Borat Sagdiyev

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Borat Sagdiyev, also known as "Borat", (born 27 February 1972) is the current President of Kazakhstan.

President Borat Sagdiyev
Президент Борат Сағдиев
President Borat Sagdiyev Президент Борат Сағдиев
Personal info
Nationality Kazakh
Date of birth February 27, 1972
Place of birth Kuzcek, Kazakhstan
Date of death n/a
Place of death n/a
First Lady Luenell
Political career
Order President
Vice President n/a
Prime Minister n/a
Term of office 2019–
Preceded by Kassym-Jomart Tokayev
Succeeded by n/a
Political party Boratese
Penis nickname n/a

Birth[edit | edit source]

Borat was born in the quaint village of Kuzcek, in the Kazakh Soviet Social Republic in the Soviet Union. Born to loving parents, I think, Asimbala and Boltok "The Rapist" Sagdiyev. Borat was born in 1972 from his mother, who was only 9 when pregnant.

Rare drawing on Borat's childhood desk.

Family[edit | edit source]

As mentioned, his parents are Asimbala and Boltok, often nicknamed "The Rapist". He also has three children Huey Lewis, born Hooeylewis, and twins Bilak and Biram. He presumably has a cousin named taroB which has committed several war crimes in various places and is often confused with him.

Presidential Campaign[edit | edit source]

After former president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev stepped down from presidency, Borat broke into the government building in Nur-Sultan and said the presidential pledge and legally became president. His first act as president was deporting all Jews for fear of "sucking our beautiful Kazakh minds out of skull".

Borat's presidential portrait.
Borat's claimed image of "Jewjitsu" the way Jews "suck brains out"