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The seemingly endless stepees of Central Asia, in older times - the great Mongol Empire... the drums of war are heard here again.
Posted by Ilves on May 5th, 2013
"The seemingly endless steppes of Central Asia, in older times - the great Mongol Empire ... the drums of war are heard here again.
Though both the Ottoman and Mongol empires failed, the architects of the new Great Turan are sure their superpower will last much longer. The control of the Earth's depleting petroleum resources and and manpower of the whole Central Asia will give the Turanian nation an upper hand against united Europe.
The invasion of Central Asia will be also a test how much the weakened Russia is going to defend its interestes.
In 1994 Turkey annexed the war-torn Azerbaijan and installed a puppet dictator in another ex-Soviet nation of Turkmenistan (now renamed Dzungaria). Kazakhstan allied itself with Russia, Uzbekistan declared its full neutrality, but it didn't help. In 1995 Turkish-allied Dzungaria used biological weaponry on Uzbekistan's crop field, sparkling economic breakdown and famine in this country.
Uzbekistan was quickly turning into a wasteland. Knowing the perpetrator of the biological attack and believing the Dzungarian army to be little of existing - the Uzbek president declared war on Dzungaria to cease its gas resources. But to no avail - in less than two month join Dzungarian-Turkish forces pushed Uzbek army and US mercenaries out of Dzungarian borders and turned to Uzbek capital city of Tashkent.
The Uzbek goverment controls now less than 40% of the country, the remainder is now annexed by the recently delcared Union of Turkic nations - Great Turan. Meanwhile, seeking simultaneously to overthrow the Kazakhstan's dictatorship, Turanic High command launchs operation "Atilla" - tens of thousands of Kazakhstan citizens protest against the Kazakhstan goverment, the country is one the verge of Civil war between pro-Turanic and loyalist forces.
Kazakhstan goverment calls emergency for Russian intervention, Uzbekistan goverment seeks EU defense. Will the old ex-Soviet regimes hold on or is it just fate for the whole Central Asia to enter Great Turan? If Great Turan achieves its objective, it will have the unlimited masses of manpower, Soviet technological facilities, unmeasurable gas volumes and most important - Baikonur space facility. Meanwhile, the Chinese dragon seemingly sleeps.
The fate of Europe will be largely decided by the fate of Central Asia!"
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