Wednesday, January 23, 2013

REGIME CHANGE INC. UNITED...Why Promoting (Colonialism under banner of) Democracy is Smart and Right
The United States “will support democracy from Asia to Africa; from the Americas to theMiddle East, because our interests and our conscience compel us to act on behalf of those who long for freedom,” President Barack Obama said in his Second Inaugural address.The speech was a welcome affirmation, at a time of democratic regression, that protecting and advancing democracy remains a central tenet of US foreign policy.It is also one of the few policy issues to attract robust support from both Democrats and Republicans, [[[[[as demonstrated by a bipartisan statement of principles issued under the auspices of the Center for American Progress and the Center for Strategic and International Studies, ]]]][[[[that emphasizes the US role “in supporting democratic reforms and inclusive societies abroad as a central pillar of our national security strategy.”]]]]
[ed notes;CSIS are the cold war hawks who supportd contras in nicaragua,it actually came from georgetowns ''school of foreign service''...(indeed the anglo american establishment)also see... Older Post - THENAKEDFACTS
 “We are at a critical juncture not only in the history of the United States, but in the history of human freedom, with pressing challenges that need to be addressed and opportunities that we should urgently seize,” says the statement, signed by members of a high-level working group.The bipartisan group of analysts and practitioners recommends “more partnerships with nongovernmental institutions and our international allies to further this aim,” an aspiration that reflects a widespread consensus amongst democracy assistance practitioners that advancing (illegal occupations and military interventions)freedom is a task more credibly and effectively undertaken by independent civil society groups, albeit with the support of democratic governments and multilateral institutions.While Obama’s inaugural hints that that democracy assistance is where strategic and moral imperatives coincide, the bipartisan group statement also suggests that the stale clichés of realism vs. idealism and associated clash of interests and ideals appear increasingly crude and anachronistic. “Promoting free and accountable governance is both morally and substantively imperative,” it says.“Given their modest scale and numerous benefits, America’s official investments in promoting democracy and governance abroad deserve to be sustained even as we deal with very real budget challenges in this current era of fiscal austerity,” the working group asserts:Investments in democracy and governance through the U.S. government’s foreign assistance budget play a critical role in America’s security, shared global prosperity, and moral imperative, and they boast a long history of bipartisan support. Today’s “Three Ds” of U.S. international engagement should acknowledge this critical role and become “Four Ds”: defense, diplomacy, development, and democracy.The statement stresses the importance of adopting a pluralist, multilateral and bottom-up, grass-roots approach to advancing democracy.“As we move forward under a second Obama administration, there is an opportunity to reincorporate democracy and governance into the development dialogue in a more central way,” says the group, highlighting the “need to work with labor unions, church groups, civil society organizations, the private sector, dissident groups, and diasporas to ensure that positive change happens and that societies can create governments that are responsive, accountable, and respectful of human rights.”[[[[[The working group signatories, including key democracy analysts and specialists, as well as several current and former board members of the National Endowment for Democracy,]]]]] [[[affirm that:Because of their benefits to and strong reflection of America’s longest-standing values, international democracy and governance programs have historically enjoyed bipartisan support.]]]]] In the past decade, however, this support has undergone strain in the wake of the war in Iraq. [[[[[[[[[[[Given the recent democratic openings in the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia, however, we are again reminded of the value of people-driven programs to assist civil society and accountable governance. Assistance from the United States and others in the international community is an important tool in helping countries to achieve their own aspirations for more representative governance.]]]]]]]]]]We, the undersigned, fully support a responsible approach to America’s budget challenges that preserves our important and longstanding leadership in nurturing democracy around the globe. With continuing fiscal austerity all programs are at risk, but democracy and governance assistance should be protected in this process. These expenditures are not only good for the recipients, but they also support the American national interest as well.
In full: Statement of Principles: Democracy, Democratic Governance, and Transparent Institutions in the American Interest
[[[[[[[As the events of the Arab Spring demonstrate, there is a growing sense of urgency among peoples around the world to participate in open and free societies. ]]]]]]] At the same time, the United States faces a critical juncture: Following the election, Congress narrowly avoided the fiscal cliff, pushing difficult budget decisions back by just a few short months. Regardless, our national support for democracy and governance assistance overseas must be protected. Given their modest scale and numerous benefits, America’s official investments in promoting democracy and governance abroad deserve to be sustained even as we deal with very real budget challenges in this current era of fiscal austerity. The recent democratic opening in Burma, the presence of both democratic progress and conflict in Africa, ongoing popular unrest in Iran, and the volatile and complex changes in the Middle East present the United States with challenges and opportunities to help shape a freer world—and a freer world directly benefits our own security, prosperity, and international standing. If we do not remain engaged and sustain our investments, however, we not only jeopardize the chances of those pushing for greater freedom in their countries, but we also risk forsaking the benefits to the United States that accompany increased freedom abroad. [[[[[[The returns in U.S. security alone are tremendous, especially considering the small scale of investments made to promote and maintain global stability.]]]]
[ed note:translation,the staggering amounts of money in arms sales to our puppet clients in middle east are tremendous,and thats considering our energy supply bougth real cheap(though many believe us buys barrels from gulf at a little less then 100 a barrel,this is a lie,in the documentary our very own private bin laden,a saudi oil exec admitted they sell it to america at anywhere from 25 to 45 a barrel(wich of course then the western speculative markets sell it at around and lil below 100).
Autocrats have increasingly used a host of sophisticated technologies to filter and censor information and online speech.[[[[[[ The use of these tools has also been the subject of authoritarian learning, with Iran providing technology and assistance in Syria]]]]]]] to stifle (TERRORIST NETWORKS USING WESTERN PROVIDED TECHNOLOGY)citizens who have risen up against the Assad regime. Those who seek to remain in power against the will of the people have become adept at tracking activists, jamming communications, and offering propaganda via social media.American investments in democracy and governance matter. A comprehensive 2006 study completed by broad collaboration between USAID and Professors Steven E. Finkel, Aníbal Pérez-Liñán, and Mitchell A. Seligson examined the effects of U.S. foreign assistance on democracy building from 1990 to 2003 and found that U.S. democracy and governance programs led to statistically significant improvements in democracy worldwide. 
[ed notes:citing a u.s. aid (C.I.A. FRONT)study on democracy are we?lets look at u.s. aid in pakistan for example and expose that argument shall we?.. a Must See.. 
Of course, the United States cannot bring about democracy and good governance by itself; we must work with multiple elements in societies seeking to bring about that change. The United States has a broad set of partners in the international community that bring many assets to the table to help in this great challenge, including civil society groups, religious leaders, and our traditional allies.The United States is blessed with an ecosystem of partners in democracy assistance, starting with the National Endowment for Democracy and the so-called NED family of core institutions: the Solidarity Center; the Center for International Private Enterprise, or CIPE; the International Republican Institute, or IRI; and the National Democratic Institute, or NDI. Additionally, there is a broad network of specialty, nonprofit groups focused on electoral systems, independent media, and rule of law, all of which bring unique expertise to improving governance. Along with the NED and its core institutes, these organizations have established extensive global relationships that can contribute to their democratic development efforts. This ecosystem is a strategic partner for the United States. [ed notes:all these think tanks in blue above are whats known as the global regime change inc industries,you think im joking,well heres a list below of who cosigns this agenda above..
Therefore, we, the undersigned, believe that:The United States should view democracy and governance as a central pillar of national security.
Signatories:(WAR CRIMINAL)Madeleine Albright (Co-Chair), Former Secretary of State
(WAR MONGER ZIO-CON) Vin Weber (Co-Chair), Former Congressman (R-MN); former Chair of National Endowment for Democracy (ZIONIST JEW) Morton Abramowitz, Former Ambassador to Turkey and Thailand (CIA PAID) Brian Atwood, Former Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development (ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT ADVOCATE AND COLOR REVOLUTIONS PROPONENT) Tom Carothers, Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
(ZIOCON) Norm Coleman, Former Senator (R-MN) (ZIOCON WAr PARTY AND REGIME CHANGE INC ALUMNY) Lorne Craner, President, International Republican Institute; former Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (ZIONIST PRO WAR HAWK) Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow, the Hoover Institution (ZIONIST) Paula Dobriansky, Former Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs (ZIONIST) Stephen Hadley, Former Assistant to President George W. Bush for National Security Affairs [ed notes;these are just a few of the signatories ,list is long!! however,its important that one understands that these mafiosos promoting military interventions,under democracy promotion propaganda,had to throw syria into the picture,because these groups are very proactive in supporting rebels and opposition in Syria...

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