Russia Defeats the Khazarian Mafia in Kazakhstan

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Myanmar: Aung San Suu Ky Gets 4 More Years in Prison

Kazakhstan: Russian Troops Sent to Restore Order

JANUARY 11, 2022

NY Times: In Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi Sentenced to 4 More Years

NY Times: Russian Troops Will Stay to Finish Job in Kazakhstan, Putin Says


Although the nations of Myanmar (fka Burma) and Kazakhstan are geographically situated 2,500 miles apart and have little in common, the two stories featured above are actually closely linked because they both serve to confirm another prescient forecast which Q made 4 years ago — specifically, that the “Storm” and its associated weakening of the New World Order would be a “worldwide” phenomenon.

How exactly do these two separate events — both of which represent welcome news — fit into that reality? Advanced students of New World Order criminal studies should be able to figure it out without being told. Go ahead and take a few minutes before continuing. What exactly is the connection?

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What is the common thread between recent events on Myanmar and Kazakstan?

The answer? It’s quite simple, really. Both of these events confirm that the “storm” is indeed occurring “worldwide.” It’s very clear now that the Globalists no longer have anywhere near the “muscle” they once had. To use a sports analogy, team NWO is now like the Pittsburgh Steelers football team of the early 1980s — still formidable, yet in decline and playing at nowhere near the level of dominance of the 1970s glory days of four Super Bowl championships. Consider the following:

* MyanmarandAung San Suu Kyi

As recently as five years ago, could an untouchable Globalist Golden Gal (a Nobel Peace Prize winner no less!) like the sainted Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi be continually  humiliated like this without the Myanmar military (which ousted and arrested her for voter fraud nearly one year ago) having to pay a dear price in the court of “world opinion?” Hell no! But now, the “White Hats” of Myanmar are having their way in meting out long overdue justice to this skinny bitch who may, when all is said and done, end up with a total of 60 years for her numerous crimes. And no one, not Soros nor Deep State Amnesty International, nor Sulzberger’s Slimes, nor the United Nations can save their long-cultivated asset from dying in prison.

The Scum International love giving each other all kinds of awards for “human rights”  and “peace”   and “democracy — 1. Aung San Suu Kyi honored by Mad Maddie Halfbright and John McStain // 3. Drunken John Boehner, Drunken Nancy, Killary & Mitch the Corpse McConnell pay homage to the Bitch of Burma.

As thick as thieves with Obongo, Killary, the Frumpy Frau and George Soros

From her days as a “dissident” to her “democratic” rise to State Counselor, the international Pinko Press has been puffing-up this nasty sainted harridan for more than 30 years …. but now, no one can save her.

Not only was the failed “spontaneous” coup attempt in Kazakstan the weakest “Color Revolution” ever staged by the Globalists and their henchmen, but the fact that the arrival of Russian troops to help restore order in the former Soviet republic came, with scarcely a peep of protest from the sanctimonious swine of the suddenly impotent “international community” , is astonishing to behold. Compare and contrast this to the hysterical and menacing wall-to-wall, 24/7, “flood-the-zone” response to Russia’s justifiable self-defensive actions in Georgia (2008) and Crimea (2014) and there can be no doubt that the Rothschild-Soros Mafia has been quietly de-balled.

* It’s quite possible that Putin and the White Hats may have even staged or induced this pathetic coup attempt as a means to consolidating their authoritative protection over Kazakhstan.

China’s recent cleaning out of the CIA assets in Hong Kong — the resiliency of Belarus boss Alexander Lukashenko — and Donald Trump‘s total takeover of a re-balled Republican Party also offer us more evidence of this unmistakable power shift.

No doubt about it, boys and girls. The “storm” — exactly as Q said it would be — is a worldwide phenomenon. Only the advance winds and heavy rains have hit so far. The really nasty stuff is yet to come. Stay tuned.


1. Russians go to protect the massive and resource-rich nation of Kazakhstan — and there’s not a darn thing the Globalists can do to stop them. // 2. From the pits of Hell, Putin-hater Zbig Brzezinski is surely lamenting the “loss” of Central Asia. From his pre-9/11 book (which hinted at a coming “Pearl Harbor” type event!) : “How America ‘manages’ Eurasia is critical. A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world’s three most advanced and economically productive regions.  (p.31)


“A glance at the map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almost automatically entail Africa’s subordination, rendering the Western Hemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world’s central continent. About 75 per cent of the world’s people live in Eurasia, and most of the world’s physical wealth is there as well, both in its enterprises and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for about three-fourths of the world’s known energy resources.” (p.31)


7 Jan, 2022 21:09HomeRussia & FSU

Why did Russia-led military bloc intervene in Kazakhstan?

Five CSTO allies sent peacekeeping forces at Nur-Sultan’s request as it deals with mass unrest

Why did Russia-led military bloc intervene in Kazakhstan?

Tajik servicemen, who are part of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) peacekeeping force, depart to Kazakhstan from Ayni Air Force Base in Tajikistan on January 7, 2021. ©  Sputnik / Russian Defence Ministry / Handout

A peacekeeping mission of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) has been deployed to Kazakhstan as the nation struggles to control street violence. Here are the goals and the scope of the multinational mission.

What is the CSTO, exactly?

The security bloc, which is made up of six former Soviet states – Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan – was formed in 1992, following the collapse of the Soviet Union. With the Red Army consigned to history, the CSTO took on the role of providing collective security for its members.

The bloc is headquartered in Moscow, but is chaired in turns by the leader of each member country, in what is known as a rotating presidency. It makes decisions on a consensual basis. Participants hold joint military drills every year, and can’t be part of other military blocs, such as the US-led NATO.

The CSTO deployed a joint peacekeeping mission to Kazakhstan this week, with each country’s units arriving separately on Thursday and Friday.

Why did Kazakhstan’s government request peacekeepers?

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev requested the CSTO’s assistance on Wednesday, as violent unrest gripped the country. He said the call for help was “appropriate and timely,” insisting that authorities faced not just protesters, but a highly organized “terrorist threat,” aimed at “undermining the territorial integrity” of Kazakhstan.

Comment: The Highly Organized Terrorist Threat is the United States CIA’s highly organized coup to try and take over the government of Kazakhstan. CIA represents the Khazarian Mafia aka illuminati Satanic Families aka British Empire aka ZIONISTS aka Anglo-Dutch Empire.

Mass protests based on economic grievances began in the country at the start of the new year, after a sharp hike in liquefied petroleum gas prices. However, despite the government’s concessions, they were soon seemingly hijacked by groups demanding regime change, as well as bands of violent rioters and looters. Kazakh law enforcement appeared to be unable to cope with the escalating violence.

The call for help was acknowledged by the CSTO within hours after Tokayev made his plea. Late on Wednesday, the incumbent chairman of the bloc, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, confirmed that assistance would be sent.

How is this legal?

According to Article 2 of the Collective Security Treaty“In case of menace to safety, stability, territorial integrity and sovereignty of one or several Member States… the Member States shall immediately launch the mechanism of joint consultations…” Meanwhile, Article 4 states that in the event of such menace, “all the other Member States at request of this Member State shall immediately provide the latter with the necessary help, including military aid.”

In response to President Tokayev’s plea, the allies held emergency talks and jointly agreed that a military intervention (as enshrined in a separate peacekeeping agreement) was justified, since the ongoing events in Kazakhstan indeed “pose a real threat to the country’s security, stability and territorial integrity,” according to the bloc’s Secretary-General Stanislav Zas.

Which countries sent their troops?

All of the CSTO’s members have sent personnel for the peacekeeping mission. The force is made up of around 2,600 servicemen in total.

Russian soldiers and hardware were the first to arrive in Kazakhstan on Thursday. Belarus deployed a task force on Friday, airlifting it into the country through Russia.

Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have sent between 100 and 200 personnel each, and also deployed some military hardware.

Does it mean Russian soldiers will engage in street battles with rioters?

The main goal of the peacekeeping force is to protect “important government and strategic facilities,” the CSTO’s Secretary-General has said. Soldiers will also help local forces “maintain order” in the country.

The deployment will not be used to directly engage with protesters and rioters, and law enforcement tasks will continue to be carried out by the local police, officials have promised.

“The military personnel of the CSTO collective peacekeeping forces are not involved in operative and combat activities of local law enforcement agencies and army units to establish law and order in the country,” the Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday.READ MORE: Russia-led bloc reveals if peacekeepers will use deadly force in Kazakhstan

Where will the peacekeepers be deployed?

While no precise list of the “strategic facilities” that are to be guarded by the soldiers has been provided, Russian military officials have revealed a handful of them. According to the Defense Ministry’s spokesman, Major General Igor Konashenkov, Russian peacekeepers will be used to protect the country’s consulates, as well as the international airport of Kazakhstan’s largest city of Almaty.

Russia also has several sites of strategic importance that it leases from Kazakhstan, such as the famed Baikonur Cosmodrome. While it has not been confirmed whether any peacekeepers would be deployed to Baikonur, local authorities have ramped up the “terrorist threat” level and introduced certain restrictions, and self-defense patrols have been formed locally.

How long is the whole mission supposed to take?

The peacekeepers will stay in Kazakhstan as long as the country needs their assistance, according to Zas. No exact timeframe for the mission has been provided, but the personnel are said to have been deployed for a “short period of time” into the Central Asian country.

READ MORE: Fyodor Lukyanov: Kazakhstan intervention sees Russia set a new precedent

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