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Part Two .........
The Rabble-Rousers |
It is essential to first examine who is behind the protesters, what their connections are, and what their demands are. A movement unable to enumerate their grievances and who instead insist on rhetoric like "democratization," "social justice," and "elections" should immediately raise suspicions. Double your suspicions if it turns out a globalist backed opposition political party is leading the protesters. It then becomes obvious that the goal is not "democratization" or "elections" in and of themselves, but merely the installation of a globalist favored party into power.
In Thailand the "red shirt" protesters are unable to articulate their grievances beyond rhetorical "double standards" and alleged stolen elections. The fact that a political party, Peua Thai Party, leads the protests on the stage to supplement their attempts to regain power in Parliament point to a more self-serving agenda.
Concrete demands would be "improved education," "better infrastructure," "lower taxes," "a less intrusive government," and so on. Political activity in the US carried out by alternative media activism usually revolves around specific, enumerated grievances and specific redresses, not necessarily "regime change." A movement without "a program," myopically obsessed with "regime change" smacks of geopolitical meddling.
Further examination of Thailand's situation, reveals that the Peua Thai Party leading the "red shirts" on stage is in turn led by deposed Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Thaksin was literally standing in front of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City on the eve the Thai military ousted his government from power in a bloodless coup in 2006. Thaksin had been consolidating power, dismantling checks and balances, and systematically attempting to "liberalize" Thailand's economy on behalf of globalist foreign investors. Before taking office in 2001, Thaksin had been serving as an adviser for the notorious globalist equity firm, the Carlyle Group.
His ouster from power was coupled by a protectionist posture taken by the Thai establishment, perhaps wise to what was unfolding. The globalist response was to begin working on a color revolution to permanently overthrow the Thai establishment and reinstall Thaksin as head of a socialist welfare state. Thus, when a "revolutionary" leader has direct links to and support from globalist institutions, it serves as yet more evidence of geopolitical meddling.
No example is as clear as the current unrest in Egypt, and the self-proclaimed leader of the protesters, globalist stooge Mohamed ElBaradei of the International Crisis Group. With ElBaradei's year long efforts to build up his "National Front for Change" and the Muslim Brotherhood's support, we see yet another group of protesters calling not for concrete demands, but myopically obsessed on regime change.
Summary: Examine the opposition; are they articulating concrete, articulated grievances and demands or are they myopically obsessed with "regime change" and rhetoric? Establish their leadership and their support, and thus their motive. If their leader is an overt globalist, geopolitical meddling is afoot.