Ukraine: CANVAS, US-Financed “Color Revolution Training Group” Orchestrated Protesters By William Engdahl

16 March 2914 — williambowles.info

Ukraine Protests Carefully Orchestrated: The Role of CANVAS, US-Financed “Color Revolution Training Group”: Canvas, formerly Otpor, received significant money from the US State Department in 2000 to stage the first successful Color Revolution against Slobodan Milosovic in then-Yugoslavia. Since then they have been transformed into a full-time “revolution consultancy” for the US, posing as a Serbian grass-root group backing “democracy.” 

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Movie Review: A confused and contradictory film on how foreigners “help” Palestine By Sarah Irving

 
As a child, Chloe Ruthven declares in the opening moments of this film, she hated the Palestinians. It’s a strong statement to make, especially against a backdrop of newsreel from the Nakba, the ethnic cleansing ahead of Israel’s establishment. Continue reading this...

Syria extremists financed by private Gulf donors carried out mass killings – HRW

11 October 2013 — RT

[That Human Rights Watch (HRW), a US-aligned so-called NGO, is now accusing Syrian rebels of committing atrocities in Latakia, indicates at the very least, a change in tactics by the US government but don't hold your breath for any kind of lovefest between Obama and Assad. See also NATO's turnaround. WB]

At least 190 people were killed and more than 200 taken hostage by Syrian rebels financed by private Gulf donors in an August 4 military offensive in the Latakia governorate, according to a Human Rights Watch report.

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Senator John McCain Meets up with Leaders of Terror Brigade in Syria. The NGO’s that Made it Happen By Phil Greaves

9 June 2013 — Global Research

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The recent furore surrounding US senator John McCain’s illegal trip inside Syria, and the supposed ‘rebels’ he was seen posing with alongside Supreme Military Council (SMC) Chief Salim Idriss, have shed further light on what appears to be another corrupt ‘NGO’ enterprise.

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Greek Lessons From Below By Sofiane Ait Chalalet and Chris Jones

4 June 2013 — The Bullet • Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 833

Axmed, a Somalian refugee, has been stuck in Athens for over six years. This is common for most of his friends, as without papers they are stuck. Getting out by themselves requires money for false papers and travel that is beyond them. Axmed told us that he had a brother in Italy waiting for him. Most of his friends had families and friends waiting for them. But not in Greece. They were stuck.

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