America’s Own Color Revolution

Global Research

Color Revolution is the term used to describe a series of remarkably effective CIA-led regime change operations using techniques developed by the RAND Corporation, “democracy” NGOs and other groups since the 1980’s. They were used in crude form to bring down the Polish communist regime in the late 1980s. From there the techniques were refined and used, along with heavy bribes, to topple the Gorbachev regime in the Soviet Union. For anyone who has studied those models closely, it is clear that the protests against police violence led by amorphous organizations with names like Black Lives Matter or Antifa are more than purely spontaneous moral outrage. Hundreds of thousands of young Americans are being used as a battering ram to not only topple a US President, but in the process, the very structures of the US Constitutional order.

If we step back from the immediate issue of videos showing a white Minneapolis policeman pressing his knee on the neck of a black man, George Floyd, and look at what has taken place across the nation since then, it is clear that certain organizations or groups were well-prepared to instrumentalize the horrific event for their own agenda.

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New York Issues Subpoenas For Contact Tracing; Smartphones Add CV Logging Feature

Activist Post

Rockland County, New York is now issuing subpoenas for CV contact tracing after the residents refused to be tracked, according to reports. It all started with a party that was held where several people contracted CV, NBC 4 New York, reports. State officials have started to issue subpoenas after citizens refused to cooperate with contact tracing, as they probe a new virus cluster. Health officials are investigating a new cluster of eight or more COVID-19 cases in Rockland County tied to at least three parties with a focus on one larger one earlier this month. The county plans to resort to the use of subpoenas in order to force people to work with contact tracers as they work to contain a new potential outbreak. It may mark the first time in the tri-state area that such a measure has been taken over COVID contact tracing noncompliance. Those who do not follow the orders could face a civil penalty of up to $2,000 a day. The eight Clarkstown residents involved in the parties faced similar fines until they complied with the county’s subpoenas.

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