Revolving Door Politics: Kyrgyz Style (A Primer)
The revolution in Kyrgyzstan came and went, and because the country is somewhere "over there" and doesn't have nice islands or a major oil stash, was promptly forgotten by the US media. Zero Hedge has been posting a series of articles on the situation there (courtesy of our friends at www.oilprice.com) and in fact will post the most recent article shortly. However, here is a useful primer on revolving door politics in developing countries: the fate of each member of the ruling party can be easily traced. On second thought, this is precisely what happens in the US, less bloodily, and without a Wall Street to redirect the output of the working class into the pockets of the "feudal casino-state" kleptocrats.