LewDux: s with the interests of big capital and empire."
Daedalus27: Now looking at the government in power, they have been a bit hamfisted in the handling of things. Is it really that big of a stretch that some of their forces could have fired live rounds (or less than lethal rounds in an improper manner)?
LewDux: OK, I'll start. How Romanian people suddenly started hating CeaucescuUnknown snipers played a pivotal role throughout the so-called « Arab Spring Revolutions » yet, in spite of reports of their presence in the mainstream media, surprisingly little attention has been paid to to their purpose and role.The Russian investigative journalist Nikolay Starikov has written a book which discusses the role of unknown snipers in the destabilization of countries targeted for regime change by the United States and its allies...In Susanne Brandstätter's documentary 'Checkmate: Strategy of a Revolution' aired on Arte television station some years ago, Western intelligence officials revealed how death squads were used to destabilize Romania and turn its people against the head of state Nicolai Ceaucescu. Brandstätter's film is a must see for anyone interested in how Western intelligence agencies, human rights groups and the corporate press collude in the systematic destruction of countries whose leadership conflicts with the interests of big capital and empire."http://www.globalresearch.ca/unknown-snipers-and-western-backed-regi me -change/27904
Tatterdemalian: And of course, the first reaction from FARK isn't to wonder who actually did shoot the protesters with live ammo (the most likely culprit, opposition leaders playing the victim card, doesn't fit The Narrative), but to point out that non-live ammo can still be lethal./which is technically correct//the best kind of correct
hardinparamedic: Well, depending on how you use them, beanbags and rubber bullets can be pretty lethal too, Mister President.
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