American instructors explained how Social networks and Internet technologies can be used for targeted manipulation of public opinion as well as to activate protest potential, to provoke violent unrest, radicalisation of the population, and triggering of infighting. ~ Oleg Tsarov
In the year leading up to the Ukrainian coup in 2014, the U.S. used ‘TechCamp’ as a powerful tool to magnify divisions and unrest within Ukrainian society until it exploded into the flames of civil war. What began with with Molotov cocktails and burning people alive, now continues with endless bombing of civilians, their homes, and infrastructure in the east.
The coup and civil war was a U.S. State Department $5 billion investment plan coordinated within the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, with the help of ‘TechCamp,’ a strategy to reach people using social media.
At left is State Department’s coup plotter, Victoria (F*ck the EU) Nuland in Kiev with Geoffrey Pyatt, handing out cookies to protestors in the streets.
Oleg Tsarov (in the video below) found out about the plan and, on 20 November 2013, warned the Ukrainian Government and urged them to investigate. Those who knew of the plan chanted loudly to drown out his earnest warning.
See transcript of video below.
Deputy Oleg Tsarov has the word…
Honourable Colleagues, Honourable Vladimir Vasiljevitch, in my role as a representative of the Ukrainian people, activists of the public organisation “Volya” turned to me providing clear evidence that within our territory, with support and direct participation of the US Embassy in Kiev the “TechCamp” project is realised, under which preparations are being made for a civil war in Ukraine.
The “TechCamp” project prepares specialists for:
- information warfare and the discrediting of state institutions using modern media
- potential revolutionaries for organising protests
- and the toppling of the State Order.
The project is currently overseen and under the responsibility of the US ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey R. Pyatt.
After the conversation with the organisation “Volya” I have learned that they succeeded to access facilities in the project “TechCamp” [by] disguising as a team of IT specialists.
To their surprise, briefings on peculiarities of modern media were held. American instructors explained how social networks and Internet technologies can be used for targeted manipulation of public opinion as well as to activate protest potential, to provoke violent unrest on the territory of Ukraine, radicalisation of the population, and triggering of infighting.
American instructors show examples of successful use of social networks used to organise protests in Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya.
‘TechCamp’ representatives currently hold conferences throughout Ukraine. A total of five events have been held so far.
About 300 people were trained as operatives, which are now active throughout Ukraine.
The last conference ‘TechCamp’ took place on 14 and 15 November 2013 in the Heart of Kiev on the territory of the US Embassy!
You tell me, which country in the world would allow a NGO to operate out of the US Embassy?
This is disrespectful to the Ukrainian government, and against the Ukrainian people!
I appeal to the Constitutional Authorities of Ukraine with the following question: Is it conceivable that representatives of the US Embassy, which organise the ‘TechCamp’ Conferences, misuse their diplomatic mission?
– Let him speak… Carry On…
UN Resolution of 21 December 1965 regulates: “inadmissibility of interference in the internal affairs of a state to protect its independence and its sovereignty in accordance with paragraphs one, two and five.”
I ask you to consider this as an official beseech, to pursue an investigation of this case. Thank you.
Source: The Vineyard of the Saker