Tha Arab Spring revolutions started in Tunisia 2010. Untest spread to Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Syria and Bahrain.
The protests were sparked by the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi on 17 December 2010 and led to the ousting of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali 28 days later
Soros’ Open Society funded the main opposition voice in Tunisia, Radio Kalima, which championed the riots there that led to Ben Ali’s ouster.
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5.7 Strävan mot konflikt / Behovet av motstånd
Globalists use conflict on many levels and areas, f.ex:
Between people. If people are put in power for false reasons (like being promoted to a post by a superior wishing conflict) they do not have the skill or motive to respond accurately and will create conflict.
In forums: Using rudeness and arguments against the person in order to cover up the real topic and bring down the discussion to troll level.
Between groups of people in order to divide and conquer, women and immigrants are f.ex. supported by MSM.
Between countries like in the Skripal drama. Both UK and Russia lose. As usual only war mongers win. In creating conflict both the participating parties often lose and only the superior part wishing a cold war wins. In this case the “Deep State” and US war machine are the winners in that cold war gives false motives for rearmament.
Continue reading “05. Methods: 5.07.01 Strävan mot konflikter, Palestinafrågan; The image of conflict, The useful enemy, The Cold War, Provocations; Media focus on the Middle East and foreign countries; hets mot konflikt och krig; destructiveness”