First, we all know their are "normal" reasons why people start revolutions as seen in the Middle East. However when the USA government and shadow government along with a search engine corporation are engaging in forging and guiding a revolution in their own admissions, something is amiss. Here is some evidence of the matter. Lets see if the MSM will tell the masses about this "conspiracy".
First we can look at this CFR Contingency Memohttp://i.cfr.org/content/publications/attachments/CPA_contingencymemo_4.pdf
for more information view this thread http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=200442.0
The main thing is that Google CEO Eric Schmidt is a corporate member and speaker at the Council on Foreign Relations
We can find this proof herehttp://www.cfr.org/experts/world/eric-schmidt/b13037
Chairman, Google Inc
CEO Speaker Series: The Digital Disruption (Video)
Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen debate the global reach of technology and the implications on countries such as China and Iran.
Eric Schmidt, Chairman and CEO of Google, and Jared Cohen, Adjunct Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Director of Google Ideas at Google, highlight the potential of the technological development to revolutionize relations between countries and to empower citizens of oppressive regimes
Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen comment, "The technology that has allowed millions to share photos and information is fast becoming the latest tool in political activism."
please watch the video on the above page titled:Schmidt: Google Does Not Threaten Governments
see it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfz74TVl0ts
here is an New York Times article Google CEO Schmidt wrotehttp://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/26/opinion/26iht-edschmidt.html?_r=3
The Digital Disruption
Syrian activists have used connection technologies to encourage protest before. Last June, mobile phone users used blogs and social networking sites to coordinate a boycott of Syrian telecom providers over high prices.
The technology that has allowed millions to share photos and information is fast becoming the latest tool in political activism.
But the fact is that connection technologies will make the 21st century all about surprises. Indeed, new technologies and the desire for greater freedom are already changing politics in the most unlikely places. In 2008, Oscar Morales, an unemployed Colombian engineer, used popular social networking, video and Internet-based telephone services to orchestrate a massive demonstration against the FARC, Columbia’s Marxist insurgency.
In Iran last year, a small number of citizens used proxy and circumvention technologies to get information out of the country and onto YouTube, Twitter and other platforms. Although they only had a small role in organizing the protests in Iran, these tools were instrumental in seizing the world’s attention.
and here is the main policy paper written by Google CEO Eric Schmidt
. This is the
Foreign Affairs Magazine from the Council On Foreign Relations - November/December 2010http://www.wiu.edu/cbt/eds/TheDigitalDisruption.pdf
The Digital Disruption
Connectivity and the Diffusion of Power
Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen
ERIC SCHMIDT is Chair and CEO of Google. He is a Member of the President's Council of Advisers on
Science and Technology and Chair of the New America Foundation. JARED COHEN is Director of Google
Ideas. He is an Adjunct Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and the author of Children of Jihad and
One Hundred Days of Silence: America and the Rwanda Genocide.
Governments will be caught off-guard when large numbers of their citizens, armed with virtually nothing but cell phones, take part in mini-rebellions
that challenge their authority
THE REVOLUTION WILL BE PODCAST
States in the developing world -- grouped here as "partially connected" nations -- face a different set of
opportunities and challenges in incorporating connection technologies. The stakes are especially high for those
with weak or failed central governments, underdeveloped economies, populations that are disproportionately
young and unemployed, and cultures that lend themselves to opposition and dissent, and also for those
contending with outside pressures from large and engaged diasporas living in technologically advanced nations.
The sudden influx of connection technologies into these societies will threaten the status quo, leaving fragile
governments in potentially unstable positions.
For both companies and the nonprofit sector, the interconnected estate provides a place where they can join
together in new alliances to multiply their impact. One example is the Global Network Initiative, an organization
that brings together information technology companies, human rights groups, socially responsible investors,
and academics in an effort to promote free expression online and protect privacy. (Google is one of the founding
corporate members.) GNI has issued specific guidelines for companies and other groups forced to confront
governments that censor content or ask for information about users. Under this arrangement, companies agree to
let outside assessors determine their compliance with the guidelines and all members agree to promote common
Democratic states that have built coalitions of their militaries have the capacity to do the same with their
connection technologies. This is not to suggest that connection technologies are going to transform the world
alone. But they offer a new way to exercise the duty to protect citizens around the world who are abused by their
governments or barred from voicing their opinions
And on Egypt and Google in overthrow on 60 minutes see thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6ov0EbdxZc