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Are popular uprisings and the ‘Arab Spring’ just a cover?

November 3, 2011
Brasscheck TV
11/3/2011

It’s is a little difficult to believe that the popular uprisings in the middle east and north Africa were ‘spontaneous’ when the plan was announced by President George W. Bush back in 2003 and called “The Greater Middle East Project”.

Even further back, in 1997 Zbignew Brzezinski wrote about the plan to control Eurasia in his book ‘The Grand Chessboard’.

On top of all that, it is now coming out that leaders of these uprisings were trained Belgrade, Serbia by organizations financed by the US State Department.

And there’s a lot more, watch this brief interview with William F.

Engdahl for more background…

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  1. November 5, 2011 12:49 am

    Yes domination if the world was planned by the Neocon. But something went wrong along the way. The people once organized had their own idea.
    Papa Bush is on record for his dislike of mob rule, that is why he did not help the Iraqi resisters. His words “I don’t want to deal with rabbles I want to deal with the military, we need to convince them to take over”. So nothing new in what e said and had the Bush crowd been in power the Arab Spring would not have evolved as it that. Obama did not send in troops claiming to help the people then, as in Iraq, started taking over and planning to stay. So he is right but it is still playing out stay tuned.

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