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7 Jan, 2022 19:39

Beheaded! Kazakhstan chaos; beheadings blamed on outside agents

Kazakhstan’s president has given permission for law enforcement agents to use lethal force against protesters without warning. This, as soldiers and peacekeeping troops from Russia, Belarus, Armenia and Tajikistan are starting to arrive. The military presence comes at the request of the Kazakh president as his government is slowly regaining control of government buildings. Washington, however has cast doubt on the peacekeepers’ right to be in Kazakhstan. RT’s Igor Zhdanov reports. Then former UK MP George Galloway and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof join In Question to discuss. Monsanto has pleaded guilty in the state of Hawaii to illegally using and storing agricultural chemicals. And in their plea deal – will be forced to pay millions of dollars in fines. Professor Elizabeth Kucinich, Partner at Kucinich Consulting and an expert in regenerative systems weighs in.