Protests in Kazakhstan over the increase in the cost of natural gas have spilled into a widespread anti-government protest. The government has resigned. Is it a Maidan? I don’t know that much about Kazakhstan but I know one thing, Kazakhstan is a country where Western funded NGOs are not so hindered in their work. Every Eastern country with Soros and USAid funded outfits is bound to be ass raped by Maidans, and Svidomism.
Authoritarian Kazakhstan has good relations with Russia, and consequently an economy better than Ukraine. What do you think awaits a country that suffers from Maidan and ethnic strife? Will it have a cheaper gas?
By the way, Kazakhstan was created out of a Russian territory by the Bolsheviks, and if Kazakhstan loses its head, Russia will need to correct this Bolshevik decision. The territorial integrity of these formerly Russian lands is based on Moscow’s good will.