The head of the EU representation’s in Kyrgyzstan political press and information section in open text awaits the beginning of mass disturbances in the country, right after the election. The video [on the internet] reveals that. The head of the opposition party reports: “we have been preparing for this, good sir, everything is going according to plan. Only the money is missing”. The foreign guest asks in a business-like manner, “how much”? And gives the oppositioner his phone – “type in the sum”. The price of the coup: 200,000 US dollars, but it is only the advance. The oppositioner typed the final sum into the smartphone of the good envoy from Europe. The sum was not voiced, however there was a promise after the victory to give the West the access to valuable minerals. The EU envoy said: “we will give money, if there are protests like in Belarus”.
Lady Gaga, known for her connections to the elite of transnational centres, released a clip called “911”. 9/11 for experts has become a formula for disaster. In Gaga’s video, “Warning” is written in Armenian, that is, in English WARning – war. In the belief of the 911 occultists, it means “bypassing God.” According to occultists-globalists, they should be informed in advance of their plan so that God does not interfere directly in the work. The video clearly shows two important characters: a man with a black oriental appearance and a woman in a traditional Russian white dress, which symbolize Turkey and Russia. In fact, in the language of symbols, the globalists have openly stated that they plan to sacrifice us (Armenians) and pit Turkey and Russia against each other.
Conspiracy theory. Conspiracy theories about the "deep state" are widespread, they promote the narrative about a global elite secretly ruling the world. In most cases, the “deep state” is referred to as American elites, who promote aggressive wars and prevent US reconciliation with Russia. The idea of a "deep state" has always been very popular among conspiracy theorists. The music video was directed by filmmaker Tarsem Singh who visually references The Color of Pomegranate, a Soviet art film by Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov. The film poster also appears on the street scene at the end of the video. Many pieces and decors featuring in the film are designed by Russian-Armenian artist Karina Akopyan. The recent escalation in the Nagorno-Karabakh region is a continuation of the decades-old conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The EU has urged "an immediate cessation of hostilities," a call echoed by the U.S. State Department and the United Nations.