THE TWO MAIN OBJECTIVES AIMED BY THE BACKERS OF THE COLOR REVOLUTION IN BELARUS
Undoubtedly, the ongoing protests in Belarus look like a color revolution theorized by the late Gene Sharp writings. A color revolution instrumentalizes the psyche of the youth in order to change regime and to topple heads of states targeted by the US and the European Union. A color revolution is heavily funded by a myriad of foundations and NGO themselves financed directly or indirectly by the US government and the EU states. To mobilize the youth, the backers of the Color revolution resort to sophisticated methods and techniques of modern propaganda meticulously studied and researched by the eminent Russian physiologist, influenced by Ivan Pavlov Russian School, Serge Tchakoutine in his seminal classic book “the rape of the masses by the political propaganda”
The main trigger of color revolution consist in the contestation of presidential election results or increasing of prices of basic commodities in case of a severe economic crisis. The basic technique of color revolution is the civil disobedience and pacific gatherings organized generally in symbolic locations of the capital designed to form a crowd waving flags and chanting slogans against the authorities. A color revolution begins always peacefully with organizers seemly sympatric distributing cookies and flowers to the by passers. The second basic technique of color revolution is to provoke the police prompted to riposte with often wounded and dead protesters, triggering condemnation by the “international community” that is US and Europe
By observing the events in Belarus since August 9 and the victory of the incumbent president Alesander Lukashenko, one can say without fooling oneself, this pacific country is undergoing in this time a color revolution. It is an open secret to say that Belarus and Lukashenko were since longtime targeted by color revolution backed by the US and Europe.
The headquarter of Belarusian opposition propaganda is located in neighboring Poland. Poland’s Central Psychological Operations Group “King Stefan Báthory” is situated in Bydgoszcz. It is a city in northern Poland, on the Brda and Vistula rivers. Currently, to make it seem less “offensive” and “harmless”, PsyOps are called “Information operations”. Similarly, to how the UK transitioned
The question is to ask oneself what the backers of color revolution are looking for in this relatively tiny land. One element of the answer is easy to guess as Belarus is considered as a buffer zone against the advance of NATO towards the western Russian border. So Belarus is located in a strategically location viewed by the Kremlin as a bulwark against NATO expansionism
The second element of the answer is less evident as Belarus is not Libya with huge oil and gas reserves. But Belarus has natural resources coveted by the western corporations: the forest attracting the West after Carpathians are cut down to zero now and the decimation of the Białowieża Forest World Heritage site, on the border between Poland and Belarus, which is an immense range of primary forest including both conifers and broadleaved trees covering a total area of 141,885 hectares.