Kazakhstan President’s Home Set on Fire

Protests are starting to get out of control around the world.

They are getting bolder and bolder, with nobody safe.

To that point, the home of Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev was set ablaze amid protests against, among other things, rising fuel prices.

Global Unrest

Protests around the globe are becoming more and more violent.

Last week, lockdown protesters in Amsterdam were shown being beaten by police.

Now, the citizens of Kazakhstan have had enough.

Police reported that the president’s home was set ablaze.

After repeated clashes over the last few days, police were taking no chances, and eventually opened fire on the protesters to chase them away.

The government has vowed to take harsh actions to stop the unrest.

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev stated, “We intend to act with maximum severity regarding law-breakers.”

What has many worried at this point is that internet access seems to have been taken down in the country.

Additionally, the local news outlets have gone dark.

This, of course, is a move made by regimens when they do not want pictures to get out of what is happening to quell the violence.

Tokayev has also declared a two-week state of emergency in the country.

Do you think we will see more and more protests around the world turn violent?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: Fox News



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