Arab Spring, Arab Fall & where it all began

In Arab Fall Becomes Anti-US Blowback As “Turmoil” Spreads To Morocco, Sudan And Tunisia, Zerohedge states:

“If 2011’s Arab Spring was all about the propaganda “hope” of democracy (driven paradoxically by soaring global good prices as we predicted in early 2011 before the first Tunisian domino toppled), then 2012 Arab Fall, is all about the blowback to US policies and intervention in the region. And while we are amused by the media’s narrative that an entire continent can suddenly come to arms against Pax Americana over a YouTube clip, we are confident that what some hate-mongering preacher has to say about Mohammed is about as relevant to what is happening in the Middle East today, as how the global economy performs impact the S&P. Absolutely none. What we do know is that the anti-American revulsion, which started on September 11 in Egypt and has since taken Libya and Yemen by storm, is spreading like wildfire. The NYT writes: ‘Protests were also reported at American missions in Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia, where the police also fired tear gas to disperse crowds.” It is only going to get far worse, as suddenly geopolitics, and the US response thereto, becomes the biggest issue in the presidential debate.”

The Arab Spring movement that has swept Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Syria arose out of the blue in 2011. What is not as widely know is that it was planned more than a decade(s) ago, as Mr. Wesley Clark, retired US Army General and former NATO european forces chief during the Kosovo War, explains in the following video

 

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