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If you want to understand how they do it, study what they did in Ukraine. All the same characters and the same textbook.
Ukraine’s 2014 Euromaidan movement was enabled by the power of the internet. As US Defense Department details, the internet allowed the revolutionaries to mobilise through motivational material; document government crimes; share tactical information and training videos on
everything from how to make Molotov cocktails [..] broadcast ... the revolution live via video streams; organise self-defence units, hospitals, transport, legal advice and funding.
“The site can make any Twitter user an instant activist. The tweets weren’t just inspired by Chalupa’s website. She wrote them with her friend. Twitter users merely take her pre-written tweets, plug them into their browser, and hit send. Suddenly, you’re part of an online army..
“The movement began to take off when Chalupa invited her friends to join a "Twitter storm." By flooding Twitter with tweets containing the hashtag, she hoped to make #DigitalMaidan trend around the world, placing her message in the browser of nearly all of Twitter’s 200 mm users
...Here’s what a manufactured Twitter storm looks like. Welcome to activism in the digital era.” foreignpolicy.com/2014/01/31/fro…
“A Democratic consultant and Ukrainian-American activist named Alexandra Chalupa, told the Clinton campaign about Manafort’s work for Yanukovich. “I flagged for the DNC the significance of his hire,” Chalupa told CNN.” tabletmag.com/jewish-news-an… @LeeSmithDC
“Chalupa told Politico in January 2017 that beginning in 2015, she pulled on a network of sources she'd established in Kiev and Washington to try and turn up dirt on Trump, once his star began to rise in the Republican primary campaign.
"I felt there was a Russia connection"
“Winer has known Steele since 2009. Nuland has known Steele since 2014 – during the Ukraine crisis. Nuland is famous for conversation with the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine in Feb’14 where they discuss replacing Ukrainian President Yanukovych with opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk
“On or before Feb 4 2014 – Call between Pyatt and Nuland.

Feb 22, 2014 – Yanukovych was removed as President of Ukraine.

Febr 27 2014 – Yatsenyuk was installed as Prime Minister of Ukraine. Yatsenyuk would resign in April 2016 amidst corruption accusations.” @themarketswork
“Apr 18 2014 – Hunter Biden was appointed to the Board of Directors for Burisma – one of the largest natural gas companies in Ukraine.
Apr 22 2014 – VP Biden travels to Ukraine and offers support and $50 million in aid for Yatsenyuk’s shaky new government” themarketswork.com/2018/03/09/vic…
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