How Kazakhstan will repay Russia for helping to disperse "terrorists"


Over the past night, the situation in neighboring Kazakhstan has deteriorated sharply. The militants, or you can’t name them otherwise, seized weapons and started shooting in large cities. The presidential palace was captured and set on fire. Stores are robbed, women are raped. The bandits scoff at the captured Kazakh soldiers, beating them and leading them naked through the winter streets. Another "revolution of dignity" in all its glory. The question is, how exactly should Russia react to what is happening, and what will happen next?


Note that initially, the Kremlin clearly did not want to interfere in Kazakhstani events, hoping that the local authorities would deal with it themselves. It didn't work out. The load of accumulated socialeconomic the problems involved in tribal ties and traditions, clan corruption, banal greed and stupidity turned out to be too great. It turned out that one push, skillfully organized from the outside, was enough for this entire system of internal political structure that had been built for decades to collapse at once. Less than a week has passed since the beginning of the New Year 2022, when the monuments to the first president and "leader of the nation" Nursultan Nazarbayev began to be demolished in Kazakhstan. Who would have thought that this was possible?

In fact, smart people have long understood that something similar will happen across the entire periphery of Russia. Ukraine, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, now here is Kazakhstan. The goal of the collective West, led by the United States, is to surround Russia with a ring of hostile Russophobic regimes, against which Moscow will be forced to take away its already small forces and resources. And, despite the prospects, the Kremlin still hoped to do without direct interference in the elimination of the "gas Maidan".

The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov yesterday morning stated literally the following:

We are convinced that our Kazakh friends can independently solve their internal problems.

Failed. By the evening, the situation deteriorated rapidly, real street fighting began in cities with the use of small arms. President Tokayev made an appeal to the CSTO countries to provide military assistance in the fight against the terrorist threat coming from outside. And he received consent to this. The current chairman of the collective security council Nikol Pashinyan published the following message:

The CSTO Collective Security Council, in accordance with Article 4 of the Collective Security Treaty, decided to send the Collective Peacekeeping Forces of the CSTO to the Republic of Kazakhstan.

It is reported that fighters of the Russian and Belarusian Airborne Forces, as well as other countries of the CSTO, may be sent to Kazakhstan. At the same time, it is emphasized that the peacekeepers will be there on a temporary basis, until "stabilization and normalization of the situation in the country." The tasks of the Russian and Belarusian paratroopers do not include the conduct of hostilities against terrorists, bandits and pogromists, but only the protection of key infrastructure facilities and government bodies. It is assumed that this will free up the Kazakh security forces to pacify the attempted coup.

Sounds quite reasonable. However, judging by the statement of the Major General of the Air Force of Kazakhstan, the first Kazakh cosmonaut Toktar Aubakirov, they expect something different from our military:

How is it that I have to kill my brother? I can not. Let us then resort to the help of those with whom we have concluded an agreement. Always, in all cases, when it will be hard for me, you can help, please. We will help you. And this treaty is the CSTO.

In other words, the right to disperse mass protests by force and pacify the riots is given to the Russians and the Belarusians who joined them. And then what?

And then we will be asked to leave when "the situation is normalized." Here I would like to remind you of what public resonance was caused by the staging in a Kazakhstani kindergarten of a scene about the execution of a Kazakh student by Soviet soldiers. After our military has to fight with the Maidan militants (Who will ask them if they want to fight or not? They themselves will attack in order to provoke and force them to defend themselves.), New antiheroes will appear in modern Kazakhstan - “Russian soldiers who shot a peaceful protest”. After the Moors, who have done their job, have to retire, everything said and done will certainly be used against Russia.

Does this mean that Kazakhstan does not need help? Of course no. It is imperative to help, otherwise the consequences of the coming to power of the pro-Western opposition will be the most dire. This is, at best, the withdrawal of Kazakhstan from the CIS, the EAEU and the CSTO, the rupture of industrial ties, diplomatic relations, the harassment of the Russian-speaking minority, and at worst, the appearance in the southern underbelly of Russia of elements of an American dual-use missile defense system, from where the Tomahawks will target key military targets. -industrial infrastructure in the Urals, refusal to supply uranium for the domestic defense industry, etc. This cannot be allowed in any way. But then what remains?

We have already come to the conclusionthat Kazakhstan will have to make a fundamental choice, with Russia or against it. Arriving, the CSTO forces will have to stay there indefinitely in order to become the guarantor of a relapse into the Maidan. Kazakhstan itself will have to seriously reconsider its internal and external policies: close down American and Turkish NGOs, expel foreign biological laboratories from their territory, return the Cyrillic alphabet, guarantee the rights of the Russian-speaking minority and the state status of the Russian language, stop telling evil tales about the alleged "deliberate Holodomor", withdraw from the Turkic Council of "Sultan" Erdogan, etc. ... Nur-Sultan will have to take real steps towards unification with Russia and Belarus in a common Union State.

Without the fulfillment of these key positions, the “service of violent dispersal of the Kazakhstani Maidan” will still backfire on Russia itself.
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  1. tulip Offline tulip
    tulip 6 January 2022 11: 40
    -14
    The Kremlin will rip off their profits from Tokayev - you can be sure. And in geopolitics too)))
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 6 January 2022 11: 41
      +7
      How is it in Ukraine? Or how in Armenia? Or how in Belarus?
      1. tulip Offline tulip
        tulip 6 January 2022 11: 42
        -12
        Well, no one asked for anything on urkaine - the Yanuca stupidly ran away. Or do you have your own story, how it was there?))) But Russia still had the same Crimea. With Kazakhstan, they can do without alienating the regions, but with maximum concessions in domestic and foreign policy.
      2. sH, arK Offline sH, arK
        sH, arK 6 January 2022 13: 21
        +2
        I think that the only reasonable option is according to the Belarusian scenario. But there is a nuance: the Belarusians, like the Ukrainians, are a single, artificially divided nation. And the Kazakhs are divided according to the tribal principle, "zhuz". And then, with DUrkain, how it all turned out, there are too many of them and too expensive to feed them, given their habits and the principle "all ours is mine, and all that is yours is ours!"
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 6 January 2022 13: 53
          0
          Why feed them? Kazakhstan is the richest oil and gas country with uranium and a lot of everything. They are able to feed themselves.
          1. Miffer Offline Miffer
            Miffer (Sam Miffers) 6 January 2022 20: 51
            +2
            They are able to feed themselves.

            Since the herd rebelled, the bai still feed.
            Those below the belt.
    2. lelik613 Offline lelik613
      lelik613 (Sergei) 6 January 2022 11: 51
      -1
      This is unlikely ... They will give them a tea strainer at most.
      1. tulip Offline tulip
        tulip 6 January 2022 11: 58
        -1
        the skippers also still think that Russia has collapsed)))
    3. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 6 January 2022 18: 12
      -4
      rather, the new Elbasy will repay like a sultan to Putin for saving him during the coup, and now the Kremlin strategist is taking shit from Erdogan with a soldier's circle
      1. tulip Offline tulip
        tulip 6 January 2022 19: 00
        0
        yes, a bit too much Turkish shit died after the shooting down of our plane))) Only Ukrainians think that Turkey got off with tomatoes - smart people know that for just one pilot Turkey lost more than 100 Turkish special forces, who burned down without even understanding anything))) Erdogan is allowed what they allow him, remember boy and for every Russian death Erdogan pays with a hundred of his)
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  2. Pandiurin Offline Pandiurin
    Pandiurin (Pandiurin) 6 January 2022 11: 49
    +3
    The crisis is not only a problem, but also a window of opportunity. For the CSTO, it is an opportunity to prove itself, to show that it is not a virtual organization but a real collective instrument of security.
    Although the "task" for the first steps went to a very slippery one with possible complex development options. The positive thing is that collective help is happening.
    The mood of the "patient" is alarming, the Kazakhstani cosmonaut simply gave out all delusional expectations, according to Freud, in plain text.

    Patient to transplant:
    I ask for a transplant operation, I agree to your kidney.
    1. etsaaa ...NORTH - TO US, the rest - to hell!
      1. viktortarianik Offline viktortarianik
        viktortarianik (Victor) 6 January 2022 20: 37
        0
        At the expense of NORTH - it would be good. The rest - to hell, is that what you call the Americans?
        1. and them too, but in general - ALL !!! The whole planet!
      2. Orthodox Offline Orthodox
        Orthodox (Orthodox) 7 January 2022 07: 48
        +1
        no, wrong!
        Everything is for US!
        1. viktortarianik Offline viktortarianik
          viktortarianik (Victor) 7 January 2022 10: 32
          0
          Both the Orthodox and the Free Thinking Machine. I would love to have a toast with you.
          1. viktortarianik Offline viktortarianik
            viktortarianik (Victor) 7 January 2022 10: 39
            0
            Mistake for BOTH toast.
        2. it is necessary to leave a place for the Kazakhs to graze sheep!
    2. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 15: 55
      -13
      For the CSTO, it is an opportunity to prove itself, to show that it is not a virtual organization but a real collective instrument of security.

      How how? On what bridgehead, or on what theater of military operations? Kazakhstan, along with impoverished Kyrgyzstan, refused to send to the former SAR, even to the military police station.
      1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
        Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 17: 40
        +6
        How how? On what bridgehead, or on what theater of military operations? Kazakhstan, along with impoverished Kyrgyzstan, refused to send to the former SAR, even to the military police station.

        You may not know, but the SAR is not a member of the CSTO.
        What should Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan do there and on what grounds?
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 19: 07
          -15
          The former SAR is not in the CSTO. But no one forced these countries to take part in hostilities. Military police to maintain order. The United States in Vietnam attracted a South Korean Airborne Division, units from New Zealand, from Australia.
          1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
            Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 19: 41
            +6
            Former SAR

            Not the former, the real one, slowly collecting the temporarily occupied territories.

            not in the CSTO. But no one forced these countries to take part in hostilities

            I have not mastered your "flight of thought" ..
            What are you talking about? belay

            The United States in Vietnam attracted a South Korean Airborne Division, units from New Zealand, from Australia.

            All this heroic shobla ran ahead of the owners after the surrender of Saigon.
            The Vietnamese planted those who failed on young bamboo shoots.

            Not so long ago in Afghanistan the situation repeated itself.
            And again the owner left the satellites to their fate.
            The Taliban turned out to be more peaceful, allowing them to simply escape.
            1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
              gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 21: 09
              -15
              The former Syrian Arab Republic. Lost its statehood due to the flight of Syrians by hundreds of thousands abroad. Lost the most fruitful war territory, with natural resources. The power of the Alawite minority is kept at the expense of foreign military. The United States fled Vietnam with its mongrels in 1975. Just 14 years later. the OKSVA fled from Afghanistan. Moreover, he fled according to the terms dictated by Pakistan and the United States at the negotiations in Paris. Leaving hundreds of prisoners of war. And a couple of years later the USSR disappeared. The United States did not disappear after the raid from Vietnam and Afghanistan. The last to board the plane was the general - Lieutenant of the US Airborne Forces, with weapons in his hands, in full combat gear. Not a single captured American serviceman remained with the Taliban. There were enough Soviet deserters for 1979-1989, even two officers. One of them was Lieutenant Colonel Zayats. Former chief of intelligence of a motorized rifle division. .The story of the Taliban is just beginning. They are opposed by 201 Russian Armed Forces bases. Of the 9 thousand servicemen of which, 7 thousand were recruited from local. That still contingent.
              1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
                Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 21: 34
                +3
                The former SAR. Lost its statehood due to the flight of Syrians by hundreds of thousands abroad. Lost the most fruitful war territory, with natural resources. The power of the Alawite minority is kept at the expense of foreign military.

                Remind me who represents the SAR at the UN?

                The most fertile land remained with Assad.

                Have pity on the Kurds, who are thrown into the furnace by hundreds (for the sake of oil fields) by Turks and Americans.
                1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
                  gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 23: 47
                  -8
                  Representation in the UN is a formality. There are representatives of Armenni, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Tajikistan there. Fruitful area along the Euphrates River. Kurds live better than Russians, especially in Iraq and Turkey. The Kurdish refugees in Belarus are dressed better than zamkadniks. All in sturdy, high-quality shoes, in clean clothes with a needle. From the former SAR, the chief of military intelligence, a third of the officers, sergeants and privates, were scrambled. The sale of weapons and ammunition to the left in the remnants of the SAA required a tough intervention by the Russian military counterintelligence. The corruption of the Alawites is so great that the Assadists cannot mobilize. Young people of conscription age flee to the Turkish occupation zone from extortions and excesses of desert falcons, tigers, and other gangs.
  3. Chop off the Russian north, fence off the rest with a 5-meter reinforced concrete wall - and good ba, K-stan! This is our task! And to bring peacekeepers only to the north - the future territory of Russia!
    1. Orthodox Offline Orthodox
      Orthodox (Orthodox) 7 January 2022 07: 53
      0
      Not ! Take all the territory
      to be called the "Southern Federal District of Russia"!
    2. Lucky beggar Offline Lucky beggar
      Lucky beggar (Alexey) 7 January 2022 09: 41
      0
      Chop off the Russian north, fence off the rest with a 5-meter reinforced concrete wall

      why such difficulties. Just stick your head in the sand like an ostrich. And consider that you have no problems. And then spend another 5-meter reinforced concrete wall ... this is nonsense.
  4. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 6 January 2022 12: 18
    +1
    Changes in the position of the authorities of Kazakhstan after the suppression of the riot will largely depend on whether the new authorities will succumb to handouts in the pocket of the Americans, as was the case under Nazarbayev. Stuffing his pockets who pursued the policies dictated by the US and Turkey. If the pro-Turkish gangs and US non-profit organizations that buy power in the bud stand and drive out, then it will be calm further.
  5. alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 6 January 2022 12: 24
    -2
    Russia came for its own money ... The troops will remain nomadic forever. And the Kazakh Novorossia will not be needed. From the borders of Russia to Aktyube 150 km. And to Tselinograd is not very far. Karaganda Kustanai - mostly Russian-speaking ...
    1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 16: 00
      -14
      The National Fund of Kazakhstan has been kept in the USA for 10 years.

      Troops will migrate and remain forever

      The Ulyanovsk peacekeeping semi-brigade, flies into our not weak penny. Peacekeepers in the PMR (recruited from the locals). In the former SAR, ichtamnetts and cosmonauts get up in a couple of million dollars every day. Most of the Russian-speaking years 25 have left. Either economically unsuccessful, or large farmers (peasants) remained. in local jargon).
  6. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
    rotkiv04 (Victor) 6 January 2022 13: 20
    +1
    This is how Nazarbayev's Baevism ended, and Russia will become extreme, and this under-cosmonaut said it very clearly and openly, they just won't be allowed to guard strategic objects and will certainly be drawn into the conflict, why only Russian and Belarusian peacekeepers participate, unless they are the only members of the CSTO
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 6 January 2022 13: 54
      +1
      It seems like other countries will send it too. Probably 10-20 people to symbolically signify their participation.
      1. Netyn Offline Netyn
        Netyn (Netyn) 6 January 2022 16: 49
        +3
        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Probably 10-20 people to symbolically signify their participation.

        Oddly enough - the largest participants are Russia and Kyrgyzstan
        1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
          Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 18: 01
          +2
          Strange as it may seem, the largest participants are Russia and Kyrgyzstan.

          Russia and Belarus.
          The Kyrgyz parliament "did not shmog" to get together to approve the dispatch of troops.
          1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
            gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 23: 50
            -8
            If only it did not start in Belarus. Otherwise, the planes will have to be driven here and there. Burn resource. And the Ulyanovsk Il-76MD-90A are producing an order of magnitude less than they promised.
  7. Sergey Pedenko Offline Sergey Pedenko
    Sergey Pedenko (Sergey Pedenko) 6 January 2022 15: 23
    +2
    what am I afraid of? - half-dead, we answer calls, but we do not follow through and do not benefit))
    1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 6 January 2022 15: 42
      -3
      yes, you are right, there are too many tails left after the Kremlin leaders, but this itself does not know how to dissolve, and then these tails are constantly stepped on by "partners"
  8. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 January 2022 15: 43
    -7
    It turned out that one push, skillfully organized from the outside, was enough for this entire system of internal political structure that had been built for decades to collapse at once.

    Oh May Year !!! Obama raised the gas price? Or who is crap in Russian entrances nowadays? I did not expect this from the respected Marzhetsky.

    President Tokayev made an appeal to the CSTO countries to provide military assistance in the fight against the terrorist threat coming from outside.

    So this is what the CSTO is for, to fight its own people.

    Arriving, the CSTO forces will have to stay there indefinitely in order to become the guarantor of a relapse into the Maidan.

    Dadada occupation of Kazakhstan is what the Russian Federation needs now. Then I would advise the Russians of Kazakhstan to leave for their historical homeland. Otherwise, I'm afraid the Kazakhs' "gratitude" for the suppression of the protests will first of all be felt by them.
    1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 16: 01
      -4
      The gas price is just an excuse. The younger zhuz is striving for the budget.
      1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 January 2022 16: 17
        0
        Oh, and you love conspiracy theories. I think these are the reasons for a wagon and a small cart. Gas was the last straw. It is hard to believe that people go out to mass protests for the sake of getting the budget for the junior zhuzes.
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 19: 22
          -11
          The authorities of both countries elegantly bypass the legal issue of protecting Russian-speaking forces of Russian units sent to Kazakhstan to protect objects.
          1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
            Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 January 2022 21: 53
            -2
            Eco shoves you. There is no such legal issue. There are citizens of Kazakhstan. On what basis, some citizens of Kazakhstan should have more rights than others. Do you want to rally all Kazakhs against the Russians of Kazakhstan?
            1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
              gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 23: 52
              -4
              He did not send foreign military personnel to Kazakhstan. Those who dispatched took care of rallying. The patrols will have to march in platoons, not in triplets.
    2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 6 January 2022 16: 19
      +4
      Oh May Year !!! Obama raised the gas price? Or who is crap in Russian entrances nowadays? I did not expect this from the respected Marzhetsky.

      Didn't expect anything in particular? Did I write that Obama raised it? I kind of directly pointed out the greed and stupidity of local authorities and businesses.

      So this is what the CSTO is for, to fight its own people.

      That is why the United States did not hesitate to use its army to suppress riots of African Americans. bully

      Dadada occupation of Kazakhstan is what the Russian Federation needs now. Then I would advise the Russians of Kazakhstan to leave for their historical homeland. Otherwise, I'm afraid the Kazakhs' "gratitude" for the suppression of the protests will first of all be felt by them.

      Don't confuse occupation with military presence
      And the Russians have been leaving Kazakhstan for a long time, from where they are systematically squeezed out. I personally know many of those who left.
      1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 January 2022 17: 01
        -8
        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Didn't expect anything in particular? Did I write that Obama raised it? I kind of directly pointed out the greed and stupidity of local authorities and businesses.

        You wrote:

        It turned out that one push, skillfully organized from the outside, was enough for this entire system of internal political structure that had been built for decades to collapse at once.

        The impetus was the rise in gas prices. It turns out that the increase in gas prices is organized from outside. And this is a fierce conspiracy theories. China is more likely to be involved in this increase, but you had something else in mind.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        That is why the United States did not hesitate to use its army to suppress riots of African Americans.

        Oh May Year !!! Were NATO forces involved there? Did not know. Excuse me, what is the US National Guard for?

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Don't confuse occupation with military presence

        It is not surprising to get confused here. In Russia, it is believed that the Soviet army was present in Poland for 45 years, and in Poland it is believed that it occupied. As in the Czech Republic, and in Slovakia, and in Romania, and in Germany, and in Bulgaria, and in Hungary, and in the Baltic States. They say the truth, history teaches nothing.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        And the Russians have been leaving Kazakhstan for a long time, from where they are systematically squeezed out. I personally know many of those who left.

        Everything is still light there. Do you want what would have happened in the more southern republics of Central Asia and in Chechnya?
        1. gorskova.ir Offline gorskova.ir
          gorskova.ir (Irina Gorskova) 6 January 2022 17: 10
          -2
          Excuse me, why shouldn't the USSR stay in those countries that it liberated with the lives of its soldiers? And what do you mean by Chechnya? There reason won out. And they rebuilt the defeated republic. And they live well. They develop a national culture, and not a shitty rainbow-colored sex ...
          1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
            Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 January 2022 17: 21
            -4
            Quote: gorskova.ir
            Excuse me, why shouldn't the USSR stay in those countries that it liberated with the lives of its soldiers?

            I don’t argue. Only then one should not be surprised at the attitude of the citizens of these countries towards Russia and the fact that at the first opportunity they rushed back into NATO.

            Quote: gorskova.ir
            And what do you mean by Chechnya? There reason won out. And they rebuilt the defeated republic. And they live well. They develop a national culture, and not a shitty rainbow-colored sex ...

            The loot won there. They poured money into the problem, but did not solve it. They live well, but Russians no longer live there, many Russians from Chechnya do not live at all. There was a genocide of Russians, a real one without fools ... I don't know how reasonable it is. You know better. And the national culture will still show itself.
            1. isofat Offline isofat
              isofat (isofat) 6 January 2022 22: 53
              +3
              Oleg Rambover, there the mind won, Irina is absolutely right. Do you hope that nationalism will still show itself? smile

              As for the attitude towards Russia, you are unconvincing. Russophobia did not grow out of nowhere, a lot of money and time wasted on its cultivation, but what about the result? There is, of course, but this Russophobia must be constantly fed, otherwise there is no way. What you are doing is trying to distort the real causes of Russophobia.
  9. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
    gunnerminer (gunner miner) 6 January 2022 15: 53
    -6
    What are the conclusions for the Russian authorities from the Kazakhstani businesslessness! There will be no payment by loyalty.
  10. SHAH Offline SHAH
    SHAH 6 January 2022 15: 56
    0
    In order to resist the West, the authorities need to have support within the country, and the authorities do everything to make the peoples hate them, bring the people to an explosion with their greed, theft, and lawlessness.
  11. Igor Pavlovich Offline Igor Pavlovich
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 6 January 2022 16: 06
    -12
    ... women are raped. The bandits scoff at the captured Kazakh soldiers, beating them and leading them naked along the winter streets ...

    - Marzhetsky has another fountain of Kremlin propaganda. Well, or a photo - a video in the studio.
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        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 6 January 2022 16: 24
          +1
          I quoted the words of President Tokayev, the head of Kazakhstan.
          If this source is not authoritative for you, refute it if you can.
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  12. Netyn Offline Netyn
    Netyn (Netyn) 6 January 2022 16: 55
    +1
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    directly pointed out the greed and stupidity of local authorities and business

    Oops-whether local?
    The country's largest LPG producer, Tengizchevroil, is owned by American Chevron (50%), ExxonMobil (25%).
    Yesterday, very promptly, Mr. Blinken held consultations with the leadership of the UAE in Kazakhstan, given that the Kazakh elites keep their savings in the UAE - the passivity of the Kazakh security forces is understandable
  13. Netyn Offline Netyn
    Netyn (Netyn) 6 January 2022 16: 56
    +1
    Quote: Igor Pavlovich
    Well, or a photo - a video in the studio.

    Photos / videos are more than enough at the moment
  14. gorskova.ir Offline gorskova.ir
    gorskova.ir (Irina Gorskova) 6 January 2022 17: 05
    0
    "Asking for an exit"? Yes, the CSTO fighters, having completed their mission, will leave themselves. We are not babysitters for everyone. And what they will choose themselves: whether the Ukrkruzhavchiks - having lost their chintz. Or something more reasonable, for them to decide. But it’s not over yet. Not all of our exes are broken yet. And not everyone is still on their knees in front of the "floyds".
  15. Andrey Savichev Offline Andrey Savichev
    Andrey Savichev (Andrey Savichev) 6 January 2022 17: 24
    +3
    If the Kazakhstani security forces, called upon to restore order in Kazakhstan, are not ready for this, then let them submit resignation reports. Russian and other CSTO peacekeepers must act strictly within the framework prescribed for them by the relevant CSTO articles. On the other hand, after all, they can become an obstacle to unbelted armed young men. If this does not restrain those in aggressive actions, then let them get it in the ears. After all, Russia has ultrasonic and infrasonic weapons. There are laser weapons. Here you can also test their effectiveness in dispersing armed bandits.
    1. Marciz Offline Marciz
      Marciz (Stas) 6 January 2022 18: 53
      -3
      Here life shows that the "siloviki" are essentially parasites in peacetime, ripping off taxes on their maintenance from ordinary people, and in the military escaping first, in short, lazy and greedy devils in life !!!!
  16. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 6 January 2022 17: 30
    +2
    The Americans are still in Germany, although Berlin was taken over by the USSR. Why don't the CSTO troops stay in Kazakhstan for 50 years? And the Kyrgyz, I think, will behave in Kazakhstan like the GDR in Czechoslovakia.
  17. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 18: 08
    +6
    My personal wish to any security officials that are now in Alma-Ata.
    Find there a clown named Vorsobin and kick him well ...
    Then the first flight back home, preferably in the cargo hold.
    It is impossible to listen to the crap that he broadcasts from the "scene".

    PS At one time, he openly drowned for the Belarusian maydauns.
    Can show the crusts of the KP correspondent.
  18. Marciz Offline Marciz
    Marciz (Stas) 6 January 2022 18: 50
    -9
    In short, the Kremlin passed one of the CSTO countries !!! Well, try to do this Russia with one of the NATO countries, your guts are too thin !? Now he will ask Tokayev, at the request of his "partners", not to disperse the terrorists, but to sit down with them at the negotiating table, and then we know from the example of Ukraine !!!
    1. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
      Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 19: 49
      +7
      In short, the Kremlin passed one of the CSTO countries !!! Well, try to do this Russia with one of the NATO countries, your guts are too thin !? Now he will ask Tokayev, at the request of his "partners", not to disperse the terrorists, but to sit down with them at the negotiating table, and then we know from the example of Ukraine !!!

      Your two-day-old training manuals are very outdated. laughing

      Coming to earn extra money with rotten material is a sign of galling unprofessionalism. smile
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  19. sapper2 Offline sapper2
    sapper2 (Minesweeper2) 6 January 2022 19: 28
    -2
    The consequences of the CSTO's intervention are unpredictable ..... Tokayev unwittingly played a "Russian card" .... To transfer hatred from internal opponents to external ones - Russia is a matter of technology. So we all ended up in a zugzwang position ... Any of our actions worsen the situation ... But the decision has been made
  20. Red sun Offline Red sun
    Red sun (solerosso) 6 January 2022 20: 19
    0
    And what? Did the Kazakh authorities invite them as mercenaries? Then the trouble ... Or is it within the framework of the CSTO treaty.?
  21. u-58 Offline u-58
    u-58 (U-58) 6 January 2022 20: 30
    -3
    Does Kazakhstan know what it owes Russia? Something the author was dreaming about ..
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 January 2022 12: 49
      -1
      So we inform him.
  22. Miffer Offline Miffer
    Miffer (Sam Miffers) 6 January 2022 20: 55
    -2
    How Kazakhstan will repay Russia for helping to disperse "terrorists"

    If the word "terrorists" is in quotation marks, then they are not.
    Title:
    How Kazakhstan will repay Russia for helping to disperse the rebels
  23. NatiKoshka_87 Offline NatiKoshka_87
    NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 6 January 2022 22: 13
    -6
    Strong ink build-up.

    Bandits, militants, terrorists ... big words, and nothing more. So you can call anyone who is in a state of rage and anger, and somehow armed, resists and rebuffs the cut off power. For so it is beneficial for someone to call someone in order to protect themselves loved ones.

    Where are women being raped? Were such facts?

    Why should Kazakhstan return the Cyrillic alphabet? This is his sovereign right to what the state language should be in the country, how and to whom to speak it, why and why.

    Why should Kazakhstan return the Russian language status to the state language? Is Kazakhstan Russia? Why does this also not apply to other countries, for example?

    Shouldn't the Russian-speaking minority learn the language of the country in which they live, for example, in the same Kazakhstan? And when they are asked to speak the language of the country in which they live, but they do not want to, they are offended and declare infringement. What is this and what is it called? Why, then, in Russia, other non-Russian-speaking peoples and migrants are required to know the Russian language, just as they demand to study and speak it? They, too, are minorities according to the same logic, they have the right to speak their own language and not learn Russian. Or does the arrow not turn?

    From the whole text it follows in short that from Kazakhstan, through the help of the OKDB and suppressing the "rebellion", they want to make Russia 2.0 with its current policy.

    How long has Kazakhstan become Russia as well as its lands belong to Russia? Here is an example of this nonsense.


    In short, who will be blamed for everything that happens in Kazakhstan today? Although why ask, you don't even need to ask. And it's so clear. They will say by default - the EU / US are to blame and because. Everything happens in Kazakhstan only with their hands. And as if it could not and could not be otherwise.

    This is also an example for Russian citizens who are unhappy with the current Russian life and politics and so on. They were shown clearly, using the example of Kazakhstan, what would happen to them if they kicked up with displeasure. And it doesn't matter if they are right in this case or not. They just smear it and that's it. Only in the case of Russia, no one will help as well as send troops to smear. She can handle it herself, and quickly. It is not just that the National Guard is so bloated and numerous.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 January 2022 08: 41
      +1
      Did everyone say that?
      The best policy for Russia is calculated using a fairly simple formula: listen to what the anti-Soviet liberals are saying and do exactly the opposite. hi
  24. Kiril123 Offline Kiril123
    Kiril123 (Kiril) 6 January 2022 23: 08
    +2
    As long as the Anglo-Saxons exist, Russia will not rest, it is necessary to cut off the head of the snake. It is necessary to arrange riots on their territory, or wipe them off the face of the earth and peace and tranquility will reign on the earth.
  25. Eugene Ivanov Offline Eugene Ivanov
    Eugene Ivanov (Evgeny Ivanov) 6 January 2022 23: 37
    +3
    How will he kill a BROTHER? Well, take this "brother" and take him to the Emirates with him somewhere. Where, if anything, your co-religionists will warm up your fat tail.
  26. Kostya Shalaev Offline Kostya Shalaev
    Kostya Shalaev (Kostya Shalaev) 7 January 2022 00: 14
    -3
    When the Russians refuse to shoot at the Russians in some Tula, then they will pay back.
    1. S WITH Offline S WITH
      S WITH (N S) 7 January 2022 01: 06
      -1
      for these purposes, they will hire Kadyrov's Chechens, who still consider the Russians to be invaders, but they won't even be enough for Moscow, and even more so for the whole of the Russian Federation
  27. S WITH Offline S WITH
    S WITH (N S) 7 January 2022 01: 03
    0
    it is definitely necessary to displace these babays, so that later they will not be asked back
  28. Joker62 Offline Joker62
    Joker62 (Ivan) 7 January 2022 02: 15
    -1
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Why feed them? Kazakhstan is the richest oil and gas country with uranium and a lot of everything. They are able to feed themselves.

    The richest country, you say?
    And why the devil, these "Kazakhs" stick to Russia to work in order to feed their family and themselves ???
    So speak about yourself, not for the Kazakhs.
    1. Miffer Offline Miffer
      Miffer (Sam Miffers) 7 January 2022 04: 40
      +1
      And what the devil, these "Kazakhs" stick to Russia to earn money,

      Actually, I personally have not met Kazakhs in Russia on the job.
      I met ethnic Russians from Kazakhstan, who left ethnic Kazakhs with their clannishness and tribal ties.
  29. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 January 2022 08: 42
    0
    Quote: Joker62
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Why feed them? Kazakhstan is the richest oil and gas country with uranium and a lot of everything. They are able to feed themselves.

    The richest country, you say?
    And why the devil, these "Kazakhs" stick to Russia to work in order to feed their family and themselves ???
    So speak about yourself, not for the Kazakhs.

    So Russia is the richest country, actually. It's just that the people have been robbed by their own "elites".
    I live in the border region of the Russian Federation with Kazakhstan. I have not seen a single Kazakh farm laborer in 40 years of his life.
    But I see expensive foreign cars with Kazakhstani license plates, on which neighbors come to shop in expensive stores. I see shops with food products of Kazakhstani production.
    I also see Russians who themselves are leaving Northern Kazakhstan, where they have become uncomfortable.
    But I haven't seen a single Kazakh worker.
  30. Joker62 Offline Joker62
    Joker62 (Ivan) 7 January 2022 11: 26
    0
    Quote: Miffer
    And what the devil, these "Kazakhs" stick to Russia to earn money,

    Actually, I personally have not met Kazakhs in Russia on the job.
    I met ethnic Russians from Kazakhstan, who left ethnic Kazakhs with their clannishness and tribal ties.

    It’s bad that you don’t know how to distinguish from local Asians with newcomers ....
    We, here, in N-sk, are full of such oglamons ... And what is characteristic of them is arrogance, shamelessness and outright rudeness. And as hard workers - it depends on what, and so, hack ...
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 January 2022 12: 47
      -2
      Nonsense. We have enough guest workers, but all of them are from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. From Kazakhstan, no.
  31. Joker62 Offline Joker62
    Joker62 (Ivan) 7 January 2022 11: 27
    -1
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Quote: Joker62
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Why feed them? Kazakhstan is the richest oil and gas country with uranium and a lot of everything. They are able to feed themselves.

    The richest country, you say?
    And why the devil, these "Kazakhs" stick to Russia to work in order to feed their family and themselves ???
    So speak about yourself, not for the Kazakhs.

    So Russia is the richest country, actually. It's just that the people have been robbed by their own "elites".
    I live in the border region of the Russian Federation with Kazakhstan. I have not seen a single Kazakh farm laborer in 40 years of his life.
    But I see expensive foreign cars with Kazakhstani license plates, on which neighbors come to shop in expensive stores. I see shops with food products of Kazakhstani production.
    I also see Russians who themselves are leaving Northern Kazakhstan, where they have become uncomfortable.
    But I haven't seen a single Kazakh worker.

    Open your eyes wider, then you will see a Kazakh farm laborer.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 7 January 2022 12: 48
      -1
      Have we already switched to you?
  32. Nikolay Kozlov Offline Nikolay Kozlov
    Nikolay Kozlov (Nikolay Kozlov) 7 January 2022 16: 17
    0
    One of the Central Asian tricks, to shake off the heat with someone else's hands, how to understand it: "
    How is it that I have to kill my brother? I can not. Let us then resort to the help of those with whom we have concluded an agreement. Always, in all cases, when it will be difficult for me, you will help, please. We will help you. And this treaty is the CSTO. "So, in defense of his life, he cannot kill his brother, but his brother can kill him? And so he asks his neighbor to come and kill his brother, and later he reserves the right to point out I’m not against help, as Russia may be the next in this chain, but remember my words, except Belarus, no one will help us, the whole Central Asia is on the right her younger brothers were only engaged in begging for money from the elder brother of Russia, and even after the collapse of the USSR, they could not break the habit of this habit, because, being alone with reality, these post-Soviet republics could only successfully do what was to ruin it everything that was left to them after the USSR.
  33. gorskova.ir Offline gorskova.ir
    gorskova.ir (Irina Gorskova) 7 January 2022 17: 37
    +1
    What is happening in Kazakhstan .... The fluttering on the part of Psaki, Borrel ... This speaks of the correctness and strong position of Russia. I like. How will they be repaid? Author, and what can those who are against the rioters and snipers shooting in the backs pay for their country and their people? Normal relationships and interactions against external threats. Or .... I hope that sobriety will prevail.
  34. NikolayN Offline NikolayN
    NikolayN (Nikolai) 7 January 2022 19: 37
    0
    In short, they entered the wrong place. The issue must be fundamentally resolved. Loose your girdle!
  35. sapper2 Offline sapper2
    sapper2 (Minesweeper2) 19 January 2022 06: 23
    0
    All assumptions without a sufficient quantity and quality of facts are fortune-telling on coffee grounds .... Do not believe predictors, politicians and the media .... NEVER ...