Color Revolution

The recent Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests have got my spider sense tingling.

After studying regime-change operations for decades I know one when I see one. Going further, this looks to be a continuation of the deep state coup that began the moment Donald Trump was elected. It appears that the US which has been enthusiastically promoting “color revolutions” around the world is now experiencing one.

Remember, at CK we: follow where the money is going; follow where the resources and weapons are going; follow what our feral elite are doing; and ignore all the narrative.

Using this formula the riots take on a much different look. By following the money, resources and weapons, actors, and examining the propaganda it’s apparent that the Democrats and corporate media are using these riots against Trump’s bid for reelection. For instance, through the non-profit industrial complex, the Democratic Party has mastered bringing various social movements under its management on behalf of Wall Street in order to funnel public funds into private control through various foundations.

It’s humerous that many who correctly identify right-wing groups such as the Tea Party as the work of astro-turfing by the Koch Brothers seldom apply the same scrutiny to seemingly authentic progressive movements assimilated by the Democrats.

There’s a lot of truth to the loony right-wing ravings about the nefarious activities of Geoge Soros and his Open Society Foundation (OSF), although not in the way they imagine. Soros is hardly the vanguard of socialist revolution of their fevered dreams. Rather he and his foundation, similarly to other NGO’s like the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), operate as cut-outs for the CIA to disguise its regime-change operations. The spy agency operates this way thanks to the exposure of its illicit activities in previous decades by the Rockefeller Commission and Church Committee in the 1970s.

Corporate America also appears to be backing these riots to the hilt. When we look at who’s supporting Black Lives Matter – and Antifa – we find, among others, Adidas, Amazon, Airbnb, American Express, Bank of America, BMW, Burger King, Citigroup, Coca Cola, DHL, Disney, eBay, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Google, IBM, Mastercard, McDonald’s, Microsoft, Netflix, Nike, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, Sony, Starbucks, Twitter, Verizon, WalMart, Warner Brothers and YouTube.

However, like Soros, I somehow doubt that corporate America is supporting the protests out of some new sense of community spirit. Instead, corporate anti-racism is the perfect response to decades of neoliberal austerity. Black lives matter to corporate America, as long as workers don’t demand a living wage, personal protective equipment and quality health care.

Then there’s the strange role of the corporate media in relation to the protests. Why have they fanned the flames of social unrest from the very beginning, ignoring the ruin and devastation while cheerleading the demonstrations as a heroic struggle for racial justice? Is this is the same media that supported every bloody war, every foreign intervention, and every color-revolution for the last 5 decades? Are we really expected to believe that they’ve transformed into an energized proponent of social justice?

I call bullshit. The media’s role in concealing the damage should only convince skeptics that the protests are just one part of a much larger operation. What we’re seeing play out across the US, has more to do with toppling Trump and sowing racial division than it does with the killing of George Floyd. The scale and coordination alone suggests that elements in the deep state are probably involved. For instance, who positioned pallets of bricks close to protests? Furthermore, we know from evidence uncovered during the Russia-gate probe, that the media works hand-in-glove with the Intel agencies and FBI while–at the same time– serving as a mouthpiece for elites.

Since the election of Trump there has been a war within the deep state for supremacy, with various factions jockeying for power. To this analyst it appears that rather than a real popular protest movement, the BLM movement is a tool in the hands of one faction of the US deep state against another faction. Maybe these protests, like the color revolutions our elite sponsor in countries they want to overthrow, are managed? Maybe the protests are merely a disguise for a “color revolution” that bears a striking resemblance to the more than 50 CIA-backed coups since the end of WWII?

It’s ironic that many of the same ideas about revolutionary action have come home. In the last decade, the United States has experienced protests and demonstrations that have happened previously in 3rd World countries the US wanted to overthrow. Instead, domestically the CIA cutouts in the non-profit industrial complex have played a pivotal counterrevolutionary role, such as sabotaging Occupy Wall Street, in co-opting and ultimately derailing such uprisings meant to bring systemic change to the U.S. political system.

So while the protests over the killing of George Floyd and police brutality are real and legitimate there’s also a good chance that they’ve been hijacked.

Since 2016, the liberal wing of the deep state has diverted all opposition to Trump into a new cold-war against Russia and soft-coup attempt in the interests of the military- intelligence community, a shared agenda with Soros. When the Democrats, corporate media and NGO’s like the OSF and the NED have declared their support for protests like Black Lives Matter, it is no longer just about its original cause of getting justice for Mr. Floyd, whose funeral became a virtual campaign rally for Biden.

If it quacks like a duck it’s probably a duck.

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