An internal OPCW email reveals that the organisation doctored its own report on the 2018 chemical attack in Douma, Syria by misrepresenting or omitting key facts. This was done in order to bring the report’s conclusions in line with Western claims that the attack had been perpetrated by the Syrian government.
Any government that attempts to nationalise its country’s resources, instead of selling them off, is struck by Western-sponsored colored revolutions.
Conspiracy theory. No evidence is given.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative that depicts colour revolutions as attempts by the West to overthrow unwelcome regimes in post-Soviet states and in other regions, and as Western-sponsored efforts to subvert governments seeking to regain national sovereignty and control over national resources.
According to this narrative, which has been recently applied also to explain protests in Venezuela, and in Bolivia any civil uprising is not spontaneous, but is supported, if not outright organised by the West, which is portrayed as an aggressive actor constantly preparing new coups.
This message is also consistent with the narrative of lost sovereignty, which denies the existence of genuine grass-roots protests, portraying the latter as foreign-led efforts and fake colour revolutions.
Read here a case claiming that colour revolutions have been promoted by democracy-obsessed neo-liberal Western elites who aim to export by any means the model of society they prefer, including through war.