Moscow State University Professor: Because of the actions of the CSTO, the US authorities realized that it was no longer easy to apply the methodology of "color revolutions"

What happened in Kazakhstan showed that the CSTO, led by Russia, will not allow the West (the United States and the NATO bloc) to change power in the Tashkent Pact member countries by force. About this on January 15 on the air of the TV channel "Belarus 1" said Russian political scientist, professor of Moscow State University Andrey Manoilo.

The expert noted that the CSTO promptly sent a limited contingent to the specified Central Asian country at the request of the local leadership. The collective forces only took control of important (strategic) facilities, which made the work of the Kazakh security forces easier. The peacekeepers did not even enter into confrontation.

But this turned out to be enough for the rebels to scatter, throw down their weapons, try to break somewhere towards the border of Kazakhstan with neighboring countries, go to the mountains, where possible. Therefore, this whole effect was just there.

He pointed out.

After that, the United States unexpectedly realized that now it would not be as easy to use the methods of "color revolutions" in the CSTO member countries as it was before. Americans and Europeans will now have to take into account that the CSTO can interfere in what is happening at any moment. This is exactly what the Western "partners" did not like, because the CSTO has become an antidote to coup d'état, bringing order and stability.

And they were not furious, but confused. And those statements that were made by the Western political leaders that they demanded to give an explanation on what basis the CSTO appeared on the territory of Kazakhstan - this is hysteria

He summed up.
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  1. i232323b Offline i232323b
    i232323b (Igor) 15 January 2022 13: 50
    That's why many decided that the United States muddied it all? And how did they do it? How did they force the Cabinet to sign a decree on raising gas prices? And where, by the way, are these people who signed, approved, developed this decree? Retired quickly, and that's it? And what, how easily under the nose of the special services of Kazakhstan did the Americans turn all this so that no one noticed? Or is someone wishful thinking?
  2. Bekchan Offline Bekchan
    Bekchan (Bechan) 15 January 2022 15: 32
    The professor at Moscow State University was clearly too clever. It is now difficult to apply the technologies of “color revolutions” for another reason: everyone has already figured out how to deal with these technologies. The United States knows that there is no need to meddle with these technologies in Kazakhstan, which they understand even less than Ukraine. The events in Kazakhstan have nothing to do with the export of revolutions. These are internal breakdowns. Does the professor know?
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  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 15 January 2022 19: 42
    So many of these "revolutions" are just convenient arrows for translation.

    In the south smash shops? "color revolution" Old Man attributed 81% to himself? "color revolution". Nothing to eat in Venezuela? "color revolution". Has a new USAA ambassador arrived in Moscow? "color revolution"
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    1. Kim Rum Eun Offline Kim Rum Eun
      Kim Rum Eun (Kim Rum Yn) 16 January 2022 08: 27
      During the Soviet period, the capital of the Kazakh SSR was the city of Alma-Ata, located in the south of the republic, right on the border with Kyrgyzstan and not far from the border with China. Quite recently, the great Elbasy, without a clear explanation of the reasons, moved the capital of Kazakhstan much further north - to the city of Astana. This is a rather rare case in world practice - the transfer of the capital of the state.
      Why did he do it? - most likely, he was afraid for himself and his family, located so close to the foothills, on which the KNB of Kazakhstan trained various "bearded men". Now, when reports began to come in that terrorist bandits surrounded Alma-Ata, I personally wondered why they did not surround Astana?

      Conclusion: in Kazakhstan, since 1986, tribal and tribal clashes between different groups of this very young nation created by the Bolsheviks have been relatively clearly going on. As in December 1986, a strong north wind blew, cooling the hot Kazakh guys. But this is only for a while, and in the future Russian paratroopers will reassure the close descendants of nomadic shepherds and cattle breeders more than once in the future.
  6. i232323b Offline i232323b
    i232323b (Igor) 17 January 2022 14: 23
    A number of officials have been detained in Kazakhstan who are believed to be involved in rising prices for liquefied gas, which was the reason for large-scale protests. On Saturday, January 15, an investigative group of the Financial Monitoring Agency (AFM) of Kazakhstan detained the former Vice Minister of Energy Zhumabay Karagaev and several other people involved in the increase in prices for liquefied gas, which led to unrest in the country. This was reported by the press service of the AFM.

    Nazarbayev's two sons-in-law left the national energy companies.

    In addition, the state investment fund of Kazakhstan "Samruk-Kazina" on Saturday published a message on the early termination of the powers of the chairman of the board of JSC "KazTransOil" Dimash Dosanov and the chairman of the board of JSC "National Company QazaqGaz" Kairat Sharipbayev. According to the report, both leaders are leaving their posts since January 14, according to the submitted applications.

    The cleansings after the petty-bourgeois coup have already begun.