Friday, October 21, 2011

The Myth of Spontaneous Revolution.

Do we, the masses, really desire "freedom"? Or, are "we" often pushed/inspired/coached to fight for our "freedom"? Were the French and American revolutions the result of an angry population? Or were they cultivated and provoked, perhaps, by another, more powerful entity with an agenda of destabilization and regime change?


"The Rothschilds": The public face of enormous wealth and power.

Criticize the international banking cartel and you run the risk of being called 'anti-Semitic'. The banksters have been able to do this by equating in public perception that International bankers = Jewish people, by using the Rothschild family as the "poster children" for the banking cartel. Most of the high-powered captains of finance are not Jewish. The Rothschild’s family serve to mask the wealthy and powerful entity, or group of families that have included, or still include the Warburgs, Lazards, Morgans, Foulds, Schroders, etc.

Anyway, the story goes that Amschel Mayer Bauer's father died when he was 11-years old. Having demonstrated great ability, and extraordinary intelligence, after his father had taught him everything about the rudimentary principles of the money-lending business, he gained employment with the Oppenheimer Bank as a clerk. He soon proved his natural ability for the banking business and secured control and ownership of the business which had been established by his father in 1750. Bauer decided to give his family a new name: Rothschild inspired by the Red Shield that proudly displayed over his door. Red Shield in German is Roth Schild; hence, the famous or infamous "House of Rothschild" came into being.

Amschel had five sons, all of them trained to become "captains of high finance". Before he died, in order to eventually establish a Rothschild banking empire that spread out from Germany, across much of Europe, including Austria, England, and France. It is thought that this family was the secret power behind both the American and French revolutions. However, the truth is they were only one of the many families involved.

Today, some researchers estimate their wealth at a whopping, $500 trillion! That amount sounds unbelievable; however, even if they only have a fraction of that sum, it's easy to see how they, and the other families could avoid wealth disclosure lists.

Fast forward a few centuries and revolutions seem to be popping up everywhere. We've seen the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia, the "Orange Revolution" in Ukraine, and the "Tulip Revolution" in Kyrgyzstan, all heavily financed and backed by groups funded by or connected to the U.S. government. So, are these revolutions really the spontaneous combustion of a fed up population? Aided by Twitter, and Facebook? Or, are they the strategic planning of a much more powerful entity?

From Dictatorship to Democracy.  Is revolution a business

Coincidentally, these "spontaneous" revolutions are happening in countries where the regime is resisting the globalization agenda as Washington defines it.

Take the "Orange Revolution" in the Ukraine.  The US pumped tens of millions of dollars into movements in favor of regime change.  the resistance Take the revolution in Kiev in 2005. .In November of 2004, hundreds of thousands of people flooded Independence Square in Kiev to demand Victor Yushenko.

With the understanding that the new generation would much prefer to play a video game over reading a book, American organization sponsored the development of a computer game that simulates the fight against the power of the state; hence teaching resistance training.

Otpor, a revolution training school founded by Srdja Popovic and Ivan Marovic

The business of Otpor is revolution. The story goes that Otpor began as a Serbian revolutionary force, very instrumental in the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic in the 1990s. They were so successful, they created a revolutionary consulting business, inspiring new generations of activists all over the world.

However, political commentators like William Engdahl are convinced that Otpor is being financed by the USA. The company operates in countries in which the western world has a clear interest. Questions started rising about who the key players were behind the popular revolution in the Arab world's most populous state, as hundreds of thousands of Egyptians who supposedly wanted to remove President Hosni Mubarak from power gathered together to protest.

"The people from Otpor gave us a book in which they described all their strategies", says Ezzedine Zaatour of the Tunisian uprising. This book, Dictatorship to Democracy.  written by former Harvard professor, Gene Sharp is now considered the "revolution guide book", and it's being used by opposition movements worldwide.

As Optor releases its latest gadget, a resistance training computer game sponsored by American organizations, world leaders are voicing their concerns. "This is called a gentle coup!", insists Hugo Chavez.

So, did Twitter and Facebook - given credit for acting as tools for idealistic people who want to mobilize the population in "oppressed" countries to revolt - really galvanize young revolutionaries together? Or, are these modern revolutions, like so many of the historical revolutions that we thought were spontaneous events of "the people", that were, instead, inspired and funded by a small group of foreign money-lenders?


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