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Matters of National Security

Long story short:

The President of Kazakistan for 30 years aged to be 81 and he appointed his successor a couple of years ago. It was decided a Kazakh named T would be president. The several times prime minister M was Uzbek and was passed over for the presidency. T was given the presidency, and after a couple years during which M and the old president still exercised much power behind the scenes much like the Deep State in America. A few days ago T put a stop to it and M and the elderly former president were demoted.

The corrupt head of security M had been able to run things to his liking under the elderly former president. M was a also a graduate of the University of Wuhan, a good friend of the Bidens, as well as a Biden business partner. M also had done favors for the Clintons.

M planned a color revolution with Biden and Clinton affiliated Deep State NGOs and operatives of earlier color revolutions to oust T and seize the presidency. The color revolution was launched and failed.

M was arrested and charged with high treason. The Russians came to the aid of T and stabilized the situation. The Kazak police and military are currently hunting down the rebels with orders to shoot to kill. Many burearucrats who supported M "committed suicide". The Russians are expected to leave in a few days.

The Deep State wanted to remove Kazakistan from Russian influence, partly due to the multiple strategic and financial resources of Kazakistan, as a distraction for Russia from the Ukraine buildup, and partly due to the multi-front war against the Deep State currently being fought by Putin's Russia.

Why it matters - what it has to do with America and Russia: Details...

Mass protests and anti-government violence have left dozens dead. Russia is deploying 3,000 paratroopers after Kazakh security forces were overrun. The largest city, Almaty, looks like a war zone. To appreciate why Russia is willing to deploy troops to Kazakhstan, it's critical to understand the depth of Russia's vital national interests inside the country. This isn't just any former Soviet republic. It's almost as important to Russia as Belarus or Ukraine.

First, Russia and Kazakhstan have the largest continuous land border on planet earth. If Kazakhstan destabilizes, a significant fraction of the country's 19 million residents could become refugees streaming across the border. Russia is not willing to let that happen.

Second, roughly one-quarter of the population of Kazakhstan is ethnic Russians. Kazakh nationalists are overwhelmingly Muslims, who resent the Orthodox-Christian Russian minority. Russia believes that civil war would entail a non-trivial risk of anti-Russian ethnic cleansing.

Third, the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan was the heart of the Soviet space program. Russia still uses it as its primary space-launch facility. The Vostochny Cosmodrome in Russia's Far East will lessen that dependence, but it still isn't complete.

Fourth, Russia conducts its Anti-Ballistic Missile testing at the Sary-Shagan test site within Kazakhstan. This is where ongoing development of the S-550 ABM system is occurring, one of the foundations of Russia's national security.

Fifth, Russia's nuclear fuel cycle is intimately linked to Kazakhstan. Russian-backed Uranium mining operations are active in the country. Uranium from Kazakhstan is enriched in Novouralsk, Russia and then returned to Kazakhstan for use in Chinese nuclear-fuel assemblies.

Collectively, these security interests make Kazakhstan a region that Russia is willing to stabilize with force. The 3,000 troops it has already committed are not the maximum it is willing to deploy. If necessary, these will only be the first wave of RU forces in the country. The biggest question is how the situation in Kazakhstan will affect the existing standoff between Russia and NATO over Ukraine. Will Russia be deterred from intervention in Ukraine by the need to maintain reserves to deploy to Kazakhstan? Or will it simply be provoked?

"in Moscow, it is currently receiving 24/7 news coverage, like it's an apocalyptic threat to Russia's security. I've had the TV on here while writing this thread, and Kazakhstan has been on the entire time."

That's because it is a very big deal to Russia. Kazakhstan is former Russian territory. And I don't mean Soviet territory, but before in Czarist Russia times. It was the Bolsheviks that split away Kazakhstan from Russia in the early part of the Soviet era. To Russia, there is far more at stake here than meets the western eye.

The fomenting of revolt is coming from the numerous NGOs permitted to operate in Kazakhstan. Russia views this as a hybrid war, but there is another factor in which ISIS and Al Queda is operating at the southern border and are viewed as having Turkish support to establish the 'Great Turan' along with Cabal Western support. This is why Russia has sent, along with Armenia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, military to Kazakhstan in accordance to their peace-keeping post-Soviet Pact.

Having Russia send troops to wide areas of the Kazakhstani nation is an indication that the NWO Cabal has lost control of Kazakhistan. And I don't believe the Biden Administration or NATO will have much leverage to prevent Moscow going in to stabilize the Kazakhstan government.

Uranium one, Russia's space testing and launching center, a secret biological warfare lab built by our own DOD but used by Chinese and Russian scientists, oil pipelines, lotta stuff goes on in Kazakhistan. It was an American missile base with nukes until a few years ago, in addition to an American base.

All this and bitcoin too: "Kazakhstan emerged earlier this year as one of the world’s winners to attract Bitcoin miners after China cracked down on the practice. By August, Kazakhstan had become the second-largest Bitcoin mining country in the world after the U.S., according to data from Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance."

Russia perceives this to be an act of "hybrid war." Right or wrong, that perception is fueling a desire for revenge.

What is "hybrid war"? From the Russian perspective, it is a two-pronged approach to regime change. First, Western-backed NGOs encourage large protests against an incumbent government. Second, armed provocateurs use the protests as cover to stage kinetic attacks.

Moscow believes that this playbook was employed successfully in Ukraine to oust the Russian-aligned government in 2014. And it believes that the West unsuccessfully attempted to employ the same strategy to topple Russia's allies in Syria and Belarus.

America plays into Russian paranoia by funding "civil society" NGOs overseas.

It's important to note that today (Jan.7) is Christmas in Russia. (They celebrate it on January 7th rather than December 25th, due to the Russian Orthodox church still adhering to the Julian Calendar.) When Christmas is overshadowed by a security crisis, it's a big deal.

M also did a favor for the Clintons by approving the sale of uranium resources to a major Clinton Donor (Uranium One).

Mukhtar Dzhakishev, who was arrested last year on corruption charges that he has denied, described the deal as "a financing mechanism of the Democratic Party" and said a Clinton adviser named Tim Phillips championed it in meetings with him and other officials.

The deal came under scrutiny in the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign after the New York Times reported Giustra donated $31 million to the Clinton Foundation after he and Clinton visited Kazakhstan in September 2005. Critics accused Clinton of improperly using his influence and lending his prestige to an authoritarian government to help a donor.

Dzhakishev said he took Phillips to see other Kazakh officials, including Karim Masimov, now the prime minister, and the problem holding up Giustra's deal was resolved.

More to come soon:

About to start dumping all the Kazakhstan documents. The guy on left is named Karim Masimov. He was until a few days ago head of state security and is a former PM under prior president. He was guy negotiating with Hunter all the way back in 2014 to sell Kazahstan gas fields to CINOC, the communist China state oil company. Guy on left is Kenes Rakishev. Rakishev has fled country and Masimov has been arrested and charged with treason. To which country did Masinov betray Kazakhstan? China OR USA? Because Hunter is in the center of it all. But #CIA, #FBI, #State had no idea Hunter was doing any of this. This could literally take down Biden administration. Trust me when I say, 2022 will be a year of dramatic revelations . . . . 😎

#Kazakhstan With #CSTO forces securing military facilities and sensitive points such as some airports, the Kazakh army continues to carry out operations. Special Forces "A" of the #KNB have neutralised an Islamist cell according to media reports #BREAKING

About that US Biolab in Kazakhstan:

M was an honored alumni of Wuhan University:

Karim Masimov, one of Wuhan University (WHU)’s most distinguished alumnus, was re-appointed the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan. It was his third time to be appointed as the Prime Minister. President Xiaohong Li extended his timely congratulations to Mr. Masimov. In the congratulatory letter, President Li highly appreciated Mr. Masimov’s contribution to the mutual cooperation between WHU and universities in Kazakhstan. Furthermore, he invited Mr. Masimov to revisit WHU in the future.

Attacks on the Deep State in Numerous places is happening:

Military tech being demonstrated? Intimidation?

Elon's cryptic tweet with picture about lasers in space:

Remember when Obama's people gave guns to the Sinaloa Cartel in Mexico? Suddenly a legal war revealing the participants is arising there.

A Mexican judge has issued seven arrest warrants related to a decade-old cross border arms trafficking sting, including for the country's most notorious drug lord and an ex-security minister, the attorney general's office said on Sunday.

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the convicted Sinaloa cartel boss, ex-Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna and former federal police intelligence official Luis Cardenas, were named in a Sunday statement from the attorney general's office linked to the so-called "Fast and Furious" gun running scandal from 2009-2011.

The first FAA grounding of flights since 9-11:

On the afternoon of Monday, January 10, 2022, at around 2:30 PM PST, the Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop order to all planes, at least in the western United States. The temporary pause on all movements to and from airports included aviators being ordered to land and lasted roughly between seven and 20 minutes before it was lifted and services returned to normal. There has so far been no explanation given for this action. In this vacuum of information, some are connecting the highly peculiar event to another ballistic missile test launch out of North Korea, the second in less than a week, that traveled 435 miles from its launch point, impacting relatively far out into the sea of Japan.

If the North Korean missile test was mis-catagorized as a possible threat, even if briefly, there may be new protocols in place since the rogue Kim regime achieved ICBM capability to alert the FAA and issue a halt on operations. It's also worth noting that this was likely another test of either a hypersonic boost-glide vehicle or a maneuvering re-entry vehicle (MaRV), the latter of which would also travel at hypersonic speeds. Yonhap News states this test projectile reached Mach 10, double the velocity of the hypersonic threshold.

So why wasn't there more news coverage? There was, but apparently suppressed:

Fox News ^| 01/11/2022 | Stephen Sorace |

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reportedly ordered a full ground stop at airports in the western U.S. on Monday around the same time that North Korea was believed to have launched a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan.

It was not immediately clear whether both incidents were related.

Flights at California’s Burbank Airport were halted for about 15 minutes after the FAA ordered a temporary ground stop around 2:30 p.m., airport spokeswoman Nerissa Sugars told Fox News Digital.

Flights were also halted from taking off for about 5 to 7 minutes at San Diego International Airport after air control advised of a national ground stop around 2:30 p.m. local time, airport spokeswoman Sabrina LoPiccolo told Fox New Digital. She referred Fox News to the FAA for more information.

Radio recordings of air traffic controllers advising of the ground stop were obtained by news outlets.

At California’s Burbank Airport, air traffic controllers asked a pilot to land after saying they were advised of "some sort of national security threat," NBC "Today" reported.

(Excerpt) Read more at ...

Also CNN:

(CNN) — A ground stop was issued to some West Coast pilots for a short period of time following a North American Aerospace Defense Command alert of a launch of a North Korean missile, a US official said Tuesday.

The official says it was not a national ground stop and may have been issued by a regional air traffic control facility.

The Federal Aviation Administration, responsible for the nation’s air traffic control system, and NORAD have not responded to CNN’s multiple requests for comment on why some pilots were ordered to land and prevented from taking off from multiple West Coast airports on Monday afternoon, citing a “national ground stop.”

LiveATC air traffic control recordings of the Burbank Airport in California detail a controller telling a Southwest flight “there’s ground stops all departures, all airports right now. The message we got is it’s until further notice.”

Another recording of the control tower frequency in Hillsboro, Oregon, captures the controller telling the pilot of a Cessna to land, saying “we just got a notice that we need to do a national ground stop.”

A spokesperson for the San Diego International Airport told CNN the airport “was instructed by Air Traffic Control that there was a national ground stop but shortly after [5-7 minutes] our operations team was told it was lifted.”

Supply Chain Melt Down Imminent:

Canada was the largest goods export market in 2019. Canada was the United States’ 3rd largest supplier of goods imports in 2019. U.S. goods imports from Canada totaled $319.4 billion. 70% of that trade is moved by truck.

In about a week the Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate will mean around 30,000 cross-border truckers will be forced to shut down. Starting January 15, truckers will be forced to show proof of vaccine.“Starting January 15th, 2022, truckers must show a proof of vaccine to cross the Canada/US borders. Since March 2020, drivers were considered “essential”. They could cross the border without a covid test or the vaccine. Under Biden/Trudeau administration, this is about to change”:

22 000 truckers are about to lose their job. But this estimate is from the Canadian Trucking Association. The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) estimated this number closer to 31 000 truckers.

We are looking at a meltdown of the supply chain, or at least some severe disruption.

Consider the Strategic Picture for the Deep State, Russia and China:

Nuclear deterrence only works if the Commander in Chief isn't owned by the adversary - as Biden apparently is with China. An EMP would incapacitate an already largely crippled America in the next few weeks as the highly contagious omicron sweeps through, and Biden's policies further cripple supply chains, first responders, the military, and medical services.

China has been building up an invasion force near Taiwan for months.

Russia has been building an invasion force for the Ukraine for months.

The Deep State is to an unknown but extensive extent controlling America. Putin has referred to the mischief in Kazakistan as a color revolution, which the Deep State and Soros have repeatedly been behind in other Russian allied countries (Syria and Belarus).

Did military planners have a new level of concern if a missile was launched - resulting in the FAA grounding? This is the first time since 9-11 that this has happened.

Undersea Cable Connecting Norway With Arctic Satellite Station Has Been Mysteriously Severed

The cables run through a highly strategic stretch of water near where the Barents and Norwegian Sea meet.

An undersea fiberoptic cable located between mainland Norway and the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic Ocean has been put out of action in a still-mysterious incident. The outage on the subsea communications cable — the furthest north of its kind anywhere in the world — follows an incident last year in which different cables linking an undersea surveillance network off the Norwegian coast were severed, a story that we covered in detail at the time.

The latest disruption involves one of two fiberoptic cables that enable communications between the Norwegian mainland and Norwegian-administered Svalbard that lies between the mainland and the North Pole. The outage occurred on the morning of January 7, but was first widely reported yesterday. The extent of the damage is not clear from the official press release from Space Norway, the country's space agency, which maintains the cables primarily in support of the Svalbard Satellite Station (SvalSat), but it is significant enough that it is expected to require the services of an ocean-going cable-laying vessel.

Also China.

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