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my Kazakhstan a bit different from what Borat has shown

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u/SirMrManFish Sep 25 '22

That's because Borat's Kazakhstan is actually a little Romanian village.

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u/shane252 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

You can literally visit it as a tourist attraction, it’s hilarious… but they expect people to pay just to drive through now since its become more known

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u/tocilog Sep 25 '22

Sounds like a good way to reduce traffic in the area or earn a little something for the trouble.

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u/the_jak Sep 25 '22

If I’m paying, I’m stopping to get a picture with that caged up brother of his.

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u/FIalt619 Sep 25 '22

You will never get this, you will never get this. And then one day…he get this! high five

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u/Prototype2001 Sep 25 '22

Pay to drive through it? Just like Borat depicted it, a sideshow.

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u/iprocrastina Sep 25 '22

TBF they're probably doing it to reduce traffic too. Like how many European city centers are "congestion zones" you have to pay to drive through.

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Sep 25 '22

well I'm glad to know that at least someone is paying them for appearing in that goddamn movie.

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u/ethanjenk Sep 25 '22

Watching that documentary was a tough pill for me to swallow, Fox did those people dirty

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u/ProcessAdeedr Sep 25 '22

Not today Gypsy….I know your tricks..

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u/GAZTRX Sep 25 '22

Do not fear me gypsy, I am only here for your tears

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u/Hyena-Man Sep 25 '22

What documentary ? Link ?

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u/hoosyourdaddyo Sep 25 '22

I think they mean Borat

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u/endless_skies Sep 25 '22

You can see Fox do all of America dirty every night on a recurring documentary they try to pass off as news.

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Sep 25 '22

I can't tell if you're joking or not. Did you seriously watch that movie thinking it was a documentary?

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u/Nuclear_Farts Sep 25 '22

They're probably talking about that documentary about the filming of Borat where they talk to the villagers of the Romanian town. The villagers were led to believe Borat was a documentary about their poverty and had no idea they were a joke in a comedy.

Carmen Meets Borat (When Borat Came to Town)

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u/ElGuano Sep 25 '22

That's like everyone in Borat right? (Not that it makes it better, but it's true right?)

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u/BrockStar92 Sep 25 '22

It’s a perfect example of why comedy naturally should be about punching up not down rather than the “joke about anything you want and so let’s specifically bitch about trans people a lot” crowd of comedians. Here we have the exact same prank played on people but we inherently feel a bit more uncomfortable when it’s played on a poverty stricken Romanian village and feel better when it’s played on richer Americans particularly politicians like Giuliani.

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u/Comprehensive_Monk20 Sep 25 '22

Does Americans somehow think describing romanians as "europeans" is more precise, are you genuinly this stupid?

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u/Infinitebeast30 Sep 25 '22

Actually this is a comment laughing at how a Village of Romanian gypsies, in Romania is “not the same thing” as a Romanian village.

(Saying Europeans are racist in case you still don’t get it)

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u/Motherdiedtoday Sep 25 '22

So a village in Romania cannot be called a Romanian village? Also, dude, gypsy is not the preferred nomenclature.

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u/Gonedric Sep 25 '22

Țâgan.

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u/Manuag_86 Sep 25 '22

Is not the preferred but it is equally valid. As long as he doesn't say it in a disrespectful way, there is nothing wrong with it.

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u/klipseracer Sep 25 '22

Saying you've been 'gypt' however, is indeed inappropriate. A connection a lot of people don't make.

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u/obvnotlupus Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Borat village = European Union

Edit: ITT = triggered Europeans

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u/deaftones98 Sep 25 '22

Have you ever been to europe? lol

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u/bluemason Sep 25 '22

It was filmed in Romania, which is part of the EU.

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u/doomgiver98 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Do you know what an Equals sign means? What he meant was Borat Village ⊆ European Union

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u/deaftones98 Sep 25 '22

Thats not really what I was trying to point out here

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Sep 25 '22

There are settlements like this in the US and in every other country, including yours. What's you're point?

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u/Dartagneau Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Wym ?

Edit: TIL askig a question is being triggered. Okay.

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u/_Administrator_ Sep 25 '22

Romania is in EU.

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u/Bomwollen Sep 25 '22

Romania joined the EU after the movie released.

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u/Dartagneau Sep 25 '22

Okay tought the guy said Borat's village represented EU. Like a depreciative and bad joke americans are used to.

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u/dnc_1981 Sep 24 '22

Very nice. How much?

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u/balimushroom Sep 25 '22

So Khazastan is really the greaaaatest country in the world.

Wawa wewaa!

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u/JMCochransmind Sep 25 '22

Great success.

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u/NuclearWinterGames Sep 25 '22

Vageen hang like sleeve of wizard

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u/PoppaGriff Sep 25 '22

It will cost you number 2 prostitute in all of Kazakhstan.

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u/isakhwaja Sep 25 '22

40% of what you pay in the US, you will pay in Kazakhstan.

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u/wellichickenpie Sep 25 '22

Better than those ass holes in Uzbekistan.

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u/poupou221 Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

I lived in Almaty for 18 months about 18 years ago. Here is a picture that I took from my appartment 18 years ago and shows the same mountains! Amazing. https://imgur.com/a/ivKAFrj

Not as high definition, I think that was taken with one of my first digital cameras. A coolpix or something like that.

In your picture, are these the new buildings along Dostyk Av as you go south towards the Medeu complex? A lot of that area was under construction then. I used to live on Dostyk but further into town, by the plaza that has the Jambul monument past the Hotel Kazakhstan. Almaty was a pretty nice city then actually, although the polution could be a problem at times. I hope they have been able to address some of that (it certainly looks very clear in the picture). I certainly have pretty good memories of my stay there and travels through Central Asia.

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u/IAmA_Nerd_AMA Sep 25 '22

It was beautiful 18 years ago also, thanks for sharing!

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u/dreamphoenix Sep 25 '22

I hope they have been able to address some of that (it certainly looks very clear in the picture).

Sadly no. It gets worse each year.

New president has finally announced that transferring Almaty’s power plants to gas (instead of current coal) is a matter of national interest yada yada more big words, but it’s a huge undertaking and will take likely 5 years minimum.

I’d say Almaty at it’s finest was around 7 years ago. The mayor at that time did some urbanistic stuff like bicycle and bus lanes, pedestrian accessibility, public decorations, etc. But the asshole that replaced him has turned everything to shite. I’ve never seen my city in a worse state. A new appointee is running a city since winter riots so idk. Hopefully it turns to something.

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u/randomusername8472 Sep 25 '22

I get every area/locality/country has problems but what you've said about power stations doesn't sound bad?

Moving from coal to natural gas is overall a good move. Gas is cheaper and cleaner than coal. Not as good for the environment and human health as renewables, nuclear or a dam or something, but they have other trade offs.

And 5 years to convert power stations over. I don't know how many powerstations there are but that still sounds realistic in today's world, even if it's just 1 or 2 to convert.

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u/Sohn_Jalston_Raul Sep 25 '22

Not if that natural gas is imported from Russia, because Russia would then use it as leverage against the Kazakhstan government to pull it further into Russia's dismal geopolitical orbit.

Unless Kazakhstan has its own natural gas reserves, which is certainly possible. Kazakhstan is pretty big and resource rich.

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u/Chance-Shift3051 Sep 25 '22

Thank you for sharing this. I love Almaty. Was just there for two weeks but fell in love with the city

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u/eldryanyy Sep 25 '22

It looks like the area near Kok Tobe. Most of Almaty doesn’t have this much green, nor is the sky as clear in the winter as it is in your photo.

I lived near Kok Bazaar, and pollution was brutal during the winter.

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u/jerisad Sep 25 '22

Does it get the inversion in the winter where the mountains trap cold air and pollution in the valley? I grew up in Salt Lake City and winters were disgusting. I've heard Mexico City has the same problem.

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u/eldryanyy Sep 25 '22

Yes, the city is in a valley with the ‘city center’ at a very low point. The air is much better up in the hills around the city, but still not great.

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u/Queen_Of_Ashes_ Sep 25 '22

Beautiful!! And a gorgeous winter scene to boot

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u/PickyTaro Sep 25 '22

damn this photo brings back memories. i was there for less than a year at KIMEP and was a really nice place although too cold during winter. miss the shashlik and green market

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u/Max_Derpin Sep 25 '22

This photo may have been taken on the Kok Tobe cable car, as the tall buildings in the right corner of the picture are located at 43°14'02"N 76°57'34"E

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u/ceekmils Sep 25 '22

Is your neighbor pain in your assholes?

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u/ashbyashbyashby Sep 25 '22

I get a step, he must get a step

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u/PhakYhuu Sep 24 '22

Yeah, but is your sister #4 prostitute in whole of Kazakhstan?

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u/konfeta_ Sep 24 '22 Gold

No, I’m that sister 😎

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u/rustang2 Sep 24 '22

Very nice!

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u/bigrick23143 Sep 25 '22

Oh wow she wasn’t kidding, total smoke show

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u/ctothel Sep 24 '22

Do you yourself mine the superior potassium?

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u/ADQuatt Sep 25 '22

Wa wa wee wa.

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u/dreamerkid001 Sep 24 '22

Do you show your brother Bilo your vaajeen and say “You will never get this! You will never get this! Lalala.”

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u/Fuzzylojak Sep 25 '22

Is your vagin loose like a sleeve of a wizard?

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u/Bos_Dragon Sep 25 '22

OK, can we have sexy time now?

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u/55_jumbo Sep 25 '22

I go to Kazakhstan!

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u/TeaaOverCoffeee Sep 25 '22

Replying to your comment here to get your thoughts on travel to Kazakhstan? What are the places you’d recommend? I love mountains, forests, remote/cute towns (but accessible by car or any other mode of transportation atleast in a new country) if that helps. Can you get by with English or having a guide something that should be considered?

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u/Thighrocker Sep 25 '22

How much work was it to become #4 prostitute in all of Kazakhstan.

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u/konfeta_ Sep 25 '22

A lot! Believe me

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u/cuddle_enthusiast Sep 24 '22

You will never get this !

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u/Fonkfinger Sep 25 '22

...but he get this...

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u/freshboytini Sep 25 '22

You will never get this

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u/LoganVandalCastle Sep 24 '22

That's a good point.

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u/KennyDROmega Sep 24 '22

#1 exporter of potassium

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u/dasmikkimats Sep 25 '22

All other countries have inferior potassium

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u/alexs001 Sep 25 '22

Potassium exports can buy nice things.

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u/BEAVER_ATTACKS Sep 25 '22

Like a glass. Or vcr record

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u/USMC6049 Sep 24 '22

Not today Gypsy….I know your tricks..

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u/speghettiday09 Sep 25 '22

Gypsy, may I look upon your treasures?

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u/seavisionburma Sep 25 '22

Do not try to shrink me Gypsy. I serious.

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u/sillyrob Sep 25 '22

While I obviously know that the depiction of Kazakhstan was meant to be ironic, I'm blown away by this picture. I love the style of buildings, the mountains in the background, the colors of the trees. 10/10 picture

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u/Tornare Sep 25 '22

The only problem with Borat is there are stupid people who don't understand Borat is a joke.

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u/blutarsky Sep 25 '22

That's right. Borat makes fun of the United States, not Kazakhstan.

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u/shryke12 Sep 25 '22

To be honest, he did both...

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u/Mur__Mur Sep 25 '22

I think most intelligent people realize that Borat joking about Kazakhstan is just stupid jokes poking fun at them, while the the main message is a critical expose on America.

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u/sillyrob Sep 25 '22

I watched a video on SBC and how he studied a style of clown that's basically just setting people up to expose themselves as bad people and it made so much sense. I'll see if I can find the video.

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u/Strobooty4 Sep 25 '22

We want the video. Please!

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u/Shibes2 Sep 24 '22

Is very nice.

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u/htownlifer Sep 24 '22

Beautiful place.

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u/Poosley_ Sep 25 '22

To be clear, the whole point of Borat, is the complete and total ignorance and (lack of) understanding of the average American. He is SO ridiculous and Americans just smile and nod cordially (in most cases) taking it as this man's customs of his people. It's absurd, on purpose. May be a good question about who is really being the butt of the joke but, especially in B2 I think he does a better job of being pretty clear about who the joke is.

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u/FlatPhee Sep 25 '22

Do you like a Corkey Bucek?!

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u/Eledridan Sep 25 '22

How is transportation?

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u/brankin8 Sep 25 '22

In the well

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u/jonwolf517 Sep 24 '22

I'm American and I first learned just how beautiful your country is, how cool & chill Kazakh culture is & how fun the Kazakh language is to speak, thanks to one of Kazakhstan's most famous musical artists, arguably the best singer in the world and my personal favorite singer, Dimash Kudaibergen. Ulken Rakhmet, Dimash!

He is a humble & incredible human being. I highly recommend everyone to listen to his music from his official YouTube channel, it will blow your minds! https://m.youtube.com/c/DimashQudaibergen_official/featured

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u/Any-Speed-4068 Sep 24 '22

Very nice

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u/erhue Sep 25 '22

How much?

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u/PaulClarkLoadletter Sep 24 '22

Woweewow, king in the castle.

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u/2fixyou Sep 25 '22

The rodeo was filmed in my hometown in the blue ridge mountains of VA. It made the local news until the whole scenario was discovered. Watching a friend have a meltdown was both fascinating and disgusting to watch.

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u/-PM_Me_Dat_Ass_Girl- Sep 24 '22

This, honestly, is my only destination when I'm in the market for the finest quality Potassium.

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u/st_j Sep 25 '22

All other central Asian countries, inferior Potassium

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u/Revanur Sep 25 '22

Borat’s “Kazakhstan” is based on Albania/Romania but for some reason they couldn’t actually use either of those names in the original movie. Even in the new movie the military officers who send him to America speak Romanian. His home village in both movies is a village in Romania.

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u/konfeta_ Sep 25 '22

Kazakhstan has a lot of lovely places! I’d love to show Burabay in the next post — the place of my childhood

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u/LivershotKO Sep 25 '22

That movie was filmed in Romania or some shit from what I heard. And he’s not speaking the native language either. Lol great movie

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u/RocketPawnch Sep 25 '22

Kazakhstan is number one exporter of potassium. Other central Asian countries have inferior potassium.

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u/LoganVandalCastle Sep 24 '22

But the Borat's Kazakhstan is funnier, hahaha!
Just kidding. I liked the woods/buildings/mountains/ contrast.

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u/VectorBrain Sep 24 '22

I like, do you have chair?

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u/YuntHunter Sep 24 '22

Is that near the Tinshein swimming pool?

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u/HotDamn18V Sep 25 '22

Its length 30 meters, width 6 meters.

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u/DarthBen_in_Chicago Sep 24 '22

Borat is from the South part of Kazakhstan

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u/PM_ur_Rump Sep 24 '22

And his girlfriend is from Uzbekistan. Different school. You wouldn't know her.

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u/eggsssssssss Sep 25 '22

Great picture!

Yeah, Borat is a great bit of satire but kinda unfortunate for Kazakh culture’s reputation. Borat’s Kazakhstan is sort of a pastiche of eastern europe/middle east/central asia, but it doesn’t have much of anything to do with actual Kazakhstan. I think it was pretty arbitrary.

From what I know thirdhand, kazakhs have been pretty tolerant to ethnic minorities. It’s a diverse and culturally rich place. It’s not a rich country—and its government is sort of a mess of corruption and human rights violations—but on a whole, a chill place with good people.

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u/frodoishobbit Sep 25 '22

But is your main export pubis?

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u/sacrelidge Sep 25 '22

What do you expect for number one producer of potassium

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u/Matingris Sep 25 '22

The mountains in the back…stunning

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u/GluttonAsteroth Sep 25 '22

My friend, Jahangir, is from Uzbekistan, and when the new Borat came out and ended with them stealing internet from Uzbekistan we had to laugh with him at that one.

But Jahangir explained that the depiction was pretty bad.

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u/newbsd Sep 25 '22

Uzbekistan gonna be pissed

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u/Tobias---Funke Sep 25 '22

My neighbour he pain in my assholes.

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u/bretellen Sep 25 '22

My dad had a kazakhi girlfriend, she passed away recently after living with him for her last 10years in Belgium. She was such a sweet woman, and a great cook. Always brought homemade food.She loved my kids as if they were her own grandkids.

I only met her relatives once or twice, her sister, kids and their wives and they immediately made me feel like I was their family, they brought so many gifts for everyone.

RIP Raziya. You are missed. Merci mamy.

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u/2tog Sep 25 '22

Visited Almaty before and it is absolutely stunning with the wall of mountains along it. Aktobe not so much

Flew through salt lake city once and its kind of similar

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u/anon5005 Sep 25 '22

I love the sight of suburban landscaping that doesn't involve removing all but one or two trees. It looks wonderful.

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u/NutterTV Sep 25 '22

I always tell people Kazakhstan is on my list of countries to visit in Asia and they always look at me like I’m bat shit. Then I show them pictures and they always are like “I really want to go too!”

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u/MEuRaH Sep 25 '22

After that movie I got really curious as to what Kazakhstan looked like so I looked it up on Google maps and I was blown away. SO BEAUTIFUL! So picturesque, modern, colorful, etc.

I learned a lot about that country and gained a great appreciation for it, thanks to Borat.

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u/educated_ape Sep 25 '22

Very nice!

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u/Assassin_by_Birth Sep 25 '22

Turn around bro, Borat’s village will be there.

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u/Cballin Sep 25 '22

a pearl amongst miiles of squalor, VERY NICE.

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u/Outrageous_State9450 Sep 25 '22

How is your potassium?

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u/konfeta_ Sep 25 '22

Full of it

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u/johnrobertallan Sep 25 '22

Too bad most people seem to be recalling Borat and not noticing how beautiful this photo is.

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u/konfeta_ Sep 25 '22

Just got from #4 to #3 in whole of Kazakhstan! Thank you!!!

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u/Vitis_Vinifera Sep 24 '22

he wasn't kidding about the potassium....I mean....just look at all of it there

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u/wardrop Sep 24 '22

In the few years after the release of Borat Potassium prices sky-rocketed.

The sudden increase in revenue led to a massive surplus in the Kazakhstan budget enabling them to invest heavily in building infrastructure like you see in this picture.

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u/Ylaaly Sep 25 '22

Do the the little domes on top of the high-rises serve any purpose? Are they symbolic for something traditional?

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u/monotone2k Sep 25 '22

They house the equipment for harvesting atmospheric potassium.

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u/JimmyJames052374 Sep 25 '22

Where can you buy the fermented horse milk?

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u/Americaisaterrorist Sep 25 '22

https://youtu.be/JEz1qGS0T1Q check out this singer from Kazakhstan. He can sing as low as bass but can also sing higher than Mariah Carey. He's considered the best technical singer in history.

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u/Peeingwithanerection Sep 24 '22

No being funny but those high rises look Straight oot of wester hailes

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u/vladtdr Sep 24 '22

Cause that was Romania

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u/Lucavii Sep 25 '22

Looks a lot like Salt Lake City

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u/corradoswapt Sep 25 '22

Tehran looks similar too

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u/2sacred2relate Sep 25 '22

Very nice, your country is clearly reaping the rewards from being the #1 exporter of potassium.

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u/WreckinTexin Sep 25 '22

Post toilet pics

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u/dingusunchained Sep 24 '22

It almost like it’s a video game

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u/WindsorPotts Sep 25 '22

Where do I go to pay for hand party?

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u/Sprinkle_Puff Sep 25 '22

Wow. This is absolutely stunning

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u/destroslayer Sep 25 '22

Oooh king of the castle, king of the castle.

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u/MamaBella Sep 25 '22

I’m teaching myself to paint. If I ever get any good, I’m painting this and sending it to you. It’s majestic.

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u/LovesTheWeather Sep 25 '22

Im sure many people think of Borat first upon hearing mention of Kazakhstan, meanwhile my first thought is always Dimash Kudaibergen.

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u/tobysmurf Sep 25 '22

Dimash Kudaibergen

Thank you, I'd never heard him before. An incredible singer!

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u/InterMando5555 Sep 25 '22

Everyone in here saying the exact same lines thinking they're clever...

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u/agftw Sep 25 '22

Lived in almaty 9years ago for an exchange semester - was pretty cool, while the city was quite soviet, the mountains were fantastic. Loved the people there too :)

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u/Kevjamwal Sep 25 '22

Every time I look at a world map I am re-surprised by how large Kazakhstan is

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u/drewbaccaAWD Sep 25 '22

"Very Nice! High Rise!"

Those look like some beautiful mountains!

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u/Painty_The_Pirate Sep 25 '22

When I was a kid my family hosted a graduate piano student from Kazakhstan. She spoke Russian, English, Kazakh, and Dutch, and picked up pipe organ for funzies on top of her practice/course schedule. She ended up marrying a man she studied languages with online, and lives in the Netherlands now.

Her first words after getting on public transit in America? “My god, the people really are quite fat!”

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u/EdibleBatteries Sep 25 '22

It is the 9th largest country in the world… I hope it is not too surprising that it may have a variety of landscapes and communities.

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u/Eonhand8 Sep 25 '22

We get it, you have superior potassium. You don’t have to taunt us

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u/Nappyheaded Sep 24 '22

Here come the Russians

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u/_stayhuman Sep 25 '22

VERY NICE!

In all seriousness, this is beautiful.

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u/aWormhatForVermhat Sep 24 '22

Really beautiful!

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u/Gizmorum Sep 24 '22

Russia: “Soon…”

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u/waurma Sep 25 '22

MY WIFE

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u/bashyourscript Sep 25 '22

Cohen is a racist POS. He is part of the Anti defamation league, read about them.

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u/rimshot101 Sep 25 '22

He didn't have Borat be from Kazakhstan because he thinks it's a bad place or the people are weird, it's just that it's an enormous country that most westerners know absolutely nothing about.

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u/omnichronos Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

He filmed his movie in Romania and pretended it was Kazakhstan.

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u/Liverpool510 Sep 25 '22

I mean, yeah, it wasn’t an actual documentary. Borat is a character.

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u/SuzieQ4624 Sep 24 '22

Daaasss veery nnice

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u/Brandon432 Sep 25 '22

Glad to see you solved “the problem.”

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u/xXWickedSmatXx Sep 25 '22

“Very Nice”

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u/Dependent-Yam-9422 Sep 25 '22

Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan, you very nice place From plains of Tarashek to northern fence of Jewtown

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u/Stezheds Sep 24 '22

Potassium built this nation!

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u/nickjz Sep 25 '22

Looks about as I pictured it, don’t worry. Us in Canada know you have a beautiful country.

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u/Blvdnights14 Sep 25 '22

Kazakhstan Instagram filter. Nice try OP.

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u/EsotericVerbosity Sep 25 '22

This photo was sponsored by Nur Sultan Nazarbayev.

Photgraphed near Nazarbayev university

This message was sent from my Nazarbayev iOS device.

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u/st_j Sep 25 '22

Is nice!

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u/thj0694 Sep 25 '22

Wa wa wee wa that’s pretty

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u/Ramon_Rivera Sep 24 '22

Hey give Borat some credit I wouldn’t have know Kazakhstan existed before the movie

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u/latecomer11 Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Do you think Kazakhs give a damn if some murrican knows about the existence of Kazakhstan?

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u/DarklyDrawn Sep 25 '22

Kazakhstan Tourist Board is #1 propagandagate inside internet of reddit

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u/Unlucky-Signature-70 Sep 25 '22

I still don't get why Kazakhstan people hate him so much. It is supposed to be a comedy after all and personally I didn't have stereotypes about the country. I'm even considering on putting Kazakhstan on my traveling list just because of the movie!

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u/hunyango Sep 24 '22

“Very nice!”