7 Steaming Boiler That Exploded

Steaming Boiler That Exploded

Posted on December 26, 2011 by


December 16th, 2011 will figure in history not only as the 20th anniversary of independent Kazakhstan, but as a beginning of tragic events which took place in Zhanaozen, a small city located in the west of the country.

This is the commentary by Dosym Satpaev, a political analyst, on what could trigger the disturbance.


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'Don't shoot at your people!'

According to Satpaev, it is neither the USA, Turkey nor Russia which stand behind the protest action. It is an inner conflict and a result of a 'steaming boiler' which had been boiling for so long that it finally exploded.

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7 Responses to “Steaming Boiler That Exploded”

  1. alien says:

    Since there is no black gold or other deposits, foreign officials or even media do not care. How disgusting.

  2. petrohof says:

    “Governement has removed itself too far away from the people. One of the means how to make the two hear each other is elections. In Kazakhstan, unfortunately, people don’t believe that elections may change the situation for the better.”

    same could be said about USA

  3. (r)evolutionist says:

    Happy capitalist New Year, Kazakhstan…

  4. Akskl says:

    Currently existing political systems in Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, etc. are not post-Soviet, they are neo-Soviet.

  5. Akskl says:

    And I am first again! Where all the people who were obsessed to be first?

  6. I AM SO GRATEFUL TO LIVE IN CANADA.

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