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The Conspiracy Show
Hosted by - Richard Syrett,
Beginning in December 2010 a series of supposed spontaneous popularist uprisings, both violent and non-violent, began to take hold across the middle east. By December 2013 rulers had been forced from power in Tunesia, twice in Egypt, Libya and Yemen. Several uprisings erupted in Bahrain, protests erupted in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Sudan. A bloody civil war continues to rage in Syria.
But were these protests and revolutions in fact spontaneous and popularist. Did these uprisings actually pit ordinary men and women, fighting for democratic reform, against corrupt and barbaric regimes?
Is Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, an evil, corrupt tyrant as portrayed in the west or is tissard telling the truth when he contends the civil war now tearing his country apart, was started by outside insurgents, funded and armed by the US, NATO and their Arab allies in the region?
On this episode of The Conspiracy Show, we'll explore the possibility that the Arab Spring was in fact a hoax, a series of stage managed events, a fake.
Uprisings throughout the Arab states was fermented by outside forces in order to create client states.
Alias: Jeffery Steinberg
Occupation: Counter Intelligence Editor of "Executive Intelligence Review"
"former General Wesley Clark recounted a conversation he had with Paul Wolfowitz who was then Deputy to Dick Cheney. And Wolfowitz calmly told him that there were a number of countries that had had been allied with the Soviet Union in the Cold War and all those countries were targets for regime change - Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia. The target list has remained constant throughout this prolonged period and the checklist is getting shorter and shorter."
Genocide: Russia and the New World Order - by Sergey Glazyev
Russian Academician Sergei Glazyev's 1998 book Genocide is crucial for understanding what happened after the end of the Soviet Union, as well as the political and economic realities in Russia today and Russia's posture in world economic policy decisions. Minister of Foreign Economic Relations in Boris Yeltsin's first cabinet, the author was the only member of the government to resign in protest of the economic looting of Russia in the name of "reform," and Yeltsin's abolition of the Parliament and the Constitution in 1993. Sergei Glazyev went on to head the State Duma Economic Policy Committee for Economic Policy, run for President in 2004, and work as Secretary of the new Customs Union of Russia, Belarus, and Kazakstan. Today he is an adviser to President Vladimir Putin on Eurasian economic integration.
Obamaís Ukrainian War: Viewpoint of President Putinís Advisor Sergei Glazyev
Viewpoint of President Putinís Advisor
Russia's natural change in population over the past twenty-five years has been fairly unstable, decreasing in the early 90's, leveling out and then climbing beginning in 2005 before leveling out again.