Ongoing violence in Kazakhstan since January 2 didn’t erupt spontaneously over high fuel prices or anything else going on internally.
The pattern is familiar, notably since what played out in Serbia over two decades ago.
The Clinton crime family balkanized the former Yugoslavia before raping and destroying it.
Then colonizing it, Yugoslav market socialism was eliminated.
Predatory free-market harshness replaced it.
Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic was targeted for elimination.
Slow-motion assassination followed.
Denouncing what happened to the country, Nobel laureate Harold Pinter called US-led bombing and dismemberment of Yugoslavia “barbaric (and despicable), another blatant and brutal assertion of US power using NATO as its missile (to consolidate) American domination of Europe.”
For 78 days from March to June 1999, around 600 aircraft flew about 3,000 sorties.
Thousands of tons of ordnance were dropped, as well as hundreds of ground-launched cruise missiles.
Up to then, its ferocity was unprecedented.
US-led terror-bombing continued until NATO ran out of targets.
The former Yugoslavia no longer exists.
US-dominated NATO targeted numerous other nations by hot and/or other means, especially after Soviet Russia’s dissolution in 1991.
With no end of it in prospect, is Kazakhstan on the Biden regime’s target list for regime change?
Are US other means in play against its government?
In the 1990s, RAND Corporation strategists developed the concept of “swarming.”
It was based on “communication patterns and movement of” bees and other insects which they applied to events.
In 2020 and early 2021, months of made-in-the-USA street protests erupted in Belarus during the run-up to and after longtime President Alexander Lukashenko’s landslide reelection.
Long since put down with no need for outside help, they could erupt again at a time and phony pretext of hegemon USA’s choosing.
What’s going on in Kazakhstan is similar to US-led intervention in Belaraus but more violent.
In 2003, Georgia’s bloodless made-in-the-USA Rose Revolution replaced Edouard Shevardnadze with Mikhail Saakashvili, a thuggish US-installed stooge.
Bush/Cheney’s 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine was short-lived.
The Obama/Biden regime’s Maidan coup violently accomplished what fell short years earlier.
In contrast to what succeeded, US color revolution attempts in Iran, Myanmar and Tibet failed.
In the late 1990s, RAND Corporation researchers John Arquilla and David Ronfeldt developed the concept of conflict by “swarming.”
At the time, they said it might “emerge as a definitive doctrine that will encompass and enliven both cyberwar and netwar (in waging) information-age conflict(s).”
They called “swarming” a way to strike from all directions, both “close-in as well as from stand-off positions.”
Effectiveness depends on deploying small units able to interconnect using revolutionary communication technology.
Tactics could be nonviolent or the other way around like what’s ongoing in Kazakhstan.
It’s highly likely that US dirty hands are behind days violence in Kazakhstan’s cities.
In response to Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokaev call for helo, peacekeepers from Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) countries are on their way.
Russian ones already arrived and took up positions.
Order is likely to be at least largely restored in a matter of days.
On Friday Tokayev’s press service said that “counterterror(ism) operation(s)” began.
Ignoring what CIA and other US dark forces likely planned, orchestrated and directed from behind the scenes, the White House and State Department called for “restraint.”
Biden regime press secretary Psaki dubiously said that hooligans she called protesters should be allowed to “express themselves peacefully (sic).”
There’s been nothing peaceful about storming buildings, setting them ablaze, and days of state terror.
Ignoring a likely Biden regime attempted coup, spokesman for pro-Western UN head Antonio Guterres issued a typical weak-kneed statement on his behalf — calling on all parties to “exercise restraint, refrain from violence and promote dialogue (sic).”
Involvement of Russia and other CSTO member states are proceeding according to the rule of law — polar opposite how US-dominated operates on the world stage.