US seizes power with blood and cyber weapons: China publishes report on secret White House technologies
According to the report, the CIA has accounted for about 50 successful and not quite attempts to overthrow legitimate governments in countries “objectionable” to Washington.
In recent decades, the CIA has been planning and executing “color revolutions” around the world, according to a report prepared by China’s National Computer Virus Response Center and Internet Security Company 360. It would seem, but who does not know? But the publication in the official CPC Global Timeswho spoke about this report, reveals the technical cyber arsenal that Americans will use to do this in the 21st century.
According to the report, the CIA has accounted for about 50 successful and not entirely successful attempts to overthrow legitimate governments in countries “objectionable” to Washington, which are commonly called “color revolutions.” In Ukraine, Georgia, Iran, Taiwan, Belarus, Tunisia, Egypt and many other places these “revolutions” were prepared and provoked by the Americans.
Flower bed technologies are already well known. The main thing is that the picture of a “popular” uprising against “corrupt, corrupt and authoritarian regimes” should be presented to the media space. The main organizational prerequisites, which the Americans did not hesitate to paint back in the early 2000s, suggest the existence of a cohesive opposition with a single charismatic leader, a strong position in the country of institutions of international election observers (since a “revolution” is most often started after elections that are unsuccessful for pro-American forces), and the indecision of the authorities in suppressing the protests. Further – a matter of technique, that is, political technologies, well painted by Gene Sharp. But the published report of the Chinese makes a significant addition: and cybernetics.
The US monopoly in the world in the field of telecommunications technologies and operational management, writes Global Times, has provided the main US intelligence agencies – the CIA and the NSA – with unprecedented opportunities to carry out “color revolutions” abroad. And reveals what they are.
First, it is the provision of encrypted network communication services. To help protesters in some countries in the Middle East maintain reliable communication with each other, the Americans have developed technology that allows them to access the Internet, which cannot be traced. Once the project was launched, it was immediately made available free of charge to anti-government elements in Iran, Tunisia, Egypt and other countries to ensure that “dissident youth who want to shake the power of their own government” could escape government scrutiny.
The CIA’s second method, says the Global Times, is to provide offline communications services. For example, to ensure that anti-government forces in Tunisia or Egypt can still keep in touch with the outside world, Google and Twitter quickly launched a special service called “Speak2Tweet” that allows users to upload voice messages that are streamed for free and automatically converted into tweets. These tweets are then shared globally and shared via Twitter and other platforms to create the effect of a “real-time report” from the scene.
The overthrow of Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in 2011 was called the Date Revolution.
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The third method is to provide on-site tools for managing rallies and manifestations based on the Internet and wireless communications. With this technology, developed by the American RAND Corporation, it is possible to gather crowds of youth through the Internet at the right time in the right place and improve the effectiveness of protest management.
There are also a couple of other methods. This software is called “Riot”. It supports a completely independent broadband network, provides a variable Wi-Fi network, does not depend on any traditional method of physical access, does not require a telephone, cable or satellite connection, and can easily avoid any form of government control. And, finally, the “anti-censorship” information system developed by the US State Department. The Americans, the report says, have invested more than $30 million in this project.
In the mid-2000s, at one of the international conferences on world politics held in the United States, I remembered a young man who spoke with great enthusiasm from the podium, how the protesting youth in the “oppressed” countries use the technical developments of that time. Mobile phones were still a luxury, and pagers were almost everything. The mobilization technology looked very simple: we send all the fans of such-and-such groups to their pagers that their idols are waiting for them at such-and-such a place at such-and-such a time. And when the crowd has gathered, we throw out political slogans, and the “peaceful” concert turns into a military rally.
By today’s standards, the pager is a stone age. But the essence of the protest has not changed: for a booze, a controlled mass, an obedient crowd, is needed. The Americans are working on it. The equipment of the current “revolutionaries”, which was told by the Chinese comrades, is impressive. It’s time to rule the greatest helmsman Mao: life has corrected his famous slogan “A rifle gives birth to power!” Now, according to the Americans, it should sound like this: “Cyber weapons and software” Riot “give birth to power!”.