Which country will be the next victim of the West?


It can be said with a great degree of confidence that on the Libyan front, open confrontation along the line "Gaddafi's troops against the rebels (supported by the forces of the West and NATO allied Arab countries)" has ended. Now, local strife will take place there - between different rebel groups (Benghazi, Misurata, Islamists, etc.), Libyan tribes for a place in the sun.


The question arises, who will be the next victim of the "modernization" of the Islamic world? The most obvious candidate is the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR). Although there are other candidates for the role of the victim - Algeria, Northern Sudan, Yemen, Iran, Pakistan, etc.

Syria

It was in SAR that the unrest that began in March 2011 of the year led to hundreds of dead and wounded. Damascus in the Western media and politicians causes great irritation. The Assad regime did not make mistakes. Gaddafi rather quickly manages to crush the uprisings in the border cities in the bud, to prevent the creation of a rebellious beachhead like Benghazia in Libya, through which they will break the country.

But now, after the end of the war in Libya (growing into the stage of the internal Libyan conflict), the West and its Arab allies will be able to increase pressure on the SAR. The Syrian opposition accepted with great joy the news of the death of Muammar Gaddafi. At the anti-government protests that took place on October 21 in the cities of Hama and Homs (the most stable center of resistance to the Assad regime), opposition activists carried placards with some of the slogans: “Doctor, you are the next!” Gaddafi is ready, your turn, Bashar! ”,“ Assad, get ready! ”. Rallies were dispersed.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon once again called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to stop violence and "massacres" in Syria. In addition, the United States recalled its ambassador Robert Ford from the SAR. The US State Department explained this decision by the ambassador’s security concerns; in recent months, several times they tried to throw tomatoes and rotten eggs on it.

Earlier, the Syrian authorities have repeatedly had questions about the activities of the American ambassador in the country. The diplomat, using his diplomatic immunity and the ability to move around Syria without restriction, visited various cities of the country that were covered by mass unrest, such as Deraa and Homs. This caused a negative reaction from Damascus, who suspected foreign diplomats in assisting the opposition and tried to impose a ban on the movement of Robert Ford to Syria without the consent of the country's leadership. These attempts did not bring results because they violated the rights of a diplomatic person.

Yemen

In Yemen, the situation is also very tense, the unrest that has continued since the beginning of 2011, has already led to hundreds of casualties and outbreaks of civil war. Part of the army supported the opposition’s demands for the resignation of Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh. And the president expressed his willingness to resign only in case of peace in the country, the cessation of opposition speeches.

October 21 The UN Security Council adopted a resolution calling on the Yemeni president to resign. For the "Yemeni" resolution unanimously voted all 15 member countries of the UN Security Council. According to Vitaly Churkin, Russia's permanent representative to the UN, the resolution on Yemen is “balanced, non-confrontational towards all Yemeni parties.” Opposing parties should stop the violence as quickly as possible and reach an agreement based on the initiative of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) initiative.

According to the GCC plan, a peaceful transfer of power should take place after the elimination of all contradictions. This agreement gives the President of Yemen and his associates immunity from legal prosecution after the resignation.

October 24, according to Reuters, Saleh agreed to give power under the terms of the UN Security Council. He announced his readiness to sit down at the negotiating table with representatives of the Yemeni opposition and sign the plan of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf states as soon as possible and hold early elections in the country.

If Saleh once again at the last moment refuses the agreement, then this reason can be used for external intervention.

North Sudan

After the division of the united Sudan into two states of the world did not come. Khartoum was deprived of oil-bearing areas. The issue of the disputed oil province of Abyei has not been resolved. The army of Northern Sudan with the battle captured the area. Omar Hassan al-Bashir's regime is an almost ideal target for external intervention. And in full compliance with international law.

Back in early July, 2011 passed and immediately faded information that the army of Northern Sudan occupied the Libyan oasis of Kufra, and also established control over the city of Al-Jawf and the highway to the center of the Sarir and Misla oil fields. Meanwhile, the oasis of Kufra and El Jauf are located a few hundred kilometers from the Sudanese-Libyan border. Neither the Western world nor the UN Security Council responded to this absolutely obvious act of external aggression.

It is clear that without the tacit permission of the West, which was conducting a military campaign in Libya at that time, Khartoum would not have taken it on itself. Apparently, al-Bashir received the consent of the key players in this region.

Thus, at any moment the world community can “detect” the fact of the occupation of Libyan territory by Northern Sudan and call Khartoum to account. In addition, the press has repeatedly passed reports of the facts of the genocide in Darfur, which can also be used to justify the “bloodiness” of the regime of Omar al-Bashir. One should not forget the fact that an international order is already hanging on al-Bashir. 21 July 2008 of the International Criminal Court in The Hague issued a warrant for the arrest of the president of the then united Sudan on charges of genocide in connection with the conflict in Darfur (the so-called three western regions of the country, where there were clashes of Arabs and the Negroid population). It is alleged that ethnic cleansing and genocide of the population were carried out in Darfur. Thus, Omar al-Bashir became the first acting head of the country, against which the international justice authority filed an accusation.

The West always does only what is profitable for it. Today, the Western world has closed its eyes to the fact of aggression and occupation, and tomorrow it may forget about tacit agreements with Khartoum and strike at North Sudan.

Algeria

This country is also suitable for the role of the victim, especially in the light of the actions of the Algerian authorities during the Libyan war. Algeria took the position of friendly neutrality to the Gaddafi regime during this war.

This has already caused a lot of irritated feedback from the PNS. And here is a new message on this topic: the Algerian authorities made a statement that they did not intend to extradite members of the family of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to the new authorities of Libya. Algeria will also not discuss the problem of the relatives of the former head of Libya with anyone other than the United Nations.

The authorities of Algeria reported that the relatives of M. Gaddafi were taken in the state for reasons of humanity and the situation around them has not changed. The brutal murder of Gaddafi only convinces Algeria even more that Gaddafi’s family, and his wife, daughter with her newborn child and the sons Ganibal and Mohammed, were taken refuge in the country, should be protected by the Algerian authorities.

Previously, the rebels have repeatedly demanded the release of relatives of Gaddafi, who live in Algeria from August 29 on August 2011.

Apparently, the information that was sounded back in 2007 year, the former Supreme Commander of the armed forces of the North Atlantic Alliance in Europe, American General Wesley Clark, was true. He told Voice of America that over the next five years we will dismantle seven countries. We start with Iraq. Then we have plans for Syria and Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan. And we are finishing in Iran. ”

As a result, Iraq is de facto divided into Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish lands, Sudan has already been divided into two parts, in Somalia several state formations, Libya plunged into a confrontation between tribes and various groups. They are setting the stage for a strike on Syria and Iran.
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  1. sir
    sir 25 October 2011 08: 38 New
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    normal principle: divide and conquer. once the pendas is allowed, this means we need it angry
    1. Civil 25 October 2011 11: 44 New
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      Which country will be the next victim of the West?


      You can add: before they attack Russia.

      Saleh agreed to give power under UN Security Council


      It will not help, they handed over Mubarak, this will be merged all the more ...

      North Sudan Army Occupies Libyan Oasis Kufrah


      That's what counts on, so that Libya will mate with S. Sudan, so that in the 10th it will become impoverished oil suppliers.

      Algeria took friendly neutrality towards the Gaddafi regime during this war


      France would like to receive part of Algeria


      But Syria will probably help nothing, unless a third country introduces a limited contingent. Since the democratization of Iran, without neutralizing Damascus, it will be difficult.

    2. Alex63
      Alex63 25 October 2011 12: 28 New
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      Nothing in this world tolerates emptiness. The weakening of the political influence of some leads to an increase in the political appetites of others. Russia has lost its influence in the foreign policy arena and, as a result, the audacity of the United States has increased many times, and the UN has long been turned into a puppet of the American administration. We are laughing at Khrushchev, but his boot and Kuzkin’s mother showed the Americans their place in the world. The current Russian politicians are not even remotely capable of this.
      1. Uncle Sam
        Uncle Sam 25 October 2011 19: 43 New
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        during the Caribbean crisis, Americans washed well and shoes didn’t help
        1. Alex63
          Alex63 26 October 2011 00: 46 New
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          Poor you know our story, hence the skulls on your shoulder straps.
          1. vadimus
            vadimus 26 October 2011 02: 45 New
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            Uncle Sam took a sip
        2. PSih2097 26 October 2011 00: 53 New
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          during the Caribbean crisis, Americans washed well and shoes didn’t help

          You fucking ... I wouldn’t even think of thinking over the meaning of the whole operation ... and there, in the Pentagon strategist ... If you remember, although you weren’t even in the project, there was a ring of US Missiles around the USSR, including in Turkey, here - the exchange was equivalent, while on the cube there were bases for our bombers and nuclear submarines ...
          And you don’t know what it is - when the expectation that bombs will fall on you ... you weren’t there yet, and those who were there are being persecuted ...
        3. vadimus
          vadimus 26 October 2011 02: 43 New
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          either paid or fucked
        4. lightforcer
          lightforcer 26 October 2011 18: 17 New
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          Especially when the Pindos fumbling missed Soviet ships to Cuba, although there was an order not to let them go.
      2. does it 25 October 2011 23: 12 New
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        (The UN has long turned into a puppet of the American administration.) But in my opinion, it has been from the very beginning of its existence.
  2. SL.Kocegar
    SL.Kocegar 25 October 2011 09: 07 New
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    it’s like NATO’s lot will fall, to whom the next oil in the fire

    a period of neocolonialism sets in and America claims a leading role in this process under the guise of a struggle for democracy
  3. mitrich
    mitrich 25 October 2011 09: 11 New
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    Tonight, by the way, a new war began: Turkey invaded Northern Iraq with all the attributes of foreign intervention: artillery preparation, BShU, tanks.
    Surprisingly, the foreign media in the person of Euronews and the BBC are not a word about it. Just like in 2008, when the victorious Georgians rushed to Ossetia to clean up.
    1. SL.Kocegar
      SL.Kocegar 25 October 2011 09: 26 New
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      why do they need publicity, they will yell if Iraq fights off
      1. Banshee 25 October 2011 12: 06 New
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        Well, it all started not today.

        http://www.rosbalt.ru/main/2011/10/24/904730.html
        http://news.mail.ru/politics/7153376/

        Showdown between the Turks and the Kurds are forever like the world. The Kurds are not Iraq, on the contrary, they are for autonomy.

        And, by the way, the Iraqi contingent is still based in Iraq ...
      2. datur 25 October 2011 14: 25 New
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        not Iraq but the Kurds. in Iraq, the puppets of Amers and the Pindics themselves are there like cockroaches, but the Kurds in Iraq were the 5th column and the shock force of the Americans, thanks to American friends for the help in the war, so to speak wink
  4. drinkins
    drinkins 25 October 2011 10: 44 New
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    pendosovskie chlenososy about their shoals are silent am
  5. Magadan 25 October 2011 11: 18 New
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    I liked the term - countries of totalitarian democracy - you can’t say better. So I think that these same totalitarian democracies will nevertheless break into Syria, because Syria is a Russian partner, so they kill two birds with one stone. Attacks will be on everyone in whom Russia may be interested. We are quietly surrounded and isolated from all. Totalitarian democracies are afraid of us as a country that can "give in the teeth", or arm other countries so that they give the NATO people the teeth. Resources are another cause of the war with Russia. This I answer in advance to possible comments that they say "who needs us" and "the Russians have paranoia - they always seem to conspire of the West." Alas, history shows that even if we have “paranoia”, this does not mean that no one is following us.
    1. ballian
      ballian 25 October 2011 11: 56 New
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      "... Attacks will be on everyone in whom Russia may be interested" - how do they like to make an elephant from Russia - and what is “partnership” in this? Against whom are we “friends” with Syria? She is able to help Russia? And how can you surround Russia from the side of Syria? And Libya what kind of "partner" was?
      Kitchen geopolitics.
      1. подводник 25 October 2011 13: 02 New
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        Why are you so sure of the “nearness” of the judgments of these guys? Do you think yourself a cool strategist? As they said: “For each sage there is quite simplicity”
        After the preliminary negotiations between the then-living Gaddafi and then-President Putin, the issue of providing the Russian Naval Base in Benghazi was practically resolved.
        In Syria there is our naval base.
        Russia has its own interests in the Mediterranean Sea.
        1. ballian
          ballian 25 October 2011 14: 32 New
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          Before Gadduffy’s visit, the talk about some base was going on - but it didn’t end there - neither on paper, nor in fact - Russia did not start building and planning no base there, at least it didn’t end with anything other than rumors. :)
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          From the declassified Wikileaks revelations of the American diplomat .-
          "Although official Russian diplomats from the embassy in Tripoli did not openly declare, they made it clear that media reports about Libya’s consent to provide a naval base in Benghazi to the Russian Navy were unreliable."
          http://rusrep.ru/article/2011/03/14/tripoli/


          I am amused by strategists who believe that the base in Syria is preventing someone from joining NATO and they will fight over Syria because of it - on the very first day of a likely war, the entire Russian fleet will be blocked and die useless, just as they talk about some the interests in the Mediterranean are clearly not able to say - what they can do to prevent NATO ships from doing their own thing.
          1. подводник 25 October 2011 15: 18 New
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            I am amused by the fact that there are those people who consider the information provided by the Wikileaks resource as true. Dear ballian, continue to scoop there.
            As for "on the very first day of a likely war, the entire Russian fleet will be blocked and die useless ........."
            1. The Russian Navy, not Russian.
            2. The Russian Navy is currently carrying out combat patrols in all oceans, and is not "on the joke at the pier."
            3. Taking into account the fact that some people like you draw information from very dubious sources, I am firmly convinced that they do not represent all the capabilities of our Navy.
            4. The NATO soldiers in Afghanistan uselessly die, and our "weapon of retaliation" can even erase the state of a potential adversary from the map without nuclear weapons, so leave your thoughts about the role and place of Russia in the world in your head and don’t tell anyone (for your good )
            1. Uncle Sam
              Uncle Sam 25 October 2011 19: 47 New
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              caught up, well, you and Petrosyan!
            2. Yves762 26 October 2011 02: 07 New
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              He praised it so cloyingly ....
              Yes, I agree: for the remnants of the Soviet Navy and its accidentally born receivers, pendos some time has to run in all the oceans (while they are there in the .... be). That’s all the damage to them will be in hundreds of tons of burnt tanning salons.
              1. подводник 26 October 2011 04: 31 New
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                Well, you don’t know the real point, don’t say it.
                about: "remnants of the Soviet Navy and its accidentally born receivers ......" - you yourself understood what you said?
                If you wanted to insult or hurt me, it was not possible.
            3. ballian
              ballian 26 October 2011 08: 51 New
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              And it amuses me that you perceive the rumors about the Navy base as a fact - I repeat - YEARS passed after Gaddafi’s visit and haven’t heard of any base since then. There were no agreements on the base following the Gaddafi’s visit. - all this to the question of dubious sources from which you draw information, not I.- It was here just about the Americans and their actions in connection with this in Libya - from here to you and, Wikileaks making it clear how Americans perceive these rumors - they don’t know about any base, and all the more so only a paranoid can think that after reading in a newspaper about France some base France and England will suddenly begin to climb out of their skin and even so big.
              Everything else that you wrote will not refute me in any way - what are you writing about? None of our fleets is stopping NATO from solving its tasks - Russia will not fight for any country in that region.
        2. Uncle Sam
          Uncle Sam 25 October 2011 19: 46 New
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          There is nothing to be based in Syria, but there’s nothing to be based on. There isn’t much left in Sevastopol, there’s not a hat for it, and why skip? with america? don't be funny
          1. подводник 25 October 2011 20: 20 New
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            Well, I don’t know what charmed you on the Amerov ship in Novorossiysk!
            But I know what I'm talking about
            1. Yves762 26 October 2011 02: 12 New
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              From where? belay
              They don’t even know the real state of affairs even in the Moscow region (somewhere there is something that is no longer there; somewhere it’s the other way around; but somewhere it’s not that, it’s not that well, etc.) fellow
              1. подводник 26 October 2011 03: 58 New
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                Are you from Moscow? If yes, then what’s the conversation? If not, quench your thirst in the vast expanses of Wikileaks information.
                1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 07 New
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                  I will join. That’s for sure, Busting through all the articles, fools in the MoD, we don’t know here either, where everything lies, and there are two Dartanyans for the whole Mother Race - willows and balians ...
                  Right Volkhov - to be a flood ...
      2. sedoj 25 October 2011 21: 43 New
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        ballian, in my opinion you are a typical representative of the fifth column.
    2. sirToad
      sirToad 25 October 2011 11: 56 New
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      totalitarian democracy is strong. in contrast, you must have a communist monarchy probably.
      But seriously - the movers have already gone. in Yemen, the "lord" has already abandoned the "throne". and the Turks in northern Iraq are marching.
  6. prunx
    prunx 25 October 2011 11: 37 New
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    Iran is a key point: access to the Caspian Sea, access to the border of the post-Soviet space and the Indian subcontinent. This cannot be allowed in any way. Otherwise, a radical-Islamist arc will pass right under our “belly”.
  7. Joker 25 October 2011 13: 17 New
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    The USA will get out of debt only the 3 World War will help, maybe they are trying to unleash it by quarreling African countries? The Turks have already soaped themselves to fight. They will start a mess and then the United States will connect and again at the end it will come out as after the 2-th world, without any debts and with fat.
    1. Alexei 25 October 2011 14: 30 New
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      Yeah, during World War II they sold weapons (oh yes allies) Putin paid all the debts. And the cost of the bombs dropped on Libya will be paid by the Libyans themselves.
      No need to be an expert, looking at the map, you can guess what they will do, looking for possible benefits of the material plan.
    2. sedoj 25 October 2011 21: 53 New
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      Speaking of America's debts. Who will stop her after a while, simply write off all debts. She still doesn’t pay for them. And no one will say anything.
      1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 08 New
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        No, China will say. They ponakupili there so much that they say.
  8. runway 25 October 2011 14: 15 New
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    Syria. She remained a "naked" figure. Russia and China are not ready to go beyond the declaration of protest. After the lull from the autumn speeches of the "left" in the US and the countries participating in NATO, the issue will be resolved according to the Libyan scenario through the speeches of the Assad opposition.
    The topic is serious enough to entertain bloggers with it. It’s good that the site didn’t offer to bid. Although this all goes ....
  9. Tatars
    Tatars 25 October 2011 14: 17 New
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    The USSR would be right now everything was much calmer! There was almost everywhere except Israel and Africa the world. In fear kept the NATO countries. Yes, and they lived normally, but not in food, the RSFSR fed other Soviet republics, they even bought sausage every day.
    1. Uncle Sam
      Uncle Sam 25 October 2011 19: 50 New
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      That's for sure, when I lived in Lithuania, it was hard to buy only cervelat with us, but there were always 5-7 varieties of sausage, and there was no problem with milk.
  10. Owl
    Owl 25 October 2011 14: 33 New
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    With a balance of power (USSR - USA), the world was much calmer, the "special operations" of the superpowers did not lead to massive "fires" in the regions of the world. Now the United States recognized China as its main adversary, it regards Russia as a plasticine source of natural resources, but China is very dependent on the markets of the United States and Europe, therefore, it has not yet acted as a counterweight to the aggressive actions of the United States and several European countries.
    1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 10 New
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      But China is quietly buying up debts and US government bonds ... And such a policy is essentially no worse than a couple of aircraft carriers.
  11. Maksim
    Maksim 25 October 2011 14: 59 New
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    Which country will be the next victim of the West? : I think China.
    1. sedoj 25 October 2011 21: 55 New
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      China is already able to fight back on its own.
      1. Maksim
        Maksim 26 October 2011 13: 43 New
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        As I already wrote: for me, the real ruler of the United States and China is the one who is dumber than bush.ml. For me, above all, Russia, I respect all Russians. And America and the American people and China and the Chinese people, even kill but I will not respect them when I will not
  12. nnnnnnnnn
    nnnnnnnnn 25 October 2011 16: 28 New
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    The next Kazakhstan read this. "Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair became an adviser to President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. According to The Daily Telegraph, the former Labor leader will help Nazarbayev to carry out reforms," ​​if someone remembers Blair was just an adviser to Gaddafi just a year ago.
    1. Ivan35
      Ivan35 25 October 2011 19: 44 New
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      I welcome you nnnnnnnnn! I treat you with great respect! The match is really sinister. But now I can only say "tip your tongue" wink
      1. nnnnnnnnn
        nnnnnnnnn 25 October 2011 20: 08 New
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        Have a nice one you too wink just thinking
        1. Marat
          Marat 25 October 2011 21: 22 New
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          But seriously, such appointments are usually a “political bribe” to lobby our interests in Europe - like Schroeder in the North Stream.

          And it is difficult to “democratize” our republic at the moment with the help of air raids and hired bandits - the first obstacle is not even our air forces and air defenses (by the way, they are very decent - they are not Libya and not Syria with Iran) - the first problem is that aircraft carriers cannot sail to the steppe.

          And from Europe - so first you need to deal with Belarus and Russia (which, thank God too, is still difficult) - so that regarding pendos air raids, it’s kind of calm so far - until they have entered Iran and entered the Caspian Sea - then the trouble is already
          1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 16 New
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            Quote: nnnnnnnnn
            Tony Blair became an adviser to the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. According to The Daily Telegraph, the former leader of the Labor Party will help Nazarbayev to carry out reforms. "


            Chuy valley still rules ...

            But seriously: where is Germany with Schroeder (by the way, next to sevpotok), and where England is with Blaeer ... Something is not sewn.

            “Democratization” is, of course, yes, but no one has yet canceled the CSTO, as I recall. So air defense and air force have us yes, very much nothing.

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            until they entered Iran and left the Caspian


            I would have talked about this in a year. Confused by the absolutely fair word "bye".
            1. Ivan35
              Ivan35 26 October 2011 16: 24 New
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              I agree banshee! Because air defense is “decent” because it is common with Russia - in fact, an attack on Kazakhstan is an attack on Russia - so no one will risk
              But the Chuy valley, yes, it’s not gone anywhere - you are clearly “in the material” wink
          2. nnnnnnnnn
            nnnnnnnnn 26 October 2011 21: 03 New
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            Why do you need an aircraft carrier? there is Manas, Dushanbe, the so-called transit points of NATO and the United States, but do not see “Khabar” about the Navy of the Republic of Kazakhstan; their tandem has long been working on Pindos for iphone4 Libya passed,
  13. ZEBRASH
    ZEBRASH 25 October 2011 18: 37 New
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    The next, I think, will be Syria. Then Iran. And then ... Russia !? crying belay
  14. Mahamont
    Mahamont 25 October 2011 19: 24 New
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    They told us when capitalism was evil, but we did not believe it.
  15. Uncle Sam
    Uncle Sam 25 October 2011 19: 52 New
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    I’m still waiting for Iran to bend down, it’s too foul education ..
    1. Yves762 26 October 2011 02: 15 New
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      They are of the same opinion about you .... fellow
    2. zczczc
      zczczc 26 October 2011 03: 44 New
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      Uncle Sam, where are you from?
      1. подводник 26 October 2011 04: 25 New
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        He said that he lived in Lithuania, then in Novorossiysk.
  16. jamert
    jamert 25 October 2011 20: 28 New
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    Oil found in Antarctica. The bloody penguin regime did not have long to torment its people.
    1. ESCANDER
      ESCANDER 25 October 2011 20: 31 New
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      Damn.
      Khan Penguins.
      They definitely do not have democracy there.
    2. подводник 26 October 2011 01: 24 New
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      Set-off !!!!!! wink wink wink
  17. SVD
    SVD 25 October 2011 20: 31 New
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    Uncle Sam wrote:

    I’m still waiting for Iran to bend down, it’s too foul education ..


    You, you see, were bent well in the Union, already still puffing with anger ...
  18. karnics
    karnics 25 October 2011 22: 19 New
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    Can I stick in my five cents ... Personally, my opinion is that the Libyan war still comes around to the west. The West lost the information war, the masks were ripped off, and it’s worth it. The whole world stopped believing in “democratization” and is actively arming itself, trying to protect its right to exist, despite the fact that this war is not over yet, the West is bogged down in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. It’s very short-sighted to wage a war in the conditions of a crazy economic crisis. Apparently, the purpose of these wars justifies the costs of their conduct. This is the last attempt of the West to play the Vabank game, the goal of which is to save Western civilization, which has come to an inevitable end ... The West has dried up, it has ended not only economic, but and a spiritual, informational crisis ... The era of Russia is not Russia, namely Russia, Russia is only part of Great Russia, although it is the largest, there is also Belorussia, Ukraine (Little Russia is not because it is small in size, but because the original Kiev mother Russian cities) and only the presence of all 3 elements determines Great Russia ... But this period will be very difficult for all of us and it will be responsible like giving birth when a new formation, a new ideology, a new history, a new culture, a new fair civilization ...
    All of the above is my subjective opinion!
    1. Yves762 26 October 2011 02: 16 New
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      West is not interested in anyone's opinion ... recourse
      1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 19 New
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        It may be of interest if a key is attached to the opinion with which the pipe overlaps.
        But in order to really show not a sickle with a hammer in the “window to Europe”, but a pipe wrench, we must tidy up here, in order not only to live on a pipe.
        That's when the pipe - this is the case. And they will listen to the opinion.
    2. ballian
      ballian 26 October 2011 09: 49 New
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      A little information about "getting bogged down in Iraq" - the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq is at the completion stage - the remaining 40 thousands there will be completely withdrawn by January 1.
      What is the "era of Russia" is incomprehensible - technologically and industrially backward country with a catastrophically dying population, the lion's share of its relative prosperity due to the extracted oil and gas.
      1. dodil
        dodil 26 October 2011 12: 33 New
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        Just because the United States will withdraw troops from Iraq does not mean that "victory has been won." This is an escape. Shameful ... And people in Iraq will die in even greater numbers than now. But exploding along with suicide bombers in markets and squares, they will certainly shout, "God! Save America." Under Saddam (by the way, not an angel) there were no terror acts in Iraq at all. And Iraq did not have WMD either. So the question is, why the hell did the US fight in Iraq? Whom did they save? Who was helped? What killed several thousand American soldiers? For what the citizens of Iraq died and continue to die, by the way the numbers are several hundred !! thousands of people. And in Libya, who was the "Chief Villain." Who was saved there? And from whom? Do you remember for an hour the beginning of March 2011 - "African mercenaries of Gaddafi rape the residents of Misurata." When the Libyans die of hunger and poverty - and this is not far off, they will certainly shout, "Lord! Save America." And by the way, dear ballian, I and my friends - residents of Russia - do not need to be saved from anyone. Nobody oppresses me. And I don’t believe in shit democracy. BUT I want to independently determine my life in my country. AND I DO NOT WANT TO BE A "SACRIFICE OF THE LAMB"
        And the "era of Russia" will be that the third world will end thanks to Russia. Flair brings you)) Do not feel where the wind is blowing. Not much time will pass - and the American zilch will burst. And then not to global dominance will be your vaunted states. Take a trip to Illinois, for example. And tell the local Army of the homeless that in Syria and Iran there are evil tyrants, and it takes a lot of money and human lives to overthrow them. I’m only afraid that they will be deeply fucked by this - they just have nothing to eat !!! By the way, it’s not long to wait)
  19. wolverine7778
    wolverine7778 25 October 2011 22: 51 New
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    2012 will be the most critical year in the history of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The fact that Nazarbayev accepted Tony Blair as economic adviser does not say that he will necessarily advise on the economy. questions, he is needed first of all as a mediator of the negotiation process between Astana and Washington, Brussels on overthrowing him as president, the situation in the economy is changing for the worse every hour, a second wave of crisis is approaching for which the government is absolutely not ready, people are embittered, deceived equity holders they jump from ten-story buildings, people rush into the buildings of the ruling country’s party, are poured with kerosene and burn themselves, terrorist acts are taking place throughout the republic, false calls about acts of planted bombs have become more frequent, in the country of which this is unusual. All this indicates the beginning of the opening of the second front in Central Asia, and it was in the soft underbelly of Russia)))
    1. URB
      URB 26 October 2011 01: 56 New
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      2012 will be a turning point for many!
      1. Banshee 26 October 2011 09: 22 New
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        Quote: wolverine7778
        it is needed first of all as a mediator of the negotiation process between Astana and Washington, Brussels for its non-objection from the post of president,


        Well nifiga yourself ... So you want to say that Nazarbayev already imagines himself "overthrown"? Gaddafizirovatsya?
        Something I did not understand, to be honest.
    2. nnnnnnnnn
      nnnnnnnnn 26 October 2011 21: 06 New
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      I respect, you understand me, thank you.
  20. jamert
    jamert 26 October 2011 17: 14 New
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    - Mr. Bush! Oil found in Zanzibar! - Yes? So they have one there! There is no democracy. Need to do. - So in North Korea, too, there is no ... democracy. “And they don’t have oil there either.” Why the hell is democracy?
  21. opium21 26 October 2011 17: 28 New
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    why do we project ourselves in the role of the future victim - let them be our defeated enemies, they will lose a lot of confidence in their strength 50% of victory who of you fought knows Russian - victory
  22. nnnnnnnnn
    nnnnnnnnn 26 October 2011 21: 12 New
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    for information
    http://nnm.ru/blogs/OlDi/spisok-finansiruemyh-cru-rossiyskih-obshestvennyh-organ
    izaciy / # cut
    http://nnm.ru/blogs/exDesantnik/strategiya-dzhihada/#cut