Wednesday, December 10, 2014

CIA Plots Against NATO Ally

by Bill White

The United States Central Intelligence Agency is taking Color Revolution-style streets protests again, but this time the target is not an opposing régime, but a NATO ally.

Thousands of people who gathered November 16th to celebrate the CIA-backed Velvet Revolution in Prague joined agitators planted by American and Zionist intelligence in booing, whistling, and shouting “Resign! Resign!” at Czech Republic President Milos Zeman, who is being targeted for his opposition to American. EU and NATO meddling in the Ukraine.

Earlier this year, Zeman was one of several heads of state who declined to allow the United States to station troops in the country when Obama tried to adopt a “get tough” posture against Russia’s much tougher President Vladimir Putin. Zeman has denounced U.S. actions against Russia, urged the European Union, of which the Czech Republic is a member, to abandon its sanctions, denounced anti-Putin protests in Russia as agents of Western and Zionist interests, and showed little sympathy for Pussy Riot, the obscure Russian punk rock band that has become the darling of Western propaganda.

For the heresy of speaking the truth, Zeman has become the target of the very Western intelligence agencies he denounces. The CIA and its network of non-governmental organizations regularly works with other intelligence agencies, like Britain’s MI6, Germany’s BND, and the Zionist Mossad to create Astroturf revolutions in countries the globalist élite disapprove of. Like Astroturf, these phony grass-roots revolutions come in a variety of colors. The first use of such tactics was in Eastern Europe, Russia, and China in 1989, when Bolshevism was destroyed. Another round, particularly associated with George Soros, was targeted against former Soviet states in the 2000s, and for the past several years both Middle Eastern nations and nations in Russia’s sphere of influence have been attacked.

Recognizing these Astroturf revolutions as frauds, nations have become increasingly harsh in dealing with such CIA pawns. After an “Arab Spring” revolution led to the butchery of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi, nations like Syria and Iran hardened opposition to anything the looked like U.S.-backed “democratic” change, leading to the current civil war in Syria. Russia, much more moderate, simply banned U.S. and NGO intelligence operations on its soil. When the Ukraine fell to a CIA-backed revolution earlier this year, Russia seized Crimea and is currently backing an insurgency against the “Western” government, which is composed mostly of Jews and bankers.

U.S. and EU intransigence have now opened up a wider field of play for both nations, as several European EU members like the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary have questioned the EU adoption of U.S. policy. France’s main opposition party, the National Front, has also called for normalization of relations with Russia. Meanwhile, Russia has made statements opposing U.S. meddling in Moldova and reached out to the Republic Srpska in Bosnia. Poland’s leaders, who are radically anti-Russian, have questioned the wisdom of their alliance with the United States and Germany, the latter of which they see as a potential adversary.

The mess has prompted the first use of American intelligence assets to exert coup-like soft power against an ally. The bogus protest where participants waved red cards like a sports penalty flag, was supported by former Czech president Vaclav Klaus, a long-time U.S. pawn.  The crowd was further stoked by Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, whose own intelligence service assisted the U.S in training the UNA-UNSO group of mercenaries who impersonated  government agents and shot 86 people during Ukraine’s Maidan uprising.

The Western-Zionist agitators hurled eggs and sandwiches at Zeman, who responded with a simple statement to both protestors and their masters, recalling his experience in 1989 Prague: “I’m not afraid of you now, because I wasn’t afraid then.”

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