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Borat or Bilo? No, it’s Nursultan in Kazakhstan.
Four years after the release of Borat (or Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan as the full title is), Kazakhstan still doesn’t seem to have gotten over it. Borat, by and with Sacha Baron … Continue reading
Posted in Politics Tagged Almaty, autocracy, Bilo, Borat, corruption, democracy, elections, Erkin Rakishev, films, gas, Hollywood, Human Rights, Kazakh, Kazakhstan, movies, Nazarbayev, Nurkadilov, Nursultan Nazarbayev, oil, OSCE, OSZE, parliament, parody, petroleum, Sasha Baron Cohen, spoof 3 Comments