Moscow Security Conference To Take Up Matter of Color Revolutions
April 11, 2014 • 9:15AM

The so-called color revolutions, the British-U.S. means of taking out a government that is less than friendly to globalization, will be on the agenda of the Moscow international security conference, to take place on May 23-24. Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov, in his speech, yesterday, at the MGIMO Institute of International Relations, emphasized that these so-called revolutions, in countries neighboring Russia, are in fact aimed at Russia, as reported by ITAR-TASS:

"Serious changes are taking place in global politics. We can see a new balance of power and changes in the nature of security threats and challenges. The forms and methods of dealing with them are also changing. A new phenomenon of international life is 'colour revolutions' which have negative military, political and economic consequences in different parts of the world.

"The West considers 'colour revolutions' a means of spreading democracy, but in essence they are a method of removing an unwanted government by force."

He added that this issue had recently been raised at a meeting of the defense ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in Tajikistan.

"I think we all should pay more attention to this phenomenon as it holds no promise for the neighbouring countries and Russia. We will talk about 'colour revolutions' at the Moscow conference on international security to be held on May 23-24. We will be glad to take part in this discussion through non-governmental and academic institutions."

In an EIR report, dated Feb. 3, 2013, "The 'Democracy' Agenda of McFaul and His Oxford Masters", which circulated widely in Russia, EIR Russian Affairs Editor Rachel Douglas documented the role of the U.S. Project Democracy apparatus, as an arm of the British Imperial brain trust at Cambridge and Oxford Universities, whose only purpose is to overthrow governments that resist the demands of the bankrupt British Imperial monetarist system.

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