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Putin´s Nightmare Scenario: Maidan On The Red Square

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Putin´s Nightmare Scenario: Maidan On The Red Square

NEW YORK ( — Today Russian mass-media and TV channels are riveted to the protests that suddenly engulfed Kazakhstan. The Rich TVX News Network analysts say protests in Kazakhstan are the latest signal that citizens who have spent decades living under autocracies in the shadow of the former Soviet Union are reaching their breaking point. To some leaders they arouse hope, to others – horror and nightmares. One of them is the Russian President. Vladimir V. Putin hesitated. ‘No, I have committed it to memory.’ Then he made a wide gesture with both arms, and said to one of the foreign correspondents: ‘I’ve told you in plain Russian — but after all, what can that matter to you? You’re a foreigner, the worst that you could suffer, if things didn’t go right, would be expulsion from Russia back to your own country. A Russian can’t live away from Russia, but to you it’s nothing.’ While Kremlin will likely blame foreign meddling, experts have claimed the riots will strike fear in to the Kremlin, as the situation is uncertain in Russia. The Russian speech, the familiar voice, the demanding and familiar gaze, that familiar face. Before the emergence of COVID-19, Vladimir Putin liked to walk around within the Kremlin; fairly often in the evenings he would also go for walks in the lit streets outside the Kremlin but near it. After the COVID-19 outbreak he no longer went out into the streets. Several long underground passageways were used from the Kremlin to some other buildings in the center of Moscow, such as the Bolshoi Theatre, so that Putin could go from one to the other without using the street. What had propelled him, as far as we could make out, had been shock, but thanks God, there are no Fifth Columnists in Russia in 2022 — they kicked them out of country. The Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation had cleansed the country and rid it of treason. It is no surprise at all, the FSB and the Russian Government in general, have a better understanding of their country.

There Are No Fifth Columnists In Russia In 2022 — They Kicked Them Out Of Country

The Russian people on the whole had a single faith, and for almost a thousand years they had kept the religion given to them by the authorities. Long before he became the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin spent five years in Dresden. ‘What makes you think it wouldn’t matter to me if I had to leave Russia?’ Putin said. I was born here, I’ve lived here most of my life, I love St. Petersburg and Moscow at all seasons.’ But he, stood motionless. The only idea that had come to him, he said, was that ‘Maidan on the Red Square could happen’. Euromaidan was a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine, which began on the night of 21 November 2013 with public protests in Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Kyiv. The protests were sparked by the Ukrainian government’s decision to suspend the signing of an association agreement with the European Union, instead choosing closer ties to Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union. History repeats itself, as today, Kazakhstan is facing its biggest crisis in decades after days of protests over rising fuel prices escalated into widespread unrest. After days of violent protests, Kazakhstan’s dictator Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has vowed to destroy “armed bandits” and gave a shoot-to-kill order against protesters. Tokayev covered up this terrible debacle with pathetic words and begged Vladimir Putin for help to quell the unrest. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, in a lengthy telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin, spoke in detail about the situation. ‘Behind our broad back, you have no one to fear,’ Putin said clearly to Tokayev. ‘Behind our back — only there are you safe. Without it, you, Kemel Schomartowitsch (Putin did not know the name Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at that time), would have been lost a long time ago.’


Kassym-Jomart Tokayev Has No Political Future

You couldn’t do anything with Tokayev, he feared nothing, not even death, he is possessed, fanatic, but most important Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has no political future and will soon resign. He will be out of the political game forever. He became acting president on 20 March 2019 due to the resignation of Nursultan Nazarbayev, who resigned on 19 March 2019 after 29 years in office. Tokayev is now aware of that himself, because a shoot-to-kill-order is the worst thing that could happen at this time, he should try to deescalate the situation rather than to fuel more escalation. Terror most certainly did not consist of useless and meaningless cruelties. Yes, terror was cruel, that’s ex-Soviet states, we suppose. Through a variety of prerogatives granted, the tsarist police virtually ruled Russia. Its methods were all too familiar to Russian revolutionaries who, on coming to power, adopted them. The Cheka and its successors assimilated the practices of the tsarist state police to such an extent that as late as early 1990s, the Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian Federation distributed to its staff manuals prepared by the tsarist police nearly a century earlier. Entirely in this old tsarist tradition, a Moscow-led military alliance dispatched troops to help quell mounting unrest in Kazakhstan last Thursday, amid fears from the Kremlin over what example the toppling of the country’s government could set for other former Soviet republics.

Red Square Is One Of The Oldest And Largest Squares In Moscow

Was A Military Coup Possible?

President Joe Biden has warned Vladimir Putin that his country will face severe sanctions if it once again attacks Ukraine, and will likely see the situation in Kazakhstan as weakening Putin. Hatred of the enemy is the most powerful idea because it creates an atmosphere of general fear. On Sunday, demonstrators in Kyiv held signs that read “Say no to Putin” and flew Kazakhstan flags alongside Ukrainian ones. “Every nation has the right to protect their political rights through peaceful protest,” the demonstrators said.“ We condemn violence in any form, but we also oppose Russian military intervention in Kazakhstan under the guise of a peacekeeping operation, which is more like punitive action and risks becoming an occupation.” Every revolution has victims. All the history of mankind is the history of victims. Without Tokayev’s approval, they wouldn’t have dared put on a show like that. Kazakhstan’s dictator Kassym-Jomart Tokayev is the chosen successor to former dictator Nursultan Nazarbayev, a statue of whom was toppled by an angry mob last week. Dictator Nazarbayev, 81, is believed to have fled to Russia, with reports saying he was rescued by military plane. Was a military coup possible? Of course. Critics have accused Putin of “occupation” over his involvement in Kazakhstan, they warned that Vladimir Putin will draw the country into “a structure like the Soviet Union” unless the West intervenes, accusing Putin that he wants to rebuild the USSR by force. Every revolution gives birth to hopes for a better future, and hopes for a better future elicit enthusiasm.