by Richard Hugus
February 3, 2018
Recent newspaper obituaries and articles on the late Gene Sharp are a classic case of misinformation, and a good example of why so many people don’t trust the mainstream news. Far from being a promoter of democracy through Gandhian non-violence, Gene Sharp, through his Albert Einstein Institute, made an entire career out of US/CIA regime change operations, from China to Yugoslavia to Venezuela to Ukraine to Syria. His “color revolutions” all had the same formula — phony grass roots organizations (like Otpor in Serbia), funded and advised by US government, the National Endowment for Democracy, George Soros' Open Society Institute, or the Ford Foundation, suddenly appearing in public squares (Tiananmen Square in China, Tahrir Square in Egypt, Maidan Square in Ukraine); covert operations making it look like the demonstrators were being attacked by government forces, or government forces, police, and "anarchists" acting as provocateurs, and lavish coverage from Western news outlets calling for the toppling of the evil dictator responsible for beating and killing his own people. Gandhi would have rolled over in his grave if he saw the ends to which his philosophy was perverted by Gene Sharp. Violence always lay underneath his high-sounding but underhanded destabilization and coup campaigns. Sharp was an agent and accomplice of the CIA in grossly illegal attacks on sovereign nations all around the world. He should be condemned, not praised.
Beware the raised fist logo. It may be a color revolution:
Beware "Antifa" -- fascists pretending to fight fascism:
The "anarchist" YPG in Syria, proxy warriors for the US and Israel