Europe Helps US Destroy Libya, Now Blames/Sanctions Russia

October 24, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - The EU has leveled sanctions against Russia for - among other things - "meddling" in Libya's ongoing civil war.

AFP in its article, "EU sanctions senior Putin aides over Navalny, Libya," would claim: 

The EU said Wagner had committed "multiple and repeated breaches" of a UN arms embargo on Libya, where Russia has backed warlord Khalifa Haftar in his uprising against the internationally-recognised government.

The UK - despite leaving the EU - has also said it would uphold the sanctions. 

The EU's attempt to high-road Russia, however, raises an important point - that it was the EU alongside the US who destroyed Libya's government in 2011 in the first place. 

The 2011 Western military intervention led to the civil war now currently consuming the nation and its people. And if Russia really is supplying weapons to Libyan groups in Libya - they are fighting groups who are being supplied arms in violation of the same UN arms embargo by other nations - namely the EU and the US.  

The US and Europe Destroyed Libya in the First Place 

Libya's ongoing chaos is a direct result of a 2011 US-led military intervention which included forces from several European nations including the UK. After destroying much of the nation's infrastructure and ousting the Libyan government led by Muammar Qaddafi - Libya was plunged into perpetual infighting as the country was divided by competing warlords and terrorist organizations flush with weapons the US and Europe provided them. 

Thailand Meets US-funded Mob Demands to Lift Emergency Decree - Mob Complains


  • Mobs demanded end for emergency decree
  • Thailand's government announced last night a "step back" from confrontation
  • Protesters then attacked police and attempted to storm Government House
  • Thai government announced today end of emergency decree as additional compromise
  • US-funded mob condemned move, wants all of their demands met 
  • Opposition demands include removing the current government, rewriting the entire Thai constitution, changing Thailand's form of government, erasing Thailand's culture and history, and rolling back Thai-Chinese relations - among many other things 

October 22, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Another illustration of the true agenda behind anti-government protesters organized by Thailand's billionaire-led opposition and funded by the US government - emerged when the Thai government met one of the protesters' demands today by lifting the current emergency decree - only to be met by condemnation and complaining by the opposition. 

In fact, directly after the Thai government's overtures to "step back" last night from the growing conflict - protesters violently attacked police and attempted to storm Thailand's Government House. 

What seems like an unimaginable reaction by the opposition to actually complain about the government meeting one of their demands - demonstrates the uncompromising nature of their agenda which is to remove the Thai government, replace Thailand's system of government, rewrite the Thai constitution, and erase the nation's institutions, history, and culture in exchange for those sponsored by and serving Western special interests. 

READ MORE: The Complete Guide: US Government Role in Thailand's "Student Protests"

The Thai government's move may have been to precisely demonstrate the irrational, uncompromising nature of the mobs, both to the Thai public and the international community - and while it would serve a genuine opposition best to compromise - for a foreign-funded opposition aimed at rolling back Thailand's ties with China and thus its economic prosperity and stability - there can be no compromise. 

READ MORE: Thailand is Next Battleground for Washington's War with China

Likewise US-funded movements around the globe pursued policies and agendas that have led multiple nations into political, social, and economic ruin. Libya, Ukraine, and to a certain extent - Hong Kong - have all suffered either complete collapse, partial collapse, or in Hong Kong's case - now face a long road to recovery but only after China successfully uprooted Washington's proxies. 

Thailand must carefully consider these previous examples and understand the danger the country now faces in the form of an irrational, uncompromising opposition not interested in moving Thailand forward - but setting it back as far as possible to spite Thailand's non-aligned allies and partners - especially China. 

West's Anti-Chinese Campaign Failing Spectacularly

October 22, 2020 (Joseph Thomas - NEO) - Even as AFP tried to depict a recent United Nations human rights meeting as a landmark stand against what it claims are human rights abuses by China in its Xinjiang region, its own article points out just how big a failure it really was and how badly Western influence has waned in general. 

The AFP's headline read, "Nearly 40 nations demand China respect Uighur human rights," and notes that among those "nearly 40" nations were the US, most EU member states, Australia as well as Japan and a handful of other Western client states. 

AFP claims: 

The US, Japan and many EU nations joined a call on Tuesday urging China to respect the human rights of minority Uighurs, and also expressing concern about the situation in Hong Kong.

"We call on China to respect human rights, particularly the rights of persons belonging to religious and ethnic minorities, especially in Xinjiang and Tibet," said German UN ambassador Christoph Heusgen, who led the initiative during of a meeting on human rights.

The initiative, signed by 39 nations, was countered by another presented by Pakistan singed by 55 nations as well as one presented by Cuba singed by 45 nations. Many of the signatories were very telling in regards to Washington's and its Western-led international order's waning power.  

Despite the West's anti-Chinese Xinjiang propaganda campaign focused on the alleged abuses of Xinjiang's Uighur minority who are predominately Muslim, not a single Muslim-majority nation backed the Western initiative at the UN. In fact, many Muslim-majority nations came to China's aid. This includes Pakistan itself, Iran and Syria but also US-occupied Iraq and even Kuwait, Qatar, the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Even nations with ongoing territorial disputes with China in the South China Sea and a history of tensions, including Vietnam and the Philippines backed Beijing. 

India, despite being a member of Washington's anti-Chinese "Quad" project, refrained from signing either statement as did a great number of other key nations carefully trying to reorient themselves as global power shifts from West to East. This includes NATO-member Turkey who has for many decades been a faithful servant of Western hegemony. 

Why is No One Interested in the West's Anti-China Crusade? 

There are three primary reasons why the majority of the world is not interested in this US-led anti-Chinese propaganda campaign. 

Thailand's US-Funded Mobs: Destroying a Nation Without Tanks and Bombs

 When military invasion is impractical, stirring up opposition to do the work of an invading army is the next best thing. How Thailand's US-funded mobs aim at dismantling the nation in ways a US invasion would. 

  • US uses "color revolutions" to accomplish the goals of an invasion when military force cannot
  • US has destroyed dozens of nations in the past 20 years using "color revolutions" 
  • Core organizations leading Thailand's unrest are funded by the US government for this purpose
  • Goals of removing leadership, replacing the system of government, erasing national identity, and isolating Thailand from its ally China are shared goals of a US invasion/color revolution
  • Thai protesters need to ask questions as to what comes next if they "succeed"considering the fate of Washington's other color revolution targets
Thai Summary (English version below): ไม่ต้องใช้ "รถถัง-ขีปนาวุธ" เมกาก็สามารถใช้ม็อบทำลายประเทศได้   เมื่อการรุกรานทางการทหารไม่สามารถทำได้ง่ายๆ เพราะสหรัฐไม่มีเหตุผลเพียงพอที่จะอธิบายว่าทำไมต้องยกกองทัพไปรุกรานประเทศนั้น ประเทศนี้ ก็ต้องใช้แผนอีแอบ "color revolution" ปฏิบัติการแทรกซึม ยุเเยง ปลุกปั่น ให้ภายในประเทศนั้นๆแตกความสามัคคี เเบ่งเป็นกลุ่มๆที่มีความเห็นขัดเเย้งกัน จนเกิดการจลาจล เมื่อความรุนเเรงบานปลายเป็นสงครามกลางเมือง ก็ติ๊ต่างอ้างว่ารัฐบาลนั้นๆล้มเหลว เเล้วยื่นมือเข้ามาเป็นฮีโร่ ในรอบ 20ปีมานี้ กี่หลายสิบชาติที่พินาศย่อยยับเพราะเมกาด้วย "color revolution" เห็นไหมว่าการยืมมือคนในชาติทำลายชาติตัวเอง มันง่ายยิ่งกว่าการยกกองกำลังมายึดครอง ทีนี้เมื่อมองบทสรุป และชะตากรรมหลังจบม็อบในประเทศนั้นๆเเล้ว ผู้ร่วมประท้วงในไทยควรหยุดคิดเเละตั้งคำถามให้ตัวเองก่อนนะว่า ชะตากรรมของประเทศจะเป็นเเบบไหน จะเกิดอะไรขึ้นต่อไป หากพวกเขา " ประสบความสำเร็จ"

October 22, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - For the United States - its ability to destroy nations outright through military invasion is still a constant threat to global peace. The US currently illegally occupies multiple nations including Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, openly seeks war with nations like Iran, and openly supports war by proxy against nations like Yemen.

The United States has military bases in hundreds of countries and spends more on its military than the next ten top military spenders combined including Russia and China. But when it comes to destroying nations - tanks, planes, bombs, and soldiers are not the only tools at its disposal. 

America's Tools of Conquest: Economic Sanctions, "Color Revolution" Mobs, and "Hard" Military Invasion 

Destroying a nation with tanks, planes, bombs, and invading soldiers is only one way the US is capable of destroying a targeted nation. For Venezuela and Iran - economic sanctions have been used by the US to undermine stability and impose suffering on the populations of both countries. 

There is also America's use of "soft power" - a subject literally taught at the US National War College described as, "non-military instruments in persuasive, inducement, and coercive strategies." 

This includes a process known as "color revolutions" - the creation, funding, and support of opposition groups used to pressure targeted governments - and if necessary - mobilize violent street mobs to remove a nation's leadership, disrupt a nation's communications, undermine or destroy economic and social stability, and even physically destroy national infrastructure. 

These are all primary objectives a conventional military invasion also shares in common - with "soft power" interventions used when conventional US military power cannot.

In many cases - like Syria and Libya - a combination of these strategies were used - beginning with economic sanctions, moving to "soft power" intervention through opposition groups ranging from violent mobs to armed militants - and ending with direct US military intervention aimed at the complete destruction of a targeted nation.  

US-funding of Hong Kong's political opposition and its training and use of violent mobs sent a tornado of violence through the semi-autonomous region causing destruction without the US risking a direct military confrontation with China. 

Likewise, the US is targeting China's allies across Asia in a similar manner - including the Kingdom of Thailand. 

The US is Using "Color Revolution" Mobs to Target Thailand's Leadership, Military, and Economy 

Despite Western media and even the US Embassy in Bangkok's own multiple denials of being behind Thailand's ongoing anti-government protests - verified evidence reveals that the US government is funding virtually every aspect of the protests.

READ MORE: The Complete Guide: US Government Role in Thailand's "Student Protests"

The protests themselves - as well as the US-backed billionaire-led opposition helping to organize the mobs - are making demands that are nothing short of the complete destruction of Thailand itself.

The "Demands"  

US-funded Thai protesters are demanding the complete removal of the current government and the rewriting of the entire Thai constitution. 

With Low Turnout, US-funded Hong Kong-style Mobs Attack Thai Police

US-funded mobs seek escalation in bid to destabilize Thailand, ruin Thai economy, and destroy ties between Thailand and China. Western media covers up, spins violence. 

October 21, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Several thousand US-funded anti-government protesters violently attacked multiple police lines in a failed bid to storm Thailand's Government House in the capital, Bangkok.  

Police fell back several times - some police sustaining injuries - in an attempt to delay additional violence for as long as possible. 

The Western and local opposition media including fronts funded directly by the US government such as Prachatai, iLaw, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights, and Isaan Record - sidestepped any mention of the word "violence" and instead described clashes with police and the destruction of barricades as "passing police lines." 

READ MORE: The Complete Guide: US Government Role in Thailand's "Student Protests" 

As protesters reached Government House, they faced insurmountable barriers, riot control vehicles, and hundreds of police - demanded the Thai prime minister resign, then called off their rally vowing to return in "3 days."  

The US-backed mobs seek to oust the current government, dismantle Thailand's institutions and replace them those serving their foreign sponsors - then roll back Thai-Chinese relations. 

READ MORE: Thailand is Next Battleground for Washington's War with China

China is currently Thailand's largest trade partner, investor, source of tourism, and even arms supplier. China is also a key partner for several major Thai infrastructure projects including its rollout of 5G technology as well as a high-speed railway that will link Thailand to China via Laos. 

The US government funds virtually every aspect of the ongoing Thai protests - evidence of which can be found on the US National Endowment for Democracy's (NED) own official website including the name of core opposition organizations as well as the amount of US government money given to each.