Friday, June 7, 2013

US ‘helping spark political unrest’

So many devastating changes in the Middle East's so-called 'Arab Spring' aftermath are being blamed on misguided US policies in many countries.

This in-depth report reveals how Washington institutions allegedly groom destructive elements when attempting to destabilise nations.

Their tentacles are now even touching Turkey's fully-fledged democracy – one that has achieved economic transformation in only a decade, with tourism and foreign investment booming. Even its armed forces were depoliticised.

Sadly, its rise as a regional power capable of maintaining regional stability is now threatened…


i am covertress said...

From the article:

"The so-called leaders and grassroot Arab activists were trained, most often on US soil, on using social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter and advanced mobile technologies.

It was also revealed that Facebook, Google, MTV, Columbia Law School [!!!] and the US State Department and other partners played a pivotal role in sponsoring such meetings and training schemes."

Columbia Law School? The same law school that Obama allegedly graduated from 30 years ago - yet none of his former classmates recalled ever seeing him attend?

The plot thickens.