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The collapsing US military & economic empire is making Washington & NATO even more dangerous. US could not beat the Taliban but thinks it can take on China-Russia-Iran...a sign of psychopathology for sure. We must all do more to help stop this western corporate arrogance that puts the future generations lives in despair. @BruceKGagnon

Thursday, May 16, 2024

Ukraine replayed in Georgia: Another western color rev


  • Alex Rubinstein investigates the political leadership of the protests rocking Georgia.

Georgian government is simply requiring all NGO's and media outlets that receive funding from sources abroad to disclose their funders. 

The USAID, NED, State Department, CIA, Soros Open Society Foundations and various EU equivalents are not happy being exposed. So they crank up their internal agents in Georgia in an attempt (just like they successfully did in 2014 in the Kiev Maidan that led to war in Ukraine) to overthrow the government.

Damon Wilson (featured in the above video and a real weird guy) is the new President and CEO of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). Do yourself a favor and read his bio here.

  • The attempted assassination this week of Slovakian prime minister Fico (who supports good relations with Russia and wants an end to the war in Ukraine) is further evidence of extreme measures taken by supporters of the collapsing western colonial empire. See more on that here
  • In addition Niger has told the US to get out of its nation and demanded that the US close its drone war base. 

Niger’s decision to scrap military ties with the US was in response to threats made by American officials during negotiations, the West African nation’s prime minister, Ali Mahamane Lamine Zeine, said in an interview published by the Washington Post on Tuesday.

Zeine repeated allegations that a senior US delegation, including Molly Phee – the State Department’s top official for African affairs – who was in Niamey in March to negotiate the renewal of a decade-old defense agreement, attempted to dictate which countries should be Niger’s partners.

During the meeting, Phee warned the Sahel state against engaging with Iran and Russia at levels that were unacceptable to Washington if it wanted to maintain the US as a security partner, according to the Nigerien prime minister.

Phee also threatened sanctions if Niger pursued a deal to sell uranium to Iran, he reportedly added.

“When she finished, I said, Madame, I am going to summarize in two points what you have said. First, you have come here to threaten us in our country. That is unacceptable. And you have come here to tell us with whom we can have relationships, which is also unacceptable. And you have done it all with a condescending tone and a lack of respect,” Zeine said.

See the entire article here

The west is getting desperate. They are losing ground all around the world.

As usual they create chaos instead of accepting they've lost their 600 year imperial global control.



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