"Arab Spring"

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Event.png "Popular uprising"
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Date December 2010 - June 2012
Description A neologism coined by western Establishments to describe a series of allegedly 'popular uprisings' that occurred throughout the Arab world from December 2010 through to around mid-2012 and which were planned triggered and orchestrated by western Deep State interests using well developed 'Colour revolution' methodologies.

 

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