Tag: Color Revolutions

Cold war schemer

What U.S. Hegemony Is, How It Started, And When

An unquestioned assumption amongst America’s Establishment is that the global dominance that America inherited from having been the last of the major world powers to enter World War II, and from having suffered (by far) the least damage from that War, needs to continue in perpetuity, and that it needs […]

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Ukraine’s War Began With Ukraine’s Coup In February 2014, NOT With Russia’s Invasion In February 2022. Russia’s Invasion Was A Result From The U.S. Government’s Ukrainian Coup, 8 Years After The Fateful Event

For the key evidence, see this video: which displays the coup while it was happening. The key fact shown in that video is the phone-conversation in which Obama’s official who had planned and run the coup, Victoria Nuland, was instructing the U.S. Ambassador in Kiev, whom to get appointed (at […]

Heavy fighing in Malakal, South Sudan

The Fake ‘Military coup’ In Sudan

The United States, which lost the war in Syria, was forced to leave the country under Russian protection. It is now pursuing its war against state institutions in the Horn of Africa. They have encouraged rivalries among Sudanese tribes and are trying to pass off the military’s dismissal of civilian ministers as a “military coup”. In reality, they did not overthrow the Prime Minister, but tried to preserve the unity of what remains of the country after the secession of South Sudan.

Belarusian opposition supporters hold a rally in Minsk

The Endgame In Belarus Is In View

After a lull of the past 3-4 weekends, the anti-government protests in Minsk, Belarus, roared back to life today. This comes in the wake of three things. One, there are some incipient signs that Moscow feels frustrated with the Belarus strongman President Alexander Lukashenko for retracting on the assurances he […]

Blast in Armenia

Arc Of Instability On Russia’s Periphery

An arc of instability has appeared on Russia’s peripheral regions to the west and southwest — Belarus, Nagorno-Karabakh and Kyrgyzstan. These regions are vital to Russia’s national security and weakens its capacity to be a resurgent power on the world stage. Belarus is a de facto buffer zone for Russia […]

Hong Kong Unrest

Hong Kong Unrest And Root Cause

I used to travel to Hong Kong in the 1980s when I was a student in China and still recall those memorable days. Hong Kong was one of the most prosperous places in this part of the world. Being a free port, Hong Kong was the hub of commercial activities, […]