William de Berg
“Color Revolution” is a term that is used to denote the use of color symbolism to define revolutionary movements designed to topple governments around the world. Some of the most famous of these are the orange revolution in the Ukraine, the rose revolution in Georgia, the saffron revolution in Burma, and the various green revolutions throughout the Arab Spring. The U.S. and other western governments have played an important role in fomenting and planning many of these revolutions and, when successful, the typical outcome of these revolutions is the rise of new “western-friendly” though not always more democratic governments. Hence, “color revolution” has taken on a pejorative connotation in many quarters around the world.
For those in the “Truther” movement who understand the machinations of the western globalist elite—known by various names such as the Bilderbergers, Trilateralists, and Deep State—it is well-appreciated that this “cabal” led by a small group of powerful bankers seeks global control over nations and their resources. Truthers are also aware of the decline of the cabal’s power both at home and abroad as the burgeoning alternative media now discredits and mocks the cabal’s once-powerful media at every turn and its twin rivals Russia and China have surged into control over most of the Eurasian land mass after the cabal’s disastrous military interventions in the Middle East. The cabal’s arch-nemesis takes the form of Donald Trump, who is rallying Americans against the globalist agenda and is opposed to the military interventionism that the cabal requires for its global conquest to succeed.
Real Deal Reports (24 June 2020) with Dean Ryan in Austin and Mike Bara in Seattle.
Donald Trump was not expected to win the presidency in 2016—in fact, the elites put up firewalls in several key states with their powerful urban political machines and media control and subversion by elements of his own party and even electronic surveillance. But, his surprise victory set off a relentless series of challenges to his authority, from Russiagate to the Mueller investigation to the attempted use of the 25th amendment to the Ukraine investigation and impeachment. All of those failed, but the COVID crisis, the economic collapse, and the rioting following the Floyd death in Minneapolis have all combined to produce the greatest threat to Trump’s presidency.
Truthers generally believe none of the recent events were accidental, especially the COVID crisis. Regardless of whether the coronavirus itself was engineered for the crisis (the “plandemic”), it is more certain that the restrictions on personal freedom and the devastating economic lockdowns (the “panic-demic”) were intended to subvert the economy into the elite’s hands, create radical social disruptions, and destroy Trump’s election chances. With the publication of the leaked German government document outlining a plan of political leaders, medical experts, and the corporate media to terrorize the populace into accepting the draconian economic lockdowns, there is now indisputable evidence that the COVID lockdowns were indeed a product of conspiracy in some Western nations.
The growing financial stress readily transformed itself into well-funded riots and protests led by groups such as ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter that were designed to further weaken or even destroy Trump. Then, along with the protests and riots comes an extraordinary article in Vanity Fair about the toppling of Trump by an American “color revolution” in the form of protests and riots in key cities including the capital and the turning of key political and military leaders against law-enforcement and the President. What is significant about the article is not just its illuminating content but who wrote it—Franklin Foer.
Real Deal Reports (25 June 2020) with Dean Ryan in Austin and Mike Bara in Seattle.
Foer was one of the leading proponents of the Russiagate hoax and a former editor of the neocon New Republic, so, his arguments reflect the playbook of the cabal. Sure enough, all sorts of retired generals and presidents, from Colin Powell and George W. Bush (both of “weapons of mass destruction fame”) to former Trump officials Mattis and Kelly shortly thereafter jumped on the pro-protest/anti-Trump bandwagon. The near-storming of the White House on May 30, 2020, was intended to be the defining moment in which Trump, like other to-be-deposed presidents of other nations, might escape from office and relinquish power. Except it didn’t happen, not then and certainly not after the riots that damaged so much of America in the next few days but eventually fizzled out. Why?
For one, the color revolution never occurred because the American military—trained to uphold the Constitution and defend a duly elected president–never blinked as it carried out its responsibilities to the nation. (Some police such as the Arlington, VA, force did, however, refuse to cooperate in the defense of the nation’s capital.) But, the larger reason was that the revolution’s color—black, the color of the Black Lives Matter and the ANTIFA flag—was the wrong color to unite various minority communities and most of the white population, aside from a small group of mainly white youth. One of the complaints among the demonstrators was that, in most cities, the Latino and Asian communities were largely no-shows in the protests. But, why would this be surprising? Asian small businesses were hit hard in these riots, as well as the Los Angeles riots of 1992, and tensions between the Asian-American and African-American communities continue to linger.
Real Deal Reports (26 June 2020) with Mike Bara in Seattle and Blake Walley in Austin.
Hispanic-American and African-American relations are also strained in some cities like Miami and Los Angeles. Immigration is an issue that fractures partly along racial/ethnic lines, but so are attitudes towards police, which in Miami and many southwestern cities have a large Hispanic component that receives respect from the community. Muslims and other minority religious communities also shied away from the protests, as did initially the LGBTQ community, which in some cities was actually attacked by the crowds. Even large segments of the African-American community have stayed away from the Black Lives Matter movement, whose street protests are mostly non-black in composition.
So, despite Trump’s shaky support in all of the above communities, the color revolution not only failed but appears to have backfired. Had they taken on more of a brown-black color or even a rainbow tinge, the protests would have had a much greater punch underneath them. But, that’s the inherent problem with identity politics—racial, ethnic, and religious minorities not only have different but often contradictory interests.
For the cabal, it’s back to the drawing boards if they want to topple Trump—which will be infinitely more difficult than paying people to topple a bunch of statues. There is still enormous discontent in the land, as the economic contraction deepens. But, the cabal is going to have to choose a new color for its revolution next time.
William de Berg is an American scientist and prominent conspiracy/truther fiction author by virtue of his first three political thrillers–Serpent and Savior, White Spiritual Boy, and Divided We Stand. His latest novel–Shield Down—is a science fiction novel centered around a mass extinction event that also highlights the Apollo moon landing conspiracy. Visit his website at williamdeberg.com.