Sunday, March 27, 2005

Revolution starts to fall apart in chaotic Kyrgyzstan

"Arguably, the revolution came too soon. The main figures named to the interim administration represent quite different groups and interests. They already appear to be jockeying among themselves for the presidency. This does not bode well for a united interim government - let alone one that will last until late June.

"Among the more ominous signs from Bishkek yesterday were reports of ad hoc militias being set up by individual ethnic groups, including Russians, intent on defending the lives and property of their own communities.


Blogger steve said...


I wonder if I could be the first at using the caustic, "BWAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!" to describe Chimpy's newest "farce on democracy" in Central Asia.

I can't wait to see what the Russian pundits like Chris Floyd and Vasily Bubnov do with this newest fiasco from BushCo and the neo-con delusionists.

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