Quoted from this report -
"Further, Egypt’s close relationship with the United States has become a critical and negative factor in Egyptian politics. The opposition has used these ties to delegitimize the regime, while the government has engaged in its own displays of anti-Americanism to insulate itself from such charges. If ElBaradei actually has a reasonable chance of fostering political reform in Egypt, then U.S. policymakers would best serve his cause by not acting strongly. Somewhat paradoxically, ElBaradei’s chilly relationship with the United States as IAEA chief only advances U.S. interests now. "
While Libyan opposition leader Ibrahim Sahad leads the rhetorical charge from Washington D.C., his National Front for the Salvation of Libya (NFSL) on the ground is armed to the teeth, as it has been throughout its 20 year history of attempted CIA backed rebellions against Qaddafi. In 1984, the NFSL tried to overthrow Qaddafi in a failed armed coup. The Daily Globe and Mail also recently confirmed that the NFSL along with the Libyan National Army, both under Sahad's newNational Conference of Libyan Opposition (NCLO), had both "attempted coups and assassinations against Col. Gadhafi in the 1980s."
by the yellow-clad, NED-funded Bersih movementThe official NED website listed four NGOs receiving funds for their operations in Malaysia. They are the IRI ($400,000), Mkini Dotcom Sdn Bhd ($100,000), NDI – National Democratic Institute for International Affairs ($322,500) and Suara Inisiatif Sdn Bhd – SUARAMA ($85,000). According to a source within PKR, the IRI infiltrated the PKR (formerly Parti Keadilan Nasional) since 1998 but its direct involvement only began after Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was released from prison in 2004.
corporate-media began admitting that Syria's opposition was "mostly unarmed
"It is quite clear that the National Endowment for Democracy, Freedom House, the Foreign Policy Initiative, and even the US State Department whose new foreign affairs advisory board is full of think-tanks representing overt corporate-financier interests, are not interested in "democracy," "human rights," or "freedom" in Russia, but rather removing the Kremlin out of the way, and reestablishing the parasitic feeding on the Russian people and its economy they enjoyed after the fall of the Soviet Union."