 2022 9:22 PM

Thank you Gavin – a much-neglected topic. Of course, it wouldn’t be a show without Punch, and where there’s a colour revolution in the offing, Mr Colour-Revolution Man himself, George Soros, has got his wallet behind it. This a translation from a Russian website about the Soros Foundation Kazakhistan (founded 1995).

“A few months after Panfilov Street underwent transformation, becoming pedestrian, the first unauthorized rally took place on it on May 10, 2018, organized by the fugitive banker Mukhtar Ablyazov, who called for a rally on Panfilov Street.” (Yandex Translate)

The article charts the progress of Soros from “humble” beginnings as a lifeguard in a swimming-pool through speculative “insider” dealings on Wall Street and other biographical details – like having changed his name to Soros, from Shwartz, to cover up his family’s shady Nazi past.

https://kazpolit.org/ru/soros-kazakhstan#1

What is happening in Kazakhstan and Ukraine are, at the moment, events to keep an eye on but a bit of a diversion. Geopolitical concerns of the elite are taking a knock right now because they did not expect rebellion so early in their vaccine wars. Some major event could kick off any time. We are winning the vaccine wars. People are starting to wake up.

The lethal vaccine batch numbers are rearing their ugly heads.

https://johnplatinumgoss.com/2022/01/12/short-term-pfizer-murder-the-vaccine-lottery/

Thanks to Craig Paardekooper we know which batches are the most lethal – at least in the short term.

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 13, 2022 7:24 AM
Reply to  John Goss

Ah Soros! If he didn’t exist the Far Right would have had to invent him — perhaps they did?

Watt
Watt
Jan 13, 2022 2:26 PM
Reply to  John Goss

Hard core convincing, might even persuade a waverer! Cheers..

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 6:45 PM

It would be so wonderful if the French unvaxed pure bloods, en mass, pissed all over Macron. Thousands of them, until he was just the sodden stinking pathetic piece of piss he really is. Sorry to go off piste chaps.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jan 12, 2022 6:42 PM

We are told in our media that the protests were about a doubling of fuel prices and ‘inequality’. Understandable, but then our western democracies aren’t exactly shining beacons of egalitarianism and fuel prices, driven by ‘the market’, a subject to significant fluctuations — they rise rapidly and fall off, if they do fall off, slowly.

What is clear is that based on reports even in our (US) media that some elements took advantage of general discontent to try to stage a coup. This would not be surprising; we know that our western governments spend considerable resources ‘promoting democracy’ which all to often translates to ‘planning coups’. This has started to grate a bit since our own version of democracy is under significant threat (and may actually have already fallen and we’ve just not realized it yet). (…and don’t get me started about inequality in the US…)

Captain Spock
Captain Spock
Jan 12, 2022 5:35 PM

this is an excellent analysis which clarified a lot for me, and expands upon the US sponsorship of the unrest.

Junious Ricardo Stanton
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Jan 12, 2022 5:12 PM

Obviously there is an ongoing psy-op part of another Western backed “Color” Revolution” in Kazakhstan. The leadership of Kazakhstan have called upon Putin for assistance to put down the externally supported “crisis”. We are being psychologically prepped for war whether one is actually in the works or not, the oligarch’s goal is to keep us hyped and on edge like during the 1950’s and 60’s Cold War era.
The corporate media liars are still regurgitating the canard Russia annexed Crimea. This same media tells the masses the movement or deployment of Russian troops on their own soil is somehow a precursor to an invasion against the Ukraine. Meanwhile the US and NATO have trivialized Putin’s security proposals which at this point assures us the talks will prove to be a waste of time. There are members of the 1% who want global chaos and destabilization and we are seeing it play out now with the COVID scam, in Eastern Europe and the South China Sea.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 12, 2022 4:08 PM

Have you not heard of the 5 Eyes ( Really Six Eyes. Can you guess no. 6?)?

Also, could just as easily be a power move by Russia to take control of all the natural resources there to insure EU cannot secure natural gas without Russian approval.

At this point it should be obvious that the USA, UK, EU, Russia, and China all have the same Masters.

They are at war with all people.

Want to know who is in control, then find who you are not allowed to criticize.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 12, 2022 1:27 PM

So you’re saying this is a bigger story than partygate?…

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 6:47 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Ho,ho

SO-SO
SO-SO
Jan 12, 2022 12:40 PM

This violence has, so far, seen the deaths of 18 Kazakh security services members, including two who were decapitated

A classic western intelligence agency operation is the use of Beheading or Decapitated in a article or Knife welding sa planted media idea ‘OFF with your head’. Suffocation. Symbolism ( Death/grim reaper)

Lather, rinse, repeat



SO-SO
SO-SO
Jan 12, 2022 12:40 PM
Reply to  SO-SO
Angrycovisispsyop
Angrycovisispsyop
Jan 12, 2022 6:43 PM
Reply to  SO-SO

The lady with the shopping doesn’t seem to mind. She walked into a film set. And his blood bag hasn’t arrived yet, only his hands are very red. Amazing since he cut the juggler🤣🤣🤣🤣 psy op central

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jan 12, 2022 6:10 PM
Reply to  SO-SO

@00:50: a famous picture; anyone with open eyes can tell the two men are standing on two different level grounds, but no, they want us to believe they are floating in the air and have no legs.

Where does this compulsion to frighten people, thousands of miles away, out of their wits come from? Take all the trouble to manipulate images, publish them worldwide so that others get frightened, and perhaps ask for police state, take away liberties granted constitutionally, demonize countries to invade them then open up new markets? Why? Saturation of markets? Low rates of profit due to increased automation? A system that makes human societies predictible threatening to halt?

It must be a very strong driving force that possesses like a demon.

entitled2
entitled2
Jan 12, 2022 11:09 AM

To the Spotters out their,
Ever Since the U.K and certain E.U countries put the petrol price up during the last Psyop.
Have you noticed??? You no longer get the same mileage per tank.
In drug dealer terms they have cut the gear petrol (watered it down).

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Jan 12, 2022 6:31 PM
Reply to  entitled2

Its is probably a formulation issue related to emissions. I’ve noticed, for example, that my car delivers a fairly ‘meh’ consumption figure of about 24 mpg (9.8l / 100Km) but when I go on a longer trip out of state the consumption changes to 33 mpg (7.13l/100Km) and stays at that value after I return until I fill the car up locally again. (I live in California where we have this special high price formulation and the nearest state with standard fuel is Arizona.) I’ve noticed this change on several trips and its not related to driving habits.

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Jan 12, 2022 7:54 PM
Reply to  entitled2

It’s E10 my friend, I still get the same milage out of the premium fuel that I use. The extra ethanol in E10 gives worse milage.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 13, 2022 6:47 AM
Reply to  Bob the Hod

Running unmodified engines on the dilute stuff may damage engines.

Bob the Hod
Bob the Hod
Jan 13, 2022 9:13 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Indeed, my bombproof old 90s Toyota will probably be alright but I give her the good stuff that she deserves anyway. My other half had an interesting thought that part of the whole “fuel shortage” psyop was to sell off the old E5 unleaded double quick before the law changed and everything was switched to E10. I think she’s probably got a point. TPTB do love a good multi-pronged psyop, wrapping up hysteria, fear, social control and a quick profit it in a few strokes of the mainstream media pen. It’s pretty much their MO, as we know.

jimbojames
jimbojames
Jan 13, 2022 3:29 PM
Reply to  entitled2

holy crap, I’ve been worrying/wondering why my mileage has been dropping for the past year or so. Is there any truth to what you say?

hotrod31
hotrod31
Jan 12, 2022 9:32 AM

What an excellent observation of the way Western-democracies and their ‘intelligence’ sector work to wage war by deceit. Cui bono … you can be sure it is not the people of the Western-democracies, nor the majority of the target country earmarked for regime-change, it is always the multi-corps and oligarchs who reap whatever benefits there are to be had. There’s nothing ‘new’ about the brutal tactics – the examples of the past destructive ‘humanitarian conflicts’ waged by the regime-change tyrants are there for everyone to behold. When you come to think of it, Russia, China and possibly Iran are the few that haven’t been repeat-raped and re-plundered in the last few decades and the greedy bastards are not happy about their snake-oil sales tactics not working as per previous. The whole Ukraine/Khazakstan/China/Syria thing stand out like canine gonads. Western-democracies are going bankrupt and they need easy money, so … gimme, gimme, gimme, or else.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 12, 2022 10:20 AM
Reply to  hotrod31

“Russia, China and possibly Iran are the few that haven’t been repeat-raped and re-plundered in the last few decades and the greedy bastards are not happy”.

Russia was of course plundered in the 1990s; China acts as a reservoir of cheap labour, the conditions being so bad Western companies install suicide nets to stop workers jumping to their death; there just has to be mention of Iran’s nuclear programme to send the price of oil skyrocketing.

Richard Spence’s ‘Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution’ chronicles how much the Revolution was a plunder operation, most of Tsarist Russia’s assets ending up in American banks.

All those countries play their role in the current plunder operation – they justify the MIC to plunder Western populations and who owns the banks in those countries anyway?

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 12, 2022 2:27 PM
Reply to  Edwige

US troops were in Russia in 1918. Purely altruistic, of course.

dr death
dr death
Jan 12, 2022 3:18 PM
Reply to  Edwige

indeed… the tzar at the time, I believe was the richest man in the world… all disappeared of course..

somewhat like gadaffi’s gold pile and syria and iraq’s oil…

people tend to overlook the value of hard assets valued in the billions compared to notional paper wealth and worthless bonds in the trillions which of course is valueless except for members of the club who trade in it… this is why commodity markets of a few billion can pull down entire exchanges and as a corollary ‘nations’…

the west has been bankrupt for decades, the final straw being the repo markets in 2019…

the solution…well.. central bank dictatorships and corporate injectible tyranny…because all of mankind is the enemy now….(it always was of course)…

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jan 12, 2022 8:48 AM
NickM
NickM
Jan 12, 2022 8:34 AM

Escobar states that U$ $pooks are “totally freaking” out because the 45th Guard of the Russian Spetsnaz brigade has discovered that it was the United $tates that transported some of the ISIS head-choppers and jihadists involved in the Kazakhstan insurrection.

https://vk.com/pepeasia?w=wall578617852_11764

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 12, 2022 2:29 PM
Reply to  NickM

Also, who transported tattooed Nazis from Ukraine to add to the “demonstrator” violence in HK?

Peter Schmidt
Peter Schmidt
Jan 12, 2022 7:52 AM

Doctors and scientists urge caution in giving Covid jabs to ‘low risk’ children
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1547050/covid-vaccine-JCVI-omicron-delta-myocarditis#conversation-wrapper

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 6:49 AM

A doctor writes:

Coronavirus loses 90% of its ability to infect us within 20 minutes of becoming airborne – with most of the loss occurring within the first five minutes, the world’s first simulations of how the virus survives in exhaled air suggest.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jan/11/covid-loses-90-of-ability-to-infect-within-five-minutes-in-air-study

Parents are being warned to look out for signs of a non-Covid virus that is “rife” in the UK amid a surge in reports of children struggling to breathe.

The British Lung Foundation (BLF) said Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is staging a comeback this winter after lockdown last year meant there were fewer infections than would normally occur.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/jan/12/rsv-virus-infection-uk-rise-children-struggling-to-breathe

It gives me little pleasure to point out how some of us were right all along.

Edith
Edith
Jan 12, 2022 7:08 AM
Reply to  Orthus

And in among this is the new study out by the British health security service…covid 19 surveillance report week 42….seems they didn’t solve the problem of the damage to immune system and dead ferrets after all… old never find any evidence that they had which was one reason I was staying well away from the shit…and as the ferrets suffered they had to know exactly what was going to happen.

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 8:22 AM
Reply to  Edith

Ferrets? By gum lass, do tell us more.

BTW, it’s the UK Health Security Service. Used to be Public Health England, I wonder why the Scots and the Welsh have ignored this power grab?

Edith
Edith
Jan 12, 2022 10:15 AM
Reply to  Orthus

This way of creating supposed vax was tried out on ferrets years ago….many died…as their immune systems proved compromised as I understand it….so I have repeated asked how did they solve the ferret issue…no one ever told me how so I stayed well away from the great wonder drug…and it appears now they didn’t solve the ferret problem and now it is a people problem as well…

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 7:48 PM
Reply to  Edith

I heard of this when the pestilence was brewing- thanks to “conspiracy theorist” Alan Watt. The man seemed to know everything and his tireless research cost him his life. No one tells more of what’s going down now than he did years ago. His website is still up and the depth of knowledge and understanding there is unmatched anywhere.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Jan 13, 2022 4:11 AM
Reply to  Edith

Plus the species of wild mice generically altered which if you find footage, the person in doing a mini cov2 human test on the creature, to infect it.
You people probably have already discussed this.
What did surprise me was the number of accidental ‘nips’ through the rubber gloves that injures the laboratory assistant.
That person is considered potentially infected and temporarily suspended.
Blood samples are taken etc etc, anyway, I’am not a medical Doctor but.
Growing up I was always told what al’s you is in the blood.
Putting sticks up people’s noses, and swabbing people’s mouths yet NOT doing Blood Tests, for a so-called deadly pathegon WHO designated a Global Pandemic., I don’t understand.

Can someone please explain the hesidentcy of using available x-ray and blood testing facilities,
B) masks (aerosol), therefore airborne samplling the countless Millions of available Masks.
C) STILL after two years now this “omicron” what are medical science findings from the Mask “filters”, saturated with SARS?

Spit, Shit, Piss & blood come on, let’s have it YOU should have had it Day One, The ‘Virus’? Nothing..zero.
The Disease well, there is always diseases out there, a list of them.
“Covid” doesnt come close.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 12, 2022 10:24 AM
Reply to  Orthus

The ferrets that reportedly all died of autoimmune disease in early mrna-jab tests. They supposedly used ferrets because their immune system is similar to humans

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 10:17 AM
Reply to  Edith

Found the ferret reference along with the mink. There was also a vaccine for domestic cats against a feline coronavirus, when vaccinated cat met real coronovirus the virus won.

There was also a human vaccine against the original SARS outbreak but development was halted. According to Pharma this was because there was no money in it after the plague vanished. When Pharma admit to doing things only for the money I am deeply suspicious. Suspicious people suspect the vaccine was worse than the disease.

NickM
NickM
Jan 12, 2022 8:52 AM
Reply to  Orthus

Good to have a medical society (BLF) point out, even in this Age of Con-19, that Corona is not the only virus which causes flu and can lead to pneumonia.

“Doctor, I have a cold, what should I do?”

“You should wet your clothing and sit in a draft”

“Will that cure my cold?”

“No, but you will get pneumonia and we can usually cure that with antibiotics”.

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 6:42 AM

Leaked documents show Blair and his coterie sold their services to the Kazakhstani government for millions of pounds annually.

https://thediplomat.com/2016/04/details-of-tony-blairs-dealings-with-kazakhstan-leaked/

Davemass
Davemass
Jan 12, 2022 5:52 AM

As soon as Psaki denied the Russian accusation of meddling, you knew for sure it was true.
Both Russia and China are vulnerable.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 12, 2022 3:25 AM

“A recent Washington Post/University of Maryland poll found that 34 percent of Americans think violent action against the government can be justifiable. This view is held by 40 percent of Republicans and 23 percent of Democrats.

The rising support for violence against government is rooted in the growing (and justified) belief that the people’s liberties are being taken by a ruling class that is indifferent at best, and hostile at worst, to their values and concerns.

“The devastation wrought by the lockdowns, as well as the conflict over the promotion of masks, vaccines, critical race theory, and transgenderism, heighten these social tensions.
Another major contributor to the social unrest is the economy. Rising prices combined with supply shortages and the increasing national debt are all signs that we may be witnessing the final days of the Keynesian welfare-warfare state. Unless Congress immediately begins to cut spending and transition to a free-market monetary system, America will soon face a major economic crisis. The crisis will likely be caused by a collapse of the dollar’s value.”

[edited] and there’s more:

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/01/ron-paul/we-need-a-revolution/

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jan 12, 2022 4:15 AM
Reply to  Penelope

…I’m unclear *Why* this is in any way controversial… – It’s all *Right There* in the Warranty and the Owner’s Manual:…

…- *Explicitly*, per the Declaration of Independence:…

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, ***Deriving Their Just Powers From The Consent Of The Governed***, — That whenever any form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, ***It Is The Right Of The People To Alter Or To Abolish It, And To Institute New Government***, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. ***But When A Long Train Of Abuses And Usurpations, Pursuing Invariably The Same Object Evinces A Design To Reduce Them Under Absolute Despotism, It Is Their Right, It Is Their Duty, To Throw Off Such Government, And To Provide New Guards For Their Future Security***.”

(…***Emphases*** mine…)

…And *Implicitly*, per the Bill of Rights, 2nd Ammendment to the Constitution:…

“THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, ***In Order To Prevent Misconstruction Or Abuse Of Its Powers***, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution.



Amendment II

A well regulated Militia, ***Being Necessary To The Security Of A Free State***, the right of ***The People*** to keep and bear Arms, ***Shall Not Be Infringed***.”

(…***Emphases*** mine…)

…All right there in *Black And White*… – What am I *Missing* here?…

(…- Incidentally, for some *Extra-Added* WTF??!/ROFLMAO!!! Totalitarian-censorship-gone-batshit type flavour, just try following this link to the BoR on the *US .Gov Archives Website*:…

https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1408042

😉 )

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 12, 2022 4:56 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

of course you, Sgt Oddball, and others on this site know it– but I am THRILLED to find that in these oft-cited sheep days SO MANY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC RECOGNIZE IT!
(and are willing to affirm it to a pollster).

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 12, 2022 10:26 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Maybe this is why there’s been such a concentrated effort to trash Thomas Jefferson’s reputation?…

AlanG
AlanG
Jan 12, 2022 1:13 PM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

The National Archive site prefaces the display of the original Bill of Rights document with a message:
Potentially Harmful Content Alert
 😀 

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jan 12, 2022 10:13 PM
Reply to  AlanG

…- Ikr?!…

…The. Bill. Of. Rights… – Let *That* soak for a minute…

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 7:09 AM
Reply to  Penelope

I’m very wary of published opinion polls. Their major propaganda function is to contain and shape public discourse. That 34% feel violence against government can be justified really tells us nothing. Personally i’d like to see 60-70% feel such is justified. Though i know that if such a level of dis-enchantment with government did exist, the manipulators would harness it, deflect it outwards onto some foreign ‘enemy’ through orchestrated two-minute Hate Sessions, and we’re at war again…
I’ve just read Sean Ryan’s contribution. The Cartel has the world’s economy all under its control… Since the 1980’s Australia’s Social Security system has been under attack. We’re reduced to a mere ‘safety net’ (And for those on the dole in Australia, the dole is well below the Poverty Line.)… LewRockwell says we may be witnessing the final days of the Keynesian welfare-warfare state. Recommends government spending immediately be cut so we can transition to a “free-market” system. He clearly does not mean the break-up of the cartels, and definitely is not suggesting Defense spending be cut… Free-marketeers want every social and economic security provided by society to those at the bottom of the economic pyramid be stripped away… Free-marketeers and economic libertarians are a puzzle. They share the mindset of those in the US upper echelons who believed, still believe, the US could have crushed that Vietnamese Mosquito if the military didnt have one hand tied behind it’s back… In those last few lines by LewRockwell he reads like he’s rooting for The New World Order’s Great Reset

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jan 12, 2022 3:20 AM

…Interesting:…

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/revolutionary-alliances-driving-digital-inclusion-world-rakishev?trk=public_profile_article_view

…- Authored by Hunter Biden’s Kazakh bestie, Kenes Rakishev…

SEAN RYAN
SEAN RYAN
Jan 12, 2022 3:13 AM

Numerous sources are reporting that Kazakhstan protests began as LPG prices started experiencing significant increases.
It’s estimated by the government that some 70-90 percent of vehicles in the region run on LPG.
The price of LPG shot upward from 60 tenge ($0.14) to 120 tenge ($0.28) per liter in just days.

It all reportedly began with the phased transition to electronic trading for LPG that began in January 2019 and concluded on the first day of this year. The idea was to gradually end the subsidizing of prices for domestic fuel consumers and to allow the “market” to dictate prices instead (the term “market” here meaning some of the largest Big Oil giants, which in turn are largely owned by the CARTEL of largest Big asset Management firms & Big Banks).

Tengizchevroil is the country’s largest LPG producer.
Tengizchevroil is a joint venture between Chevron (50% share in the consortium), ExxonMobil (25% share), KazMunayGas (20% share) and LukArco (5% share). The joint venture was formed in April 1993, when the government of Kazakhstan granted exclusive 40-year rights to Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO) to develop the Tengiz and Korolevskoyeoil fields located in the north-eastern reaches of the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan.

The largest shareholders of BOTH Chevron (NYSE:cvx) and ExxonMobil (NYSE:xom) include:
Vanguard, BlackRock, State Street, the Capital Group, Fidelity, Bank of America, and other of the largest Big Asset Management firms & Big Banks, whom now exist as the largest shareholders of the largest “competing” corporations, in most every single industry.

This CARTEL of largest Big Asset Management firms & Big Banks also largely exist as the largest shareholders/investors of each other, in a highly-convoluted and complex schema of close cross-ownership.

For example – the largest shareholders of Bank of America (bac) include:
Vanguard, BlackRock, State Street, Fidelity, the Capital Group, Berkshire Hathaway (which is also one of the largest shareholders of Chevron), et al.

Similarly, the largest shareholders of BlackRock include:
Vanguard, State Street, Bank of America, the Capital Group, Fidelity, JP Morgan (which similarly exists as one of the largest shareholders of Chevron), Morgan Stanley, et al.

Consider this:
The more assets this CARTEL continues to amass & control, the greater international & domestic strife escalates, in numerous countries and across the globe.

GO FIGURE!

They essentially control near entire economies.
And as such, control the politics and governance of already numerous, and growing numbers of countries.

Data from above extracted from:
https://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-major.html?t=cvx
https://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-major.html?t=xom
https://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-major.html?t=blk
https://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-major.html?t=bac

This is how the corporato-socialist neo-feudal society is being constructed.
This is “socialism” (centrally-planned economy) as planned by the corporate neo-feudal Lords, whom are relegating the masses of “common” citizens across the globe as mere SERFS and/or PEASANTS.

IT IS TIME TO TAKE THIS CARTEL OF ELITIST RUN INVESTMENT FIRMS & BANKS DOWN!

drooze
drooze
Jan 12, 2022 4:56 AM
Reply to  SEAN RYAN

Corporato-socialist? The corporations are providing free health and free education to people? It’s centrally planned so it is socialism? Oh dear! Take a few sociology modules my friend. The filth you rail against are very happy you call it socialist!

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 6:18 AM
Reply to  SEAN RYAN

Except for the rant about “socialism” at the end, +100

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 6:36 AM
Reply to  les online

Indeed. The whole scamdemic relies on falsely labelling the other — oooh look, he doesn’t fancy being a lab rat he most be right wing, oooh, the the usual suspects have been caught with their fingers in the till, must be socialism — burn the heretics!

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 12, 2022 8:56 AM
Reply to  les online

Right, les! Illiterate-Populist USAmerican English seems to be re-defining the words ‘socialism’ and ‘communism’ to mean not what they’ve always meant, but any attempt at all, however limited, at intervention by elected governments in the raging gangsterism of the ‘free’ market; ‘free’ in this context meaning the interlocking mafia rackets of criminal big-biz/big-money cartels – the BlackGuards, as you might call them (definition: ‘A thoroughly unprincipled person; a scoundrel.’)

The Educated-Literate British English word for such ideas is ‘fascism’: corporations and states in Siamese-twin unity, with the corporate element firmly in control, and state government as a strictly-obedient, empty-ritual token remnant of what democracy is supposed to be; a bit like the current all-blue parliament in Paedominster, London.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 9:07 AM

I like the ‘blaggard’ spelling, too.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 9:46 AM

Sometimes i think it’s far to late to try to rescue the two words from all the ideological uses which they serve. The International Situationists wrote something like ‘it’s always those words most vital to theory upon which the biggest pile of shit is dumped, to which the worst distortions are made.’…
Both words had an original meaning, not as referring to a form of an economy. or who/how it was run, but the suppression of The Economy and its stranglehold over social life; the re-embedding economic activity into social life – not existing as An Economy we all worked for…
Both words have become mere weapons in an ideological battle. Most think they’re about ‘planning’ – as if organization and planning are not central to capitalism. Maybe that’s why they believe capitalism is really socialism, poor confused sods. Some even think that because a political party includes ‘socialism; in its self description, as in ‘National Socialist (Nazi) ” that’s proof the party was/is socialist…

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 10:20 AM
Reply to  les online

We can add ‘liberal’ to those words.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 8:12 PM
Reply to  les online

So find another word. Those blackguards will co-opt that, so just keep on changing. Everything is corruptible especially people. Factor that in your ideal state and it might stand a chance, but spare me utopia.

Milton Mundane
Milton Mundane
Jan 13, 2022 12:56 AM

re-defining the words ‘socialism’ and ‘communism’ to mean not what they’ve always meant

There is a fundamental flaw in this statement.
Whom exactly is the authority that is definitively defining these terms?
Show me 100 percent agreement of the constructs and ideologies of any system.
There were differences between and divergence amongst Marx & Engels.
Like there are between any two or more people, on any subject and/or ideology.

Plus, whenever you have any one person demanding absolute authority on any subject, that is authoritarianism and fascism.
So, what exactly, without any degree of divergence or difference, have “socialism” and “communism” always meant?

Too many people engage in way to many cognitive constraints.
They haphazardly throw terms like “socialism” and “communism” around, without recognizing the vast divergence of opinions of those terms.

NickM
NickM
Jan 12, 2022 9:02 AM
Reply to  les online

Socialism involves a centrally planned economy. So did National Socialism (NatSism). So does The Great Reset, a global economy centrally planned by the “mighty handful” of investment banks cited above.

All Men are Mortal; but not all Mortals are Men.

Orthus
Orthus
Jan 12, 2022 9:56 AM
Reply to  NickM

On the contrary, one simplistic definition of the difference between Communism and Socialism is that Socialism does not require a centrally planned economy.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 8:14 PM
Reply to  Orthus

But it always gets one.

Milton Mundane
Milton Mundane
Jan 13, 2022 1:00 AM
Reply to  Orthus

Please prove this.
Please use any relevant data to demonstrate this supposition.

In a “socialist” system, production is geared towards satisfying economic demands and human needs. Distribution of this output is based on individual contribution.

That cannot be done without central planning.
Please show me otherwise, with intelligent references & sources.

Le MicroMegas
Le MicroMegas
Jan 13, 2022 3:22 AM
Reply to  Orthus

“Socialism” by it’s very nature is a failed theory & system.

Marx and Engels gave general outlines of socialism, for example in the famous Communist Manifesto of 1848. A complete break with the bosses’ profit system, with poverty and inequality, was needed. As a consequence socialists had to demand common ownership of the means of production — the factories, workplaces and technology. A socialist society needed to be based on the planning of production, workers discussing and setting goals for how and what to produce.

Now consider that.
I don’t know a single country, nor society, nor even small group where all people can come together to agree on systematic designs, functions & operations.
I’ve worked closely with City Councils, Town Select Boards, Corporate Boards, and other decision making bodies, and have never seen all members of those groups come together.

In fact, most all typically experience significant membership changes over fairly short durations, as members cannot agree, thus members leave and new members join.
And there are always dominant figures in all those groups.
And wherever you have domination, you subsequently always have spite of that dominant figure.

I have known a lot of collectives, and all of those collectives have always eventually dissolved.
And there are always “leaders” of those supposed collectives.
So,there is never total equality.

But anyone that thinks it is possible to develop a system that is completely fair & equitable to everyone, and that every member of that system will find continued fairness and/or equity in that system for any duration, is insane.
It just cannot happen.

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 12, 2022 2:35 PM
Reply to  les online

+1

sean ryan
sean ryan
Jan 12, 2022 5:13 PM
Reply to  les online

Wasn’t a rant, was true.
And I’m generally a fan of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, whilst understand the numerous practical limitations in many of his ideas & theories.
But I’m also a fan of Adam Smith, again recognizing the limitations of his ideas & theories.

You need to understand that “socialism” is not one, narrowly defined system.
There are numerous forms of different types of “socialism”, including:
Anarchist, Christian democratic, Communist, Conservative, Democratic, Environmentalist, Fascist, Fundamentalist, Globalist, Green, Internationalist, Liberal, Libertarian, Nationalist, Populist, Progressive, Regionalist, Republican, Social democratic, Socialist, Syncretic, and more.

Each with often widely varying ideologies.

And that “capitalism” and “socialism” are often not dichotomously opposing ideologies/forces.
There are wealth hoarding billionaire “capitalists” in “communist” China.
There are wealth hoarding billionaire “capitalists” in “socialist” Russia.
There are wealth hoarding billionaire “capitalists” in “socialist” North Korea.
There are wealth hoarding billionaire “capitalists” in “socialist” Vietnam.
And so on…..
Just as there are in the “capitalist” U.S.

What you haphazardly call a “rant” was attempt at enlightenment.
An attempt to get people to dig deeper, to engage in more comprehensive and complex thought.
I can recognize there are numerous inherent flaws in both “capitalism” and “socialism”, “free markets” and “planned markets”.
Both can, and often do exist in harmony with one another (harmony here referring to the fact they work to support each other, but not the harmony of a general population or society).
I don’t limit myself to the constraints of mere “either/or” thinking.
There are perhaps limitless marks & possibilities between any two points.

One of the main tenets of most forms of “socialism” is a planned economy.
Problem is, that planning came come at the behest of any number of “planners”.
Including Elitist billionaires, or Bureaucrats, or any number of others.
Whom, as being tasked with control of such vast wealth & resources, can easily manipulate & construct systems for their primary benefit.
Many, if not most humans, possess a tendency for greed (I’ve personally seen far too many “socialists” whom call-out the excess wealth of those above them, but largely fail to recognize those below them, with much less. Let alone be willing to give up what they do have to those with next to nothing).

I ask, have you worked in the most often shady & greedy worlds of banking & investments?
Have you been witness to the backroom, secretive discussions that go on between Executives, Boards, large Investors & such?
As they develop plans to gain ever more wealth & control?

Humans are incredibly fallible creatures.
And even those with the best intentions can be easily corrupted.
Hence the words of Lord Acton to an Archbishop of the Church of England: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men…
Stressing that even “good” religious people can fall to corruption and/or abuse.

Even the best formed systems and plans, those designed to reduce or eliminate corruptions, can be manipulated, controlled & corrupted themselves.
The study of Philosophy is often the study of people that have sought to develop systems to overcome the incredible fallibility & flaws of humans.
Problem is, ANY SYSTEM CAN BE CORRUPTED.

I can only strongly suggest a LOT MORE reading, a LOT MORE consideration, and invitation for intelligent, reasonable, meaningful and civil dialogue before lodging any criticisms at others.

People need to be ware of calls for “socialism”, because that word “socialism” has become mere phraseology. It is useless without more complex & comprehensive discussion.
Have you ever read the works of Alexis de Tocqueville?
The last thing abandoned by a party is its phraseology, because among political parties, as elsewhere, the vulgar make the language, and the vulgar abandon more easily the ideas that have been instilled into it than the words that it has learnt.

Seriously, read a lot more.
And when you think you’ve read enough, read even more.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 12, 2022 2:00 AM

A few bits from The Warsaw Declaration:

“Powerful corporations, especially those operating in the digital industry, banking and pharmaceuticals have embarked upon a great reconstruction of the world, wreaking unprecedented destruction on the health, property and lives of billions of people.

“From Poland’s capital, which suffered the consequences of the two totalitarian systems of the 20th century, in the face of impending and unprecedented subjugation, we call all people of good will to unite and rise above divisions. 
Human life cannot be subjected to any ideology which jeopardises personal dignity, the truth and the natural law. 

“no person can be treated as a puppet to be manipulated or as a means to an end – the one desired by totalitarian ideologies. The dignity of a human being is also a source of fundamental, inalienable rights such as the right to self-defence, the right to freedom and to property, the right to the truth and to work…. Subsequently, on no account can human life become subordinate to limitations, manipulation and exploitation. It also needs to be stressed that the omnipresent deceit spread not only in the media, but also in scientific communities call for a return to the truth, understood as the conformity between cognition and reality. “

https://doctors4covidethics.org/warsaw-declaration-against-the-new-totalitarianism/

All over the world such people are fighting, and that’s why we shall win.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 2:17 AM
Reply to  Penelope

‘It is the sheer enormity of the The Lie that makes it so hard for people to disbelieve it.’

Hele
Hele
Jan 12, 2022 4:45 AM
Reply to  les online

Yes.yes.yes.it’s a big hurdle but once over it’s…wheeeeee! Your free.

Penelope
Penelope
Jan 12, 2022 4:59 AM
Reply to  les online

My goodness, where did you see lies in the Warsaw Declaration? They are affirming their determination to be free.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 6:08 AM
Reply to  Penelope

It is a paraphrase of something Dr Josef Goebbels said ? By June 2020 i’d concluded ‘covid’ was a lie. Everyone else’s mind had closed me out. The enormity of the lie made it impossible for them to doubt it. You reaction is understandable to my comment. I did not context it. However “It also needs to be stressed that the omnipresent deceit spread not only by the media, etc.,..”. is a lengthy paraphrase of my comment…
A couple of times these past few months have read ‘news’ about threats made by ‘antivaxxers’ against ‘medical staff’, and against ‘authorities’. Were they ‘signalling’ we were approaching the stage of the ‘covid’ campaign where authorities will openly label ‘antivaxxers’ terrorists ?

aspnaz
aspnaz
Jan 12, 2022 12:26 AM

It is difficult to imaging your average working man decapitating a member of the security services simply because his fuel bill doubled. Protesting, yes, decapitation is totally unbelievable. Definitely outside forces.

Fact Checker
Fact Checker
Jan 12, 2022 2:05 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Or just lurid, sensationalist fake news.

I, for one, just dismissed that report from the get-go.
Babies being bayoneted in incubators on the Lusitania.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 2:50 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

State Security forces protect The State, are part of The State. It’s a confusion to call them ‘security services’. Governments come and go. The State accommodates the governing party. In 1973 Australians witnessed State Security thumb its nose at the governing party, provoking a Government Ministers intervention into the State Security bureaucracy. State Security responded by going after the Government Minister. Governing parties must bow to State Security, not vice versa.

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jan 12, 2022 2:04 PM
Reply to  les online

👍According to historian Henri Guillemin, the first “security services” or “police” were created in France in 1789 by Lafayette; they were first called “bourgeoisie militia” – “milice bourgeoise” – but were quickly renamed “national guard” because “bourgeoisie militia” was too explicit, and revealed the purpose they were created for: to protect the interests of the class that is trying to get to power against not the aristocracy who were wealthy, but against the working class who were being used as a muscle by the bourgeoisie.

Anyone could join the “national guard” as long as they paid for their own uniform. The price of the uniform being out of range for the general public, this requirement made sure that all who joined the national guard were from the same class as those they intend to defend.

When we see what is going on in the streets today regarding police action, one can appreciate how fitting is the original name given to them.

Waldorf
Waldorf
Jan 12, 2022 3:20 PM

In the same period, British troops and perhaps also those of other countries had stoppages from their pay, to reimburse the cost of the uniform issued to them. As regular soldiers, the uniform had to be issued but it also had to be paid for.
In Britain, yeomanry, volunteers and militia units typically had similar restrictions to ensure that the “right” people were recruited. For example, the volunteer cavalry responsible for the Peterloo massacre were a good deal wealthier than the people they killed.

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jan 12, 2022 8:51 PM
Reply to  Waldorf

Yes, I can understand that. Better be among “good company”, same class; No one wants to be knifed while one’s back is turned.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 12, 2022 4:39 PM

Hmm, I seem to remember Ivan the Terrible had a Security Service called the Okhrana and Francis Walsingham was Queen Elizabeth’s 1st spy master and head of her Security services both from the mid to late 1500s !

The Coming Revolution
The Coming Revolution
Jan 12, 2022 5:34 PM
Reply to  Brianborou

Thanks for the remark. Maybe they were the first to be instituted in a republic, protecting The interests of a bourgeoisie in power, called today “capitalist class”, as opposed to protecting kings? A re-listen to Guillemin is in order.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Jan 12, 2022 3:19 AM
Reply to  aspnaz

Terrorists from 57 countries are in Syrian holding camps by international agreement, plus their families.
These nationals want to return home,

Jen
Jen
Jan 12, 2022 12:19 AM

One other fact Gavin O’Reilly could have mentioned is that Almaty is close to Kazakhstan’s borders with Kyrgyzstan (another Central Asian country subjected to Color Revolutions in the past) and with Xinjiang in China. There was potential for the protests in Almaty to spill over into Xinjiang and its towns and cities close to Kazakhstan, which in turn would have possibly disrupted Beijing’s Winter Olympics preparations and given Western nations an excuse to boycott those Olympics entirely on security grounds. Plus Almaty is not that far from Tadjikistan and northern Afghanistan.

It is odd indeed that the protests in Kazakhstan broke out in cities close to the country’s borders with neighbours which themselves might be targets for Color Revolution regime change.

I wonder where the people who beheaded the two police officers and who stormed and set fire to administrative buildings in Almaty (reminiscent of what “protesters” did in Dar’aa in Syria way back in 2011) originally came from.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 11, 2022 10:48 PM

Although I question his stance on the Scamdemic, Sakers analysis on The Russian Federation is in this case very good !

http://thesaker.is/who-lost-kazakhstan-and-to-whom/

antitermite
antitermite
Jan 12, 2022 4:32 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

I don’t bother with Saker, nor with MoA, anymore.
I’d hesitate to call them “opposition” but there is certainly indications they are controlled.

I’m guessing that Saker has rolled out another “5D Chess” theory.

I trust Oneworld.press, or even ZH(!) to give a more realistic view:
http://oneworld.press/?module=articles&action=view&id=2395

I read on one of those sites (forget which), that the colour-revolution mechanisms in place basically grew legs of their own because preconditions were met, and surprised their western handlers as much as anyone else.

If the shoe was on the other foot, ie US Forces deployed to prevent a neighbour from imploding, they would never ever leave – yet the Russians are already planning to move out.

Of course this sort of thing won’t happen in Canuckistan or Mexicana, because they don’t have NGO’s set up to destabilise them…

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 12, 2022 8:50 AM
Reply to  antitermite

In terms of the Scamdemic his views are definitely found wanting, however, he like Global Research and Off- Guardian have guest articles so his views on this particular topic are supported by others.

One of the people , who feature on Saker’ s site is Andrei Martyanov, who is an expert on Russian military and Naval matters, whose insights into the military and armaments of the Russian Federation are well worth reading. Have a listen to his take on the position in Kazakhstan.

http://thesaker.is/kazakhstan-and-russia-andrei-martyanov/

Aethelred
Aethelred
Jan 12, 2022 11:42 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

Saker is an operative. He has described himself as a Putin fanboy.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 12, 2022 4:26 PM
Reply to  Aethelred

Hmm, so is the majority of the Russian population. No surprise on that part considering what Russia was like under the drunken Anglo American empires buffoon!

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 12, 2022 9:21 AM
Reply to  Brianborou

It’s horribly obvious that Andrei at Saker, and Bernhard at Moon of Alabama, excellent commentators though they are on most things, have completely swallowed the covid scam, like a pair of utter mooncalves.

Two excellent examples of what Mattias Desmet means when he speaks of ‘mass psychosis formation’, which depends on the fact well known to any stage-hypnotist entertainer: that about thirty percent of any group of people will be particularly suggestible, and thus susceptible to a skilfully-graded line of subtle suggestions; Ericsonian hypnosis methods. With the further observation that fear-porn is an excellent stampeder of entire populations. https://britishhypnosisresearch.com/about-ericksonian-hypnotherapy/

Note that suggestibility doesn’t correlate at all with IQ. The brightest minds can be, just by mere genetic chance, deeply suggestible, even when they’re as intelligent and well-informed as Saker and Bernhard.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 12, 2022 9:23 AM

Typo: should have added a ‘k’: Ericksonian.

Brianborou
Brianborou
Jan 12, 2022 4:31 PM

Yes, I agree we both have commented on his site when he broached the Scamdemic.

Yes, I agree with you on the second point as I know from personal experience people who are very intelligent, very well educated who don’t realise they are being taken for mugs. By the same token I personally know people with very limited education, pretty mundane jobs who could see it was a load of bollocks from the off.

God does indeed work in mysterious ways !

DM:
DM:
Jan 13, 2022 2:52 AM

I did notice that you get to comment on the Saker and MoA. I was banned a long time ago.

Don’t think much of Bernhard’s “analysis” – usually resorting to the bleeding obvious. Banned there for criticizing his monetization of the Whiskey Bar. I do wonder though, what happened to that Billmon character. He was often off to Davos.

The Saker guy lost all credibility with his Covid stance. At the beginning, rolling out a number of blurbs from Russian bio-weapons experts to bolster the narrative, then making an utter arse of himself labeling several hundreds of his commentators as morons, idiots, for not running with the WEF covid scam. His analysis of geopolitics is therefore limited, as there will not be a replay of WW2.

My evidence-free opinion is that both Saker and Bernhard are paid-off limited hangouts.

Alcheminister
Alcheminister
Jan 11, 2022 10:34 PM

A contrast in reactions, right?

Okay, so let me explain morphology, as best I can currently (I’ve used a lot of “drugs”).

So if you have lots of sodium with some sugars and shit, and it’s stressed for oxygen, lactic acid.

“Sauerkraut”, for instance, bacteria propagate due to those conditions, etc. Cabbage itself, by “senescence” produce lactic acid bacterias and lactic acids, idiots think those resultant bacterias are causative, not quite recognizing the physics.

Now, imagine this, people often, when say…”exorcising” happen to produce lactic acid (from morphological results such as bacteria, from those people) in their bodies and as a result have oxygenation, cramping, etc sort of issues. Coz sodium excess.

Think about it. Sauerkraut, lots of sodium, oxygen stress = lactic acid bacteria. People exercising, typically have VERY biased sodium, chlorine vs potassium, magnesium balance, oxygen stress, lactic acid….

Coz people, often also use a shitload of sodium, because people are not quite people. And people are fermenting constantly.

I’m really stupid btw.

les online
les online
Jan 12, 2022 2:55 AM
Reply to  Alcheminister

Two days ago i took a level tspoon of bicarb-soda in a glass of water three times during the day. I did the same yesterday, and am doing it again today. I’ve had some chest congestion since technicians wired the building for 5g/NBN just before Christmas. My sleep has been disturbed too. The bi-carb can be purgative, i’m hoping it re-balances my pH.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 11, 2022 10:30 PM

The country’s strategic location may not be the only or even the main thing in play here:

https://www.edgekz.com/kazakhstan-poised-rare-earth-boom/

Blind Gill
Blind Gill
Jan 11, 2022 11:09 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Very interesting. Thanks for this.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jan 12, 2022 3:18 AM
Reply to  Edwige

…- That and *Uranium*…

(…- There’s a (artificially orchestrated) *Global Energy Crisis* on, don’tcherknow… – Partly due to ‘Green New Deal’/ESG climate scam moonbeamery, and them thar windmills and solar panels *Just Ain’t Gonna Cut It*…)

“Kazakhstan has 12% of the world’s uranium resources and is the world’s largest producer.”

https://world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Uranium-sector-monitors-evolving-Kazakh-situation

“Kazakhstan, which produces almost half of the world’s uranium, has been embroiled in a week of protests, with civilians rebelling against soaring fuel prices, corruption and economic disparities.”

https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/news-insights/latest-news-headlines/uranium-heavyweights-flirt-with-reopening-mothballed-mines-amid-kazakh-unrest-68319602

…- And not to mention Kazakhstan’s *VAST* oil and gas reserves… (EU, so far, says natural gas is ‘Green’ and the US/NATO war machine, at least, still runs, principally, on oil…)

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 12, 2022 10:19 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Oddb, there’s nothing ‘artificial’ about the steady, relentless screwing down of supply of the master-resource – energy.

Plenty of jiggery-pokery manipulating energy markets, sure. But the background reality is that our aggregate global demand for energy – the resource which makes all human activities possible – is steadily outstripping the inexorably, irreversibly shrinking realworld supply. It’s those famous, universally-derided, but still steadily-operating, Limits To Growth at work.

Hallucinating self-comfortingly that The Limits are all nonsense put about by the bunch of crooks in the Club of Rome – genuine crooks though they were – doesn’t make The Limits go away, not in the real world. The Meadows team weren’t crooks, but good scientists, and their famous study got it bullseye-dead-centre right. As subsequent checking has verified.

We can expect that the worldwide energy-famine will operate patchily in the nearer future. Russia and its satellites, such as Kazakhstan, will likely do OK for domestic supply, for a while; Europe and NAmerica, not so much; China/Japan: deep, deep shit; rest of the world: catch-as-catch-can.

And that’s just the nearish future. In the longer term, we’re ALL going to learn to make do with much less actually-available energy than we’ve ‘enjoyed’ during the grand idiot-splurge of the past couple of centuries. We have absolute-zero choice about this. The Limits To Growth are not mocked. There are no such things as ‘tri-lithium crystals’. Hyper-super-miraculous sci-fi techie-techie isn’t going to save our ludicrously-pampered lifestyles.

We’re destined to learn to live on solar-energy income, like it or not, once we’ve drained the ‘ancient sunlight’ stored reserves, both fossil-hydrocarbon and nuclear. Of these reserves, the sleg-crude sources (sweet, light, easy-get) are already past peak. And EROEI (qv) is working its remorseless rule on the rest. We of the Pampered Twenty Percent of the world’s humans are undodgeably destined to kiss our personal ‘two hundred energy slaves’ goodbye. Get used to it. Reality doesn’t give a tuppeny-damn about our cherished hallucinations.

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
Jan 12, 2022 8:46 PM

Well lets hope it does run out and they cant power their super vax zombie six g brain buster tech. Only the New Man will go into the New World. Have you seen Bill Cooper’s decoding of “2001”? I found it one of the most boring films ever. I didn’t know the symbolism, even then it would have been tedious- those masons are the biggest drag ever. It’s useful to know what they’re up to though.

Sgt Oddball
Sgt Oddball
Jan 12, 2022 11:33 PM

…I know the impending energy/resource crunch is something you’re frequently drawing attention to here, Rhisiart, and I don’t dispute it, in general terms… – Perhaps a distinction between mid(?)-term energy crisis and near-term energy crisis (to which I was referring) is in order…

…- The immediate energy crisis, stemming, supposedly, from the ongoing ‘supply chain crisis’ which has been blamed on Teh ‘Rona, is in fact no such thing… – It appears to have been largely engineered by the dumping of *VAST* quantities of freshly-printed monopoly money into the PonziCasino ‘economy’ of the well-connected, fuelling rampant and orchestrated speculation in the energy markets akin to that which occured in grain/cereal commodities ahead of the ‘Arab Spring’…

…This has gone hand in hand with .gov/.state maneuvers such as Biden’s jab mandate, ongoing/renewed lockdowns and restrictions across the west handicapping labour markets and the real economy at large, as well as suspicious ‘anomalies’ such as the apparently intractible container ship traffic jam in San Pedro bay off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach (together accounting for 40% of US import capacity)… – This last I say is suspicious because it has lingered at a little under 100 ships backed up *For Months* and word on the streets has it that it is being exacerbated by what appears to be a coordinated effort between port authorities and federal and state regulators, port/shipping company bosses, and union bosses to effect a kind of ‘work to rule’ over and beyond that imposed by Gov Nuisance’s already ridiculous ongoing Convid restrictions… This has incidently *Persistently* resisted, naturally enough, a farcically pantomimed federal ‘direct intervention’ by the White House and Buttigieg’s Department of Transportation…

…Again on the federal front you have the Biden admin’s *Chaotic* energy policy overall including de-licensing already built pipelines and new oil and gas field exploration and development *Across The Board*, and then you have other convenient curiosities like the Colonial POL pipeline ransomeware attack last May…

…We are often told that complex systems, of which the global supply chain is an example, are easily prone to failure… – This is potentially true, with a caveat that they must either be driven or otherwise depart from their nominal state of dynamic equilibrium… When they do, they tend to undergo ‘cascading’ failure, like a ripple effect spreading across the entire network… – This is manifestly not what we have seen over the last year or so, first with the general supply chain snafu, then (coincidently in time for the northern hemisphere winter) with energy production and supply… – Rather it looks like an orchestrated set-piece campaign, principally led by coordinated Bankster and .Gov interventions and manipulations of the relevant markets (as you noted) and their underlying *Real Economy* infrastructures, creating the very real impression that *Somebody* has deliberately put their foot on the garden hose…

…- Near term, this all strikes me as just more kerosene on the dumpster fire of the ongoing Convid-initiated ‘Crisis Kabuki’, presumably in order to prolong it as long practicably as possible… – Where this ties in with your point about the coming *Absolute* energy crisis, it appears to me to be part of a strategic realignment of narrative, beginning with the Convid scam itself, and hence global society at large towards the kind of world we all know the Davostanis have in store for us, per ‘Great Reset’, ‘Climate Catastrophe’, ‘Green New Deal’/ESG, ‘Stakeholder Crapitalism’ and so on, posited as the ‘Solution’ to the oncoming *Real* energy and resource crisis…

…- Of course it will be no solution at all, in fact, since it is merely intended to be an exercise in ‘crowd control’, *Writ-Large*, with the sole objectives of indefinitely prolonging *And Extending* Davostan’s pillage (an abject fantasy, but hey-ho) whilst conversely indefinitely forestalling and postponing the proverbial ‘Day of the Rope’ (also a fantasy)…

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 13, 2022 7:01 AM
Reply to  Sgt Oddball

Many who have assured salaries and medical leave will want to self-test and declare themselves ill at home.

Similarly, as long as the foreign exporters do not demand payment as soon as the ship reaches destination, the artificial jam of ships at the ports may continue.

DM:
DM:
Jan 13, 2022 8:56 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Salaried or not. Here in Sydney they have been queueing in their cars for up to 6 hours for a PCR test – hoping for a winning ticket. Then it’s easy street with Covid Payments. Even better now – they can use a RAT test (or not) and Self Report a positive case (no follow up PCR required). These scumbag pollies really know their bread and circuses.

DM:
DM:
Jan 13, 2022 8:38 AM

And I don’t give a tuppeny-damn about your cherished delusions either. The Limits To Growth exist in your limited Mindspace.

Hele
Hele
Jan 12, 2022 4:48 AM
Reply to  Edwige

as a teen I used to listen to the band Rare Earth..when we were free.