2014The Ukraine crisis that continued to ferment in the year and the simultaneous social crises in Venezuela and Thailand, as well as similar riots in Taiwan and Hong Kong, are actually a new form of warfare in the implementation of the "color revolution" under the leadership of the American cultural expansion strategy. The situation of the steel war and the soldiers approaching the city may be far away, but the "color revolution" supported by the network and the war of information and thoughts behind it have already "armed the city" at the psychological level, posing the greatest threat to China's political security and national defense security.

The "Jasmine Revolution" in the Middle East is the latest example of the American global cultural expansion strategy. With the rapid development of science and technology, mankind has entered the Internet age.The United States has also realized the upgrading of its military system and military thinking simultaneously.

Why was the United States able to defeat the Soviet Union in the Cold War?A big reason is that more than 90% of the world’s news information is monopolized by the United States and its allies, and the United States actually controls 75% of the world’s TV program production and production., 75% of non-local news in developing countries is produced by news organizations in Western countries. This has given the United States tremendous news shaping and dissemination capabilities. Coupled with a whole set of American Cold War mentality, "color revolutions" and peaceful evolution strategies, the Soviet Union was finally "breached".


After entering the Internet age, traditional media has been greatly impacted. At present, there are about 20 billion Internet users in the world doing daily affairs on the Internet, and this number is still increasing. As early as the end of 1991, Clinton, who was just a candidate for the president of the United States at the time, had realized that "the information age is coming, and the spread of ideas is unstoppable, and the United States is facing a historical opportunity to promote global liberal democracy."

Ten years later, the U.S. Department of Defense commissioned the RAND Corporation to write a report on the U.S. Global Soft Power Strategy, which clearly put forward five recommendations:

1. Expand network connections around the world, especially to countries that don’t like American ideas;2. 3. Regard the promotion of free dissemination of information worldwide as a power of the United States; 4. The development of a multi-level information sharing system is not only to ensure information security, but more importantly, to create a global information sharing space for open discussion of certain issues; XNUMX.Form a "special media force" to be dispatched to conflict areas at any time to collect and disseminate information; 5. State and non-state organizations, especially non-governmental organizations, establish a closer coordination mechanism for action.

In fact, in the past 10 years, the United States has begun to shift the focus of control from traditional media to online platforms. As the inventor of the Internet, the United States has taken the lead. While inducing other countries to vigorously develop low-tech industries, the United States concentrated its efforts on implementing the "information superhighway" plan on the basis of the "high-frontier strategy", completing the transformation from the electronic revolution to the information revolution, thereby enabling the United States to achieve "leading the world" The strategic purpose of "one era". When some countries are deceived by the United States and continue to increase material input in low-tech industries, the United States has established a towering new era of "technological mountains": at present, the world's largest search engine (Google), the largest portal website (Yahoo), the largest video site (YouTube), the largest SMS platform (Twitter) And the largest social space (Facebook) All are owned by the United States.

Today, more than 80% of the global network information and 95% of server information are provided by the United States, and more than 2∕3 of global Internet information traffic comes from the United States, Another 7% are from Japan and 5% are from Germany. Both Japan and Germany are allies of the United States, which means that the United States firmly controls nearly 80% of the world's Internet information flow. In contrast, China accounts for only 0.1% of the entire Internet's information input traffic, and output traffic is as little as 0.05%.

In addition, the US Department of Defense has 46 Youtube channels, 91 Twitter feeds, 46 blogs, and 106 Facebook pages. Professionals perform round-the-clock maintenance to ensure that exciting content is constantly updated to attract fans. At the same time, the U.S. military knows that “if you don’t spread the voice yourself, the negative and distorted voice will overwhelm you.” Therefore, the U.S. military not only does not isolate officers and soldiers from the Internet, but guides, trains, and encourages individuals to actively use the Internet. The medium "tells its own story" in order to achieve a better publicity effect. The U.S. Navy even believes that "every naval officer who uses logs, Weibo, and Facebook is an ambassador for his unit and the U.S. Navy."

With this strong foundation of soft power, the scale and efficiency of the establishment of the "fifth column" in the United States has also been greatly improved.The "Arab Spring" was the first comprehensive practice of the information and thought warfare jointly operated by the US National Security Agency and the Cyber ​​Command under the direct command of the Global Public Opinion Office established by the United States in 2003.

In this “political earthquake” that spread to the Middle East and North Africa on a large scale, the United States used Internet platforms such as “Twitter” and “Facebook” to command real-time and efficient street political riots and “color revolutions” in the real world. First, the "WikiLeaks" website published a cryptogram in December 2010. The content was that Robert Goldz, the former U.S. ambassador to Tunisia, disclosed the corruption and corruption of President Ben Ali’s family members, and warned: For Tunisians with growing deficits and unemployment, showing off the president’s family wealth and often hearing rumors of the president’s family treason is tantamount to adding fuel to the fire.” After the document appeared on the Internet, strikes and street demonstrations broke out in Tunisia. activity. In this process, all anti-government propaganda and rally calls were conducted through "Twiner", "Facebook" and "Youtube".

2011 year 1 month 25 day,Millions of people in Egypt took to the streets to protest, demanding the resignation of then President Mubarak.The demonstrations were massive and well-organized, forcing Mubarak to dissolve the cabinet and appoint former intelligence minister Omar Suleiman as the new vice president. The main organization of the riot, the "April 4th Movement", is a network organization formed on the "Facebook" platform. Maher, the head of the "April 6th Movement", said in an interview with the "Carnegie Foundation" in Washington: "This is the first time that young Egyptians have used Internet communication tools like Facebook and Twitter to revolutionize. Our goal is to promote political democracy and encourage people to participate in the political process."


Behind the organization, there are more potential forces,All have close ties with the US-led cyber power.For example, Gonim, one of the leaders of the Egyptian opposition party, is a staff member of the "Google" company. He once said that he was one of the organizers of the Egyptian protests in January. These protests were conducted through social websites on the Internet. Propaganda, organized to inform young people where and when the event is held. In Egypt, the use of social websites to organize protest actions is the most effective because 1 in 3 Egyptians use the Internet. After the street riots began, Egypt took unprecedented measures-cutting off the domestic Internet. However, the websites still keep the outside world informed of the latest developments in the situation in Egypt. With the help of the "Google" company, technicians established the "Speak-1Tweet" service, through which Egyptians can make calls and leave audio messages, which are then transmitted to "Twitter". Experts believe that the increase in the popularity of "Facebook" in Egypt is mainly because it can express different opinions on the actions of the authorities and organize anti-government demonstrations.In view of this, some Western mass media refer to the events in Tunisia and Egypt as the "Facebook and Twitter revolution."

Another example is Kefaya (the official name is "Egyptian Change Movement"), the core force that mobilizes anti-government forces in Egypt for demonstrations. It is also a virtual organization. It was established in 2004 as an integral part of the "April 4th Movement". It made full use of emerging social media and digital technology tools as the main way to mobilize the Egyptian people. The organization uses political blogs, publishes unreviewed "Youtu" short films, pictures, and other forms to incite Egyptian people to demonstrate, and the methods are extremely professional.

A similar situation occurred in Libya.In the early days of the civil war in Libya, demonstrators used the Internet and social media platforms as transmission media to gain support, call for fighting for democracy and communicating with the outside world. Libya's anti-government organization "Internet activists" used the US global social networking sites "Twitter" and "Facebook" to organize anti-government activities and called for February 2011, 2 to be designated as "Anger Day." On February 17th alone, more than 2 followers registered online. By February 16, there were more than 4000 supporters. Libyan opposition leader Omar Mahmoud stated that in order to get people to take to the streets, they used the dating site "Mavada", which is not under police surveillance. It was through this website that the Libyan opposition successfully united 2 opponents of Gaddafi.

After the conflict intensified, the Libyan government shut down the Internet, but NATO immediately provided network support to the opposition, enabling anti-government forces inside and outside Libya to communicate with each other in real time. Beginning on February 2011, 2, a team of engineers led by an American telecommunications company executive and his friend helped anti-government forces "hijack" the Gaddafi government’s cellular wireless network and established their own communication system. Make it easier for leaders of anti-government organizations to communicate with the outside world or request international assistance.The anti-government organization also created an independent data system not controlled by the Tripoli authorities with the support of the governments of Egypt, the UAE and Qatar, and cracked the mobile phone network of the Gaddafi government to obtain a database of phone numbers.Using this information, they established a new communication system called "Free Libya". On April 4, the new communication system began testing and operation. Subsequently, they created a battle map composed of "Google Maps" to track and report related events. The battle map was viewed 2 times by Internet users in 12 days and was reprinted by at least 31.4 news media. huge.

The ultimate goal of cultivating the "fifth column" in the United States is to disintegrate the regime of hostile forces, and to achieve its goals is nothing more than two major modes:One is the model of "breaking down" the Soviet Union. Through ideological penetration, agents in the system are fostered, and opponents are dismembered from the top down and from the inside out. The second is the "Arab Spring" model, which promotes realistic coups through social mobilization to eliminate the target regime from the bottom up and from the outside to the inside.


The United States today is following the three fronts that Brzezinski has formulated for the U.S. global strategy, with military power as the "right soldier", economic and cultural power as the "magic weapon", the Internet as the main channel, and the Islamic world. , Russia and China launched a comprehensive "information and ideological war." The Ukraine crisis that erupted at the end of 2013 was the epitome of the latest "democratic" offensive launched by the West, led by the United States. At the same time, Venezuela and Thailand, both of whom had good relations with China, were also suffering from the "democratic revolution." It is even more important to see that in China's Taiwan and Hong Kong regions, due to the behind-the-scenes manipulation of the United States, incidents such as Hong Kong independence demonstrations, collisions with garrisons, and Taiwan students occupying the "Legislative Yuan" and "Executive Yuan" have also been suddenly set off. As far as China is concerned, the "new type of war" has come to the ground.

The United States has been deliberately deliberating to infiltrate China's culture for many years

As early as the 20s, the CIA had a fairly confidential "Ten Commandments" against socialist countries. The key words were:To confuse their young people, encourage them to despise the communist education and hard-working spirit they receive, to separate young people from their government; to create divisions between the people and society, to promote Western democracy at all times, to vilify its leadership, and to make them bigger and stronger In the turmoil, secretly transporting various weapons to equip all their enemies and people who may become their enemies.

Compared with military victory in the traditional sense, there is no doubt that this is a long-term, thorough, and comprehensive strategy to subvert the country and regime. However, China’s older generation of revolutionaries have a strategic vision and are extremely farsighted. Mao Zedong’s clear-cut countermeasures against peaceful evolution and Deng Xiaoping’s “hard-handed approach” have set back the American cultural invasion strategy. The "column" has also been destroyed repeatedly. However, the United States and the West are not reconciled to failure, and are still working step by step to intensify their heart-war against China.

At the beginning of reform and opening up, the "Ford Foundation" entered China on a large scale, To provide financial support to economists in some of our country’s advanced research institutions, graduate schools and other famous universities, and invite scholars to conduct "visiting research" in various institutions in the United States.

What is the background of the "Ford Foundation"? Scholar Wang Shaoguang once said: "During the Cold War, the CIA really helped the CIA by big-name foundations such as the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Carnegie Foundation. The CIA often allocates funds. Go to the accounts of these foundations, and then "donate" the money to their designated objects in the name of the foundation.... Of all the sponsorships of these foundations for international activities, nearly half of the funds come from the CIA."

Such foundations in the United States are by no means just sporadically funding a few Chinese economists, but rather inducing and infiltrating all sectors of Chinese economy, politics, and culture.For example, the "Ford Foundation" began to establish close relationships with some high-level scientific research institutions in China in 1988. Its main focus areas are economics, legal reform, education, and culture, as well as governance, public policy, and international relations. . The foundation funds non-governmental organizations, research centers, and think tanks, and implements a series of large-scale programs with a huge annual budget to have an impact on China in the policy field. The foundation also founded the "Graduate Association" in the United States for Chinese students.

In the 20s, the "Ford Foundation" launched the "Ford Talent Training Program" to fund a large number of domestic elites to study and study in famous American universities. At the same time, joint talent training programs have been established in the name of cooperation with the Chinese government and certain universities, and a large number of economic talents have been trained through these programs. These people have now become the backbone of China's economic circle.

On March 2008, 3, the Beijing Office of the American "Ford Foundation" held a grand reception to send off Hua Ande, the chief representative who has been working in China for 20 years and is about to leave China. More than 9 people were invited to the reception, most of whom are from various important departments of the Chinese government, as well as well-known experts and scholars from scientific research, teaching and policy consulting departments. It should be pointed out that these people who attended the reception have received various forms of funding from the "Ford Foundation" without exception. One participant once lamented: "The number of participants, the level of level, and the scope of subjects are so wide, which left a deep impression on people." Through this phenomenon, it is deeply worrying.Since its activities in China in 1988, the "Ford Foundation" spent about 20 million U.S. dollars in 4 years to gain such an influence in China's academic circles and intellectual elites, and its potential influence is even more immeasurable.

Financial crocodile Soros also lost no time in "supporting" China's reform and opening up.In 1986, he established a "Reform and Opening-up Foundation" with an annual investment of no less than 100 million US dollars to fund research activities on China's reform and opening up. From October 1986 to May 10, in more than two years, Soros sponsored more than 1989 projects in China, with a total sponsorship of about 5 million US dollars. The funds are mainly used to send people to the United States, receive Americans to China, import American and Western social science books, establish discussion salons, and fund cultural industries. In 300, Soros' "Open Society Institute" provided an organization called "International Equity Bridge" with a grant of 250 US dollars to support its training in criminal defense in China. The "Open Society Foundation" also cooperated with the "Ford Foundation" to jointly fund the "China Development Bulletin" which analyzes and reports on the dynamics and development of Chinese and foreign NGOs.

These research activities have given the United States the opportunity to grasp first-hand information on China's reform and development, and provided it with conditions for finding shortcomings and strategic breakthroughs in China's society and system.

More than 100 years ago, James, the president of the University of Illinois, reminded the then President Theodore Roosevelt: "Which country can successfully educate this generation of Chinese youth will reap the greatest return in both spiritual and commercial aspects. If the United States can successfully attract and grow the trend of studying in China 35 years ago, then we will be able to control China's development in the most satisfactory and ingenious way at this time, that is, the way that knowledge and spirit dominate Chinese leaders."He believes that the cost and price paid to win the Chinese youth are completely worthwhile even from the perspective of material benefits. Compared with the military banner, morality and spirit will dominate business more powerfully.

Former U.S. President Clinton also declared: "The United States does not use force, but through information, international exchanges and similar soft means to destroy China's communist system. Anyone who disagrees with this in China cannot stop it."

It can be seen that, unlike the swords and swords on the military battlefield, the battles on the economic and ideological battlefields are silent, but more deadly.

(Original title "How did the "Fifth Column" in the U.S. Instigate the "Color Revolution"?")

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