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29 After Civil War in Kyrgyzstan

After Civil War in Kyrgyzstan

Posted on April 8, 2010 by


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So, as was said before the coup was fast, the clashes went thru and stopped and now the city stays quite with the streets deserted, with new people in power.

Street scenery still though can give a clue what was going on last evening, during the protests, the violence, the looting that was all over thru the town.

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29 Responses to “After Civil War in Kyrgyzstan”

  1. josh says:

    1st 1st time?

  2. JZ says:

    And it was a year later but on the same day as we had riot of opposition in Chisinau, Moldova. Only in Kyrgyziya it seems things got a lot worse. I hate when people use angry mobs to go steal and destroy private and public property…

  3. Allen says:

    Coming to America……

  4. Testicules says:

    These pictures kind of look like the pictures from St Petersburg or Moscow in previous posts. A little bit more fire damage is all…..

  5. YJ says:

    This is a step taken in the negative direction, but some people here in the US would say this is progress. Only time will tell wither or not the new government will be overthrown again.

  6. DouglasUrantia says:

    In the riots of Los Angeles, California of 1992 over three thousand buildings were burned to the ground. When there are riots in the USA, we do it up professionally.

  7. m says:

    Can you make a post about what happened? Because we don’t know political situation in Kyrgyztan. When you don’t know what is all about, these photos are no interest.

  8. These things happen. Old government corrupt, new government corrupt, socialist or capitalist, corrupt.

  9. Ivana Benderova says:

    I am certain that these photos are from the country of “Carjackistan.” ;~)

  10. Testicules says:

    What are they fighting for? They should be fighting to get out of that country, not to run it. That has to be the arm pit of the world.

  11. Bau-Bau says:

    In our news here in Romania it said nothing about this civil war. The censorship is working just fine ;)

  12. mike says:

    Civil war? Really?

  13. Erik says:

    The main reason for that situation in Kyrgyzstan is poverty and illiteracy.

  14. Erik says:

    FYI Half-educated countrymen are called as “MYRKI” which is perceived as pejorative word in Kyrgyzstan. The equivalent definition for such persons in Kazakhstan – “Mambet”. Please do not try to use these words in KG and KZ for safety reasons.

  15. Randy says:

    What will it take for Obanga to flee America on a private jet?

  16. den says:

    Our life’s a side-show attraction, we do our best to please, our life is a side-show attraction, death, decay and disease:)

  17. Rob says:

    Great pictures, thanks for sharing. I lived in Kyrgyzstan for four months back in 2002/2003. It’s a beautiful country, and a shame revolution had to come so violently. I’ve been to the government buildings and walked down those wide boulevards shown in some of those pictures. Unfortunately I’ve forgotten most of the Kygyz I had learned there, and my Russian has never been anything more than what I could memorize from a phrase book, so I have only had western news sources to rely on for news of the revolution. Thank you for posting these pictures. I appreciate it.

  18. Mr. Anti-Semite says:

    Did they go after the Jews?

  19. kalashnikov says:

    This will probably never happen in the US because the people there are passive and brainwashed beyond anything in this world.

  20. Erik says:

    To Mr.Anti-Semite
    Dude it’s all about politics. Find more info on http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/apr/08/kyrgyzstan-opposition-seizes-power

  21. I thought Bakiyev fled to Osh(southern Kyrgyzstan)?

    I hope now they’ll have a chance of making their country better with the corrupt goverment ousted

    Also ‘Russian Army’-category, what in the hell

  22. kreep says:

    That looks just like Newark New Jersey on a good day

  23. Very Funny says:

    OMG, city look like after huragan

  24. glassman says:

    Wow looks like there would be a lot of work for glaziers. Thats a lot of broken glass.

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