“Five billion USD were spent to create the Maidan in Ukraine to overthrow the government, as Victoria Nuland testified before Congress.”
“People find it hard to believe, that these revolutions are so carefully planned and executed. Yet Nuland pointed that very fact out before Congress.”
“It implies, of course, an enormous use of money in order to influence other states. In history, many of the same actors, people and conceptions about how to make revolutions happen, come from a limited number of sources,” says political scientist, graduate from California State University, accomplished journalist and editor-in-chief of Fort Russ News, Joaquin Flores.
Political scientist, Joaquin Flores states: “What happened at a certain point was that the US began to act independently of the trilateral order that defined international relations post World War II. We began to see, for example, how the war in Yugoslavia was organized.”
“It was not from the European Trade Union Commission, it was organized from the University of Chicago, from what had been learned about labour and community organizing in the early 20th century.”
- How to start a Revolution and create regime change #Ukraine #Libya #Jugoslavia #Syria – Joaquin Flores.
- US Senator Richard Black interview on Deep State, Endless Wars.
- Marcuse and The New Left’ desire to silence the Majority – Nabintu, WND.
- Edmund Burke: Conservative Disdain for Revolution – Hanne Herland, WND.
- The French Revolution and Democratic Tyranny of the Mob
- How to Create a Revolution, Gene Sharp and Joaquin Flores.
“There was a method on how to organize people who used to work under very poor conditions, and they did not have the education or the ability to organize themselves. So, people who were idealists from the old Left developed these methods of organizing revolts.”
“These were distilled into books, one of the Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”. This would then become the work of Gene Sharp who wrote “From dictatorship to Democracy”.”
“In the Yugoslavia conflict, the methods began being built up in the 1980’s. Yugoslavia was already fragile, lacking a single clear leader after Tito. There are the classic ways of infiltrating things: get one elite against the other, get groups in government to switch sides, that is a very old method of changing the power structure in a nation.”
“But what was different with Yugoslavia, was the creating of a veneer of “democracy” and making it look like the hundreds of thousands in the street demanded the government to come down.”
“The people usually gather for this or that reform, but it was now made to be about the whole government to go.”
“What we saw in Yugoslavia and Ukraine as well, was that they were able to link Serbian Nationalism to European Liberalism – in the sense of Liberal liberalism and Conservative Liberalism, free market Liberalism.”
“Then you had the real Nationalists and the extreme Nationalism from the Gladio project, which has always been about building up far Right Nationalist movements.”
“So, it was not like George Soros and America is building up these pseudo-fake Socialist, Leftwing human rights movements, they had full spectrum dominance.”
“When countries are sold a false bill of goods by the IMF and the World Bank and they are told that they need to undergo a process of austerity, and in order to qualify for this they need to have democracy reforms, it is actually mandatory that you allow George Soros fronted organizations to go in and alter the system in the country.”
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