The Fourth Revolutionary War
In the same period, opposite geopolitical tendencies, “color revolutions,” began to unfold intensely. Their meaning consisted in bringing to power openly anti-Russian, pro-Western, and often nationalistic political forces in the countries of the CIS, and thereby finally tearing these countries away from Russia, to frustrate integration, and in the long term to include them in NATO as occurred in the Baltic countries. The peculiarity of these revolutions was that they were all aimed at bringing about closer relations of the countries in which they occurred with the USA and the West, and they followed the method of “non-violent resistance,” which American strategists had elaborated in the framework of the “Freedom House” project. This was carried out through subversive measures and the organization of revolutions that had been executed in the Third World under the direction of the CIA.
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