Blaze Pascal wrote:This is fairly wild-eyed analysis if you ask me. Let me correct some things.
The bombing of Serbian troops was to halt their advances into Muslim Bosnia.
The colour revolutions were the "European Spring," the naive attempt to inaugurate freedom following liberation from the Soviet Union.
Georgia did not invade anyone. It was invaded by Russia in revenge for aligning with the West.
Who is this "they" who are trying to dismember Syria? Syria is being attacked by from within by Muslim fundamentalists with the aid of all Qaida.
Russia is not being dismembered. It is dying out and soon will be a Muslim country.
Nobody engineered a Russian fertility decline through economic sabotage. That belongs in the Conspiracy Theories forum.
And Naomi Klein is an ignorant hag. She belongs in the dumpster of history.
Your analysis is flying off in every direction. Please, reign it in.
You appear to take the word of the media as is. You have a vision of the world as being one of corporations vs governments, with the media reporting as a sort of referee, etc. I used to buy into the same world view. I slowly and grudgingly gave up on that world view because it doesn't work, it makes no successful predictions and is as such anti-scientific. I'll note for example that there is very little difference between Bush and Obama, or between Obama and Romney.
Georgia was the one who invaded South Ossetia. That's how it happened and how it was reported across the world's media. Only among the anglo-american media did anyone report that Russia invaded Georgia. The first attacking was the night of 7 to 8 August 2008 and was by Georgian forces. Does it not bother you that Anglo-American media painted a unique picture of the conflict, different from the correct one of the South American, East Asian, South Asian, etc media?
The people who want to dismantle Syria are the neocons, i.e. the ideological group that runs the democratic/republican party in the United States. They are allied with Al-Qaeda as they were in Libya. Syria is a Russo-Iranian ally so it makes sense to turn it to rubble.
Neoconservative Hillary Clinton on NATO's genocide in Libya:
Naomi Klein's the Shock Doctrine is one of the great journalistic achievements of our time. All of her examples are well documented. Your comment that she's an ignorant hag is just partisan rubbish.