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(How to) Stop a CIA Color Revolution (for Dummies)

By Christopher Rice

What is particularly surprising about the current color revolution unfolding in the Ukraine is that this nation was the site of the very same CIA implementation plan back in 2004/2005. The Orange Revolution, as it was known at the time, was a classic CIA-engineered plot to impose their political outcome on the Ukrainian people. And they succeeded with flying colors.


That CIA-sponsored coup d’etat was so successful that it has since been used as a model for every other CIA-manufactured scheme that has toppled governments and reversed fair election outcomes the world over. In fact, the Ukraine is where the various social network utilities were used so effectively that the new MO has become known as the digital blitzkrieg. Never in human history have so many citizens been stampeded in the direction of overthrowing their government while being completely ignorant of the real forces manipulating the cattle prods.

Many commentators have wondered how the current protests have been so successful in light of their leaders previous experience with EU-US meddling in their domestic affairs. It was so obvious during the Orange Revolution 1.0 that the Western powers wanted to annul one election only to subsequently secure the victory of their chosen representative, Viktor Yushchenko.

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Can the reader imagine high level representatives from other countries, showing up in the midst of the most tense political standoffs in Washington DC, offering every kind of support to those Americans protesting against the US Federal Government? That’s exactly what US Secretary of State John Kerry did.

1.) Murder your opposition. Drive-by shootings work best as local gangs can be made the fall guys.

Boris Nemtsov, 55, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting Friday near midnight as he walked on a bridge near the Kremlin with a female companion.

The murder of prominent Putin critic Boris Nemstov in a gangland-style killing steps from the Kremlin came just weeks after the dissident told a magazine his mother worried the Russian leader would have him bumped off for his outspokenness.

2.) Disrupt your opposition.

The Web site of opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, a defeated presidential candidate, said officials disrupted the Internet to prevent it from being used to organize rallies on Feb. 11. “The government has found disrupting the Internet its best way to control the circulation of information,” the site,, said referring to shutdowns after protests over the disputed June 12 re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Mousavi and the other main election challenger, Mehdi Karrubi, have called on their backers to continue their protests against the election result on Feb. 11. They allege the vote was rigged, a claim Ahmadinejad denies.

3.) Arrest your opposition.

Eight people detained for questioning this week as part of a massive corruption probe targeting allies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan were formally arrested Friday, the state-run news agency reported.

The investigation has also ensnared sons of three government ministers and comes amid a power struggle between Erdogan's government and an influential U.S.-based Muslim cleric, Fetullah Gulen, who has a strong following in Turkey and is believed to have leverage within the country's police force and the judiciary.

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