Color Revolutions and Geopolitics
Color Revolutions and Geopolitics
Ambassador Chris Stevens: Servant to Evil: How Propaganda Works for Empire By Eric Pottenger and Jeff Friesen Special Report for Color Revolutions and Geopolitics September 26, 2012 It is compassion and love that guides United States foreign policy in North Africa and the Middle East and there can be no doubt about it. At least that has been the strange and wonderful idea sold to
Editors' Introduction Christopher Stevens arrived in Benghazi, Libya as the US Special Representative to the National Transitional Council, in April, 2011, wielding a program of death and destruction. At that time the main goal of Christopher Stevens and the United States government was to subjugate the sovereign nation of Libya. More than anything else, this meant the removal
The Controversy of Zion, by Douglas Reed. Learn the Complete History of the Occupation of Palestine (and More). Don't Choose Sides ... Choose Information!
Corpus Hypercubus (1954), by Salvador Dali ... a post-war vision of "the bearer of glad tidings" -- realized at the same time this book was being written The Controversy of Zion By Douglas Reed Published by Dolphin Press (Pty) LTD., Durban, South Africa, 1978. First Chapter Reprinted Here With a New Introduction Written by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics Editors' Introduction
Face of Demented Zionism yet Again Revealed: Will Americans Keep Funding It? By Franklin Lamb Almanar News July 23, 2014 Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics Franklin Lamb The “up and coming” well-known and much admired Israeli politician and parliament member Ayelet Shaked of the ultra-nationalist Jewish Home [political party] has again branded Palestinians
Covering Syria: The Information War By Aisling Byrne Originally published in the Asia Times July 12, 2012 Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics The narrative that has been constructed by the Western mainstream media on Syria may seem to be self-evident from the scenes presented on television, but it is a narrative duplicitously promoted and
The Neocon Propaganda Machine Pushing "Regime Change" In Syria: A Torrent of Disinformation By Aisling Byrne Originally published in Counterpunch January 6-8, 2012 Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics “War with Iran is already here,” wrote a leading Israeli commentator recently, describing “the combination of covert warfare and international pressure” being applied
Syria in Bush's Cross HairsBy Adam ZagorinOriginally published in TIME Magazine December 19, 2006Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics The Bush Administration has been quietly nurturing individuals and parties opposed to the Syrian government in an effort to undermine the regime of President Bashar Assad. Parts of the scheme are outlined in a classified, two-page
New Government in Tripoli Embraces Sharia Law: What NATO-backed "Freedom" Will Mean for Women in Libya
Libya's War for the Abaya By Susan Lindauer Originally published in Global Research July 27, 2011 Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics For European bankers, it's a war for Libya's Gold. For oil corporations, it's a war for Cheap Crude (now threatening to destroy Libya's oil infrastructure, just like Iraq). But for Libya's women, it's a fierce, knock down
Editors' Introduction: In his revealing 2006 study on the role of the media and Western funding during Georgia's Rose Revolution, Harvard scholar David Anable wrote: In the months and years that lead up to Milosevic's defeat in the election of October 2000, Serbia's media was a complex mix of independent newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations, and an array of outlets that had been
OTPOR Youth Provided Cover for NATO War Machine; Trained by CIA to be Regime Change 'Commandos' (2000)
Bulgarian Paper Says: "CIA is Tutoring Serbian Group, Otpor" From the Bulgarian Newspaper, The Monitor Translated by Blagovesta Doncheva With Commentary by Jared Israel Originally published in Emperor's Clothes, September 8, 2000 Images and captions added by Color Revolutions and Geopolitics Introductory note [by Jared Israel]: The following article from the Bulgarian newspaper, 'The Monitor'