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Re: “It Depends On Your Definition of Free

All I was trying to say, because of this biased reporters, you have wrong undertanding of what is going on. Poverty is not 99% in Kazakhstan. Almost all arguments in the article are wrong. Every year there are steps to extend democratic freedom, Nazarbayev is not stealing oil, he is leading the country to economic prosperity. Believe me, this kind of reporters, which are intentionally lying to their readers, should not be allowed to write anything.

Posted by Alexander on 10/14/2006 at 2:45 AM

Re: “It Depends On Your Definition of Free

Hey Erin! Your brain, washed by western pr-managers and influenced by biased "independent" media, should understand the following: GB and US, examples of the democracy, went to the current stage for hunderds of years. Kazakhstan is making its step for 15 years, and still democtaric freedoms are being extended every year. We did not follow the example of Russia, where democracy in 90s created a class of thefts-oligarkhs , we are not following the path of Uzbekistan, where democracy in moving anywhere. You have to understand that.

Posted by Alexander on 10/14/2006 at 2:39 AM

Re: “It Depends On Your Definition of Free

Stupid reporter! Kazakhstan's GDP per capita is 5000 USD. Literacy rate is 98%. Rates of economic growth are over 9% over the last 5 years. Poverty rate is only about 10%, and this number is steadily decreasing due to the outstanding economic performance. We built a democratic, free state in only 15 years. Reporter is an example of usual american dullness, illetaracy about the world's realities and ongiong trends. Due to such stupid reporters, which are lying to their readers, made the world to hate you!!!

Posted by Alexander on 10/13/2006 at 2:05 AM

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