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Media mogul Sondhi Limthongkul of ASTV, a popular news and media outlet in Thailand, gave a 2-hour talk on Friday night (in Thai) regarding the corporate-funded ((Council on Foreign Relations)) (CFR), the ((National Endowment for Democracy)) (NED), ((USAID)), ((Human Rights Watch ))(HRW), and ((Amnesty International)) amongst others, and their role in destabilizing nation states around the world and in particular their unfolding plot in Thailand itself. The real global wakeup seems to have started, and as solartime itself it starts in Asia.

It is Tony Cartalucci at the blog Land Destroyer Report that tells the story, a story that may turn out to be more important than most stories you will find. With few exceptions mainstream medias have still not fully realized what has been going on for so long, the people of this world still trust the system to fully work for them. The silence of major mainstream medias is most likely because the editors of the really big medias in the west regularly are meeting, without reporting the top global dignitaries of politics and corporations. Not surprisingly the top western mediaworld is also mainly owned by them. The result is that most humans on this planet has been held in the dark regarding the realities of global governance.

Sell and steal
Internet has partly changed this, and seems to change is totally too. For years now we have had a wake up among the common people in the west, through blogs, social media, YouTube etc..
The Occupy movement would probably never have happened without the Internet. 

What  Sondhi Limthongkul in reality is saying is that these global organisations have been used in a big game, where they seemingly have promoted human right. But in reality they have opend new markets and indirectly helped stealing what ever rawmaterials etc. they can steal from the countries they work in. We have to use our heads when we read his message. I’m not too sure that organisations like Amnesty and HRW should be counted in like that. But the man has anyway some very good points, and Thailand is no exception when it comes to western interference. That this radical message comes from someone on his level, and in prime time, is as close as I thought I would ever come to see a real elitist revolution.

Read the article here.