The following is a translation of a letter to Jeenbekov Soronbai, the newly seated president of Kyrgyzstan, that we received from our partner Bolotbek Batilov (photo above), in Kyrgyzstan. Comments and notes [in brackets in italics] are by Vince Dhimos. I have added copious notes because most American readers are not aware of how unscrupulous Westerners are infiltrating countries not aligned with the US and using deceit and generous “grants” to buy politicians. We are seeing this not only in Kyrgyzstan but also in Hong Kong. These are the same people who took down Ukraine, converting it into the poorest country in Europe (according to IMF statistics). Mr. Batilov is the chairman of the Kyrgyzstan-based World League of Citizens and Civic Associations, which has in the past organized a worldwide meeting of well-known pro-family activists, mostly Christian – though Mr. Batilov is Muslim. He had the insight to understand that the US regime-change agenda transcends religious barriers, attempting to discredit traditional values everywhere. He had alerted New Silk Strategies months ago of a protest in Kyrgyzstan that had left the government paralyzed and had seen Almazbek Atambayev, the ex-president of the central Asian nation, arrested. This story later made headlines around the world and has a lot of people bewildered. But from what our partner told me, I realized this was nothing more than a colour revolution and something about it reeked of George Soros.
Here is Soros’ site in Kyrgyzstan https://www.opengovpartnership.org/. Operating freely until such time as it is banned. Let’s hope that happens sooner than later.
Ref. No. 806
To the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
Mr. Jeenbekov Sooronbay Sharipovich
from Bolotbek Batilov, Chairman of the NGO "WORLD LEAGUE OF CITIZENS AND CIVIL ASSOCIATIONS"
Dear Sooronbai Sharipovich!
The destructive intervention of all kinds of pseudo-ideologies and false values has actually modulated a parasitic form of socio-political relations in the state. [He is most likely referring to non-traditional social values, eg, worship of the various orientations, foisted on his country by Western agents like George Soros]
State political potential, and therefore economic potential, was demanded by political parties. This led to the intensive denationalization of the country's economic resources and their transfer to private hands. The supreme legislative body, consisting qualitatively of businessmen, pursuing its narrowly partisan goals, became a supplier to state institutions of corrupt officials, who, in turn, formed party-political enclaves and distorted the functional integrity of state institutions and their inter-relationship.
The state rapidly began to lose its control levers, and with it the political will and ability to make meaningful decisions.
Denationalization of strategic and economic systems and other sources of budget formation inevitably led to the transformation of state bodies into crisis management systems that are shaken by the systemic crises they themselves create. [The famous “privatization” demanded by Western institutions such as IMF and World Bank, to channel funds into the corporatist-capitalist system that widens the income gap]
Inconsistency of budgetary resources with the maintenance of a huge staff of managers with high salaries, duplicating each other and at the same time unable to provide high-quality social services to the citizens, generates three phenomena:
1. Subsidized dependence of the state on foreign [foreign in this context would seem to mean essentially American and refers to the influence of NGOs like USAID, NED and Soros foundations, all of which contributed to the downfall of Ukraine and gave birth to the various colour revolutions. However, since US-supported Turkish opposition leader Gulen is mentioned here in the context of religious influence, an unwelcome influence on religion is also apparently present] loans and grants, which entail certain consequences in the form of "binding recommendations" which are nothing more than elements of a hidden form of foreign control. Thus, state bodies themselves began to turn into tools not only to plunder the country and people, but into an instrument to achieve goals and protect the interests of a narrow circle of party functionaries and their families. Imaginary state projects, hiding behind such wordings as "public-private partnership," are being created.
They plunder the budget in two stages:
a) When they start an imaginary project financed from the budget, and then artificially bankrupt it ...
b) By artificially creating lawsuits, they intentionally lose and pay compensation claims from the budget.
2. The cultivation of public distrust of state bodies and the growth of protest sentiments.
3. Having accounts, property and family members abroad, officials holding political positions and deputies lose their immunity from the impact of foreign project lobbies.
These are the sad realities of state institutions.
The second focus of expansion of foreign forces is the civilian sector.
Allocating huge amounts of money in the form of grants, they formed a broad layer of the pseudo-human rights sector, relentlessly shrieking about virtual human rights and blaming both the state and the people themselves, their mentality, psychotype, the system of true cultural values and even language... [Feminism and the LGBT agenda are part of this and it is force-fed to the country by the West]
In their hysterical screeches inspired by grants from foreign donors, these moral lumpen are essentially conspicuous legal extremists. Demanding legislative recognition and protection of sexual perversions as an achievement of high culture and civilization. These grant parasites, encroaching on the unshakable moral foundations of our multinational and multiconfessional people, manage to speak out on behalf of the people against whose interests they develop their activities.
Currently, these agents of foreign influence, in close cooperation with individual members of political parties, are working to destroy the state institutions responsible for the security of the state and society. They demand the withdrawal of the State Committee for National Security from the control of the head of state, ie, the popularly elected president, and their transfer under the jurisdiction of political parties within the walls of the Jogorku Kenesh [Supreme Council] (with the professional titles that we described in Part I).
Recently, these agents of foreign influence, relying on the support of their donors and taking advantage of the weaknesses of corrupt state institutions, have created structures that allow them to intervene and even participate in the political management of the country. The open government project is a good example of this. [The word “open” in the context of foreign influence clearly points to a Soros foundation. George Soros works under the aegis of “Open Society” foundations. The best-known US regime-change NGOs have all been banned in Russia and China. I believe savvy Kyrgyz activists opposing the US influence understand the need to ban these NGOs. Russian President Putin has recently met with ex-President Atambaev and the latter feels that this meeting will help immunize him from the attacks against him. In a separate meeting, Putin also advised the current president Sooronbay Jeenbekov not to pursue a legal assault on the past president.]
All initiatives emanating from the foreign-funded so-called human rights organizations are aimed at destroying the legal security of society and the state. And remarkably, they perform these actions on behalf of the people themselves! Even more remarkably, they are supported by certain officials holding political positions, entire groups of political parties with deputy mandates in the Jogorku Kenesh. Their activity can be called legal extremism, which necessitates the immediate adoption of a law "on agents of foreign influence."
The third area of foreign ideological intervention is the religious spectrum. After 72 years of atheistic domination, the vacuum of the religious field was intensively filled with all sorts of religious actions and activists bearing elements of Islam closely intertwined with the national and cultural values of those nation-states in whose educational institutions they received so-called religious education. What commentary does not require from this, but it must be noted that many hidden directions have formed that often conflict not only with our [Kyrgyz] national values, but also enter into irreconcilable contradictions within the Islamic community, as well as with the principles contained in the Holy Quran. We are talking about Gülen’s liberalization, etc., which lead to a distortion of the essence of true Islam and the revision of the Holy Quran itself! [Fethullah Gülen is the leader of an opposition movement against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who suspects Gülen of being behind the attempted coup in 2016 and suspects the US of being involved].
Directed from abroad [ie, the US], the destruction of the system of ideological, national cultural and spiritual values, accompanied by abundant grants (and, accordingly, urgent "recommendations") forms social intolerance and [undermines] public confidence in state institutions....
The list of forms and content of destructive processes goes on endlessly. And there is no need to talk about what consequences they entail.
The purpose of this forum is to discuss these topical issues and, through the consolidation of youth and women of Kyrgyzstan, to develop a common civic position regarding the development and strengthening of sovereignty, and then come up with the following proposals to the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Soronbay Jeenbekov to take necessary measures:
1) Introduction of the institution of public-state control through public hearings / discussion in the Internet space!
Social and political processes occur against the backdrop of a sharp information war. The totally corrupt system is trying not only to maintain its position, but also to go on the offensive (tribalism, etc.). In such an environment, it is natural that the president is in a position to search for optimal, less painful and at the same time effective ways to fight corruption ...
This effective formula is the formation of a “public-state commission”! There will be no reason for decisions of such a commission to show signs of tribalism, clannishness, nepotism or other signs! It is important that the quality of this subject is not weakened by people who do not enjoy the trust of the public!
The fight against corruption is a struggle to restore the rights of the people! And in this struggle, only the true society can be an ally of the president! This is due to the political nature of the very meaning of the fight against corruption!
2) Restore the rights of citizens to “ELECT” and “BE ELECTED” - restoration of a single-mandate electoral system!
3) Introduction of the institution of lay judges in the courts with online video recording of processes.
4) Adoption of a law on foreign agents. [As I said above, foreign agents operating in the interests of their countries of origin, but against the interests of the Kyrgyz people, must be banned as they are in Russia and China]
5) The return of the institute of presidential rule! PARTY MANAGEMENT FORM VALIDATED BY PARLIAMENTARISM DOES NOT JUSTIFY ITSELF AND IN FACT DISCREDITS ITSELF (parties are created, and the president is responsible)!
6) Confer a social orientation to education and healthcare! Curtail and eliminate the destructive process of forming and developing private areas that destroy their social quality and their social orientation. [Private areas would focus, for example, on making certain agencies like insurance agencies rich at the expense of the health care quality]
Education and healthcare should be a priority in the strategy for developing the state national ideology since it is these two areas that are the basis for the formation, preservation and development of a healthy society, and hence a healthy state.
7) The formation of the “WORLD INTER-CITIZEN FINANCIAL-ECONOMIC ROAD MAP” as a necessary “product” formed by the challenges and requirements of the times. The memorandum by nature is focused on assisting the formation of intergovernmental understanding and meets the interests of all states and peoples of the world.
8) If the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Jogorku Kenesh (Supreme Council) of the Kyrgyz Republic is working well, then continue its work. If not, incumbent and ex-corrupt officials and deputies must be held accountable. There is no third way. Kyrgyzstan is not a testing ground. Those officials and deputies who stole, betrayed the interests of the people, contributed to the looting of the state, sabotaged, ignored, or were inactive, should not go unpunished!
Chairman of the World League of
Citizens and Civic Associations
Batilov Bolotbek Dzhenishovich
mobile phone: +996708451374 (Whatsapp, Wechat)
Address: Bishkek, Gogol Building 116, Apt. 34