LUONGO: KAZAKSTAHN, AND THE DEATH OF MAKINDER

As I mentioned at the beginning of this new drama in my life, I will attempt to blog when I can and as my energy levels permit. One thing I've quickly learned about heart attacks, is that they leave you feeling a bit like a rag that has been run through one of those old fashioned washing machines with the little rollers to squeeze out excess water. And that's just what the heart attack does.  Then there's what the hospital does; frankly at one point I looked so much like a pin cushion and had been so poked prodded bled stabbed jabbed that I was just waiting for a nurse to arrive all cheery-voiced at 3AM and announce "Hi I'm Tammy and I'm here to begin your leech therapy..."  After all, they had done pretty much everything else; why not leeches? I was reminded of that moment in the first act of PDQ Bach's opera The Abduction of Figaro when the doctor attendant upon the ailing Figaro sings "Bring me my bag, it's right by his breeches; this is the time to send in the leeches."  I was expecting leeches at any moment.

Not to belabor the moment, I was released, only as many of you know to contact covid (I think), and up until just about a day and a half ago, that was yet another nightmare, but I can say that at least that appears to have broken, and the congestion finally appears to be going down. The drawback is I have no voice, which I hope is simply a matter of stress over the last coupe of weeks.

The bottom line folks is that I'm just at the beginning of trying to work out what all this means. My hospital rehab hasn't even started yet, so I don't know what all this will yet mean for vidchats, News and views, and so on.

Stories and articles continue to come in however, and it's getting difficult to ignore them all. In fact,  today's article was submitted by L.G.L.R. and as it's by one of my favorite geopolitical analysists (Tom Luongo) about a subject needing a bit of discussion - including my own high octane additions - I thought I should scrape together my few puddles of energy reserves and have at it. What concerns is is not the Ukraine, nor Russia, nor Byelorussia/Belarus, but Kazakstan, and a massive triumph Mr. Putin has just scored:

Putin Stamps Out the Fire in Kazakhstan and Ukraine

Luongo's take is worth citing in full before we extrapolate any "sessons":

Less than one week before a major summit between the United states NATO and Russia over the security architecture of Eastern Europe, we’re treated to another failed color revolution in the most strategically important place along Russia’s southern border.

There was looting, horrific violence and former government buildings, the ultimate symbols of power, set on fire.

What may have been surprising was how quickly Russia and Kazakh’s President, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev invoked the CSTO to come in and stop the nonsense.   But, if it didn’t happen this way the consequences for Russia and the rest of Asia would have been catastrophic.

Kazakhstan is simply too big and too important for Russia to even consider allowing to fall back into the hands of someone like Nursultan Nasarbaev, a true post-Soviet meglomaniac, Russophobe and self-interested jackass whose double dealings with the West are just shy of those by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

This article by Fyodor Lukyanov, brings up a lot of good points about what this intervention means for the future and I highly recommend it. But what’s most important now is that this was a stiff message to Washington, London and Brussels.

Get out of Central Asia and stay out.  Russia is now in control of the Heartland. (Boldface and italics emphases added)

So let's add all this up and see what pops out: (1) we've seen another failed color revolution, which failed because (2) Russian and Kazakstanian presidents Putin and Tokayev reacted quickly preventing Kazakhstan from falling into the orbit of pro-western forces, and in doig so (4) a message was crafted and sent to London, Brussels, and Washington: that message being "Get out of Central Asia and Stay out. Russia is in control of the heartland.

To drive the point home, Loungo reminds us that in dealing with the Ukraine, Russia, or Russia's many satellite nations in the region, it's best to remember a few things, like this:

This morning Reuters is reporting that the head of Kazakhstan’s intelligence services, Karim Massimov, has been arrested and charged with treason.

Who is Massimov and why is he important to the bigger picture? This one from the NY Post is worth a lot more than a thousand words:

So, just in case anyone was confused about the idea that there could be some outside motivations for taking Kazakhstan away from Russia, I thought it good to get some things out in the open.

With the recent "tough talk" from the Brandonenko regime about resorting to cyber-warfare and other "hard tactics" in response to Russia, the meaning of Russia's response in Kazakstan is clear, and Loungo has nailed it: no more "business as usual" for the west, by the west, in the East, particularly the east of the former Soviet Union; no more running of those former Soviet Republics as a personal family fief and fisc. It's that observation that brings me to a high-octane speculation , a kind of addendum to Mr. Luongo's observations, something, I suspect, that we can watch out for in the next few years.

In targeting NGOs and color revolutions, Mr. Putin has put teeth behind his and the Russian Federation's outlawing of such organizations and their sponsors - think George Soros - and one result of these actions will be increasing international pressure to outlaw such organizations by name and individual. Such agreements, I strongly suspect, will come part of the standard fare of "bilateral agreements" we see emerging in the region between, say, Japan and India, or Russia and India, and so on.

So I suspect, yes, this is a story to watch, with some very long term implications that we are only just beginning to see...

See you on the flip side...

 

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

8 Comments

  1. DanaThomas on January 23, 2022 at 7:00 am

    Germany Roiled By “Political Earthquake”: Navy Chief Resigns After Saying “Putin Deserves Respect”, Warning China Is “Not A Nice Country” – Zerohedge.



  2. DanaThomas on January 22, 2022 at 5:01 am

    Geopolitics. The Djokovic affair wasn’t just tennis. Serbia has discovered huge lithium reserves, and is blocking the plan by the Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto (Rothschild-connected) to exploit them.
    https://www.euronews.com/2022/01/19/rio-tinto-announces-pushback-in-new-lithium-mine-project-in-serbia



    • Nidster - on January 22, 2022 at 10:36 pm

      So, also considering that while the Swampington criminals seek to protect the Sea of Azov criminals in Ukraine [ aka the Azov Battalion with its thinly veiled Wolfs-hook flag ], they are being distracted by the perfect timing of the Russians to block mining giants from raping yet another country of its wealth, lithium. So, with the head of Kazakhstan’s intelligence services, Karim Massimov, being arrested and charged with treason who’s playing the best ‘game of chess’ now? Talk about mis-direction, it sort of reminds a person of the old days when Vlad kicked out the western based oil companies who were raping Russia of it natural resources back when Yeltsin, a.k.a. ‘the clown-in-charge’ sold out the Russians for a case of vodka, and a stripper.



  3. Lamar Bush on January 21, 2022 at 8:58 pm

    Blessing and GET WELL SOON Joseph P Farrell
    Good comments
    I listen a lot to CLIF HIGH also-(yet I doubt Trump!?)
    These guys at the top (davos) are likely after each other than any of us individually
    collectively they have a might big hammer….lucky to be a very small nail…
    People forget that there was a Yewish quarter in Xian before the time of Christ…
    maybe before the time of Buddha and Confucius at the end of the old SILK ROAD.
    Also, Mao got a break editing the YALE FAR EAST REVIEW so all his minions likely have hidden string entangling them.
    Leechs are especially helpful in healing frost bite, large burns, and distal to reattach finger, toes, and limbs.
    GUY I appreciate the comment—a relatively bot free environment.
    Regarding prayer and the SOG (clif high’s self-organizing collective) so as focused of the positive and joy as much as possible.
    The new technologies are spouting out all over the globe and they will not be contained or suppressed by the 5eyes or the RedSkulls (Martin Bormann & com) perhaps their fictions, rivalry, and suspicious tensions may spread the technologies.
    The task for each HUman is to reach their full spiritual potential – truth it is a daunting task, but the most helpful action to uplift the Earth.
    To cease to “resistere malo” and we surcumb. (non dabo in malum-or — non succumbunt mali) gosh I bought a t-shirt from Lew Rockwell with Horace’s version on it…Never stop resisting evil….Blessings



  4. Tommi H on January 21, 2022 at 5:26 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEkl2Ug7Ros
    Johnny can heal everything <3 Love!



  5. LSM on January 21, 2022 at 3:03 pm

    Kazakstahn is a major player in the Silk Road- whoever controls the Silk Road (at least terrestrialy) controls the planet-

    Larry in Germany



    • Tommi H on January 21, 2022 at 5:34 pm

      Sure… Its just a pawn. Like Georgia Ukraine etc. It’s a western pawn. But Russia kept it. It’s a chess game. Game over.



      • Tommi H on January 21, 2022 at 5:39 pm

        West cant do anything. Its game over man, its game over! Bidenko is too weak lol. Love west but its like shit nowadays, now comes the pain. Love you all Gizarz! <3



    • InfiniteRUs on January 23, 2022 at 12:44 pm

      Here is an interesting theory on what might be behind everything. Different view to mainstream alternative. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oi4MeSecd0o



  6. Dr. Yes on January 20, 2022 at 5:08 pm

    Good to hear your voice, er, keyboard, Joseph. You are in our prayers. The Terminator once said, “I’ll be Bach.” And soon, so will you.



  7. anakephalaiosis on January 20, 2022 at 4:32 am

    Daniel was having a close up study of Moloch in Babylon, predicting domino effect, in rise and fall of empires of predator capitalism.

    The resistance movement made steppe rebellion, in the sundial, and invented Parthian shot by Ashtanga, in asymmetrical warfare.

    Death and rise of INRI was effectively a Parthian shot in the sundial, aiming at Moloch, flushed out by Pilate’s aqueduct.

    Color revolution of communism was defeated, by Comanches of Eurasian steppe, toasting in cranial cup of Holy Grail.

    Halford Mackinder’s heartland hypothesis:
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/7zqjhdvk7d21yl0/scythian-for-dummies.jpg



    • anakephalaiosis on January 20, 2022 at 4:43 am

      Note. This is first attempt, to fixate Ashtanga on the sundial. It is intuitive and premature, and its deductive logic has yet to reveal itself, in good time.



  8. Michael UK on January 20, 2022 at 4:10 am

    Washington and London were happy to let a Colour Revolution proceed in Afghanistan last summer and indeed they couldn’t get out quick enough! It was a complete shambles.
    Now Afghanistan has descended into chaos with no funding, it is desperate for $billions of money to be released from its bank accounts held by the West. It will be interesting to watch how events unfold over the coming months.
    The usual pattern is for terrorism to breed and take hold in such dire situations. The West ultimately pays the price! eg Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan,



  9. marcos toledo on January 20, 2022 at 2:53 am

    Anyone who doesn’t suspect what happening in Kazakstan might not be color revolution is stone out on something. Thought the ruling elites are very corrupt there giving a color revolution a great cover to hide their nefarious deeds. Could you fix the like buttons I can’t vote anymore on my fellow commentators post anymore?



  10. Rosanne on January 20, 2022 at 1:20 am

    Joseph’s last paragraph – valid speculation!
    About influential NGOs’ fate in Asian countries;
    Thailand just kicked out Amnesty International



  11. Rosanne on January 20, 2022 at 1:07 am

    Joseph’s last paragraph seems to more accurate than speculative.
    About NGOs no longer being welcome in Asian countries:
    Thailand just kicked out no less than Amnesty International



  12. Laura on January 19, 2022 at 6:20 pm

    It is not Kazakstan, but Uzbekistan.  It is not heart disease but cancer. 
    This is my favorite passage from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
    “And then from the teahouse balcony he saw above the walled courtyard next door something pink and transparent. It looked like a puff dandelion, only it was six meters in diameter, a rosy, weightless balloon. He’d never seen anything so pink and so huge.

    Could it be the apricot tree?
    Oleg had learned a lesson. This was his reward for not hurrying. The lesson was never rush on without looking around first.
    He walked up to the railings and from on high gazed and gazed through this pink miracle.
    It was his present to himself €”his creation-day present.
    It was like a fire tree decorated with candles in a room of a northern home. The flowering apricot was the only tree in this courtyard enclosed by clay walls and open only to the sky. People lived in the yard, it was like a room. There were children crawling under the tree, and a woman in a black headscarf with a green-flowered pattern was hoeing the earth at its base.

    Oleg examined its €”pinkness, that was the general impression. The tree had buds like candles. When on the point of opening, the petals were pink in color, but once open they were pure white, like apple or cherry blossoms. The result was an incredible, tender pink. Oleg was trying to absorb it all into his eyes. He wanted to remember it for a long time and to tell the Kadmins about it.
    He’d planned on finding a miracle, and he’d found one.”
    Cancer Ward by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn pages 523 524



  13. Richard on January 19, 2022 at 5:57 pm

    That there is concern about Kazakhstan there is no wonder. Disruption within and issues globally. When one considers bordering countries with a great deal to gain, should debt diplomacy take on a new ugly pig face toward the goals of the Belt & Road Initiative, facades-narratives-and shots fired as well as victories declared will continue to save face. The bordering sovereigns of Kazakhstan would love to have another country play the useful idiot and intervene. So-they-hope. Remarkable achievement they also hope to take advantage. Dream on.

    If it were not for Sovietszky nuclear testing during the Cold War era there might have been a push to get into the Republic of Kazakhstan sooner to have at the resources and arable lands for agriculture as it was prior. It still is an important stop along the presumed Belt & Road of the Party of the east by going west. There’s more under the Caspian than just a large bucket holding water and as for drainage from limited precipitation at present, well, . . . who knows how to build dams in the region or lay pipes underwater, anyway, around there? Such an obvious ephemeral role, for now, they play.

    And then there are those with, war is imminent-the end is nigh, all is lost narrative. Yet there’s a lot to be gained by Moscow maintaining a presence as they’re very familiar with certain folks of the not-so-distant past and some of their ambitions for quick-cash by debt trap loans. Rest assured; Beijing, Teheran, Pyongyang, and Islamabad are also watching closely global reactions probably from their stirring of the populace to first weaken future resolve of diplomacy during unrest. Like Covid, they’re still around, too, and likely to continue to be.



  14. J. Miles on January 19, 2022 at 2:25 pm

    Clif High on Bitchute, his latest post E,S & T, I think it’s called, talks about what’s happening now in Kazakhstan. He has an on-the-ground, trusted source telling him all banks are being taken over, banking data removed, people living in bank buildings in some cases. He also mentioned doctors, police, security services, some civil servants and some nurses being arrested by the populace and held in two stadium centers. Properties of high-ranking officials have been looted and burned, suggesting those folks won’t be coming back to Kazakhstan’s society anytime soon. He also said UK jab centers are closing and police have been ‘put on notice’ by the UK citizenry. All of this makes the U.S. look somewhat weak in the knees in the face of globaloney misdoings. Certainly recent events in Kazakhstan might make us ordinary people long for a big brother like Russia right about now. Why we don’t just all emigrate to the Russian Federation is beyond me.



    • YM on January 20, 2022 at 9:35 am

      Don’t get enamored with an evil just because he is confronting another evil. Those who went back to Stalin’s Russia after he defeated Hitler ended up in Gulags. Nothing has changed.



    • Awake on January 20, 2022 at 2:08 pm

      Kazakhstan is the capital for the Kazarian mafia and the NWO. It had nothing to do with Putin and everything to do with the cooperation of global forces combined efforts to end the Kazakhstan mafia rule over the world. By the way, the person we see as Putin is just another mask wearing front like every other current global leader. Why would the UK leadership (BOJO) suddenly change their complete direction in the Covid mandates? Because they needed their real masters to be broken before the people could reestablish freedom in their country. As for any country needing a dictator like mask wearing Putin figure…no thanks. There are NO FAVORITES in this revolution…none. The only savior we will have are Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ our Savior. Look to them before putting any trust in the governments of man.



  15. Jon on January 19, 2022 at 12:50 pm

    Joseph, they DO still use leeches in allopathic medicine, albeit rarely. They are actually quite good at removing certain kinds of dead tissue without harming living tissue, and they can be very clean.

    One wonders if the practice of “bleeding” was actually a cargo cult partial memory from the distant past of real blood tests. So much of human behavior seems to be that kind of dimly remembered distortion, or deeply fragmented science.

    Allopaths like to make fun of herbs and such, but the fact remains that the most useful and effective pharmaceuticals come from those same herbs. “Witch doctors who have forgotten their trade,” as Seth would say.



  16. Ludwig Von Bearsnout on January 19, 2022 at 11:45 am

    I’m just worried because if the vaccine narrative is crapping out a war might serve the purposes of our ubber-lords. A limited dust up with Russia would take care of the mid terms and the collapse of the Covid Con.

    I’m just full of fun thoughts like that today.



  17. Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2022 at 11:12 am

    Leeches actually work.
    So forget about leeches.

    As a pin cushion; how many needles were “new”?
    There’s more GDP in dirty needles, isn’t there?

    Last time I was in that environment[silly villain’s hospital]
    I had Nurse Ratched, who locked down the ward like watchman’s clock.
    From the frying pan, into the fire!

    One thing it means, is that your now a veteran of unnecessary procedures for the heathy bottom financialized hospital lines. It’s all about profit.
    Oops!
    I mean your health.

    Naturally, the watchman’s watch just sounded.
    White Rabbit



    • Robert Barricklow on January 19, 2022 at 5:38 pm

      Where was I?
      I remember. You were locked-up in enemy territory, a reputed “hospital”.
      Finally released[to incubate your hospital gift, covid ?].
      Hey, I’m the paranoid type.
      You know – that doesn’t put a damn thing past them.

      Hopefully, your vocal cords will come back loud, clear, and full of vigor.

      Too bad the Biden color revolution, that stole the presidency, via a complicit CIA media; didn’t get stopped by Patriots in power.
      Apparently, the Patriots were MIA,
      when it came to where the rubber meets the road.

      In Kazakhstan, their treasonous intelligence agency head was arrested and charged w/treason. Too bad, the USA missed its opportunity again, by letting Dulles get away w/the JFK assassination. Dulles, the Bushes, and Military, and too many to count.

      In Kazakhstan, Putin and others, showed the globalized crime syndicates; how their old ways of getting away w/murder,
      are way past their geopolitical shelf lives.

      Welcome to the West’s worst nightmare;
      real government representation of the peoples’ will.
      Lookout Davos! Lookout China! Lookout USSA and the CIA!
      Lookout Commonwealth! Lookout International Banking Cartel!

      God forbid, there appears to be compet1tion for a way of global governance!
      One size does not fit all!
      The technocratic “Hive” is buzzing mad; on all their harmonized wavelengths!



  18. Elze on January 19, 2022 at 11:06 am

    The color revolution in Kazachstan appears to be part of a wider RAND strategy, according to Thierry Meyssan:
    Washington pursues RAND’s plan in Kazakhstan, then in Transnistria
    “the US National Security Council has initiated several actions against Russia. It is not a question of overthrowing governments or launching new wars, but of forcing Moscow to intervene outside its borders in order to exhaust it. The Russian Federation already has a huge territory that it is unable to exploit with a population of only 150 million.
    In May 2019, the Rand Corporation, the think-tank of the US military-industrial complex, listed six options in this regard [2]:
    1. Arming Ukraine ;
    2. Increase support for jihadists in Syria;
    3. Promoting regime change in Belarus;
    4. Exploiting tensions in the South Caucasus;
    5. Reducing Russian influence in Central Asia;
    6. Rivaling the Russian presence in Transnistria.”
    https://www.voltairenet.org/article215271.html



  19. J. Skuba on January 19, 2022 at 8:13 am

    I’d say most Americanos are clueless about Kazakhstan: Couldn’t find it on a global map since Geography isn’t taught in school anymore. So. . . why is Kazakhstan so important? Proven Natural Resources, Nat.Gas, Oil, Metals, Uranium deposits. Capturing that country hook or by crook, it’s party-time for grabbing the loot and rape the land. Trashing their environment through irresponsible methods, the economic vampires would suck the nation dry. What a ripe place for an oligarchic class of psychos to control and rip a Nation a new a-hole.
    Russia did the right thing by sending in the commandos to squelch the perps, agitators, traitors, and kick some well deserved ass. This is serious business!



  20. Zorost on January 19, 2022 at 7:57 am

    I read an interesting article on color revolutions some time ago (Andrei Koribko, “Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach to Regime Change.”) One of the predictions made was that the closer to the periphery of the sphere of influence the less likely a violent response would happen, and an increase in the likelihood of a violent response the closer to the center of influence.

    It looks like we’ve pushed Russia back to the point where exterminating protesters is on the menu. I’m wondering if their success along with a lack of credible blowback from ‘the International Community’ will lead to an increase in violence responses to nations on the periphery of Russia’s influence. That was really the only shocking thing about the incident, the almost complete lack of media hyperventilating about the evils of shooting revolutionaries in the act of decapitating law enforcement (even as they imprison and torture our own people for waving flags and taking an impromptu tour of our White House.)



  21. anakephalaiosis on January 19, 2022 at 6:19 am

    COLOR ATTACK

    Nurse Tammy, the Russian violin,
    in heartland of Kazakhstan,
    mapped pin cushion
    of latest fashion,
    against leeches of Swampington.



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