Just as there are good and bad terrorists, the protests currently taking place are also divided accordingly by the Western politicians and media, depending on whether they fit into the nwo agenda or not.
Terrorists in Afghanistan, Yemen and Mali are bad, must be combated with war and drones. Terrorists in Libya and Syria are good, are supplied with training, intelligence, weapons and money.
Parsifal, December 2, 2013
Demonstrations in Ukraine are good, but bad in Thailand.
In both the protesters are trying to dash the government buildings and call the respective governments to resign.
Those in The Ukraine have 'noble' reasons, not that in Thailand.
The regime in Thailand is indeed supported by the West.
Located in the Ukraine is not a western puppet state and should therefore go.
Again is revealed the hypocrisy and double standards of the West.
Violent protests in Thailand are 'bad'.
Violent protests in Ukraine are 'good'.
Just as it is with the bloody demonstrations held for many years against the brutal regime in Bahrain.
They're bad because the Arab Emirate is the gas station for the 5th Fleet of the U.S. Navy. The sheikhs are being courted by the West and kept in power.
It is different with demonstrations in Moscow.
These are of course good, because everything that can be used to make President Putin look bad is good.
The protests against the (after all) democratically elected President Mursi in Cairo were also good, as was the military coup of the Egyptian army against him.
A democratic electoral decision will only be accepted by the West, if the government, the population elects, has been approved by Washington, London and Paris.
Otherwise, the decision of the people is ignored or turned around, or it is elected until such time as the 'right' decision turns out, as in Ireland.
The Irish said No to Lisbon Treaty, then had to vote until Ireland said yes again.
In between, the Irish population was massively intimidated by scare tactics from Brussels.
What about the demonstration in Paris against the Hollande government with over 100.000 participants over the weekend ?
Oh, of which you have not heard ?
No wonder about is hardly reported because that is so bad and we should not know the French want also to remove the regime there.
Most French people are against Hollande, which deliberatly pushes the country into the abyss. The motto of the media is to quickly draw attention from Paris to Kiev.
Demonstration against the regime of Hollande in Paris
'Against injustice tax, tax big business, no to the VAT increase', is written on a banner in Paris, which was held up at the head of the march towards the Treasury.
There marched the two heads of the French left party, Jean -Luc Mélenchon and Martine Billard.
The fiscal system would be rejected by all, because is privileged the rich, Mélenchon said according 'Le Monde'.
Protests against preference of the rich is bad, of course, and therefore more or less concealed the population of the neighboring countries, does not get the same headlines on the front page as the demonstrations in Kiev, Ukraine.
Although the protesters have used there stones, fire bombs, batons and even bulldozers to take action against the police barricades, the violence of the anarchists is found to be political correct.
The West supported the protests and condemns the Ukrainian police because of 'violence and intimidation' and because they defended the government building in riot gear.
Here, the police use the same equipment as at any demonstration in Western Europe where protesters are brutally beaten, as in Greece, Spain and Italy.
Behind the violent demonstrations in Ukraine are the Western governments; intelligence agencies and NGOs are funded and supported by them.
This is therefore something else.
In stark contrast, the demonstrations in Thailand against the regime of Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister Yingluck Shinawatra Prime Minister sharply criticized by the West.
The violence and occupation of public and private land where political differences are carried out is not acceptable, it is said from Washington.
The police have already shot three students, but that's okay and are only 3 dead.
The regime is indeed held by Wall Street and the multinationals in power.
Just as there are two kinds of terrorists, good against bad regimes and bad against good regime, there are good and bad protests, depending on whether they take place against a regime behind which the West stands or the West wants to remove.
Protests in Moscow are therefore naturally good, but in Washington, Paris or London and Berlin very bad.
In one case there are 'courageous heroes who work for freedom', in the other case, anarchists and even terrorists who threaten the 'legitimate order' and therefore need to be jailed.
But we know the saying 'When two people doing the same thing that's still not the same'…
History shows there's good and bad wars of aggression.
If the West attacks a country, bombed, invaded and occupied back to the Stone Age, it's perfectly legitimate and justified.
Finally in principle are 'we' 'the good guys'.
And can 'we' kill so many millions of civilians, which is never a crime, even if the wars were justified with the most blatant lies.
The war criminal George W. Bush and Tony Blair roam freely, yet they have millions on the conscience and bathe in blood.
If the Pentagon with its aircraft carriers, submarines and bombers show up on the other side of the world in front of the Chinese coast, then that is no provocation and no threatening gesture.
But if the Chinese patrol their own sea area and own airspace off the coast, the western media calls the procedure as a 'great power posturing' and 'arrogant, provocative and threatening'.
They have the audacity to want to defend their country ?
That will not do.
The same applies to the Russians.
The both have to lay down kindly, spread the legs and accept the rape so that the Satanic Phallus of the nwo can penetrate.
When I see the oh, so 'peaceful protesters' and the 'violent police', then you know which dirty propaganda we have to endure:
Attempt to storm the Presidential Administration of The Ukraine December (not January) 12, 2013
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related in Russia Today:
Thousands of protesters keep vigil at barricades in central Kiev