Engineered Revolution as Geo-political Stratagem
January 31, 2012 1 Comment
Destabilization of regions is a classic tactic of political intrigue, yet most people think the color revolutions and “Arab Springs” are real. Not only are they not real (although there are real discontents among the populace), the “springs” are revolutions that are engineered, with the recent trend including the implementation of social media in fostering fake revolutions. These revolutions are engineered by front groups for the purpose of controlling Eurasia. This was the geo-political stratagem of the West which was announced years ago, and Zbigniew Brzezinski spoke of the necessity of controlling Eurasia to control the world for the American Empire. Destabilization is the neo-conservative approach to this area, however, and if we recall last year, Henry Kissinger noted that we would see a series of acts of destabilizations in the Middle Eastern nations that were, in a large part, given impetus by color revolutions.
The destabilization campaign then spread to Libya and other nations, which were also furthered by economic warfare. The Libya plot to “kill Gaddafi,” of course goes back decades, but the entire Gaddafi scenario was scripted, in my estimation. The purpose here, of course, is objective analysis, and not moralistic judgments, as geo-politics is not concerned with morals, but with facts: the is, not the ought. These geo-political strategists operate in conjunction with the nexus of Washington, Wall Street and the six largest mega-banks that have the military industrial complex in their employ. The world isn’t multi-polar, it’s banko-polar. And so there is an Anglo-American establishment that uses the British model of espionage and cloak and dagger to remain in control behind the scenes as an international shadow government, with a series of front governments and leaders that operate in their employ. Cursory examinations of mainline books on espionage and intelligence operations reveal this same pattern of puppet leaders and phony dictators, who sometimes get uppity and rebel, and are quickly replaced with a new frontman.
Note that the neo-conservative model involved direct warfare propaganda, while the left-cover model involves the cloak of “human rights.” Thus Western-funded “humanitarian” and “democratic” revolutions have a great history being used as political tools, and are a crucial component of destabilization, as the Collins Brothers have well described. The modern “Tea Party” and “Occupy Wall Street” movements also bear all the same co-opting elements, as well. Al Gore called for occupy Wall Street to be America’s “springtime” revolution, and for those who are aware of what is going on, it was immediately apparent that it was an establishment revolution. In fact, there are no real revolutions: all revolutions are establishment funded, or at least co-opted. The masses are not sophisticated enough to grasp this, and so bi-polar, binary oppositions occupy the thinking of most. Yet immersion in espionage demonstrates the fact that reality works in a much more complex way, in “The Great Game” (ultimately being modelled after the British system). The real world includes triple agents, as well as control of third parties, and even higher level methods of control, such as playing three or more groups off against one another.
On the ground level, nation states are destroyed and carved up into pieces, while the populace believes that nation-states still exist. The nation-states have already been divided up and consolidated into unions (somewhat still in process), which are then to be consolidated into a global government, with global standardization in all areas of life. A student of empires is not surprised by any of this, and it’s for this reason that I cannot but recommend classic works like The Iliad, The Aeneid, and in particular, works by Julius Caesar himself, since Caesar represents the rise of the Empire from the Republic. Espionage (conspiracy) is nothing new: Divide and conquer, which is the classic plan of balkanization, continues to work and always will because man is not sophisticated enough to understand this.