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Carnage and Combat In Kazakhstan: A Video Mashup (NSFW)

Published Jan. 6, 2022

Pandemonium broke out in Kazakhstan's main city of Almaty on the 5th and 6th of January 2022 as open fighting erupted between anti government protestors and government security forces, which has resulted in several deaths on both sides.


The demonstrators, in an act of protest against an increase in fuel prices and their corrupt government, torched a presidential residence as well as the mayor's office. Several cars were torched, banks and ATMs were robbed, and stores were looted.


Kazakh police claim to have killed dozens of protestors, while at least 13 security forces members were killed, two of which were reportedly beheaded. The riots are being described as the worst violence in Kazakhstan's 30 years of independence.


The Russian military has already deployed hundreds of paratroopers to quell the anti government uprisings, as they fear their interests with the oil and uranium rich nation are in jeopardy. Kazakhstan's president is writing the attempted revolution off as "foreign-inspired," and has labeled the opposition protestors as terrorists.


Russian and Kazakh state media sources are claiming that the revolt is subsiding, however, that cannot be confirmed as the Kazakh government has shut down internet access to its citizens, which stifles the information flow from free media and witnesses on the ground.


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Published Jan. 6, 2022

Pandemonium broke out in Kazakhstan's main city of Almaty on the 5th and 6th of January 2022 as open fighting erupted between anti government protestors and government security forces, which has resulted in several deaths on both sides.


The demonstrators, in an act of protest against an increase in fuel prices and their corrupt government, torched a presidential residence as well as the mayor's office. Several cars were torched, banks and ATMs were robbed, and stores were looted.


Kazakh police claim to have killed dozens of protestors, while at least 13 security forces members were killed, two of which were reportedly beheaded. The riots are being described as the worst violence in Kazakhstan's 30 years of independence.


The Russian military has already deployed hundreds of paratroopers to quell the anti government uprisings, as they fear their interests with the oil and uranium rich nation are in jeopardy. Kazakhstan's president is writing the attempted revolution off as "foreign-inspired," and has labeled the opposition protestors as terrorists.


Russian and Kazakh state media sources are claiming that the revolt is subsiding, however, that cannot be confirmed as the Kazakh government has shut down internet access to its citizens, which stifles the information flow from free media and witnesses on the ground.


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