Protest against of Dictatorial regime in Kazakhstan
On December 6, 2022 Kazakh activists and patriots in the USA held a rally in front of Consulate General of the Republic of Kazakhstan, New York City against the dictatorship and regime headed by Nursultan Nazarbayev and his successor Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. The activists demanded to stop shooting people and immediate withdrawal of Russian led CSTO troops from Kazakhstan.
On January 2, 2022 massive protests began in Kazakhstan after sudden sharp increase in liquified gas prices. The protest started in rich oil-producing city of Zhanaozen and quickly spread to other cities in Kazakhstan. Protesters demanded not only economical but political reforms and eliminating the corrupt dictatorial regime. Army and police started joining protesters, fear of losing power prompted the regime to call on foreign troops. Tokayev called peaceful protesters “foreign backed terrorists and bandits”, claiming that only in Almaty city alone were 20,000 terrorists. On January 7th dictator Tokayev ordered troops to "Shoot to Kill Without Warning”. Over 200 people were killed and 12,000 protesters were arrested. Currently regime torturing detainees forcing innocent people to confess their guilt and call themselves “terrorists”.