#VoteBlueNoMatterWho - A Domestic Color Revolution in Real Time
What we have witnessed since Senator Sanders first launched his presidential campaign in 2015, is a "color revolution", unfolding right before our eyes in real time. While many people like to think the Democrat's tried to lead a "coup" against president Trump, many citing the "deep state" as the fulcrum to pull it off, but it's more insidious than that.
The following documentary by Avi Orin, does an excellent job of "connecting the dots" as far "color revolutions" are concern overseas, however, I'm implying, that these same organizations, and people, are the ones behind what has been happening, for a very long time here in the US, and fucking up OUR ELECTIONS!
A key excerpt from the documentary:
by subjugating the duties of foreign policy from the government into the private sector, the United States freed itself from public oversight and the messy casualty reports associated with more traditional forms of regime change.
Since NGOs are operated privately from governments, they are allotted more privacy in the way they conduct operations, thus shielding the US government from having to admit any involvement in color revolutions.
Interesting links about the USGLC
From the USGLC.org website:
The USGLC works in our nation’s capital and across the country to strengthen America’s civilian-led tools — development and diplomacy — alongside defense. By advocating for a strong International Affairs Budget, the USGLC is working to make America’s international affairs programs a keystone of U.S. foreign policy.
The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) is a broad-based influential network of 400 businesses and NGOs; national security and foreign policy experts; and business, faith-based, academic and community leaders in all 50 states who support a smart power approach of elevating diplomacy and development alongside defense in order to build a better, safer world.
"US aid community works to turn election candidates into development advocates" from Devex.com
While the country waits to see if Tuesday’s contests in 14 states — collectively known as Super Tuesday, the largest single day of voting during the presidential primary season — lend any clarity to a crowded Democratic field, U.S. aid leaders will be looking for signals about how to engage potential nominees in an ongoing conversation about America’s role in the world. For members of the U.S. development community, the goal during an election year often has less to do with drawing public attention to their issues than with educating — and influencing — the candidates themselves.
“Those platforms are not really covering what the next potential commander in chief views as America's role in the world,” said Liz Schrayer, president and CEO of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, an influential advocacy organization for development and diplomacy.
If you go to their Youtube channel, they have videos like this one, "America’s Role in the World: Why Leading Globally Matters for Nevada".
Here's a result of that "diplomacy", Victoria Nuland explains in her speech in Ukraine:
But what kind of return on that 5 billion investment have we secured?
The Military is in on it too! In a very big way!
From the Washington Post, "Generals urge Trump not to ‘retreat’ on foreign aid"
“Each of the last three presidents has wanted to do nation-building at home rather than overseas. This is a familiar and understandable desire, but then it collides with reality,” he said. “The reality is we are still engaged and need to stay engaged in a number of countries around the world where the appropriate strategy is not just military action.”
Petraeus is among the hundreds of retired military officers who have joined up with the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, which convenes supporters of development and diplomacy funding for events all around the country. The case for spending money on aid to avoid military intervention must be made to ordinary voters as well, members of the group told me.
Multinational Corporations play a big role in influencing our "elected representatives".
Cargill & USGLC from World-grain.com:
Cargill will serve as chair of USGLC’s Heartland Tour through 2020. Featuring events across 13 Midwest states, the tour is intended to create dialogue among elected officials, community leaders, businesses, academics and nonprofits on the ways global economic engagement can lift up and inspire local communities.
About Cargill, from the Corporate Research Project:
Cargill has frequently been associated with controversies involving food contamination, workplace injuries, anticompetitive practices and environmental violations and has been targeted by climate activists for destroying rainforests in countries such as Indonesia. The company has not been shy about using its power. In his book Invisible Giant: Cargill and Its Transnational Strategies, Brewster Kneen wrote that “Cargill has and will continue to shape the agricultural policy of as many countries and regions as it can.”
Cargill campaign funding, from Opensecrets.org:
But they also are the very companies killing our planet, and our people. From InsideClimateNews.Org
Five years after joining in a historic commitment to stop cutting the world's forests, governments and companies are not only failing to slow deforestation, they are rapidly driving the disappearance of more trees.
Environmental groups, both in Latin America and in the U.S., notably Mighty Earth, blame American grain giant, Cargill, and others for putting pressure on the government to loosen regulations.
"Forests are burning in large measure because the big companies that committed to save them are not actually trying to do so," said Glenn Hurowitz, Mighty Earth's CEO, in response to the report.
"Companies like Ahold Delhaize, McDonald's, and Mars are, despite all their pledges, continuing to do business on a vast scale with the very companies most responsible for this deforestation, such as Cargill and JBS," he said. "Not only are these companies directly financing deforestation, they have repeatedly lobbied governments to stop basic environmental protections."
Here's a summary of their violations From GoodJobsFirst.org
Here's a little something on Hunter Biden's ties to the USGLC, from NationalInterest.org:
Biden’s links to the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) and its affiliate, the Center for U.S. Global Leadership, have gone largely unreported in the coverage of his various business dealings, which have caused a headache for his father as he runs for president.
USGLC, which lobbies and advocates for increased spending in the State Department’s International Affairs Budget, added a series of Ukraine-related bills to its lobbying portfolio at around the same time, lobbying disclosures show.
Biden’s private equity firm, Rosemont Seneca, was by far the smallest company of any of the directors on USGLC or the Center for U.S. Global Leadership.
Here's a copy of the video that Avi mentioned in the first part of his video featuring Mike Wallace back in the late 60's.
The US has been engaged in overthrowing governments for quite a while, but I think it's hard for many to conceive, believe or digest, that they would do it here, in our own country, because "laws", but laws don't mean shit to these people who can buy off entire governments, as we have clearly seen. Here in the US, it is both in your face, yet completely opaque.
When one starts to weave together all the different (dots) NGO's, CIA (Gov), Media and connect the people on their boards, and who they are connected to, military / defense contractors / governments, an insidious mosaic begins to emerge, and brings into stark relief the "power structure" we are up against.
Just because the slaves have air conditioning, doesn't mean the relationship between the master and the slave has changed in any way. What's most insidious, the salves must now pay for their own healthcare.