Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer
Indeed, when we examine the leadership of the coordinated color revolutions sweeping the Arabic world, Eastern Europe and even as far as Southeast Asia, their ties to the West are undeniable – their true agenda irrefutable.
Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei literally sits as a trustee amongst some of the most notorious US foreign policy makers within the globalist International Crisis Group. The April 6 Youth Movement and Google’s Wael Ghonim have both been working on ElBaradei’s behalf for well over a year. The April 6 Youth Movement has itself been consorting with the West since their attendance at a 2008 US State Department sponsored summit in New York City and then undergoing training at the US funded CANVAS organization in Serbia a year later.
We see CANVAS and the US State Department now more open about their involvement in the “Arab Spring.” Hillary Clinton recently admitted that youth movements across the Arab world, including Egypt and Tunisia, received funding and technical support from the US. We also see the unrest in Libya tracking back to London and Washington based, long time US supported Libyan opposition groups including Ibrahim Sahad’s National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL) and the National Conferences for Libyan Opposition (NCLO). The very call for the Libyan February 17th “Day of Rage” was made not in the streets of Benghazi, but by the exiled NCLO.