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China is onto U.S. regime change tactics

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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 12:32 PM
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China is onto U.S. regime change tactics



The 12 Steps to regime change, employed by the USm as outlined in the video:

1. Dispatch CIA, MI6 and other intelligence officers as students, tourists, volunteers, businessmen, and reporters to the target country

2. Set up non-governmental organisations (NGO) under the guise of humanitarianism to fight for “democracy” and “human rights” In order to attract advocates of freedom and ideals

3. Attract local traitors and especially academics, politicians, reporters, soldiers, etc., through bribery, or threaten those who have some stain in their life

4. If the target country has labour unions, bribe them

5. Pick a catchy theme or color for the revolution. Examples include the Prague spring (1968), Velvet revolution (Eastern Europe, 1969), Rose revolution (Georgia, 2003), Cedar revolution (Lebanon, 2005), Orange revolution (Ukraine), Green revolution (Iran), Jasmin revolution, Arab Spring and even Hong Kong’s Umbrella revolution

6. Start protests for whatever reasons to kick off the revolution. It could be human rights, democracy, government corruption or electoral fraud. Evidence isn’t necessary; any excuse will do

7. Write protests signs and banners in English to let Americans see and get American politicians and civilians involved

8. Let those corrupted politicians, intellectuals and union leaders join the protests and call upon all people with grievances to join

9. The US and European mainstream media help continuously emphasize that the revolution is caused by injustice thereby gaining the support of the majority

10. When the whole world is watching, stage a false-flag action. The target government will soon be destabilised and lose support among its people

11. Add in violent agent provocateurs to provoke the police to use force. This will cause the target government to lose the support of other countries and become “deligitimized” by the international community

12. Send politicians to the US, EU and UN to petition so that the target government will face the threat of economic sanctions, no-fly zones and even airstrikes and an armed rebel uprising


We know Russia is open about knowing it, but now China is also open about it.

Only WW3 can come from it, but that`s not such a big deal of course.




posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 12:56 PM
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I read somewhere else that this is exactly what's going on now in Hong Kong.
Just when you thought you hit the bottom of the rabit hole. you find another hole. and maybe a carrot



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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No world war 3 is not a big deal, because the American people and homeland will still be mostly spared and untouched. In fact, we usually sacrifice Europe and allow them to be the ones directly attacked in such a scenario. Sorry Europe, there is an ulterior motive for having you join us on these suicide missions, and that's to use you as a shield. Noone can touch the American mainland and that's just fact.

We will bring our peace and Democracy to the entire Earth, whether anyone likes or wants it or not bwahaha!!! I am only half joking here. Does it matter that China is on to our game?? they've known forever they were just playing ball until it came home to roost, as it did on Russias borders. I suspect the next decade will be an interesting one of the big powers uniting in an effort to cut us off economically, as everyone knows a direct confrontation with us ends with us winning.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:02 PM
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originally posted by: DYepes
, as everyone knows a direct confrontation with us ends with us winning.


Well except North Korea and Vietnam they won or at least fought you to a stalemate



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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:06 PM
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What? No!
Where they asleep when the first cold war started, or how did they learn that now? The dragon awoke from his winter rest?



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:08 PM
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Or, rather than going into crazy conspiracy territory and blaming the "big bad wolf" that is the United States, maybe some people in China don't like their lot in life and protested to change things? Perhaps, just perhaps, China didn't like the fact that a huge protest happened and want to shift blame to someone that wasn't them. Protests can and do happen without "supa seekrit black ops CIA mossad infiltrations!". Looks at OWS. A protest that happened in the United States. Was that ALSO planned by these black ops people?


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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:08 PM
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originally posted by: DYepes
No world war 3 is not a big deal, because the American people and homeland will still be mostly spared and untouched. In fact, we usually sacrifice Europe and allow them to be the ones directly attacked in such a scenario. Sorry Europe, there is an ulterior motive for having you join us on these suicide missions, and that's to use you as a shield. Noone can touch the American mainland and that's just fact.

We will bring our peace and Democracy to the entire Earth, whether anyone likes or wants it or not bwahaha!!! I am only half joking here. Does it matter that China is on to our game?? they've known forever they were just playing ball until it came home to roost, as it did on Russias borders. I suspect the next decade will be an interesting one of the big powers uniting in an effort to cut us off economically, as everyone knows a direct confrontation with us ends with us winning.


The US has not won a conflict in over 50 years. They look tough in movies but proof is in the pudding. If the US was capable of winning a conflict, maybe they would have helped out Ukraine, but they didn't, they just talked a bunch of smack and then left Ukraine on their own since it was painfully obvious that Russia was ready to fight so the US tucked tail and ran.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:12 PM
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originally posted by: crazyewok

originally posted by: DYepes
, as everyone knows a direct confrontation with us ends with us winning.


Well except North Korea and Vietnam they won or at least fought you to a stalemate




That was actually just the global elite bringing the USA Sheeple down a notch so that they would more easily succumb to the Corporotacracy.

As to WW3, current regimes seem far more willing to take us further than a traditional boots on the ground war. The reason we have troops stationed all around the world is because TPTB expect a direct attack on the mainland sooner or later.
Bring in the NATO troops!



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:19 PM
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Hong Kong’s “Occupy Central” is US-backed Sedition First appeared



The goal of the US in Hong Kong is clear – to turn the island into an epicenter of foreign-funded subversion with which to infect China’s mainland more directly.

Protesters of the “Occupy Central” movement in Hong Kong shout familiar slogans and adopt familiar tactics seen across the globe as part of the United States’ immense political destabilization and regime change enterprise. Identifying the leaders, following the money, and examining Western coverage of these events reveal with certainty that yet again, Washington and Wall Street are busy at work to make China’s island of Hong Kong as difficult to govern for Beijing as possible.


Source



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:36 PM
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a reply to: BornAgainAlien

Sorry that's not a news source. They are confusing polemic sensationalism, with journalism.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:38 PM
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Another thing they will do it take over a small protest and turn it into their own .I think that is what we are seeing in Hong Kong . Some of the original student protesters have made that claim . I think that is why Beijing was quick to include them in a meeting that is supposed to take place real soon . I'll see if I can find where I read that ... a reply to: BornAgainAlien

ETA this epicode of crosstalk speaks with two people about the protest and what it's really about



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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:47 PM
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originally posted by: Annunak1
I read somewhere else that this is exactly what's going on now in Hong Kong.
Just when you thought you hit the bottom of the rabit hole. you find another hole. and maybe a carrot


While the above "is", at least in many parts true to a lot of activites. it is not true, when Hong Kong is concerned. In Hong Kong, it's actually China that is using these tactics.

And now, China has been educated by CIA on how to use propagand and TV, to get people behind their actions. By accusing the other side of it first.

Since 1997, China has force immigration into Hong Kong in such a manner, that there are no housing available in this small territory to house the population. Thus, in Hong Kong, a lot of Chinese live in a box, literally speaking. Their quarters, being some 20 square meters, or even less. China did this, to cause the general Chinese public to dislike Hong Kong. This small territory, was already hard pressed in population, long before China started to "push" for mainland Chinese to move into the area. Over 4 more millions, without the housing projects to provide them with housing.

The citizens of Hong Kong, have a legitimate claim ... however, China has sent saboteurs to derail their claims. In reality, the protests are the product of China's activities that have caused great decline in Hong Kong living standards, and cause health dangers to extremes. An example, Chine border control officers, on the border of Hong Kong and mainland China, do not perform their duty in maintaining a barrier. Chinese workers, are generally anti-foreigners, and are rude to customers.

Currently, mainland Chinese have started to report atrocities against Chinese, performed by the Hong Kong Chinese. Keep in mind, that the Hong Kong Chinese still use the old language, like Taiwan, but unlike Taiwan they also still "speak" cantonese, and not mandarin.

China wrote an agreement, with England, where they guaranteed that Hong Kong would remain free for 50 years. They do not intend to keep that agreement, and will annex Hong Kong, and expell Hong Kong chinese, within the next 5 years.

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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:15 PM
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originally posted by: Annunak1
I read somewhere else that this is exactly what's going on now in Hong Kong.
Just when you thought you hit the bottom of the rabit hole. you find another hole. and maybe a carrot


As with every Rabbit Hole, you soon discover it's just an entrance to a warren.

Back on topic, this doesn't surprise me in the slightest. Of course the MSM report it as indigenous folk standing up to Government, but as with most anti Government organisations they are infiltrated by agents from all sides unfortunately.

Not to worry though, WWIII won't be long now.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:25 PM
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a reply to: MALBOSIA




The US has not won a conflict in over 50 years.


So the first Iraq war wasn't won by the US?



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:25 PM
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Double post
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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:27 PM
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a reply to: Peeple

Yet some how you consider westren news media outlets as sources? yet they even are ignoring Libya now?



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:30 PM
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originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: MALBOSIA




The US has not won a conflict in over 50 years.


So the first Iraq war wasn't won by the US?


No, it was a coalition of many countries, including the U.S.


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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:39 PM
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originally posted by: Cobaltic1978

originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: MALBOSIA




The US has not won a conflict in over 50 years.


So the first Iraq war wasn't won by the US?


No, it was a coalition of many countries, including the U.S.


But that describes every war we've been involved in since the Spanish American war.

WWI and WWI? Coalitions. What do you think the term "The Allies" refers to?
Korea? Coalition: The single largest UN contributor was the United States of America (USA) which at one stage had 140,000 personnel deployed in direct combat roles in Korea. Great Britain, Canada, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Colombia, Ethiopia, South Africa, New Zealand, Turkey, Greece, Thailand, Philippines and Luxembourg sent fighting units. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, India, Italy contributed military hospitals and field ambulances to the cause.

Vietnam? Coalition: US, Laos, Australia, South Korean with support form the UK, Canada, Philippines,



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:43 PM
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originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: MALBOSIA

So the first Iraq war wasn't won by the US?



No, however your definition of a win ... is probably the retrieval of the Iraqi troops from Kuwait, which makes it semantically a win.

However, the US hasn't won ... as the war is still going on. The first Iraq conflict, was merely a battle ... not the war. The result of that battle, was a "truce", which Saddam Hussein was stupid enough to comply with, followed by a 13 year starvation period. Followed by a second "battle", that was and is not the end of that war.

A war is not about shooting people, and blowing up things ... so the war is still going on, and has not been won ... so the answer is still the same. The US has never won a war ... ever. And all the battles it has contributed to, has made things worse.

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posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:45 PM
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originally posted by: BornAgainAlien
China is onto U.S. regime change tactics



The 12 Steps to regime change, employed by the USm as outlined in the video:

1. Dispatch CIA, MI6 and other intelligence officers as students, tourists, volunteers, businessmen, and reporters to the target country

2. Set up non-governmental organisations (NGO) under the guise of humanitarianism to fight for “democracy” and “human rights” In order to attract advocates of freedom and ideals

3. Attract local traitors and especially academics, politicians, reporters, soldiers, etc., through bribery, or threaten those who have some stain in their life

4. If the target country has labour unions, bribe them

5. Pick a catchy theme or color for the revolution. Examples include the Prague spring (1968), Velvet revolution (Eastern Europe, 1969), Rose revolution (Georgia, 2003), Cedar revolution (Lebanon, 2005), Orange revolution (Ukraine), Green revolution (Iran), Jasmin revolution, Arab Spring and even Hong Kong’s Umbrella revolution

6. Start protests for whatever reasons to kick off the revolution. It could be human rights, democracy, government corruption or electoral fraud. Evidence isn’t necessary; any excuse will do

7. Write protests signs and banners in English to let Americans see and get American politicians and civilians involved

8. Let those corrupted politicians, intellectuals and union leaders join the protests and call upon all people with grievances to join

9. The US and European mainstream media help continuously emphasize that the revolution is caused by injustice thereby gaining the support of the majority

10. When the whole world is watching, stage a false-flag action. The target government will soon be destabilised and lose support among its people

11. Add in violent agent provocateurs to provoke the police to use force. This will cause the target government to lose the support of other countries and become “deligitimized” by the international community

12. Send politicians to the US, EU and UN to petition so that the target government will face the threat of economic sanctions, no-fly zones and even airstrikes and an armed rebel uprising


We know Russia is open about knowing it, but now China is also open about it.

Only WW3 can come from it, but that`s not such a big deal of course.


LOL. That's funny because that is also right out of Mao's Little red book and the Soviet steps to spread the worker's struggle to the west from the 1950's.

Their just quoting their own playbook and blaming it on the US.



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