Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Democracy's True Colors

Source: The Technocratic Tyranny
By Vicky Davis | October 9, 2020

About three weeks ago, Tucker Carlson interviewed Darren Beattie of Revolver News. Beattie wrote an article and has been exposing the color revolution that is being employed against us. Beattie is right. This is a color revolution against us. Beattie identifies Norm Eisen as a key nexus point between the strategy of a coup against Trump and the intel community's foreign operations to execute color revolutions in foreign countries – especially the Warsaw Pact countries. 


Another nexus point is Frank Fahrenkopf. Fahrenkopf is the co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) and he has been co-chair since 1987 when the Commission was established.

The CPD has a website where they have a history of the debates plus this tidbit:
Further, the CPD provides technical assistance to emerging democracies and others interested in establishing debate traditions in their countries. In recent years, the staff worked with groups from Bosnia, Burundi, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Haiti, Jamaica, Lebanon, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, Romania, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, and Ukraine, among others. Finally, the CPD coordinates post-debate symposia and research after many of its presidential forums. [*** See Côte d'Ivoire below]
I knew Frank Fahrenkopf's name from prior research – not on the CPD but his connection to the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). Frank Fahrenkopf was a key figure in the establishment of NED as an independent agency for the promotion of Democracy around the world. The following is an abbreviated cover of a "Republican Journal of Thought and Opinion" called Commonsense from 1983.
This pdf has only that section of the Journal pertaining to the Democracy Program. Notice that on page 4, Frank Fahrenkopf is listed as the publisher of the Journal.

In the first section written by William Brock, U.S. Trade Representative between 1981-1985. Brock was responsible for kicking of the Uruguay Round of trade that ultimately led to the establishment of the World Trade Organization in 1995. He wrote:

The first step in structuring the Democracy Program study was to ensure that the full spectrum of our pluralistic system was represented. As then Chairman of the American Political Foundation, I had the honor of serving as chairman of the study group's executive board. Frank J. Fahrenkopf was Chairman of the Republican National Committee and DNC Chairman was Charles Manatt.

Ultimately, four Foundations were established to be directed by NED for a coordinated strategy to "spread democracy" around the world using a turnkey system of revolution (color revolution) followed by the establishment of the four controlling institutions modeled by NED. The following image was the NED institute leadership from 2018.
On a recent edition of the Hoover Institute's Goodfellows discussion group, H.R. McMaster was talking about his new book, Battleground and the reason he wrote it. According to McMaster, we are in a battle for the soul of America's foreign policy. I agree and the reason is because our foreign policy and the international institutions they support are trying to bring down our country – to subvert our sovereignty in favor of global governance. They've been executing a slow rolling coup d'etat since 1990 – the end of the cold war.

The following is an excerpt from the Goodfellows program on September 24, 2020.


Please go to The Technocratic Tyranny to read the entire article.
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Ed.'s note: More on Norman Eisen who at one point worked as the Assistant Director of the Los Angeles office of the Anti-Defamation League. He investigated antisemitism and other civil rights violations, promoted holocaust education and advanced U.S.–Israel relations. Any work Eisen does at the Brookings Institute developing policy will inevitably favor Israel over America. To illustrate this point, in 2017 Eisen was named "#11 on the Politico 50 list of thinkers shaping American politics." Eisen's allgiance is to Czech and Slovak homelands where his mother was born under the Nazis. 

Eisen served as the US Ambassador to the Czech Republic from 2011 until 2014. He has been a Trump critic from the very beginning. Esien worked with Rep. Jerry Nadler closely in the attempted impeachment of President Trump over "foreign interference in the 2016 election." What is extremely odd about the two Jews, Eisen and Nadler and their claims of "antisemitism," is their claim of being singled out for being the only "house managers" who are Jewish in their opposition to President Trump. Why not Esien and Nadler take that issue up with the Jewish oligarch Sheldon Adelson who fronted $75 million more to Trump's reelection campaign?

Normman Eisen




What should be noted concerning General H.R. McMaster above is that it was McMaster who fired the Jewish Ezra-Cohen Watnick from the NSC staff. After McMaster fired Watnick, he was hired by Safra Catz's Oracle. Watnick was accused of leaking information to Rep. Devin Nunes and suspected of working on behalf of foreign interests (Israel). Nunes (the lawsuit guy) himself has a strong allegiance to Israel having one of the largest campaign financial funds of any congressmen. Nunes was the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee. When Watnick was fired by H.R. McMaster,  it triggered a huge backlash by the pro-Israel and pro-Russia controlled alt media such as Breitbart News and Infowars. This network that is in existence is an excellent example of how this network operates to achieve their goals through its powerful range of influence.

Regardless of anyone's thoughts on General H. R. McMaster, there was a targeted conspiracy against him when he was appointed as the US National Security Adviser. This network's goal was to have McMaster replaced by John Bolton. It was General Michael Flynn who hired Watnick. That "battle" over the "soul of American foreign policy" McMaster wrote about, is likely America's relation with Israel. But you can't talk about that in America. Any discussion about the "deep state" (Peter Dale Scott) without discussion of Israel is anathema. For example, as the US Ambassador to the Czech Republic, did Eisen work to make sure that diplomatic relations between the Czech Republic and Israel became stronger? 

McMaster dismisses another Flynn hire from National Security Council



As an aside to all this and related to the material above on color revolutions, here is what the US financed in Thailand:


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