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« Reply #150 on: April 02, 2014, 03:06:15 AM »

Intelligence Report

CANVAS - Center for Applied NonViolent Action and Strategies Coordinator: Srdja Popovic - Ivan Marovic-

Biography of Srdja Popovic

He started out as a “pro-democracy” activist in Serbia by founding the group “Otpor” (Resistance), which led the protests that drove President Slobodan Milosevic from power in 2000. At that period the American services invested more than 100 million Dollars for that purpose.
Popvic then exported his nonviolent methods, helping train the activists who spearheaded Georgia’s Rose Revolution in 2003 and Ukraine’s Orange Revolution in 2004.
Srdjan Popovic is deploying his new organization, called Canvas, even farther affiliate – assisting the “pro-democracy” activists who recently brought down regimes in Egypt and Tunisia, mostly through the use of Facebok, Twitter, Skyp and others mass social networks. Most of the mass social networks is use to recruit potential students, but that is not exclusive source for recruitments. Most of the candidate from foreign countries are recruited by US both Military Intelligence or directly by CIA operatives and “sleepers”.

Role of CANVAS

Canvas was founded in 2003 and has trained dissidents in 50 countries, including Zimbabwe, Lebanon, Burma, North Korea, Belarus, and Iran.
In the late summer of 2009 the group collaborated with other NGOs to bring approximately 20 Egyptian activists — including some of those who later founded the April 6 movement that spearheaded the recent antigovernment protests — to Belgrade for a week of training on tactics they could use to promote change in Egypt. Veterans of Serbia's Otpor movement went on to create an organization that trains would-be rebels in the art of peaceful revolution. They trained one of the main youth groups at the center of Egypt's revolution, and believe that influenced the Libyan rebellion."It is likely that some Libyan youth groups got the idea on how to oust Gadhafi from the Egyptian activists whom we have trained," said former Otpor leader Srdja Popovic.

Otpor and Canvas in Egypt Symbol of Otpor in Serbia

(Clear evidence of relations between Otpor in Serbia and Egypt)

Petar Milicevic, the founder of Alternative to Europe NGO, helped with the training. He says he talked to the Egyptians about organizing campaigns, and how to use social media to reach both of these goals.

Canvas and country of operations

Currently Canvas maintains training programs for dissidents in :Egypt, Palestine, Western Sahara, Libya, Lebanon, Columbia, West Papua, Sudan, Eritrea, Belarus, Burma, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, Venezuela, Tonga, China, Burma and Zimbabwe , apart from those mentioned above. Otpor activists have set up the Centre for Non-Violent Resistance. After having helped youth movements from Tbilisi in 2003, they got in contact with Pora, the biggest Ukrainian youth opposition movement in the spring of 2004. In April there were even some eighteen young people that traveled to Serbia for a course on organizational and negotiation skills, street protest tactics, and how to monitor the elections to be able to fight possible fraud. Some of OTPORs members tried to travel to Kiev to join in the protest, yet they were stopped at the airport. Still, their experiences have helped youth groups to act, both in Tbilisi and Kiev. Although attempts to do the same in Belarus and Ghana failed, Otpor believes it was because the time was not right for it, but that in the future the same familiar images will arise again.

Canvas USA connections

Amongst CANVAS's current "partners" are the Albert Einstein Institution, National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Freedom House, US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the International Republican Institute

(IRI). The IRI includes amongst its board of directors John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Brent Scowcroft.

Taking a look at their activities and the overall globalist agenda, it is clear they are involved in regime change that will directly assist the globalists in their encirclement of Russia, China and Iran. For example CANVAS just recently opens specials section of their web site with updates and additional translations of Canvas publication in Farsi (Persian) language. The institutes and think-tanks mentioned above are directly linked to intelligence agencies in the United States for decades.

Relations to CIA & US. Military Intelligence (Network of CIA & US. MI operatives under the umbrella of so called NGO)

One of the key CIA operatives in the Serbia organizing and orchestrating huge network of CIA operatives and supporters is William D. Montgomery (58) very powerful man in Serbia. He is main coordinator of activities with two connected networks. One in US and one in Serbia

US Network for financial and logistic support:

 US Army Col. Robert Helvey, US Military Intelligence with close tie with CIA. He is master of FM3-05.30 and FM3-05.40 (Physiological Operations and Civil Affaires Operations).
The core of this Network is organize in essence by (4th Psychological Operations Group – Airborne)
1. 1ST (Psychological Operations Battalion)
2. 3D Psychological Operations Battalion – AIRBORNE
3. PACOM Battalion
4. 6ST Psychological Operations Battalion
5. 8TH Psychological Operations Battalion
6. 9TH Psychological Operations Battalion

It is predictable that all above mentioned units are engaged in Secret War against China , Russia and Iran as one of the three ultimate targets of US (State Department) Policy.
 Paul B. McCarthy from the Washington-based NED (Suspect CIA operatives)
 Donald L. Pressley, the assistant administrator at USAID (Suspect CIA operatives)
 Albert Cevallos of the USIP (Suspect CIA operatives)
 Daniel Calingaert, an official with IRI (Suspect CIA operatives)
 Gene Sharp, is Senior Scholar at the Albert Einstein Institution and founded the Institution in 1983 (Suspect senior CIA operatives)

Special Attention to Mr.Steve Hanke. American cititizen but with German origin. Financial expert. US Government engage Mr.Hanke in all turbulent zones and countries most of the times he is present in countries before the overthow of the regime and he leves country upon establishing "marionetic government". He is very well know in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Nikaraguva, Panama, Zair....etc...and most recently in the East European countris such as Serbia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Russia etc...Steve Hanke is associated with many organizations. One of notorius organization suspected that it was established as "cover" organization for CIA operation is Democratic Century Fund. DCF operate under the National Democratic Institute (nonprofit, nonpartisan organization working to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government). Mr.Steve Hanke is also associate with Franch Intelligence Service (DGSE) particulary with Mr.Patric Faure. One of his specialities is dealing with huge ammounts of falsificate money (Case Nigeria, Serbia and Kuwait).

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« Reply #151 on: April 03, 2014, 07:19:36 PM »

Parallelen zwischen Ukraine-Krise und Arabischem Frühling

03. April (RIA Novosti).

Die Krise in der Ukraine fiel zeitlich mit dem dritten Jahrestag des Arabischen Frühlings zusammen, schreibt die Zeitung „Kommersant“ am Donnerstag.
Experten sehen Parallelen zwischen den Ereignissen in der Ukraine und dem Arabischen Frühling.
Die Krise in der Ukraine begann im November mit Protesten gegen Präsident Viktor Janukowitsch, nachdem er auf die Unterzeichnung eines Assoziierungsabkommens mit der EU verzichtete. In den darauf folgenden Monaten verwandelte sich der Kiewer Unabhängigkeitsplatz (Maidan) zum Schauplatz des Kampfes gegen die Janukowitsch-Regierung.
Wie im Nahen Osten haben sich auch die Forderungen der ukrainischen Protestierenden geändert. Der außenpolitische Kurs der Ukraine blieb zwar eine wichtige Frage für Janukowitschs Gegner, doch sie wurde durch die Aufrufe zu einem Machtwechsel in den Hintergrund gedrängt.
Wie in den Ländern des Arabischen Frühlings dehnten sich die Proteste in Kiew auf weitere Regionen aus. Anschließend verschärften sich die Forderungen – Rücktritt des Präsidenten, Machtwechsel und Verfassungsreform.
Moskau hat die Proteste von Anfang an als einen Versuch der USA und ihrer Verbündeten wahrgenommen, sich in die inneren Angelegenheiten des Landes einzumischen und den Beitritt der Ukraine zu postsowjetischen Bündnissen zu verhindern….

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