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Discussion in 'Politics' started by OldRegular, Mar 4, 2014.
Sarah Palin Responds to Ukraine Crisis She Predicted
When NGOs Attack Implications of the Coup in Georgia
Nongovernmental organizations–the notionally independent, reputedly humanitarian groups known as NGOs–are now being openly integrated into Washington’s overall strategy for consolidating global supremacy.
Events surrounding last month’s coup in post-Soviet Georgia, read in light of recent State Department documents, suggest that seemingly innocuous NGOs now play a central role in the policy of US-engineered "regime change" set forth in the notorious National Security Strategy of the United States.
The November 24 Wall Street Journal explicitly credited the toppling of Eduard Shevardnadze’s regime to the operations of "a raft of non-governmental organizations . . . supported by American and other Western foundations." These NGOs, said the Journal, had "spawned a class of young, English-speaking intellectuals hungry for pro-Western reforms" who were instrumental laying the groundwork for a bloodless coup.
Astute commentators have correctly noted connections between these provocateur NGOs and mega-philanthropist George Soros, but the billionaire speculator did not act independently. Georgia’s so-called "Velvet Revolution" appears to have been a textbook case of regime change by stealth, carefully planned and centrally coordinated by the US government.
It's no great surprise Palin predicted what John McCain, George Soros and the neocons have been working so hard to accomplish. It's more like she just let the cat out of the bag than a "prediction".