Wednesday, 9 February 2011

U.S. behind the "nonviolent" revolutions for a "Greater Middle East"

To understand what is really going on in the recent massive demonstrations in the Middle East - Tunisia, Yemen, Algeria and Egypt - you need to watch this Russia Today's interview with F William Engdahl, who is author of the book 'Full Spectrum Dominance: totalitarian democracy in the new world order.'

It's obvious to see the similarities in the uprising of these protests with the past upheavals in the "color revolutions" seen in post-Soviet countries. These revolutionary movements in the past and now in the Middle East seem to be too well orchestrated to be spontaneous.

These revolutions bear the fingerprints of the U.S. intelligence agencies - coaching "lead protesters" and using other elements - a technique which was perfected by The Albert Einstein Institution that advocates the use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world.

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