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Kazakhstan crisis, major prize on the Geopolitical Chessboard [Part 1]

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Kazakhstan crisis, major prize on the Geopolitical Chessboard [Part 1]
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Moscow: Events in Kazakhstan Are Attempt to Undermine Security of State, Inspired From Abroad

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Borgþór Jónsson
Borgþór Jónsson
January 7, 2022

There in one thing that caught my ears . It is ,that three of the policemen that were killed were beheaded. Look what is at the other side of the KAZ boarders. It is Xinjiang. It is well known that terrorists from Xinjiang were fighting in Syria on behalf og Turkey. It is known that tose terrorists were extreamely brutal. Beheaders. Now this question arises .Who hired those terrorists to owerthrow the government in KAZ. Is it possible that Erdogan was involved? They were his personal terrorists. Was it the whole of NATO that was involved? Another thing. Shortly after… Read more »

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