Jan 7, 2022
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Destabilization of Kazakhstan – British trace

In the early days of 2022, the Global Britain project apparently received a new point of application in Kazakhstan.

Protests in Kazakhstan

The seriousness of London’s intentions is evidenced by the latest £ 460m 5-year contract to support UK military operations from warehouse to frontline won by the company Boeing Defense UK… The latter will provide all services with access to a single service system covering everything from bolts to nuclear missile parts. As the British Secretary of Defense Procurement Jeremy Quinn, this contract ensures that the UK military is quickly deployed for operations both domestically and internationally.

Global Britain is arming

Where these operations are being prepared is no secret. In the west of the CIS, the British military is already settling in the Ukraine and at the borders of Belarus. As for the south, information about the creation of their infrastructure by the British in post-Soviet Central Asia appeared immediately after the change of the regime in Afghanistan. London left military advisers from the Special Airborne Service and other special forces of the British Armed Forces in the Central Asian region. According to information once, they included 4,000 commandos.

It is significant that the protests in Kazakhstan began on January 2, 8 days before the start of important negotiations between Russia, the US and NATO. Such a NATO member as Turkey, which considers Kazakhstan to be an important component of the Turkic, and by no means the post-Soviet world, very closely follows the events in Kazakhstan. In this, the Turks (TICA) are helped along the line of “soft power” British Councilconducting together with YOU SAID*** (banned in Russia) by legions of non-profit organizations, of which more than 22,000 are registered in Kazakhstan (of which more than 16,000 are active).

British Council

The economy of Kazakhstan is oil, gas, non-ferrous metals, gold, uranium. Kazakhstan possesses 12% of the world’s uranium reserves, 42% of the world’s uranium production and ranks first in the world in the export of natural uranium. At the same time, 11 out of 13 uranium mining and uranium processing enterprises are owned by foreigners. On January 5, as a result of the crisis that gripped Kazakhstan, prices for uranium and, as a result, for shares of companies that own this industry, rose by 9%. British firms owning this combine are involved in processing at the Stepnogorsk Mining and Chemical Combine. Gunberg UK Ltd. (60%) and Hexior UK Ltd. (40%) who in a certain way benefit from what is happening. Now, in fact, a redistribution of the uranium market is taking place. The protests hit the shares of Kazatomprom (falling by almost 10%), and the price of “Anglo-Saxon” uranium rises.

In a sense, the destabilization of Kazakhstan is an attempt by South Kazakhstan (British corporations + Canadian Cameko + Americans), where more than half of the mines and GOKs for the extraction of uranium are located and Russian schools have long been liquidated, to seize power from the still conditionally pro-Russian Northern Kazakhstan. One of the main prizes is Kazakh uranium in Turkestan and Kyzylorda regions (a quarter of world production).

The British have been working in Kazakhstan through Kiev for a long time, but not only. Kazakhs joke: our country has two capitals – the southern one (Dubai) and the northern one (London). Published in 2015 in Financial times article by Nursultan Nazarbayev “Closer ties between Kazakhstan and the UK are vital as the storm looms towards us.”… The same is evidenced by a remarkable fact: after leaving the post of Prime Minister of Great Britain, Tony Blair became an adviser to President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Tony Blair’s brother, Judge William Blair, sentenced to imprisonment in England Mukhtar Ablyazov, who harshly opposed Nazarbayev and now Tokayev. Ablyazov himself, who is now coordinating the protests through Kiev, is closely associated with British banks. Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and HSBC

Kazakhstan riots map

The British trail also stretches to the events in the city of Zhanaozen, where the first protests took place on January 2, which quickly spread to other cities in the Caspian Mangistau region (the center of the oil industry of Kazakhstan). Prior to that, it was in Zhanaozen in 2011 that performances took place, during which blood was shed. The majority of the protesters were adays (one of the clans of the Younger Zhuz), who demanded to raise wages in the oil fields. The authorities used these protests to redistribute property. One of the results of the redistribution was the elimination of Timur Kulibayev, the husband of Nazarbayev’s second daughter, Dinara, from the number of beneficiaries, who fell out of favor with his father-in-law. After that, Kulibayev settled in Britain, where in the summer of 2021 he rebuilt a house on an estate in Berkshire Sunninghill Park… The house went to Kulibayev from the son of the Queen of Great Britain, Prince Andrew.

On the domestic track, Kazakhstan is a model of Russia for the organizers of the riots. The calculation is based on the fact that protests and changes in the upper echelon of power in Kazakhstan will somehow affect the transit of power in the Russian Federation, where the Kazakh transit model (smooth transfer of power from the outgoing ruler to his successor) has long been considered optimal.

Almaty City Hall


On the external track, the Anglo-Saxons need the exit of the “renewed” Kazakhstan from the CSTO and entry into military cooperation with Turkey, and through it with NATO. In addition to the hundreds of kilometers of the border with Ukraine, Russia should receive a jihadist-pan-Turkist front with a length of several thousand kilometers with the prospect of destabilizing the Urals, the Volga region and Western Siberia. It is assumed that a wave of instability will also cover Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.

Recall that it was the British who, since the first half of the 2010s, have facilitated the transfer to Afghanistan of militants from the Islamic State *, which was defeated in Syria, banned in Russia. At the same time, primarily people from Central Asia were transported, such as Abu Anis, a jihadist born in Kazakhstan who became famous thanks to a video message in the Kazakh language with an appeal to bring the “flame of jihad” to Russia.

For several years now, the law enforcement agencies of Uzbekistan have reported that they have operational video and audio information about support and participation in joint hostilities on the side of IS * militants of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan banned in Russia * in Russia to the Uyghur “Islamic Movement of East Turkestan” *). The strategists of this group see the “Turkmen corridor” as a way to Kazakhstan, and today they can become more active not only in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, but throughout Central Asia. And to close in their activities with the Uyghur extremist groups, which are a headache for both China and Kazakhstan.

The control centers for these processes can be located not only in London, but also in Hong Kong, Qatar, Istanbul, Dubai and other places tied to the financiers of the City, this true capital of Global Britain.

Cover photo: REUTERS / Pavel Mikheyev

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