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Re: [WSF-Discuss] Fwd: Michel Chossudovsky, Part I : Occupy Wall Street and "The American Autumn" : Is It a "Colored Revolution"?

de parte de Azril Bacal on 2011-10-17 20:27
Dear Jai, Immanuel and friends,
Having read Chossudovsky earlier, fully agree with Immanuel.
We had the same argument with my spanish biologist friends in Uppsala last
wednesday, about the "all powerful" powers of the powerful.
In other words, defeatism and reification of hopelessness.
A spanish saying says: Lo perfecto es enemigo de lo bueno (and may add, of
the possible good).
Just returning to Perú as a visiting professor, joined the indignados last
15/10 in Plaza San Martin, downtown Lima.
Chaotic as it was, it WAS a statement, a longing, an affirmation as well, a
search for alternatives, a questioning of what needs to be questioned- in
the midst of a fragmented crowd seeking for Pirandello´s author.
Tonite, a bunch of veterans will discuss the creation of a support network,
organize some facilitation workshops for organizers, etc.
Please, Jai, forward Hugo´s email to my mail. He changed the one he had
earlier...
Abrazos from La Molina, Lima, Perú
Azril
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On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Immanuel Wallerstein <
immanuel.wallerstein@...> wrote:

> dear jai,
>
> i'm sure there are constant attempts to coopt dissent and there are also
> constant attempts to manufacture dissent - for all the reasons chossudovsky
> suggests. but therefore what? shall we sit down and give up? there is also
> real dissent, not manufactured and not coopted. in this article, there is
> not a single positive suggestion about what we should do. i say that's not
> very helpful. just a way of say\ing the monster is too big and we can never
> defeat it. this is defeatism on the left/immanuel
>
>
> At 02:14 PM 10/17/2011, you wrote:
>
> [Traducción de Google en español más abajo]
>
>
>
> Monday, 17 October 2011
>
> [Am travelling, and am having some problems sending my mail from my main
> eddress jai.sen@....  Am therefore using my gmail id to send this.
> Please however do reply to me at my main eddress.  Thanks !]
>
>
>
> *STIRS EVERYWHERE…
> *
> *??
> *
>
>
> *Occupy Wall Street and ‘The American Autumn’ : Is this a ‘Coloured
> Revolution’ ?
> *
>
>
> Despite (or perhaps because of) the apparently stunning success of the
> ‘OWS’ (‘Occupy Wall Street’) actions on Saturday, apparently in 951 cities
> across some / much of the world, it remains essential to reflect critically
> on what this movement is, how it is growing, how it is reflecting and
> addressing the demands and proposals of the actions in different parts of
> the world that it is building on, from Greece to Egypt to Spain to Turtle
> Island…. And on the directions in which it moving, how and why it is moving
> in those directions, and who is giving it direction and structure.
>
>
>
> When I posted the call for the October 15 action – a version posted by
> someone I deeply respect, an indigenous peasant activist from Peru, Hugo
> Blanco - on October 12, I urged everyone, and especially those taking part
> in the actions or otherwise looking on them with respect, to also look into
> these questions.
>
>
>
> Here is a posting of the first part of an essay by Michel Chossudovsky of
> the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) in Canada,
> http://www.globalresearch.ca, who is quite widely respected as a scholar
> of ‘globalisation’, that asks some very hard questions about the OWS
> movement.
>
>
>
> Even though I found his earlier related essay (‘ Manufacturing Dissent:
> the Anti-globalization Movement is Funded by the Corporate Elites<http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21110>,
> Global Research, September 20, 2010) very positional and not well argued, I
> still urge that you read this one.  Just as some others are doing, it asks
> difficult questions and brings forward important information.  Read it
> critically.
>
> ____________________________________
>
>
>
> Lunes, 17 de octubre 2011
>
> [Estoy de viaje, y estoy teniendo algunos problemas para enviar mensajes de
> mi eddress principales jai.sen @ cacim.net. Tanto, estoy usando mi gmail
> id para enviar esta. Por favor, sin embargo hay respuesta para mí en mi
> eddress principal. Gracias!]
>
>
>
> *MUEVE POR TODAS PARTES ...
> ??
> *
> *Ocupan de Wall Street y 'El americano de otoño': ¿Es esta una "revolución
> de color"?
> *
> A pesar de (o quizás debido a) el éxito aparentemente impresionante de la
> 'AA' ('Ocupar Wall Street') las acciones el sábado, al parecer en 951
> ciudades a través de algunos / gran parte del mundo, sigue siendo esencial
> para reflexionar críticamente sobre lo que este movimiento es , ¿cómo está
> creciendo, ¿cómo es reflexionar y hacer frente a las demandas y propuestas
> de las acciones en diferentes partes del mundo que está construyendo, desde
> Grecia hasta Egipto a España a la Isla Tortuga .... Y en las direcciones en
> que se mueve, cómo y por qué se está moviendo en esa dirección, y que está
> dando la dirección y la estructura.
>
> Cuando he publicado la convocatoria para el 15 de octubre de acción - una
> versión publicada por alguien a quien respeto profundamente, un activista
> campesino indígena del Perú, Hugo Blanco - el 12 de octubre, que instó a
> todos, y especialmente los que participan en las acciones o de lo contrario
> busca en ellos con respecto , para buscar también en estas cuestiones.
>
> Esta es una publicación de la primera parte de un ensayo de Michel
> Chossudovsky, del Centro de Investigación sobre la Globalización (CRG) en
> Canadá, http://www.globalresearch.ca, que es muy muy respetado como un
> estudioso de la "globalización", que hace algunas preguntas muy difíciles
> sobre el movimiento OWS.
>
> A pesar de que encontró a su primer ensayo relacionados ("La disidencia de
> fabricación: el movimiento anti-globalización es financiado por las élites
> corporativas, Global Research, 20 de septiembre de 2010) muy posicional y no
> argumentó bien, todavía me instan a que usted lea esto. Al igual que algunos
> otros están haciendo ahora, que hace preguntas difíciles y aporta
> información importante hacia adelante. Leer de manera crítica.
>
>
>
>             JS
>
>
>
> fwd
> Begin forwarded message:
>
>   *From: *Paul de Burgh-Day < pdeburgh@...>
> *Date: *October 15 2011 11:19:28 pm GMT-04:00
> *To: *IHRO@...
> *Subject: [IHRO] Michel Chossudovsky: Part I:: Occupy Wall Street and "The
> American Autumn": Is It a "Colored Revolution"?
> Reply-To: *IHRO@...
>
>
> So you think Occupy Wall Street is a spontaneous eruption eh?
> May I commend you to reading this (Part I) analysis from Michel
> Chossudovsky.
> Then reconsider your opinion!
>
> Sobering eh?
> Feel betrayed? Exploited? Manipulated?
> There are some very clever, seriously evil people behind all this!
>
> Who is there that you can trust?
> Probably not even yourself - unless you really have your eyes open.
>
> Which all serves to emphasise my long-standing mantra that "Nothing is as
> it is being made to seem!"
>
> Paul
>
> PSI will post out Part II as soon as I see it.
>
> *Occupy Wall Street and "The American Autumn":
> Is It a "Colored Revolution"?
> *Part I
>
> *By Michel Chossudovsky
> *
> http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27053
>
> October 13, 2011
>
> *There is a grassroots protest movement unfolding across America, which
> includes people from all walks of life, from all age groups, conscious of
> the need for social change and committed to reversing the tide.
> *
> *The grassroots of this movement constitutes a response to the "Wall
> Street agenda" of financial fraud and manipulation which has served to
> trigger unemployment and poverty across the land.
> *
> *Does this movement constitute in its present form an instrument of
> meaningful reform and social change in America?
> *
> *What is the organizational structure of the movement? Who are its main
> architects?
> *
> *Has the movement or segments within this movement been co-opted?
> *
> *This is an important question, which must be addressed by those who are
> part of the Occupy Wall Street Movement as well as those who, across
> America, support real democracy.
> *
> *Introduction
> *
> Historically, progressive social movements have been infiltrated, their
> leaders co-opted and manipulated, through the corporate funding of
> non-governmental organizations, trade unions and political parties. The
> ultimate purpose of "funding dissent" is to prevent the protest movement
> from challenging  the legitimacy of the economic elites:
>
> "In a bitter irony, part of the fraudulent financial gains on Wall Street
> in recent years have been recycled to the elites' tax exempt foundations and
> charities. These windfall financial gains have not only been used to buy out
> politicians, they have also been channelled to NGOs, research institutes,
> community centres, church groups, environmentalists, alternative media,
> human rights groups, etc.
>
> The inner objective is to "manufacture dissent" and establish the
> boundaries of a "politically correct" opposition. In turn, many NGOs are
> infiltrated by informants often acting on behalf of western intelligence
> agencies. Moreover, an increasingly large segment of the progressive
> alternative news media on the internet has become dependent on funding from
> corporate foundations and charities.
>
> The objective of the corporate elites has been to fragment the people's
> movement into a vast "do it yourself" mosaic." (See Michel Chossudovsky, Manufacturing
> Dissent: the Anti-globalization Movement is Funded by the Corporate Elites<http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21110>,
> Global Research, September 20, 2010)
>
> *"Manufacturing Dissent"
> *
> At the same time, "manufactured dissent" is intent upon promoting political
> and social divisions (e.g. within and between political parties and social
> movements). In turn, it encourages the creation of factions within each and
> every organization.
>
> With regard to the anti-globalization movement, this process of division
> and fragmentation dates back to the early days of the World Social Forum.
> (See Michel Chossudovsky, Manufacturing Dissent: The Anti-globalization
> Movement is Funded by the Corporate Elites<http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=21110>,
> Global Research, September 20, 2010)
>
> Most of the progressive organizations of the post-World War II period,
> including the European "Left" have, in the course of the last thirty years,
> been transformed and remoulded. The "Free Market" system (Neoliberalism) is
> the consensus of the "Left". This applies, among others, to the Socialist
> Party in France, the Labour Party in Britain, the Social Democrats in
> Germany, not to mention the Green Party in France and Germany.
>
> In the US, bi-partisanship is not the result of the interplay of
> Congressional party politics. A handful of powerful corporate lobby groups
> control both the Republicans and the Democrats. The "bi-partisan consensus"
> is established by the elites who operate behind the scenes. It is enforced
> by the main corporate lobby groups, which exert a stranglehold over both
> major political parties.
>
> In turn, the leaders of the AFL-CIO have also been co-opted by the
> corporate establishment against the grassroots of the US labor movement.
>
> The leaders of organized labor attend the annual meetings of the Davos
> World Economic Forum (WEF). They collaborate with the Business Roundtable.
> But at the same time, the grassroots of the US labor movement has sought to
> to carry out organizational changes which contribute to democratizing the
> leadership of individual trade unions.
>
> The elites will promote a "ritual of dissent" with a high media profile,
> with the support of network TV, the corporate news as well as the internet.
>
> The economic elites -- which control major foundations -- also oversee the
> funding of numerous civil society organizations, which historically have
> been involved in the protest movement against the established economic and
> social order. The programs of many NGOs (including those involved in the
> Occupy Wall Street Movement) rely heavily on funding from private
> foundations including the Ford, Rockefeller, MacArthur, Tides foundations,
> among others.
>
> Historically, the anti-globalization movement which emerged in the 1990s
> has opposed Wall Street and the Texas oil giants controlled by Rockefeller,
> et al. Yet the foundations and charities of Rockefeller, Ford et al have,
> over the years, generously funded progressive anti-capitalist networks as
> well as environmentalists (opposed to Big Oil) with a view to ultimately
> overseeing and shaping their various activities.
>
> *"Colored Revolutions"
> *
> In the course of the last decade, "colored revolutions" have emerged in
> several countries. The "colored revolutions" are US intelligence ops which
> consist in covertly supporting protest movements with a view to triggering
> "regime change" under the banner of a pro-democracy movement.
>
> "Colored revolutions" are supported by the National Endowment for
> Democracy, the International Republican Institute and Freedom House, among
> others. The objective of a "colored revolution" is to foment social unrest
> and use the protest movement to topple the existing government. The ultimate
> foreign policy goal is to instate a compliant pro-US government (or "puppet
> regime").
>
> *"The Arab Spring"
>
> *In Egypt's "Arab Spring", the main civil society organizations including
> Kifaya (Enough) and The April 6 Youth Movement were not only supported by US
> based foundations, they also had the endorsement of the US State Department.
> (For details see Michel Chossudovsky, The Protest Movement in Egypt:
> "Dictators" do not Dictate, They Obey Orders<http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=22993>,
> Global Research, January 29, 2011)
>
> [image: []]
> Egyptian dissidents, Fellows of Freedom House in Washington DC (2008)
>
> "In a bitter irony, Washington supported the Mubarak dictatorship,
> including its atrocities, while also backing and financing its
> detractors,... Under the auspices of Freedom House, Egyptian dissidents and
> opponents of Hosni Mubarak (see above) were received in May 2008 by
> Condoleezza Rice ... and White House National Security Adviser Stephen
> Hadley." (See  Michel Chossudovsky, The Protest Movement in Egypt:
> "Dictators" do not Dictate, They Obey Orders<http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=22993>,
> Global Research, January 29, 2011)
>
> The following year (May 2009), a delegation of Egyptian dissidents was
> received by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (See below)
> [image: []]
>
> US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks with "Egyptian activists
> promoting freedom and democracy", prior to meetings at the State Department
> in Washington, DC, May 28, 2009.
>
> Compare the two pictures. Part of the 2008 delegation meeting Condoleeza
> Rice is part of the 2009 delegation meeting Hillary Clinton
>
> *
> OTPOR and the Centre for Applied Non Violent Action and Strategies (CANVAS)
> *
>
> Dissidents of Egypt's April 6 Youth Movement, which, for several years, was
> in permanent liaison with the US Embassy in Cairo, were trained by Serbia's
> Centre for Applied Non Violent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), a consulting
> and training firm specializing in "Revolution" supported by FH and the
> NED.
>
> CANVAS was established in 2003 by OTPOR, a CIA supported Serbian
> organization which played a central role in the downfall of Slobodan
> Milosevic in the wake of the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
> [image: []]
>
> Barely two months after the end of the 1999 bombings of Yugoslavia, OTPOR
> was spearheaded into playing a central role in the installation of a US-NATO
> sponsored "caretaker" government in Serbia. These developments also paved
> the way towards the secession of Montenegro from Yugoslavia, the
> establishment of the US Bondsteel military base and the eventual formation a
> Mafia State in Kosovo.
>
> In August 1999, the CIA is reported to have set up a training program for
> OTPOR in Bulgaria's capital Sofia:
>
> "In the summer of 1999, the head of the CIA, George Tenet, set up shop in
> Sofia, Bulgaria to “educate” the Serb opposition. Last August. 28 [2000],
> the BBC confirmed that a special 10-day class had been given to the Otpor
> militants, also in Sofia.
>
> The CIA program is a program in successive phases. Early on, they flatter
> the Serbs' patriotism and spirit of independence, acting as if they respect
> these qualities. But after having sown confusion and broken the unity of the
> country, the CIA and NATO would go much further."
>
> (Gerard Mugemangano and Michel Collon, "To be partly controlled by the CIA
> ? That doesn’t bother me much.", Interview with two activists of the Otpor
> student movement, International Action Center (IAC), To be partly
> controlled by the CIA ? <http://www.iacenter.org/bosnia/yugo_cia.htm>October 6, 2000.  See also " CIA
> is tutoring Serbian group, Otpor<http://emperors-clothes.com/news/cialectures.htm#more>",
> *The Monitor,* Sofia, translated by Blagovesta Doncheva, Emperors Clothes,
> September 8, 2000 )
>
> *"The Revolution Business"
> *
> OTPOR's Centre for Applied Non Violent Action and Strategies (CANVAS)
> describes itself as "an International network of trainers and consultants"
> involved in the "Revolution Business". Funded by the National Endowment for
> Democracy (NED), it constitutes a  consulting outfit, advising and training
> US sponsored opposition groups in more than 40 countries.
>
> OTPOR played a key role in Egypt.
>
> Egypt Tahir Square: What appeared to be a spontaneous democratization
> process was a carefully planned intelligence operation. View video below.
>
> [image: []]
>
>
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpXbA6yZY-8
>
> [image: []]
>
> Egypt. The Logo of the April 6 Movement
>
> [image: []]
> *Egypt’s “April 6 Youth Movement,” the same fist logo, *Source Infowars<http://www.infowars.com/cia-coup-college-recycled-revolutionary-props/>
> * *
>
> Both the April 6 Movement and Kifaya (Enough!) received prior training from
> CANVAS in Belgrade "in the strategies of non-violent revolution". "According
> to Stratfor, The tactics used by the April 6 Movement and Kifaya "were
> straight out of CANVAS's training curriculum." (Quoted in Tina Rosenberg, Revolution
> U <http://www.umass.edu/preferen/You>, *Foreign Policy*, February 16, 2011
> )
>
> It is worth noting the similarity of the logos as well as the names
> involved in CANVAS-OTPOR sponsored "Colored Revolutions"  The April 6 Youth
> Movement in Egypt used the clenched fist as its logo, Kifaya ("Enough!") has
> the same name as the Youth Protest movement supported by OTPOR in Georgia
> which was named Kmara! ("Enough!"). Both groups were trained by CANVAS/
> [image: []]
>
> Georgia's Kmara ("Enough!")
> *The Role of  CANVAS-OTPOR in the Occupy Wall Street Movement
> *
> CANVAS-OPTOR is currently involved in the Occupy Wall Street Movement
> (#OWS).
>
> Several key organizations currently involved in The Occupy Wall Street
> (#OWS) movement played a significant role in "The Arab Spring". Of
> significance, " Anonymous <http://anonops.blogspot.com/> ", the social
> media "hacktivist" group, was involved in waging cyber-attacks on Egyptian
> government websites at the height of "The Arab Spring".(
> http://anonops.blogspot.com , see also http://anonnews.org/ )
>
> In May 2011, " Anonymous" waged cyberattacks on Iran<http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/anonymous_targets_iran.php>and last August, it waged similar cyber-attacks directed against the Syrian
> Ministry Defense. These cyber-attacks were waged in support of the Syrian
> "opposition" in exile, which is largely integrated by Islamists. (See  Syrian
> Ministry Of Defense Website Hacked By 'Anonymous'<http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/08/syria-ministry-of-defense-hacked-anonymous_n_920733.html>,
> Huffington Post, August 8, 2011).
>
> The actions of "Anonymous" in Syria and Iran are consistent with the
> framework of the "Colored Revolutions". They seek to demonize the political
> regime and create political instability. (For analysis on Syria's
> Opposition, see Michel  Chossudovsky, SYRIA: Who is Behind The Protest
> Movement? Fabricating a Pretext for a US-NATO "Humanitarian Intervention"
> <http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24591>Global
> Research, May 3, 2011)
>
> Both CANVAS and Anonymous <http://anonops.blogspot.com/>are now actively
> involved in the Occupy Wall Street Movement.
>
> The precise role of CANVAS in the Occupy Wall Street Movement remains to be
> assessed.
>
> Ivan Marovic, a leader of CANVAS recently addressed the Occupy Wall Street
> protest movement in New York City. Listen carefully to his speech. (Bear in
> mind that his organization CANVAS is supported by NED).
>
> Click link below to listen to Ivan Marovic’s address to Occupy Wall Street
> in New York City
>
> *Ivan Marovic addresses Occupy Wall Street
> *
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkM3BBtc7N0
>
>
> Marovic acknowledged in an earlier statement that there is *nothing
> spontaneous in the planning of a "revolutionary event":
> *
> "It looks like people just went into the street. *But it's the result of
> months or years of preparation*. It is very boring until you reach a
> certain point, where you can organize mass demonstrations or strikes. If it
> is carefully planned, by the time they start, everything is over in a matter
> of weeks." (Quoted in Tina Rosenberg, Revolution U<http://www.umass.edu/preferen/You>,
> *Foreign Policy*, February 16, 2011)
>
> This statement by OTPOR's spokesperson Ivan Marovic would suggest that the
> protest movements in the Arab World did not spread spontaneously from one
> country to another, as portrayed by the Western media. The national protest
> movements were planned well in advance. The chronology and sequencing of
> these national protest movements were also planned.
>
> Similarly, Maravic's statement also suggests that The Occupy Wall Street
> movement was also the object of careful advanced planning by a number of key
> organizations on tactics and strategy.
>
> It is worth noting that one of OTPOR's tactics is "not try to avoid
> arrests", but rather to "provoke them and use them to the movement's
> advantage." as a PR strategy. (Ibid)
> [image: []]
>
> Occupy Wall Street Clenched Fist on http://occupywallst.org
>
> [image: []] [image: []]
>
>
>  PORA; Its Time!
>
> KMARA Enough!
>
> OBORONA  Defense
>
> KELKEL New epoch
>
>
> *PART II of this article will examine the mainstay of the Occupy Wall
> Street movement, including the role of NGO organizers.
> *
>
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